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The Stanford interior journal: July 28, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911072801_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 28, 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. "5TS" TW"?" I V&W. rriw"i " i-- f ' VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 59 The StANFORb Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, li(II)A, Jl YL 28th 1911 tflEVERY TUE8DAY AND FRIDAY. FIRST DAY'S AWARDS credit im note with ggond security, bearing 0 per cent, Interest from dnto of snle A. T. NUNNELLEY, PROMINENT AT LANCASTER FAIR SPLENDID STOCK ON EXHIOITION AND FINE WEATHER GRINGS DIG CROWDS Administrator f.SI the meeting. Services each swelling nnd 10 ,'10 o'clock each mornat 7 ing, except Monday. All nro cordial y CITIZEN NO MORE invited to all services. ELL1SBURG 15,000 POUNDS MORE ICE DAILY TO BE CAPACITY ' WORK STARTS ON NEW DEPOT SOON i WANT BRO. BARNES' BODY BURIED HERE i MRS. KIRBY BOURNE THROWN FROM BUGGY AWAY IN JAMES ELLIS PASSES CASEY COUNTY LATE NEWS FROM THE WEST END AND Film Caught Fire SCARED PATRONS OF MOV. ING PICTURE SHOW. OF LOCAL ICE L. &. N CONSTRUCTION CREW EX-PLANT WHEN IMPROVE. l'ECTED HERE ABOUT AUG. MENTS ARE MADE. EXTRA OPERATOR ON. 1 1 I STANFORD FRIENDS OF LATE KVANGELIST NOT SATISFIED WITH DANVILLE PRO. POSITION. A :'- - t I in - v number of the close friends nnd oT the Joto lUy, George. O. ttarnes, rami lai-lUnnvvn nH 'l'.rotli cr IJnrnes" to his hioet ot Jrlendn, oven''" hnve Ircely expressed themselves to ln" "1 tho Interior Journal In regard to the proposition suggested by a Dativll'. friend, that n sum be raised nmong them to dejray tho cost of removing his rcmalng and thoao of hlg wife from rlr tlielr burial plnco on Sanlbcl Islanu to the rmnvtlto cemetery. Practicany all ure of the opinion that If tho remains are brought back to Kentucky they should repose In the cemetery at Stanlord, for his friends here, point out that necr In the history of his minister) did any city tflvc tlm n WMnnpr reception or more attentive ear to ins "new gospel man Stanford and no where did he have more devoted friends or truer followers. 'They are satisfied If his vlslie8 could bo consulted, that it wluld be In th Stanford burying ground, ty. would desire his ashes to rest and not at Danville. For thi8 reason, it Is said to be hardly probable that the local friends of "Uro." Barnes will contribute or take part In tho movement to move his body and that ot his wire to Danville, but would gladly undertake to flnanc0 n movement among his friends to bring the remains here. It Is probable that yir Stanford',, position toward the noted divine way bo suggested to trig Danjmt ville friends who are desirous of seeing his body brought home to JCen The Kiftj, Sunday meeting of tho KING'S MOUNTAIN tucky, and the matter be laid before South Kentucky Association will be Rev. Livingston filled hlayegular them cf having tho body brought here. held with the drove I'.aptlst church next Sunday seven) of the Baptists appointment nt tlio Christian church Sunday. "' lfi Reporl of Condition of hero will attend. f 1, Horse Falls in Well 5 Horn, to the wire of JaniC3 Wall A light shower of rain here yeste (!. it. (Irlines Is up Irom tlradfords-- i STATE BANK AND TRUST CO, day, .Monday revived vegetation gTeat a son. CU. Luther Combe continues very III. PINE ANIMAL KILLED BY PECU- - ly and crop prospects villo lor n lew dnys Doing business in the town of Stan are enconrag Mr. Albert lewls and wlfo of Frank ford .Countv or Mlas Ctzaheth lloylo is horn.: fiom LIAR ACCIDENT Ing. Lincoln State of KenLexington for a lew day. I i"n' " aro w,ln inenus and re at ves tucky, at the close ot business on the Revival services will beln at the'. Smuggler, the fin0 roadster horso day of July 191 1. mil liowe, of Uurnside, is! Miss IlnlUi-iui (i lun uiijb. lot (leorge W Gentry, one ot the best ..Methodist church here on the lilst' Rev. Adams aud wire of Lexington, lulling .Mrs. KM Powell. RESOURCES: "'",8 ... ... .... ...., known colored men nf Stanford, leli oiersci. winIt. assist ore with his lather for a while. . 11 ... Ihp ll.lfttnr IJov- .. Loans and Discounts . h....- Hazel Slarner nnd .. "" Iff.nnrjl heie lust week vlfltlug Dr. Uohon u neauniet in a wen at the home or his little sister of U. S. and Other Uonds. ..,.503,084 01 ao. RESOURCES. continue some Lima, O., are with J.aura Johnson lor mi llnsiinnlll,. sireei, .vmnuay services, which will ,","-ri?ue tiom Ranks 4,951 OS ir.2,320 r, clash mate of half a centi.r:' ago, and 1st Mat Cohen, Lexington 3d Iter Lonns and Discount,, . altemoo.i and bmke liotli shoulder lwowec'c8 or ",or- a few days. Actual Cash on Hand .. MT ". and Other llonds. Icllow.graduuo In medlcin.. 8,237 44 i.ir.i l l,i v NlrliolnKille. J,,M hllz;' Klit0b' of Somerset. Is Checks, Cash lteui8 and 2R0 t)0 o bodlv Stocks and Securities . n... ( i J....- ,i. to ! MVIUIIUII III irt i.. lK)iic.Th.. animal was put il Iniur. visiing relatives here. .Mrs. ilattie W. D. Johnson was calledsister-in-la- Somer Maro or gelding S years nnd under Due I runt lianas Kxcrange for Clearing 1537 00 1,)0Y i;t e" ,,lnl u wah s,'ot to out of lis set last week to see ills JXO uverurarts Actual Cash on Ilnml . .. 4.CTT 47 prove enthusiasm the now imtriarchlnl graznc hi the fctou' o1 Sedalla. Mo., will arrive this wllo ,3 very , tuiuiry. It hid been c.a r. m,,i SiSecured ..?1,'J.12 02 . OMirdralts 1st S l Iturke. nryniitsvllle. Si. I .. I t. H " nal- - Crm er la'i "" '"' "" nvtnvt.ln.i yard nnd happened to men upon the tl Cynis Johnson and wile and Wal- - Unsecured, ..2,037 38 91.111 21 more ciiimn.ant with loiihi'ieino nned M HuKhes, Dainille. t iiM'i'uriii .. ?i;u ie The funeral of llro. lt.'ik w.is liehi boards covet Iiik the well They luid 'aineranu moinor. iir..nnd .Mrs. J. A. I;lco HeynoliU spent Saurday and Sun- - Current Expenses nnd taxes 3,536 llov rider under IS )iwirj of ago J16. Paid If. Lin ::c at theMtaptl cluucli hero Wednesda) ' rotlC(1 v,il!V "Bo niiu Rin way beneath tslesday with friends nnd relatives. 1st Morgan S ltaujiliiimii. Sinuford, Cuneiit Expenses and 3,989 40 Tlvose who know L. L. Drlstow ,,u wo,sht r the eiulne, which weJg-- ' e Furniture The body or Will Dishon of Tuesday evening .Tr. cm and t'lipald TaXfH 10.. S0 '.d Aicli lliown, Utncisier. republican candldnte lor llouten ledgevllle, was brought down on the ' tishtly in the apeiture, and would Fixtures ..4,000 00 Itisil Kstate . .J.tnn i) Itllfe dellghttjilly cntortalned u lew Harness Clatt. governor, say II the republicans noon train Sunday aud laid to ant 4,000 00 I'urniture and reU In friends In Minor (if her daughter. Miss undoubtedly I av0 soon btrang ed to I haeton Miny V linnds and niftier . l.i'JiO 00 I'lMuriM had been looking lor a man of Mnal I leasaut Point cemetery A large The following vvoie ninong u,!'tl1 ll!ul ,,ot ll o1'" llllc'1- - Smug-thos- e 578,(595 11 ago 1H. 2.1(1 "0 lliwble. Mtir(, jr geldlnz an) 4, Total.. present. MIbb .Margnret McCor-- ! &'" wai ver' "'R1"'' l'l'lzetl by hl calibre, they could not have succeeded j crowd attended the funeral, 1st T. I' Mkln, lnraM'r; Sd It. T. better. He Is represented . Mr. und .Mrs. G. owner and iii hlg Hunger days-- he Gooch, Verna 74 Total J77.78I ark nml siiventer Nnwton. mihh Kit. LIABILITIES: I.i nee, Stanford and Jennie Dishon or ilcKinncv nt- - Capital Cash paid In. r "r "Ke-- bad been some- - 'tulle a short hone. and J. W Itoute, Miss AnnLj,"8 tie Stulllon t iear mid under 2 Jl' v'r. and Mrs. S. J lloll and children tended the funeral. In Cash LIABILITIES: $23,000 00Dunn and Julian McKlnney. Miss lsn'tnl"S ot a btepper. d. Uughs. 1st r t Ii kin. 2d 'apllal Slock paid- - in. of Stanford, passed through h.rj on1 ilr. John Howe was here on bus! Undivided Profits 2,005 'M Floyd and Carlisle .Meyers, illss Allie1 In Cash IIG.GPO Pony Clatt Other than Shetland Deposits on which Interest Is j Friday en route lo Dunnville to slrriess last week, CRAB ORCHARD Stiigg nnd Jack .Newberu, .Miss llllza-- ' Mirplus . . 00 Paid .. ..$3,300 00 Marc or gHdlng anv age. Ilest Horn, to the wife of Sebastin Chevl relatives. .Misses Mnr.v lliyant. Kttn belli SteveiiKin and Itoger Hicks, illFh! Deposits on which Interest Is turnout ilrheu by bo) or gir . I'ndlvidcd pnAnother on. ol our bovs have louml Wutkiiis and Kutlicr Wilson M 1.1 a fine boy. fits and the o.et Not Paid J 17,421 tiS Alma Larker and George llnrnet. Ml,1,,,,, a he,lllllu.. , Valilrle and oti) under H hands u.ist ir lr chnro A largo crowd went to High Ilrldge Caro.s and Taliaage C'onip rviuie G0.721 158 aim Alger vveuuie, .viihs with his bildo is wih hlg mother nnd .Mes3is per cent; pony U(i por Deposit on which Internet decorations Sundnv, Everytiody reports a good Due to Uankg ton, Luther Russell, illlam Tapscotl 368 07 lUauclic Ilaructte and John Hicks, liiinly for I0 0 Is ilil i cut a few weeks' visit after llorbeii l)unou und Clarence iiooiv time. MlhS Sal. i l.'ads and lieu i'rowltt. Mlts vvIik.1i lit W. I ItmtMiiA. i!mv4hI': Sd Depioits nu which interest Is tliey will return to their home Total.. S7S.G95 It (',lns "orton lias returned to Clncin not paid . rr.,.1!i0 .'.! took in tie excursion to High llrldgo '"k1 McCnre and James Hall, .Miss !li Mobile Ming.ui S. IVim.li.nnt. dltttiterd; 3d State of Kentucky county of Lincoln C'Mluo .'.'i Sunday. A. P. Young and Dink Wit PiUl "Uer " hluirt v,sit w,,n n'8 mot Set: l'eav)l'oube aud Ldiiioiids ilc- .IiTI'M Tl"a," W. S. Cariiei, Laucuhlcr. Total It Is whispered around tint another 1, J. W, Hutcheson Cashier or vvere here from Liberty ono'' tho Clure. Miss Sallle Hack and Harrv cue of our loniifM boya who now lives .fc'hetlnnd, under 4" Inel es to be ridco'untv nt Lincoln v..-.' " ur"Sh "an" uo'8 ,la(1 a nlCQ above named bank, do solemnly swear day lakt week. They were heie to look State of Kentuckv w..h...i., v... .,...t Dunn mi.. den by boy around thu ring three Ccl: ' .',..'.. ',... , .'.;,.' " Louisville, wl.l noon -- ouiu to Lin- - .. ,.. . supper ,. ..., .... everybed) was well pleas- - mui me unoro giaiemcni is true to lh ....... ....I1CI ... no nmi'i'io.l in .. rinn ." the best ol my know edg and be ..vn.iiiaii kimup ed with and entertnlumenL timeI 'Ulb I.Ullie IHIft. llllll ..lit - r,.,-l';utet poiij nn) age J10. Stan ev ilc ntns h cash er ot tho which will be sold on Aiigutt 12. lief. . . . J. W. HUTCIIKSON .. Ut Ovvtii lli'iidrvu, Kirksxllle, 2d above named bank, do Holiiunl) swear! rlon Llpps. .Mgh Hester Whitman ami J. C. Kobinson, of Junction City ilr. Cashier. The republicun btate convention Manha Wird Sweimev. l.incaMei; 3d'nt the nbove statement Is .true t o the, Allen Kvans. Miss Ada Prevvtu and Crooket. .,,. i endorsed llradley ah running mate lor who haa been heio for a will o on bySubscribed and sworn to befor nin i'ri 01 niy Hiiuwieuiio miu ueniu. Krnrsl' Konl Jnnies b!eenson' w''wlth V. Klklu. Ininstoi. luu J. W. Hutcheson tbla 24th day of i her daughter Mis. Geo. 11. Lyne Talt. Why not nominate him tor the business, lias gone to Winchester. STA.NLKY MclNTOSH Casirri July 1911 Harness C!aJt. Subscribed nnd hwoin to betore me wood Francis Woatherford. lett Wednesday to her home In Fall ilr. C. Gordon and wife A. L. Fos.My commission expires February 12 presidency with C.Vcb Powers .is his It. S Kubank. of Yexlngon, was In , Mniu or gelding 2 )earb und under. Stanley Mcintosh this U4 da of Jul) Q( c In,tan'a afler Un running mate? A llbertlno at the ter and wire nnd Ilertha Gooch and 1912 W. A. Carson, Notary Public. (be cllv I'liursday. Pal I. 3 r:o. W. L. McCarty. O. u Penny, M. it Mary McCoy spent Sunday at John ant vislL My rommlsylon expires 1U14, G. It. .Mrs. Mniv ilcAtee, of Italtiiuore, is head and a man thrice convicted ot Phillips. 1st Sferllng Curtis, Lincoln county. fsw.t.i.. Mldu Directors. l.v l I. Inin,l..(i 11 I tT VV'llllnniktiiirrr lu ..n sou's Hotel. murder at the tall would make quite rucllvi guest or relatives huie. guest I'd 1. C. Klklu, It. Y. Ilallaid. I. (i. Gooch, It. Curtis bc .Mr. Harry titarner of Lima. O., It of her cousins .Mrs. John ilc- - an acceptable '"',h Lucille and Llnel e KuLauk, ot ticket to the average Directors Rockaway Ola. Clure and Mlsg Sauinntlui Jones. here buyiug berries nnd shipping SPECIAL EXCURSION Danville, are guesla of .Mr, and. Mrs. member or that party. Mare or gelding & ymrs or over VIZ. TO NIAGARA FALLS ilrs. Stopher, or Louisville and .Mrs. This county la getting to be quite them up north as '.hey are very plen- Harry Duvall and Ma vaudeville and J. A. Hammond 1st Kdgar IVity, lllchniond; I'd .Mrs. dellglitful stay tilul here imiblc.it comedy company will show George I J. Weatlierford was In town l.'niiini Carson utter a famous for medical waters. Resides lAwnder Danville. with illss ilollle llrooks and mother, In Stanford a I or next week lu their Saturday tor n tew Itwirs, Personally conducted excursion to but Kllzlr and Golden Dawn Spiings, John I Saddle CUt. Statement of Condition or i.ive returned lioiue. j Niagara Falls, Lake Chautauqua, Toown tent on tho Hill pastuiu buck ot to Kllxir Springs. Ho isn't Stallion 4 years or over JtO, Danville,' Wells, who live, on Kgypt creek, four ronto, Thousand Is nnds and Montreal illss Kiln Thompson ot Daughcrty's blacksmith simp on Multr icady to leave Just yet. llo feels much LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL Jiilles south or here, has found n 1st Mrs. Lowndes, Danville; I'd John Tuesday, August 1st via Queen & street. Tho prices of ndmljslon nrai better and will remain nnotlur weok paid Mrs. F. F. Cummins a short vlhlt spring on his rami that he thinks fa HANK. Crescent Route In connection with ftmiley, Lexington. Sunday nnd returning Dome lllg Four Route. ill' and I'D tents, nnd n high enss show Miss Nell Wright, or Liberty, wats coming superior to 'tho others in Its medical High Acting Harnett Cat. Lake Trips Regular tickets rendIs assured. A new program l present tlio attractive guest of tho Mlssee Monday. Ollle .May Cummins went Stanlord, Ky. (Must bu cobbed or docked.) ing vin lllf Four to Cleveland aud L. lier ror a visit. honiu with led oach night and the performance Is McCorniack last week. On Ju'y ISth 1911. Mnr,. or celdlne ,m.' no xr.O 5. ft it. S. Ry between Cleveland and clean und illss Muttle Llpps Is (ho guost of Misses Gregory and Mrs. Cooper j Uuflnlo In either direction will bo irnrro.Ii,nrP 1st Hud James. - - . . .........(., ,. ald to be entertaining, . DUNCAN. urn the guests i.r ilr.. J. C. llallcv KKSOUltCKS: just the thing for u summer evening's Mrs, W. D. Nnv0 for n fow da)s h for paisage on tho Cleveland ilat Cohen, Lexington, U11IH nnd family. . ..$28(i,148 00 6. Itiiflalo Tranrlt Co. a steamers or amusement. fore leaving for Oklahoma to ncccp ... .1 (!rnur nroti'irnllnn.. ui- - l.nl n maue Overdralts Roadttr Clat. " '."" ' uriii; in,.l " " ... til.. Hl!lln -.- li.ilt,l !,,. 12,51 4S Northern S. S. So between Cleveland position as teacher In tho university ,nt i nc urove ror the rirth Sundav " Pair, iuiv ago regardless of sex or Ituffnlo. Niagara Fa la excur- II. S. Bond & Prem day school class to her homo on 100,000 00 nnd PREACHERSVILLE there. blon tickets, however, nre limited to color $50. (.rover Smith of Klngsvllle spent Lincoln Couuty llond8 .... 27,500 00 special evening. The,, enjoyed the nesday .Mr. and ilrs. Will ilurphy und famtrain golnjj and therefore will 1st J. Coleman, Harrodsburg; 2d tost Danklug lkxise illss Itebaccn Wllliums and .Mrs ily uro tho guests of ilr, nnd ilrs. evening In pleasant Parent ' und a de - fe,t'ra' ,uas, ' 5,200 00 not no available vta C. a ii, uteam. Mrs. J. C, Smith. ....,..,..? John Smlluy, Lexington. Mil m,., Alll',(. ' John Henderson, ot Knoxvtlle, and crg or Northern 8. 8 Co. on going 20,la3 20 ,,1'llfc iUIDD I,ILII,I .'ll,ltJ tiom. to tho wife of Daniel Siuu Due From Hunks Paint Lick, respectively, aro guests of C. W. Adams on .Main street. IJ. S. Treas & Cash ....... 1S.J34 98 trip, but on return ttlp cxcursleiilstj , A number ot our young in! Us were 1'ovv to keep lior class and iiiuy she yesterday n fine girl. their parents, Mr and Mrs, John ADMINISTRATOR'S SALEI nr0 In position to use C & II. steam-or,Williams, illss. Adu Roberts, i, nt Klixlr Springs Sunday, rn:lie every effort iosslblo to win Mr. John Hates nnd llessle Tubb- or Northern S. S. Co. Iluffalo to seott drove up to .Mr. J. C. Smith's As uduilnlstntor o: Thomas Furrll, Walton, Ky, was tho guest of hfr Total I480.1W 20 Cleveland. Tickets are limited to rellov. Surrell and wir0 have returned their souls lor Christ. itonda). and bought 36 jsultvw or deceased, 1 will nu Tuesday, AuguU brother. Ilov Roberts of tho il. turn to 12 days from date of sale. Ask visited blackberries. LIADILITIKS: place. Miss. Lllllu from Louisville, where tU-1&, 1U1I, nt his Into resilience about church nt this H. C tlket agont for partlcnwra. There Is a new uaw mill In operawing tilends nnd rtlatlves. llallard, if tho Canaan section, Capital Exactly 2:30 A. M. oin Stanford,, on the (wo miles $100,000 00 King, P.&T..V, Lexington, Ky. AV A, tion about n mlln from Duncan belong . guests of her com In, Mrs. Margaret Wright, ol Hnrrodr-liuipike, sell nt nubile outcry his thn nttractlvo 0 P. A.. Cincinnati, O. Arthur "Why It It, fairest Evan- Ing to Hammond and Nell. Surplus & fronts . . . 101,031 7J lteckl-irpersonal property, consisting principal- Mi. Jc&sle llallftid. Miss Nell ,'i Is. visiting friends and relatives geline, that when I am with you the Mrs. I. It. Cooper lg on the kick llt.t Circulation 100,000 oo Creek, lH visiting i rs. 1 of Cedar buggy mare, gl t Jn your bU8legt season wnen ly ono one bandt on that clock seem to take this week.. lu thlb city. ' Dcpcults lU3,S2l (i3 tlol. have tho least lime to itmre you pair of lined mules, I uged horse, 1 W ' C.itnmlns. Stern Voice (at the Mrs. liura Leo will teach school A protracted meeting will be hod wings and dyl" 1 Polnnd MIhbi'H Knto nnd I'llzabelh O d. in, Hills Payable 15.000 00 ure most like)., to take diarrhoea nnd Jersey cow, soon bo froah, wish-inut Locust Grove this summer. . U)iif Jersey lieUer, '1 shoats, ( MubVogce, Ok a., nrn visiting th lr nt tho Presbyterian church htro be- beauto ofbe the ttalrt) "Withoutman, I' several ilay't work tinlesn you China sow, Crops nre liK..ilng fine In this secImpertinent, young furniture, cousin, Mo, W, C Cummins. Colic, Cholera and ginning Sunday Rev Charles W aud kitchen household tion. 4bO,45 3b I huvo Chamber ln' Total simply want to obterve that them nnd Miss 1. da SommervUle, Mrs J. M. Cre ncres of about (arming utenslla Diarrhoea Remedy at hnnd und like ot th0 SoutLiwektern handi hain't got outhtn on the ones There wns a box supper at New corn, cia, etc. Cress, her niece of Montlcello are gimvinrf a dose on the first appearance of the Siilem Saurday night. There was a Presbyterian Miuistr), of Clarksville, oa our vis meter " Judge. Texas voted ng'ilnst state-wtdSums of 10 und under cash In hand- visiting Mrr,. Conrad lllatt and Mit For Bale by alt deaders. large crowd on hand and a I had u Teuii., will arrive Monduy to assist In pver that amount, three mourns- .Mauie uaKcr at mt vcrnon htblttou by 0,000 majority. nice time. p s 1 W Ith tile lii(Kt dollghtfiil iHtt'or AND SUSTAINS INJURIES SIMILAR Imaginable, Hid Minimi exhibition ot TO THOSE OF MISS KATE tli( Ijincnstcr Fttlr AHtinclntlon opuii-oi- l NEWLANO TEETH Woduetdny iinilur immt favorable KNOCKED OUT touditlomt. A splendid array or stork 1. (ill llRtld llt the rings (HI ItlO OpeH- Willi- - itrwimrltii to nllKl.t from tlie ingday wore well lllied and In several mKKy r l(,r motlior In fnml of the tlio competition un very Ihnmi. Christian church eillipedny nfternoou Uncoln county sent a Mr dele- - tll )rM)f MrK. Klrby Ihmrne or Natthe flmt two ilnye wtit Can,. ma driving took n step sun-ti- e ion to tln lln.t tlny'ii RttanlH. which wu ll ,enry, throwing lier owl of .Mi, buggy tlu.t lotilil In- had up to tho t'nie lh ,,n, QKNiiibt tlio sUnni of the Ik I J, went to pre,, Thurtday, showed ' cncri-t- ulilewnlH. Mrs. Ronnie's cliln a joodiy number of Lincoln county struck tin- - utone In ii'ry time Ii tho nm way that Mis Knlo NcwiHiid did wiiinur. Itlnr l"i for h name innru or gelding two yours or under was a p ,vv dnya uK when tint hitter's Jaw rplendld one In over) sensi', nml Imilj hone whs broken.' In Mrs llourno's the crowd ol hnraoMtiu unthimliwllr. 'case. lioHuvur, her Jaw bono ilnl not Stirling CurtlM, of Lincoln. look th iractiirc from th(l shock but kevtiral honors In this ring ovur n lino field. 'or lior Jaw tet,, on ceri side xntv On Thursday a ill J Inirnir crowd war. being liad y mashed but saving wug on linnil, and I he weather contra- - lior Juv. A fiinful gash was cut had. jder lier chin, turnover. Mini she wiik line, an Ideal fair (toy The awnnU In nil the ring ttet on 'othcrwln' bruised and Injured from uliiesday, the opening dav, ur, an til,, (nil nnd shock. Mrs. Rourne hud driven up to the follow a Christian church to attend the lecture Flnt Day Mule Clan. by Mia Stott. tht) returned mission, year Horse inulo under nry from .Inpau who spoko to tlm 1st lliwter K-- I'upploM; and anrao. women of the C W. 15 M Wodnosdny 2d Harris A: WikhIs, Stanford. I w hen she fell out of the rig. Prlontls Mure muln under 1 )enr Jlfi. bpeedlly ran t(, her aid, and she was 1st Harris Ai VHdk; !d J. I). I'opp carried urrosn thu street to the home :tustiui'le of Mrs1. (JeorKe I). Wearen, where and under 2 "r'''r,,)H,rInIlH IIin(1(. ilcr !ls omtortable Horse mule 1 ,,,., nllll evyMinn Wf dono 1st Harris & Woods; 2d I.onn Hub-.,,ble. Lincoln count). M bo thought of to caso her , Mare mul 1 )enr and under S 18. paM utef gk waf removc1 , . Ut lAgan Hubble; ad Harris 0f her mothiT, Mrs. Urn Stianku Woods on West Main Street, where shl I yant either sux i'li. Mule under visiting 1st llesoter A. Poiiplea; Sd same. Mar,, nnd mule foal (foal ut tide Itcport of Condition of 1st Harris &. Woods; 3d J. I). Depp. THE WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT Saddle OANK. Mare or gelding 1 year nnd under a n:. Wnynesburg, Kv 1st Wrny and Walker, Stanford; Sd Town of Wa)neHburg. count)' of LinMrs. Klchard Taslcer Lowndes. Dan-lll- coln state of Kentucky at the close ot buslnes,, on the IMIi day of July K'll. .Mnro or goldlng 2 ywrs and under Ilustonvllle, July '.'" it I ,, !,. 1 .lumen Kills, olio of the. bout known A fllm (',,UR,,t Mro ,lmhK n ',erfor-horn- s vf fasey count), died at Mis riMidinit .Saturday ngod M. I""nCo of tl,u mnvliiK picture show at at Klllsburx of a complication l tiouble. Mr,1'10 ,ora l,01,so "Bt '""''"y '"" a 8ma" by Ills wir, and .nH 6,n'1 lor ICII8 Is rUel son llo was a member of the llai-- , threatened to bo pulled olf Miiung the, list church and was burled at Huston- - l'iKtors. A coupl0 of. colore.1 girls vlll,. Sunday afternoon altor sorTK. l'"lPl nimbly over the rtilllnt! Bround tlio i.Hlrony and wore more or less by It. v. Sttrroll. Mr. Kills hnd storo at Klllsburg for n mini-bo- r sbnken up by their decant of some id foet. Mart'litill HI otic, who opcr-nte- s of yenni and lisnes n InrKc num(he iiiacMnc, was bully burned ber of friends who will mourn his on one arm, when ho brawelj stuck death. 'o hla post and fotmht the llniue out, Huitonvllle Notes Harry llockur of Dam I lo Is homo but little other damage was done and thf danger wag nally limlgnlflccnt. for a few days. MIm Kllznbeth I.iiIoh Is guost ot lior sister Mrs It. P. lJryi Broken Arm Miss Uracc lloodc returned Tliur-tlafrom IuiltMlle wlier(. sliu r.;. SUFFERED been for somo time.. BY MRS. BESSIE IN RUNAWAY Messrs Janes llaughmnn and Leer were In town on business .Monday. .Vre. llossle McKinney, hustaini-a Ceo. I.i'llc Cunnliighnm lenvoa In a liiokcn ami, her left, as a lowilt of a lew days on a prospecting trip to j runawa) while alio wus nl Crab jnrd last week th guost or Miss Itead. Misses .loon and Jessie. McKechnle. Slie eunio homo early this week with r cf Hubble, and their visitor Miss arm in a alms and will sulfer nlt, rishbnek ot Paris were lu this from it for sometlini?. Mrs. McKtnney city Monday en rout,, to Morclanil wuR drtWng small pony with Miss tc visit Mrs. II. II. King and family. head, when tins animal beoanip fright-Mr- . and Mrs. .IuIiimiii, MUsos Hiitticneil .it a cow, anil bailed lioth the and Sodle Audurson and Minnie were thrown nut, Miss Read be-- i hln. of Kllxlr Springs motoreil to lug badly scratched and bruised, whll0 this city Tuesday nlternoon Ir. Mr Mrs. .McKtnney was badly shaken up , big touring car. Johnson-.In addition to suffering the fractured Jim Cowden, or Liberty, was lu member. W. L. Dunn stopped the run town Wednesday en route to Clncin- - away and Dr Kdmlstou gave the J u red all the attention possible. P. it. MclClnney. of Abilene. Te-,- j '' lb. y Vur-iKi- a. An-ie- lloii-iladiv- a Stanford Is the only city in this' Information ban been received here, n building Stanford's new' ectlon of the state wnich tins noi,,lnt Worl '" In about a week. The Mirrored more or few from scarcity ' ,lenot l Ice during the Wst rew wook of construction crow of the L. & S. has enKw' ' repair work on tlio hot woather which lim prevailed "tMtlon for some time and the country.- Other small elites have Vew "odulcil to come to Sianford next had their own Ice lactorlos oxhmitUed ' by the demand and have been titrable p1"" " wl" r,,,,, 'l:i. work on the denn hero a" to K1 ll cmnpletoit bofore to obtain cnouga eJuswhorc i ' cry for more Ico Stanford has tall weather sets in. the 'lKU,u J- n- ulc" """ nl9 lan w' at no tlm,. lacked ror a Biifricltut ouan Ule froKht I"Pt uty ol th0 cool "sttiir to nmko lire1,, movo acroB ,lre wllpn tll(? wt,rIt of rnzliiR tho oul In order to keep a plentiful eupply I"",8"n'- "ulldlnR begins, Cotnoldent wUkjilms for a netr sta. nt homo the Water, Light A: Ice Co., ' ttrifi In Qlntirnwl .1... I p. V i -- .i.i mm mut i" has had to somewhat curtail Bhl)-cd another telegraph operator to tho meiits of Ice ordtrs to Mirioundlng lo"a' Ui" ,n tl"- - "cr8,, "f lra t0wns. That It may be able to supply a Lincoln county young man, who ha all demands on the future, plnnr nrc holding down a wire at Lily for now Lelng made to stl I futlier enlargo been Eomt, time and Is said to .bo a very local p an so that the capacity will the competent man.. The L. k N. has put bo enlarged by M,000 pounds ,i day ell of its operators on n regular r production. Tills la uelleved, will enday service In coinplnnce with able the management to not only suptegulations ot the IntersUito Com ply any possible maxlum or local mercu Commission. A rearrangement demand, but ills,, (o take care or n of working hours at tho local depot rapid ) growing rorclgn trade. jhart thus been made, th(. shifts being Like everything else produced In as follows: J S. Klce from S A. il. to Stnnfoid, the ice made here Is Just a r, P. it. Ira iloscr from T P. if. tot A. little bit better than that mnnufactur M Logan McCall Irom lu A. il. to 7 eil at other points, and the people who P. il., und J. O. Reynolds from 4 A. are not fortunate enouglf to live In il. to 1 P. M. .Stanford have tound this out nnd want This makes Tour men on dtitv here the good thing. besides the always reliable Dud li. dennan, who, of course, works nil the MIDDLEBURG time, as, of course, he should. ! - ndtnlrofg-- I "". .... "cr nine-hou- I "" " """' '' I ..... "" 1 . . w - - ni,nU ,.-- .! . ,1 - ill-th- I ' 1 l'il - dee-irnti'- ' . i i V ,.. --- - ,,,, ,... .,.,,, I ".. ... tir , u i , 11 e ,4A44Ha4MM bitfc .ffexfLk ..,.. ,.- r. , ...i..,.. r"1"1 w i "in aii iwiim 44 i h .nf Gents' Furnishing. " x J mmm The I.n-ierio- Ioiirnal. 1872 Established AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE HIGH CLASS ! 17 MAKE ROOM KT3BBNnnnaSBB9ElBMBnHBnHBKBaaaBBManRHEHaaiKBBKBaMBnBHaH SHELTON M. 3AUFLEY,... Publisher 'II I A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE 'i 1 s of Sp mmWim f Wv qJSw u Entered nt tho i08tof(lco nt Stan ford nn second class mall. DEMOCRATIC UCKET. OPEN EVERY MOVING PICTURES NIGHT 2,000 Feet of New Pictures Every Night For Only 5 and 10c STANFORD, KY. - FOR -- - Ior THE M PE0M--- A Success Fall Clothes The Lowest Prices You Ever Had! Sam Robinson, Stanford, Ky. Blue Grass Farm For Sale Without any excUae exeept It Is too large a farm for one man. I will offer my farm of 200 aCrcs for ole privately. It Is located on the Hustonville and Mlddleburg pike, three miles from Huston villo. This Is nn Ideal farm, level and productive; 3C ocrej In meadow; about 50 acres In blue Kittss, plfnty of firewood and dweMng house, post timber; tenant house, barn, a new four-roocrib nnd stables, .'5 hen houses, everlasting spring and stono spritiKhouse, plenty ot stock water, line orchard, 50 bearing trees, well lenced. cash Price, $56 per acre, In hand; balance on easy terms. Como nnd seo this good bargain for R. M. TATE, yourself. six-rooone-fourt- h OoTprnor Jarrwi II McCrtmry. Kor l.tout. RoTPrncr K. J. MrDtrmutt fnt Treasurer Thou. S. Khan. Kiir reHir or Suite e. V. Crwe- - No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach pair! dilution and nulritiun. lx-the (omcli U weak or diiecd there ii a loi ot the nutrition contained in food, xhich li tl'o source ol all plij'iol strength. When n man "doesn't feel jcut nilit," Vfhcn lie Hnnu'l kicri, t!I. Iii an iineiitnfurinMi. ItxVmS, In the (toniach alter calin, U Unijiiid, irritable and dctpood. ent, lie it loini( tho nutrition needed to make ncnoiu, trrn!t!i. m in ii ttrtmi alt over. No mn enn bo tnrnt; viho it tulTerin IriHti weak lmcli uli in cotiKMjuciii indietnn, or from nmc other dunite of llic tumacli and il auKutrd oriiini, which Im- I. A limn lln. IPfcr Attorney MenentlJaMca OarnetL Kor Stat SuprrlnteiMJi'tit erf Schools IbtrkmlHlo HnmletL Hi"" Comml'idoiior Agriculture J. W, Newman. K01 Clerk Court of ppmta K. 1.. Cirocno. t"or Itntrosud KInlr. din. Commissioner Charles W. P. A. Hnr- - Por Clrrntt JtulRO Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow FOR REPRESENTATIVE William II. StinnhH announces tils candidacy tor Representative from jLimoln county, subject to tlio action 01 mo wemocrauc pari). ' rce'ii Golden Medical Such a m.ia nhoulil nso Dr. Discover: It curc.i rtheasom of the Hotnnch and other orian ot dt&eatlon nnd nutrition. It enriches the blood, lnrl&r.ttcs tlie liver, ntrenithenn the kidney, nourishes the nerves, nnd no CIVC3 IIUTlLTIt n.YD STtltZXQTII TO You can't ilTord to accept a itrrt notlrum utihutittite for tliii medicine ok k.non coMrotmos, not een thouiili tho uriicnt denier may thereby make little profit. Iniredirntt printrJ on wrapper. Tticwitoi.c iioor. bier W. H. Higgins. Stanford, Ky. Mr. Farmer. HANDLE WE HAVE OUR USUAL SUPPLY OF WHEAT 8ACK8 TO YOU HAVE A THRESHER READY THE PRESENT CROP. WHEN YOU NEED SEND IN AND GET WHAT SACKS YOU NEED. SHOULD WHEAT HANDLING OATS, BARLEY, RYE AND SEED CKS FOR WISH TO STORE SAME YOUR8ELF WE WILL FURNISH YOU AND WITH NEW SACKS AT EIHGT CENTS EACH. SEA-SOWE HAVE QUITE A LOSS EACH YEAR ON SACKS, AND THIS HAY IN OLD STOCK OUR SACKS ARE ALL NEW .(LOST 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. WE HAVE SEVERAL CARS OF BLOCK COAL FOR THRESHING PURPOSES AND WANT TO SUPPLY YOU. MUST BELIEVE When Wl-Kno- IT. Tell It So Plainly. Stanford People When puuuc emuonement Is made oy a representative citizen of Stanford the proof Is positive. You must believe it Head this toitlinouy, Every man, woman or child with any kidney trouble wilt find profit in tho J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I PURE Ice Cream Soda Water. Just also corn Terms Sfites. hold and kitchen furniture Remember the name Doan's Luke Carpenter, Hustonville. caBh. tako no other. mile on Liberty Plko One 5G-2- .John T. Harncttc Rowland St., Stan ford, Ky., says' "I usd a great nmn ber of kidney remedies during the past three years and I can say that I loan's Kidney Pills brought mo tho lirst reliel I received .My work o- bllges me to do heavy lifting nnd stoon lug nnd tlili weakened my kidneys. suflered from a pain acros the small of my back that often beenmo so Intense I was uninle to do any R. F. D. 1, Hustonville, Ky. thins. I was feeling miserable whtn I learned or Donn p Kidney I'll s and I they were recommended so liihh Public Sale that I procured a suf.jily at Shugan Thin reinedv A: Tanner's Drug Store. On nccount of my going away, 1 gave me almost 1 Ittwnt rtllef and gladly recoiumenu will sell at public auction on JULY lor that reason 22, at 1:30 P. M., one pony, buggy It." Por sale by all dowers Price 50c and harness, cow and calf, sow and Co lluffalo. New tiles, about 200 chickens, colt. corn. Poster- - Mllburn laid by. Houso Yory, so e agents for the United field 1 ' j reading. TI1I1 sljilf tho l.otilsvtllo Pool Is printing about the "Kilo of the boys of the State Reform Schoo to contractors ' reads to us llkn to much toiiunj rot. These bo)g Isive been sont to the Itoform School because they would lot jwcirk or belmve themsehes at Mome, nnd the sm.ill Krtion of their time at the sclol In which they work for the contractors serve to teach them n valuable trade. They are doit. J: JiiHt as well while spending n part ot 111 el r time, each day making chairs as they would working nt any thing oee around the big school farm and In addition, the credit which tho state gets from tho contractors for their work, govs to pay for a dormitory which was rendered ncceHsury by the constantly increasing number of inmates and which the state treasury was loo poor to provide. No, the Pout will hnve to cut and come again In its Ifort to hunt campaign material on (his score. Wo thoroughly believe that the State of Prison Commission should be taken out of politics, or at least tno selection of tho members be cstec in the governor and not bo continual leglsatho football, but p know that the present board, regardless or how much politics It has plaed, lins given n first clnss administration of the of tho Reform Schxil nnd hai put the state penitentiaries on a bfttd, which compares faorbly with th penal institutions of any other state insofar as treatment of prisoners and result obtained from them is concerned. Trunks Suit Cases Traveling Bags You can't go without them. tr A well s strapped, well bolted and well locked trunk any size, 32 to 38 inches $5 $6.50, $7.50 and $10. All Cowhide Leather Suit Cases, $5, $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. !?. Fine Chocolate Home- tnade Candy. RepiMtenUtle .'ohn W. lloUml. ( Sholb) county, Iihh withdrawn Iron tho raco lor Speaker of the next House, In the Interest or Harry A. Schoberth, or Woodford. John I'lis eldently rorgotten that we haeanoth er candidate for Speaker from Lincoln In tho Klghth district but we'll wager and ho won't ovcr'ook Lincoln when Uiat congressional bee, which Is embryonic grows a buzz in his bon- HONEST MEDICINES FAKES. VERSUS . Small Farm For Sale We Vltant L. L Mi:. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Thirty acres on Neat's Creek, ad jacent to church and schoolhouse. and houso Comfortable th.ee-rooPrlco reasonable part AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED bmall barn. POULTRY, Er.QS, ICE, COAL, cash and balanco oneasy terms. AdWOOL, HiuES, FURS. WILLSON, dress owner. CHS. T. SALT, LIME. QIN8ENG, FEATHERS ETC. 5S8 R.F.D. No. 3, Stanford, Kv. Produce PHONE 153. FARM FOR SALE . Novelties 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 used as carpet samples that we are offering at cost. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Wo will so'l at public auction In front of the court house, In Stanford, Ky. on the second Monday In September at 2 o'clock P. M tho farm known four and a half miles from Stanford en the Hustonville pike. This farm contami one numireu and llfty acres, one hundred of which Is In lino stnto of cultivation. Over one thousand dollars worth of locust poet can be cut from this placo, also a lot of walnut lumber. A splendid stock pond fed by a nev er ruling spring. About sixty acres of this rami is especially ndapted to thu raising of hemp and tobacco. New, five room house, Just completed. One mile from church nnd school. Onu large tobacco barn, built last fall, nlso good stock barn. Ten acres of young orchard. This lB u splendid home nnd must bo seen to bo appreciated. If no ealo Is made this farm will be rented on tno seme date, to tho highest bidder A. D. HOOT. for twd year of 1912, G5-t- H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. President Tuffs recent messnge stig grating an amendment to tho I 'urn Pood nnd Drug law In It relation to Prepared .Medicines, does not refer to such standard medlclnrs as Foley' Honey nnd Tar Compound and Poley idney Pills, both, of which are tr medicines carefully compounded of Ingredients whoso medicinal fiualtle nro recognized by tho medical prof," tlon Itself as tho best known remedial agents tor the Cbcasos they nre Por over Intended to counteract, three decades Poley's Honey and Tar Compound mas been n standard remedy tor coughs nnd nrrectlons of the throat, chest, coughs, colds nnd affections of the throat, chest and lung ror children and lor grown uersons, nnd it retains to day Its preeminence Unci Foley Kidney Pills nro enuu ly r.bovo nil other preparations ir effective nnd meritorious 1 H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. Bring Your Prescriptions rm Here To Be Compounded When REPAIRS MADE ON your physician lias pre scribed a medicine for you to take, tlio next important step if to have that prescription placed In tho hands o( a thoroughly reliable nnd competent pharmacist so it will bo compounded exactly m directed. Wo have trained nn cnvlublo 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 wilt And a complete and inviting display ol toilet nrtlcles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating wo carry and recommend ALAUASTINE, the beautiful wall conting. Call and seo samples of tints and ask us about It. PENNY'8 DRUQ 8TOME. Motor Cars with tho cement, lime, etc., you get SPECIAL TOOLS TO ORDER from us. Remember tiat all our build Ing materials are mucn stronger than GOOD SERVICE AT FAIR PRICES you can therefore tho ordinary and BEST EQUIPPED use less than ordinary quantities, if MACHINE SHOP IN THE DLUh you like we'll tell you Just how to GRASS. mix tliem to get the best results at tho least cost Come In nnd ask us. DANVILLE MOTOR ELECTRC J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. rSSSTnSSSSSut DON'T BE TOO aENEROUS. AND ALL KINDS OF Machinery F FARM FOR 3ALE1 Wo will coll privately n farm of about 130 acres In I.tnro 11 county, Ky , one hnlf mile from Crab Or li urd, ulcely located, inos'l.. bottom I uu. 1 CONCRETING n' kfn'H cf eon urk I'ktw 1.11 orvtl'K inch m IHoik , n1 m'f t.WKCMniiiBkoiiny t iirgfr v Wo run bouie down ton fsnc DANVILE, KY, 123 N. Fourth St. I t,vrv ucr land, very productive til able, an nbundanco of e'o'k v.n'er Iot rlrt-nand especially adapted to corn audi you promptly and guarantygot our l Unit mid grass. Uood tenant house ir tliree work nod niAU'rlal, ,natjrtitl nt. 1Mb., prtoi tm V J " hiiv jrM ,.n. .w. ,, w.ii w4 .nil, rooms on farm. Tccou reasonable Wfkrulii position todr W. S. Drye & Co. UNDERTAKERS I . Kentucky m Xr'i Mm' L'Jt Y4" Ki4V f EMQALMERS, Huitonvllle, Ky. and ItTdl Z -- Telephone In Office patched, rugs In 3 sUeg, pew ru? s "! ii. z DANVILLE FAIR, Au AUG. Srd Roadster ATTEND THE GREAT !gp 4kaAj & JtB BIG ROADSTER RINGS EACH DAY! AUG. 4th--$2oj;;dd- le AUG. 3rd Is LSysville AUG. 2, 3, 4 Attractions of Every Description r' I. M. DUNN, PERSONAL and SOCIAL be on The Grounds. ter line of drtifigetf, niB, carpets, pnd laco ctirtnlnB, W. A. Trlbblo. 1 Aoujln a A HEARTY WELCOME AWAITS ALL. For Further Information and Catalogues, Write Secretary. .l11 W. P. GIVENS, President. "r . 'fV: Mr. J W Itout Mrs Win. Severance will entertain flumtell Drown In spending this, hh In llrodliroiil Medncly on bunnies trip. Itli roliitlvcu. "iietdsy at n reception in ht nor or week in Lancaster . . . . .. - t,.... i.uh .Mrs. Smith Fenny, of SL Joe, .Mo., ruhhis .iii. ivunis m-n.Mr J. K. Lynn Ib Iho guest or ". Howie Picket of Shelbyvlllc. Ml Kit l.iwn Napier has nui to I'lne M. Mutueny ami family at Mtiywood. and little son, John Hiiughiuan, worn iilli to nurso .Mm. ) I'. Nwekl. ''nr Hrccdlovu spent several days iest i.f .Mr. ui.il Mrs. S, II. Uuiigh- K II. (.'ox, of Lebanon, spent sever I'" t'lnrlnnntl thin wee. man thin week. Mwwrs. H. J. Tunnur, Hint Hurry I iinvu thin uopk- - with Cut) ('alter. Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn llnlfinan Airs. (1. (I. Perry nnd diugl.ter. Ilet or MeKlliiiOy wer hero Tuesday Mis Jane (Inrmnn Jell Monday! ..... - ."" ............. ,..- - .,.....,... - ih. mm- l lie, ill to m-- l Mr Tanner's mr which IihiI morning ""' ' for a two week Wlslt (O hnr mommy. '"'t' we kuuhi 01 iuiciiirr IwHin xi'iKiln!! for a "liluw out." Marrow nionrt, wtiro in Iran urciinni sister Mrs II. I'. Alexander at .Mrx. .Miillmln Stone, who has boon anil relatives, .Mr. Sterling Curtl mid little 1111 bono. nbwnt for some months In Toxag and' Mrs. Fife and MIm Molly Kite ;wu In Terry" Dofenuii ato Msltlng Mr MIkm Marie Heowor hns returned to Missouri, Iibh retimitil to Slnnlord to returned to tk4r hom In ltihu.ond Ult IrfiiilM'IIV alter a t'riel visit to her lio the piest of ralatlvi. ,fter a bilor villi lf.i llr (.. l. I'er- purenlH Ivsre. Mr John .Mount, of ioirudtur. Mrs. .V MrI)o.irntou and MIfh .Ion- - ry and .Mrs I'urry. returned ' MIhm Mnry Phillips haii .Manila; for h tiort Mult wltli Mr. l.nuU Dllllon niaile a lniKir.eth til,. Arnold, of Mlehhran, who Imvo from Morning View, where she lm relative linre III,. of MIhh Lena I'd mor and trip to I.duIhvI lu tliln wovW the Kust of Mint. Vloln Unidy. bcn I.. Martin, of Purls, I Mr Mrs Harry Hill, Mrs. .1 II Mm. Truwrtt, liae i;oiie to l.nncitnter .iin Virginia Mahnny and .Ml Ml Mil Mr. .M C NapliMU Crab Orcli-iinl- . to bo the KiietitH of Mrs. Hen Hudson. 'unii Mrs. Doler are hiiuikIIiik peeiHi Ibiughllinn hnto been tho Rtlents j weeks in Lotiisvillo. the ruukI ol rela Mlrs KlluUth and Hcttle White I rountry home . l'arkHil!o lire the Rtiests J MIm tnes there Mr Wlllltmi tirlniod nun dmiKhter, and .Misses Kllznbeth and llettle in.. . Miiiuv mill .Inme locker. Jr. HlluibethShelton Nancy llunn. Mlss Vlr are vlsltliiK l'arkBillo Irlends. Wlitto Mr- and .... III u;., ?!? vi.llim:, Mr , .rf M. plnln Ilourncnttended the LancaMe1 ')n AiiRUht Sth Mr. and Mrs. I W rime' ulster. Mrs J. I. Jones l'.iiHtlti will celebrate their itolden wed Hcadjchcs. Colds, Indigestion, Ml KarlciRh, of Cincinnati, lair Thurwlay. Mth Dr. U. S. Hkln and Mrs. i:il;ln of dins nnnlveranr.. having been mairled w, fatl,,,r- - Mr"' "" Paini. ConjtinatiDn, Sour Stomach, motored our front n IMI. They hope to Ijave with them Atlanta, Uetn-gl. Martin ia hi, country place. .1 If .. -Molly Klfp, of ilmcabter Tuseday for a few lusirs en that occasion their nine, children Mrn. nre and MIm caecttTC prompt and pleasant lllrhmotid. arc Ktitsts ot Dr. nnd Mm. wllh .Mrs. Cluirlnttc Warren nnd fiiini- - i nnd two Krcat grandchildren as wo I ly. Miss Josephine Warren nccoin- - .ik other KuefitR., method of getting jid of them is to CJ. 0. J'firy. Mt. T. M Whltr, of l)Utsllle. Ujranied tnem pack to umcastcr to re take, now and thea, a docrUpoon-(u- l SHORT LOCAL NEWS of Mm. Ora. U Carter nt main durinK tnc fair. of the ever refeeshing and truly the utC Miss Anna Dart Mttlloborts Is the ner honi In thn rountry. VALUABLE BANK STOCKS Mao jMcRobertH beneficial laxative temedy Syrup Mrs. SI. K. I'arkH and Miss Stella guest of Mlsn FOR SALE of Figs aad Elixir erf Senna. It u Ittiplpy, who have bem vIsltlnR Ml" In Ijincanter this week. Ab executors ot T. J. Koblnson, we Mn. Susan II. Ycager has returned Ixjbanon, rewell Known ihrouakout the world l.ucllo HmirlKan near 14, 1011, bo- Hoinigan to Crab Orchard tun Inf; spent Tues will on Monday, Augugt as the best of faawy laxative reme- turned horn,, Tuwday Mies County Court Day, beginning at Inc for a ihort visit day nnd Wednesday here. Mrs. Yea dies, because k acts to gently and .iccompanleJ then: er with her fntlier and daughter wlllabout 2 p M- - ln frnt r Ule cc'lrt tiexe. houso In Stanford, Ky., offer at pubstrengthens naturally without irri WwtorlMd. of remain at the Springs until fall. Ijokmx and Mono Mrs. J. S. Hlct. spent a short lic sale for cash ln hand tho follow. any way. tating the system 'l.UlnKston. who, with their mother. - tnalK s"ares ol To get 1U bcnehaal eflecU It ll have been the Kuests of Mr. and Mrs. whllo In Crab Orchard this week. I'"K tho Kourth oanK sl0CK: - of Co'-c- r N'lt'onal UankMisses Sue Woods and Nancy Yeag '" ,:,mor'- - " n,0Wl"rtll"B ,hC'; always necessary to buy the genu- - '. were In Lexington Wednesday,' "mbll,, G:l- - hc bo)k va,,l (,f wlllch , manutacturcd by the California triindmotlier In ,,. . .,a , from there tliey will go to Mt. .Ster- - '" '34G Pcr sllaro' a"d y,Mch "ays cn inc. .' rsiriiu-iAirs. r.iu rig oyrup -- o., Dcanng ine name Varis , 1Ilakp Iolr ll011l0 Mr west-o- f ling to bo tho guests of .Miss Woods' annual dividend of 20 per cent; IS the Company, plainly printed on , rm, ,1 hnvlnc been transferreJ there wlster Mrs. Croer Anderson until nf- - sniirc8 r tl,e Merchants fc .Mechanics aluo book Hank of Columbus, Ua ter the ML Stoning fair. Hie front of every package. !.. tho I.. A; N as dispatcher Hon. J. M. Alvorson. formerly of -- 01 I'" lor and Pays lo per cent this place, and his nttractivo wife innunl dlvldoniI:21 sharoa of the Na- nre guests ot tiarnird friend tttir-- tltmsil Hank of HustonWl.e. Ky., book Ing tho l.ancaster fsir Mr. Alverson Ullll I13ai per share nnd paB an .mil Mr. Alreraou now nmko Frank - ""al Ulvldond or f. per cent, .'(J shares of tho Commercial bank and fort their homo. book value , Mr. and Mrs. Albert Severance and J' ,r"8t c)- - "r , UoathCwve ruturowl from (.'rb I0S.U0 per bliaro, and imjs annual ! Orchard Springs whero they Hneiit sov lOhldcnd of .1 per cent. MHS. M. II. KOllINSON, iral weekB. J. II. I'AXTON. i:ecutors. Mrs. Jennlo 1h1 arrived homo from Crab Orhcard Springs Wedne-da- y W. S. Fih represents only fic net evening. Josto I). Woaren and Joo and strongest Insurance companies. Mesri. .tf Kmbry motoied ocr to Uio Lancnir Let n'm keeP y"u proteste'J. ter Oilr Wednesday lu Mr. Wenren's HAPPIEST GIRL IN LINCOLN. cur. A Lincoln Neb., girl wrtes, "I had Messrs. Wolfe and Anderson of been nlllng for somo time with chronic passed througR to Crab Orchard constipation nnd stomach trouble I Springs to nttend tho niasquerado ball began taking Chnmher'ain s Stomarn and Liver tnblcU and la threo days thero Wednesday evening. I was able bo tip. and got better Mr. John Wlilpn or LlberO' was right along. toam tho proudest girl In I hiT0 n fow hours Wednesday with Lincoln to find such n good medicine. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. W. Whlpp en routo Kor boIo by all dealers. to tho Lancaster ralr. Miss Kntliofliio Fenzel lott Wednes-Calor St. I,ouIs to be gone somo tlino. Miss Hesslo Shumnkes. or Danville, waH lere a short whllo this vimk on How can the baby crow lior way to London. strong if the nursing mother Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Haughmaii were is pale and delicate? Jn-rot- Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- An exciting western nut will bo snown nt tin opein house tonight. For salo, a nlcc hunch of ewes nnd cw'o lambs. Address W. A. llorton Wnynesburg, Ky. RENT: TWO FUR SALE OR ON RESIDENCE STORY 0 ROOM EAST MAIN STREET IN STANFORD KY. THE HOUSE HAS JUST DEEM BUILT A SHORT WHILE AND HAS ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENSES LOT 1CUx285 FEET. ALSO VACANT LOT ADJOINING 85x270 FEET, PRE-f-EL. R. HUGHES. TO SELL. -44 "" ,,,,, .,. ,.,- l CURES Cholera, Gaoes. Limberncck. Roim. fankpp. VimtVt n. 0 vat ho uiarrnoca ana all Diseases of Poultry o,, AM mi-t- W fl " a I -- AVl.int,-5r,!l'','ML,,!L.''f- I Af by ,Ripe.4-IM- Mffl. sniJ Caaranlttd J, Ililthebnlpen.li,. 4 Jropp-- RobL Crumt, Bardilown, Ky. PENNY'S DRUG SOLO BY STORE STANFORD,. KENTUCKY. I hi UKd." Price 50c at ill Druhu. d downlKe l.1ld. ,. pin, K'l'-'Kt- If-- Kf-t- v i R ARE TOU FREE FROM it 1 ..-- .. I Notice Five per cent penalty addtax Aug. IP, I'.Hl. I.. It ed to j$'i Hughes, Treas. r lainia ncalust Tom Ferrlll will prem0 properly verified nt ..m.e. i iiomj tnuemeu will pease set lie with me. A. T N't'NNKLLKY. 382 Admr. w"" "."."." " - a efto (i sent them to tb. All persons I halng i I dealers. SpralnB require careful treatment quiet and apply Chamberlain's Liniment freely. It will remove the sorenes nnd quickly restore the rnrts to a healthy condition. For sale uy an ICeet RSWiJrllHiT 11 (B Wfiai flSSM l. - Mr. nnd Mrs. J, It. Nunncllcy left for St. louls Mo.., Jlr. Nunncllcy will have his headquarters at St. IxiuU but will travel ln Texas. yerftenVay "Supper Ready j ' "When vou get bade to camp, tired and hungry, you n '- ... .. Watch This Space tt. 1 raro opportunity for safe Investments Is afforded by the bankstocks offered for sale In this Issue. Tho Kentucky banks mentioned in the ndtertiseinctit arc too well known locally to need commendation, and the fact that tho surplus fund of one ot tho Georgia's bnnkB is greater than Its capital and that of tho other more than double 13 conclusive proof that a safer place to invest could not be A do not want to soend the evening getting supper ready. You want a stove you can start up in a minute that will cook quickly and weD. found. For camp, houseboat or bungalow, a New Per--' fection Oil Cook-stov- e is the ideal cooking device. It is ready for use in a moment, i It saves all the trouble of cutting wood and cettinj; in coal. It does not overheat or make dirt in a kitchen ; there are no ashes nor smoke. It requires less aUeotvxn and cooks better than any other range. m.j. win ii, t inq j t .:.l it iiicuw a j i DUiKn, wem NEXT TUESDAY at bargains. I'enco Good second hand buggleg for sale 3S tf Bros. L'. 'JfejggfejgBiwt OiliCookcStovi . ) long, turquotM blue enameled chuBftrr. Haadtomelr fiauhed throughout. Tm 2 and UoTei ca b hd with of without cabinet lop, VrbJchuiStlcd with rJrop thclvrt, towel uckj, etc ve iveaterirvefTMhere; or wrrta cucuUr to tos nearest asacr ol Iho I For Sale 2 palm, Mrs. Heazley, Stanford ." IT T Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) - FORTHB 3 CITY TAXES City taxes aro now due. 1'leas.e cal and settlo nt once. B. D. Carter, City Tax Collector. 3C-.- I. 3-- Biggest ar a i n: Dan-vlll- o a ways give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy and castor oil, and a speedy cure is certain. For vale hy all dealers. For summer diarrhoea In children Ever Offered In For Sale. Cow and calf: cow gives five gallons of milk a day; calf three weeks old. A. L. Caulder, Sanxord, :.9-"- a Divided Skirts We Do Not Handle But Clothin Furnishings y Thero wl I bo preaching ervicea at tho Baptist church Sunday morning by the pastor. HERE'S A BARGAIN. visitors at the Uinrastor ralr Wednes-day- . Hats ," i H Shoes ssssasSsssssflHisssssslsssMsssHMss Clerk, J. V. Haldani 1ms been quite III for Eevural days at his homo ln Crab Orchard but Ih somo bettor now. Mrs. W. M Morris and llttlo son ot Muskogeo, Oklahoma, arrived this week and are guests of roathes nt Cr.io Orchard. Mm. J. K Holdtim and Miss Molllc ilrooks wero In Stnnford shopping Scott's Emulsion makes the mother strong and well; increases and enriches the baby's food. Drwtbta 1 ho Interior Journal and tho Week ly Cincinnati Knqulrer one year for 1.3'). The weekly Unqulrer Is a splen did farm and family paper. This Is a grout bargain. Tho subject or the sermon at tho Baptist church Sunday morning will lo "Tho Hlsen Llle." Sunday school nt 9. SO. Follow th0 crowd houso toulgtit. to We Do Handle A Big Line of tho opera Pants for Men! Light Weights for these hot summer 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 Tuesday Express Paid For 100 Miles On All Purchases of $5 and Over. Trunks Leather Goods 'Wr-''5 IB iidrfflf -- I Dr. A. C. Morgan, specialist on diseases, of tho oye, nose, ear and throat nnd who tits glassos to correct uuy delect of vision will bo nt the St Asaph Hotel, Slamord, Ky., Aug. 1st and 2nd and at tho Govur Hotel nt Crab Orchard Aug. 3rd. Charges rea- sonable. Vnnted Hoarders at my homo on Main street; terms reasonable. Mrfc. V. II. Land. Stanford. 553 GRAVE! I m 1 sfflVV'Cfrrfcri ni m & co. I DETSY'S POINT EnS: HAIL For T1.S0 per acre I will In "Molly and I agroo that counter-lul- t sure your tobacco against loss or " money nnd esubstltuto gooiU damage by hall. You should have It, coiuu fiom the bamu parents. The R. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 coin and the good tu.iy very clonol) Get Ready For Cold rciiomblo tho gemilno but buUInd them Cnta,rrh Cannot Cj Cured Yi.. With UK VI At I'l li A (On It" Hi. rnr. I r, t nut luti yo:.r house hen led Is ncltlur honor or nonesty u. ! t .ijiTili .4 a I..IHH1 i wily th tulioh- -i Willi will find no W..IIT .ilii (rf.i. r cui. i it .., in t... u I i, "i the pen Hue of .. aiu .ird uuaii'y at i "He WPlUlTi rI. I In (, r emii' i c i.i i IUI Mkl J Kfli.JUWr 34T -. Weather i $1.00 to 8.00 I i lit sui-titute- .,!.. J . , be h 't water and lUaui IUkis il rat1 & I'll. .HaD B 11 o Ftate Now ,. t e W9 KV I Let m fiffure vl'U you wc ru tee our work W. K. WARNER, ,,. , r t reet' r thcui. "I i H mo ntt r i i iii - . liiaiu a ha -- nnd f mr.ii ' ll ,... y lu thk f II U r n i u Uh turt ii ... II ii . r i lI .1 ii i o g. ' : L COFFEy .... & COLEMAN, twa lucr ,Ijj lulta u DU.COU4 rurli. i Pri1w.t n.li.y.pv PU br IJriKtw jont Tkkum' W nt tft r .i" i .! tn ii. ii 4 g i t H, it ii ,i . t) at rp nb i.s. m ' .'..', tc. ViSJ! t. .. Cummins & Wearen, Stanford,,KentU(Qjf3&i jgg.jjgs ij ixajror.vzkeL4aKmmxH2JX!U WBH Read What They Say! Purchasers. G. B. Williams XCURSION AUGUST 1 St! TO Read What They Sayl Bankers. COMMERCIAL TMUST COMPANY, 00. President. &. W. T. D. WILLIAMS Ilnnkcni. SONS Irvlno, Ky July Tcxng Land City Mo., t 1SU. ilium If Ml TEXAS IRE LA1S- I)r 'npltal Iaimu 91,000,000 City, Mo .Inly 10. lull nolopinont. Oo Kansas Railroad Fare Only $39.95 Round Trip. By Special ArrangemeTit "We Can Make This Cheap Party Fare. If We Have 25 or More in Party we Will Furnish Free Pullman Berth. Mr. W. S. Willi, Stntift.nl, Ky. H!rs- Al tho wiHtMt or the Texm Uentlemoir 1 ImiuI Dewloptmint Hr Company. I nm hnve Jiiai returned nnd I ToxaB lands nm frem ymtr very much every-thin- g writing ywi a to tbe HUiiitlltiR I. iimtMrntHWl prwnl Is Ictlar relative of very vr tola cotniKitijr, which oiHiporod men whom pleased with the trip." I found Just ns you represented it and dked tho land" well enough to huy expect to e" to my land about Dec. 1st to spend the winter a I don't think I could find a more delightful cllmato In which to spend jotne of It. I the winter. (Slyned.) Yours truly OKO. H. 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 GO Acres of Dry Land. Price $100 Per Acre With Water. ONE-THIRD nnwtlMant iMMlnsM Ml 111 lmr the nblllty of timiiHlng prti!nUten. .Mr. It. T. Ihirjto In nt I nnv-thtH- tllo head of til,, nOlllllK WHlipany mid fully believe Jim can mty upon h imiy toll )ou. Viwrii trtny iSlMnol) It. C. MKNKKKK. O. W. WITT Judge of Estill County Irvine, Ky:, Juno 29, TO Whom It .May Concern: 1 THREE YEARLY PAYMENTS ARE GOING WITH US CASH AND BALANCE IN ! PIONEER TRUST COMPANY Cuirilnl Kntisvi & Surplus Mo., J0OO.OOO (Ity July lth 111 , 1 Mr V. S. Kluh, Stanford, Ky U'll WE HAVE SOLD LAND To a number of prominent men in Irvine, Paint Lick and iJear Sir: Mr. II. T. Hurse, ot (hu Texas IjiikI Dvtenpmuiit Company has Immi doti): bnalnes moiilu nnd mended Co., oniiiM have Inspected asture In Southwest Texa8 and find It to be all that Is clnlmed for It by the Texas Land Development Co., Although the farmers In this section were not through planting corn, I found the first crop of corn cut and In the shock In Texas. I talked with a number of farmers and found all or other points. We refer you to George B. Williams, President of Williams & 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. d We will take a of people from Central Kentucky W. S. Fish and J. W. Acey, of Stanford; County Judge Link Wells, Liberty; Dr. Thompion, Kings Mountain; R. H Metcalf, cashier McKmney Bank; J. I. Hamilton, attorney, Lancaster; E.L. Woods, President Peoples Bank, Paint Lick, Many others wfll go. We want you to see our .and before you buy. car-loa- with tho im for soernl Trust to us highly rccom Commerce ling tlon0 cntiald. by with whom ho business edible-- I'liy staled that they hlRh opinion for several yearn. had a vory them prosperous and content ana tnak Ing more money than It seems possible to make on a farm. Tbe climate waB Ideal and every man In our party purchaied a farm. Yours truly. See, Phone or Write any of the foPjwing well-know- n gentlemen for further in- formation: R. H. METCALF, McKinney W. S. FISH, Stanford JUDGE LINK WELLS, Liberty I. M. DUNN, Danville EDTELLY, Dunnville W J DeBAUN, Perryville STEELE, Paint Lick. OC GOODLOE,Lancaster WALLACE Representing leave TUESDAY, AUGUST 1st Via L. & N. to Louisville; Henderson We of Mr. ilurite audi his business methods. Our experience with Mr IhirKu hiig been most satisfactory We- - tliink. - In lew of our own expert- - cue- ami tho experience of tti (om. (Signed.) O. W. WITT Route to St. Louis; M. K. & T. to San Antonio; G. H- &S. A. to Ulvade and C.C.&U. to Crystal City. - merrv Trust Company that Mr. Ilun?e Is entitled to the confidence of tho Yours truly lmentliiK public. (Signed.) 11. II. UAKVbXY Siretnry No Droughts! f TEXAS LAND DEVELOPMENT CO. KANSAS CITY. MISSOURI. wtnn-ws- Leave' Richmond 1:05Pm Paint Lick 1:45 pm M Leave1 j Lancaer imiwm , - 2:14 pm Junction City 2:57 p m iiunmaiinn I ijt'wws' or -- Stanford 2:45 p m No Crop jmwnnit4ifimfiMr'iKimaHiititw8 ubw n"j' i" snMv.!Jn.xwt'j!ir,jnijuir'"""i" Koport ot - ft w m. . THE CRAB ORCHARD BANKING To Hent 91 acres, of Rood Rrasg Apply to Mrs. J. 12. Lynn. 582 . COMPANY. For Hale. Fine Duroc shouts . ,a i to register. 1.. L. Phillips, It. I. Doliiu husliicss Iti the town of Crab Otchard. county of l.incolu ,tnt of 1, Uox 401. Jo. "il ??lft i .. For Sale 25.000 chestnut sliintlcH. Kentucky, nt the cIot,e of bublucis on It wilt b welcome news to dyspeptlas conrtlpatlon. blliousnecs. hradaches. pal on to learn of a remedy that. In tho opinion A the stomach and similar complaints hand cut. Just made hia spring. Oi- - lne ISth lay of July 1111 bottle can b had at any drue tor of thousands. Is an absolute cure for 'p for titty cents or a dollar, out u you ad- car llertel. Crab Orchnnl, Ky. and all forms of stomach to make a test of It flrst rend your g RESOURCES J 11. Thfuipru helped til. J. ble, and, better still. It Is fruarantecd to dress to Dr. Caldwell and ho will suppl) do so. The remedy Is Dr. C'uldweU'u a free sample bottle, cent direct to youi lc Ui.sciMintK and Sons ta I'ulaslil Teuu., 1m; Syrup Pepsin. wilt soon admit that yoi address. You Due lroiu Hanks 170 all know the value of pure pepsin have found something to replace salts a load of mules lu t'lls section unit perfumes and In Indlcestlon, and add to this some ex- cathartics, breath Syrup Pepsin willothei cun fclilp south, paying from $l."u to 917.'. Artiuil Cash on I laud . ceptional laxative Incredlents and you temporary reliefs. Overdrafts bave a truly wonderful remedy. Mr. T. you permanently. feel that th a (html lor them. Dr. Caldwell W. Worthy ot Forsythe, Ql, sot to the purchase ot his does not ends his obll Secured ...9S30 20 remedy point where ha could not even eat or specialized In stomach Unsecured ...91.D&5 44 recetables and after many years of fration. He has diseases for over forty CINCINNATI MARKETS Iver and bowel eeklnx ha found the cure In Dr. Cald- years and will be pleased to clve th well's Syrup Fepsln. Mr. Rudy Kasner ot reader any advice on the subject fre Cincinnati, O., July Current Kxpensea Molina, I1U was In the same bad of charee. All are welcome to writ with his stomach, took Syrup him. Whether for tbe medical advlc 731 head; market acltte and Taxes :ili him Dr. IBsln and Is now cured. Hundreds of or the free sample address building Rood, stroiiR to 10c htKher; other Others would gladly testify. W. B. Caldwell, M Caldwell voal Ustate. ..91.500 00 graSes about steady; steers IS.'Z'M i'''.irulturo and It Is a cusxanteed cure for Indlcestlon, Uontlcello. IlL ?0.1'3; helfcrB 92.25W.ri.8j; cowH 91.2; Fixtures .91.500 00 ioi.'itt, calves closing eaty ami 2.c lower n 9J4f7.50. Hogs Hccclpts J'a,MW "v-.- . ' head: market net he mid strong x'Z Total ....97U1'! 17 and 15u higher; packers $t.!35t T.li; LD CRN CR0W,NG 0N IRRIGATED LAND IN SOUTH WEST TEXS. THE TEXAS LAND cr.?WEEKS LIABILITIES: Btag3 13.005.35; common bowR DEVELOPMENT CO.. WILL RUN AN EXCURSION TO THIS LND ON AUGUST 1st. 0(0.23; pigs and Ights 94.501) 7. Sheep Capital Stock l'ald In, In Receipts 5.153 head; market steady ' Cash 91t.000 00 Ml. W. .M. Htursls or the Texai land will produce more piofit, with niali ny wild ami Impossible propo. 92.O0O 10 at 91.75if j,40. IiiubE good to choice Surplus Land Dctolopmeut Coniiaiiy, hag been niucli leas labor than 1C0 acres or 'llon8 which we cannot carry out. I dr Mcndy; other grades dull nnd weal, I ndivlded ll3V ,","ro"t,,, M0,,l "f In Stanrord and vicinity Tor the past land. I ' know or many lnstunces it nica ut 9207 10. 1'rollts. ...92.301 01 weeks, advertising tho excursion where the f,rst crop has more 1 4,301 oi hree than v,l)lcli his company wll1 run to their paid for the land. On ' "" "'U "n account or the Deposits on which Interest y.M45 10 land on August 1st. In n couvorsa-tloIs not paid lM crops are with n represcntathe or this paNotes nnd llllla ,an-heaper, Mr. Sturges said: "Our land U located . the '"VTu" ..90,000 00 "Tho farmcra or the country ure of tho artesian v.e.1 heit or 00 IIIIIb 1'ayuhle 9,800 ..,. uwnkening to the ract that IrrlRated nti nml ..w litiv.. .... i..ni " . uuuftu i.kiui ii moiis, hi .. .. in ... 12,800 00 .. ... ull iiiuiiuusiiu e k ill' i ii ni interested III our prop."; furniiiiR U the only successful tiielhod Ply or in.ro water fn -- r. w.i. HltI(m ",, , nenover we Unci Hint . nn Total ....971,510 17 of inaklns money rrom tho tlllins or ii.i i.ru fi.ouu ieei ueep nnd are S nBeiit iiilsrepresents our proposition OF .... the soil. It la a Krcut ndvnntugo to lliih.k In i1luiii.ir.tp w . .State ol Kentucky county or Lincon lie able to turn tho rain on Jun when water In two.o mill.,,,, ual.on r'..,nnke" ,ft'r8 ,,ml " ,es,Umn, BOURBON POULTRY Set: could possibly carry crop needs und take Just a- - much ! or reservoirs, Iivtv are dolmr a foci. ... ' Hone I, J. C. llallcy Cashier of the aboo the CURE ' '", " with the bervlces of .... Twenty nrres of In Isated tlmat.. inn.i i...uinn.. .win u uu nB It needs. Futuriry Mimed hank, do solemnly swear that " i) 'Ii iiKentg down the throat ol a esplnt n8 quickly as possible Grcttesl ColtSb'r in tie World chicken, dettrors the worms tho nbove statement is true to tho IN PREMIUMS ana saves tnecnict ill e. llf ..... ilflu.1i - nml 1inllf Idea Every Mother Hat. TLr Otaer lUc'j CiiiU Hins SuHei made to our mcasu.o js prererable Afewdroptln the crlnmng " Best of al! American Horse Sbws Spring Called to bedside of u fond mother's water cures and J. U. I1AII.KV Cash'r Hii'ii-Cii- u to ready made clothos. To havo them Ronniss Snlrndiil Hiinls v nf Pvrv Oat Subscribed and sworn to me by J. baby boy, the doctor diagnosed the all made to moasure deeM't coat any a ill lluttas Ractt Daily oieut us acute rheumatism. Tbe moth of Live Stock For 'the treatment of White Diarrhoea Inchlcks c. Ualley this 23th day Of July 1011 My new spring and summer samplos cr respondod quickly: "Acute and IlUckhesd and other dJieatea In turkeys more than ready made ivhea quality .My Commission oxplies Jan, 2.th mutism. I might havo known rbeu are It; for your BOURBON POULTRY CUBE HAS HO EQUAL ms, John Kdmutou. Notno- - I'uhiio erythlng bo does or says U Just ev Theynow readytho beat on Inspection. and rit la considered. (,'ome la and aa HERBERT A. KLINE CARNIVAL COMPANY comprlso the market Curtis iJover, W. E. Tcrltlns Josh cute." can suit anyone as to prlco who bad let me take your measure. One 30c bottle makes 12 oeUon of medicine. Directors, Wilson. For Bale Uy bis clothes mad0 to order, A mlt H. C. RUPLEV, TSe J0UETT SH0USE, Sec'y, Lexbgto Ky. Practlcl TalJor, NEW STANFORD DRUQ CO. sul-Je5G-2- EATS WHAT HE LIKES AFTER TAKING FREE SAMPLE THE FARMERS The Condition ... " " ,. m i., . .... iyiun sss Failures j I z & lfc- - .' iiJ M 1;i ' ulJZu& ,M,S $&$ trZPlf&FJffSU'KiiSA' wf SS-- VoU-len- l.u-in- .... tle ts - OTS' mm& wsimskSsmmstBmmm 'JW.J3.:2&iJ7TttM. JP ' ocn u pi ioi g Blue Grass Fair jj ii O i o 91-7- LiLiUINUiUiN, IS.EslNIUUJS.1 AUGUST 7, 8,9,10,11,12 6 Big Days tind Nights 6 U. 5 MarineBand, Daily Concerts tn.Cniate. Zust L T rcdls-counte- Aeroplane Flights Daily by J. A. D. McCurdy 3 '" flf&ftk"e ?D,UirJ 1P4)R0P M PREVENTS DISEASE .., tJULV--' .. """". ... T" J TlStiS T' W J rt . $2S,000 ,. ,, ....d ...""" lne Suitings O D r"&:FSw 2 pisir.rv.ivaoi ioi icl