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3 For the remainder of this month (August), we offer any of our Men's High-Grade Shoes at 25 PER CENT. DIS COUNT. Such well-known makes as Florsheim $5 and $6 Shoes, Burt & Packard $4, R. J. &R. $3 to $4. Take 25 PER CENT. OFF and you have the price. This is a great opportunity to save money. The combining of our Corbin and Stanford stocks gives us too many shoes. We have Patents, Gun Metals, Tans, Vicis and Velour. Come while we have your size. There is nothing better made at any price than Florsheim's Shoes. Anticipate your Fall needs. ; i t I .a. i "t I. m& The Interior Journal. 8tanfori, Kv., - Am. 17, 1900 Sri.'CUi. Joan of Arc 10 cent cijrar we will poll on .Saturdays and Sunday only 6 cents strn'Kht. Penny's Druit Store. PERSONALS. last T. I). Hanky was In Lexington week. loo Penny Is visiting his undo at Richmond. Wm. 0. Martin took In the Ilnrrods burg fair last week. Ueo. D. Hoiteii, Jrt is out after a protracted illness. Miss Dora Strauii is sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. A.s-n Mrs. J. ,C. Hays are guests at Crab Orchard Springs. Lee KurLEY attended tho hop at Marrodburg Friday night. Lloyd rERRlN has returned from a visit to his parents at Anderson, Ind. Mr. W. II. Weaken and little daugh ters spent several days in Lexington. Mrs. Nannie Felasd, of Madison, has been tho guest of Mrs. Mary C Fe Innd. Mr. Heatii Wilms, of St. Louis, is visiting hU parents at Crab Orchard Springs . Mrs. Mary Strauii is drinking the health giving waters of Olympian Springs. Mrs Owen W. Ingles, of Millers b irir, it tho guest of tho family of Mr. E. P. Woods. I'.uv. G. W. Mills and family, of Owingsvillc. were guests of Iluston villo friends. Misses Hutu and Margaret Heck, of McKinney, were guests of Miss Win nie Davis Ilibb. - Mrs. James Dunn and daughters, of Danville, were with the family of Mr. II. J. McKoberts. Miss Lillik I'errin, of Anderson, Ind., is with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 1. G. Warner. Phof. It. A. Ashury, of Cavo Springs, Ga., has been tho guest of Miss Josephine Warren. Mr. Sam C. Lackey, of Harrods burg, has been tho guest of relatives hire and at Crab Orchard. Mr. L. K. Carpenter, of Willinmt port, Pa., has joined his wife at the homo of Mr. J. N. Mencfee. Mrs. D. M. Walker and little daughter, Lucile, aro visiting tho for mer's parenta at Vanccburg. T. C. Willis and family aro now oc cupying their handsome new residence on Richmond avenuo. Jessamine Jour nal. Mesdames J. 11. Foster and J. G. Carpenter and Miss Josephine Carpen ter attended tho Lexington fuir last week. Mrs, S. M. Sauflky and son have rjturned to their homo at Frankfort, accompanied by little Miss Sallie Mills Craig. Mr. Sanford M. Allen and little son, who havo been visiting tho family of Mr. E. I'. Woods, returned to Mil lersburg Friday. Mr. John Coffey and sisters, Misses Magglo and Hena Coffey, of Boyle, are with their Bister, Mm. Joseph Newland, in the East End. Mrs. W. T. Davis, who has been with tho families of Messrs. W. L. and J. M. McCarty, returned to her homo at Pineville Saturday. Miss Josephine Warren, of Stan ford, Is visiting Miss Anglo Kinnaird. II. M. Oallou has gone to Olympian Springs in Casey county to spend a few days, Mrs. W. B. O'Uannon, of Stan ford, was the guest of Misses Fannie and Bettie West. Lancaster Record. Clarence Coleman, of Louisvillo, who frequently contributes news letters to this paper, is taking his vacation and ii spending It at Benton Harbor, Mich., Chicago, Milwaukee and other Interest ing places. He Is accompanied by Mrs. Coleman. Mrs. Georqe Bruce and son, Mr. Howard, left for Spring Lake, N. J whero they will spend tho remainder of tho Summer. Mr. Bruco has associated himself with tho American Realty Com pany, of New York City, and will go there shortly to take up his work. Ad vocate. A good picture of Miss Sarah Boll Hackley, daughter of Mr. J. T. Hack ly, of this county, appeared in Satur day's Courier-Journal. Miss Hackley fei recently written a novel dealing with Kentucky life. It Is entitled 'The Tobacco Tiller," and will be published by a Boston house this month. SEVERANCE & SON. STANFORD Mn. J. D. Eads Is suffering from lumbago. Miss Sue Taylor Engleman has been quito sick. Mr. Will Severance is visiting in Shelby county. Mr. II. M. BalloU, of Lancasrcr, was here Sunday. Mr. Charles Edward Boiion, of Lebanon, was hero Sunday. Mrs. It. S. Sounder and son aro vis iting her parents in Madison. Mr. It. G. Bright and wife, of Nor mal, III., are here with relatives. Dr. John Beck, of Louisville, Is vis iting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beck. Mr. E. C. Walton, editor of this pa per, spent several days in Chicago on business. Mrs. Susan B. Yeager spent sever al days with Miss Lhzabeth Allen at Millcrsburg. Dr. N. H. McKinney and wife, of Carlisle, aro tho guests of Mr. W. M. Bright and family. Miss Horerta O'Uannon went up to Brodhcad yesterday to visit Miss Carrie Frith during the fair. AsiniY M. Warren came up from Louisville and spent Sunday and Mon day with his mother and sisters. Messrs. Joseph Wolfe, of Danville, and Eugene and Leslie Bernard, of Dayton, O., were guesta at the home of Sheriff T. J. Hill. Mrs. J. C. Pickett arrived yester day to nttend the bedside of her daught er, Mrs. W. A. Trlbble, who remains quite 111. Miss Lena Hampton will leavo to day for Cincinnati to attend the Florists National Convention at that place. Mr. It. G. Hampton and Miss Pearl Hamp ton will accompany her. LOCALS. PURE cannel coal at J. &Co's. Try njoad. Ii. Baughmnn Two rooms for rent in the cottage of Mrs. M. J. Withers on Logan Ave. Olympian Springs water at Shugara & Tanner's drug store. Try a glass or a jug. Buy your coal from Singleton Bros , Crab Orchard Ky. Cheapest place in town. Get Olympian Springs water at Shu gars & Tanner's. They aro sole agenU for it. -HU I.. I- The L. & N. will sell round-trip tick ets to the Brodhead fair, which begins Wednesday, at 85c. City Taxes. Your city taxes for 1909 are due. Please call and settle. B. D. Carter, collector. TAXKS.-Tho tax books for 1009 are now ready. Come in and get your re ceipt T. J. Hill, shcriir. The L. & N. will sell round-trip tick ets to the Richmond fair Aug. 18 to 20, good returning 21st, at $1,30. . . Hand painted China makes hand some and appropriate wedding presents. Sco Mrs. Catherine McClary. i . m m John Skidmore, who Uvea on Ma son's Gap, has a 20-ounce Pippin npplo on exhibition at the Lincoln County National Bank. I will havo on hand the coming week "Lightning" balanced power gas oline engines, lightning power grinder, cob corn and small grain cutters and blowers for silos, J. O. Held, Stan frod. The stockholders of tho First Nation al Bank of Fort Scott, Kas havo been called on by the Comptroller of tho Currency to liquidate at once. There are several shareholders in this county holding about $4,000 or $5,000 of it who will havo to "pony up." Mayor Hume, of Frankfort, issued an order arresting every loafer in the city. Each ono will get, ho says, a stiff sentenco in tho polico court and work out tho fino on tho chain gang. Let Mayor Florence, Police Judge Trlbble and Chief of Police Carter "sit up and take notice." Nearly KEADY.-Carpcntcrs aro at work making tho necessary changes on tho store-room in Odd Fellows' block, in which Mr. J. O. Reid will establish a garago and stationary engine depart ment. Tho doorway is being widened and tho concrcto grade from the pavo ment to tho street is finished. It Is a good pleco of work and was done by Phillips Bros. Cummins Wanted, a few shares of First Na tional Bank stock. This oflice. Prices on Ladies' Oxfords reduced. See our windows. Cummins & Wearen. SEE Bclden & McBeo for carriage repairing, painting and rubber tiring, Shop opposite depot. r m a .. i . i ii Eventually you will ustf cither Rex or Economy coal from Denham's yards. Why not begin now and save the dif ference ? i ii ... m . ii Will Blakely, colored, was given 30 days In jail for stealing a small amount of Hour from Mr. John B. Hlg gins' store. Lost, black shepherd dog, four white feet and fat. Left last day of fair. Reward. A. It. Matheny, Stanford, It. F. D. No. 1. A, J. Haggard, secretary of the Brodhcad fair, has our thanka for a complimentary which we hope to use several days this week. Lost, in Stanford Sunday, a pocket book containing four $100 gold certifi cates, several letters, etc. Very liber al reward. Leave at this office. ... No. 27, the Richmond-bound passen ger left the track near Lancaster Thursday, causing a delay of eight hours. Fotunately nobody was hurt. - . . Mr. S. M Owens tells us that ho has a tobacco plant the lavcs of which measure 49 inches in length and 26 inches wide. This beats oil records yet Who's next? farm for SALE.-115-acro farm on Dix river, four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble. Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn. J. F, Rigncy. Stanford. A dispatch says that several Negroes aro under arrest at Pnducah charged with passing counterfeit money. This shows Komo evidence of energy. Stan ford Negroes as a rule are too lazy to get their claws on even tho bogus coin. While attending tho Blue Grass Fair last week Col. I. M. Dunn, of Danville, came near being the victim of n pick pocket. He became, aware of someone trying to "touch" him and seizing tho thief gave him a sound drubbing. Well done, Colonel. Notice. Tho order entered by the county court Aug. 9, dismissing the ap plication for n local option election in Lincoln county, has been, by tho court, set aside and an order made setting Tuesday, Aug. 21, at 10 a. m., as the timo to hear and pass upon tho applies tion. The men who secured tho 1,309 signatures to tho pollution must, at that time, bo present to make tho proof required by Statuto or no election can bo held. Suicide. Former Polico Judge D. W. C. Armstrong committed suicide at Lancaster Saturday morning by shoot' ing. Ho had been in bad health for somo time and left a noto savin? his act was tho result of his physical condition.. Ho was CO years of age, and ono of the best-known men in this locality. He was found dead in his room at tho Ward Houso by a servant. Ho was lying In a pool of blood with a bullet hole through his head. A revolver was grasped in one hand and a knife in the other. The revolver had been borrowed by Judge Armstong who stated that he expected to kill a dog. He had been dead several hours when found. Shot. Thursday evening about 8 o'clock while Mr. and Mrs. George A. Eubank 8 were sitting on the front porch of their home near Hustonville, a party of rren, supposed to have been drinking, rode by and began shooting. One of tho bullets struck Mrs. Eubanks in tho forehead and glanced off, inflict ing a painful but not dangerous wound. A diligent Beared was at onco instituted by officers but so far all efforts havo failed to apprehend tho guilty parties. As neither Mr. Eubanks nor his wife havo any enemies that thoy know of, tho only conclusion they can arrivo at is that the shooting was done by somo ono under tho Influence of liquor and merely shooting at random. It is sin cerely hoped that tho rowdies will bo caught and punished to tho fullest ex tent of tho law. Life and property are unsafe when such violators of the law art allowed to run at large. Novelties in neckwear. & Wearen. To Mammoth Cave. August 2othon regular train. Last for tho season. $12 fiS for a thrco days' trip. Includes railroad fare, board at hotel, and the several routes through tho cayo from all stations on tho Cincinnati and Knox villo divisions. Ten days' limit on tick ets. See L. & N. agent. Mn. C. W. Adams, of Hustonville, and Rev. G. W. Mills, now of Owings ville, but formerly pastor of the Hus tonville Christian church, wero here Saturday getting plans and figures on buildings they proposo to erect in the west fc.no capital, it will be remem bered that both gentlemen lost proper ty In the recent fire there. Mr. Adams will erect a two-story brick house, 2Lx 75 and will have one of the most up-to- date drug stores in this section. Rev, Mills will probably contract for a dou bio store-room of concrete. AliOUT 45 years ago, it happens, that whilo there was great family rejoicing on the waters of tho Hanging Fork, in Lincoln county, Ky., at the birth of the baby who was afterwards to become the editor of this paper, at the same hour, at the mouth of Richland Creek, in Knox county, Ky., there was born W. T. Davis, the subject of this sketch. Endowed with the ordinary amount of good sense, an ambition to become a good citizen, yet somewhat handicap ped by the lack of opportunity, ho has taken his place along with the citizens of the mountains of Kentucky, a good type of the good citizen. He comes of Union Btock, with republicanism a part of his nature. He has been a politician. an office-holder, and under most circum stances, a capable one. He is now an applicant for the position of United States District Attorney, with a fair chanco of appointment. It behooves our people to begin a campaign in his behalf, regardless of politics. Let the president know that his neighbors and those who know him best, think that he is worthy and well qualified. Charles W. Metcolf in Pineville Sun. Mr. Da vis' wife is a sister of Messrs. W. L. and J. M. McCarty, of this place. JJ.BELDEN&CO. IIouu mill rnrrlagu painting. graining mm mini wood llnlslilriK. paper IttiblHT tlrlnii ii specialty, Hliop opposite depot. J. J. Hei.ukn .v'o.,Htntirorcl, Ky, IUI1IRII1K NOTICE I Notice la Ihti'Iiv given thnt nt tin' Hop Ii'iiiIkt, miu. iiHitliiK t tln I Ion rU (if I'd on t'oiiiiiillonnra, I w III risk tlicin to Kraut mtt n parole. 1 mil now i-otilliird In tile MtMf( tu'lllf l.lltflirv tt k'NlllLlnrt linHu, lliu jiKlmnent of the I.lncolii circuit court for snooting lien rcrrlil. My sentence, wliicli vwia glM'ii June, Uw, being (or Is months. HM Kotiiwki.l. STOP THAT HEADACHE Ily InirlliR jour eyu properly llttttl with lili:h-irriiQtIms. J. F. Hill. Knit Main Kt.. Htiinf.ml, Ky.,wlll mipply jour need anil guarantee aatlifnctlon. Me also earrlei in aiocK 1-.1111.011 piionogriiplia mm the latest records which ou can buy forcaah, or on monthly Installments. Call ami let ua talk t tie mutter otr. KYKHTKBTKU KHKK. FARMS FOR SALE 1 t ul.li ,n ...11 n,lit.l.l ...w .... n f.O ........ , . ,-., . vit ,f 1 1..1-.J MIMJ ,1,, ,I It W (IV, r at J umbo. Lincoln County, Ky. tour miles from McKinney. Una on It good 10-rooiu duelling, good barn, cellar, spring house. line water, etc Ijwul lain high state of cut- tlintlnn. .Vino IHM fillip ntllMT KtllMll fit r 111 m for sale. All well Improved. Terms satis factory. n.u.Hiri'I.tt, Htnnford, Ky., II, F. 1). No. it. NOTICE! The order entered bv the county court Aug. V, dismissing the application for u lo cal option election In Lincoln county, hat been, by (he court, let aside anil an order maue setting ruesuay. Aug. zi. ui iua.m na the time to hear and pass upon the applica tion. The men who secured the IHu signa tures to the iietltlon must, at that time, be present to make the proof reiiulreU by Htat- ute ur iiu vih:iiuii can ue lieiu. Fine Blue to to Reasonable Prices. We havo lor salo n great many do sirablo farms, located in Marion ami adjoining counties. In sizes, these farms range from tho very small farm to tho very largo one. 1'iices very reasonable. Thceo lauds aro adapted to tho cul tivation of all tho crops raised in oth er portions of tho Bluo Grafs region. o havo a lino hurley tobacco sec tion. If you aro interested, writo or call on us. Central Ky. Real Estate Co. Lebanon, Ky. T. W. 25 Per L. R. Tlughcfl We havo a few Skirts left in Voiles, Panama', Ac, all col ors, 25 pK CENT. OFF FOR CASH. We also havo a few Linen Wash Suits left. Regular prices from 88 to 312.50. Trice now from 85 to 88. This is this fcason's'goodj. Latest etyles and best pattern?. Our lo-s w your gain. Don't forget the tremendous CUT we are making on all Ox fords. You may also take any prico of Dress Goods in our house at 25 PER CENT. OFF. Big CUT on all other lines. Come to sec us. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Oliver Plows, W. H. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. SUMMER ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY. AUG. 19th. $16 ROUND-TRIP $16 vtV w w w NEW YORK-Every dy. round Itip. ,11 uil. Vu Norfolk and U. U. Going Rail BOSTON Going Riil and Ocean; Returning OLD POINT COMFORT-Tuesday July 27. and Saturday. Aug. 21. Fifteen Days Limit $12.50, Very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Senhore Resorts, on Sale Diily. Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Points in Virginia, on Sale Daily. For full information call on or address CEO. W. BARNEY. D. P. A.. Ticket office Phoenit Hotel. Lexington, Ky. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. KY. Humlilo "W. O. Martin cent. oil. Disc Harrows and the Supe rior Grain Drill are three im portant articles necessary in raising your wheat crop. We have them all ready for you. You will make no mistake in buying this line. Call on us when we can serve you. RATES VIA $28.00. S. (o. 30U.UU. ind Ocean; Returning River, Like ind Rail $32.15. River, Lake. Sound and Rail through New York, with ttopowu $3735.