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THE lMERIOR lOIIRNAL.
8HELTON M. SAUFLEY,... Publisher
II A YEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Entered nt the postottlco nt Htan
ford as second class mall.
For Circuit Judge.
HON. CHAK..I.U A. HARDIN,
of Merger County
For Railroad Commlsluner.
WILLIAM F. KLAIK
ot Foyoite County
William II. Sbanks announces !
candidacy lor Heptewntntlye rrpui
Lincoln county, Mibject to tho action
ot the Democratic party.
Somo rich, rare ami racy reauin
in promised the public before the
llcpubllcan State lonontloii U hold,
and, possibly afterward., Mr. Franks
innkes some rather pointed inquiries
of Judgo O'ltear anent the latter s al
leged conference with one Dr. Atuoss
at Princeton, who hat lwen charged
with being Implicated In night rider
tioubles. Mr. Franks says that Dr.
AniosH is a democrat Of courso It
is not our tight, and we are Jiwt won
doring what did Jake place between
the doctor and the Judge, The Judge,
you know Is suspected by some oC
having "a feeling way down In his
heart" for tho nlyht rider, but then
that Is not our business either and
ngaln we are Just loft to wonder If
the Judge took the doctor to Ida bo
Eom and promised hlra anything in
th event that his nightmare nbout
being the next governor should raa
terialie. We will let Judgo O'llear
do tho wondering about the realization
of that dream however, for after tlif
election he will wake up to tho full
force and effect of into: "O, what a
difference In the morning."
DACK SET FOR CHAMP CLARK.
The Champ Clark presidential boom
has suffered a severe reversal as tho
tosult of an announcement b Sena
tor Reed, of Missouri, who lrtually
reads out of thc Democratic party
in hl3 honlc State any who fail to llvo
up to th0 Stato cpnvenlon pledge for
Joseph W. Fok, as the Democratic
Tbe Reed statement which Is ot
preat length, recites that the Demo
crats of the State last year in ton
vention assembled, indorsed Gov.
Folk lor the presidency. It also om
Iibaslros tbe fact that Mr. Clark wa3
tho temporary presiding ollicer of the
sdido convention rho probability
that Champ Clark cannot go to the na
tlonal convention with Ills tolld Stato
delegation behind liiin has thrown
alarm among tho followers cf the
Th0 Missouri delegation would like
to be for Mr. Clark, but slnco Sena
tor Reed has mado tho Stato conen
tlon declaration for "Mr. Folk an is
sue In tho State there li a disposition
to sidestep presidential politics en
the Part of Represntatlveg from tho
"Show roc" Stato. ,
In Washington the Reed inteniew
occasioned great Interest and It Is
generally recogni70d that It will not
bt helpful to the Clark prMidentml
WE MAKE I
On approved security
warrant it. Prefer
ence, of course, being
given to our regular
SUMMER WASH MATERIALS
AT McKINNEY ON THE 25TH. SER
MON BY ELDER BROWN
McKlnney, Jhne 2.
On Sunday, Juno Joth thc new Se
cnth Day, Adventlsts Church will to
dedicated, Sermon by Elder" U. V.'.
Drown, of LouisUlle, Ky., President
of Kentucky Conforenco of Sovonlh
Day Adi enlists. Service at :3U ,'.
M. Thor0 will also be preaching
services Friday night and Saturday
morning. A Sabbath School and
Vonnr Pnnnlni Conention will lie
held nnd conducted by Mis8 Dollle
Callender of Henderson, Ky. Dap-
tlsm will be administered Sunday
morning to several candldatos Thoro
will bo good music nt a I services nnd
everybody Is cordially inuted to be
present nt all those services.
Miss Alma Hondlckson, of Sou.h
Manchester, K., and E. M. Trullt, ot
Vanceburg. Ky., are fue guests ol
Mlss Anna (Jocch thU week.
Mrs. D. S. Rlffo nns returned from
l;udlow, Ky., where tho iSslted bur
ton. A. M. Rlffe.
Mr. F M. Ware and family, autoed
to Elixir Springs Sunduy.
Mr. Jesso D. Wcaron, of Stanford,
was In town Tuesday morning lootslns
Herman Gnnn and llsn-j Jacobs,
ilsitcd Mr. Jacob H. White, neir
Taint Lick Sunday morning.
Miss Eva Terry is tho guest qf hjr
cousin, Miss Emogcno Curtis
Mr. E. J. Tanner and family went
to Lexington Tuosday morning In
Mru. Daniel Jacob and, daughters
lEda and Mamie attended the Child
ren's Day son ices at Wnynesburg.
Mr. Richard Scudder and wlfn ami
eon, Miss Samnntha Waro nnd Ilarw
JacobF, attended tho Innoral of Mr
ScmHler's uncle, 'Dr. Hockaday, at
Richmond. 'Inst Thursday. Thoy msde
tho trip in Mr. Waro' new automobl'o
Mr. Scudder wa called bacic to men
n1 TucS(av on account of scrloUs
illness of his nophow.
POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE FROM
WEST END ARE WED
Miss Annie Wood (Joicn, of till
county and (leorge Alfred Carpenter,
kon of Mr. John Stoelo Carpenter, a
lending farmer of tho Weat Knd, wro
i united In mnrrlnge, Monday afternotn
at the hom of tho Urida. Rev. J. II.
Jones, oillclatlng. Aftw the oar
mony a sumiitiouB repaat was onjoyeil
by tho friends of tho contracting
parties. Mr. CarpanUr i n proaiier
ous inorcnaiit of Casy county, while
his In ld0 is an attractife, wliuainv
IN 'EXCELLENT CONDITION
The State Hank examlnor wni In
Crab Orchard on Juna 20th and ar
ter niakliig a through examination of
the lnk "t Hint plc told caehle-
.1 C. llalley that thtt inslltutiun wus
In "excellent condition." Mr. Bailey
naturally fools proud of I bo compll
FARM FOR SALE
e will i-olt privately a farm of
nbout 130 acres In Llnom county,
Iv . oro-lu'vt mile from Crt'i Orchard,
mccly located, rao-jtly bcttom land,
try productive. Every mrc tillablti
Ian abundance of stock water und c
pecially adapted to corn nnd rass.
(ood tenant bouM ot three rooms on
!,., tin IIUawwMnli ,,M.V
EMDROIDERED GRASS LINEN SUITINGS twr nl .-t with lavender, bluo
weather 1 brlv, J7 Inches wldi, iricc per yaid 2c
SILK STRIPPED UIMITIES V broken nccoitni' nt, the lot Includes pink
sold nil -cawn at .' a yard. .0 Inches wide, now 12' ac.
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS The Ideil hot weather lnbrlc, nolra for being ver.
blue, Mack, pink, cho-ks and slitpcn, ic inches wide, per yard 19c.
FIGURED FLOWERED AND STRIPED BATISTE Almon an omllefs vnttoty of pMtterng to Mleet from, J7
mine, wide, ppr yard 10e.
SEHPENTINE CREPE Asery lnpulur fabric in nl the now dMgn, 27 i i'hw wide, prlte per yard 19c.
DAINTY PATTERNED FIGURED AND S' RIPPED VOILES, on whltu gn umN, i Inrtiea wld, per yard tic.
PIN DOTTED CHALLIES, just opmed, colons bl.iciss ground with dots, wl le ground with dots, 30 Inchw
wide, per iJ 19c.
PERCALE Ileal quality, 36 locheiwide, all mw deilgne, price per jnrd "Z'-jc.
WHITE PERSIAN LAWN 10 IncVs wide, erv fine quality, surpl-ingly j:uod for tho price, per yard 12' jC
ttn Hi i m
Rebated In Cash At
GOODS CO., incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky.
SHOOTING IN CA3EY. 1
alu r t ars n, son of W v t aroor ,
i of es Lincoln, shot, and sccrelj
I wounded Samuel Cockrili of Casey
county, Wednesday aHen.oon I lit i
wound though at first thov.tjhi to b
fatal, Ij not regarded 1 phjaicUnr
being dangerous, as the m.idft
man Is doing woll. Carson Is aw ul
211 joars old and a mall carrier on
one of thc rural routes out nt Huston-'
ille. Tho cause of the trouble
could not bo ascertained.
LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT j
I. L. Dunn's, crflitors. Plaintiff. ,
vs. L. C. Dunn and etc., Defendant. ,
Notice of sale.
Pursuant to a Judgment rendered ,
In the abovl otylod action at the
Mny term, 1U11, of the aforesaid
court, undersigned Master Comm's-1
sloner wilt on Monday, July 10. 1911,
County Court Day, nt 1:30 o'clock.
P. M.. in front of the court houw
door in Stanford, Ky.,se 1 nt publ'c
outcry to the highest nnd bost bid
der, tho following real estate, or
much thereof ns will satisfy the
Judgments and claims hereinafter
(1) The undivided one-third lnter
est in remainder, subject to tho life
estate of Mrs. Mary M. Dunn, In the
tract of land near lliistonvuie, in-
coin county, Ky., beginning at a
stone In the line or Jos. Coffey:
thence S 80 W 14 po es, Coffey'f
corner; S 2S V fi poles 10 links to a
pin cKik, corner to same; S 83 73
! 1ll.n . ..,nn- In Ihn .lltntl
r" ' ' , r. ' '" '"' " ,'" A' ,'"'"'
iinn thonr-n hnr linn 2 w sr nolos
to a stone near a branch; thenco up
&JKh ZnT cls
....w, "v--. - - r - .
rods and 27 poles of land.
(2( It the Falo of the Interest In
the nboie described tract lal'a to re-
alto nPiiiTlcient sum to stlfy tbe In -
debledness ol L. C Dunu, and the
costs hereof. I will then sell his ro
mslnder jntorost, subjeet to the life
estate of Mrs. Jennie Dunn In tho
tract near llustonvillo. Lincoln coup-'
ty Ky.. bounded on tho North and
Northwost by tho land of M.
North; on the Unst bv the land of J
T. (looil; and on the West
lands of 1.. C. Dunn and
'Dunn, containing about HO acre.
(; If tho amount raised by thei
aalo of the two trnctB Is insuffirint
for the puiimse aforPMld mentioned
the CommlBdoner will then sell the
mtoroot of L. C. Dunn In the tract
lMtundod on the North and Northeast
by the tend of M. I" North; ou the
South lv the land of J. T (Jpvle on
the North and Northwost lv the !t
of Mr. Mary M Dunn, rnntafp'r ;
uuoui .in ncrf, biiu m bhuhipu nn t
Hustonillle. In Lincoln eoiintv. K
The said I.. ( Dunn also owns th- i"
niBlnrtor iuloret in thl ti-ct in
ject to thp lIfo-tate of 'Mrs Ien"'e
lunn. which interaat th t'oium'sm -i
er will sell
(4) If the sale of the :t forero'n,
boundarle,, fails to rnalhe a TiffW 1
ent sum to latisfy the ffrend
indebtedneM, tho Coni'r will then
.sell the remainder Intorest of 1.
Dunn, subject to the life estate ot
Mrs. Jennie Dunn. In the tract ""
ilustonvil'e, in LInroln couu'v, K
beelunlne on Pine I.lclc nt a nton.-Soulfc-west
ytde of llutitouville (i ''
Allddleburg turnpike road' ttifiw
with Dunn's line 4. W 38 i.i!eh id
u stono in said line, S ''' K 1". wl'ie
(o a Ktonn on tho side of . nl'l !:
thence N .1't W it pol h to tbe In vln
nlUK. containing 2 acres 2 roodf an 1
20 polo of land
Terms' Tho said pnoporty .il1
(sold ou n credit of nix months, and
the piirrbasers will be requited, to
t,io tiood for the purcbasd prim,
with approved pen-nnnl ecurltx p.iv
able to the Commissioner, bonrlre
hlx per cent interest from dale o
Bale, wltli lien retainod wi tlie Ini.tl
sold to socuro the payment of s;Ud
bond, which shall also linye tl o tw
nnd effect of n Jui'gment
Tho purpose ot this xnlo Is to tatiR
ly tho Judgments and c alms uga'nvt
ho sad L. C Dunn, amounting to no
prorlmntoly tho sum of Jl 72? oi
which ha0 been filed amlust t m ln
thi. action: also the costs of this
-ult, amounting to about $! ;
Thi.. Titna !, 1Q11
-"MW, , .W... ,,.,- . . ,
BEST VALUE IN
and black, n most ileMialeo ho1
light b u, gray
light and dainty,
of Town Customers.
Our Transfer Desk Until July First.
-'. TV-Vm. XS. r
OUR DUTY to our departed ones is plain. We
should erect an appropriate MEMORIAL over
their final resting place.
A monument is not expensive unless you care
to have it so.
Our work is unsurpassed and considering qual
ity, is very cheap. We have a large stock to se
Wm. Adams & Son.
142 N. Broadway,
Mrs. Kate Hays Dies.
FORMER LINCOLN COUNTY LADY
SUCCUMBS TO RHEUMATISM
IN KANSAS CITY.
j No,g Ma, receivol hero Wnliitv-
"n ' o (Ictli of Mrs. Kuto Hay,
at tho home of her daughter. Mr: J
ij. McCurdy In Kanwis City. Mo. Tho
niosMRO was to her only son, V. W.
Hay a nnd stated that hor death w-aa
duc to a complications of diieafcoa.
Sho was 71 yoars of age and lived In
this county many years where Hie
i l'doed by many, who roKrfd in liaur
- . . --- -- .-
of her dotnieo. Her husband tlie late '.J,? ,..
-' H. - -ru funn!;:
fin llir. Ilimffini'llt .!!. I... j. all (kai la
on the Huitonvllle pike, but
niter hia death soma 25 )ear uo.
ira ,iva w.n. , i.-.- i-i... .....
L ' ........"' ..
c , , .i,
her daughter. Sho was a deit mom-
her of the I'reabyterian church awl
was fully prepare when the ,,
mimmons came Thre chlldran wr
born to Mr. and II rt. 1!bii ,.
i-.flrl fiinpm thou mail.. It,.,. hn,. ,ti,
thOHl Surviving. Mrt. MrCnnlr
i Kansas City, anC W W,
Hays, of this
the romalns ronchod hero yeatei-
,iy utornlnR from bar late homo aud
! . ,llirlM. ,,,, , ... , . ,,
i "nnlo cemeter.. a large concourse
ol friends following the cortege to tbe
last reMtlns nlare
First Roll of Mono,
Bank in Stanford
First in Centra and
Ninth in State of
orncrKextlo Court Icuse
nnd tin Mindes,
ooIoch are grron,
WW 'O.'-V- "--. V'Nfclk-A -v
HCED I HE WARNING
Many Stanford People Have D-rc So.
When the kldnes art U !!.
Khe nniiiUtakahln warnlnici Mihi
fhonld not be lsnorel I!y ,.,im n
lug the urliii, ami treating ita, y
neys uwn the flrt Jii of dlsord. r.
lwoy da of suffering may lm ae.l
dick klmleyg oxpol a dark. Ill-smell
log urine. lull ot "Iwlclidiwt" ai
mont ami patntul In Mce. Sb,-'
Klxh kln4enra rauav a dull pain i
the Email ot th kwk. Iiad... h.
JitZy iH In, tlreil languid fwir -and
frifiuent rheumatic tvvlimi s
ItoHns KMneye PUIn an, ii ,..
kWiwy, nniy. if j mt!lfr ,r()lll 4
ot the a!oe symptnmi) you cini .
no t(tr rem (,!.
niT(i peoniu recomuMixl
, Kidney mi.
,.u , ,
uh,i ii. irran,
K Main Ht . s
y. I hH?.- from
Miat Doan'i KldnMV imii
H 'ht la clalmiti for thorn. Off
on .'or .voral yeara I had aeni.
I often did w in k
It Otl,f M..
l mt ? "looping
ttak.u. .1... .. .
; tu- iriniuie im'amo m.i ,
"r wa also a too trequent dem .
I '," v. 'J Mu?''CT'$?'"1
J "j' -, SZ'JSVSt
licneflt m whan I hv, taken them
j I'oraala by all daators. Irlce .-.u
red. PlhaKmMI Imrn f'u u..ar-i .
New orh. xh, auu for' the I'nn
""""Mr in na and talc..
FOLUY'S KIOMHY NKMEDY.
I ' Particularly
corunic cauM of ailMy aad ,blaild. r
trouble. It tends to ragu ate ucd oi
trol th kidney and btadtiar aiii.u
and is boullng. strengUMtilug und
t'oley KidMy Mlki coMUia Ju.t
tne IngTcdteats aacawiry to ii;iilai
and strengthen tbv action af tbe kid
wey, and Maddar. Try tbw yourae.'
, A PEEK INTO HIS POCKET
would how tfca. Ihmc. of. Jluehl.iiri
Arnica Salve that E. . Ijoiw, a rai
ix,uter. of J4anlIo. K. V, always mi-
nwm. i nave saver Had a cut. ouud,
brulie. or More it would not aoonj
, tieni, ha writea. Cratt baalcr of
,Uuma. bolto, aeakifl. caappfd Hand
and lips revttwiraa. aklnNruptlons.
ecM.m ewiia and idlos, JSc at
Tunny's Drug tora.
A LEADING CALIFORNIA DRUG.
I'Huadena, Cal., Sinrch 3, ion
Toluy and Co. Oeutloinon: Wo
li.no toil nnd reeojiiniemlcd Vafoy'a
Honey and Tnr (Joiiiimjuho for yoarn.
Wo bollovo It to bo ono of tho mo t
elDclont oxpectorants on tho market
C'ontalnting no opiates or nnrcotlcs It
can bo given freely to children,
I noiiRh of the remedy can bo tuken
to relieve n cold, as it has no nuuneat
in results, and docs not Interfere
I j with dIsetlon. Your very truly, (.'
1 1 II. Ward Drug Co., C. h Paraoni,
No line of our business re
quires more careful thonght in
its selection than our furnishing
goods, and today we are show
ing dress shirts Negligee shirts,
with soft or laundered cuffs
and collar at 50c. $1, $1.50, $2
Night Shirts 50c nnd $1 Collars, nil thc new
Shapes. Four-in-hand bows nnd string lies 25
nnd 50c Suspenders 25 nnd 50c Carters 10c
25c nnd 50c, with thc rubber in them of nny
garter mndc. Collar buttons 5, 10 nnd 25c.
Collar bars for soft Collars
15c. Cuff buttons 25c, 50c
and $1 per pair. Sox, 10 and
25c and a beautiful one in lisle
or pure silk at 50c. Ladies cot
ton and lisle hose 10c, 25c
and 50c. Same in silk at 50c
75c, $1, $1.50 and $2 a pair.
H. J. McRoberts.
1 , .
I i. I prw
1 i- fit . imiroii'il)
pli in i it i-t . it will I e tiiupiii!ii!iM tx.i t! al
ili'trvtid V h.ie ((.lined an e ivuble rrpul iti.in
fur ,ilw.i bvitiir vary
i.ur lompoundinK and feci th.it, in all juMic tuyiur
own immI henlth.you should bring your ant prweriu-
tion ktrt. Here, too, you will bad a loraplrte und In
viting display uf toilet articles, rublnr K"M1, w..ih,
(x-rf ume. toilet pmparatluns and all siundard ri'tucilu-s.
For interior decerning we curry and recommend
ALABAST1NB, tka l..Hllful w.ll outing, t ,'t
una ml' aamptetot tints
PENNY' DRUO STORE.
Stanford, Keillnf ky
BT HiJW' '
DON'T bE TOO titNtKUUS.
Mltb I lie rui.nl, I tu , etc, .u KPt
fiom u Uci.ir mi,. 1 1 it nil orb ii i
inK mi'N'ihU .in n iti ( hi h ibni
'ill- OMllllIlli illiT o c u t I' 10 on
uso 1 tiinn irii.i).ri q uinii.io-. i
J-ou like wo il t, 11 im jubi now to
mix mom to jrt e bo-t rouu.tg at
tho least ('it tor ,p m ui-d nsW nil,
J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky.
WoftMliipoilttonlndniillktmU of con.
ad. In fact. con inuk uy llilim Irom n
tlOU dUWU tO a fPROH lUMt. U'm -..n .....
roa preraptly and imrntis nrt-vUu
Here To Be
i i ill luii pri-
Une f. r vu t .
in . rt., it k't ii m r
iiti-i'i l!i. il in Hie
(arctul and l unvt.iLin In
uad aak ui about r
AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED
POULT RY, EGGS. ICE, COAL,
WOOL. HIDES, FURS,
SALT, LIME, GINSENG,
; H.B. NorthcofL
T. K. Tudor. Mgr.
My uuw miring una nuiumer snuinleu
are now ready for your Inspection,
fuoy couiprlso the beat on tho market
j can tint nuyouo as to prlco who had
nla clothes mad0 tc order. A suit
raado to your measu,o lg preferable
to ready made clothea. To have tliem
made to measure deaan't. eoat any