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Wo are Kill selling good shoes for men at cut price. Can wo have the
plcasuro of laving you lomo money?
Make tho cl.ll.lrcn happy by putting n good feeling, gool wearing shoo on
The new Fall models in Zciglcr aro good to look at. Seo them In
Patent, Vici ami Ooze.
For Men and Hoys in different leathers and lasts to suit any foot.
Not the North polo so much tnlkcuof at present, but the long business
pole that knocks tho persimmon bargain. The last thing wo reached with
this long polo was a well assorted dock of Mon'e, Women's nml Children's
Shoes. Good Shoes arc our hobby. Low pricci our fad.
The Interior Journal.
BrxuroKD, Kv., - Skit. 1 . 190
Pceciaj. Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo
wilt sell on Saturdays and Sundays only
C cents straight. Penny's Drue Store.
Logan STEPiinNSON is attending tho
State Fair, Louisville.
Mr. William CoorEit, of Somerset,
was in town last week.
Mrs. Watt Fields Is with her son,
Allle, in Louisville this week.
MR. D. C. Payne, of Crab urcnaru,
Is in Richmond and Frankfort.
EniTon John Henry Thomas, of the
Casey County News, was hero Satur
day. Mrs. W. 0. Si-eed, of the West End,
who has been quite sick, Is able to sit
Messrs. G. L. Penny, R. L. Hubble
and Sam Harris, Jr., are at tho Stato
md cm I.. Willis, secretary to
Congressman Helm, is here from She!
Miss Mary E. Jarvis has returned
from a week's stay with friends at
Mr. J. T. Carson, of Lebanon, Is
with his father, J. W. Carson, In the
West End.
Miss Francs CoorER Is the guest of
Mrs. It. II. Young In Uuisvillc during
the Stato fair.
Dr. L. F. Jones, of Maywood, will
practice his profession at Crab Orch
ard after Sept. 20th.
Mr. It. N. Looan and wife, of Tus
cola, III., are visiting relatives here
and in tho West End.
Miss Arnold Encleman, of Shelby
City, Is visiting her brother, Mr. Matt
Engleman, at Mt. Salem.
Mrs. Geo. F. Cowan left for Spo
kane, Wash., Saturday, where sho will
make her homo in the future.
Judge M. D. Hughes and Attorney
W. I. Wllliatas, of Lancaster, wcro
here Friday on legal business.
Mrs. Frank Suearin and littlo son,
and Mrs. Salhe Shcarin.of Indianapolis,
are visiting Mrs. J. S. Campbell.
Huiiert Carpenter, of Stanford,
was in tho city last week, tho guest of
Ocll Wltllams.-Somcraet Times.
Mrs. Susan B. Yeager is spending
tho week with Mrs. W. H. Kice in
Louisvlllo and attending tho State Fair.
Miss Clara Cooper left Saturday
for New York City, whero she will
inurk it,;, vnnr In the School for the
Mrroames J. P. Harbison and Amel
ia Smith, of Danville, wero Ruesta of
M..,l.mi J. W. Ireland and Lucinda
Mrs. E. R Zimmerman and littlo
daughter, of Kansas City, are visiting
hr mottir. Mrs. Helta Encleman, at
Shelhv Citv.
Miss Margaret Hocker has entered
Haallton College at Lexington. Her
father. Mr. J. S. Hocker, accompanied
her to Lexington.
T. Hood Encleman, of Julcsburg,
rvwniln h returned home alter a
short visit to his mother at Shelby City,
and his brother. Mr. Matt Engleman.
at Mt, Salem.
J. G. Hackley. son of Mr. J. T,
iiorHnu nf this county, sailed from
New York Wednesday for Europe,
where he will visit many of the Import
ant cltlea and places of interest.
Mrs. E. B. RITCHIE and Master Geo,
M nttrhle returned to their homo in
Mineral Wells. Texas. Saturday. Mrs
3. N. tfenefee, accomDanled them and
expects to try the virtues of tho miner
al waters for rheumatism while there.
Man. Tom Goocu. of the West End,
bas returned after a two weeks visit to
her daughter, Mrs. F. H. Droz. at
Cleveland, 0. Sheas much pleased
with her daughter's home and every'
thinir was done toXmako her visit a
pleasant ono.
Mrs. John Brioht and children have
returned from a visit to relatives In
Chattanooga. Mrs. Robert Gover, of
Llncohfcountr, I visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Silaa McDowell on Jasper street Mrs.
J. P. Kelsay Is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Godbey, at Huston
' vlllo. Somerset Journal.
Toiiacco men, read W.
'Buster Biiown," children's
Cummlna & Wearen.
For hemp knives go to Farrls.
Pork cannel coal at J. H. Baughman
&Co's. Try a load.
i i r
Don't miss our coITeo bargain; for a
few days only. Farrls.
Millinery opening, Friday, Sept.
17th. Your patronage solicited. Misses
i . .
Expert workman on gasolino engines
can be secured by application to tho
Stanford Garage & Machlno Co.
Watch for Buster Brown and his
dog, "Tigo." They nro coming. Cum
mlns & Wcarcn.
Wanted. A good, respcctablo whito
girl who wishes a good" home at good
Mrs. K.
I.iiIm. Tnrnorivll e.
.., - . r
The Stephenson property on Danvlll.
Avcnuo was taken down yesterday at
J 1,080, but was later sold to Mrs. Hugh
Reid. Price private.
For Sale. Beautiful five-room cot
tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo
gan avenue. Price and terms to suit
purchaser. Cicero Reynolds.
I WILL be at the bank each Saturday
to collect tho taxes for the Crab Orch
ard Graded School. Penalty goes on
Oct. 1. Georgo W. Bronaugh.
. i. m m m i
Rev. T. W. Barker will have a sale
of his household effects on Saturday,
Oct. 2, at 10 A. M , tho advertisement
of which will appear next issue.
Saturday, Sept. 25th. is tho last
day for filing turnpike, miscellaneous,
and merchants' claims against Lincoln
county. Georgo B. Cooper, County
The Somerset Times prints a good
picture of Mr. J M. Roberts, who will
collect tho State and county taxes for
Pulaski county during tho four years
beginning Jan. 1.
While riding over his knob land a
few days ago Mr. J. A. Givens was at
tacked by a mad dog, which lacerated
his horse's leg and left the imprint of
his teeth on that gentleman's stirrup.
The canino was a spotted hound.
The republicans have nominated
Messrs K. D. Noakcs In tho Crab Or
chard district for magistrate and J. A.
Singleton in tho Wavncsburg district.
Both good lambs for November slaugh
The Germans of Ottenhcim will have
a celebration on Sept. 25th, it being tho
25th year since their settlement at that
place They propose to have a big
time. Plenty of music will be furnish
eJ and somo speeches will be mado by
the local talent here
Proe. J. D. Clark, of Lexington,
addressed tho tobacco growers at tho
court house here yesterday, urging
them to KX)1 their tobacco and help the
Stato organization down tho tobacco
trust. Ho made a good speech and im
pressed our peoplo favorably.
.- . .
From what wo could learn from re
publican sources yesterday on the
street, all is not lovely In the republi
can camp by long odds over the late
"machine" convention. Tho bosses
eem to be having a hard time satisfy
ing the rank and file of their party by
running over them In steam roller fash
ion. It is love's labor lost at any rate,
for what tho democatlc nominees will
do to them will be a plenty in Novem
Wukn the republican machine of Lin
coin county issued its call for a conven
tlon to nominate county officers, it con
taiaed paragraph that in order to
place a candidate before the convention
he had to send to the chairman or the
republican county committee written
notice to that effect and for what office
he aspired to. We have been informed
that no such notice waa ever sent by
Thos. N. Butt, tho republican nomlneo
for jailer, but tho machine wanted to
"choko oft" clever Isaac Terry whom
a great many peoplo thought defeated
Mr. Butt before the convention. What
do tho peoplo of Lincoln county call
"machlno rule?" Ia It a fact you sup
pose that Mr. Butt didn't know his
name was to be presented beforo the
convention? It must have boeri, for
we havo been told he. said ho was not a
candldatu for the nomination. William
Jennings Bryan says, "Let the Peoplo
KUIO, wmen, us u ruie, in u ouiu ui-
shoes at Cummins!
, I
& Wearen's.
Two good second-hand stoves for sale
at a bargain. Farris.
Let mo Insure your barn nnd
co. W. A. Tribblo, Stanford.
Look at the stoves at W. H. Higgins'
for curing tobacco In your barns.
Phone No. 188 when you want tin
ning and plumbing; done. W. K. War
ner. The city council met last week and
put a llcenso of $300 on tho "hops"
operators of Stanford.
Parties wishing to buy mule colts or
any Kinuoi biock wui uo w.. iu .-..
'ie siock saiua uuu hum " ""
1 Park, Yosemitc, Saturday, Sept. 18.
I f tlivt nrnmtflnrl rn man H flpmltvahln
,n tho eyent j am c,cctcd gherjfT0f Lin-
coin county. I will name my deputies
after Nov. 2. S. J. Bell, republican
nominee for sheriff.
Fall and Winter samples now ready
for inspection. If you want a hand-
somo suit or overcoat let II. C. Ruplcy,
the practical tailor, tako your order.
Fit nnd satisfaction guaranteed.
Lightning Gasoline Engines, Wilder
Strong whirlwind feed cutters and
blowers. Lightning crushers and grind
ers. Lino shafting, pulleys and hang
ers, belting, gas engine oil, etc. Stan
ford Garago Co.
Parties wishing to see a great dis
play of field and gnrden products and
wishing to compete for premiums will
do well to attend tho agricultural show
at Jones Park, Yoscmite, Saturday,
Sept. IS.
For Sale or Trade. Ono 10 horse
power Nichols & Shepherd traction en
gine and two mounted saw mills, log
wagons, etc. All in good condition.
Call on or address O. W. Potts, Rich
mond, Ky.
Vanhook Withdraws. Before he
had gotten well into his race for county
clerk of Pulaski, Mr. J. Harvey Van
hook, formerly of this county but now
a thriving citizen of Burnside, with
drew. Mr. Frank Limeville, a rcpuli.
can. entered on tho independent ticket.
which Mr. V. thought meant certain
defeat for him. He is very thankful to
his many friends in Lincoln and adjoin
ing counties for their words of encour
agement and expects at somo to again
enter tho porrtical erena.
An old adage goes: "Fools build
houses and wise men live in them,
but tho handsome new court house that
tho ptople of Lincoln county are erect
ing will bo occupied by as capable and
as clever a set of public officials as ever
Lincoln county had, after Jan. 1, 1910.
Thu democrats present to you a most
excellent ticket from top to bottom to
be voted for at tho November election
and it will be elected by an overwhelm
ing majority. Tho party is in good
shape and ready to do battle with tho
"machino-made" candidates of the
common enemy. Democrats, put your
shoulder to the wheel, trust in tho jus
tlco of your causo and your blessings
will be bountiful in the end.
- - - -
Daniel Boone on the Trail, which
comes to Walton's Opera House ono
night only, Wednesday, Sept 16, is a
play conceded by both press and public
to stand pre-eminent among all melo
dramic productions of the season's of
ferings. Mr. Morris has spared neith
er pains nor money to mako this pro
duction complete in every detail, the
cast having been carefully selected and
the scenery painted from photographic
views taken in and around the moun
tains of Kentucky where the famous
pioneer, Daniel Boone, spent his early
davs. A roost realistic and thrilling
sceno is the great snow storm and
Boone's fight forlifo with the ferocious
wolves carried and used In this produc
tion. The scene being played back of
a largo net curtain carried by the com
pany is alone a great expense and when
the curtain falls on tho climax many
aro heard to remark: "Was Boono hurt
by tho wolves V Another feature Is
the Introduction of Bounding Elk, a
full blooded Sioux Indian and a direct
descendant of the famous old warrior,
Slttlmr Bull. Ho is a graduate of Yale
and is tho only real Indian actor to-day
playing a responsible part with any
dramatic production. Tho costume is
historically correct and all In all tho
production of Daniel Boono on the Trail
is without a doubt the best of all tho
season's melodramlc offering.
See those school
Of to homes nnd lot. In Jliutonvlllo Ky.
At cjfeutor o( the will nf Mm. Hnttle
lllhopliTcap(l,t will on tlift it"inlK-i In
Huston lite. Ky.. nt nlxjut the hour of 1
o'clock I'. M..nn
ii'llnt pulillo miction to th hlghent bidder
thn two houses nml lot. Inlltulomllle, Kv
which tntrntrlx onnl nt lieriltnth. One
! the houtt) nixl lot on the North slle of
Mnln street nml which Include tho house
where the pusl-nHlcels now kpt. The lot
linan IrolilHKf on MhIii street of Hliout l
fet nml extend, back noout 1 IS feet nnd
nrouml to lmm ille street on which It bns it
frontnueof ntKut fflifeet. The home U l'
.torles.contnln.l) room, nml kltchm. Thero
It n gooil well on I lie 101. me oilier lot
front. on the North.ldeof Mnln.lreetiiLoiit
IIS feet ii ml extend. Imck nhout 114 feet tonn
nl ley. It ndjolnn the other lot nml Include.
Term, nre bnlf cnib, Imlnnco 12 month.,
credit on note., with Rood security tx Bring
lntereit from dny ol title nnd Micured by
lien on the property, with prl liege to the
purchn.er.to pny the note. Iwfore rnnturl
ty. ri.floii itheii hot'. I 1HW, nnd deed
to he then mnde.
Weak Kidneys
Weak Xldnryi. surely point to weak kidney
Stomach, find their weakoeu. not In the organ
The money.. Ukt inaiienrt. ana u.
Itaelf. put in th. nerve, that control ana waia
and (trensthrn them. pr. BhooD't ReMoraUT U
a medicine ipeclccally prepared to reach theae
rontrolllsf nerrea. To donor the Kldn.n alone.
Itruuia. it u a wast 01 tune, ana 01 money as
If tout tack achet or It weak. It the nrlne
raldt. or li dark and ttrocf, If you hare symptom.
ol Ilrtfhu or other dlrtrruinc or danfciou. kid
ney dlteaie, try Dr. Ehoop I KeitoraUve a month
Tablet, or Liquid and m what it can and will
do lor you. Drusgut recommena ana teu
Dr. Stoop's
Iteuortal hi' Condition of
at HtHtiforcl.ln the Htnte of Ki murky, at the
cloteof Imslne.s.Hept. I,lli.
ni.fOL'nci i.
Lonn.nnd Ill.count. IIs
i itcrdritftK.M curt d and huh cured I
I'. H. llondi to K'curo circulation f
Premiums on U.K. homis
Hand., .ecurltlt , etc
ItmibliiL' hnu.ii. furniture mulllx.
turea .. .01 SI
Other mil tnte owmtl 3,M M
Due from National llnnk(iuitre.
mnoiiKent.i SMW
Due from Htatu A Prltutu Hunk
A. Hanker., Tru.l uo . ra -
Init. llnnk.
179 ll
Due from niiiriMdreiereai!ent.
Oh ck. anil other ranh Items
Notes of otherNatlonnl Hank..
Fractional pnH r curri net, nick
el., and Lenin
I.twflll M(im y ltewrto 111 llauk.
till Hpecle 11,)I7
Inal-tendernoti. . i.lSH ui
ttt-demptlotl fund with IT.H.TTeai
urtr (5it cent, of circulation.)
13.H0 S3
SJinl 00
Due from v.
". TreiiMirer
j.sswu es
fnpltnl Stock pnhl 111 ..... WM
Hilriuu. lunu ... . av "
L'mmldid profit.. It. exKne
unit lax. d tmld . 1.A21 w
National Itituk niiti. ouLtandlug W,m l
Due tuotlur National Hank. .... f.k) SI
Due to approted lle.ene Agent... IJXd 10
to check . Ut.M 1
Demand Oertlllcnte. of Depo.lt. l 1
TlmecertltlciiU. of depolt . HJi Itl
Note, and hill. redUiouuUd 11.107 n
WJ7ll A3
Htnte of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, t:
I, John J.McltolierL.Cn.hlerof the nliove
uaimd luink-, do mlotnnly tuenr that the
alKite.tatement I. truo to thu lxt of my
knoitltdgunnd iKMIef.
Johx J. McItoiiKKTH.Cn.hler.
Hubcrllel nnd .worn to lieforo me thl.
it day of Hept., llw. W. M. llrlght, . P.
Correct Attest: J. H. Hocker, H.T
W. II. O'llaniion Dlrtctor..
Heportof thu Condition of
atHtanford.Ky.,lntbe Htate of Kentucky,
nt the close of business, hept. 1, liwi.
I,nn nl DUrnunts . I SM.0I4 S3
ilierdrafts.iecureUundunsecured l,l Kl
IT. H. lloud. to secure circulation
llouds, securities, etc
11a n kl ill! bouse, furniture nnd Hx-
ture. -- - - -
Due from National Dunks (not re-
Due from Htate and l'rltate Hanks
and HMnker..Trus,tOonipnltsand
8tngf flanks. .
(ihecks antl other cash Items. .
Notes of other National Banks .
Fractional papercurrency.ulckels
S0.III) (O
CT.5H) lJ
8,900 00
13 S
104 ft)
Lowlul Money lle.erti In Hank.
Wit Hptcle... II1.1KUW)
IKaMendernote. .. S.W0 Ul
lUUemptlon fund wit h U.H.Treus-
urer (5 iwr ct. ot circulation)
tfl.UO 00
40,000 ou
Cupltal Htock paid In
Hurnlus fund
UndUldetlpronts. less expeiius
and taxes pitUt.M.M. ...m 711 it
National Hank notesoutstaudlng W,tJ0 W
Due to other Not. Hanka 111 7U
Due to rtlnte and Prl-
Tate Hanks A Hunker. .
imllldunldeoslLsuu. ,-...
lect to check , ST7.0M
(Vrtllled checks . i W
Hills payiiblu, inciu.nngi;ertiiicu
of deposit for money borrowed a)) Ul
HeMrtol for tuxes S7i w
a J-f.il SI
Htate of Kentucky.Countyof Lincoln, sst
I. W.M. llrlght, Oa.hler of theabove-naiiied
i..,,iir .I,, toitiiimlv httear that the aUne
ktatenient Is truuto the lie.t of my kiiowl-
edgu mid belief. W. M. IlHiiiilT.Oashler.
Hubtcrllxd nml sworn to inioro iim inn
Wh day of Hept, 1WJ. J.J. ilclloberts. N. P
Oornct Atttall J. . "wsiey, n. u,
Hbuuks, J. II. Puxtoii, Directors.
L. K. Hughes
T. W.
Tliis U no tlream, but n stern reality. Wc lmvo a lew Os
fonla left in Tans, Vicis, Patents, Oxblpod-, Etc., in this sea
son's goods. Latest styles, etc. They must go regardless of
$3 50 Oxford $2 25
3 00 Oxford 2 00
2 50 Oxford I 75
2 00 Oxford 1 50
I 50 Oxford 1 00, Etc.
Our Fall goods are beginning to come in nnd we do not in
tend to carry goods over. Wc had rntber take our loss now
than to carry to next season. Our loss is your gain. Come to
sec us nnd we will convince you that we mean business. Don't
forget that we are still offering Summer goods at tremendous
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes,
The Dixon To
bacco Saver.
This Stove is what tobacco men use in their barns. The
tobacco will euro brighter nnd sell for more money. You can
legiu stripping sooner. You can put to J in your barn.
Call and see them.
i The Waynesbun Deposit Bank
Waynesburg, Lincoln County, Ky.
Hack of all industry and enterprise stands finance; always.,
ready and wllllnjr to encourago aujthlnj; worthy that will ad
vanco tho Interest of the community; but first of all Individual
thrift and Industry, tho loyal support of homo banks by homo
people. Kvery dollar you sae and deposit In our bank la not
only advancing your welfare, but Is encouraging and assisting
homo Industry. Desides the material benefit you derive from a
bank account, wo oiler you every courtesy and facility in hand
Un your business. The Offlcers and Directorate of this Bank
Is mado up of men who aro Individually successful and collec
tively ablo to safeguard your Interests.
President; James A. Hays, Vice President; Stanley Mcintosh, i
Cashier. .
DIRKCTOnS: Dr. J. W. Acton, C. C. Gooch, Dr. A. K.
Caldwell, It. Curtis, L. G. Gooch, James A. Hays, G. W. Leach,
II H. Singleton, J. W. Wheoldon, M. E. Wheoldon.
P .slata)atShafff'MWwsMWl
Wednesday, September 15.
Boone Amusement Co., (Incorporated) Prcseuts tho
Historical Kentucky Itomnuco
"Daniel Boone on the Trail;"
PRICE61 25c, 30c and 73c.
Notk. Tho third act of this famous drama In which Boono has his fight
with the wolves isjplayod behind a screen curtain, thus avoiding all danger.
W. O. Martin
The Sioux Indians
The Den of Wolves
"Laughing Water"
The Indian Princess
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