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The Stanford interior journal: August 4, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911080401_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: August 4, 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 Stanford Interior Journal VOLUME XXXVIII. NO. 61. tlio STANFORD, LINCOLN SCHOENE. COUNTY, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911. MULE EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY. CHANGES IN RURAL ROUTES party nl Mare sburg Farmm have been buy thresiiiiijr Br'onylng to R. Curtis at .Waynes-bur- g wheat nml sowing buckwheat through Two Recent Deaths. -- ?Hits section. Tate, Rose Pike, .Intel Fruuciseu. In the ptesence of only a few J .M. llnico of yottr fliti' was mro Cnbfe. lUtu Ueitrmle AlHrlm, I'.ttu friend and clatters Mi Ma Moore hut week bujing hoga for A ,T. Nuii- Popular Stanford Girl Weds OklaWiiyncsliurg, Auj;. 3 .Miss Mall Delivery In Lincoln County To Frilli, Mix. Ditmy Hunynif of lhu eity nml Mi. Kdjur Seh'ione Mr. If. Curtis bad the misfortune iiellcy. Hilton, Messrs. Douglas Martin, (iny of Omnhn, Nebraska, wcio married homa Man Here Last Wednes- , New Be Greatly Facilitated A laro urowd from here spout tins lo lose a line mule last week Some, Robert, Frank Ward, IfnU Wllinott here Tuesday. The eeiemony which day. Route From Crab Orchard ere entered his pnslure and shoi it. day, in Cincinnati .Sundny. Cyroii Owriix, W. M. l'.vnmi, John took plaee in the hiimu of Mr. ami Mr. Curtis offered a reward for inMr. It. J. Iloguc is one tho sick a lienton. W. II. Shank was a tcry quiet reTho wedding of .Miss Ifoliertn Setcrul important ruml runic formation regit rdii if the culprit, bill libt. onr, tho only attendants being 11 vision iin to lie imulo liy tlio PoM-ollland Mr. Ktnonucl Jnj Airs. Titos. Alford is ill also. Mine has been received. TRUSTEE ELECTIONS Mister ol the Initio Mih KHcn Moore l)i'Mirlincnt in l.inroln comity was solemnized on WednesIf. J. Hoguo ntt ended tho Suniluy Crolher Oodboy of Bee Lick, and .Mr. V. .1. Slioene of Heiievn, on tlif 1st of September nil of which pronelud here Sunday and Sunday school convention at Grove Sunday. day nftcrnoon nt 3 o'colok in tho York, !nve been sought by Coiigremuu To Be Held In Lincoln County School Nev llu-,- . .1 it brother of the jcrooui .Kouteu a: Moliiui(. homo on Lancaster street William Dishou of Millodguviflo II. .lone-- officiatint:. Tho The Miss Corn Nuiiiiellcy was in town i.iijhl Districts Saturday. llnney Holm fur some lime. When ged 81 yearn died of cancer ami Tho hall nml parlor were used for The Death Angel visited our Inidc whs attirid 111 a nm- -t liccninim: Tueduy. .ut in effort tlwy Aill greatly fucill-Itit- c Sunday night and called the remains were brought- - here for tho occasion being gracefully deco.Mr. Jim MiKiuney xent Jlonday Election of trustees la the school tniM'lim; xiiit of blue. Minn F.llei. tln dclitcry of until to the pillbuiial. Ho is survived h, 1.1 chil- rated with smilax, honeysuckle nnd Mnlor Johnny Smjth, the Mid Tuesday in Louisville il.tricU of Lincoln (omity will he Moure in white. ions on the routes nlTeoled. son of Mr. Charley Smyth, and dren .1 grandchildren and 4 great stintlowers. The lights were shaded Immediately niter the w1MI11c. Ilowcu, of ilisc Sue mid Talitha Hut Florence (sives the Interior held Sntiiiilay, August filh ihe infant son of Mm. I.enn Ilnrlen-on- . grandchildren ami wife Much sym- with n pale green, and white and Haeli-couple auail rhower of visitin Journal (he following bulletin of the 't Mtle interest is being taken the happ3 for Ilcndeiou, a Ky., where liuenxter. areLyons Misses The former was a ictitn of pathy is felt for the berciued ones. green candles were used to furthet lice, lelt their piclly Itiilh and at hinges which will k '"I" dffi'et oil ill these. olectiotp although it 18 Very scarlet fever and the cnusc of the Claude Singleton who has been carry out the predominant tones. I lie piiiciitx of the gloom rcxilln. Tlie home "Ljomlale." the 'late named. important that the host iiicii 'at chit unknown. Their workiii'.-- in Arizona for a few months Cctwcoii the two parlors tlio ureli bride it a (liuinlitci-- of Mr. .1. II. Mina 'Irace Ooode is Mitim; IrHtcr's death i Itnrul Itoute No. I will not 11111 vn for thexo places a the trustees was cntwino.l with honeysuckle, and parents have the synipnthy of many is now with his parents here. Moure of tliU place, ami in a liniiil-om- e friends in Danville. of I'niii'liereville, harlrier been 'to elected hae the gnn'rnincnt of friends in their bereavement. Cicero Dishou nfter nn acciiiiiplihi'd of bcieath it was Ihe satin pillow surount: woman Mis M. Catherine Murphy, of reduced 111 length four miliw 011 ne- - (hi1 (niiiitv schools in their lunula, Misses Mnbelle and Ida Oo.icb S years is spending a few days with rounded by white roses. In tho hall For m'MtiiI years she attcmlen mid Uitors, .Misscn Flotcnce s"l(!t the ineiiiheiH ol the County eoiuil of a new itinil route winch Cnmpliell lliicrmau eollie 111 Nooc, of lliirjtin ami Atuia Fishbaclt, who have been visiting friends here, relali.es at this place and King's whcio the piano was placed Miss Pc will start from Crnli OrcliMrd to be ii.mrd of I'.diiciition ami tuiehcrs. gi.son who has a lately soprano voico lnie ret tuned to their home nt Som- - Mountain. aflei which kIic hh Ih'Ih1 ol I'aris. were in town Thuribiy. In nmiiy of the districts 110 noiiiiun huovii hx ('nib Oreharil Itoute No. liMir of iimlhemallew in that Wade Ilogue and Cousin Mis sang "Oh Promise Mo." mid was acilix. .Joe Mcltowcti, of Louisville, mile nmdo tor truxicex, to the mid which will terre the four lions havv been Mr. Ilnrriaford l'reslon invoke one Pearl Hague were visiting nt It. 'J. companied b Miss Kllen Callou. Iin Mr. Sehociie, !iuv irtnC irrtnl is the ituest of Mr.- -. V. 1). New bum. un- - iil)tiitiui taken olf Stanford Itoute N'o. I and ami in only two iliitrictx 111 th mediately 11lcr the song, Miss Callou i'ttUl Inst week to find his dwelling Do'.'tie's Inst week. UHtid ftoiu .Slate l'niciilr, hIio Mesdiimes A M. Foe and .loitn practically all of th Proaeherwtillo ly are there oiwteM over tin- place. tnupht in lux Alina Mnlei for two Itlitiu wcie at Hlixir Sptiutts In- -t in flames. The house soon burned to Miss Margaret Hunters is with began tho march from Lohengrin, lnllxinet ounlry, The' are in Stanford nothiifg Mis, Fred Sunaway at Highland for nml to it the bridal party entered Ihe '.Mound and out No. 'I, dirisimi 1 in which both W. ('. oir.. Mv. anil Mt. heliocne will week. Staiifonl Kotile N'o. -'. ntnkt their future home ic Omaha, The Usher, Messrs. Lester O'Can-nu- ii was sjned. The origin of the lire is a lew days. Dr. 0. S. William, is in I Infinite pike, hat, been iaerettt'-c- tl f MHlen and I.. T. Snath are scekius; the N'obrril(8. unknown. and Welch Ifoehestcr preceded Miss Caroline and Lulu Itust of I'a., this week. in leimtli to nerve three inilx-- furthe triisteeclrlp. and in Wynelmrv ' Miss Mary Ifeynolds is ery loxv Newpoit nrc pleasant visitors here. tho maid of honor, .Miss Colviu who is Malting Mish Mary Leu Lo-- an .1 wltere of li. (). HntwH-iitfther to the relileae' Vitli.lMrii't N'o. . division v ilh l.phoid fever. Girl Weds. .Mrs. Win. Dishou was visit inir at wore a charming gown of yellow mca I'ett.wille. to I.mm' id then retrace ,), T. Cell and C. M Koto, are ean . Mr. I. ('. Singleton and family L. D. Hartleys Inst week. She 11N0 saline veiled with gold net and trimMr. Doyle Keid .ind family of Dan Mr. Thoitiii- - I'nikn ami Mi- - !er- will be held nl eortM'r. Milsli. Ah election Stan-fou- l, spent Sunday lit K. W. Mays'. Msited a number of relative while med in geld rosps. Sho enrriod n from Wnyiien-biii- ir ,'CowlnHil Hi the Mime IIimh ou the tMlde N'oet were ijuietly married M'- - ville ami Mrs. F.d Kennedy, of Itnrul Jtmite N'o. Mr. Dun Curtis, of Cincinnati, is here. louitiel of jellow asters. Miss will arrive next week to be the tcnlMr nfteriioiui at the (Mtit parmid U earh beefl toting a "i cent ;HslioM of with his brother. It. Curtis. 011 her father's nrm then A Children's Day will bo given ut mail with Itnnl iihx? on I.eMiiKloii -- licet b Dr. piicst of Miss Cluck (iiveiis. ner will - eclmare tn ihi tin $111(1 worth of Mi's. Surah Nolan has returned the M. K Church .., ..r i.....f Miss Alice. Williams, of Slielln ",,k- - ""V IHe HMiiiwimu) Sunday Am:. . uitcrod by way of the hall, while Mi. .1 0111 01 nmoioni n,nj urier Till tile jMirj"''" of holdinjt ' '' " ' l ity .is visiting friend- - here this 'from Danville where she has been We hope to make this an enjoyable Howeiistiuo and his .gi ooinsiunu, Mr. ivIhMcm of the ei utnieting purtio. xri.pi hHmwy. Mn trem Mmnorn ,v,,r tl.rm f M.,(. lo sonic tune. She is much improv- - day for tho young folks and the older Patterson catered thru' the second present. Imnieiliiilely after the weak. Here lor point on Mi)iicimiv uoaii' A crowd of Wii.Miesburg boys and Mr. .1. S. Cniponter leaves We. i ""mmy ihe yoims couple left on ones too. Von are united to come parlor. Ifev. D. M. Walker performemi be directed to thee point vw. TRAVELING LIBRARY HERE ed the ring ceremony during which ii.ueil pasM-nye- r Irain I'cgd'iy for Louisville for an opern-ttiu- i. ,irls went to Cim iuiiati Sunday. .1, Staiiford, there-- l and brimr well filled baskets. Karnl Koute No. the not Misses F.ui and Cora Singleton ('.. for a bridal tour mnkiwc dirmt etmniMtiim fo1 the Moss Norn I'ailgett went over near Miss Callou played softly the familiver Hie tj. Thl Library Coiiimixun at Fiank Mis Aline Darker is Millcrim; and Mes.rs. Oliver and Hoy Singlenbotx Kiiutit, Oitenheiui. Highland tort-- has deposited a free library of nf oi'iisl ibiH. The bride is a Crab Orchard Sundny to make her liar and beautiful Aseher Nocturne, ton attended the Fifth Sunday meetrmnrl ankle w,'111"1 mid 'aynehnrx. home at Didell Chancellor's for a The Mendelsohn march was used itatthter otlfei. If. . Noelnn.1 . with Hie WomanV fill oltiiae-.Mi is I.ois Willis Iuik ictutned from ing at firoe, Casey county. for tho exit of the party. Tho bride )'rtniiniHt iwwt of the mail out while. Wo' 1. most charming i.ml popular 0111tjr ChiciiKo where she attended the Club ol Stanford. t. Mr. James M. Ifeynolds was builty WSyiie-liurIih bei e.muiet-e- d Tit jeiMom of .Sliinli.nl for Olieuheini. Will Crown and wife of near Dry and groom left shortly on their wedile-i- re eerjotie in Stanfoid to hae hicrt last Saturday, when a tree he Ii'idge with the tinu of Duihilia A' I'ecil and omit other .otilhorn HinM came down last week to spend ding trip to the lakes and Mr. Howell the frfe ue of litis library which intr 'ns -- auinir, split mid fell 011 him. Miss Mii.wiii North is itine's former home Ccllefontaiue, 0. in the county hud to x" to ."nui tion years and is one of the tor scxcntl a few weeks with relativs. on Wednesday afterHi had a wry narrow lrom N. will be open t'ity from here oxer I lie I.. best yoitiur business um in the city. friends at Lnneiister. Mrs. Itustin Halo of Miiledgexillo The bride's going away suit was of o'clock. There noon from . 1). Dunn bus lutuiiicd cealli. .Mrs. Ilmivilli AiUocalc traaxfrr there to the Cincinnati Kirv (crtaiiifour to iieIkj ilixcrvi'l spent a few days with friends and dark blue with hat and veil to match vi-- it ntIi'to to Mr. mid ,'i'nim a There twill be an ice cream suppev wild theji Souther to Wa.iiipsliitix her wedding dress was a lotcly crealekitives here. which each reader xrill .Mrs. Fiank II111111. ai 1'llis.m school house Friday night, BEE LICK. Ho out on a Wimiexlwry ruml rout Miss Ruby Carroll i getting along tion white silk inariuisette oter satin l nut a book. Some member la Itriuht lleirni'' was in Stanfoid on August 4th. Kerybod is invited. Hie next day. Mail could be eiit to a ncely with her school ut Oreen Critir with trimmings of real lace Sho cucli V. IlllilV. Mr Arnislroii!; St. Todd, of DanI.imiville iiiueh quicker than to iminy ot the chili will act a Mr. Tine Crown Inn! three cattle I'lisincss Miss Virginia Nash who lias been v.'5)ro tho coiitontiouai wedding veil Mrs. Mary MaeAfce attuuded the xille. was hero to see his best girl 'poiutx in Lincoln county, ami it W wotk in the room ot Hie Male Hank killed by liahtnim; last week. in seliool nt Lexington came hones becomingly caught 011 top with a Friday. sanday. ihangex m the A; Tni-- I Co., where our rtinilar meei belieed lliat thi-Martin Smith i htj sjeU at his lair at I.itis;iser Saturday to spend her vacation with' spray of valley lillies; her bouquet Mr. Josiuli iCisbop left today for .Mrs. Mvitle (looeh and little ehil-t.ewill remedy intf. an- lichl. A list ol books will home near here. rural nmt.' Let parents near heie. Her sister was of valley lillies ainl bride's roses. l Im Klis.ii- Springs to try the baths. a His Conic nml yttcM later. ol' Dainille, visited her mother, Mich deffrt in the mull U'tiveiy Many useful and handsome 'gifts Mr. Wallace i naieli improvetl. D & .1) InstiMary Kliabeth of the o.nl pood book and if I urn it friends wish him a speedy Mrs I'. Itoiiten last week. testified the high favoriu which the Will nml Waltn Drown took a iminy tute at Danville - at home also. School begins at Wiiyncsburg on lu .wo week. voung couple is held. The brido has load of hctrie to Stanford, they old I Miss Ijiur.i'Sniidi.le has icturiicri l'resiilcnt W. I. V. August 7lh with Messrs. Virdl BRODHEAD. ulways been a Stanford fnvorito bv the iHitiiii load ipiickly. THE WONDER OF THE AGE M. K. I'ruit at Ifo-cfiom a isil to Mr Wheeldon as and A siuies of mceliinr was liegnui reason of her charm and splomtid Ci.nisMe. PREACHERSVILLE. tenehcis. .Mrs. Teen .lanper of Florida, vinit-- d elmreli 011 the liJbiL Th'i ) Swann's Kidney and Swann's Stom- ihniacter, while the gi 00111 is a Kathciiue Warnner, of Mis Crop- - down in this vicinity are Mi. Imhi Stonaes l AT thy Horn, capable young man of Musko i.eivii'1. aie conducted b Ife. Kob-ertach Remedies. is the jues of her aunt, Mr- -. to the wife of Tho- -. N'aylor tine in spile of the liy weather. wiJm ot Illinois. &ee. . M. Myers, of this city. Stiinf Cnsd. a nil e boy. Mary Mrs. Nannie Singleton and Jol.11 ltolibins lr..s lintm ,n Ike Mfk of 1: Among other presents, Mr. Howen-stine- 's W. If. 1muioIi1s s,ni Tuesdn Swann's KuIncN Itemidy is the of l.eins-o- f l'eii'.x attended the J..0. T. M. mlly Misses Snni Mathew I.onn llioiapson had a kmm1 Crib f'reiianl. lit. gilt to his brido was a beautikidney Shelby-JSllt-tliist mi this globe to bung ii.ii fn, a ttitititi Willi. ret its lor brokwi. Tim nl Somerset Friday. Mux. (icrlnnle .Martin U . uitUifr Imiph' ... It 1'. I'olhrd went to Crab Oivh- of worms from mail, woman and girl, ful diamond bar. BHiHial Imd to be killed. .Mis Squiivs and Mis. l'atnn in Ml. Vernon. , Air. and .Mrs. llowenstine did not nrd Satin day to mhi his wife who .. vvjii: 1,... o:i... ..r .lttat..dlui . '.." weie with us last week in the inler- - and those worms come in their urini succeed ill getting away without Mrx. Am. l'MaiiU, .Mr. Sara in the Sanatorium, in n palieot '. Fnnil; I.uk and wife. nl' Cilti- - u,t of L. 0. T. M. O. T. W. Mrs. .Mr. J. I). Woods' daughter was treatlti,? and nun lrnhti ate nailing mia a protracted mwtiiij; SanilBy lfe. CloHse and Foresli' iiteneh- - iiioru, are with hi. mother, Mrs. Al- Shinies is much liked 111 our com- - ed lor kidney troublos by able phy- some of the usual jokes Uuing played heech f I rote 011 them; they drove to Danville in M. .1. W. Tute. d at Cethel Chuicll rHesilay nwbl. ice l.usl; lot u lew days. i Mrs.. William Dyehoiie .iiiuiity mil we are nlwiis glad to sicians and theso said all had bc iUite . Mjter rilliaw and lt4ort Cns 1. ear, accompanied by Mr. Patterson Mrs. C. C. Metealt is worse at D.nrullo, I lime Iter come. Coyd Weathurfoul. of done that could be done in this case, Lave retanud homo alter a thice ill. 'Dr. .1. A. Ilmmoii in .ill'SHlanee. I Ids writiiqc. Miss Colviu and Miss Ferguson wilt x.as wiHi iclntives heie Suiulav. "D.11U could live but tour or llu inloHl son oC and she Ibis letter is not liom Utile Harry Crow 11. Mit in Crab (Irelwid ami longer before We lmyti a belter pi.wHei for a Wrisht, ot LihorU, passed Flod r but from "SiMishine Corogli." dnjs longer. She started to. get well remain for to few days Mr. and Mr. Mnefee Stnnlord. turning their respective homes iiood corn i,ssjiw Ihtin tluui fin been tliioinjb lieie Siiinhiy en route to Lev t ilosu of, Swann's Kid- - u tho liist Cro. 0. M. Itolarls. ot Ke.. .1.1- - u''-- v '' k; ia Cincinnati. Ohio and Wheeling, iiiuton. I .1 .',.... ... .l.i.lllis . s ...ti. ill tlu.ii.il ml for ear. LINCOLN COUNTY SUNDAY j Miev 111111 1, iciueily nml toilny alter iwo West Va. The guests included Mr. I,'III1I y,i.,i.,. lieu was 111 tort 11 MoihIiin, br is eon Dcoplcarc al t lhroui:'i swinj Miss Matlie Kico of Danxille is the Smoot of Coviutttou, Woods miiiI slut was the Mi's I'annie SCHOOL ASSOCIATION j ears Mr. liiciliitf a irwNlii)( at I'iitiiboce. James O'Cauiiou of Greensville, Vilest of Miss I'.li.a D. liout for a Mencf lilmore buckwheat. licallhiest child in his family. Free MLss. Air. and Mrs. William West A lame crowd Irom here aie plan-iii- ii is with her brother, few days. '.imposed testimonial by Mr. J. D. Woods of ami faniilv. 111111I111I conientii An to j;o out nei .SniiikiN and hear I BROUGHT0NTOWN of Laiuaster, .Mr. and Mis.. joe i,ynii .Mr. ami Mrs. ;, Dillcha.. and Jlises Mary mid Ora. e Ilam- ol suiieriyloiiilents, pastors, teach- Wnyncsburg. K., If. F. I). No. 4. Cot fey ol Frank tort, Misse Nell, Fiiiiii theie hu will K' to StiiH-forMr. and Mis. lluucnc Dope, of Dan- ' Ffifiliiiiiniil ..r c..-- . Him., tin. ,ii..iliui. nl' 11. ..11. lb M.w nrc .must., nf delegates is held each year, This new discovery is sold at Pen-n'- s Josephine ers and and Mnrgaret Warren, 1 die, motored here Sunday and wen I'luele. MenetVe mV,..! Crown, is 'a Mrs. J. A. drug store. including all the denomination!. I Miss Sadie Iticlianls and Trick their Miss Mary Cureh. Mrs. Sheltou Sail? guests of Mr. ami Mis. J. II. Kout There will be sel vices at the Metbo her loxed ones in this seelion Sh schools in Lincoln count . Wu Smith of Wilmore imd stomach trou- ley, Mises Pa Howling . I Mt. Vei'iiin. were douti tlie Alcorn and Alary Mrs. Jeff North, of Chattanooga, mid Sunday is h'. yonr old and will probably years, she had tried many dist church Siindax take pleasure in announcing this ble fur ( has. Saturday and Mi. and Mr. Higains, Mr. and Mis J. C. MeClary has returned flntn visit to relatives meeting each Wed- make her hist tup oil a train when citing for August :i(lth, beginning remedies but never was cured until 'Davis, j. W. 'Itidci. Shitle.N Tate, nfght. I'ra.xer Mrs. John O Ifeid, Misses Clara nnd site returns to her home in Laurel 11. this section. with n convention address on the she had taken Swann's. Mr. W. A. nesday night. mid Loyd Miller were down Sunday. Lucile Cooper. Mrs. W. L. MeCnrty, Misses It ut li Tanner, of Mclvinney evening of the Uflth. The upcnker Palmer. Wilmoie, Ky.. II. F. I),. No. Corn, to the wife of Jim Anderson, coiinly. Her daughter .Mrs. Susiiu A row of Mr. I'er SheltonV was will ur- Mr. and Mr. P. W. Whipjt, Miss Kiln I'liiy ame to risjl her heie A 3Ir 'r.iul Nell Wright, ot Liberty, v.'i'd bo aiuioiinced later. let all people know 1. wish could colored a boy ki'le.1 bv the ti am Inst Friday. . ived Wednesday to be guests ot Mae Saunders, Mrs. Martin, Mr. Itob W. It old, hi r Hlair is We want every school in the county just what a wonder Swann's remedy Iiisenli llniiiiiiomls mid fk'orveSut -- Cnciie 1' ., . ill I" Hurt Tuis bc-Ml Ifoso MeColuinck. Coffey, Mrs. Alary Penny, Misses llrowu will let urn wan ncr on tuu get ready for th'w county union is, when two doctors did not help ert Sunday. to ton went to Cinciiiuali Mrs. S. S. Itohuisoii had the hut is some heller now. Marie Mahoney and Paulino Hooker, meeting, mid help to make it a great my niece of kidney trouble I got Latest advires from the post ot tup. Miss Itosii Dike and .1. Christie to sprain her ankle quite se- Nunnelloy, Mrs. W. K. Wheat crops are tine in this secgathering. The sessions will convene bottle of this wonderful remedy and Mrs. Collie IieO dcpiiitiiieut say that the new ttroly while getting out of hei bug-- ! Crnb Orchard List Sunday. wer in Warnor, Miss Mattie Pnxton, Airs. tion, mid turning out well. t at the Christian church of hhiinfnrd. from the first dose she started F. D., route out of Crnb Orchlast Monday. Cli.is Hurt and .1. Francisco were It. If ice Conge has to liuliuiiii. j Three ladies from each church will get better and for four days she Ifubett Carpenter, Air. nnd Mrs. ard end known us Crnb Orchard, No ordially JIrs; Kugcne Dunn in Mt. Yiiiuii Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Crvant Ilrnun ate ou intertain-(mcii- t passed kidney worms in her urine, C. K. Tate, Airs. Julia Hughes, Air. serving the patrons of those iiiteresled in embroidery jiomposc a committee Misses Matlie Ifiuis of Richmond 'J, will start Howenatino will return to Stanford evpceling their daughter, Mrs. I.011U lis fallows: Mrs. J. H. Pnxton. and I must bay theo remedies are route Setd ember 1st. to meet with her Saturday nfteruooii and Ada liehind ot Maysville are for a short tisit befoie goinj to N'oakcs from ()eiisluil'o. Hugh Keid. Miss Annie Melvin-!iworth their weight in gold. Sold by Muskogee Okla., to make .their hoax. at 'A:W o'clock at the resident"! of 'Mrs the clients ol Miss Miranda Tate. MisJcsso .Weareu, Mis. K. J. Penny's Drug Store Stanford, Ky,. TOM BRIGHT AN HONOR MAN lrs. Will McKinnoy ou West Main. Mr. ami Mrs. L. C. Hilton visited Loss of Time Meatr, Loss of Pay Crown. Mrs. W. M. Cright, Mrs. Kola Made by the American Herb ami here Sunday nml Monday. Iviilnc? ml tht il 1. tioiiir Succeeded. Mrs. J. Plant Co., Junction City, Ky. IVug-gis- ls l( 00k. Mrs. J. A dispatch to tho Cnurjcr-JoiimMany Riven ol Avon. Misses Stella mid Annie Griffith siy lo. me cud ' 1. Artist "My object was to try to exC. Saitain. Mrs. Will Tucker, ami agents week lias this which will be of breeds cans and country stores and There are the "Upper" Avon, known ot Ford risited Mis. J. It. Cass Tues this MC press all the horrors ot war. How do ' worldr, man K. L. interest to the many friends of Mr. lo , o oaancujicaro Mis. N W Fowlo and Mrs. write us lor prices 011 this wotuler-fu- l you like UT" Frleail "I have never 121-1lav in nl WediieMlay. Little IViitu. SUsStreator, II .. Avnn. " ,,, rwicnire rlB.n, ljOWPP OP The ladies will p'.eai-n Ueinhart. I'. Cright. Ihe eldest sou of seen anything more horrible." Lonren edy. Mr, nml Mi. J, II. Dike Mr. ami Thomas was so had from kidney and lilinN Whlcb la Uatb. and the East or Hamp-le- r meet and elect committees ami make don Opinion Mr and Mrs. W. M. Cright; Mrs. It. II. Ilaiiim, al:ended the trouble that he could not wink, ghlre Avon, on which Is Salisbury. The such urrangeiucnls as are ncci'scin'v Charlottesville, Vn July till Till' They Both Need Them. ttow Into tho Severn, the last fair ThiiiMla.. first id in due lime. Cv older of the ux Many a Suffering1 Woman registrars' record of the iinixersitv Jail he says. "I took Foley Kidney (into two Knsllsh channel at New York has shipped 25.00Q Ulbles the Misses Jewel Francisco ami I'tta Pills tor only ti short time and got Nobody In New id. ot Virginia which hno just been to San Francisco. Mall church tiarbor.-Lou- don In Mt. Vernon Thursday. nth were well and was soon able Tho choirs of the different cliurch-- i York has any use for Ulbles. Mllwau drags herself painfully through her for tlio sesiion or UHO-HIfeeling well Miss Anna Cuss Is visiting in Stan will jdeuse meet and prepaie sonie kee Sentinel. daily tasks, suffering from backache, show that the following students go back to work, ami inn heiiltliier than before." Foley's Hay fever asthma and summer colds sjieeinl music; llm Sunday school ford this week. headache, ncnoiisiioss, loss of impofrom Kenlueky attained distinction mid must be ivlieuil iiucl. mid FoIeV in action, Allen ItnriU'tto has relurnej !iimn ou all examinations in all courses Kidney Pills nro tonii choirs are to bo included. Mrs. . More people, men and women nro lite mid poor sleep, not knowing Iter and Tar Compound will to after a three weeks' visit in George- 'undertaken. In tho lit is the inline liiickin uviilts a good friend to ''Money M. Carpenter will please act as ehair-iiin- n trouble tlian ever before mid eacV ills are duo t kiiluc) ami bladder Stewart 10:14 Woltram St., Ihe working ainn or woman who suf- - it. K. town ami SliHI ville. Mr. II. will of T. V. Cright. of Slanfisjl. suffering from kidney and bladder troubles. Folet's Kidney Pills give of the iniisiu comtuittee. ' have been t fors fiom kidney ills. For sale by Cliiiiiitfo, writes: mid a prompt return to health and leiue for Oxford, laij;laml 1st" of The oxeeutive eominittee met two year more oflhem turn for quick ly troubled tjuring the hot summer & Tiiuiiei', Stanford. Septembir, where he will cuter Do not allow votu' kidney and permanent benefit to Foley's ipiiek lehet lrom uiiii mid misery 'months wth hay fever and find that ' i.ftoruooiis last week and prepaied a chnnl hnvlnt: receixed the Rhode bladder trouble to develop beyoml which has proven fcticiigth. No woman who so suffers will be pubiish- - Kidney good oloyV Honey and Tar Fault of the Sex. "''"1 get great lelief." ManyCom- -- !id in program which order oi'the ex- - itself to Itemed),of the most effective can attord 10 .n 01 look Folej's Kid-i.e- y sdiohifship last ve,ar. the teach of medicine. Take Foley he one due tune. Cy olhWomon wight have a much better pound Pills, or sale by Miugnr 4 Tan-- 1 Kidney Pills They gie uuick ail! Miss Ciitherino Kdwards of Richwill bo glad tditive conunittee, D. M. Wulker, remedies for kidney ami bladder stop iirogtilarities with tlme together It they would not set us who suffer similarly Albright mid it, Staufind. mond U viilinc Miss Hazel ments th .1 inednal science has do - pvtsnlent, Mrs. J, J Diekev, ee'y. (u benefit by Mr Stewart's expenJealous ot one another's cUxhs. ltiH Kotiitilnv eeninjr n crowd of surnrlsing luotuptnoss, or sale by For sale by Shugars & Tutiner. ' tutgri & Tanner, Stanford iict. Sold by Shuaurs & Tanner. vniiiiR nlku enjoyed a hay ride to Ali-s- the AIisso Mcdill. cs given bv 'hose Irom lure n MOORE HUSTONVILLE. Ne- SHOT TO DEATH PLEASANT POINT 'W O'BANNON-HOWENSTI- NE were, .Mr. nml Air. J. M. Roberts Loin nml Limit Albright, Itnii-il- Attractive Stanford Girl Marries braska Man. 1 anil Mrs. James Powell tunc uiiirncd homo from 11 pleasant visit to Mr. nml Mm M. K Harper at Salisbury, N. C. Miss Knlli Culberson, of Coting- 'ton, in the attraclitc guest of Mr, dial Mix. H. I. (,'mnuitr. anil fninily. Mr. John 1). Iliirtou ha rctuni-Mrtis- 'id from Indianapolis, whoie j itcil lier son for a few weeke-Mrs. 0. F. Ailm.orc, of Peoria, III., is visilimt lier niece, MUa Annie iMr. . . ij ' 1 1 -- How-custi- ne com-mtm- itj Poit-Inud- cr el vi nli-on- ee 1 ' - 1 '- tn I'ilt-Tnir- jr. t 1 ieeril nflili-iHi.- il 1 ..-.1 v- 1 l.. .. jf 1 1 11 -- ld. L'ui-eri- -- 1 -il t 11 tib-eti- lo-fn- re e hihi u, 111 eon-dilii- y. oe well-kno- Lex-iiilo- fii-s- do-n- u. .s ,', .,., -J ks , 1 111 d. j,. ug S1111-i- 'U 11 11 ... 1 1 soii-iu-hi- ... mis-loitu- 11 mcl 1 ! I c, nl 1 I 1 111 1 -- l.mi-cast- er ! Christ-cntiiel- v col-lut- Jl t; ' great-Sliugai- -s ''' ti-e- d. k2r: yer"--- ? w The BANl) WILL Interior Journal U. S. MARINE Established 1872 PLAY FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY taken by people in tropical countries all the year is AT THE BLUE GRASS FJ Coming of This Musical Organization Indicates Importance of the Big Exposition Week of August 7th to 12th HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher Cleanses the System effectually; Dispels II A YEAR STRICTLY Tn ADVANCE Entered at ttio pottoftlco nt Stan ford bb second class mall. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. colds and Headache dvt to constipation. To qtt round. It stops waiting and keeps up the strength and vitality in summer as well as winter. ALLDRUCCISTS STRONG PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your BankJAccount. CAPITAL $50,000. Best for men, women and children ; young effects, always note the name of the Company, and old. its Beneficial Fk3 For Governor James Kor I.lcut. governor Kor Treasurer Thos. S. Ithea. For Secretary of State C. V. Crere- litis. For Utomcy CJoneral James OnrnctL for Stnto Superintendent or Schools nnrkidalo llamlett. CoinniMsloncr Agriculture Nowmnn. U. McCrcary. U. J. McDormott ; . -1W . fi Iff i PROFESSIONAL AND OUSINCSS CARDS aWPaBaBaBM Open an Account With us TO-DA- Y. SURPLUS $25,000 WOlPfcJaiMi .aM aMf HaHsWaataTj jLssssm D. D. CARTER t Caiifopnia of Syrup Co. to' For plainly printed on the r'or Uottt of every package For J. W. LIVERY AND FEED STABLE STANFORD, KY. AT THE NEW GEM THEATRE HIGH CLASS OPEN EVERY ! the Genuine Clerk Court of Appeals It. 1.. Greene, Commissioner W. F. HnUrooid Ulolr Circuit Judgo Charles A. Har din. I ti The growth of this bank is the best evidence that its policy and methods are in ac cord with present day needs. The Farmer, Merchant or Trader seeking connections, will find this bank as liberal in its dealings as is consistent with sound banking. We are at all times prepared to discuss yourrequirementswith you and invite consultation. wiiifnm 11 Hhnnka nnnouncos nib from candidacy for Representative i.inmin rmintv. subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Kditor Wattersou continues to rant nml tear his hnir over the pros pects of the Democratic btatc contention on August 15th iimcrtinp n county unit plank in the state platform. Anil in the meantime almost i very democratic paper in the state is declaring that such n plank should be there. Mnie Henry talks' about the tide toward "Paternalism," "federalism", and other isms in his editorials mid thinks that the adoption of a complete coun ty unit law is simply a step toward Mate-wid- e prohibition. He is trjing mighty hrd to make the liquor ques tion an issuo in the coming campaign, but we do not believe that he will bucceed. The great editor insists th.lt locnl option and not county unit is democratic, but it looks to us like splitting hairs or defining the difference between twpedledeo and tweedledum, democracy to us seems best defined as where the people themsehes rule. Thrre is on gninsnying the fnct that in Kentucky the unit of government ot the people is in the county. There is no precinct rule; there is no or township organization; the basis of the governmental fabric of the state is in the county, and it Mrikes us as eminently democratic that the people of each county shall have the rijtlit to say how their community shall be governed: It Is tme there is the city government in the counties to be reckoned with, but in the overwhelming majority of the counties o fthe state the citiens of tho organized cities in a county compose but a very small proportion of the county's population. The present law in which the cities of lnrger population are made the goorning unit unto themselves, strikes us as being eminently Just and was so accepted by the temper-nic- e lenders at the session of the legislature at which it was cnacteu but if the majority of the democrats of the state believe it ought to be further extended, we are willing. Wo believe the people of a county are sovereign and none of Editor Wntterson'n thunderbolts can ever make us think otherwise. It is true democracy where the people govern their will is absolute as to how Icir community shall be regulated, and controlled. And the people speak through a .majority of their number. If. there is any truer democracy than this we would be !?lnd for the editor of the Courier Journal to enlighten ns. double-barrelled dis--tri- ot FOR REPRESENTATIVE 1 MOVING PICTURES NIGHT Former Director Animal Industry 2,000 Feet of New Pictures Every Night For Only 5 and 10c STANFORD, KY. Phllipplno Islands. HenryL. Casty, D. V. S. Veterinarian. Ex-Vet- er marian United lOfflco LOGAN'S STABLE, l'hont. 432, Agent American Hog Clioloni Scrum DANVILLE. KY. MASONS' MEETINO. Lincoln IdiiNo.flu K.A A. M. will meet In itnlptl rommuiilrntlun on rue nm nml third MoRdny nluhL cf phcIi month. Hi Iiao , o'clock In th.lr hall on mln Htan. ford. Ky. MemlTi of iiitrr lod(f lire liultnl to lmprrnt. T. W. Pennington Hro. sin-eft- Stut:s Armv United States Marine Band, from Photograph Taken In Front of the White House, Washington D. C M Lincoln County National Cow Hext to Bank Court-Hous- e Stanford, Ky. ft,-- : WE MAKE LOANS On approved security whenever warrant given to conditions The most remarkablo opportunity been offered, the people of Kentucky in a musical way will bo the appearance of the famous United States Marine Hand, which comes from Washington City to play at the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington throughout the week of August 7th to 12th. Conceded by competent judges everywhere to be tho best organization of Its kind in the world, tho fame ot the Marine Band has extended to every section of the country. It may be truthfully stated that in very large degree it was this band which made John Phillip Sousa, the noted band master, famous. Under bis direction the Marine 'Hand attained a degree of eminence that brought it into International prominence and during the term of its present leader, Lieut. William A. Santelmann, it has fully maintained the standards then seL Tho mere statement that the Marine Band Is coming to the Blue Crass Fair carries with it a tremendous testimonial of the Importance of the big exposition which will hold forth at Lexington during the second week in August. Never before has this noted organization appeared on the grounds of any fair state, district or county. Indeed, only In Instances of the largest expositions, such as the World's Fairs at Chicago and SL Louis, bad it been allowed to lepe Washington. Its coming to Lexington is the result of three years' work on the part of the management of the Blue Grass fair. Efforts have been made continuously for each of the past three years to (secure this great organization, but without success, until the present season. And in this Instance the result has been achieved only through the that has ever it Prefer- influence of Hon. Champ Clark, speaker of the house of representatives, who through personal effort secured the consent of the Presi powerful MARKSBURY .Mrs. Mnli.in is quite sick. Hn King bold to date Arnold .'10 ho!( weighing 200 pouixK at 0 cent". Jim Sutton bought of Jno. Anderson a sow and '2 pigs for $28. ence, of course, being ur regular depositors dent of the United States and of the JOHN COOK secretary of the navy, to allow the Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. band to mako the trip. KacU ot th Specialist on ll horse and animal men composing the organization Is en disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 " titled to a furlough for a brief period W. W. BURQIi eery year. By granting all of the fur DKNTI3T. loughs for the week of August Tth tc Office at Residence, 12th, tho navy department made pos CRAB ORCHARD. KV slble the engagement of the band by tho Blue Grnss fair without violating DR. T. W. PENNINGTON Its own rule. Throughout the summer months the Dentist A.M. and 1 to P.M Marine Band ghes a concert on the Hours S:3-1me Myers House flats Stanford K lawn in front of the White House at Washington each Saturday afternoon WILL ADAMS After the regular concert on the afterLivery; all Kinds of hauling. Furnoon of August 5th, It will take a spe- niture packing. cial train to Lexington, arriving over S'anforti, Ky. Phone 173 the C &. O. railroad on Sunday. Au D. Steenbergen, sells, builds, reJ. gust 6th. Sunday evening a special pair! and adjusts scales rock sacred concert will be given at the bottom prices. See him fornt prices Blue Grass fair grounds and each aft- beforo you buy. Address Stanford. K ernoon and evening throughout the F. D. No. 1. ivu-- t week of the fair this splendid band DR. W. N. CRAIG, will furnish the music. Oculist and Optician The opportunity that will thus be afforded the people of Central Kentucky Officii iaver 11. J. McltobcrtV Store. Stanford, Ky. Is absolutely unprecedented. Any lover ot music would gladly pay from L N. 11.00 to $1.50 to hear such an organization as the Marine Band, but at the No. Jl rtouta.lltxr. . No. a, Moutn, 10;iS a M. Ulue Grass falrnroKmged concerts by No. 4, Sorlh. 4140 A. M, this band will be heard and innumeraNo.n. Norlb,6:v r. u. No.JT, luiJSA. . ble features of the greatest Interest No.,tsor. a. will. In addition, be offered all for the J08. 8. RICE, Assent. admission fee of fifty cents. It, there fore, seems reasonable to suppose that FRUIT AND SHADE TREES on the strength ot this one feature the Everything for Orchard Lawn management of the fair may antic! pate and Garden. crowds. At each concert not only will an ex- Write for Free Catalogue. No. Aitnta cellent program of instrumental music H. F. HILLENMEYER JL S0N8. be given, but there will also be arled vocal selections. The Marine Band has its own chorus of splendid male voices and the programs will bo so ar ranged as to give the audiences the Wthre In position to do all klndt 0f full benefit of the training and the Hlock Work, PrmDlt tnen and, in tact, we can make any thins from a melody ot these voices. boaiedown tothiot poit. We can Mrrt yon promptly and (uarantrs work and material. Call and get oar prtcei ith their futher Mr. W. 0 before yoo bay your material at leait. I am instructed to sny the mem bers of the church will meet new Stanford, Ky, Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock n. give the cemetery a thorough clean (7 ing. Also those who are not mem bers but are interested in the g.aes 2 record-breakin- Trunks Suit Cases Traveling Bags You can't go without them. A well strapped, well bolted and well locked trunk any size, 32 to 38 inches--$- 5 $6.50, $7.50 and $10. TIME THBLE All Cowhide Leather Suit Cases, $5, $7.50, $10. Hand Bags All leather or Aligator, $3.50 to 12.5.0 each. This is all new, stylish first class goods and you will not be ashamed of your luggage if you buy these. J . CONCRETING Crtt-cla- f, PHILLIPS BROS., State Bank ' " Trnst (o. sra, raw, I FLY NE.J5 SUN" 5HD.c5 ' Vanduman was nomi nateil for U. S. Senator by tho democrats of Mississippi in n three-cornv. i'l primary this week by a bij; Vandanian ran as the enndi-dute- x of the people and lie suits us. or er ;nu-jorit- Senator Joe llnilcy, of Texas voted with the republicans and helped to cripple tho democratic farmers' free list bill in tho Senate. The sooner Texas takes its toga from'Uailey the better for Texas and the, country at large. h ff Ambiguous. Wbcn "Dob" Durdette was address-In- s the graduating class ot a large eastern college for women, he began FOR SUMMER DRIVING his remarks with the usual salutation, the comfort of both norses and driv- "Young ladles of d Then in a ers should be specially considered by aside he added, "That's an awful securing n proper outfit of lap robes, age for' a girl." wr hor-rifle- blankets, fly nets and other necessaries from our complete assortment of torse Koods. Blere are tight, but strong and durable, single and double narnes, admirably suited to road purposes, along with a Hill line ot work quality at flat , lennil Bed as a Paradox. The bed is i bundle of paradoxes. We go to It with reluctance, yet we quit It with regret; we make up our minds every night to leave It early, but we make up our bodies every morning to keep It late. DONT BE TOO GENEROUS. other relatives in the vicinity. you get tho Miss Hell of Lexington was the with us. cement, lime, etc., our build from Hemember tnat all fair guest of Mi's Mattie Adams lag materials are mucn stronger than Mr. Jeff Dunn wife sou and Mr. the ordinary and you can therefore M. F. Rout Lexington were the wick J86 week, If less end guests of Mr. J. K. West of Lan- - j Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Helm of Lcbn- - use like than ordinary, quantities. to you we'll tell xp'u Just how non visited her sister Mrs. Jun Tur- - mix them to get the best results at caetor. and nttended tho fair last week. the least cost. Come m and ask us. A fish dinner was recently civcii Mrs. Snllie Fox entertained a num in honor of a few friends by Mrs. J. A ALLEN, Stanftrd, Ky. r of her friend nt dinner Tuesday J. C. Williams nnd Miss Mnvu'ie Hal- in honor of Mrs. Richard McQrath lard at Kennedy's Mill. of Greenville, S. C. upleiidid dinner Mrs. William Anderson, of Ala., who is just lecovcr-in- g the season was served and a very nf from typhoid feter will arrivo consisting of oil the delicm-Friday for a recuperative stay with enjoyable dny was spent by those her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. II Kem- present. Mr. B. K. Swope ii'turning from per. Mr. Tujlor Mulliiis died last Sat- town together with Mnster Guy Green urday morning within an hour after ing and two colored men, one day AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, ERGS, ICE, COAL, The lust week was thrown from the l chiming from a fox chase. WOOL, HIDES, FURS. deceased was about CO years of ago wagon by a pair of ntnaways landSALT. LIME, QINSENO, mid lemes a wife and two sons, Mr. ing lum flat of his back. The colorFEATHERS ETC. lieu Mullins of Nieholaswllo nnd .Mr. ed man who was driving lost control Mishit Mulliiis of llnnntsville. Ap- of his team was also thrown out propriate exercises at the houso by thro'ving the wagon over an embank Rev. Campbell, of Danville burial at meat. There were no serious injuries sustained except to the humess Grove cemetery. Miss Margaret Jenkins has return which were about wrecked. PHONE 153. Mrs. Hani Aldridgo who has been ed after a visit to friends tit Shelby- (unfilled to her bed with a deep cyld ille, W. S. Drye & Co. blo to be out ngnin. IMmond Sutton lins not fully Mi. UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS -" eeovered from tho painful accident ' Hustonvllle, Ky. The Law's Inefficiency. which he received somo time ago . ,, Telephone In Office " I whilewhile breaking a young colt. ."' Matched rugs in 3 sizes. ew rugs w a,y tuta W IUW MB4 druggetc lace curtains. W. A. Tribblo ptreach Ulta Pittsburg PosL w Nelson Marsee bought a borie from Mr. Lane for $150 Jonah Manee bought a sow mm pigs from his son date, price $40. Miss Annie Steele Cook of Lexington enme yesterduy to spend beveral days with the Misses Simp-oi- l. Mrs. Sam Deathqridge, nnd chil-dihave returned after a isit to her sister Mrs. Jno. llryant at Rich-M- r. and Mrs. Frank Kobiiinon, of Richmond, are with his patents this en are inited to come, if you can't come yourself send home body, bring a lunch nlong nnd the necessary im plemcjits for tho work. Miss Nancy Vood and brother Elmer, of cxington were visiting their grandfather Mr. L. I). Chestnut Inst week I. MnrUbury of the state fnliim bus re tumid after a isit to Jii father Mi. .V I) Markebitry and .Mr. H. J. McRoberts. Stanford, Kentucky. cek. '" Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When a : , 9 v. We Want Produce H.B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. your physician has pre scribed a medicine for you to take, tho. next important step is to have that prescription placed In the hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so It will be compounded exactly as directed. We have gained an enviable reputation for always being very careful and painstaking In our compounding and feci that, in all justice to your own good health, you should bring your next prescription here i Here, too, you will find a complete and inviting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations and all standurd remedies. For interior decorating we carry and racomraaad ALABASTINE. tha beautiful wall coatings Call and see samples ot tints and ask us about It. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. t - Stanford, Kentucky i u "; N ' Vfj X; fWi"Wiii" V -- "E&V" - nymajnrc- - REMEMBER THE GREATEST FAIR IN THE STATE WILL BE HELD AT 1 35 Cents. ." Harrodsburg, Aug. 8, 9, 1 0, 1 1 Will Famous Graham Springs Grounds. Do Not Fail to Attend. Admission Will Be Only i n j - . . i f -- r . A. A i u VALUADLE BANK STOCKS Mrs. (leorgc I'nmsh is (piite ill at Don't miss Khtionnl Ilisuuit Com Mrs. H. 0. (2regor is the Kiiest o FOR SALE hur home near (inli Orchaid. pany s demonstration Crab Orchard relulhes. at Films' As executor ot T, J. oblnpon, wo -- torc Siitunliiv Hail Hnkci Hubert Collier, It. II. J Clarence Collier sou of Hurve ColJ, S. Kid) i tin; guest of Mrs. Collier nnd other Ruling men of ('rub will on .Monday, Atiguxt 14, IK1I lielier is ipuls ill of typhoid fever. HAIL For 51.50 per acre I will In friends in Kiclimoiid. Ori'Jmrd inadu a trio to Kmtnira I11K County Court Day, liOKlnnlnx nt Miss Francos Wheeler of Kiiiisns Mi Daisy Sliimrin, of Iiuliuiinpi.-lis- , loss or nlsiiit '1 P. M In front of tho ci irt sure your tbaceo aaalmt Falls. evInil., It I lie jsucpt ill' Mix. Peiirl ( it J, Kinons, arrived Wednesday I lie necil .Mr. . S. Warren eon- - iJiOiisu In Slanfoul, ICy., oiler nt puli Uamage by hall. You should have It. ening to he tho guest of .MI-- h Stella H. M. Newland, Agent. Phone 168 Freeman lie mlc for casli in hand the follow. tililles ipiite ill mid tin hmiees m ling share, of bank rtotk: -' rhiireji l't! Ituplcy left Smidiiy fur mi Unpley. (.gainst his reeoeiy. HHrnd-biinMcAfee, Wnnted Hoarders nt my homo on KaMi-rlii. While puno Mr. Itup-le- y Miss Alma uest of hrrofsiter Mrs.r, .Mrs. D. M. Anderson and daughter " tho Fourth National Hank, ot Kmt .Ma. 11 ctreet; terms ronsonnblo. is the will spend llir most of hi1 .Maty, and Misses Lena Truylor '"'ibiiH, 0a,. ho hook value of which .Mrs. H. U Land. Stanford. ESS ,'. W. Ihitchesoii. Mnstir James in Atlantic City. Per Hhare, and which pays ,.n mid Jennie Lawrence me visiing' re- ml Hutchesoii returned to .StanMl Thompson luih returned Aln annual dividend of 20 per cent; 18 Lilives in Winchester. ('has. clii'iiiini'l, epert piniiii tuner to Iht home in Ml. Vctnon, having ford with her. 1. si,,,.,, stinrcs of tho Merchnnts ft .Mechanics' nnd ripnirer. at Veraiida ,i,in fri Mm. Hotel Mrs. I'rcnitt and .Miss I'almrr uro M'iil several days here the guest of i,,ank "f Cul'imbtiB, (la., book value p Msitiug Kirksville friends ami rela-tlc- s. Middlesboro Monday and Is the gu.- -t YiQ per sluiro nnd pays 111 per cent terms lensonable. Hughe. Mr. Julia if Mrs Jessie Stugg. Mr. G. U. Perry niitl Mis Keltic X. W. Fowle and daughter Miss annual dividend ;i;" shares or the Nil-J. C. Heid and S. J. Kinhry. Jr.. Miss KMie Wurc of the Siiufley Perry lire the guest f Mrs. Perry's tlonul Hank of Htmtonvll e, Ky., book friends in Wayne Alplm 'cnt to Curlilt WcdliesdaV Millie $127.57 per share and pays an-- ' left Tncsilay for Southern Loitisimiu LnllitT Mr. linen Igoc in Kiehiiiond. beetioii is in nlisHir to a leligrmn auiiouni'iiig of ponies which Her irieixla will regret to Icnru county G per cent; 1'U to buy 11 enr-lo- d the ilejilh of lus uedieu', William iiual dividend or will place on the market here tfiuit Mi. IV. Or roll Slmnks hits Miss Virginia lloiirne left Wednesshares of the Commercial bank nnd they iiboiit Aug. 'Jlt. Wiiteh for theii lecn pitle ili.nt her lioinu on Hunt day for a trip to Niagara Falls mid Wells, sou of Dr..!. M.Wells. Trust Co., of Ijoulsvllle, book talue ad later. , Main. Mlie will join a Versailles Canada. per share, nnd pays annual MRS. SEVERANCE ENTERTAINS S10S.90 d Mi Ptlly Duuiin Trnylnr of jiarty. dividend or G per cent. Good second band buggle8 for sale llllh bcenjhc guet of IllT M4-lMrs. Katherine Sjneer of LouisJ!S. M. II. UOHINSON, A very charming courtesy to Mr, at bargains. Pence Bros. Mr. S. J). Dmldcnir, nenr Gi- ville is the piest of Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. PAXTON, Kxecutors. lbert's. J. H. Jackson at their country home. liufiis Pickett and Miss llessil'iek-el- t of Shclbyville, was the reception Tor Sale 2 .Mrs. E. T. J. F. Cook w.im over from LexingMiss Kate I)ais Kauey has reW. s. Fish represents only fe oet Ueiuley, Stanrordpalm8 57 IT ton Tuesday looking "H t,,,ok turned from a visit to Miss Fun Sear given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. and strongest Insurance companies. Springs fmu nnd ilml.ii;: hands ey Ijiwreneeluirk and Mrs. Win. Ken William Severance. The decorations Let nlm keep y"u proiectt'i. 34 tf Kor Sale Cow and caU; cow gives 111 gold mid green wcie attractively with hi- - numerous friends, five gallons of milk a day; calf three ney in Hanville. ranged, nasturtiums mid cultivated 1. II. Tlionijtoii and wife mid Mrs. William (iiaves of Lebanon m . My Fall nnd Wiuter samples for, weeks old. A. L. Caulder, Santord, Mrs. J. 11. Thompson visited the ii rn veil Thursday lo be the suest of sunflower being predominant. In men's wear are now ready. Call nnd Miss Susan Fisher Woods the library families of M. K. Ilurton niul 0. J. Mr ami Mm. Kd Wilkinsu ;ct me take your measure. I can HERE'S A BARGAIN. deMullins at Level (liecli. Mrs. Virj,'il Lee and daughter have and Mrs. C. Hays Fotcr served please you. II. C. Hupley, Practical Mo., licious eremc de meiitlie punch; Samuel A. Light of Slanburv, 1 he Interior Journal and the Weekleturned to their home u Middles-tio- rt COL'p. Tailor. ly Cincinnati Knuulrer one year for niul lirtle son, visited his daughter after a several days isit with Misses I.ueilc Cooper nnd Virginia $1.31. The wecklv Knqulrer Is a sDlen Warren assisted in serving. All John T. KiuikIi. Mm. datives here. Demonstration Snturday, Aug. 5th did farm and family paper. This is T - llnughmnn of Danville, visit-i- t Missos Kthel and Ilessie llr.iekelt were served with dainty ices ni'' of Inner Seal packages cakes and a great bargain. akes carrying out the cole- - selume crackers. Ladies especially invited. Linrolii ruiiiity friend this week. Martha Hubbard, and Master Wal,of Ludlow, is lace llrni'kelt, spent Tuesday in Crab The dining room was aln decoral"' G. H. Thomas Hntche-o- n Follow the crowd to the opera 2 Fnrris. Miting hi father, J. W. Ilutelicson Orchard. Miss Hubbard of Itichmoud witlitreeii and gold cut flowers. Mr house tonight. iinil recuperating from fever. Hotfk for your state nnd county is the ;uest of Mrs. James llriiekelt. Hays Foster, Mrs. Hichard KewIainT Misses Annie Dunn, Lintla Miller, I'lul Mrs. J. O. Itciil played a nuroh"" Vaxes are now ready. Plcnse call The L'nioii services Sunday night Mrs. Kclhe llal'ou went to Ilofe ami Aliee Aleom, .ind Mrs. II. Tueilay to attend the funer- of lovely piano solos. In the parts and settle. W. L. McCarty, sheritT. will be held in the Christian church D. nrter joined a Danville jwirty Inst Hev J. J. Dickey will speak. Topic: S!u will v.ere: Mesilames Wm. Severance al of .Mr. Tom Koliiri-owvrk anil enjoyed n ntrip to Mam-mm TTtttr mtmi i .1 tcmniu sever.il days with Mrs. Rob- l.'ufus Pickett. H. Kirby Itonrnc, thAi kl ihrr dist'v lvat W wlb.r. Akdnf ttw rouritr. "Tile Christian Home.'' II.V u li dive. John Slmnks. T. H. Shanks and Miss fr a,Jtirt wm MlpptMml tu t h.MtrftU. For tut inson. pruOdirMl it . Icl tiwiitt au )mr , S J. lirecu, of the AiMinee-Sen-tintl Ul u rinit11cft. mkI by About eishtv five Cnpt. J. L. II. Coffey, of Frank- Itf.su. Pickett. J. C. McClnry rounded out his 'J'Jd llh kxal of Jellieo, i at t'ruli Orchard fort, came over to attend the wed- fiiests were present nmong those Ui rurr tuu proratrl:Akit. lopnnHMiurt'd n Irtrurktlc year ns superintendent of the Bapl a rnnatltulloi.al srlfra d rurrh CDnmulHal triUiitbt ris-- . r.xluirfa spending hi" vacation He was here ding of his sister-in-lafrom out of town being: Mrs. tin MUs Starih Curp. mjuiutrlurnl rV J tist Sunday school last Sunday. lit s OMWIItutlAral v the cuir Wednesday shaking, hands with hit ford, of 'hicngo aud Miss Amel.. lh it., lbldo. Ohks ukrn hbtrrsa.lr la dgara Iran Qi 1' mukpt. l la O'llannon. drop lit !atjofut It art dmwttr n lit amoi friends. Two car loads of brick for the Mr. Jese Hooker aiul dmi'.'hter Yeikes, of Washington, I). C... Mis. aAd n,fwta arrr t al tar rta. fv- - anjr raJ W rura. Mr. J. C. Ilailey. of Crab Orch- - Miss Marguerite, have returned from J. Carroll Builey, of Crab Orchard, baiKtrvd dalraritmlsnAnlaw rf II fall Itirr Scat (foundation of the new depot arriv pt r aad ft arc!, attended the reception Riven !y a ut.. j. tiiKsp.r a co. roica. o:jo. ed this week- 4li extended western trip bavin-- ; Misses Snllie and Annie Mnrgprct ln,r-Hiscr Mr. William Severance TneMl.iy nf- - spent much time in 1'ortlant, Seat- PJlkin, of Lancaster, Miss Virginia srt ht f sSjf lM 111 teifKion. W'nrren of Middlesboro. Mrs. II. K. "The linest cotutliouse I ever saw CITY TAXES ' .Mm. Kate King and daughter ur- - tle, Kansas City and other ioints. City tnxes are now due. Please cal! iu n country town" was the coni-jneCashier Stanley M'Intosli, of the Dourne, of Kew Castle, Mrs. i,tirpil from llirmiiighuiii, Ala., Wed- Hank of Wiiynchburg, has left an Iiim Shanks, of Columbus Ga Miss Iles-si- e aud settle at once. B. D. Carter, City of a number of visitors here 56-nesday to lie the guests of Mr. and this week upon Lincoln county's new Pickett and Mr. Ilufus Pickett. Tax Collector. nnnual vacation. He will take a norMr. J. F. Cummins Temple of Justice. thern trip to Kiapira Falls, Toron- of Shclbyville. Mr. Albert Scvernnee spent Wed The Wilmore ennip meeting begins to, and Montreal and visit his sisnesdny in Kicjiniond with Mrs. Sev. Friday Ang. 4, nnd closes the Kith SHORT LOCALS. ters, Mrs J). Cm stuff Hums and Hev. Ed lliibhatd is conducting a Dr. Carridine, the famous evangelist trance who is there with her fathe- -. Mrs (Iconic Uoss at Indianapolis. two weeks' open air meeting lit High who vlio held it meeting in Stanford Mr. niul Mrs, Charles Holiann Frank Mobley, of McKinney, will iu the ynrd of Alfred Ilaugh. Wedding presents at Mueller's. JiBVe been the guests of W. W White some years ngo is to be one of the land count tho cash at the splendid finan(.ml family for several dnvs, are Hev. J. L. Glasscock preachers. cial institution while Mr. M'Iuto1i Is The Alicetou cuntp meeting will he Fields Pros., bought u stock of rrlntivpN in Koiiho, Ky. Cincinnati will be another, Prof. nwny. oods from Dr. Price at Leavel l.eld this year Aug. 18th to 'J8th. Minn VirRiiiiu Warren, of Middlcs-borHinehaigiir leads the music. The last, issue of the Ml. Vernon Green, Rockcastle countv. John Hev J. L. Ghisscocs; of Cincinnati ii the ipiest of frieiuN and Signal had this note of much interest will be there. Fields will tnke barge nest week. here. The Interior Journal has just finhere the bride-to-b- e is well They will mnke three trips weekly " Mis Kuiinn Meier of lliclilnnd had known where admired: ornnd Dr. W 1). Tardiff, of this city, has ished publishing a copy of the liom that point to their store near iN her victors, Micser. Lena and dinances nnd chnitcr for the City of Logan's creek, buying produce .Mr. .ind Mrs. C. l Williams an- been appointed b Clov. Willson us a of Louisville, inry llilderlirnndt, Stanford nounce the eupuement ot their delegate to at mid Mis Louisa l'nrdiirci, of only dmiKliter, Miss Itissc, to Mr. the Xittional represent KentuckyconThe subject of the pastor's sermon negro educational FALL AND WINTER STYLcS. 0eon:elottn, niul Mrs. Sophia Hneker James Coleman West, of Louisville, at the Presbyterian church Sunday gress which will bo held in Dcnxcr, "'uf Louitville. These visitors and the wrddinir to be a happy event of full winter siimples morning will be "Meeting God' Miss Meier went visiiinn to Danullo August 10th, at 3 o'clock in the Col.. August l'--, 13, 14 and lo. He areMy newready und your Inspection uow tor will leave next week to attend. Ilj:h Ilridpe and Frankfort They comprise the best on the market afternoon at their handsome home ' IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW Mr and Mih I). H. Harris of can suit anyone as to prlco who bad iif this city. Tho Hev. George S. Circuit Clerk. J. I). Swope enter his clothes made tc order. A suit 111 art lejoieiuR oer the Watson af the Presbyterian church tained u number of his friends with made to your measuie is preferable 'ntrivnl of n beautiful little iluugh- - will officiate. What a Heap of Happiness it Would u watermelon feast at tho courthouse to ready mado clothes. To have them - ter iii their home. Mrs. Harris made to measure doesn't cost any Bring to Stanford Homes. On Tnesdny evening Mrs. W. 11. Wednesday more than ready mado when quality juill he remembered a Miss Jlyrd 0'Kannou entertained with n very de and fit Is considered. Com0 In and Anderson, daiiRhter of Mr. J. L. An- liglitful dinner party in honor of Miss Hard to do housework with an aeh Messrs Lee and Hubert HaiiUin, let me take your measure. derson of the Hast Kud. H. C. RUPLEY. The Practical Tailor ing back Itohertu O'lldunon and Mr. F.mniiklcl His many friends were delighted J, Hnucustine who were inurried Wed go to Kddyville today to .vitness ho Brings your hours of misery nt execution of tlio negro Shay Pen-ma- n lo see Mr. W. H. HWwiu- - ut nesday. Those present included lcisuro or nt work. is scheduled for Saturwhich severe illnets. Miss O'llannon and Mr. Howeiistiue day inorning. If women only knew the cause-thHe will soon i'o to iiiC ihis week. Miss Colvin, of Cincinnati nnd Mr. Backache pains come from sick lilixir Sirint;K to reuperntu trom Ins Welch Rochester, Miss Ferguson, of kidneys. Miss Virginia Warren will leave West, Va., and Mr. Hubert Carpenter 'T would give much needless woe. '.Monday for n neatiou visit to relas. Mis Ilertu Jean Penny mid Mr. PatDunn's Kidney Pills cure sick tives,' jn thjr country ueur Stanford. terson,' of Chicago, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. will-bnceompanied by her mint fhti Coffey, Dr. W. II. O'llannon and Mr. Many residents of this vicinity en' Mn. S. I', KtuB;, who lias been Lester O'llnnnoji. The guests then dorse theui. the past month in this city drove to Crab Orchard Springs where 7 Mrs, J V. Puinphrey, Danville St., the guest of Vcr sister, Mr. Lily 11 pleasant evening of dancing was Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experi.- Middlesboro Heecrd. Warrenenjoyed. ence with Doiin's Kidney Pills leads Mr. Coo Closer nij:ht iiKent here The members of the Hindi Club met me to say that they live up to tho about fifteen l Inkinu a vacation of DETSY'3 POINTERS: claim made for them. I suffered n Tuesday morning and short hut indays beiiiK relieved by Mr. Htilloek teresting -program was curried out "Molly and I agree that counter-fel- t great deal from bnckacho aril at Mr. Moser left Monday of Lebanon. Miss Marv Moore Itauey played with money and substitute goodi night I could not sleep well. On v' f?ir London mid Lily on liusiness mid much credit tho uudiiiite from HI come from tho same parents. The several occasions my, back beenr. ni, Tuesday wiih joined by his sis- - Mozart Junftta and Allegro from VII Get Ready For Cold Weather coin and the goods may very closely fo painful aud weak that I was . Jer Misfi Kvn Moser en route to Han, Sonata. In the study of Wagner Har to do my housework. Ileing ' rcacmble tho genulno but behind them iltou 0., where the will visit vela. ry Why not huvo your house heated is neither honor or nonesty. You advised to give Doan's Kidney Pills Ileinhatt gave a very clear con-isrJives niul friends. synopsis substitutes, will tind opera "Tristan the a "'j. W. llastin, son of M. S. Hastiu and Isolde." of tho all tho members with hot water? employ ouo of the genuine otnostandard quality onlyCuifey mi' trial, I did so and they helped We hao In our greatlv," at ltiif accepted ft lucrative position were present nnd they find their best Jiot water und bteam flttcru in &-- Coleman's. Jot snlo by all dealers price 50 with tho Kelson ( nil Co., nt Kelson, Now U the tlmo for that Ice Cream cents Foster-Milbui- u Co., UiitTnlA, studies most pleasant nnd profitable. tbo state. Kv Ar-- h Unstiu nnd wifo and chil- Mrs. W V. Humphries, neo Miss) Let ua figure with you wo guaran- - Freezer and Water Cooler. Wo nav$ K. Y. solo agents for the United I ilrcn from Kelson Ky., visited their tee our work. them. States. father M. S. llastin dunns? lus re Addie McCIary, has returned to her w Ki WAKNER, COFFEY & COLEMAN, Hcmember tho name Doan's and homo in Salem, Ark., hnving pcnt ,ccnt illness caused by n isiroko of Stanford, Ky, Prompt Delivery. tke no other. Phono 1M. ... several weeks with relutives cte. , PERSONAL and SOCIAL flO-'- - Novelties Take a look at our Bar- rettes, Combs, Belt Pins, Bandeaux Belt Buckles, Belting Purses, Parasols Collars, Ties, etc. Goods of quality ' Col-.Mi- Kd-x- v. W ,.,., (il-l- 1 Hich-moii- er oS-t- f at right prices. We have some rugs used as carpet samples that we are offering at cost. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO, "" Stanford, TIE NEW Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Ry. Success 59-Jo- PEORIA- -A GO-- -- er n. ot cl dla l A Ho-ber- ta t1; 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 depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and g&t circulars and become posted. . W. H. Higgitis. Stanford, Ky. "s-1- -- Th-n;- a nt vis-itin- ir 1 1 o, Divided Skirts We Do Not Handle But j . i , We Do Handle A Big Line of flrlv-jeee- 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 iit at N r 'i t kid-1'ey- e -- ltsv vs ra '. ii 11 from, varying in prices from le $1.00 to 8.00 ,C ' c A Cummins & Wearen, Stanford, Kentucky. aM.1k 1 I ' a . . J v. LMU U 30 arnj undor utiilcr plow. l,.r.00. Hux 2f, Stanford, Kv. Ju-'- t rmi'itrit cur of Ailrinu J'ciii'o. See it bctoro buying. 1- 1Urn., Stanford. ld ill"1 Jiieo Warren Limb to Mw-- Tmmt Cniig for $12 Imneh of how lil John 1'melt to It. (". Arnold .it II renl". Andy (iooth mM .100 luliuU of vhent lo llmitfliuiflii nl 70 renin.. John .Infer botidil n nice heifer WL'. from Mr- -. Kocher-To- r For Sale or irnile ior live stock, tinel on country loitd. threo tnilci from ('rub Orehnrd. 1. 0. Hot ti0, J 18, SMiiloid. ICy. THE FARMERS -- "" For Sale Farm of 132 nore; .'10 liiiiic. kirn. fence; splendid niin the pnt few .ln.v ilinMlicli)cilctoiin.iuulcrfalLv. Dump nt-ll over the yio, im, j,,,, X t statu this year. 1 0. Kxtrn I'lcnn mitt nice pure wintci-tur''"- unit for ceil. See pinnple lit Wiro Lincoln Nutiimal llnnk 2W) ls I'cnco for hiiIo. .1 M. HeMioldn, Wn.uii't-burA Whcmn wnman sprain ol lier ilenr see ret suflrrinj ho trnsls you. Millions have be ilnnrrd this mark ot confi. denofl nn Dr. U. V. Pierce, f lr fr Hbnomd by Women N. Y. Hverv sre women who f bu-lic- ?. SBsW i. BOURBOH POULTRY ittrTil i? Out ii yiyyjjLiJ pj FISCAL COURT r - Wrz&Tfn I vvpvNcwi CSi! Pays Out $8,000 in Road Claims and Other Items. The Fiscal Conn held a kIioiI nice! this week for the pirpoo of allowing road chiim-- nml alleudiiiK to other liniuess which nimht come In.S,(I0II (he body. About fo win Miil out in chums for the woik on tli- - dilt road of the county. The mngNtmtei Noted tliemelcx im for 2" dn,K' work in Mipcrinteiid iiil rceonslnictioii and rcpairiiifi ol Hit tutiipikoi. uiiKiuiiliiif; to nliont d S1 apiece. Tlu- - ix ot the annual xu mof fJ.M) which the cinrt olcil to eneh nm j;it ni t tor looking dix nfl'T the roiiiN in hix niiitfi-leriiujc one-lhirnl iSB CURE down the throat ei a (spins chicken. dritmTS the worms nml ssres the ehlrk's life Afewrirpptln tbe dclnkloc wslrt cnressn4 bear witness to the wonderr working, of Hr, Pierce's l;at)riio Prccriplinn which cs tho tnfftrtnt ttx nnd sucr slully frm Critpptes wllli woinsn'i Htikr losses and stubborn tilt. rtirtnit-ptiwe- t.l IlulTslo, wheret. there bbbbbbbT xi, Do Your Cooking in the Cool kitchen is little better than or prison in summer. But the range is there, so all the cooking and the washing must be PREVIHNTS DISI3ASI3 For the trrslmetrt ot White Dlsrthors In thicks and IllAckhesd ml other UIScsms In tutkryt BOURBON POULTRY. CUBE HAS NO EQUAL rakc-l2-qnllu- A hot Ivaei'i 78-nc- One SOc battle. done there, too. 1 J , I tt 9: What a relief it would be to move the range where you e You can do this with a New Perfection Oil pleased. cook y0Ur dinner out on the porch, if you like. It is the only range that is really portable that works eaually well in nv nlarp. There are no connections to be made, as in a oas range; no wiring, as with an electric stove ; no sooty flues and d gTates, as witn coai or wooa. The long, enameled chimneys carry the heat directly up to saucepans, oven or boiler; you get full value from your fuel, without waste. Cook-gtovash-hlle- QiLCoek-jStov- e tarqttow Woe nm!d thunnr. MTwlr finuSfJ ihrowaKout, ,The 2 tad 3 burKf ilaTM ua b Kd wkh or without a, cbtel top, which u Cued wuh drop thclm, towel rck,rte Dealers cTttrwbef f or writ (or detcnp tiT circular to the oef e acencf of lha MJ with I. 2 J 3 btrrwn. Willi Ho tou, Standard Oil Company (lacorporatad) and Jontw .old n hunch of HO pound feeding lioj- - to .Mr. Hick- -, ot Unrrnrd nl 0 rent A. J. Voley, of l'uhieki. Tenn., I rid. b"in;lil J.S ii'iire mule, principally Tin court allowed 15ledoe llmli v section, nt nn in ihe I'reiieher-vil- lr livo-toi?(i(i for hix "n ernw price of .fl" deliered nt m rweos from Aprjl to AuuM, but JalaKi Tenn. lull for f l.'l.') iie preJ. 11. Thomp-o- n boimht 200 bale letuxed lo pay a sented for hi e.piex ihirinp llmt of timothy liny of Sum J. Unrri period. They however voted lo alul H" per ton. Annt Nt delivered. low him ..() lor i penxe in addition to h'x xnlnry from now to iifNt April. IMPORTANT NOTICE!! Cre-.- ! -k II. Thomp-'oinure imile for ,S 1J,) putiiid ho-- i xiiws imil l'J pi?: lor $30. .1. n boiiKht $1510; nN For Male liy NEW STANFORD DRUG CO. snedlclne. Cdrnce misplaced when she wrote lor advice, to tho Wostu's DxrrNSAsr Msdical Aiiociation, Dr. It. V. Pierce, President, Iluflslo, N. V. Dr. Itcrrt'M I'lmtnl f VMs InJiti mllii atturnl hnwtl mmtmtnt mnct m itf. llP IT MAKES WI-AIWOHHN STRONQ IT fUKCS SICK WOMEN WELL. No womsn's sppeol win ever nibdlrrcted or tier cmv '.V , bought nt 7 cenl mul U from I K. Wells CHAPPELS GAP. Mr. W I). Andcr-o- n killed a litn-topperhead -- uake, which was pciirlv three feet Innjt Immiijt about lis linr iix this xpecie ner tjrow. Thw rep one il i'i die ix a far moie iJanj;el-oii- Ihe au.l ukuc to be feared. 1'nioii The rniimrV ha- - jll- -l oixuilKod a lodtfc of 1" tnemhei-here. A tnceliiiK Ix hel"! nutUt in tlicM'hool hou-- e tatdi There ix mucli cnlhum-- m mnnife-t-c- il flinl Ihe futiHerx arc johiiiis; cur-trk. The clmrtur will arrixe o l. TO rrr Jtftl MAKE ROOM -- FOR- CRAB ORCHARD. SEE ME At Once and GetMy Prices on MASON'S FRUIT MARS H Quart tin cans, 30'cts per doz Those who have entered or who want to enter horses anil mules in our catalogue sale September 7th will please bring pedigrees and description and see Charley Lutes or myself by not later than August 10th. We only want good finished stock in this sale. J. H. BAUGHMAN I'.cxxie l'o nler nl" .Ml. lx tl.e t.iex of Mr. A! Holmo, Air. Tom IVtliix. of Keren, i vixti-i- i ii'liilix'x here. .Mr- - II, I). Camp'iell and Mr- -. Kate Tlle-dIII Slllllti'KI I'lllill rl'iil! . .1. F. Cuiiuninx. with Mix m .Mi--- pioeiri-- -- Kidney Kill will che k the of ihht kidney and hlnd-le- r tnitible nml hcnl b reiimMin; 'lit. euiixv. Ary thiitn For xle Imitiii- -. nud Tanner 1 BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE! L L. SANDERS. The quality of our No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour made from the new wheat crop, wili please you. If you are not al ready using it, order a sack from your grocer. On sale at all grocery stores. F ": LOUR STANFORD.KENTUCKY. -:- I FraaHBlps uhildron J. H. Baughman & Co. ir-M gf' MB'llKMMaMiliQiiaiCffiEMfiUBtaaiB CLEAN UP SALE OF - - J OXFORDS! We have cut the price on every OXFORD in the House. MEN'S WOMEN' AND W. R Perkins, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. VR lndr !. Notice! Poultry Raise 4-11- -44 CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry SS" i:.o0?rr stt J I will offer my furin of 2o0 acres for Knle prhntely It In located on the llustotivlllf and Mlddlehnrg plko, This three miles from IIiiHtoiivllle Is nn Ideal farm, level and productive; 3T acres In meadow; oho ut CO acren In blue grass; plenty of llrewood ntu dwelling house. post timber; n new four-rootenant house, tmrii, houses, crib anil stables, .'! spring nml stono HprIm;hoiise, plenty of stock wnter, line orchard, 10 bearing trees, well lenced cash I'rlce, C5 per acre, in hand; balance on easy terms. Como nml see this good bargain for n- MrH. M. TATfc, jourself. Mix- - Ilndi'' I'ei kill- - niaile ,i flyiiijr R. F. D. 1, Hutonvllle, Ky. """""""""" lri) to Ml Vernon. Many a mother has learned of a way Mi- -.Mamie Day - the jfiie- -t of SMALL FARM FOR SALE! of avoiding sickness in her es- - Mi .Mel-.uClmilwick. pecially among the children, by the qmU- - a crowd allcii.led lit- - ow-use Thirty ncres on Neal's Creek, ad of a free sample bottle of the fa- - llt .mi,,,,!",,,,!. (Joo.lic I.V.l.i Mi- -emous laxative, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup n, Allllip Middleton. Mr. Waltc. Jaunt to ehurcli nml schoolhoiiRc Pepsin-- . This offer of the doctor's to liouso and Comfortable tli.ce-rooS)1,, ,l tul.., send a free sample bottle has been re- f;mu u f .. buiall barn. Krlco reasonable part Ti, mt.0,it sponaea to oy thousanus ot women in prnyrcxx with fine ireachinic and cash and balance onensy terms. Ad in all parts of America. Mi.i ... j.vi.yi. .1 Atnik.' wittily 1... .ali.il dresB owner. CHS. T. WILLSON. This Dr. Caldweirs Syrup Pepsin Is a ", truly wonderful laxative and especially."- - the lault- - ol their labor. S R.F.D. No. 3, Stanford, Kv. adapted to the needs of bablea and . children because It Is pleasant to taste HOLDAM S MILL. and no child will refuse It. Then, It Is FARM FOR SALE! mild and never crlpes. It Is all that a child's remedy should be, though It Is -- auto a sood laxative for the wholo family! reii .mil aie (limit I 1 because it is effective at all ages. It We will se I at public auction In ' ' siii.ii.oii Js simply not dynamic like Baits, pills, ""'"- II. ( t li.ipiicll cutting a loll of Irontonof tho court house, In Stanford, and powerful cathartics, which should' Ky the second .Momla In Septen. not be Blven to children anyway. 1iu1iIk., 1o, ilimm Thomi.-o- n to at 2 o'clock I. M., tho farm known .. Nine. times out of ten when a child complains and you don't know exactly In'lM a nloie loom, the riMini will four and n hnlf miles trom Stnnford what is the matter with It. It needs a i... 1!SiM' Jll. 'r . will linf a line I.. (ii the llustonvllle pike. laxative its bowles are constipated, j This farm contain i one hundred and Syrup Pepsin will correct the trouble. I tone up me cnua ana soon it win oe llftv acren, one I'tindrcd of which Is In Itct. J. (i. ix conduct-V- i welt acaln over nlcht wonderful re line mate ot cultivation. Over one suits have been secured with Syrup u serif- - ollneetnif:- - nt Ml. ion thousand dollars worth of locust Pepsin. ioM . linn It here Kev. I,, ix tlearlv can be cut from this place, nlso a lot You can buy It ot any druggist at fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the latof walnut lumber. here by all who know him. ter being the family size, but you are A splendid stock pond fed by n new Invited to make a test of It first at the lVIc Tinner and I'd In in. of expense. Send him your ader filling spring. doctor's dress today and he will send you a free Mtoiivhlontowii virsiUil Win ThumpAbout sixty acres of this lariti Is essample bottle direct to your home-The-n xnll pecially adapted to the raising of hemp when satisfied buy It ot your favand tobacco flit III lie -- on of Win. Thoinp-o- u orite druggist. Dr. Caldwell does not feel that the S'ew, fl.ve room house, JubI comwell. purchase of his remedy ends his pleted. One mile from church and He has specialized In stomach. Tiie njred, .Mr. fireeu A1I11111- -, who sclifol. One large tobacco bnrn, built liver and bowel diseases for over forty iiceu ill, ix iiniioved Mi. .Martin lust fall, also good stock barn. Ten years and will be pleased to give the any advice on the subject free S in til reader belt ipule ill tm -- iiii acres of young orchard. of charg. All are welcome to writs TIiIb ls a rplendld home nml must him. whether for the medical advice time. We hope he will -- non ;;ct wed. or the free sample address him Dr. Dim Krowu lm licet, bu spen to be appreciated. If no The tiimil W. B. Caldwell, 40! Caldwell butldlnr. In made this farm will b0 rented on Uontlcello. I1L very hick. the seme date, to tho highest bidder William for tu year of 19U Dan Kroiihton A. D. ROOT Thomp-o- n mill wife Mi-- s Imi-- y Simpxoii her FARM FOR 3ALEI s. pal fill- -. Mr. and .Mi- -, u Thu hchool at lb!- -, phicu lin- We will fell privately n farm of with Mr I'M Oooch us teae!;c;v lie lin- - bought the store run b Jim about 130 acres In I.tnco n county, Atsv irriT-- " Ky., onehnlf mile from Crab OrchIlnyx. v (Jeorfru While is lceepiiij; "bach" ard, nicely located, mostly bottom land, very productive. KveVy acre here now til able, an abundance stock water Ida Thomp-o- n 'wax Hie j;iexr of and especially adaptedof to corn and ,'ier parents Mr. mid M'r- -. Kr.xaiit grass. Good tenant house of three ' lirown. rooms on rurin. Terms reasonable Apply at onco to. The Misxe-- t l'liiilfiiiul Brown UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Mis. Ida Thompson Sjiitunlav It. II. Uronauch, agent. i'Mt m six-rooeer-lasting one-fourt- h Aitliur (icorsc of Somr-e- f Ineinl- - nml iclatnc- - hero FOR SALE! 'Main of our tolk- - aro attendini; he lliilivillc fair. ' Afnoiiit the iiiein Choice ran', lambs, sired b.. nn ImRain. her- - nre Mr. and Mr- - F. I', t'liminiti' ported Kngllsli Slirop.sjilro .Mi Slella Cituipbell - viv-iliThe-- e nrv the low limit Mucky, brond back, large boned lelloug wltj, wool tier liillci, .Mr. I'.il Camplicli at Dim everywhere wool can prow, nt far- ville. M.r. A. II. Kaxtin luw iihimiI i in mers prices. Come write or phone, SC--4 K. O Ulckley Stanford, Ky. (iOtr .lew on Siantord pike. Mr W.ird Monte - nliout icntly to I :... . m mm iTiiie into i.t ni'H iiouie. nix 'da l.ee Camphell - -- pendnit; KQfllflfllf ,,, Aliv . F ,,.w ,,1X, W1, )lor IVHIBUJ ix vi-it- Jlr. Withotit any excise except It Is too large a farm for one man. Fall Clothes The Lowest Prices You Ever Had! Sam Robinson, - '. ii Art,r ""w he I i- J ( ,'!..,,, ! r Stanford, Ky. MONUMENTS OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over their final resting place. A monument is not expensive unless you care to have it so. ity, is very cheap. lect from. I f,. . I I ' br l.iiiiion he-'o- Our work is unsurpassed and considering qualWe have a large stock to se- obll-ratio- n. t Wm. Arfams J42 N.Broadway, - &". Son. - 2'xVvavavt.'fV'V'. - '- x h.-i-- ,!' fpi g O -J- OE 'V,rxm'VJ OE Lexington, Ky. t ? J. C. McClary $:& GS-t- llo-kin- Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY i ho-ii- AUGUST W V, 7,8,9,10,11,12 6 Big Days and Nights 6 U. S. Marine Band, Daily Concerts 5 STANFORD, - KY 1S7. IilKllt. I ( TMnud'llilllitLnl Min Kali Borul. EUiAtows, Kr.. UTK "Ihaxnanl RfOff 1 poultry Ileum gtPs4lindicf seek without faj. Wul Coonm, lUftttjwn, Kr.,url "On. drop ul Kediw 4.IM4 droppnj down th till (lool c&Acn UJj lh wenn aad icJmvc lh cbkk i oitiatJ jr. Ili Ik. prcvrativ. liuvt rrcf umU." Gutranltcd by J. Robt. Crurae, Bardstown, Ky. Price SOc at til Dru$lstj. Mffl. Office 'Prion Horn 'Phone II. ADMINISTRATOR'S 9ALEI nt bl Cincinnati Markets. N Aeroplane Flights Daily by J. A. D. McCurdy PENNY'S DRUG 8TORE SOLO BV S 1ANFORU.. KENTUCKY. homo aa an a ice, MR. "evidence, and place yourecli" in a position to get the latest market quotation. at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our lo'ephoue service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that iff small compared with the JeoefiU received. Call or addrew our ncarctt oflico or writo direct to leadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for iufonnutiou regarding our ejweial "Far at prcseut enjoying telephone service, we Lit o" rate. If you are can immediately interest you. Our linen cover the States of Kentucky, Tflnne9, Mie'Uwippi, Loubiana an l Poiitbern jwrtion of IudiauU and HJiBOlA. KAbT TJSWN12SSJSK TKU CC TKLi. UO. RURAL TELEPHONES. modem for your family FARMER: Make your i)t nlr, 1 1roA'r,M,' As Hdmlnistntor or Thomas I'errll, deceased, I will on Tuesday, August Ciiicimiali Auk:. II. fiittle goaft to'fhoiee lo, 11)11, tit his Into resldenco about 482 head; two miles Irpm Stunford., on the Lanwlendy; melim mid common dull caster pike, sell nt public outcry his , UNDERTAKERS AND EM- Mild weak to lOtl.V' lowei personal proporty. constating principally ono one buitgy mnre, 1 heifci-BALMERS. ALSO DEAL. pair of oged rows l.'J.)(i)f t.7r: calves sleudy lit Jersey cow, mules.bo J uged horso, 1 fresh, 1 Poland CR IN FURNITURE, MAT-l;t hviul; China sow, 1 Jersey heifer, 2 shonts, Jfo';s Keceiptx yeter-dii.v'- x household nml kitchen market actne and steady at fiirnltur". TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL prices' I'nukurs $7.'M(n7JQ farming utensils about ti acres of glowing corn, etc., etc EXCHANGE FURNITURE -- laifs common sows $5(i Sums or 10 nml under cash lit hand FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. 0.01; jiiu's and lights $4.r0(ii 7.00. over thut amount, thruo months' head; mnrket credit on note with ggood security, Sheei ReceiptH 5,7-1GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE bearing (J per cent, Interest from dato ut $l.Gi)lb.'15, Lambs bteudy or ealo. ' RIGHT. 2.73C't'0.7S. at A. T. NUNNELLEY, KENTUCKY.' :: STANFORD, Administrator. 68 i a It-ers J. L. Beazley & Co 2 Greatest Tlrt J $3,000 si.Hor,e CoItSfcowin tie World Olitr Rick SiiiU Hens Stskci Hieh-CIasj $25,000 IN PREMIUMS Best af all Abkmcu Ntrse SWs Splcudi'J Display of Every Class of Live Stock Runniujf &(7. o'-o- and Haruelj Races Dally o U u HERRFRT A. 1CI.INE PARNIVai TOMPANV H Fr&urAFl2f;; J0UETT SH0USE, Sec'y, Lexington, Ky. 2 h '. ,. "'fi;- - rf - " hTITTiVi-- ' ..jwiHA. t kLml JrC&tf&H