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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 2, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909070201_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): July 2, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $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. 5PM' prnpnrr '' r,m-- WSPWHWMW " "Kn ti rfi 'PjwiT'twr The Interior Journal. ?0L. XXXVII. POWERS OF CONTEST COMMIT TEES. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. JULY 2. 1909 such primary election shall havo the ed by tho rule. The Committee, hav- HUSTONVILLE. power to hear and determine such con- - Ing heard argument upon this question, Bio Fire SAt.K.-Go- ods at half cost. test, and declda who shall be entitled decided that under tho rulo the petition Within tho next two weeks we mean to to the nomination. (ADV) The proceedings in must hnve been obtained within 10 days sell every thing that was saved from Tho opinion of the Court of Appeals such cases shall be In such form and after tho election, and, thi9 not having the fire. Come early and get big barof Kentucky, published below, Is Inline manner as the committee or governing I been done, a recount of tho ballots gains. Hats, skirts nnd notions. Miss could not bo had. This was certainly a with former decisions of that court and authority shall determine upon." It Is conceded by the parties to this determination of tho legal question Cora Lipps & Sister, Hustonville. iihould put nt rest any doubt which msy Every member of tho Hustonville havo heretofore existed ns to the power litigation that the only question to ln based upon the party's rules, and binds Christian church is urged to be present committees determined upon this nppcal is whether the contestant and all others concerned of county or district party next Lord's Day, July 4th, to hear tho when sitting as boards of contest. The or not tho Committee heard nnd deter- in the contest. The contestant not reports of tho year's work and the i this opinion Is that the mined the contest between Mnson andjhavlng produced any other evidence plans for tho future. Come in time substance of for showing that ho was entitled to the decision of tho comtilttco In contests Dougherty. It is also conceded that nomination, the Commltteo dismissed the teaching service of the church. W. over nominations, whether the decision tho courts have no power to correct the Is of this S. Willis, pastor. be right or wrong, Is final, and that tho decision of the Committee In such a the whole procedure, and It I am open for business In tho Newnatter, however erroneous it may be. action thut appellee complains. courts havo no power to set aside or In my Am replenishing Wo aru of opinion that tho learned ton building. any manner Interfere with It; that tho The only power which the courts havo stock, and will appreciate n continuance Is po- Is to forco tho Committee to decide, trial judge erred In awarding tho man matter decided by the committee We of tho pitronago you have given me in litical rather than legal, and for this but they can not review their decision. damus against tho Committee. past. Havo some goods with package 11R Ky., think the questions of law which arose reason the courts have no jurisdiction The case of Beasley vs. Adams, soiled, but contents ns good as ever, the C93, for all practical purposes Involv- upon the pleadings In the contest be- which you can buy cheap. Kindly come over It; and this is true whether within committee bases its ruling on n ques- ed tho questions we havo here. fore tho Committee were alone and in and settle your account. I need monlaw or one of fact. This opin- In the opinion, after quoting from sec- their jurisdiction to determine; tion of ey. C. W. Adams. seem tion 1,563, Ky. Statutes, the following: they having determined them adversely ion of tho Court of AppcaU would T. J. Robinson died suddenly at his all cases of a tie voto or contest, to the contestant, ho can not have their to settle tho contest between Baugh ''In Tho home here on the 18th inst. about G A. decision reviewed by tho courts. man and McCarty in favor of the lat- tho committee or governing authority was upon the contes- M., caused by an attack of "Angina ter, as it is In direct conlllct with tho of the political party holding su'h pri burden of proof election, shall have the power to tant, and ho having failed to adduce Pectoris." Several members of this decision of Judge Bell. It is fair, how- mary which tended to overthrow immediato family had died from the ever, to Judge Bell tc say that tho hear and determino such contest and any evidence had felt for a long decide who shall be entitled to the nom the certificate of nomination which had same cause and he opinion of tho Court of Appeals was proceedings in such cases been awarded to the' contestee, the time that he would pass off in the same not rendered until a few days after ination. The way. Mr. R. was CO years old and apshall be in such form and manner as Committee had a right to dismiss the Judge Bell's decision. peared to be a man of active, vigorous power procedure tho committee or governing For these reasons, the judgement is physical health. He had lived here for shall determino upon." Wo said Court of Appeals of Kentucky. removing from Lancaster "This makes the decision of the con- reversed, with directions to dismiss the many years, CommitThe Democratic Executive with his bro'ther, Jacob, to the farm test committee final. The language petition. tee of Harrison County, Ky., &c, Ap. now owned by Mr. Stevens, a short disthat the commltteo shall have tho pellants, tance from town. He was well known NEWS NOTES. power to hear and determine such con Vs. to every resident of the town and to tests, and decide who shall be entitled It was so hot in Colorado tho first of James A. Dougherty, Appellee. nomination, precludes the Idea tho week that railroad rails were twist- the people of the West End of Lincoln Appeal from Harrison Circuit Court. to the by his modest demeanor and that there shall be nn appeal. The en ed by the sun's rays and a wreck re- county nnd affable bearing, won and held their re Opinion of the Court by Judge Bar- tiro matter is referred to tho governing sulted. spect. ker, Reversing. authority of the party for its decision, Fire destroyed a tobacco barn conBy close attention to business and Demo- and this is eminently proper, as the taining over C.000 pounds of tobacco In the Summer of 1003 tho economic habits he accumulated an esIs purely political. This con- owned by R. A. Vincent, of Barren cratic Executive Committee of Har- question tate estimated at $75,000, chiefly in is consonant with sound county. rison County duly and regularly called struction cash and bank stocks. He was very reason, and any other would violate tho State Senator Israel W. Durham, one conservative In all his business transa primary election, for tho nomination of county officers, to t? l"ld on the elementary canon of statutory construe of tho Republican leaders of Philadel- actions but always scrupulously honest. should not bo so in- phia and prominent in State politics, 14th day of November. 1903. At this tion that tho law He dispensed charity in a way that al primary election, the appellant. E. F. terpreted as to make it vain or illusory. died suddenly at his Summer residence ways (lid good, but did it in Buch a way pur- in Atlantic City. Mason, tho appellee, James A. Dough- Primary elections aru held for the that the outside world knew but little erty, and Gcorgo T. Itenaker were pose of nominating party candidates The Indiana Refining Company's oil about it. Several young men and wo regular Stato election there- tanks at Torrent, were destroyed by enndidates for tho nomination of tho for tho men too, were beneficiaries of his, party for the office of clerk of the Har- after to be held for the selection by tho lightning. The blazing oil set fire to while striving for an education. He primary whole people of their official servants. surrounding buildings and the loss is rarely ever spoke of theso acts to his rison circuit court. After tho right of political parties to so estimated at J5O.OO0. o The election was held tho Executive most intimate friends even, but he reThe preparation of a bill to exclude alized the fact that he was doing good canvassed the returns, select their nominees has been deemed met and re- sufficiently important to safeguard the Negroes from employment as firemen and his reward would come in due time. and. having found that E. F. Mason ceived JO moro votes than cither of his official machinery by which the elections and trainmen m Georgia was begun by In all questions, political or other opponents, they issued to him a cer- are held with the protection of the law; n commitco representing tho firemen wise, he could invariably bo found on but if where there are contests over the and trainmen of the Georgia Railroad. the moral, conservative side. He was tificate of nomination. Tho Woodill murder is a closed case vice president of the National Bank Afterwards on the ISth day of Nov- nominations, the defeated enndidates ember, 190a, the appellee, Jnmcs A. may appeal to tho courts, it would as far as tho Maryland authorities are here and its largest stock holder. He Dougherty, caused to b served upon necessarily follow that the Stato elec- concerned. The State's Attorney said had held this osition since the organi the Committee and appellant Mason a tion would be held before the contest ho was convinced that Eastman alone zation of the institution and was one of tho crime, though four its most notice of contest Tho Committer was could be settled, and the political party committed watchful and conservacalled together. after receiving this whose nominees wero thus involved in members of tho Coroner's jury thought tive directors. The bank loses one notice on the 20th day of November, litigation would have no place on the there were grounds for believing that of its best men and his advice will be question, and others were implicated. nnd formulated tho following rules for ticket for the offices in missed by all those associated with him. the statuto rendered abortive." And An increase of 311 in the total of rail He was married about 30 years ago to determining tho contest: road casualties, but a decrease of 05 in Miss Minnie Knuffman, of this place, "Rules for determining tho contest again: "In the case at bar the governing the totnl of persons killed, as compared who survives him. His married life between Jas. A. Dougherty contestant, upon with the figures for the corresponding for tho nomination of the Democratic authority of the party has acted was a happy one, ns the entire com Mason, contestee, for tho sufficiency of appellant's grounds of quarter last year is shown for the munity well knows. He had been a party and E. F. contest, and rendered a decision cirFebruary nnd months of January, the office of clerk of tho Harrison to him. This judgment can not March, l!w. by Aevidont Rulletin No. faithful member of the Christian church cuit court. since early manhood and did his part "Resolved by tho Harrison County be reviewed by us. Courts will often 31, issued by the Interstate Commerce faithfully and well. rcquiro officials to act In matters, tho Commission. During the months namDemocratic Executive Committee, in His associates and the community at meeting assembled, that the rule for decision of which is exclusively within ed CG3 persons were killed. largo will miss him. E. A. Jas. their discretion, when they refuse to do determining tho contest between so, although they will not review tho Resolutions of Respect. Mon Past Fifty In Danger. A. Dougherty, contestant, and E. F. decision when made, however errone- Mason, contestee, bo ns follows: Men past mldjllo life havo found At a meeting of tho officers of the "All the petition of contestant lous it may be." Hustonville Christian church tho fol- - comfort and relief In Foley's Kidney Applying the principles thus enunciat lowing resolutions wero adopted: Dougherty is hereby dismissed, except Kcinedy. L. K. Morris, Doxter, Ky , that portion relativo to tho accuracy ed, we have no difficulty in reaching the Whereas, in the Providence of Gcd writes: "Up to a year ugo my father suffered from kidney and bladder of tho counting of tho votes: This conclusion that the Committeo heard our dear brother nnd fellow-officeCommittee will meet on the 15th day and determined tho matter of contest Thomas J. Robinson, has been called trouble and several physicians pronounced It enlargement of the prostnto of December, 1903, and hear proof to between tho rival candidates. In the suddenly hence, be offered by contestant and then de- notice of contest several grounds wero Resolved, that we, tho board of off- gland and advised an operation. On termine whether or not said proof as relied upon by tho contestant; theso icers of the Hustonville Christian account of his ago we wero afraid ho o were all dismissed by tho Committee, church, hereby express our deep sense could not stand It and I lecommcnded then offered will warrant this in opening the said ballot boxes except that one which alleges that the of loss, and our sincero regret because Foley's Kidney Remedy, and tho first more of his departure. He was ever faithful bottlo relieved lilm, and after taking and recount tho ballots as claimed In contestant in reality received votes than tho contestee. Whether in his duties as a citizen, as a member the second bottle ho was no longer the petition." On tho 15th day of December tho this decision was right or wrong it is of tho church and as nn officer. troubled with this complaint. Now Commltteo met and adjourned to the not within our province to determine, Resolved. That wo hereby extend Stanford Drug Co. 18th day of December, on which date it It was within the jurisdiction of tho our deep spmpathy to his dear, faithful It would seem, from the continued again met pursuant to tho order of ad- Committeo to pass upon tho sufficiency wife and other relatives in this, their howling of some of the metropolitan dismissed the of tho grounds of contest, and their do great afiliction. journment, and they then newspaper advocates of the "business appellee's petition and contest. Where- cision, that certain grounds relied upon Resolved. That n copy of these resInstituted this action for a wero insufficient, was in principlo tho olutions bo spread upon our minutes interests," that tho only thing tho peo upon he mandatory Injunction requiring the name as if a demurrer had been filed to and n copy furnished tho family and plo of Kentucky want to invest in is booze. But they will wake up to the Commltteo to hear nnd determine his theso grounds and sustained by tho published in our county paper. contest for tho nomination Upon final Committee. This decision left only ono W. S. Willis, chairman, V. U, Morse, fact ono of these days of tho fallaciousness of such u conception. Advocato e question to bo determined: Which of secretary pro tern, trial the chancellor held that the iiaBMBHBisBavsHBVBMMMsNavavsBjsjs had not heard nnd determined the two candidates received tho great Could Not Be Better. Don't drug tho Stomach, or stl'iiu-lat- o tho contest, and entered a judgment In er number of legal votes? As to this No one has over made a salve, ointtho Heart or Kidneys. That (s pe- ground the contestant seems to havo accordance with tho prayer of tho ment, lotion or balm to comparo with tition, requiring them so to do. From relied in tho main upon his right to a wroog. It Is tho weak nerves that are Hucklen's Arnica Salvo. It the one Commltteo and E. recount of the ballots In the boxes crying out for help. Vitalize theso this judgment tho perfect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, F. Mason havo prosecuted this appeal. which had been preserved, and, so far weak Insido controlling nerves with Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Bolls, Ulcers, 15C3, of tho Kentucky as this record shows to the contrary, Dr. Shoop's Restorative, and sco how Section lZezema, Salt IMieum. For Sort) Eyes, Statutes, concerning contests In pri had not been tampered with In any quickly good health will como to you Cold Sores, Chapped Hands Its suto a re- again. Test It and see! Sold by penmary elections, In so far ns pertinent way. The contestee objected premo. Infallible for Piles. Only count of the ballots, and relied upon a ny's Drugstore hereto, Is as follows: 25o nt Penny 'a Drug Store. rule of tho Democratic party, formulat "The duly authorized and constituted m Broughton Brandenburg was acquit Fighting in a swamp with a cheap, committee or governing authority in ed at its last convention, which author ted at New York on tho charge of grand r pistol, Robert Jenkins, a the county or district in which a pri- Ized a recount of the ballots provided larceny, growing out of the uale to tho murder, held at bay Negro, accused mary election may bo held hereunder is this is requested by ten per cent of tho New York Times of an articlo purport- a Sheriff's posseof near Adrian, Ga., until hereby empowered to count the votes voters voting at any election precinct, ing to havo been signed by Grover he had wounded two of them, and then received by all candidates in such pri- the request to be shown by a petition Cleveland. He was at once arrested on exclaiming, "Lord, have mercy on my he dropped dead, riddled with mary elections, and to declare the can- in writing signed within ten days after a chargo of kidnaping his step-so- n In soul," rifle and pistol balls. or candidates, in cases where the election. It was tho theory of the St. Louis. didate candidates for more than one office are contestee that tho contestant did not A tickling or dry cough can bo of real Cofto bo nominated, receiving tho highest show himself entitled to a recount of Tho cleverest imitation with Dr. Shoop's - fee ever yet made U Dr. Shoop's quickly loosened to obnumber of votes the nominee of such the ballots becausef he had failed nt Cough Remedy. No opium, no chlonafrttlnn nf w th Health Coffee. It Is tine In flavor .t wm vm political party for the office for which La I It a wsuvevM W An roform, nothing unsafe or harsh, in the election and Is made in just ono minute. No be was voted for at such primary elec- voters participating Sold by Penny's Dr.ug Store. t, within ten daya next after the election, tedious 20 or 30 minutes boiling. Made tion. In all cases of a tie vote or pe- - from pure parched grains, malt, nuts, There were 10 deaths from heat in the committee or governing au The contestant did obtain such Chicago Monday. thority of tho political party holdla tltion, but not within tbe time preterit- - etc. Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. ' Com-mlttead-vr, Com-mitteCom-mlttcsmall-calibe- il ""' NO. 30. summer ? s K Monarch Shirts Linen Collars, Mb ifc tfr GUARANTEED HOSIERY lit New colors. t Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. BEGINNING JULY 1st WILL SELL ROUND TO Norfolk and -- TRIP TICKETS All Rail $28 00 25 50 23 23 23 23 23 26 25 80 80 80 80 O. D. S. S. Co. $30 00 Via Norfolk and 30 30 30 30 30 NewYorkGly AlUnticCily A.bury Park. N. J Long Branch. N.J. Ocean Ctove. N. J Spring Grove. N.Y O.D.S.S.&N.Y 00 00 00 00 00 SeaCin.N.J 80 15 Cape May. N. J Ocean City. N. J 80 , GOOD 30 DAYS. LIBERAL STOP-OVER- S I . On ale every day. Round trip Ticket New York and Boiton, rail and water, going one route allowed. and returning another. Good 30 days; ttop-ove- ri Round-tri- p tickets to ail mountain and summer resorts. Good Oct. 31. Old Point Comfort andretura. July 27 and August 21. Tickets good (T1 (k 1 5 days. Stop over allowed on return trip Atlantic City and return, August 19. Tickets good 15 days. Stop. over allowed on return trip at all authorized points For lull information call on or address CEO. V. BARNEY, D. P. A.. Lexington, Ky. Ticket office Phoenix Hotel. William M. Yent.City Ticket Agent. C't f CC y X.t JJ O p&.lJJ Use Arnold's Hand-Ma- de first-clas- Buggies, There nro plenty cheaper buggies but there nro none better. Buggy s work, 810; phaetons, Y1 surreys, 814 ami up, accordpaiutiug, ing to the size. Per set, buggy steel tires, best quality, at 83.f0. Buggy and leliuul in !50 ounce rubber at $8. Buggies tops ut 810. Buggies recovered in leather ami reliucd lor 825. Rubber tires, tho best on the market and tho lowest prices, Goodyear ami Kelley, at 814. Best Goodrich at 810. We solicit your trade. R. Af. ARNOLD. DANVILLE. KY. tt rf con-tea- MB. FAHMEH: Make your homo as modern for your family as a city residence, and plueo yuan-el- f in u position to get tho latest market quotation ut any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service, which you utid your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or uddress our nearest oliice or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., foe information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rote. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we cau immediately Interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, Teuuessce. Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana ami EA6TTENNESSEKTEL.ftTEL.CO. Illinois. (IKCOm-OUATSC- RURAL TELEPHONES. ,. T Hvrfll, r? f "AM riBMHMKrtS3fcM . T" -- jrT- The Interior Journal. CC WALTON Jeffersonian simplicity marked the advent of Gov. Drown to the executive office In Georgia. In a suit of clothes made from cloth manufactured In his State he walked with a friend or two to tho capitol, took the oath of office, received the great seal of tho Common wealth from Gov. Smith and it was all over. The retiring governor, whose first act on taking the reins of govern roent was to remove Drown as railroad commissioner, treated the new executive with very scant courtesy and strode from the office without a sign of rccog nit ion or congratulation. Tho two have long been political enemies and Smith would not assume a virtuo by dissembling. Smith's action may bo deplorable, but ho has precedent for his bad behavior. John Adams is said to have left Washington when Thomas JetTer-so- n was to be Inaugurated his presidential successor to keep from meeting his old emeny. Later. Gov. Drown continues to work the simplicity racket. He has had installed a long handled gourd at tho water cooler in the reception room for drinking purposes. There is nothing more disagreeable to drink from than an old gourd. The new governor will overdo the thing if he don't Rev. George D. Vereo will preach at the Union Services at the Christian church Sunday morning and night. Schlatterer, the "Divine Healer," is in jail at Dcs Moines, Iowa. He is charged with obtaining money under falso pretense. The fourth quarterly meeting of the Preachcravlllo chargo will bo held at Hebron July C and 7. First service Tuesday ovcnlng at 8 o'clock. Sacrament of tho Lord's supper will be observed. Quarterly conference Wednesday, beginning at 10:30 A. M. Subject at tho Methodist church SunHere and There. day morning will be, "Tho Polity of the Charles II. Warren, of Nelson coun- Methodist Church." The appointing ty, was killed by lightning. power and how preachers are made, from heat Wilbur etc. Epworth League service 7:15 r. While crazed Adams, of Walton, jumped into n cis- M. The Methodist and Christian tern and was drowned. churches will unito in union service at Tho Durley Tobacco Society adopted Christian church Sunday night. tho 100!) pledge to present to tho farmers for signatures. Tin McKlnniy Weeltn Mills, Zay Slaughter, of Todd county, took refugo from a storm by getting under McKlnniy, Ky. a tree, and was struck by lightning and killed. Merchandise imports through the port of New York during the fiscal year 1909, ending yesterday, were $SG,000,-00- 0 in excess of those in the fiscal year 1908. An attempt was made to assassinate Jacob and Robert Woods and John B. Lewis near Crockettsville, Dreathitt county. Five shots were fired at them from ambush but none took e fleet. A material decrease in the production of coal in Kentucky during the past year Is shown by the annual report of the State Inspector of Mines, C. J. Norwood, made to Gov. Willson. The total output for the year was 9,806,777 tons, worth at the mines $9,776,702. In only two of the counties of the State has the "second whirlwind campaign" for education failed to go oft with all the enthusiasm that was expected, according to reports that havo come in to Superintendent of Public Instruction J. G. Crabbe. These counties were Washington and Marion, where the principal rallies were missed through After defeating Senator Tillman's amendment for a tax of ten cents a pound on tea bv a vote of 18 to 56, thus concluding the schedules of the tariff bill, the Senate took up the Income and corporation tax questions. Senator Aldrich said he would support tho corporation tax amendment as a means of defeating tho Income tax, expressing the opinion that tho tax would bo repealed after two years or the rato materially lowered. The Democrats held that this position was n subtcrfugo on Mr. Aldrich's part to destroy tho income tax. CMUKC1 MATTERS. MASONS' MEfeT. Lincoln txxtsaNo.M F. A A.M. will meet In stntwl communication on each nnt and thlnl Monday nights of each month. at !:. o'clock In ihrlr hall on main itrrtrt, Htan. toril.Kjr. Members of sister loritfanre tra trrnally Invited to be present. T. V. Hee. FOOT WEAR manufacturers produced. STYLE ALONE is defective. SERVICE ALONE will not do, but combine Beauty and Service and we have a perfect garment and this we find more prominent in the following lines: The "WALKOVER" retailing at $3.50, $4 and $5 for men. "MENZIES." the Best and Softest and Most Pleasant every day Shoe you ever saw, Dinwiddie & up-to-date Co., Hustonville, Ky. Undertakers Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. Our specialty. We do not hesitate to say that and we have for 20 years given you the best It now In opvratkm ami U ready to serto the public In innktng Jenns, l.lnsers, Lincoln Circuit Court. llliinkets, Plnnnuls, Yarni, Ktc. will i Itlier work nool or exchnnRe goods for It. HighI'lalntirfs. vt J. W. lVake, Ktc.Notice of sale. 11. K.t'nln, est market price for wool. Ktc. Defendants. O. H.WIUOIIT, I'ror. In obedience to a Judgment rendered at the May term. Inn). In the alwve styled court and action, the underslgmd commissioner 10 Commissioner's Sale I that PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITT, Moroland, Kentucky, W' " watch out. Only four republican senators voted for Senator Dacon'a proposition to put agricultural implements on the free list. The love of the republicans for the farmer is almost past understanding before the election, but it is "oh my trusts" afterwards. Let the farmers remember that agricultural implements made in this country are sold at a much lower price in Europe than here. A prophet predicts the end of the world on July 10. Those who would make the most of the coming 4th are notified in time so that they can get busy, but how many of them would spend the day in reckless revelry if they really believed that the prophet knew what he was talking about? For90ilay,ln order to clean up on Mattings. Druggets, Carpet, , ltugs, Ktc. Will 10 per cent, reduction. llnesome rive Hirgnlns In millinery. Homo blR tmrgnlm In close outs In wall paper. Nice selection of framed pictures. Now Is your time to buy ii handsome- mantle mirror. Call and see them. Choice selection of rockers. Oood line of beds, metal and wood, metal nnd wood folding beds, cribs, cots, mattress, es, springs, counchea, Iaenports, chairs, suitcases, grips, trunks, extension tables, centre tables, medicine cabinets, glass, sash, doors, Ac, Call and see us. Well euulpped stock of funeral supplies. Hen Ice night or day. O. B. I'KUITT. Moreland, Ky. county court day, between the hours of 1 door nnd 1 1. M., In front of the liiHtnnford, Ky .offer form leal publicum-cr- y bidder on n credit to the highest and of six months the tract of IM acres of land on the maters of Hanging Kork, In Lincoln county, Ky.. known as the Wilson Martin farm, bounded on the North by the lands of Frank lougherty:on the Kast by the lands of the Dougherty heirs; on theHoutb. by the landsof Dan Moore and Whltehouie; and on the West by the land of II. K.Caln, Hud Martin, and J. K. l'tak. The sale will be made for the purpose of dlTlslou. The purchaser will tie required to exreuto bond with approved security forth purchase price, payable to the Commissioner, bearing per cent. Interest from date of sale until paid, tinting the force and effect of ii Judgment, and also secured by lien on the land, J. II. PAXTON, M.C UC.C. T.J. Mill Att'y. for I'lalntlff. court-hou.e !ONIfY.JPI.Y!li,lHc. lt $3 and $3.50. Now see these goods and you will agree that we have not made it too strong. The L. & N. has acquired the Louis those counties to be present. ville & Atlantic, which runs neither from Louisville nor to the Atlantic, but IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. from Versailles to Deattyville. It Is, James McKinney's home in Madison however, a most important purchase as was destroyed and the family had a it will prove a big feeder for its owner, narrow escape from burning. especially if further extended into the Judge H. C. Kennedy, of Monticello, coal region. has written a book on the "Damphool SENATOR ALDRICH enlisted as a pri in the Kentucky Legislature." The fellow Sparks, who killed Joe vate during the civil war, but his regi rnent was mustered out before it got to Collins in Madison, was captured by the the front. It is horrible to think what jailer of Powell county and taken to the trusts would have done for a pro- Richmond. tector had the regiment engaged in John G. Unkerfer & Co., of Minerva, O., got the contract for the erection of battle and Aldrich had gotten killed. the public building at Danville. Their Oklahoma, Kansas, Texas and Ne- - bid was $63,309. Campbell Graham, a Danville Negro, braika have adopted Mr. Bryan's bank deposit guarantee and others are pre was given six months in the workhouse paring to do so, while Mr. Taft's postal for stealing $25 from the cash drawer savings bank policy is ignored. Watch of the Freeman Furniture Co., of Dan the republicans accept another of Mr, ville. Bryan's policies. On motion of tho Commonwealth's Whiting, Ind., seven men arrested for beating their wived laid it on the hot weather, claiming that it crazed them. This excuse might have mora weight if they had tackled somebody their size and not jumped on poor little women. Inability of the speakers assigned to Ladies' Tan Oxfords Were $2.00, Now $1.60. W, E. Perkins, Grab Orchard. We have added to our stock a new line of H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Prescription Pointers ! At Attorney 85 indictments charging n i The Harvard professor who advised the girls of a college to whom he deliver-d an address. to do a little flirtingalong with their studying, seems to be engaged in a work of supererogation. They don't need to be told. digging his grave, Joseph B. Hamilton, a farmer living near Salem, Ind , fired a bullet through his heart. In his pocket was a letter addressed to Mueller, Wathen & Kabert, distillers, with retailing whisky were dismissed In thn Marion Circuit Court. J. W. Mayea, of Norton, Va., and Robert Culbertson, of Coburn, that State, fought at Middlesboro over Anna Havnes, who was with Culbertson, and all three were badly wounded. It is customary for every druggist to claim to be "beit" in prescription work. Good claim but we can't all be beit. This store claims ability, capability, facility and a complete stock oi drugs. We have the goods, the equipment, the Kentucky Fair Dates. Stanford, July 21- -3 days. July 275 days. Lancaster, July 283 days. days. Winchester, Aug. Georgetown, Danville, Aug. 9- COOKING August 11 RANGES, PENNY'S DRUG STORE, After -6 Bluegrass days. 4 35 43 days. Fair, Lexington, an undertaking establishment for a "coffin to fit me." William H. Field, son of Judge Emmett Field, the dead Louisville jurist, is.'a candidate to succeed his father as judge of the common pleas divisiou No. 1. We hope he will land the plum. The excess of government disbursements over receipts for the fiscal year ended June 30, was $92,500,000. This is a great country, but how long do yoa think it can stand that sort of a thing? Taylorsville, Tri-Stat- e Aug. 104 days. Fair, Middlesboro, Aug. London, Aug. 25 1 days. Frankfort, Aug. 314 days. NIcholasville, Aug. 314 days. days. Bardstown, Sept. Gov. Willson positively declared in days. Monticello, Sept. his speech this week at London that he Kentucky State Fair, Louisville would not be a candidate for U. S. Sen- 13- -6 days. ator. For which slight relief, much days. Harrodsburg, Aug. 123 days. Lawrenceburg, Aug. 174 days. Perryville, Aug. 18- -3 days. Barbourville, Aug. 183 days. Brodhead, Aug. 183 days. Shelbyville, Aug. 245 days. Elizabethtown, Aug. 243 days. Springfield, Aug, 254 days. with all the latest improvements. The Mystic Steel Range and 'the Ruby Cast Range. We ask you to call and S Stanford, Kentucky. see them. OUR LAWN nrnftfYYYTiSfn TO W. H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. 74 14 i a kn expensive and bolter fence, than wood. Moro ornamental, durable and a timo ivor m you need no row, linnimcr and nail to koep it in repair. Call at our store, mo tho .beautiful fabric and gated and let us iliow-yo- u the low prices on a good fenco job, Sept thanks. Trouble Makers Ousted. ail When a sulTerer from stomach trousplendid paper, the Kentucky Advocate, has just celebrated its 44th ble takes Dr. King's New Life Pills birthday. May it live to be a thousand lie's mighty glad to see his Dyspepsia and Indigestion fly, but more-he- 's and grow more prosperous dally. tickled over his new, fine apyctlte, THE State of Tennessee went "dry" strong ner os, healthy vigor, all be at midnight Wednesday and the old cause stomach, liver and kidneys now topers of that Stato will have to get work right. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. "thelrn" somewhere else now. Flour Is $1.15 a "poke" in this old, town and meat 14c a pound, light POLITICAL. weight. Bolted meal is going at $1.30 The Senate voted to put cotton bag- a bushel of 44 pounds. That is what ging on the free list, but declined toal-- 1 one would call high and low. Harlan )w the planters f reo ties. Enterprise. In the Federal Court at Lincoln, Neb., a and Munger grantTo avoid serious results takeFoloy's Judges Vandevanter ed an injunction to restrain the new Kidney Remedy it tho first sign of Nebraska banking board from putting kidney or bladder disorder such as into effect the bank guaranty act. The backache, urinary Irregularities, exconstitutionality of the statute will be haustion, and you will soon be well. New Stanford Drug Co. discussed In opinion to be filed later. That m n AND RETURN 400 GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. INSURANCE. Heart Strength tneaiu Insures Tobacco, To- iu.t.,lrl.no,.PnT,k 5r! r. hundred roe. 1. hidden ttnr bacco Barns, Hemp, Th oUcure Ilttl. nerys Cardiac, or UeartatKerre Uut really all fault. narre the All Kinds of Farm ,u!,' nerds, tad must hare, more power, mom isoro ,f 5"n)lllD,Heart must oy,mln th continue Property, Everything, llrenitb.andWithout thatnerres. klda.is also hate to fail, tii stomach and these sauu coutrollln This Everywhere. Light- hoop cUailr explains why. as a medicine. Dr. hat much and alllai lint ning, Fire, Tornado, ffor wtak llMloratlr Hfaru.tin past dona suflomU the causa all thJi calnful. palpltaUnr. soubt distress. this popular aloaa directed Life.LiveStock.Health Ins heart prescription nerra centers. It tobulldii tho wrak and wastlr and Accident, Plate Ikstrunthensi It ofler, real, tauuln heart help. If roil would bar strop Hearts, Glass.Suretyon Bonds Kstlon. strentthenwiththat Sierras strona ueuded, Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without ta. . B. MAHONY QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE JULY 19th AND 20th Return Limit July 3 1st, 1909. opportunity .Heart btreofth, or HeartWeakneas, PtrwiIth.orNrTVt.4kjiM-iiolh!nioos Nerra U. In Is to vim Chickamauga Park Stop-ov- er Lookout Mountain and SPRINGS (Sptfa8 City, Tcnn.) In of Dr. fflioop so Dr. Bhoop'a KestoraUTa Is Privilege at RHEA SOLD FROM ALL STATIONS dU SPECIAL RATES AT ALL HOTELS TICKETS GEORGETOWN TO 8URNSI0E INCLUSIVE. ASK A0XNTS TOK PARTICULARS or Write H. C KINO, C P. A., 101 E. Mala St, Lcilsf too, Ky. Restorative PENNY'S Dr. Shoop's OflUt STORE. I ..f - ""flprngyy t r-- v jrm i'fi jy"im;r y in- - "1 3 Jllly Is the date of the beginning of our Greatest of all Great sales. We will combine the Corbin and Stanford stocks in one GREAT STOCK REDUCING SALE. Two stocks of goods are too many. We must sell one of them. A Great sacrifice sale will move them. Exact date in next issue. Look for the big poster telling of the LOW PRICES. SEVERANCE Th & SON. STANFORD KY. ! ill i TAXE8.-T- he tax books for 1909 nre The Ices, resembling pink roses, wero I now ready. Come In and get your re- furnished by Renedict, of Louisville. The following were seated at tho beauTry some of Wilkinson & Singleton's ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. tifully arranged table: Rev. country killed beef, pork and mutton. If a wet June is always followed by Carpenter, Miss Tevis Carpenter, Homer Jn.v 2, 1000 BrAHFonn, Kt Rev. a dry July, we are !n for a drought sure and Mrs. D. M. Mrs. Acton, the aged aunt of Dr. this month. Rain fell every day but Prewitt, Mr. Orris Walker. Miss Patsv Of High Grade Summer Merchandise, LiberalWhite, Miss Rerta Penny' J. W. Acton, of Kings Mountain, Is three during tho Juno just closed and ICE THF.AM soda water at dead at Etibanks. Jenn Penny. Mr. Georgo II. Saufley, ly Under Cut for 10 Days, Beginning Drug Store. torrents on many. Miss Susan Fisher Woods, Mr. Rryan LOST, between Stanford and Crab Carpenter, Miss Jessio Carpenter, Mr. PERSONALS. Orchard, a lady's watch. Reward. W. MATRIMONIAL. Hubert Carpenter, Miss Ellen Ballou, G. Napier, Crab Orchard. voy III. Dr. L. II. Cook continues II. T. Willis, aged 51 and three times Rev. and Mrs. Vera Carpenter, Mr. nice- Mns. II. C. IUUoiiman Is doing Good shows at the Thcatorlum each a widower, was married in Pulaski to and Mrs. S. D. Bartley and Dr. and Owing to the continued wet weather, which has to some extent made hus" Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. night. Chango of program Monday, Miss Eva See, just 15. Is ite "ck. incss n little slow, we have decided to begin our Annual Clearance Sale earlMrs. W. H. Weaken Wednesday and Friday evenings. Everett L. Dix, editor of the Ken ier than usual. We do not handle cheap, shoddy goods. We carry the Iwst Mrs. D. M. Anderson is somewhat i tucky Mountaineer, at Morehcad, and anil our prices aro always right. It would bo imj09iblc to fully describe, Q. & C. will run an excursion to The Improved. is with Cincinnati Sunday at $1 60 for the Miss Lottie Stewart, nicco of Prof. P. every article, but will say n very low price has been put upon every piece of Ap Nevius. of Winchester, round-trip- . merchandise in our establishment. This is the best opportunity you will ever . Tram leaves Junction City C. Uutton, princioal of the Normal his mother here. School ut Morehead, were marrrled ilerlnnnl Miinalncturerof, etttfF. have to SAVE MONEY. This is all new nnd at G a. M. Charley Downer, of Cincinnati, tnls week. Marblo Cranlto Monu with friends. here The postolllce nt Kings Mountain Mr. Ernest Warren was down from known as Kingsvillo is no more. The clover Thomas A. King, Moreland's Mnrkcrs nnd Post., Cemetery nml Lflvn and efficient postmaster, was VJI.e nut reMe, Otllce mid work., Mc- Mlddlesboro yesterday. name was changed to Kings Mountain married on the 29th to Miss Uessie G. Kinney, Ky. Mn. J. S. Hundley was up from yesterday. stivers, a pretty arm popular young Uullitt county yesterday. is Misa Dell Feland. of Danville, For Sale. New five room cottage; woman of Ruechel. The marriage oc lot contains one acre, located in Crab curred at the home of tho groom and with Mrs. W. K. Shucars. tho ceremony was said by Rev. W.'G Hichard Williams; of the Somerset Orchard. For price aud terms write Montgomery, brother-in-laOwltiK to of the nwny and rnntlng to tie Maurlco M. I'erkins, Crab Orchard, Journal, was here Wednesday. from borne nome ttili milliner, I haTe groom. l)lx River ilecliltd to rent my W. Hayden. of I'aris. is Ky. Mrs. J. water Carpenter-Carpent- er. ' with her mother and sister here. In the Holler Still. (lrln hy Mill Inmid itinm llrst-clkjwt. Cood location. MoOrch-nrLost, between the depot and St. Christian church, which was beautifully condition, Mr. Will A. Hrooks. of Crab V. II.TItAYI.OIt. Monday a bill book con- decorated for the occasion, at 8:30 Wed' Asaph Hotel on It, K. D, No. 4, Htanford, Ky. visited Mr. Clarence E. Tato. Danville. taining $10 and an annual pass over the ncsday evening Rev. Homer W. Car Miss Mary McUoierts. of L. & N. Reward. Return to St. Asaph penter, of Flcmingsburg, and MissTev-i- s Is tho guest of the Misses Hiicirlni. The Remedy Hotel. Carpenter, of this place, were made URADY returned to Louisville (hat Alnays Carts GUY im has good position. yesterday, where ho ZEMO li recognised ti the moat boneic ibS Those owing Dr. L. 11. Cook will husband and wife. Rev. Vera Carpen a tor, a brother of the groom, saying the inccoifal ptiUla. la the world Will McCarty is back In from - greatly oblige him by calling and sett- ceremony Cinclnand being assisted by Rev, month's stay with relatives ling with Mr.John II. Shanks at as early a date as possible. The doctor is too ill D. M. Walker, of tho Christian church, ""mrs. FRANK Lee, of Mlddlesboro, at- to call on those who owe him. The bridal party entered the church Steph- preceded by the ushers, Messrs. Bryan tended tho burial of Mrs. Hetlie Cormney. Miss Annie Cormney, Carpenter and Hubert Carpenter. The InitintJf relfrftf in4 positively inJ frm enson. ncntlr cbici Ecirma and all Itchioc itia daughter of John Cormney, bridesmaids, Misses Susan Fisher diwwca, Cl a bo'tlc today. All Dtujtliti, Mrs. Carlo Hmttain, of Annaiwlis, lite tot laiBfic. W. II. died at Rowland of consumption and Woods, of Stanford, and Jessie Carpen Md., Is with her sister, Mrs. LW.RfrMllttflclncC. was buried at Goshen after appropriate ter, sister of the groom, of Flemings-burShanks. SU Luis. U; Lancasboth gowned in blue messaline, remarks by Mr. J. C. McClary. Miss LETTIB McIlonERTS. of II. J. Mc- came in alone and wero followed by ter, was tho guest of Mrs. Mulligan. John Mulligan, aged 39, Miss PaUy Prewitt, of Lexington, maid Roberta. visiting Shelhy. of Arcadia, died whileand his Fred Naef, near to of honor, who wore a creation of pink Miss Florence remains wero sent Mrs. 1'. M. voile. Each carried huge bouquets of is tho guest of her sister, Louisville, his home, for interment. He Killarney roses. Then came the bride, McKobcrU. one child. Wednes-'da- y is survived by his wife and gowned In white satin, trimmed in Ox Miss LUCY Hail returned 188 acres, of which about 13ft are We have just employed an expert Dutchess lace and seed pearls. She night from a trip through Texas plumber and tinner from the city and wore a bridal veil of tulle and carried a in grass, excellently improved, abun and other Southern States. aon, congratulate ourselves that wo have shower bouquet of lillics of the valley dantly supplied with unfailing water, MR. II. L. ELKIN and handsomo Tuesday's two of the best workmen in tho State. and bride's roses. They wero met nt 4 miles Irom Lexington court-hous-wDan Collier Elkin. were on Louisville. W. K. Wor- - the altar by the groom and his best on Main pike. Immediate possesion. Wo guarantee our work. train en route to man, Mr. Orris White, of Indianapolis, Mis Ueatrick House, of Wichita, ncr. . SECURITY TRUST COMPANY, and groomsmen, Messrs. Hubert and arrived hcru Thursday to be Kansas, Fourth of July Rates. Tickets Bryan Carpenter, and under tho beauLexington, Ky. Misses Hocker. the guest of tho Flemings- - will be sold at reduced rates via the tiful tloral arch with a huge bell penMrs. John Carpenter, of Queen & Crescent Route, July 2nd, 3rd, Cond.tion ol burg, mother of tho groom, ottended Ith and Gth, with return limit July Slli, dant Mr. Homer W. Carpenter and weddinj.'. Miss Tevis Carpenter were joined in r tho Carpenter-GaunteThe Lincoln County National Bank to many points South and North. ABk wedlock's holy bonds. The ring was Mrs. S. I Staco, of Lexington, agents for particulars. Slinford, Ky., used and the ceremony was an exceedwent up to Mlddlesboro yesterday to TnosK jurors who served at tho Feb- ingly pretty one. Mendelssohn's wedvisit her sister, Mrs. A. A. Warren. At the close ol buiinco June 30, 1909. Misses Nellie, Alleen and Ida ruary term of tho Lincoln circuit court ding march was then played and the Lee IJourne, of Garrard, were guests can get their money by calling on W. happy couple, with their attendants left RESOURCES: M. Bright at the Lincoln County Na- the church for the bride's home. Mrs. BilU 61 of their sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner. going-awa- y Overdi.it 11.847 30 Mr. and Mrs. II. C. LeComite, of tional Rank. Money for those who Carpenter donned a handsome 50.000 00 suit of blue and a few minutes U. S. Bond. Frankfort, are here to see her mother. served nt this, May term has not been 35,000 00 Court HouteBondt later, Rev. and Mrs. Carpenter were Lincoln County Turnpike Bond. Mrs. Cicero Iteynolds. who continues sent. Lincoln County 2.500 00 en route to Danville to take a train for Bank Houie fit Future. very ill. 3300 00 of Garrard, who This sounds good to us. "Enclosed the East. They will be gone some two Due Iron Bank. 25.764 63 MR. E. 11. Walker, please find $1 for which givo mo credit has been in a Louisville Infirmary for on the cheapest and best. I get sev- weeks, after which they will bo at Due from U. S. Tieaiurer and ctth 26,101 42 During the ashome at Flemingsburg. some time, was able to come homo the $403,758 96 papers sembling of the guests Misses Ellen eral St. Louis and LIABILITIES: first of tho week. Kichmond, every day but would not give the I. J. Ballou and Rerta Jean Penny, with or- Capital Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of $50,000 00 ML for them all." Your old friend, L. L. gan and violin, rendered a very delight- Surplu. $40,000 00 was here Tuesday, returning from Dawson, Springfield, Mo. 41.122 56 1.122 56 ful program, and just beforo the ap- FundloPayTax Vernon, where ho spoke In tho Interest Crculation 50.000 00 education Monday. Rank, of Stanford, proach of the bridal party Miss Lillian Ind. Deposit of The first National 226.787 73 sweetly Live's Sere- Bank Deposit. 15.848 67 Pun-- , w. O. Hopper, of hi. siori 242.636 40 made a dividend of 3 per cent, payable Leavtll sang v . iinmn for the vacation. He on demand, carried 4 per cent, to the nade. During the ceremony Schubert's Bills RediKounted i 20.000 00 1. spent several weeks at Estill Springs surplus fund, paid all taxes and ex- Serenade was rendered. Rev. Carpen $403,758 96 penses and had left over $250. The ter is one of the most prominent young ofter his school closed. W. M. BRIGHT. Cashier. Carpenter and wife, ot Lincoln County National Rank declared ministers of the Christian church in this I Mr. D. U. marrlago of a threo per cent, dividend and carried aiaie. tie possesses exceptional auii-it- y Condition ol The Nashville, attended the as a speaker and is a most interest their niece, Miss .Te vis Carpenter, to 8 per cent, to the surplus fund. ing expounder of gospel truths. His NATIONAL BANK . Uev. Homer W. Carpenter. Mrs. Lula Gooch, wife of Winfred of Stanford. Ky.. June 30, 1909. Ramsey, of Uurnsldc, Gooch, died at her home In tho Waynes-bur- g bride is one of Lincoln county's fairest Mrs. Louis CALICO 4Jo YARD SPECIAL SATURDAY FROM 7 TO 0 A. M. daughters. She is the eldest daughter MollsBa Ham. of Hyattsville, Mtu section Monday and was buried at of Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, is This ia strictly a CASH proposition. You can uot afford to this sale. RESOURCES: and and Uertha Taylor, of Danvlllo, Loan, and Bond. $187,593 59 Greatest Uargains ever ollered in Stanford, Ky. Olive cemetery. She was a good wow llhl nf Burnslde. have been man, devoted wife and loving mother. Very handsome, highly cultured and ac- Overdraft. 25 7.670 complished and universally popular. United State. Bonds and Premium 51,500 00 with Miss Alice Rankin. She is gone; let us cmulato her exam- Sho is greatly loved and admired here Bankina House and Other Real Estate 9.498 8 ple She was a membor of the Olive and is given up by our young people Due Irom Bank. 23.085 26 LOCALS. 2.500 00 church. Rev. R. R. Noel preached the with much reluctance. Mr. Carpenter Due from United Slate) Treasurer 18.009 33 Cash on Hand OFKKA HOUSE BLOCK, Libuey cut glass at Mueller's. N. funeral sermon. has won a jewel and we are confident he will always cherrlshherassuch, $299,857 24 A NUMUEit of our base ball fans will that KENTUCKY. Wedmno and graduating presents of LIABIUT1ES: go to Cincinnati Sunday to see Howard The couple received a large number of Capital Slock quality at Mueller's. $50,000 00 . elegant presents, including generous Camnltz pitch in a game between Pitts20.000 00 Surplus New wash suits, new wash coats and burg and Cincinnati. 50.000 00 Tho following checks, etc , attesting to some extent Crculation & Son. 251 89 , wash skirts. Severanco concerning tho young man appeared in the high estoem in which they aro held Undivided Profits 123 90 by their log ion of friends. Tho church Fund to Pay Taie. for the Lancaster Steam Wednesday's papers: Howard Camnitz, I AM agent Individual Deposits $157,659 65 Pirates, is tho real leading pitch- decorations were in charge of Mrs. Bank Deposits 10.38160 168.24143 Laundry. Will call at your homo for of tho Brown, whose taste in such mat- Notes Reducounted 1,240 00 laundry each Monday morning. Stow-a- er of tho National League, with 11 ters Is excelled by nono. There wero a victories and 1 defeat. Carson. $299,857 24 number of ante nuptial receptions, in$5,725 74 To Mammoth Cave. Lincoln county cluding u linen shower given at tho Gross earnings this 6 months Wm. J. Casipuell, of the West End 1,395 10 Left ovet last six months Insuranco agency, settled with Llpps excursion to Mammoth Cava from all home of Miss Susan Fisher Woods, a & 1'eavyhouso, who lost their stock of stations July 21st on regular morning luncheon given by Mrs. W. M. Bright $7,120 64 Disposed ol as Follows: groceries in tho lire at Hustonvlile, trains by I'aris and Latonia. A three and a dinner by Miss Rerta Jem Pen$1,500 00 cent. paying them $1,000, the full amount of days trip to tho world's greatest wonder ny, The parents of the bride hand- Dividend. 3 surplus lund 2.000 00 '''insurance. Also paid Miss Cora Llpps for $12 C5. Tickets include the railroad somely entertained on tho evening be- Carried to Paid 2.673 21 Einenset e din- amount of her insuranco. fare, board at hotel and the several fore the wedding at a $376, tho full 495 74 TaePaid In the record routes through the Cave, also one night der. The color scheme was carried out, Leave Undivided Profits 251 89 This settlement was mada $7,120 84 Hbreaking time of 24 hours after the for a dance or social at hotel. Return pink and white prevailing. Vary unique. place cards were used. I limit 10 days, see L. & N, agent. JNO. J. McROBERTS, Cashier. fire. Interior Journal. - Clothes French cleaned. Cook & Farmer. PUBLIC BEINEHTSALE! I ... Saturday, July 3, '09. i. Harry Jacobs, and monts, HOSIERY. MILL FOR RENT! Hoseall 39c. 25c Hose for for In Colors, Cotton, Lisle, Lace, &c. 50c 19c. I5c Hose for 12c. 10c Hose for 8c. DRESS GOODS. d. hairs, &c, at cost and less than cost. An eleerant line of Voiles, Panamas, - Embroidery and Hamburg. LAWNS. m A big line. Values from 15c to 25c. choice 9c a yard. Your ZEM0 g, mn for sum e r In all Colors, Patterns, &c. Values from 5c. to 50c. Sale price from 4c to 39c. LADIES' SKIRTS. OXFORDS In Voiles. Panamas, &c., all colors and latest styles. 25 Per Cent. Off. In Patents, BJoods.Tans, Vicis, &c. $3.50 slipper, special, $2.69. $3 slipper $2.29. $2.50 slipper $1.98. $1.50 slipper $1.19. $1.25 slipper $1.05. 20 per cent, off on all Children's Slippers. LACES. An elegant line in Linens, Vals, Torschons, &c, at greatly reduced prices. TABLE LINENS. Values 50c to $1.00. Sale price 39c to 89c. Linen Wash Suits In all colors and styles. Values $8 to $12.50. Sale price from $5 to $7.50. $1.0O Corset for 89c. 50c Corset for 39c. $2 Corset for $1.69. $1.50 Corset for $1.39. CORSETS. American Beauty and Warner's Rust Proof. Best Corsets made. $3.50 Corset for $2.98. ij SILKS. FIRST dress and street wear. This season's goods.. 20 Per Cent. Off. Also a lot of other Bargains too numerous to mention in Notions, Staples, &c. Beautiful Patterns in all colors for evenincr J u. 1 Hughes, riartin & Co,, STANFORD, - - 'i m Highest Market Prices Paid For all kinds of Per-mej- ia rt COUNTRY in PRODUCE lr soven-cours- Lancaster, Stanford, Hustonville and Brodhead. bud-painte- B. d NORTHCOTT, Stanford. JU jmtSmmmmmm "V -- r!f' - - VwTi?r"Tr'K'i;-r!((i.r- "" V The Interior Journal. Mnleredinth imnd-tla- u matter. Pott-Ofict- Women Who Are Envied. Those attractive women who are lovelyln face, form and temper are the envy of many, who might ;bo like them. A weak, sickly woman will bo nervous and Irritable. Constipation or Kidney poisons show In pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and'a wretched complexion. For all such, Electric Hitlers work wonders. Theyjregulato Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify tho blood, give strong nervos, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety skin, lovely complexion. Many charming women owo their health and beauty to them. fiOc at Penny's Drugstore. At a meeting of the Evansvillo striking car men the dynamiting of cars was denounced, and Ben Commons said the perpetrators should be brought to justice. Proventlcs-tho- so Candy Cold Cure Tablets will safely an ' quickly check No business in Danville has enjoyed all colds and tho Grip. Try them onco a more rapid growth than the establish- and seo! old by Pennys Drug ment of It. M. Arnold, tho buggy man. Store. Six years ago the business was started and Mr. Arnold was tho only workman. I l"OR Later ono man was employed and along with a general line of repair work and wheat, general blacksmlthing, one buggy per farm., level, smallnnd free corn and tobacco from stone. urt rich month was manufactured, all work be- residences and barns, irood railroad connee tlons. Can offer n bargain at t3 to ft) an ing done by hand. From that small acre. 1.011K lime payments. HLAKLKV, Howling Orven, Ky, start the business has grown into a great enterprise, the output now averaging over one complete vehicle dally. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENCI Fourteen men are employed and the NEERING. g machinery has modern been installed, such as sanding maf nni nrenared todo all kinds of surveying chines, emery machines, drilling and and civil engineering promptly. My work will lie guaranteed and my prices are reapolishing machines, flexible shaft drill-er- a sonable. Write me at McKlnney or call me oer the telephone through the Hustomllle and emery polishers all propelled by Kxchange. manWAirKR McKINNKY. electricity. In connection with the ufacturing of vebiches all kinds of reThe Truth pairing, painting and rubber tiring are Every person in this city who issur prodone by the latest money-savinfering from Eczema, Pimples, Dandcess, thas enabling work to be done in ruff or any form of skin or scalp dis a high class manner at very low prices. ease, can find relief and be permanentMr. Arnold always looking out for the ly cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi best interests of his customers has put external use. All dureeists cll ZEMC in a stock of harness and to every purPENNY'S DRUG STORE. chaser of a vehicle, a set of hasness is supplied at wholesale cost. Harness are also sold separately at a very small margin of profit. A number of fine The McKlnney foal A Keed Co.. Is now hand built buggies are now in stock and nrenared fo sunulv the people with any grade of coalandany SJr.Uof oI, the fnr- may be inspected at any time. Vehicles mers, wilt eieclally take notice 10 iu low will buv may be seen in the process of manufac- i.rlr... tlm.e who per bushel, coal for wheat ranging from thrashing, prices ture, also giving the purchaser a cor- im to lee, theoe -coals are nil good, from . iiaitwny. buy- mines on the 1..&rect knowledge of just what he is k.o. noocir.Mgr. ing. Arnold says that his customers his best advertisements. The great are TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE! growth of his business testifies to the I bare on hand nt Hughes. Martin A t'o's truthfulness of that contention. Advostore In Stanford typewriter of nrlous cate. Muds, such a the Monarch, U U. Hnillli, Vox, Oliver, Remington, etc.. thoroughly rebuilt and n good a. new, FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. which I wlliM'll ery cheap. Also sell repairs. Will ship anywhere on trial. Call 10 or 50 barrels of corn B. D. New Liver. CARTER, Stanford W ssssssssssssssssssf L. N.TI7ETHBLE No. II, Mouth, 11 :SH p.m. No. St, Mouth, 11:03 A M. No. Jl, North, 4 IK) A. M. No..North,ft:J7 P. X. No. 17, 10:47 a. . Ht?' ' J l No.,I:WP. m. sssssssssssssssM " ssssi '' L, 'sssssi ''.ssssbH tjjEEEKg aXS!',' BPTaflLr ' Depet Street, Phone 96. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. IstBttaK EEEEA l r-"- SB JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. bbbbbbV xv.bbbbTsTb IsssssssssssssssssssssV - Inturtt TtfeMvt ami Ttkitct I triii. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, FOR SALE SSSSSSSSSSsW.. I ' STANFORD, protected. KY. power boiler nml crwlno rtnd sow mill for sale. Will cll elthor or lioth. Oiiah. K.tmMJc.Ottenhclm, Ky. l'ostoftlce, Wriyneslmrg, Ky, tlcsldtnce l'hono Ms Oinoe, W. Inetiro with me and Ira fully tkMM wv H(m tow m'v m'mm f :'1WD 'k il 1 JrVL wjf CiJBIJ L! U at -- 'M Stock of Merchandise for Sale. HI CONCRETING Wearnln position todnall kinds of concreting, such as lllock Work, and. In fact, we can make any thing from r house down to a fence post. We can serve s you promptly and guarantee work and material, (lull and get our prices before you buy yuiir material nt least. I'avi-mennr.t-elas- Ifdcslre to sell prltnlrly my stock of uus.1-nes- s. Doing n good Hrtrdwnre. Will invoice nhout $2,800. lUuson R. M. Arnold, the Buggy Man. health. (1K0. D, IIOlM'Kli, Htnnford, Ky. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in the Owsley Buildinp. scientific preparation foi external use. Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin diseases. Eczema quickly yields and is permanently cured by this remarkable medicine. All Druggists. Write for sample. E.W.Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Ma SALE PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. TY FOR SALE ! WJ Iviilli 1 1 v " JNi v wxB m 5 FINE FARM IN GARRARD C0UN CRITONJlJlilXmiES IMIIMNIPIn ZEMO, a Eczema is Curable labor-savin- Penny's DrugJStore. sir miles south of Ixtncaster. containing AJ acres, well located In good neighborhood, being part of the John Wnlker tract, with a handseven-roosome new, residence outbuildings and thereon, with nil good, new barn KHs. Well watered, six never falling springs and creek running through. Tkbm. ijcnsh In hand, balance one nnd two Tears from darnf sale, bearing six tier cent Interest until paid. lVrMins loosing for siieh place plense write W. O. Walkkh, Htanford. or see two-stor- y nen-ssar- Our line of Men', Hoys' nud CliilJrenV Clothing ii more couiplcto A flne Mue grass farm for sale situated on ever lictore. Como to K?e them licfore ImyhigclKcnlierc. newplkenear Point leavell and than SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. 1798 Tran$tlvaoia Univerjitij 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. The College of I.iheral nrt Women, and the College of law. Three campucs cmhracing 2.'1 When Ordering Clothes If Ave your memuro tnken by n tailor of experience. Then your clothes, whethern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes, will lmvt) tbnt Individuality and tit which plainly Indicate they were made to yourlmeasure. I will nlso take your measure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Miirtng and Hummer camples on hand ready for your Inspection. II. O. RUIJ.EY. The Tailor. (Stanford, Ky. g Safeguard the Future ! The safest, surest and most adeuuate safe guard for the future Is a ollcy In The Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. Life Hamilton ncrct. Oollege for Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo. A ljquid for external use. Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All NOTICE. dealing with Its members and large returns to tioucy noiuers. rne company is jusi eniermg me It Is conspicuous for economical management. llUtralltr of ItsiKillcy contracts, fair of a successful business career with more policy holders In Lincoln county than All ottirr ttiiiiptiiiiti. eoiiibinrd. Writ- - fur particulars, tinting ogennu wueiuer married or single to it. ti. . r. i,.. i, special aki. M)ers House Hati, Htanford. SIXTY FOURTH YEAR Thirteen building with modern equipment. A faculty of SO clio?cu from the bent universities- - ef America and Kurojio. Htniidanlueil elective cournes leading to the dogrcof of A. U.. It. S., A. M., and L. I. It. New Science Huilding recently erected at a Student Moral Inllucuce., culttir.il ciirironmout, The ecwiun legin Sept. 1U, Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, 3.ose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. -- James I, White, Hnllcltor for ltockcastle Co, oot of 800,000. G Commissioner's lnnl-dlenc-to Sale-- now in attendance from '.'5 States and foreign ootmtriei. ideals, I FARM FOR SALE I The farm of ltO acre., of Rood blue grass land, lying one mile North of McKlnney .on the "tnnford pike. Improvements and fencing good; plenty of. water and fruit. AUo 123 acres of timbered land one mllu Kait of McKlnney tlinlf under fence; plenty of water and good tobacco Innd. See J.A.GIVKNS.Agent. McKlnney, Ky. grow-ngcro- Hiiillh-rreiiile- r, For Sale. B J. Foster, Stanford. 25,000 oak tobacco In and M-- them. M. A.JOIINSON.Htanford.Ky. Lincoln Circuit Court. J. it. Harris. etc. rialutllTs, vs Kathryn M. Harris, liefendmit. otlre of hale. n iiidgment rendered in styliil court and nctlnu at the the ntotT May term, ivv, the underslgiii'd commissioner will on MONDAY, 1 reasonable UI0l. Write for For Sale. sticks. Jl'I.Y 12, 1WW, county court day. Indween the hours of 2 V. X.. offer lor sale at public outcry to and RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, Wsir'',sw cataloie A. M.. Ph. D. Pres. to-la- LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the uubllcnlth tho best, as well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of nu &inas, uuius. potieu notters. on soon notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the above, I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices. CHRIBTMAN tlHKKN IIOUHEH, Kn lliiui w:n, I'kiiii. Htnnford, Ky. II"! h'V', ?;- ILi r -- - M HIDESFURS :Y.iwnni 1 your UU TT Sm Feathers, Tallow, Beeswax, Gicstnn, CoMin Seal, (bellow Root). etc We ire Dealers, and eta do btilrr for you than ajnt or commjsion ncrchiati. Kelerence. any Hank in LouitwUt. Writs (or weekly price list and ship. pinjUji. We furnuiiHOol bags free. IH. 8ABEL etc SONS, KtTABUtHKD I IN 220 E. Market St LOUISVILLE. KY. 13t . E. G. Baugh, Waynesburg, R. F. D. No. 1. For Sale. Sow and eight pigs; good ones. J. A. Manning, Somerset pike, R. R. 3. Bald Hazard, owned by Embry Bros , of this place, ran fourth at Latonia Tuesday. d for Will trade coal by the hay or any kind of feed. Write Laurel Feed Co., London. Mrs. Nannie B. Jones sold her farm of 120 acres, three miles from Danville on the Lancaster pike, to Thomas F. Dcnham at $150. We will stand ourgood red roan Shorthorn bull at $1 at gate, with the privilege of breeding until a calf is gotten, or money will be refunded. Sired by John Holmes' registered bull and out of one of Hudson's graded cows. Peyton & Brent, Stanford, Ky., R. F. D. No. 2t. 4. car-loa- Small Farm For Sale 1 prtvutely my farm of 57 I de.lre to acres. In Lincoln county, set en miles from Stanford and two miles from Mawood, mi good roud , mile from pike. In good neigh- ductive,, farm nil borhood, close to church, rural route and '. Ijllld all ery promile from school-hous-111 grass, balance In cultiunder good fence. Comfortable vation; house of six room.; new Isirn and all other outbuldlngs. Abundance of line water and fruit of all kinds. J.T.MVINHHTON. It. K. li. No. 1, Htnnford. Ky. ! bidder til front of the the highest and court house door In Htanford, Ky.,the house and lot 111 Htnnford. Lincoln county, Ky., Iioundrd on the raortli ny Muni street; on the Kant by the W. I'.Tate lot; on theHouth hv the land of Hr. J. II. Owsley ; ami on t by lh lot of Miss Llccle ('. lleiiiley. TKItMH. Tliesale will tm mode on a cntt-l- t of six months, the nurchasr will lie re quired to gite bond with good security for ine purcuase price, imjaiiiu in me ctiiiiiius-slone'learliig legal Interest from date nf sale until paid, hating tho force ami effect of it Judgment and also wcun d ti lien oil sold, the prow-rtJAM KM C. IIKI 1), Hi eclal Com'r. r, Commissioner's Sale Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court I'ltin'-l!!?- I J,L,Beazley&Co., Ha?3E"3lm!c?HkMr!i EEVfEEEEE4EEflE4flEEflkiW Lincoln Circuit Court. (eorgeHeveronce.ete.. I'lolntllln, v Krl nimpson.etc. Defendants. Notice of Kale. at the I'ursuuut toa Judgment remlert-May term, lxv. In the nWe styled court anil action, tlin undersigned commissioner v. on will between the hours of and 2 MONIIAY.JI'LY 12, 1WJ, county court day, sell nt public outcry to the highest andliest bidder In front of court house door In Htnnford, Ky.. the tract ol about 22 acres of land, near Crrli Orchard, In Lincoln county. Ky., Iioundrd on the North by V. O. A C. !. TurnulKe; on the Kn.t hv IIih liiml nf Mm. H. M. Utthl and ol Jolinllunter;on theHoutb by the land by i and on the J. H. Ilrougbtuu; being the same WestownUroughtou's lune, land A Thrilling Rescue. at the lime of his ed by Hamuel How Bert H. Lean, of Cheny, Wash., death. credwas saved from a frightful death Is a it TKHMH. The sale will lie made on abe re of six month.: the purchaser will quired to execute Iwnd, wl.l. personal secur story to thrill the world. "A hard ity lor xue purennse price, imyiioie iu cold," he writes, "brought on a tieiirtiie; 6 Der cent. Interest from dute of sale, having the etttct of a Judg lung troubles that battled an ment ami secured ny lie n. doctor here. Then I paid 810 to J. II. I'AXTON, M. ('. U O. C. 11. II.Toiulliison, Atty.for Plaintiffs. $15 a visit to a lung specialist in Spokane, who did not help me. Then I went to California, but without benefit. At last I used Dr. King's New Discovery, which completely cured mo and now I am as well as ever.1' For 1 des-peraox-le- rt "m J.W!!!ln"i;.tc. Caldwell, Jr., ttc, Hale. .M.ou . r- - -- . ! Notice of I'lirsuaut ton Judgment rendered at tln Noteiulier ti rm. Ilsc. In the nlxive strled court nml action, the underslgntl coiiimt- sinner win between ine hours oi i nuu z v. MONDAY, Jl'I.Y li, lust. couuty court day, offer for sale on n cretllt ' il1 .lie of six mouths nt public outcrv to the high-i- t iind iH.st bidder 111 front of court house lu Htnnford, Ky.. the traetof land near diair Ilmvcju-- t received near of OLD HICKOHV W'AGON.S, Iliislouvilie. in Lincoln counly, hjr owneti by J. It. Nuplerat the lime of litsdeiithjind wagon on the market for the money. See them lieforo buying, n tlius iletcrllVd: lei(lnnlugnt a stonn nml liM-ctheiiee Imx'U a great improvement in their conittruction. stumn. corner to Tliouui-on- : N NIV, K lis poles 13 links to Htagg's his Hue corner; thence M l1, W il Kiles to a stone I the best there- has - Gimp Alijoiw, Mid Undertakers and Embalm. ri. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Ruge. They will excliange'Furuituro fcr all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Lung Trouble, Bronchitis, Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Croup and Whooping Cough Its supreme. 50c and il ' 'trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Everyone would be benefited by taking: Foley's Orlno Laxative for constipation, stomach nud liver trouble, as It sweetens the stomach and breath, gently stimulates the liver and r emu lates tin bowels nnd is tuucb superior xntlves. New to pills nnd ordinary Stanford Drug Co. Summer Outing corner to same at a branch near a buckeye. Htagg's corner; tnenee nrsl with Hlagg men ulin Land N M ; Ul poles It links to the ilkunt the tollhouse corner to IjuiiI and others; thence with renter nf plkehlti WM W 7 iKiles to comer to poles li links; H i ui J. ,i l. Alien; iiienceineir line nn,jt Mc.Misier on oles to stone in iineot j. o. & W crossing IVest side of ereek: thence N the creek mi poll's IS links to the ticgliiuliig. containing Mncrts, 3 roods nml TJ poles of lanu. The purchaser will Iki required to gle lsind with nnnroved tecurlly for the our- chuse price, payiiblu to the commissioner. Hearing n ier cent, interest iroiu uuin ui tale until paid, having the force and effect of it Judgment and secured by Ilea on I lie land, J. II. l'AXTON, M.O. L.O.O. U.K. TAYLOlt, Atty. for rinlntltls. E. T. PENCE, STAVFORO, KY. MILLINERY. The Charles Wheeler Emporium, $ HI Under Pergonal Management of Ky. , Evening Gazette Lexington, Hustonville. Kyv you to the largest MILLINERY Commissioner's sale! Invites LECTION we have ever shown. Lincoln Circuit Court. Mrs. Mary O. Kclaud, 1'lnlntllT, SE- STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, o $t & -- . m. While he was talking over the telephone to a young woman lightning Ifillptl a.Mii.1 tha wira nrw! Instnntlv lmf C'imiia! R Phln nt KhnrnA Mnr. shall county. The young woman was not nurc. Many of our citizens are drifting towards Height's disease by neglecting symptoms of kidney and bladder trouble which Foley's Kidney Remedy will quickly cure. New Stanford Drug Co. Undertaker. Cmbalmer and Dealer In Harneae, Saddlery, STANFORD. KY- - Pittsburg's 1,000.000 base ball was formally opened Wednesday. park Oea.lhoa,t. Home Moit J. Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See full formula on 25c Box. Sold by Penny ' Drujf Store. reinuu vo ieienuaiiis. suticeoi nan. l'ursuant to it Judgment rendered ut the Ky., May term, VM. In the nbotti stled court niiif action, the uuderslgmsl roiumlssloiier will between uie nours oi lanu z v, m.ou Going MONDAY, Jl'I.Y Ir, ltw, county court day, sell ut public outcry to the highest and liest bidder 111 front of court house door InHlaiiford.Ky.. tho two tracts of knoll lanu 111 Lincoln county, ay., owueu by A. - Kehiudnt time of bis death l I. The tract lieeliinlng at a whlteoakaud Special Train of Pullman Sleepers, lieeoli. John K. Wright's corner on waters NeiilCreekiJ. K. Wright's corner on wam. leaves Lexington G:!J0 ters Neat's Creek; thence Hit) W 3l poles to redtiak. hickory and dogwood! thence H is) III .,iilllia J. 1ZO DOies to iloumiles to ii,anpauui w .V)llieituries II vuiiis and line,dugwootls wood; thence H m W 1mkiIkIo3S5H poles to and a iioplar; thence N M K white oak and oeeun; tiieiicu nw r. tu ioies .'ontaliiliiir Covers tho coet, and includes trans- in tuiuiniiliiir. liegliiulngat lull acres.corner to poplar j. A truct ono entire berth H. II. Montgomery land; thence his line r portation, both Mays, nt k in notes b links to nu ash corner lu in Sleeper, and ono full weeks' hounl same; thence Num. Kit poles toil chesuut. ft oaktliieuce to i wnllace land; thence his miu gum corner J. at Camp Algouac. " links to a mack land HUH " ' oakt theiivt) N Nl W l poles to poplar unU dogwood corner to Wallace; thence H T l 41 poles to a black oak; thence H VH poles to beglunliig, coutalnlng 54 acres and These two tracts will be a roods of land. July 12. Booklet Free. mouths. i!t ,urHtHlv Htid tin a crtMllt of a purchase Ilouds with good seourllyfor the price wilt be reiiuireu oi tiieiiureiia.eis.uajr-abl- e Miss, Ella May Saunders, to the coiiimlsstoiicr. hearing legal until bald, having the force and effect of a Judgment and se Local Representative, on me ianu, cured by lien J. M. l'AXTON, M.O. li. 0. 0. j, W. Alcorn. Ally, for I'lalntlff. m W. II. Styles up to tho minute. 1'ricci beyond competition. Wo uUu state that our Spring Lino h now complete. To mvo motioy, come nnd seo and bo convinced. Our Spring Lino of Shoca for Iridic, Misses ami Children and our lino of GciiI'd Shoe will certainly please. I latum nud Walkover Hues nro hummers mid aro strictly reliable. Yours for nil honest ileal, CIIAIU.K9 WllKKI.KU. July 20 1909. i. M- irst Tfational ffiancy Stanford, OrfaniMtJ. $22.50 Jty. SSO.OOO. lle "' Jhxs paid 382. Capital Mock, Surplus ant ftWvoW iProfih. in 'Dividands slnoo Organisation, OFFICERS. S9, OOO. S2fl, 500, Reservations Close Snvita yfu Jfecountt on Our DIRECTOR. I. S. Uocker, President;, S. T. Harris, John . McKoberti, Cashier; II, 0, Baughman, Assl. Caih'r W.W .Saunders, BookVwpr, f. 90 rit Stanford, Kentucky. H. IJaugbman, M. Peilus, H. C. Haughman, J, Y Cummins. S, T. Harris, no. O. Robinson, W. B, OBannon J. S. Hoekor, C. E. Tate. , M V Held, D. Elmure, J. jl,. iJti- -