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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): August 10, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909081001_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): August 10, 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. h The Interior Journal. VOL. XXXVII. NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. James Gay, aged 50, dropped dead at Not ft marriage license has been sued in Nicholas county since June 23. Hyattsville. J. R. Wright and Miss Dovlo Merit, I rank Arnold Is dead in tho Hyatts of I'nrkiville, wore married in Danville. ville section of Garrard. Garrett Mann, aged 60, and a Clarence Austin and Miia Piny Fletchcitizen of Millersburg, is dead. er wore made one at K. G. Martin'i Henry bullock, aged 19, was killed Saturday. Kov. Alfred Harrison Burroughs, of by a falling tree In llockcastle county. James T Price has been appointed DrUtol Tenn., has Jun married his ostmaster at Dabney, Pulaski county, 3,000dth couple. William Gill was held in $2,000 bond Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Waters announce Al Johnthe cngngement of their daughter, Mits for killing hti brother-in-law- , Honshaw Waters, to Mr. George son, in Pulaski. Virgil Starns, who killed his father, Harncs Woodcock, of Danville. James Starns, in the Woodstock sec Mr. Shelby Irvlno Tribble, of Rich- tion of Pulaski, was held without bail. Sam Chitwood and Cat Hall were mond, who used to work in this olllce, was married at Harriman, Tenn., on drowned in the South Fork of Cumberthe 4th to Miss Florence Sander. Mr. land river near Worley, Pulaski county. A man who gave his name as George Tribble is a relative of the family of Mr. P. P. Nunnelley, of this place, and Pearce, of Chicago, was taken ofT the train at Danville suffering from hydrois a tine young man. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Withers announce phobia. He broke out car windows, the engagement and approaching mar- threw suit cases at the passengers and riage of their niece. Miss Adelaide barked like a dog. At Lexington on July 3, Judge ParkNewell McClary to Mr. William W. Humphries, of Arkansas. The wed- er handed down a decision granting an e ding will take place on September 1st absolute divorce to Mrs Mary Keene from Foxhall Keene, the at tho Uaptist church here At the homo of the brldo's father, noted polo player and son of James II. Mr. J. C. King, in west Norman, on Keene, the New York millionaire brokTuesday evening, July 20th, occurred a er and turfman. Mrs. Josephine Doner died at her very quiet wedding when his daughter, Lower GarMiss Anna Lollie, was united In mar- homo near Hryantsville, riage to Mr. Howard Sylvnnus Henloy, rard, after an illness of several weeks, a prominent young business man of aged CCt years, She leaves nine children Mesdames It K. Swope, C. C. Heck-e- r, Tutlle, Okla. Precisely at 10 o'clock, John Peters, of Mackville; John ns the wedding march was beautifully played by Miss Kliiabcth King, the Johnston, of Lancaster, and Mrs. Carhappy couple entered tho parlorreccd-c- d rie Moss, of Jessamine; Messrs. Thos., by two littlo flower girls. Misses Charles, William and John Boner. L. & N. freight trains Nos. OS and Josephine King and Doro Childress, , met who scattered roses in their pathway. 09, the latter a foliage of head-oat Excelsior, Bell county. All Standing amid flowers nnd beautiful design nnd decoration, the three of the locomotives were reduced minister, Itev. Willis, of tho Edmond to scrap iron by the tremendous impact llaptist church, in a short but impres- and several of tho loaded cars were sive ceremony pronounced them hus- split into kindling wood. John Wilband and wife. Tho bride was becom- liams, conductor; Tom Tipton, enginingly attired in a dress of purest white eer; Charles Hicks, fireman; J. L. EdMassaline, made en traino and with wards, flagman; Robert Alder, enginreal valcnccnnes lace nnd pearl trim- eer; Georgu Day, engineer, and Hugh ming, together with orange blossoms to Harris, brakeman, wire all badly hurt. Mr. Felix Owens, one of the good hold bridal veil In place. She was a real bride and beautiful to look upon democrats of tho Mayo section, was one The groom wore tho conventional black. of the 300 or 100 democrats who paid us After congratulations tho bridal couple their respects Monday, and ho told us a Ho had a line led tho way to the dining room where rcmarkabtu incident. luncheon was ewe to die, leaving a lamb. He tried an elegant werved. The bride was no less tastily tu tench the lamb to drink from a botdr eased when she apcnred in a suit of tle, but it refused to do so and got wild dark green embroidered linen, large er and wilder. He was forced to turn black hat with only plumes for trim- it out to mako its own living i f it could, ming, and black gloves, ready to bid but one morning on going out to milk farewell to friends cro they left on ho saw the lamb ducking his fine Jersey their wedding trip, which includes sev- cow nnd it ij now the fattest lamb on eral States, the gulf and great lakes his place. The cow treats it just ns They will visit the groom's mother at if it was her own calf and has made no Spiceland, Ind.t and tho bride's child- objection to the arrangement. Herald. hood home and early friends at Crab Orchard, Ky. Washington's Plague Spots Mr. Henley is one of tho staunchest business men in his homo town, which lie In tho loir, marshy bottoms of the is ono of tho most progressive Nmll Potomac, tho lirei'dlug ground of matowns in tho State, Ho is well prepar- in rhi germs. These genus ed in every way to tako care of this ex fever and ague, lilllouiness, iaundice, cedent lady ho has been so fortunate in lassitude, weakness and general declaiming as his bride. Miss King was bility and bring hUlTetTng or death to considered ono of Norman's most thouauds jottrly. Ilul l'leetrle Hitamiable young ladies and Is worthy in ters nuvur full to destroy them and every way of the respect and lovo of euro malaria troubles '"They are the tonic and uuro for mathe ono who has claimed her. They bviit er used," writes it M. laria I Tut-ti- e will be at homo to their friends in after Sept. IS. Wo congratulate James, of Louollcn, S C. They cure not only the young man who has chosen Stomach, Liver, Kidney und Wood so wisely and well, but also the now Troubles and will prevent Typhoid. circle of friends with whom this new Try them, 50o Guaranteed by Penbrido Is soon to bo associated, for her ny's Drug Store. ideals are of tho good and beautiful and The Boss looked at tho applicant her christian inlluenco will be felt And asked: "Whore did you work?" wherever she may bo. Ho answered: "Late with Blank & The Transcript, with a host of friends Blank." here, willies them a long, happy and And smirked a silly smirk. voyage down the stream of pleasant Ho got tho job; was lato each day; life. Norman. Okla.. Transcript. The Boss was mad, quoth he: "You may have been late with lllnnk & Kentucky Fair Dates. MATRIMONIAL. IsI well-knourier-Journal. Law-rfnedouble-headerfivc-courd STANFORD. KY.. TUESDAY. AUGUST IN 10. 1909, NO. 47. NEWS NOTES. Dr. E. S. Whitslar died POLITICAL. Youngs-tow- n, I Taylorsvillc, Tri-Stot- Aug. 101 days. Harrodsburg, Aug. 12- -3 days. Lawrcnceburg, Aug. 171 days. Itlchmond, Aug. 18- -3 days. Perryvllle, Aug. 18- -3 days. Harbourvllle, Aug. 18- -3 dajs. lirodhead, Aug. 18- -3 days. Shelbyvllle, Aug. 21 C days. Elizabethtown, Aug. 21- -3 days. Springfield, Aug, 25 1 days. London, Aug. 2f I days. Somerset, Aug, 314 days. Frankfort, Aug. 314 days. Nicholosvillo, Aug. 314 days. Uardstown, Sept. days. o Fair, Middlcsboro, Sept. 1 4 doya. Paris, Sept. 7 1 days. Montlcello, Sept. 7- -4 days. Kentucky State Fair, LouUville Sept. Blank, But you can't bo lato with me." "Health Coffee" Is tho doverest Imitation of real cotlto over yet made. Dr. Shoop created It from puro parched grains, mall, nuts, etc. Finu In flavor la muilo in just ono minute. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. At New York, William Holmes Fowle Beckham, emplycd by the New York Timos, died of accidental gas poisoning. Ho was a cousin of former Gov. Beckham. Tho littlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets called l'ruventlcs, will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo. Sold by Penuy's Try them! c. 14 Drug Store ii aya. ! Over 3,000 pounds of rose petals aro No mattor how long you have suf- used In the manufacture of one pound other "cowboys." fered, Foley's Klduoy Homed y will or altar oi roses periume. help you. Mrs. 8. L. Ilowen, of All uersons aro recommended to A tickling ordry cough can bequlck-l- y take Foley's Kldnoy llemedy for back Wayne, V. Va., wrltos: I was a sufloosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough ache, rheumatism and Kidney and ferer from kidney dlsoaso, so that at times I could uot get out of bed, and (lemedy. No opium, no chloroform, bladder trouble. It will quickly corSold by rect urinary Irregularities, which, If when 1 U1U i couiu not staoU straight. nothing unsafe or harsh. ' I took Foley's Kidney Remedy . One Penny Drug Store. neglected, may develop Into a serious dollar bottle and part of the second On the out coast of Ireland it calm, Illness. It will restore health and cured rae entirely," It will euro you, on in average, 308 days in the year; ia strength. Sold by New Stanford Drug Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. Co. Eaglud, about 150 days. by a majority of 13,270. couple. President Taft is to take a long trip The Buffalo, Lock port and Rochester railway has gone into the hands of a this Fall and will spend two days at the Alaskan-Yuko- n Exposition. receiver. The Alabama House passed the bill While under the influence of drink Roland Rich shot his wife to death at providing for an election incorporating prohibition in the State Constitution by Madisonville. I). D. Souslcy, County Judge of a vote of 70 to 29 The republicans of Henderson county Fleming county, died suddenly of neu nominated J. M. Benham for Represenralgia of tho heart. E. J. Shield died at Alexandria, Ala , tative and made no other nominations from the effects of a pitched ball, strik- for county offices. The democrats of tho Legislative dising him in tho temple. The Evansville, Ind., street car striko trict composed of Carter and Elliott was declared off after a struggle last counties nominated G. W. Kazee for Representative. ing two and a half months. Owen Tyler has announced for mayor At Williamstown Grover Lanter was accidentally shot and fatally wounded of Louisville on the Independence ticket. He ran on the democratic ticket by his brother, Walter Lanter. Taking the average for the world against the present mayor two years around, less than half of the babies ago. The name of Wheeler Campbell is born live to be 50 years of age. Herman Henning, a dry goods mer- mentioned as having something to do chant, was murdered in his Btore at with the transfer of the Louisvillo Herald to its new owners. Whoinell is Nashville and his cash drawer rifled. Thomas McDonald, a former of Cen- Wheeler Campbell? Cadiz Record. William James Conners, chairman cf ter Junction, la., was beaten to death by two masked robbers, who escaped. the democratic State committee of New Jim Wilson, his son and York, and owner of the Buffalo Courier daughter were drowned in and Buffalo Enquirer, has brought suit Wilson coal mino creek in Henderson for criminal libel against the owners of Collier's Weekly, demanding $100,000 county. At Columbus, Ind , Baker Ruddick is damages. The Carmichael prohibition bill far suing for divorce for tho third time, having been divorced from his present more drastic than the present statutory State-wid- e prohibition law passed the wife twice. Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh Alabama Senate by a vote of 23 to 2, announced that the initials of the de- and which now awaits only the signasigner on the new Lincoln pennies are ture of Alabama's prohibition executive before becoming a law. to be removed. President Taft has decided that in Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cravens, of Spring Lake, Iowa, were killed when appointing census supervisors, republicans only will be named in the Northan interurban car struck their automoern and Western States. In the South bile near Alexandria, Ind. At Olive Branch, Shelby county, the ern States, with the exception of KenModern Woodmen of America gave a tucky, Tennessee, Missouri nnd North great baby show and fish fry, at which Carolina, half of the supervisors will be democrats. Considering the four there were thousands of people. An Castbonnd Atchison, Topeka & Southern States named as debatable Santa Fe tram was wrecked by a brok- ground the president will name memen rail near Gorin. Mo. The engineer bers of his own party in the hope of was buried under the locomotive and strengthening. killed. Cashiek W. M. BftlGHT, of the LinWhile attempting to board a moving coln County National Bank, has our Lick, John Sebastin, 15 train at Paint thanks for several of the new Lincoln j ears old, was caught under tho cars pennies, which made their nppearance and his left foot was severed just above in Stanford Thursday. The pennies are the ankle. specially interesting, not only because Roger Summer, the French aviator, they bear the head and shoulders of the beat the world's record for prolonged great war president, but also because reflight in an auroplane. His machine of the story attaching to the artist mained in the air for two hours, 27 minwho designed them. The design was utes and 15 seconds. made by Victor D. Brenner, who came Ed C. Nelson, switching foreman, to this country from Russia when a and Will Acklen, fireman, were killed boy. The artist chose a study of Linand several trainmen were injured coln when his features were relaxed in when a Frisco locomotive was derailed which was so that winning, and fell over nn embankment near familiar to his intimate friends. It is Memphis. in this Joseph Lewis, engineer, was killed said that when Brenner arrived money country, a mero child, the first and three other persons were injured in handled consisted of fivo pennies. a collision between north and south- he He has treasured the memory of the bound Louisville and Nashville passen United States penny as essentially the ger trains near Galloway, Tenn. money of children. He therefore de Capt. Oscar Eastmond, of the Na penny in honor of tional Soldiers' Home, Dayton, O., was cided to associate the Lincoln with tho smile which never shot and killed by Edward Leonard, an to attract to him the children other veteran. Tho murdered man was failed with whom Lincoln came in contact. colonel of the First North Carolina InTho lettering on the penny is simple fantry in tho Civil War. and conforms to the usual matter conThe Fayetto county grand jury at penny. tained on the Lexington returned wholesale indictment against Mayor John W. Skain and 'Twas A Glorious Victory. several other city officials on charges There's rejoicing in Fedora, Tenn. of failing to enforce contracts with the A man's lifo has been saved, and now Lexington Street Railway Company as Dr. King's New Discovery is the talk to street repairs. of tho town for curing U. V. Popper of The survivors of the "Orphan Bri deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could gade" held their annual reunion at Cave not work nor get about," ho writes City. About 75 veterans marched thro' "atid tho doctors did me nogood, but, the city and a basket dinner was pro- after using Dr. King's Now Discovery vided for several thousand people. three weeks, I feel like a new man, and Capt. John II. Woller, of Louisville, can do good work again." For weak, commander. was soro or diseased lungs, Coughs and John Dugan, a miner, was shot to Colds, Hemorrhages, Hay Fever, Ladeath near Ketlyvllle, a mining suburb Grlppo, Asthma or any lironchlal afof Danville, HI., by John Jagens. The fection it stands unrivaled. Prlco 50c. murderer escaped, but later was sur and 81. Trial bottle free. Sold and rounded by n posse in a cornfield, and guaranteed by Ponny's Drug Store when ordered to surrender, blew out his own brains with a revolver shot. CHURCH MATTERS. Ono of the most important meetings Meeting at tho chapel on Lancaster of the week was the six days' session Sunday night. of the National Irrigation, Congress, street will continue until is being preached plainly opening in Spokane, Wash., yesterday. "The Word" You Tho annual encampment of the Grand and convincingly by Bro. Kurfees. Army of the Republic begun at Salt are cordially invited to attend these 10, evenLake City yesterday and will continue services. Morning services at ing at 7:45 through tho week. At North Middletown a party of After the November election it will young men undertook to "try out" be said of Jason Wesley, tho Republid Town Marshal James can nominee for State Senator,-"- He Gibson by riding in and "shooting up" Took' his medicine like a man," for style. Gib- Senator Took Hubble is sure to win, as tho town in true wild-wed arrested Bob Hill, la every Democratic nominee in this son Will Hill and Ben Feeback and jailed county and the judicial district also. them at Paris and Is on the trail of the Lancaster Record. at 0 after marrying his GOOOdth Lew Shank won tho republican ination for mayor of Indianapolis nom- PRI6ES CUT ON- - Ladies' Oxfords, REGARDLESS OP In Order to Reduce the Stock. Cummins & Wearen, FML m half-smil- e, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. BR0DHEAD old-sty- m Aug. 18, 19 and 20. i Reduced Rates from 17th to 21st, Inclusive. More given in Premiums; More Races. Free Attractfons Each Day. Nothing! (has been spared to make the Fair a better,successthan ever before. Come and you will never re- gret it. Use Arnold's Hand-Ma- de Buggies. i newly-electe- st single-hande- Seared With A Hot Iron, ' or scalded by overturned kettle cut with a knife bruised by slammed door Injured by gun or In any other way the thing needed at once Is Uucklen's Arnica Salve to subdue inflammation and kill the pain. It's earth's supremo healer, Infallible for Holli, Ulcers, Fever Soraa, Kozema aud Piles. Sooat Penny 'a Drug Store. 1 There uro plenty cheaper buggioi but tliere are none better. Huggy work, 810; pUaetoiii, 81'--'; surreys, 814 ami up, accord-i- .. paiiiting, first-clu,,. tl.n u!.. P,r t. huv'jv ittel tirui. bant uualitv. ut 83.00. Uul'L'V ami icliiud in 30 ounce rubber at 88. Buggies tops -- o. uuuoer urea, iu leather aim reiiueu lor at 810. liuggies tho best oa the market and the lowcstJprieea.JGooJyear aud Kelley, at 814, Host Goodrich at 81. We l'eit yolirjtrade. IT. HM. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. Kor Commonwpnlth's Attorney, CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mercer. KorHtntesenntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. Kor ltepreentntle, W. H. SHANKS Kor County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY Kor County Attorney, V. S. BURCH Kor Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE w. l. Mccarty Kor Hhcrlir. Kor County Court Cleric, GEORGE B. COOPER Kor Jntler, DINK FARMER Kor Assessor, JOHN C. PEPPLES Kor Superintendent of Hcbooli, GARLAND SINGLETON Kor Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT Kor Magistrate Htnnford District, JAMES McKECHNIE Tor Constable Htnnford District, I. M. BRUCE Kor Magtstrate'Crnb Orchard District, J. WARD MOORE Kor Magistrate H list on! lie District, J. K HELM, SR Kor Magistrate Wnynesburg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM Kor Constable Wnynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH It looks like hades Is to play over in' To the Farmers. -- Havtnjr lost my Lexington. Judge Parker has ousted barn by fire and being Insured in the as far as he can the leading municipal Home Insurance Co., of New York, officers, tho mayor has been indicted represented by Jesse D Wearen, the for nonfeasance, tho board of public insurance man, Stanford, Ky., it is with works for failuro to havo tho streets pleasure that I recommend both the repaired, the fiscal court for permitting company and Jesso D. Wearen to the the highway to be obstructed, tho mas- - farmers and insuring public. Further-te- r commissioner for renting a houso more, last year during the night rider for immoral purposes, tho street car trouble In our State, tho Home for not keeping up its trncks, onco Co., of New York, was tho com-- a number for keeping gambling houses, pony that stood by tho farmers; they a largo number for keeping immoral did not stop writing tobacco barns, nor houses, and so on. Rumor has it that did they cancel any. I wbs compelled there is a good deal of politics in some to chango my policy from another com-o- f those indictments, color to which Is pany to tho Homo in order to get by their coming on tho hceU of tho surnnco on my tobacco barns, so I feel ouster decision of tho court. However that tho farmers should give n company true this may be, tho capital of the of this kind the preference in placing blue grass seems to be trying to live up their farm property. Wilson Alexan-t- o her reputation of being the second dcr, Stanford, Ky. Aug. 5, 1909. 2t. worst city in tho Union in point of mor- i Hay Fever and Summer als. It is a pity that with such sur- Cured Cold. every prospect roundings and with A.S.Nusbaum, Ilatesville, Indlann, pleasing, man should be so vile. writes: "Last year I sullcred for Caleb Powers is determined to give three months with a summer cold so tho mountaineers a chance to express distressing that it interfered with my themselves at the polls on the question business. I had many of tho symp- -' ... of assassination as a political weapon. tutus ui inay iuer, uimi u uuciui a trv Congressman Edwards is a pretty good gcriptlon did not reach my ense, and man, but he has never been charged t took several medicines which seemed with conspiring to procure assassina- - only to aggravate It. Fortunately I tion and he will therefore be at a dis- - insisted upon having Foley's Honey advantage among assassination sympa-- j nn,i 'i'ar. It quickly cured me. My thizers. Republican leaders ought to wife has slnco used Foley's Honey and lay down the law to Powers. His can-- 1 Tar with the samo success " Sold by didacy will be almost as great a mis- - vew Stanford Drug Co. take as the assassination of Gov. Goe- The cigarette, once associated chiefly bel, as it is bound to drag that tragedy again into the limelight. Powers has with Spanish and Turkish smokers, has use. The no other claims on his party and it re- - attained a world-wid- e to be seen whother his connec- - sumption of manufactured cigarettes tion with the assassination of Gov. Goe- - has largely increased both in tho Orient bel is the political asset that he evi- - and in Europe. ,n England they are replacing me pipe, tno ships oi cigardently regards it. ettes in the United Kingdom last year Insur-compani! .i...t- - con-mai- of Bristol, The Rev. Burroughs, Tenn., holds the record for marrying elopers. He has just bound together his 3,000dth couple till the divorce courts do part. It would be interesting to know how many of the hasty marriages stuck and how many lived together happily ever afterwards, as tho novelists say. It is dollars to doughnuts, however, that this record breaking tyer of matrimonial knots has been the innocent cause of more sorrow than joy and that hundreds of his couples are still repenting in leisure that they married so hastily. amounting $75,000,000, as against spent for smoking tobacco. In this country the manufacture of cigarettes has reached the enormous total of more than 55 billions annually. Ederheimer, Stein & Co. ftoBft One is forced to the conclusion, after reading Judge Parker's long dran out and fearfully belated decision ousting the mayor and other democratic officials in Lexington that he read only the republican side of the case, as he makes no reference to the contention of the democrats. If the learned judge had used all his efforts to hit the moment ho could not have been more successful. It comes at a tine to affect as much as possible the coning election, and to boost the judge's alleged independent candidacy for his office, for which the republicans have pledged their support, putting up no candidate of their party. We truly hops that the judge will not, by anal self-respe- The Crime Of Idleness. Idleness means troublo for any one. Its the samo with a lazy liver. It causes constipation, headache, jaundice, sallow complexion, pimples and blot ches, loss of appetite, nausea, but Dr. King's New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up your bealth. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. Since their incorporation tho Kimber-le- y mines have produced 12 tons of diamonds valued at $3,000,000,000. Our especial effort is caring for those things the boys and vounc-mewear. If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS always come to us and you can find them. Young Men.. G. L. Penny K. At any rate it not believed that his decision will disrupt the democratic party or boost is When Gen. P. P. Johnston cracked Denny B. Goode over the head with a cane for calling him "Peacock" he evidently thought that it would make Denny B. Goode hereafter, but the way he comes back in the Focus shows that I'deslre to sell privately my stock of Groif Denny B. Goode it isn't so that you ceries and HurdHare. Doing good busiIlcunon ness. Will lno!cw about would notice it. The former highly llltiealtb. OK.O. D, IlOt'PKIt. Htnnford, Ky. who is playing sechonored democrat, ond fiddle for the republican adminisnouncing his candidacy, show his loss tration, made a greater mistake than deliberately took the and at the same time Moses, when he of law he had sworn to conserve, into his lose the respect of every decent man Denier In and Manufacturer of own hands. who has been his friend. H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. II. I CVhVy Stock of Merchandise DRIPPING SPRINGS. K1 P. O. Crab Orchard, Ky for Sale. VLJ !,'). Is now op n for tin- - season. Write to Mpear Klslier, Manager, (ir foliltr. K. It. Coleman him again into office. The republican leaders may promise the vote of their party, but they can not "deliver the goods." The judge of Fayette county is a "dead one" and he will be so dead "that he stinketh" if he offers for the office after all that has happened. The deed is done, the die is cast. The tariff bill has been passed after nearly four months of labor, signed and sealed and on August. 6 became the law of the land. No democrat in the Senate voted for the bill, but one, McEnery, of Louisiana, was paired for it. Several republicans voted against it. The party in power has signally failed to keep its platform pledges and it remains to be seen whether the voters will rebuke the failure in no uncertain way. We believe they will and that the next House will show a substantial democratic majority. may be able to get a "sit" on a funny Thomas H. Collier, democratic paper after he steps down and out. nominee for county judge of Nicholas, During the month of July the apis dead. He defeated the present inpraised value of precious stones and cumbent, Judge McNow, by one vote pearls received at the port of New in the primary held last Spring. Judge York was $5,112,957.11, compared with McNew filed a contest, and the matter $1,249,256.59 in 1908. This sets a new had not been settled when the contes-te- e record for gems and is taken as a guage died. of prosperity by those able to buy It takes four columns of Brother them, but we poor folks would rather Saufley Hughes' paper, the Centra hear something that would bring the prices of living down a figure or two. Record, to print the notice of the sale in the case of Carter) When a high peace officer takes the vs Carter. As the law Axes a fair comlaw into his own hands and assaults a pensation, it looks after all that we newspaper man simply because he poor editors may sometimes strike pay printed his name "Peacock" P. Johndirt ston, isn't it time the general had A dispatch from Pennsylvania says handed in his resignation for keeps and that "an engine completely decapitated not for takebacks ? He is entirely too a man, killing him instantly." Such a high strung for this taunting world. catastrophe is calculated to kill a man The Georgia Legislature doesn't like nstantly, but the Pennsylvania may be so tenacious of life that it is neces- tie constitutional amendment for an income tax. It tabled the resolution to sary to bo specific about it. ratify It. We opine that other States Score one for fashion. A girl at will be slow In helping tho National Roanoke, Va., tried to commit suicide Administration out of a hole, by shooting herself in the head, but the bullet got tangled up in her rat and failWill the new tariff bill be known as ed to penetrate the skull. So she lives UillTaft's Tariff Bill? It is indeed to consider tho iniquitious an example of saved from death by a Payne-fu- l enactment designed to make tho trusts foolish decree of fashion. Aldrich and the rest of us all poor. President Takt is soon to begin a Tiieuk is one consolation in the intour of the country which will embrace 13,000 miles. He evidently is deter- creased cost of living under the new mined to do hit best toward dissipating tariff and that Is that the poor msn that $25,000 that Congress voted him may not be able to keop more than one for traveling expenses. dog. I dealre to sell privately tny farm of ST miles from acres. In Lincoln county, Htanford and two miles from Maywood. on cumi ronu. nine irom pike, in mikhi close to church, rural route nnd '. IjiihI nil ery pro- - VL mile from ilttcllve,'. farm 111 k'rass. tuitanrx In rultl- - KSf Monu- vntlon ; nil under itood fence. Comtortalili fVJ Marble and Virginia democrats nominated Wilhouse of six rooms: new Imrnnnd all otlirr Si iiuttiulldlu Abundance of line viater and liam Hodges Mann for Governor over (J Cemetery and Ijiwn fruit of a II kind.. J. T. I.I Harry St. George Tucker by n majority Mnrker nnd I'osts, Ofllce and works. VHsesand Hettees. j K. Ii. No. 1, Htanford, Ky. Ky. of about 5,000. This is somewhat of a people. victory for the temperance 10 PER CT. REDUCTION,) However, both aro for local option, Mr. Mann stating unequivocally that he C. B. PRUITT, bill in the would sign a State-wid- e Moroland, Kentucky, event it passed the Legislature and Mr, Oulni; to lll.health and wantlniz to lie Kor30dii)s. In order to clean up on Mat-- ) Carpets. Tucker declaring that he would veto away from home soium this summer, I bave tings.W DruKKeU. reduction. Uuks. Ktc Willi Have Mime rare ier cent, Dlx !Uer to rent my such a bill. It is hardly probable that decidedMills. ilrltvn by water and stiain argatnsln millinery. Home big Imrgalns Holler In oluseoiits lu wall pnper Nliv ilictloli such a bill will be passed at the next power. Goo I location. Mill In of framed pictures. Now Is our time to condition. buy a handsome mantle mirror, call ana W. II.TKAYLOH. session of the General Assembly. Bee selection of It. K. I). No. 4, Htanford. Ky. Goodthem. of Choice metal and wood,rockers. lieds. metal line and wood folding bls. cribs. cols. mattress Hodge to citizenIn restoring Reuben es, springs, couuenes, natenporis. cnairs, ship, in order that he may become town suitcases, grips, trunks, extension tables. centre tables, medicine cabinets, glas.. marshal of Lily, Gov. Willson indulges sn.n,uoors, ,c. cniinnu fa us. Well equipped stock of funeral supplies in some witticisms that are out of the Ken Ice night or day. ordinary in such cases. He says he O. II. l'llUITT. Morelnnd, Ky. grants the request of the citizens in orWe are In position to do all kinds of con creting, such as Illock Work. I'avumenU der that "Lily, which is a coal mining and. In fact, wo can make nny thing from town, may not be painted red by the house down to a fence post. Wo run ere s you promptly nnd guarantee natives," and indulges in other pleas work and material, dull and get our prices ueiore you uuy your material ni leasi, antries which show that the governor Harry Jacobs, Cranito ments, Small Farm For Sale FOR ! MOT WEATHER HELP. en neicn-borhoo- TKV OUIt Talcum I'owilcre, cliool-hou- Sixhikc, Hath HruiM, Toilet and Hath Sonpe AND KSI'liCIALLV Our Ice Colli Soda Witter with Jereoy Cream and Fine Fruit Flavors. v 1 , imisti. t MILL FOR RENT! ' nrst-cla- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. CONCRETING nrst-clas- Dinwiddie FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. The State University, Lexington, Ky. & Co, Hustonville Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-d- ate The Htate University, Lexington, Ky., or fern the following courses, namely, Agricul Kngltural. Mechanical Knglneerlng. OlvllMining neerlng, Klectrtcal Knglneerlng, Knglneerlng. Classical and seven Hclentino courses, each of which extends over four years and leads to a liacbelor's degree; also a Department of 1jw and a Department of Kducatlon, which last has been established Instead of the Normal Hchool. I'ersonswho enter this department prepare for advanced work In pedagogy and are granted a degree in tills subject when completed. The Academy for preparatory Instruction retained. County atipolutees receive free tuition, of residence In the dormitories, firl liege light, traveling expenses. If they and remain 10 cunsecutl e months, oroue collegiate year. The laboratories and museum are large, well equ!iipd, comprehensive and modern. Military Hclence Is fully uroWdedfor us re quired by Congress. ine grauuaies in sue several courses oi study readily nud employment with liberal remuneration. The total number of matriculates for Inst year was I.U7H. Kacb department hut a specialist at Its bead, with , the necessary number of assistants. Young wumen Unci an excellent homo, with board and lodging, In 1'atterson Hall, which Is well equipped with all the modern conveniences, bathroom, hull for Phi sieal culture, at Wiwr week. Alliourses of study in tnu university lire opii to women on Identical conditions with those applying to males. The completion of the Agricultural. Mining Knglneerlug. laboratory and Kducu-tio- n buildings alTord lunula aud commod ious quarters for luetu departments, which are rapidly Increasing In the number of urn- iricuiaie. Kor catalogues, methods of ohtalnlnuao- polntments.luformatlou regarding course! of study aud terms of admission, apply to JAM. K. I'attkumok, l'u.I)., I, I,. D., I'res., or to IJ,U, Kkazek, liuslness Agent. Ilach-elor'a 1 ORGANIZED IN J882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combinci Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. t, ! DIRECTOR!. of goods. Cough Caution Ifyoa NeTer.posWlTlyMTerpoh)ooTOrlonf. should ouch sjvsjp from a slmpU cold on) r--ou always heal, soothe, and the inUatad brcs chl.1 tnhm. Donl blindly suppreas It wiu stupsfjlng poison. It's Hrang bow, tilnu Anally tome about For twenty years Dr. Snoop has constantly warned psopkjnoito take court) mixture or prescriptions containing Opium. little Chloroform, or similar poisons And now lata thouxh Congress says "rut It on th label, If poisons ara la your Couth Mixture." Ooodl Very good lllIereafterforthlsTeryreasonisotbcrs. and others, should insist on baring Dr. Snoop) Couib Cur. No poison marks on Dr. Bhoop's labels andnone In the medicine, else It must by law be on the label. And It's not only safe, but (I U said to be by those that know It best, a truly r toarkabl cough remedy. Tax no chance then, particularly with your children. Insist on having Dr. Bhoop's Cough Cure. Compare carefully Uie sua lr. fihmn Mckin with othara and difference. No pulton marks, therel You always la ou the tale (Ida by demanding F. Keld, , H. Uaughman, I, S. Mocker, President;, M O. Elmore, J, M. Peltui, S. T. Harris, H. C. Uaugbmao, J, F, Cummins, John J, McRobertJ, Cashier; S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, II. C. Daughmaa, Asst, Cash'r V. B O'Uannon J. S. Hocker, W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. C.iK. Tate. Beech -- Nut Brand lust Received A Fresh Lot. isssmsssshsyT KSVtVL A Get Some For Fall Term Btgins Spt. 9, '09. Cough Cure Peanut Butter o PENNY'S Dr. Shoop's MU0 STORE. Sandwiches At i Mitms'. 1 . ,11" Tfl "V 3 If you owe the firm of Severance & Son you will get a letter like this about Aug. 16th: Stanford, Ky.. Aug. 16, 1909. DEAR SIR: We take this method of notifying you of the combining of our Stanford and Corbin stores; also of the withdrawal of Mr. T. D. Raney from the firm of Severance & Son. The business of the Stanford store must be settled up within thirty days. All outstanding claims must be paid. After thirty days they will be placed in the hands of a lawyer for collection. Believing that our customers prefer to settle with us, we give this thirty days1 notice to enable them to do so. We enclose a statement of your account and ask you to favor us by settling at once. Thanking you for past patronage and hoping for a continuance. SEVERANCE J Miss Kosa Goldstein, of Louisville, with her parents here. Mil. N. W. Fowle, of Kowland, is in Carlisle on a business trip. Logan Btanfohd, Kt., - Am. I", 1900 Messrs. M. B. Euiianks and Hubblo aro at Olympian Springs. Mr. Samuel Bishop and daughter 10 Srr.cui. Joan of Arcand cent clear wo are visiting relative at Brodncr, O. Sundavjonly will sell on Saturdays Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney is Penny' Drug Store. C cents straight. visiting Miss Hattie itice In Danville. Mr. Thomas Elkin, of Louisville, is PERSONALS. with his slater, Mrs. It. M. Newland. 111. Mn. J. F. KoniNSoN and handsome Mns. W. A. Trihiilg l quite SHAM'S Is vltltlnK hi parents wife, of Lancaster, wcro hero Sunday. A. A. Mn. J. A. Estes and pretty daughin Mercer. Miss Lena Thaylor is with Lancas- ter, of Kirksvllle, aro with friends here. Henry Fields and Robert Watkins ter friends. Louisville, have returned home from Williamsburg. Miss Heiita Veatcii, of Mns. Eliziietii Bice and Mr. Elmer is with Mrs. Lula Cormncy. Uncas-te- r. Grey aro visiting Mr. W. M. Fields and Miss Kathleen Waltek. of family. is the Rucit of relatives hero. 11. Coffey, Mr. George P. Maury, of Joplin, HORN, to the wife of J. L. boy. Mo., has joined his wife at Mr. John of tho West End, a 10 jound Paris, N. Mcnefee'a Miss MaiiY Ciuio Hayden. of Mrs. Mary Hooue, of Cincinnati, is her aunt. Mrs. Mary Craig. is vlsitlnR Lancas-tc- r visiting her brother, Mr. Val Fagaley, Miss Mildred Beazlby, of Hays. at Waynesburg. Is thoRUcstof Miss Emma IIackley, of New York Miss Jennie Peitles spent a portion Mil J. G. European of last week with Danville friends and City, leaves this month for a attended the fair. ..' , o iniiu.pM nf 1'onca City. Mrs. T. II. Williams, of Elys, Knox Okla.'. pald'thls otneo a pleasant call county, is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baitin. Saturday. J a., Mn. Samuel Lusk, of Grand Rapid, Mn. Khank Luek, of Scrnnlon, Lusk, at Mich., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Alice I. with his mother. Mrs. Alico Lusk, at llustonvllle. Hustonvlllc. and twin Misses Lucy and Ada SrooNAUoiie, Mns. Biioda Waters to of tho Hubblo section, aro visiting reldauchtcrs have returned from a visit in Hardin atives at Franklin, Ind. her sister. Mr. T. F. Spink, MR. W. R. Denham, of Oklahoma county. C. T. Thomson, of Kosciusko, City, Okla , is here with his sons, Mrs. Dr. T. V. Messrs. W. S. and E. B. Denham. Miss., is with her brother, Misses Dora, Minnie and Mamie C. 1'cnninRton. Maysvllle, is StiiaUH and Margaret Davison spent mi J. A. Pickett, of with his sister. Mrs. W. A. Tribble. several days at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. J. L. SriTLER, a prominent busiwho has malarial fever. and family, ness man of Union City, Ind , and wife Mil. Jamie Carpenter (jucsta of are with Mr. and Mrs. It. C. White in of tho East End. have been the East End. family of Dr. J. . Carpenter. the Mrs. K. J. Lyles and Miss Jesslo D. SquiKicJ. L Dawson left a few tripthrouKh Cook, of Nashville, were to have ardays aKo for a Falls. rived last night to visit their sisters, the Eat. including Niagara Walchildren, who & SON, STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Hutnblo W. O. Martin The Interior Journal. Is Olympian Springs water at ShuMr. W. H. Underwood had a fino They aro solo agents brood mare killed by lightning Thursday. On the same evening Mr. Jacob Gander had a valuable milk cow killed. Buy your coal from Singleton Bros., Crab Orchard Ky. Cheapest place in At commissioner's sale yesterday W. town. R. Denham bought the I. M. Bruce home on East Main street yesterday for Hand painted China makes hand- $1,100. He and J. C. Eubanks bought some and appropriate wedding presents. the Bruce Btable on Depot street for See Mrs. Catherine McClary. $2,500. Get gars & Tanner's. for It. 25 Per cent. on. We have a few Skirts left in Voilce, Panamas, &c, nil colors, 25 I'EI CENT. OFP FOK CASH. Wc ul) liav a few Linen Wath Suits left. Kogular prices from 88 to 812.5(1. Price now from $5 to 88. This is this seasonVgootle. Litest styles and best patterns. Our lo-- s i your gain. Don't forget the tremciuioiiCUT we aro making on all Oxfords. 25 dono in tho county Thursday's North-bounpassenger court yesterday and very little business jumped the track at Perth, Laurel In town. of any kind was transacted county, and considerable damago was Eventually you will use either Rex done. T. D. Anderson, the baggage or Economy coal from Denham's yards. master, whose home was in Louisville Why not begin now nnd save the dif- was instantly killed. He was thrown seme 25 or 30 feet and was also struck ference ? by some of the debris. Last Notice. Five per cent, will be Who Can Beat Tms?-- Mr. S. J. Ta- a ided to your graded school taxes if not paid by Aug. 20. L. R. Hughes, tern, of the East End, noticing In our paper an account of a large piece of to treasurer. bacco, 'pfioned ua yesterday that he The L. & N. will make a reduced has two leaves of tobacco that meas rite of 12.C5 to Mammoth Cave Aug. ure 25 inches wide and 45 inches long, This includes board at the hotel Mr. Tatem is raising a crop of tobacco and entrance feo to the cave. on Mr. Kenner Farris' place and it is a Mr. Spears Fisher, of Dripping splendid one. Who can beat this? Springs, according to the Mt. Vernon A Lodge of Modern Woodmen of Signal, is to take thr management of America was organized here Thursday the Frith Hotel at Brodhead. night by R. B. Spurgeon. of Harrods-burdistrict deputy, and E. L. Grubbs, Lost, in Stanford Sunday, a pocket book containing four $100 gold certif- of Shelby City, assistant district dep icate, several letters, ftc. Very liber- uty. The following officers were elected: Rev. D. M. Walker, Consul; L. R. al reward. Leave at this ollice. was d m , g, Nothing ... ... You may also take any price of Dress Goods in our house nt PER CENT. OFF. Big CUT on all other lines. Come to sec us. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions. Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Hughes, Advisor; sicht-secln- t MRS. P. E KEMl'and here, left have been visiting relatives home at Anniston. Ala. Friday for their and wife, or Mn J. K. Bauciimas and Sun-da- y Hustonvlllc. spent Saturday family of Mr. M. b. with the Uauehman. Mb. and Mrs. Marion Bbownihoi. of Cincin-natand daughter. Miss Grace Wm. aro visiting the families of and D. B. Kamfco. Fields from Mn G. A. Benedict writes Jo-.i- o Springfield that his daughter, Miss Benedict, is very low with consume can not last tion and that he fears she long. wife and MR. SiieltoN M. Saueley, Saturday son, of Frankfort, came over the homefolks. Tho former to visit Sunday afternoon, but Mrs. time. Saufiey and son will remain some McClary has rentMrs. Catherine on West ed the Ur. W. N. Craig home to It this Main Street and will move work week. She will resume her art once and will teach a class in that Mesdames G. B. Cooper and E. C. ton. Hon. Harvey Helm, our Congressman, arrived at home from Washington Friday looking first-rat- e after tho busy session. By the way ho fared well in the assignments, having been placed on Public Buildings and Insular Affairs, two important committees. LOCALS. Clothes French Farmer. cleaned. Cook & Cummins Na Novelties & in neckwear. Wearen. few shares of First tional Bank stock. This office. Wanted, a Prices on Ladies' Oxfords reduced. Sec our windows. Cummins & Wearen. Two rooms for rent in the cottage of Mrs. M. J. Withers on Logan Ave. ' at It is rumored that Mt. Vernon is to have a new depot, says tho Signal. p , The L. & N. offers a round-trirate m'isseb savannah and Cynthia Beck of $2 to tho Lexington fair next week, -' u 7"-,ann Miss Marguerite Miss Beck Olympian Springs water at Shugars Misses Lena and Mary McKinney. wereguesU & Tanner's drug store. Try a glass or Ruth Tanner.of during the Dan- - a jug. of Mrs. J. W. Davis ,' Murphy, who Miss Sue Whitley for uught last year in the School homo the for Salem, Oregon, Is at Deaf at home , a few weeks. Before returning days at the Miss Murphy spent several Exposition and she pro- n Alaska-Yukomneea It great. of Wttiburic. MR. William Wade, visit Miss Pa.,'.. will arrive this week to vervmuen : u. wfola . interesieu hi engaged In-- that . of teaching the deaf . 1.1a mnini 1(1 "V II.. and has given imeraiiy the furtherance oi ii. T. J.Hill and wife, Mr. ...Sheriff n....i... ,.,r anil mn. Morris.a Irenes, W. Danville, and Mrs. Jennie Wolf, of Mr. E. C. Cosby, ouunciion w., Cosby tended the family reunion of the Berfamily at the home of Mr. W. S. nard at Dayton, O.. last week. deMrs. Mattie Duncan gave a lightful reception Thursday afternoon C. In honor ofl her guests, Mrs. J. City, Mo., and Misses Jones, of Kansas and Paulino and Margaret Hocker, Margaret Warren, of Stanford. Miss Lillian Pierco, of Louisville, is the ..guest of Miss Mattie Loe Hubblo. Miss Ethel Hilton, of Stanford, Is visiting . her sister, Miss Suile Hilton. Mrs. Nancy Logan, of Stanford, Is the guost of Mrs. W. M. Zanone.-Lanea- ster -- ville fair. -- 1009 City Taxes. Your city taxes for are due. Please call and settle. now being held. ' B. D. Carter, collector. in. - was thrown by Mirt Annie Lee Eubsnks' pony and painfully hurt Sunday afternoon. Will Rineiiart ii s s LUClie Voper. """"" ' Taxes. The tax books for 1009 are now ready. Come in and get your receipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. Mr. W. W. White has taken the agency for the Richmond Steam Laundry and solicits your work. ... . San Felice Cioars are for gentlemen of good taste. The Power Grocery Co., Patis, Ky., Wholesale Distributors. i m m m i- Tub Ladies' Aid Socloty of tho Pres byterian church will meet in the lecture room on Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. ! For Rent. Sulto of rooms In Odd Fellows' building just vacated by Hon. in that J, N. Saunders. Also stpre-roobuilding. Ed Wilkinson. Mr. S. J. Bell sold his farm of 200 acres near Mt. Salem to R. M. Tate, of Somerset, for 10,000. He bought at public sale yesterday C4 acres of the Spoonamore land adjoining his home place Record. at f 102.16. - acre, upland, balance In Brat, and timber. Heeding right, till. Kail. Would like to rem oeiorw nepi, 10. wait on To Mammoth Cave. August 25th on Mkh. halms J. I't nninhton, It. K. D. No. l.Htiinford, Ky, season. regular train. Last for the 112 65 for a three days' trip. Includes FARMS FOR SALE ! railroad fare, board at hotel, and the several routes through the cayo from 1 Un toii-- prlately my farm of 6S acre all stations on the Cincinnati and Knox-vill- e at Jumbo. Lincoln Oounly, y. (our mile from McKinney. llu on It wood divisions. Ten days' limit on tick- dwelling, good lorn, cellar, iprlng home, u in nigu kiaie 01 nil aif r, eio. ets. See L. & N. agent. Alio bae four other mnall farm mi ii I foriale. All well Improved. Teriun Mr. W. P. Kincaid, of Garrard, haa rented the Mark Hardin warehouse for Htonforil, Ky., It. K. D. No.D.U.HII'I'LK. 8. this season and will buy and store to-bacco in it. He also has a large wart-houat Paint Lick and will be In the muket at all times. In due time Mr, Kincaid will open a warehouse either ncrea On Danville A Huttonvlll plkoof Ky.,S mile from More-lanat Kings Mountain or McKinney, whero In Lincoln county, well Implored, good well TnUfai m U ho will buy all grades of tobacco. and cUleru und abundance of lwk water lurnUhid from neerfalllug tprlUKn. Moil farm farm In limm. iletlre to kell At a meeting of a number of tho of the mxteuduy, I together with UiU nlock the In peoplo of tho county held and crop, the ttock coniltlliig of it high1(1 uriKxl bred Jeuneta, It Jack, all nget, yesterday it was decided to accept the mnrei, I registered ; itallloni ktui-kof hay; proposition of tho saloon people, stating iicreaof corn; 15 or eery description. farm-In1 will Implement of that they would neither call nor coun- sell the wboleoutllt oruny purl of the stock and If I sell the farm without the slovk, 1 tenance an election on tho whisky ques- must ell not later than today suns to gli u tion prior to March 12, 1911, and the mo tliuo to iimkeii sale of my ttock. AUo mule from, work mule down hae election to have been hold Oct. 1 or 2 to colt. Vuu will lime to see this furm to nnnre- was called off, We hope and believe clalu the location and the manyadahtage person from a distance thlifarui. the temperance people acted wisely as of siring to see Any farm ran di thu ooiut to More-lanthey got without an election half a Lincoln county, Ky.. on the Queen A Crescent route. tliUluriu being only about much time a they would have, had the H tune iroui nation. election been held. H. U. KING, Morvlnu'd, Ky. n. ' mill-factorse Banker; J. B. Sartin. Clerk; R. R. Ware, Escort; A. A. Sharpe, Watchman; J. V. Price, Sentry; E J. Brown, Physician; J. T. Manning, A. Parsons, Walter Singleton, Managers; J. T. Reyfarm on nolds, Chief Farm for Sale 5-acre Forrester and Camp DepDix river, four miles North of Stanford uty. and near Hubble. Improvements fairly . good and splendid new barn. J. F. The Chautauqua which begun at Rigney. Stanford. Walton's Opera House Thursday night .. m under the auspices of the State-Wid- e Brodhead fair people) showed The Prohibition Committee of Kentucky has anagosity in securing the services of not drawn as large crowds as it should Col. J. P. Chandler for ring master have. The speakers and entertainers again. He has filled the position achave all been of a high class and those ceptably for 14 years. of our pcoole who failed to hear them son of missed many treats. The first enter Reynolds. A Luther Reynolds, of Morcland, stuck a tainer was Rev. Gardner, a fine cornetthorn in his foot. Blood poison set up 1st, pianist and speaker. Then came and he died from the effects of it yes- Dr. Hall, lecturer, and Capt. Stanley, both good in their lines. Rev. Joe terday, Hon. B. B. King tells us. . mm m Jamison and T. Otto Mcl'hereon, vio There will be no more meetings of linist, rendered splendid programs Sat' the Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris- urday and Sunday. The former preachtian church until cooler weather. The ed an able sermon to a large crowd members will be notified through these Sunday morning. All the churches columns when the meetings will bo re- gave way to him. Yesterday afternoon sumed. and last night Senator Regan, the car of drugs for sale at a great toonist and tax expert, delighted his Stock bargain. One other drug store in town. hearers.. The water wagon quartette furnished Finest climate in gan and inspiring music. Senator RePopulation 1,800. the quartette will bo the atMust sell nt once to take tractions this afternoon and evening. America. Post in Foreign Land. Address W. A. when the Chautauqua will come to an end. Davis, San Marcial, N. Mex. .. For indigestion and all stomach Gov. Willson's pardon machino continues busy. He has granted freedom trouble take Foley's Orlno Laxative, to John Baugh, of McKinney, who in a as it stimulates tho stomach and liver fight with Mr. D. C. Allen, of lluston- and regulates the bowels and will posl vllle, fearfully maimed him. Baugh tlvely cure habitual constipation. was given a year and had served about Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. five months. Justice Mills will render his decision Thursday at White Plains, N. Y as to Miss Bettie V. Looan, of lluston- whether Harry Thaw shall be set at vllle, who is visiting tho family of her liberty. cousin, Mr. Robert N. Logan, at Tuscola, III., sends us a program of the 1910. Patterson Springs Chautauqua showing promthat Caleb Powers is taking a Fnrm contains 1.10 acres. Ilrlck bouio o( barns, crlba nnd inent part in the sessions which are 7 rooms, aprlnitiisjacresof all outbuildings und flue Iiottom land; 40 A HOUSE -11m mm belonging to Krueger & Miller, who are building the courthouse, was badly hurt Saturday by a heavy piece of Iron falling on him. J. F. Engleman, SUMMER RATES VIA ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY, AUG. 19th. $16 BOSTON ROUND-TRI- P Mi 11 $16 & & i nil. $28.00. NEW YORK Every dy. round trip. Vi Norfolk and O. D. S. Co. $30.00. Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, and Rail $32.15. Going Rail and Ocean; Returning River, Lake. Sound and Rail through New Yoilt, with itopovrn $3735. July 27. and Saturday. Aug. 21. OLD POINT COMFORT-Tuesd- ay Fifteen Days Limit $12 .50. Very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Seaihote Resorts, on Sale Daily. Summer Tourist Rates to all Piincipal Puiuls in Viigiiii, on Sale Daily. GEO. W. BARNEY. D. P. A.. For full information call on or address Lexington, Ky. Ticket office Phoenix Hotel. 1798 TraDjijlvaijia Uijivefjitij 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. Hamilton College for Tho College of Liberal arts Women, and the College of law. Three campuses embracing 23 acres. Thirteen buildings with modern equipment. A faculty of 50 chosen from the best universities of America and Europe. Standardized elective courses leading to the degrees of A. 11. IS., S., A. M., ami L. L. 13. New Foienco Building recently erected at a cost of 800,000. Stud; its now in attendance from 25 States and G foreign countries. Moral Influences, cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable ex penses. Farm for Rent for The session begins Sept. 13, 1900. Write for catalogue RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, A. M Ph. D. LEXINGTON, Prs. KENTUCKY H. B. NORTHCOTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. Farm for Sale 1 H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. I mu-siur- anti-Baloo- i! d, FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNuuum, TY FOR SALE ! unit utntr nvcvsiury luriiolot KoU niitlmiiiiiiiii.. This la urr ilvslrubltt rJl. A Hue blue urals (arm for sale situated nn (leiioo property, ou Htanford strret, I'rub liroliitnl, Ky. tut rurtlier Information uU liewpUe near I'olnt IabmII ami alx miles south of containing au H.i'. KlNii, Kusley.Alu. Urvss well located 111 uixid neluhUir iiuou. litres. being part uf thu John Walker truct, wllha hand some now, seeu.room rrtldenott thereon, with all necussarvoulbutlitliiiisaiid Well wutvred. six The provrty on Iuuvlll Aenuo, I Hlan-for- good, nw burn UfU. and creek running u never tailing springs by V, (1. Withers. Us occupied ure through. liootf residence and outbuilding, baud, balance una and Tkuhh. good shape. Hplendld cistern aiut two years H cash Inof III from day sale, bearing six per and III bill garden, location llrst.chu paid. Hue neighborhood. Will sell privately. cent Interest until for such place 1'ersou, loosluv please writs 1). runli)Kton, Miss Mrs. Hugh lUtld, K. Or see W.U.WALKsm, Htanford, Mary I'uunlnglon, Htanford, Ky. n tta t'ftsy terms,ktablu FOR SALE HOME FOR SALE1 ttto-ttor- f m ny u Juunipy i'jM'mn.,i, M The Interior Journal. Entered in Iht Pott- - Offic t$mnd'ctaM matter. FARMER'S DKPARTMKHT. J. M. Pettua haa several good brood mares for sale. at Blanford at Many crops of tobacco are belngcut INDIVIDUAL FARMS NOTICEI Thnsn havlni claims tha mint" ot Mrs, Mlnerrit Jjobb will plensA present thoin properly proven to ma lit- Ana, so. ItlCHARiiOoiin, Kx'or., Punvlllo, Ky. L. SN.TIWETHBLE A N0., HOUth.llM) A. NO. H. North, 4141) No.tl,8outh,lit1r. r. . X. No. . North, S:J7 No, T7, 10:47 A.M. M. . JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. Sl. 'o.,ir. x. s. price, Surgeon Dentist, F9RSALEI grnss J.A.aiYKNH.ARont, McKlnner, Ky. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office oyer McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. FARM Xit The farm of HOncrm, of Rood blue Innd, lying one mile North of McKlnnvy.on nnd the Htnnford plk. Improvement fencing good; plenty of wnter nnd fruit. Also 128 ncren of timbered Innd one mile of McKlnner ; hnlf under fence'.plentjr of wnter and good tolmcr-- land. Hce grow """-- - WhemOrdering Clothes Hove your measure tnken ly n tailor of experience. Then your clot hei, whether n low price business suit or the finest evening clothes, will hnve thnt Individuality nnd fit which plutnly lndlrnte they were mnde to yonr measure. I will also take your mens-ar- e for extra trousers, fancy xesti, top coats nnd overcoats. Hnrlng and Summer nniplis on hand rendy for your Inspection. II. 0. UUI'LK V.The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. CUTIFLOWEBS FOR SALE! I enn furnish the public with the best, as well n the freshest of cut (loners, plants of All kinds, bulbs, potted Hosiers, on short notice,. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the nlioe, I hae nil kinds of ve etnbles on hnnd at rensonnble Slices, CHUIHTMANOKKKNlIOl'HK'. KD HUllllAKIl. I'KOK. Htnnford, Ky. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Phone Wearen, 3A: Oltlce, W. The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence Insure with me and protected. le fully p- - M HIDESFURS k: j ;, .iSWODL, i r - .. -- r. reaiiers. Tallow, Efts wax, Ginsens. Golden S;ni.rtc!lnwRv.tl v. are Dealers. and ran do brllrr tnr ,. than agents or commission merchants. Reference, any Bank in Louuville. Write for weekly pnee lut and ship. pug tags. We furnuh wool bags tree. IN. SABEL & SONS, I ., 229 E. MtrketS. LOUISVILLE, KY, INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Life, Live Stock, Health R. B. MAMOISY Property, Everything. Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. J, L.Beazley&Co., SaHHHftXlfc9citkaijBxsvZissK2 i SjSBVBBjBBBJBBHHp.MflBjpMBV Dndei taken and Embalm-en- . Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rug,. Thej will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give TfaemaCall. Prices Right. HT'MFOUD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, ' ' -- Jw "W k Undertaker. Kmbalmcr ai d Mler In.Harnsaa, Saddlery, STANFORD, KY- - est f Hon, ml 1ST. Home fkOLa a. Olio tho fair on the lower floor of the Flor- Jerse) cows with calves; I yeurllng Jersey OlftEOTORSi al Hall, where this exhibit will bo hi tiers; fi yearling steers, SHEEP. held. Tho display will bo taken prinJ. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford HouthdoKii owes, most of d cipally from tho department of Prof, M John li. roster, Stanford; W. U. bnauks, btantord; i. V. JCuti- the prem sired by u buck II. Gitrman, aid will not only include them nt the Islingtonthnt took Houthdowii fair: It ium kin, Lancaster; J. Ii. Pax ton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, snouts, is a large number of samples of crops bucks, ) curlings to Gilberts Creek; K. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. grown 011 tho Experiment Stutlon JACKS AND JENNETS. II. Cummins, l'roachersville; Lilburu farm, but will also attempt to set forth Juck and two Jennets with One Gooch. Gilberts Creek. Intelligibly the insect pests which are colts by side. a marked detriment to farm crops runnbout, I buggy, buggy One crown In Central Kentucky and which pole, 1 Kuufiunnset of linrmss, bridles mid double I toUicco setter, er Joe Bailey, John Porter, Jack Willis can be successfully combatted by saddles, lot1 of huy, safe, coiubliiutlou net lock, been used, Mosler Mil. FA KM EK: Make your homo as modern for your family as a city farmers who use Improved methods In perfect order; farming Implements conand James and John Phelps, alleged corn planter, mower, recommended by the Experiment Sta- sisting of wheut drill, cullhntur, liny rnke, residence, and place yourself in n position to get tho lutest market ijuotalioiis counterfeiters, were arrested at roller, binder. plows, wagon. cutting burrow, Ike l'ulnce, with IU nt niiv time, lins cjii ho ncconinllslicil liv means ol out telenhonu ttervico. W. Va.. with $25,000 worth of tion. warms ot bees, lunl furnace, 4.1 gallon nnd other things too numerous lu which you and your neighbors can get for u sum that is email compared with fake coins In dollars and half dollars in As In past years, the Blue Grass mention. Household nnd kitchen furniture, tho boueflU receiveil. Call or address our nearest ofllco or writo direct to their possession. line lUdlnnt Fair will continue both day and night Including nsolid oak oltlceHome Hunter, oak headquarters, Nashville, Teau., for information regarding our special "Far. desk, I solid during the week of August 8th to 14th. book onse, 1 rosewood book case, lot of old Pains of women, head nalns. oranv Bach evening, beginning at 7:30, a fushloneU furniture und numerous other mure) ajiuu tuttr. st juu niu iiwv it. itt:nuiii ciijujiu luiimouu otsivivvf no you will want. pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with band concert will be given, the full tblugs thatwill be furnished of the pedigreed cau immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, 1'edlgreu Teuuessee, Mississippi Iniisiaua and the Southern portion of Indiana ami Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Hee program of free act wtll follow, and stock, T KUHB. inmte known on dny of sale, KA8T TKNNESSEK TEL. A THL. CO. full formula 011 2oo box. Sold by all the large aggregation ot aaowa wtll T.DUNN. , Illinois. (IMOOHrOKAjritU) btopea. Penny 'a Drug Store, Ool. lt U, Dunn, Auctioneer. Will Be Given Unequalled Opin Fleming county. E. P. Woods got 253 bushels of bar- portunities at the Great Icy oft" of Ave acres. W. M. Bright had a valuable milk Blue Grass Fair. cow to die last week. ThompJ. H. Thompson sold to A. J. son 152 sheep at $5 25. For Sale. Sow and six pigs. Mrs. CONDITIONS FOR EXHIBITS L. H. Stone, Stanford. For Sale. 200 good stock ewes. A. All Kentucky Farmer Eligible to En W. Carpenter, Moreland Let J. S. Murphy. theMcKlnney ter Extraordinary Competitive Exmiller, do your custom grinding. hibit Under Simple Conditions Set Choice Shropshire ram lambs'.for sale. Out Below Do Not Forget That EnE. G. Blckley, Stanford, R. F. D. No. o ... tries Close Monday, August 2. J. S. Murphy, the McKinney miller, In order to stimulate Interest In Imhas just received a fresh car load of proved agriculture and to offer opporsalt. tunity to show to the world tho charFor Sale. 150 barrels of old corn. acter of farm products grown In this George O. Spoonamore, Preachcravllle, section, the Blue Grass Fair, to bo held Ky. at Lexington tho week of August H. A. Wllham, of Salvisa, bought a has framed conditions for the following jack from W. L. Graham for exhibit, which should be one of Its most nttractlvonnd beneficial features: Kxhlblt of products from Individual Take your wheat and corn to J. S. farms, not lss than six from appendod Murphy, the McKinney miller. HighHat to be shown, all to bo grown by est market prices. Judge W. A. Tribble had a fine colt exhibitor, $100, divided Into four premiums $50, $25, $15, $10. by Preston hurt Sunday. Its leg was From tho following list the exhibitor broken by a kick from a horse. Is to choose not less than six products Four good thoroughbred Poland China of his own farm to be shown, and It Is boars, three months old, for sale. M. also understood that exhibitor may G. Murphy, King. Mountain, Ky. show as mnny more than six as he may For Sale. 400 stock ewes, 2 to 4 desire: Ilurloy Tobacco One plnnt of green years old. Sell cheap If taken at once. Jas. McKechnie, Hubble, Ky. Lan- tobacco In pot or cut. Hemp Three Inch bundle. caster phone 334. Corn In Stalk Six stalks. An aged yellow Jersey cow, free Sorghum In Stalk Six stalks. milker but with one blind teat, left my Wheat In Straw Two-Incbundle. place Tuesday. Please notify N. W. Oats In Straw Two Inch bundle. Fowle, Rowland, Ky. Itjo In Straw Two-Incbundle. Ewes for sale. 500 ewes bought in Barley In Straw Two-Incbundle Wayne and Russell counties. No WesAlfalfa Two-Incbundle. ewes in the lot. Coulter & Two-Inctern Red Clover bundle. Middleburg, Ky. Alslke Two-Incbundle. Crimson Clover Two-incTwelve cattle that had taken refuge bundle Soy Deans Two-Incbundle. under a tree on a farm near Millers-burCow IVas Two-Incbundle. during an electrical storm were Blue OrasH Two-Incbundle killed by lightning. Two-IncTimothy bundle. The Texas cotton crop is in need of Orchard Grass Two Inch bundle. rain. The plant in Louisiana and MisGerman millet Two-Incbundle. sissippi is reported in good condition Potatoes Selection of six, any Alaand some improvement is noted in named nrlcty. bama. The exhlbltH will bo judged by points Sallie Brooke, the great on the following basis: Quality, CO filly belonging to Carroll Dudderar, points; diversity nnd commercial won again at the Danville fair. She value. 25 points; arrangement, 15 has made three shows this year and points. Where grains aro exhibited In tho won three blue ties. For Sale. 125 stock ewea; good bundle, the Judge will consider both ones. Just a little extra good. Call at quality and quantity. All samples of grains must be cormy place and sec them or write or telerectly nnuird as to nrlety. Tags to phone me at Yosemite, Ky. They are so designate them will be supplied by 1 to 5 years old. Lincoln Wells. tho superintendent in charge. Court Day There were about 150 Koch exhibit must bo arranged so ns cattle on the market here yesterday not to occupy more than tlvo feet of and all of them sold at 2 to 4c. About wall Rpace. It Is suggested that nil 500 ewes were offered for sale and a exhibits of small grains, grasses and number changed hands at 4 to GJc. The legumes be attached to n hoard, ns In this way n much more e fleet hu display horse and mule market was dull. There came to my place about June 1 can bo secured. In the case of tobacco It Is suggested a spotted male pig weighing about 30 pounds. Owner can get him by paying that plants Intended for exhibit bo grown In pots, though cut tobacco may for this notice and his keep. Mrs. Mat-ti- e also be shown. D. James, Wnynesburg, Ky R. F. Whero an exhibitor grows both No. 1. smooth nnd bearded wheat he may. e It is said the tobacco warehousemen so desires, show a bundle of each are sending agents to the Burley dis- and have samo count as two of the six trict soliciting the growers to keep out articles required to penult his exhibit. Tho phrase, "two-incbundle," used of the Burley and Equity pool and dispose of their tobacco through the ware to designate quantity to bo shown, houses. The agents aro said to have means two Inches lu diameter whero tied. met with considerable success. All exhibits will be marked b numThere strayed from my place about ber tags alone, and no nnines of exMay 10th a large work steer. Deep hibitors shall In auy enso bo nttached ted. natural muly. Will weigh about nor shall there be any designation bell used whereby tho Identity of 1,250 pounds; had a coarso-toneexhibitors on when he left home. When last may be known until after awards arc heard of was near South Fork bridge in made. Lincoln county. Will pay liberal reExhibitors from any county In KenClay Elliott, tucky will bo eligible to competition. ward for his return. Entries close Monday, Aug. 2, at C Humphrey, Ky. Walter O. Walker's horso attracted o clock p. m., and no entry will be acmuch attention, and after the show he cepted thereafter. All exhibits must bo placed not later refused $3,300 for him. The mules C o'clock p. m of Saturday, Aug. shown here would not bo outclassed in than 7, und no exhibit that Is not In place any show in the State. The rings were and comploto at that time shall bo full and all were good ones but accord- eligible to compete. ing to the judge's decisions, which Prof II. Gorman of tho Kentucky wero satisfactory to all, Harris & Experiment Stntlou will ast as Judge. Woods and J. II. Baughman, of LinProf. Georgo Roberts of the State coln, and Mr, Craddock, of Nolin, Ky., University of Kentucky, will bo Superhad the best ones. Lancaster Record intendent In charge. The standing commltteo for the dein its report of the fair. partment consists of Mr. C. K. Marvin, He called for a glass of beer, for the chairman; Prof. C. W. Mathews, Dr. weather was hot. The barkeep said: S. II. Halloy, Prof. Georgo Roberta, but just as good, I Mr Georgo I). Karsner. "It's near-beeThough In no sense relating to this wot." He drank it down, then shook his head and blurted: "No, 'tis not. It exhibit or coming Into competition for may be near," he sadly said, "but It any of tho prizes offered, tho managedoesn't, reach the siot." Nashville ment of tho Illuo Grass Fair Is gratified to state that tho Kentucky ExperiBanner. ment Station will make a display at $500.-IIera1d. h h h h g h h d r, !. B. D. CARTER. New Llverv CUT PRICES: All Summer gooila munt lie ul(l nt Cost. We nre nvcrcrnwtlcd nnd munt make room for our Full atook of new, (rerli good". Note tho prices: Men's Suita were Men's Suit were Men' Suita were Men'a Suita wcro Men's Suit were Men's Suit were Phone 90s STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Depot Street. MASONS' MEET. Lincoln UkIkvNo.AI K.A A.M. will meet In stated rnniinuiilcntlnn an each first itml third Monday nights ofrnrh month, At 7:) o'clock In their hull on main streeet, Htnnford, Ky. Menitx'r of sister lodges are lnltsl to Im prcent. T. V. Hec. tsclling nt $22 T)0 now Selling nl $18 OU now Soiling nt $lf 00 now Selling nt $12 () now Selling nt $10 00 now Selling nt $ 7 fiO now $4 00 now () now $!l $!l 00 now $2 hO now $1-- 18 12 1)8 10 1)8 8 118 7 18 1 18 SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- Men's I.ow Slioei Meii'n Low Shoos Mcu'n Iajw SIkk's Men's Iow Shoes wero Selling nt were Soiling nt were Selling nt worn Selling nt $:i 25 2 2 1 UH .'IS 1)9 I aim prermrrd toilontl kinds ot snneylnz mill clUlrnglneerlnii promptly. My work will t gunrniilrl nnd my prices nre Write me nt McKlnner or cnll inn oer the telephone Kxchnnge. through the llustonvlllc WAIifKIl McKINNKY. Tht McKlnnty Wioltn Mills, McKlnnty, Ky. Is now In operntlon nnd Is ready to servo tlie puhllo In mnltlnii Jeniu, l.ln.xys, lllunkvts, Klnnncls, Ynrns, Ktc. Will either work wool nreichnnKe Kuods for It. Highest mnrkct price for wool. V. Ladies' Low Shoes wctc Selling nt$.'l JadicV Low Shoes wcro Selling nt $J1 Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling nt $2 Ladies' Low Shoes wcro Soiling nt $2 Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling nt$l Straw Hat, $1 fiO Straw Hats, $2 00 Straw Hats, $3 00 Straw Hats, $11 00 Vnluo Value Vnlue Value now now now now M now $2 .'18 111 00 now fiO now 2 1 08 :i 00 now 50 now l 1 J 10 $.03 1 38 2 24 2 08 II.WltKiliT, l'ror. Commissioner's Salel Lincoln Circuit Court. Mngglelt Whent I'lrT.N. I.eim II. IKdendiints. Notice of snle. Judgment rendered In Inoln'dleiice In tlintxive styled notion nt the Mny term, ivv, the underslgm il Commissioner will oil 11 SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. MO.N11.VV.HKIT. ITTII, luw, county court dny, N'tw wn t he hours of 1 nnd of the house door In : ., In front otter forcourt nt public out-e- r Htiiufonl, Ky snle to the highest nnd best bidder, on n credit of U mouths, the trnct of Innd In Lincoln county, Ky owned by llrnnt Holihs nt the time ot hl dentil. Imundeil on the North by the Inndsof V. r.drlines; on the hotlth by the Htnnford nnd Trenchers- Hie turnpike, on the Vet by the Innds of Mrs. Mnry L. Wnrren.contnlnlng f.V, ncres. The object of the nie Is for relme.lineut. Oliver Plows, Disc Harrows and the Superior Grain Drill are three im- Thmi. llond with npnroMil security, pinnhle to the Cninmls. loner, will In re iiulrvdofthe purchiitvr. Inrlngn per rent Interest from date of snle until pnld.hu lint the force nnd i rfrct of n judgment, nnd secured l) lien ou the Innd. J. II I'AXTUV MnsterConi'r V. M .Mrltl)llKltl. Mtyforl'ltl Commissioner's Sale! Lincoln Circuit Court. As directed by u Judgment of the I Incotn Circuit Court relidind nt tin term. 1 '.', In the net Km ot V. II. McKuiTcy lltinnw ny nnd oth nnd others ngiilnst J ers, the tinderslgm-- I oiuiutssloiier will nt nlniut 1 M.nn count court dn In front of the court tiotisi door In Htnnford, k.. olT r for snle nt pub llo outcry to the highest nnd l t bidder, on n credit of sit nnd I? inonths.ttie trnct of Innd, iiriir lllghlnud. In I Incolu county, K) .. owned by Jesse !unnwn nt the time ot his denth nnd IhusdeMrllnd. lleglunlngiit ii dogwood llllns.N nt t from n spring. Win. llutchl.on'n corner, tlience N n1, W M iHites to it store, ltoln-r- t lIutchiMin's conn r In Win. Hutchison's 11 polis to n store line; thence N Vf', Itolnrt Hutchison's corner, tin nee K',W IV poles to ii store In Hlnin Mnrtlu's tluit, thence with Mime H M. W IS poles ton .Mnrttn'a corner, thence ', K III IHilesto ii whlteoiik, lltighe nnd lo corner; thence llnstlii s Hue, nY, V. IvJ Kiles toll stnkeoll the side of n hill wtiereu poplar nnd two chestnuts were cnllcd for r". I'. Ko corner, thence N IS W 7 nles to two lucke)ea nnd white wnlnut. mnr n brunch, thence M "I W SI indi to n sugnr tree In n drnlii. Win. Hutchison's corner, thencu with his Hue N T.V W lA ole to n deud, white onk, with n.h, hickory nnd sugn'tree iHilnlers, his lorutr, thence hi. W poles, II links to u hickory, line M his loruer; thenct Ills line H an, W W, poles to u white o.ik. his corner, tlmnro his line nt H 1'j V 31 iolis.T links ton cherry tree, his comer; thence lit. Hue N i'iS W T piles containing iucres, rood to the und N poles of Innd. llonds with good security for the purchnse price will tie required of tin purclui.er, lnr-in- g it per cent Inti rest from dnte ot snle until paid, piiyuble to the Coniiul.sloni r. lint Ing the force nnil titles I of u judgment nnd secured b Hen on the Innd. J. II. I' VXTOS. M M, C.C, I'. M. McltoUrts. tty.for l'HIs. V pop-hir. Hits-tin moma,hi:it UTIt.lm. portant articles necessary in raising your wheat crop. We have them all ready for you. You will make no mistake in buying this line. Call on us when we can serve you. W. H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. J .... ii, i I 1 PUBLIC SALE! llnvlnir sold mv farm. I will a. II to the .highest und best bidder ut my farm, one i iniieHouinoi jiryiinisviiie, kj Tfiursddy.Aug Promptly nt lu 609, ' I liavcjii-- t received a car of OLD HICKOUY WAGONS, tho best wngon on the market for the money. Seo them liefore lniying, a tliero has hceii n great improvement in their construction. t. . thu following personal property: Sixty Horsei. Mulct and Shetland Ponies; 30 Jeriey Cowi and Calves, 72 Southdown Sheep. nine brood mures with colts; oueextrngood lolts by Jim Clark; saddle one yearling nice toll; two rnrllng colts mare by J Im Ulnrk ; one pulr horso mule, mules; oiio niniejD-jenr-old threv-yeur-ol- d E. T. PEVCE, STANFORD, KY. Cbc Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. stnlttou liy Oratorio, ditiu One Halite Clinker :l.l'4i one yearling stallion tit Menrchllglit, iluui by Ashlnud Wilkes; SHETLAND PONIES. One whloli are colts. nnttte oules;a Imported mares, S. registered; lu ycnrllpg colts; S suckling stallion; H brood mares, Capital, Surplus, Resources, H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT PAXTON, $5O,O0O.00 4O.000.O0 i f 340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. COWS AND CALVES. J.B. registered Jersey hull, 8 years old; 1(1 the uoak norves that aro crying out for help. Then help thorn, don't drug the stomach or stimulate the Heat tor Kidneys. That is wrong Vltalle theso weak Inside nerves with Dr. Shoop's Ittstoratlve und seo how fast good health will como to you again Test it and seo Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. Is It pure-bre- 1 RURAL TELEPHONES. jErr ' .SMI m&Wl Astt irtsliiii .... --x- M.,L j MttM 0i AmftaiwifsTii trmm. unatkttkiUntim - ,iv, 41