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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): August 13, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909081301_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 13, 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. "VI '' r T,. " ' . - "i" The Interiop Journal, fOL. XXXVII. BRODHEAD. Murphy and Acton Come Back. KiNos Mountain, Aug. 0. In a letter to the Interior Journal of Aug. G. W. F. Lane, M. B. Smith and Morris Wall misstated somo known facts, viz: At a meeting on the last day of May or the 1st day of June, Dr. Acton stated in open meeting all members present that the tax had to be levied in the month of June. At a meeting on the night of July II, all members being present, with the district treasurer, Maurice Singleton, Dr. Acton stated what he told them about levying the tax In Juno. Mr. Lane said he know Dr. Acton said something about it but he paid no attention to it Murphy went to Morris Wall about tho tax so that Wall would bring it up at the meeting, from the simple fact that if cither Murphy or Acton brought the question up the other three would be against it, as they had practically been l VJJIV STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST HEWS WOTES. Richard Golden, the nctor, died sud denly nn board the houseboat Stroller in Gravcsend Bay. An Inspection of the furniture for tho new State Capitol shows that (somo of It was damaged In packing. Wallace Miller, a Negro, was lynched In a church yard in Trigg county for attempting to assault the daughter of CHURCH 13. 1909. MATTERS. NO. 48; v ' ', . J. G. Frith Is having his storo rem and hotel building repaired. Kobt. Hicks is preparing to build a neat rcsldcnco near entrance to fair grounds. The L. & N. is Improving tho looks of things by putting a coat of paint on water tank and pump houio. Mrs. Smith, wife of T. II. Smith. president of Beaumont College, Har- rodsburir, visited Mrs. J. W. Hutchison first of week. Mrs. Smith was hero in interest of tho college. The Baptist church building is being treated to a new coat of polo. Bradford Albright Is doing tho work. Some white washing on tho fence and some weeds and briars cut away would add to tho looka of thing". Tho Hockcastlo Baptist Association meets hero on Sept. 7, continuing three days. Tho first day will bo devoted to Sunday school work alone and all Sun day schools In the bounds of tho association aro invited to ba represented in some way, notwithstanding tho convention will be under tho auspices of tho Baptist church. Ono of tho features of the fair will bo n 8oech on the second day by Col. 11. G. Williams who is a candidate for Commonwealth's attorney of tho Kenton county dUtrict. His subject will bo "Labor's New Duty." It is useless to say who Mr. Williams is, for most of tho readers know of Dick Williams, son of D. N. Williams, of ML Vernon. J. It. Tuttle, of London, was here o first of week on business. Misses and Annio Albright, of Barbourville, vliltcd Mrs. Mary Albright. Miss Elirabeth Carter, of Gratx, is with her brother, Dr. W. F. Carter, this week. Mr. Jones Brown, of Bee Lick, was hero Monday doing somo surveying. Mrs. Will McKInney, of the Freedom section, Is very low with typhoid fever. Mr. Koy Mink, of Moreland, is visiting his cousin. Mrs. W. F. Carter. Whilo tho country furnishes good farmers and good neighbors tho towns also contain somo of the best of citizens Wo do not wish to flatter any ono by our eulogies, wc aro simply hurling at them boquets while they live instead of waiting until they nro dead and then putting them upon their graves. Should you come to the Brodhead fair don't fall to visit the placo of business and shako haids with tho senior partner, Mr. A. E. Albright, of the firm of Albright & Adams. "Ed," as wo call him, is 33 years of age, was born near Bco Lick, where ho lived until 17 years old, then camo to this place and clerked in the store of his brother, J. II. Albright, until about 2o yenrs of age, when ho began business for himself. When 22 years of ago ho married Miss Dollie, daugtcr of Mr. arid Mrs O. W. Turpin. Mr. Turpin claims the distinction of being n rebel soldier while Mrs. Turpin is a daughter of Kcv. J. J, Edwards, whoso name appears so often in Kentucky history. Ed owns one amom: the nicest residences In town and takes n delight in keeping every thing looking cory. Ho has four children, all girls; Miss Una, the eldest, who acts us organist at tho Baptist church occasionally, Misses Hazel, Nina and Augusta Worth aro the other three. Mr. Albright takes a great interest in tho atrairs of tho town, always keeping an eye for the betterment of things. He is a great Sunday school worker, a staunch member of the Baptist church, also a deacon and has dono u greut deal towards tho erection and completion of the now Baptist church building hero. As to politics ho la a democrat and is a subscriber to this paper. Lil-H- The State convention of the Church of the Living God is in session at Win- chester. Rev. Df. T. J. Porter, of Roanoke, Va., has been called to the pastorate of the Baptist church of Winchester. Tho meeting at Green river church, Yosemlte, conducted by Elds. Montgomery and Williams resulted in 23 additions. Rev. D. M. Walker, of this place, is conducting nn interesting meeting at the Christian church at Hubble. He preaches every night and tho crowds thus far have been large. The South Kentucky Baptist Association has just closed their annual convention which was held with the church at McKInney this year. A large number of delegates and visitors were pres- FRIGES GUT ON- - a farmer. against everything cither of the other two stood for. They say they had no school law and failed to get one and had to depend on the retiring president and secretary for information. This is incorrect, as there was a copy of the school law In the postofllce sometime before they were elected trustees and wo saw them studying same. Also nil through tho month of June Morris Wall was seen with the school law in his shop reading it at various times. (When they say they wcro not warned of tho time to levy the taxnnd at least three weeks before the time was out, they misrepresent facts; therefore w claim wo wero not in the least to blame for the tax not being levied. J. W. Acton, M. G. MuRnir. IN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTIES. The new directory of Danville bIiows that that little city has G.200 inhab itants. At Danvillo Oscar Ganns and Logan Burns, Negroes, engaged in a fight and Burns may die. Richmond suffered n $30,000 fire when Azbill's livery stable, Thurman's grocery and the city fire department buildings burned. Hcv. II. F. Searcy, pastor of the Baptist church at Lawrenceburg, was badly hurt while driving in Madison county, his hone scaring at an auto mobile and throwing him out 'of his buggy. Washington's Plague Spots III the low, marshy bottoms (if the Potomac, thi breeding ground of malaria germn. These germs cause chills, fever and ague, blllomnes, iatimllcc, lassitude, weakness and general debility and bring sutTcrlug or death to thousands yearly. Hut Electric Hitters norer fall to destroy them and euro malaria trouble "They aro the best tonic and euro for mil iaria I ever used," writes It M. JamcH, of Louellen, S (.'. They cure Stomach, Llvnr, Kidney sad Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid. Try them, M)o. Ouarnnteed by Pen ny's Drug tore. lie Osteopathy was recognized as a profession by the State of Georgia when the House overwhelmingly passed the Senate bill providing for licenso fees. Col. Albert A. Pope, well known in automobile and bicycle circles throughout tho United States and Canada, died at his summer home in Cohassct, Mass. The woman who was found dead Sunday in the woods near Detroit with evidences of assault and murder, was ent. identified as Mrs. Martha Galahn, of His many friends here and elsewhere that city. will be glad tp learn that Rev. D. M. On motion of tho Commonwealth's Walker has been retained as pastor of Attorney-ni- l the indictments in the al- the Christian church for another year. leged night riding cases in Calloway He is ono of the very best preachers in county were dismissed with leave it this portion ot Kentucky. the cases to tho grand jury. The meeting conducted by Mr. Kur-feTheodoro Harris, banker and capiwill close Sunday night. In order talist, died in Louisville after a week's that thoso who come may be more comillness. He was 81 years of age and fortable tho last two services will be was actively engaged in business up to held in the opera house. Sunday at 3 tho time he was taken ill one week ago. r. m., "What it is That Divides the Whilo playing "Indian" around a People." 7:45 r. M., "Our Heavenly bonfiro at Evansville, Ind., Lorena Home, or Shall We Know Each Other Kuntz. aged nine years, fell into the There." Humes and was so badly burned about Rev. William Lee Popham, of Louisher face and hands that she will prob- ville, will preach on the "Power of ably die. Lovo" at the Presbyterian church SunJohn Stinson was killed by a mob day morning. In tho afternoon at the which entered his homo nt Amos, nine Baptist church he will speak to men miles from Scottsville. Mrs. Mary only on "Kings of Crime." At night Douglass claims to have identified her ho will preach at the union meeting at brother, Tom Jones, us tho man who the Methodist church. His subject did the shooting. will be "A Mother's Love." John M. Sharp, n prominent stock and In the absence of the pastor Rev. T. groin broker of Louisville, whose firm W. Barker, Rev. W. S. Grmstead, of closed out all trades und suspended Versailles, a former pastor und friend operations last week, and whoso where to Stanford, will preach at the Metho abouts have been concealed for several dist church bunday morning next at days, died of tiright's disease in a De 11 o'clock. Epworth League will meet troit sanitarium. nt 7:15. Union Services nt the same Leaving her home early on Satur- place at 7:45 r. M. Sermon is to be day afternoon to place Mowers on the preached by Elder Walker pastor of grave of her father, Anna Schumacher, the Christian church. 17 years of age, who resided with her mother in Rochester, N. Y , was atThis and That. tacked bj one or more unknown men, Eleven lives were lostwhen theOkan- criminally assaulted and murdered. ngan Hotel, at Vernon, B. C, was On obtaining one of tho now Lincoln burned. pennies, John Niccito, of New York, Bob Worrack, famous as the discov gave it to his son, James, erer of Cripple Creek, is dead at Colowho placed It in his mouth. When he rado Springs. laughed the coin slipped half way down Eleven elephants escaped from a cir his throat and stuck there. Tho boy cus and terrorized the people of Clay died before he could be taken to a hos tore-submes nine-year-o- Ladies' Oxfords, REGARDLESS OP In Order to Reduce the Stock. H pital. The Cascade Distilling Company, of Nashville, Tenn., will be allowed to settle the case ugainst it and Us officer?, on account of whisky seizures in April last, for $10,000 and costs. The De partment of Justice recommended the nrroptance of this compromise, and the Treosury Department has approved it. Jesse Couley, a young man from Wolfo county, who was working on a farm nenr Winchester, was found dead in the barn lot with his skull crushed. Ho had evidently ridden a mult to the creek to water it when the animal became frightened und threw him off. His foot caught in tho harness and he was kicked and dragged to death. After locking their two children in n bedroom und fastening the doors of their fiat so that the neighbors could not enter in u hurry, Antonio Spizzirri and his wifo went into tho darkened parlor in Chicago and tried to kill each other. The womun was shot twice and stabbed twice with a stiletto and died before the police got there. Tho husband was shot twice also and probably d Center, Kansas. Eugene Keefer, of Fitzgerald, Ga., was crushed to death while moving a piano. The instrument fell on him. Under a decision of the Henry County Board of Education the first county high school in accordance with the new Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. little city girl observ ed during her first day in the country a mother hen about to gather her little brood of chicks under her wings. Tho little girl rushed up to tho hen, shouting: "Shoo, you ugly thing! How daro you sit down on those beautiful little birds?" Boston Post. A kind-hearte-- common school law will be located in Eminence. The Combs Lumber Company, of Lexington, has been awarded the contract to build another boys' dormitory at the Stato House of Reform, near Lexington, on a bid of $19,846. BRODHEAD FAIR, MATRIMONIAL. Yorker earning $15 a week is sued for $100 a week alimony. Cyrus Marshall, aged 78, and Mary Kirkpatrick, GO, were married in Franklin county. Coleman Moore and Miss Mandy Phil lips were joined in wedlock's holy bonds here Wednesday. Wallace Agee and Miss Lilllo Englc, a popular joung couple of Richmond, surprised their many friends when they were quietly married at tho residence of Rev. Hugh McLcllan. Joo Walton Craft, son of Mrs. Sallle 11. Craft and nephew of the editor of this paper, was married in Louisville on last Thursday evening to Miss Judello Brown, a daughter of a well known business man of that city. Lon don Democrat. A New Aug. 18, 19 and 20. 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 success than ever before. Come and you will never re- "Health ColTeo" Is tho Kentucky Fair Dates. t. Imitation ot real colTco ever ctmado. Dr. Shoop created It from imro narch- e3 grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In tluvor is inado In just ono inlnutu. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Samplo free. Penny's Drug Store. ' elocret , ' Aug. 10- -4 days. Harrodsburg. Aug. 12- -3 days. Lawrenceburg, Aug. 171 days. Kichmond, Aug. 18- -3 days. Berry vllle, Aug. 18- -3 days. Burbourvllle, Aug. 18- -3 days. Brodhead, Aug. 18- -3 days. Shelbyvllle, Aug. 21- -5 days. Vug. 21- -3 day 8. Elizabothtown, Springfield, Aug. 251 days. London, Aug. 25 t days. 4 days. Somerset, Auk-3Frankfort, Aug. 314 days. Nlcholasville, Aug. 31- -4 days. days. Bardstown, Sept. Fair, Middlesboro, Sept. 1 1 days. days. Paris. Sept. Monticello, Sept. 7- -1 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept, 13- -0 days. Taylorsvlllo, 14 Tri-Stat- o 71 I ferer from kidney dlseaso, so that ut times I could not get out of bod, and when I did I could not stand straight. 1 took Foley's Kidney Ueinedy. One dollar bottle and part of the second fcured mo entirely." It will euro you. Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. Richard Golden, the famous old co median, ii dead in New York City. No mattor how lung you buvo uf fered, Foley's Kidney Itemed y will help you. Mrs. S. L. Howcu, of Wayno, w. V u., writes: I was a suf Street car fares in Bordeaux, France, willdio. are less than 2 cents a ride, und working peoplo pay only half that between 'Twas A Glorious Victory. 5 and G in tho morning and G to 7 at There's rejoicing la Fedora, Tenn. night. A limn' life has been saved, und now Dr. King's New Discovery is tho talk Tho llulo Candy Cold Curo 'tablets of tho town lor curing C. V. Pepper of culled Prevention, will In a few hours deadly lung hemorihages. "1 could safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo. not work nor get about," ho writes, Try them! Sold by Penny's "and tho doctors did mo no good, but, Drug Storo after using Dr. King's New Discovery Visitor So this town is strongly op three weeks, I feel Hkoa new man, uud can do good work again." For weak, posed to corporal punishment? Walter Yes, sir. Why, mister, dey sore or diseased lungs, Coughs and don't even let us serve whipped cream. Colds, Hemorrhages, Huy Fever, Asthma or any llronetjial afA tickling ordrjtcoughcan bo quick- fection It stands unrlvuled. Price 50c. ly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough und 81. Trial bottle free. Sold and Uemedy. No opium, no chloroform, guurunteed by Penny's Drug Store. nothing unsafe or harsh, Sold by Penny's Drug Store. "When two colored base ball teams uro playing tho umpiro always calls a Tho auto needs no tall or net foul an 'unfair ball.' " To keep insects away, "Why?" enough to hold all self- That smell's "If he said foul, tho players would Respecting files at bay. all quit and go looking for the chicken." Littlo Alice (who has just been All persons aro recommended to spanked by her papa) I think dad is dreadful I Was lie tho only man you take Foley's Kldnoy Hemedy for backcould get, mummy? ache, rheumatism and Kidney and Tom Just ono little kiss beforo I go. bladder troublo. It will quickly corTeas Will you be satisfied with one? rect urinary Irregularities, which, If Tom Well, of course not. neglected, may develop Into a serious Teu Then get busy, boy; get busy. Illness. It will restore health and Clothbs French cleaned. Cook & strength- - Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. Farmer. 0. m Ho put his arm around her waist, The color left her cheek, But on tho shoulder of his coat It showed up for a week, Mary had a littlo lamb A hundred years ago, Tho chops on which I dined y Aro from that lamb, I know. O that some Burbank of tho West Would patent, mako and sell An onion with an onion taste And with a violet smell. gret it. Use Arnold's Hapi - Made Buggies. Seared With A Hot Iron, There aro ulentv cheaper buggies hut there aro nono .better, Huggy work, 810; phaetons, $12; surreys, 811 anil up, avoid painting, ing to tho sue. Per set, bugsy Bteel tiros, best ijuality, at 8.J.0U. uuggy iclined ill .'10 ounce rubber at 88. Buggies toiM in leather ami reliuod lor $25. Kubber tires, at 810. Buggies tho beat ou tho market ami tho lowest prices, Goodyear mid heliey, at $14. Best Goodrich at $10. Wo solicit your trade, iirst-cla-d or Bcalded br overturned kettle cut with a knife bruised by blammcd door by gnn or In any other way the thing needed ut onco Is Hucklcn's Arnica Salvo to subdue, inflammation aud kill tho pain. It's earth's supremo healer, Infallible for Dolls, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Eczema and Piles. 25oat Penny's Drug Store. Robert Morgan fell from his oorch at Paducah to the ground, tome five feet, aad broke hi neok. R. M. ARNOLD. DANViLLE. KY, ?"; The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. For Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer. Kor Hlnte Hennlor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. Kor Itepre.entntlve, W. H. SHANKS For County Jtul je, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, V.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For Sheriff, v. l, Mccarty For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jnller, DINK FARMER For Aieor, IOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Htnnford District, JAMES McKECHNlE For Constable Htnnford District, I. M. BRUCE Tor Mflglstrate;Crnb Orchard District, J. WARD MOORE For Magistrate Huitonllle District, J. K.HELM.SR POLITICAL. Tub automobile display and performat tho Lexington fair were all Gov. Wlllson has accepted an Invitathat the most fastidious lover of the tion to accompany President Taft on machlno could have hoped, but as Senhis trin down the Mississippi river. ator Bailey, of Texas, who was in the I Tho Georgia General Assembly ad city, remarked:' "It Is a most incon- journed sino dio after a session remarkgruous thing to havo such exhibitions able for tho number of freak bills Inat an agricultural fair in a section that troduced. should encourago horso raising. When John F. Morgan, nestor of tho Nichyou buy a horse from a farmer or olas county bar, has announced for the breeder, he not only gets your money, democratic nomination for county judge but continues to get it in tho salo of to succeed tho late Thomas Collier, feed for the animal. Every turn of the who was named for that place in the crank in an automobilo destroys a quan- Democratic primary held May 15. tity of gasolino and every ounce of thnt Tho "stick and tho shotgun,1 Impleproduct of the Standard Oil Company ments of the unwritten law, were figurdisposed of enriches that grasping moatively abolished by tho Georgia Legisnopoly." There is food for thought In lature as tho means of defense of a tho suggestion. womnn's fair name. Tho House passed EniTORS Howell, of tho Atlanta tho bill already adopted by tho Scnato Constitution, and Gray, of the Journal, making willful defamation of a woman of tho samo city, fell out over the mer- n misdemeanor. its of Hoke Smith's administration, and At a conference between representahaving run out of epithets applied to tives of tho Society of Equity and the each other, havo quit tho unseemly Burley Society at Winchester, proposiquarrel from sheer exhaustion. Both tions were made by tho Burley Society are good men and useful to their thriv- which will end the controversy between ing city, but such exhibitions ns they the two organizations. The Burley Sohave been making of themselves injuro ciety agrees to pay tho Equity Society their power for good, and weakens $1 a hogshead commission on tobacco their influence among thinking people. pooled through local unions of the If editors want to quarrel let them go Equity Society; will pay over to each out in the woodshed and fight it out fist countv monev reccit ed for tobacco ten to the I days after receipt, and will pay and skull if necessary. i Ev..iif or me nooi nm I WUVItJ Vv,WM..J tit.to sin - nut Sore head democrats and republicans of 1909, half of which is to go to the Lexington State society. are trying to get together at for an independent county ticket, but so far have not been ablo to aijree on a The Crime Of Idleness. division. A committee was appointed Idleness means troublo for any one. to urge Judge Parkerato announce his Its tho same with a lazy liver. It causcandidacy to succeed himself and run es constipation, headache, jaundice, at the head of an independent ticket, sallow complexion, pimples and blot but he has so far kept his own counsel. ches, loss of appetite, nausea, but Dr. It is hoped that he will tell his flatter King's New Life Pills soon banish ers to "get behind ma Satan," and thus liver troubles and build up your retain a lingering respect of his former bcalth. 25c at Penny'!. Drug Store. admirers. ances l:imLz7m VAiT JlHtMr 4 0zrm v j?,''r;,,w VNTVlafaJaiaat. lrV JBFlk 'sLkflHWiliLLViaa jW 7JT ,&& JV. - -t- -l aWMwai sw . ' e "4mt.w t jr , .r , ' s N 4 . . s " JMalBHaBBBBBa, alaalaalaalaalattka m ' Night riders are again posting no HOME FOR SALE! tices containing dire threats to the own ThenroiH-rtvot- i of Reelfoot Lake in Tennessee. This Danllle Avenue, Htan-forers by W. (1. Withers. Has n comes from the fact that the Supremo good occupied nre residence. and outbuildings and Hplendld cistern court of the State rushed in ond saved In good simp-s unit In bin garden. Uatlon neighborhood. Will sell prlat. y. necks of the convicted slayers of The full appropriation committee of the Kankin on the merest technical line Hugh Held, K I. Pennington, Mis Mrs. Capt. ; .Mary i enniugiuii, nminuni, the House will take a junket to Panaity. Often tho courts are the greatest ma to see the canal in November. As producers of crime. of Congress has authorized tho issue of $375,000,000 in bonds for the digging of government statisticians estiThe the ditch, the reason of the visit now mate the five crops of wheat, corn, sell privately my stock of GroI desire is not apparent, except for the purpose oats, rye and barley in the United ceries and to Hardware. DoInK n good business. Will Imolce about 1)00. Kensou of enjoying an outing at the expense States this year tobe worth $3,102,100.- - til health. of the country. The original estimate 400. The entire output of gold and sil OKO. 1). HOPITU. Htnnford. Ky. of the cost of the canal was $140,600,000 ver is but $614,651,300. Great is the and Harpers Weekly, after a personal farmer and glorious are his prospects. investigation of one of its emissaries And ho deserves all the good that can Bays it will cost a billion before it is come to him. through. The issue of bonds is, , how Denier In and Manufacturer of Auditor James reports that there ever, said to be only an excuse for the Marble and Cranlto Monupurpose of replenishing the treasury, is a deficiency of $35S,017 93 in the genments, going which sadly needs the money. Harpers eral expenditure fund. This is Cemetery nnd Ijiwn Markers gives this reason: "Eight years under some considering that when he took Vase andand Posts, Olllce and works, were about $1,400,000 Ky. Cleveland cost the country $2,519,524,-867- ; charge there eight years under Roosevelt, $4, in the treasury and the republican adMay 627.855,383, a difference of more than ministration is not half gone. two billion dollars. The army and navy the good Lord help us. under Cleveland, co3t $551,559,393; A Negro was lynched near Cadiz $1,781,426,471, a differ Tuesday for attempted criminal as nnd wnntlntt to tie Owing to ence of nearly a billion and a quarter, have some close bv the place that another nwuy from homemy this summer. 2tler Dlx decided to rent And 15 years hence not a single battle sault. ago. Holler Mills, drlen l.y water and steam hanged a short time s ship now afloat will be fit to go into ac brute was power, (jood location. Mill In examples seem to havo condition. tion. How long, Oh Lord, how long These drastic w.H.TUAVLO.t. on the lecherous fiends, who It. K. D. No. 4, Stanford. Ky. before we shall return to an economic little effect continue to get in their beastly work. ally administered government and a tariff for reuenue only. It is now said that thu plums for Kentucky patriots will not be handed Report comes from Lexington that out till after Mr. Taft's 13,000 mile Mr. W. P. Walton has bought the GaOn InnvllloA Ilustonllleplkeof SlO acres tour. Suppose he should be killed and In Lincoln eounty, Ky.. Smile from More-lanzette, a democratic afternoon daily of This farmls well improted.KOod well Sherman should accede to the throne, and cistern and abundance of lwk water that city. As he is en route with his springs. wouldn't there be anew deal all around? furnished from I desire to sell this Most farm family to Atlantic City we could not of furm In cnisn. Perish the thought. It is harrowing. lu the nextw) days, together with the stock 41 corroborate the report, but on the princrop, the stock consisting of 1(1 highand ages. brood ciple that it is hard to teach an old dog The government places the wheat bred Jennets, jacks, all marei, I registered: I registered stallion; lis new tricks and knowing his fondness yield at 725,000,000 bushels, which is acres' of com: 15 or SU stacks of hay; farm-lu- g I will for the business he has followed for but 23,000,000 bushels short of the re sell Implements of eerydecrlptlou.the stock the whole outllt or any pari of I nearly a third of a century, we incline cord crop in 1901. With this big sup and Ifsellsell the farm without tbuasstock, I not later than 0 days so to gle must to the belief that the report is true. ply there is not much danger of any- me time to make n sale of my stock. Also haua-odmules from work mules down Printers' ink is monstrouB hard to wash body starving and not much reason for to colts. You will have to see this farm to appreoff one's hands either really or high. putting the price of flour so ciate the location nnd the nanyadantnges For Magistrate Wnynesburg District, IOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable W'nynesburR District, JOHNG. BAUGH . llrt-clas- Stock for Sale. Our especial effort is caring for those things the boys and young men wear. If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS alMerchandise ways come to us and you can find them. H, J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. DRIPPING SPRINGS. P. O. Crab Orchard, Ky Is now orwn for tlm sea.on. Write to Hpears Harry Jacobs, S2&&lZBgEEE&gggg&J& O. L. Penny It. H. C'otlcy H. It. C'olcmnn Fisher, Manager, for foldrr. Small Farm For Sale sen neigh-xirhoo- FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. 1 MILL FOR RENT! 1 I deilre to sell privately my farm of 57 miles from acres. In Lincoln count). Htanfordand two miles from May wood, on road, mile from pike. In good and close to church, rural rout mile from school-hou.Itntl all ery productive, H farm In grass, luilanre In cultivation; nil under good fence. Comfortable house of six rooms; iimw barn and all other outbuildings. Abundance ol nnewau-ranfruit of all kinds. J.T. MVINdHTON. It. V. 1). No. 1. Stanford, Ky. m 9 THY OUIt Tnlctiiu Powder, SjMllgO. Hath AND Hrii-t- pJQ luilct nnd liatli Sonpa first-clas- 10 Farm for Sale gle neier-fulllng H rornodns. In order to clean up on Mattings. Druggets, Carets, Hugs, Ktc Will 10 er cent, reduction. Haietoiue rare bArgnlnsIn millinery. Home big isirgalns 111 close outs lu wall paper. Nice selection of framed pictures. Now Is jour time to buy a handsome mantle mirror. Call und see them. Choice selection of rocker, dood line of beds, metal and wood, metal nnd wool folding heds.crlbs.cots. mattresses, springs, couuehea, Davenports, chairs, suitcases, grips, trunks, eitinalon tables, centre tables, medicine cahlmts, glass, sash, doors, Ac. Cull and seuus. Well eoulpped stock of funeral supplies. Her vice night or day. (J. II. I'HUITT. Morelund, Ky. PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITT, Morolond, Kontucky, IPKCIALLV. Our Ico Cold Smlu Wnter nitli Jcnvy Cream ninl Fine Fruit Flavor. vv S W PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btamford, Kentucky. gj T d As he regards Kentucky as debatable political ground, President Taft has decided that all the census employees In Kentucky must be republicans. But William the First ought to know, If not these presents are to inform him, that republicah Incompetency at Frankfort There seems to be developing a mu has taken Kentucky out of the doubtful territory and placed her on the firm tual admiration society between Miss Alice Lloyd and the State Journal. A foundation of a democratic State. fellow feeling usually makes us won if A JUDGE has decided that the Bristol, drous kind and both hate Congressman Va., "drys" have no cause of action Cantrill with a holy hatred, and both and that the city must submit to the with good reason. will of the majority and be "wet." The THE governor of Alabama has signed drys will hardly let a subordinate judge settle the matter for them, but take the bill to prohibit the sale of any li further steps before a higher court to quor in the State containing over 1 of 1 prevent the introduction of the sa- per cent, of alcohol. With such a proportion, a fellow would have to get out loon. side of a barrel and a half to get even Abraham Lincoln, whose name is a little tipsy. now revered even by his enemies, manthin nvuiu tlliltA biiav nwcicaa tvic- aged to make buckle and tonguo meet IVilb .ic.tlil tlttnl .1a. RilMtta.. tnlai. on $25,000 a year. Mr. Taft now geU Xphy would be practically costless that much for traveling expenses and compared with that oyer strung wires wants even more with a Balary double on high priced poles. Not so, it seems, alnco a statement shows that tho sys that of the great emancipator. tem was operated last year at a loss of Senator Bradley is back in Louis- $17,000. ville and told a reporter that "ho was A dispatch says that Evelyn wants going to practice law like tho devil" till Congress reconvenes. A great many a divorco and half a million from Harry lawyers practice that way but we had Thaw. She deserves it for Baving his not thought the Senator was in that neck with the flimsy lie she told on Stanford White. class. d of this farm. Any person from a distanceto Morethis farm can WHO said the republican Congress is desiring to seepniltltv. Ky.- - Oilcome OUCen A luiwf l.lnfnln the unmindful of the great common people? Orescent route, this farm being only about Didn't it reduce the tariff on porous H mile irom station. KINC1, Morelund, Ky. II. 11. plasters ? In order to catch even, however, the manufacturers, will, it is said, enlarge the size and number of the holes in the plasters. Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. up-to-date FIRjST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. ). S. Hocker, President;, J. M. rettut, S. T. Harris, II. C. Daughman, . F. Cummins, John J. McKoberti, Cashier; S, T, Harris, no. C. Robinson, . S. Hocker, II. C. Baughman, Aut. Cash'r V, I). O'Bannon C.IE, Tate.- -. Vf.Vf. Saunder. Bookkeeper. V, Heid, M D. Elmore, T&c State University, and a Department of Education, which last has bven established Instead of the Normal Hchool. Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced a work In iedagogy and are granted completdegree in this subject when Academy for preparatory Instruced. The tion Is retained. County appointees receive free tuition, privilege of residence lu the dormitories, Fuel and light, traveling expenses. If they renialiilOconsecutleiuOuths,or one collegiate year. The laboratories and museum are large, w ell emilpd. comprehensive and modern. Military Hcience Is fully prolded for as required by Congress. The graduatus lu the seternl course of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration. The total number of matriculates for last year was IJiS. Kach de. partmeut has a specialist at Its head, with the necessary number of itsslltauts. Young women find an eicellent home, with bourd and lodging, lu Patterson Hull, whlchls welleUlpMd with all the modern (omenlences, bathroom, hull for physical culture, at JJ l";r week. All courses of study In the I'nlierstty are omii to women on tdeiillwil conditions with those applying to males. The completion of the Agricultural. Mining Kngliieerlng. laboratory and Kduca-tlo- n buildings atfonl umple and commodious quarters for these departments, which are rapidly Increasing lu the number of Kor catalogues, mtthods of obtaluliig rrgardlug courses Since Senator McEnery, a of study and terms of admission, upply to The president and all his Cabinet are Jam. K. lMrrEiiiio.N, Ph.D., I.U !., Pres., away from the capital, but "Godrolgns Southern democrat, voted right along with the Aldrlch adherents. Bomo real or to D.O, Kuazkk, lluslness Agejit. and the government at Washington democrats are sore over the fact that Begins Sept. 9, '0?. Fall still lives." Louieiana was ever purchtsed. llach-elor's The Htate University, Islington, Ky or fers the following courses, namely, AgriculEngitural, Mechanical Knglneerlng.OUIl Mining neering, Klectrlcal Engineering, i.'mrtn....rir. mimical nnd seven Helenlltlc courses, each of which extends oer four years ana leans ion imcuriururHvc, ,,,, Ijsw a Department of ' Lexington, Ky. DIRECTORS. . H. Uaugbman, T Cough Caution couf n vea from a luscl cold only ion should alwsysbssiC sooths, andeajoth Irritated brotv chud tube. Don's, blindly suppress It with tupef jlaf poison. It't striae bowjQafitilow finally torn about. Tor tsrenty Tears in. tnsop warned peopUnotto. tax comb hu constantly prescription ooaUlnlnc Opium. mixtures or lluta Chloroform, or srmlUr poisons. And now IsU thouib Cong rats sTS "Put U on thaUbrl. If poisons are In your Goutb Mixture." Uoodl and others, should Insist on listing Dr. 6 hoops Gnuxn Cur, ho poison, marks cm Dr. Snoop I labels nd non lo tb medietas, else It must by law be on th lsbel. And It's not only ttfe. but It U said to b by tbos tbat know it taut, a truly r nitixablacoufh rtnudy. Tax noclisnce then, particularly with your children. Insist on bavins Dr. Bhoop's Couih Cure. Compare carefully th Dr. bhoop ptcxag with others and not th dlffirroc. Va poison marks there I You caa always be on th sal side by demanding Kerer.posttlTslTnrrtrpolsonTeorlaott. If job . Big Line of VerytoodllllsreafurforthlsTtryreasonmothfrs. Chattanooga Plows, The Best Made. H. FARRIS, Stanford. ' Term Cough Cure GEORGE PENNY'S Dr. Shoop's MUG STONE -- V! -- ' - .. '..iit..i r . " Hf$f.' 3 For the remainder of this month (August), we offer any of our Men's HighGrade Shoes at 25 PER CENT. DISn makes as Florsheim $5 and $6 Shoes, Burt & Packard $4, R. J. &R. $3 to $4. Take COUNT. Such 25 PER CENT. OFF and you have the price. This is a great opportunity to save money. The combining of our well-know- Corbin and Stanford stocks gives us too many shoes. We have Patents, Gun Metals, Tans, Vicis and Velour. Come while we have your size. There is nothing better made at any price than Florsheim's Shoes. Anticipate your Fall needs. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. w & SON. Novelties & STANFORD KY. in LOCALS. cnnnel coal at &Co's. Try a load. r I . W. O. Martin T. W. Humble L. R. Hughes Olympian Springs water at Shugnrs Wanted, a few shares of First Na- Tenner's drug storo. Try a glass or tional Bank stock. This office. Btanfoii!), Ky., - Aw. 13, 1900 Get Olympian Springs water at s a jug. & Tanner's. They aro sola agents m The L. & N. offers n round- - trip rate 'Squirte James McKechnib has our of $2 to the Lexington fair this week. Spf.ciai. Jonn of Arc 10 cent ciKor wo for It. Sunday only . - ... will (tell on Saturday and Buy your conl from Singleton Bros., thanks tor another sack of his delightC cent strnlRht. Penny's Drue Store. Prices on Ladies' Oxfords reduced. Crab Orchard Ky. Cheapest placo in ful apples. See our windows. Cummins & Wcaren. e town. Tun L. &N. will soil round-tritickPERSONALS. Work on the court-hous- e is progressThe "wets" will ask for nn election ets to tho Brodhead fair, which beg ins ing satisfactorily and Contractors KrucWo haven few Skirts left in Voiles, Panamas, Ac., all colMiss Jean Patrick went to tho Lex' In Wednesday, at Sol. on tho whisky question in Somerset ington fair yesterday. & Miller think they will have the ors, 25 1'ER CENT. OFF FOR CASH. ger City Taxes. Your city taxes for big building completed by Winter. . la back from n visit December. IlnooKS Hahkku We nl-- o havo a few Linen Wash Suits left. Regular prices to friends at Uetlcviw. Pulaski democrats will name a coun- 1909 aro due. Please call and settle. The sign from 88 to 812.50. Price now from 85 to 88. writers thought they had Mrs. D. II. Ureck. of Itlehmond, i ty ticket Aug. 28. We hope it will B. D. Carter, collector. barrels of fun Wednesday night when Latest etyles ami best pattern. This is this soasonYgoods. with Mrs. W. A. Trlbble. prove a winning one. TAXES.-T- he tax books for 1909 are they soiled for the time a number of . Hev. W. S. GniNSTBAD, of Versailles, lo"3 U your gain. Our See Belden & McBee for carriago now ready. Come in nnd get your re- show windows in town. If the little is with his daughter here. ' Don't forget the tremendous GUT we are making on all cigarette pufTers had something to do from repairing, painting and rubber tiring. ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. Miss Ida Moorii has returned Shop opposite depot. in the day they wouldn't indulge in such a visit to Lexington friends. W. A. Carson has had W. Assessor ,m night comes and if the Mesdames Louise and C. E. Tate G. Haggard sworn in as his deputy in deviltry when You may also take any price of Dress Goods in our house at tickThe L. A N. will sell round-trivagrancy law were enforced as it should arc at Crab Orchard Springs. tho Richmond fair Aug. IS to 20, the Southern end of the county to sucets to 25 PER CENT. OFF. be the trouble makers would be too S. J. Kmiiry and Ilobt. Woods are good returning 21st, at $1.30. ceed A. A. Crutchfield. tired to spend their nights in carousing Big CUT on all other linee. Come to see us. attending tho Harrodsburg fair. Hand-tainteThe Rockcastle county fair begins at and general cuasedness. China makes handMrs. Judith Chestnut, of Hockcas some and appropriate wedding presents. Brodhead next Wednesday, 18th, and tie. Is visiting Mrs. W. I. Herrin. To the Farmers. Having lost my many Lincoln county people ar making Messrs. W. W. Havs andC. E. Tato See Mrs. Catherine McClary. barn by fire and being insured in the their arrangements to attend. arc attending tho Lexington fair. Home Insurance Co., of New York, Eventually you will use either Rex Mrs. M. M. Stone returned from a or Economy coal from Denham's yards. The Liberty News says that Caleb represented by Jesse D. Wearen, the In tho West yesterday. protracted stay Why not begin now and save the dif- Powers has many friends in Casey who insurance man, Stanford, Ky., it is with Messrs. T. H. Hammonds and W. ference 7 will be for him for Congress it matters pleasure that I recommend both the II. Shanks were at Liberty this week. not who comes out against him. We company and Jesse D. Wearen to the Lost, black shepherd dog, four white thought Chester, Va., Mr-- W. A. Noakes. of better of our clever Casey farmers and insuring public. FurtherIs visiting his sister, Mrs. J. II. Wren. feet and fat. Left last day of fair. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. more, last year during the night rider county republican friends. A. R. Matheny, Stanford, Mr. Lynn 1'Yatt, of Lexington, Reward. trouble in our State, the Homo Insurspent several days with McKinney R. F. D. No. 1. To Mammoth Cave. August 23th on ance Co., of New York, was the comfriends. regular train. Last for tho season. pany that stood by the farmers; they The L. A N. will sell round-triMiss Susie Thompson, of Mt. Ver12 Co for n three days' trip. Includes did not stop writing tobacco barns, nor fare to Leba at ono and non, is with her sister, Mrs. L. It. Aug. 14, on account of railroad fare, board at hotel, and the did they cancel any. I was compelled non Hughes several routes through the cave from to change my policy from another comMisses Mary Hircins and Joiophino the Emancipation Celebration. all stations on tho Cincinnati and Knox- pany to the Home in order to get inHavden are with Miss Mary Mcltoberts Lost, in Stanford Sunday, a pocket vilie divisions. Ten days' limit on tick- surance on my tobacco barns, so I fee at bnnvllle. Judge W. L. Dawson is at Crab book containing four 1100 gold certifi- ets. See L. & N. agent. that the farmers should give a company Orchard Springs recuperating from his cates, suveral letters, etc. Very liberof this kind tho preference in placing Eastern trip. Mr. A. Addams, of Lincoln county, their form property. Wilson Alexanal reward. Leave at this office. SupeDisc Mr. Sink Dudderak was hero yes candidate for Prison Commissioner, der, Stanford, Ky. Aug. 5, 1909. 2t. fulMIegetl knight of tcrdav. Ho is n The vnlusbla horso belonging to wus in Louisville yesterday after a trip imDrill the grip now. conKrucger & Miller, the court-housFor Indigestion and nil stomach Mrs. K. T. Pence and handsomo lit- tractors, which was badly hurt by a over the State in the interest of his race. Mr. Addams reports that ho is trouble take Foley's Orlno Laxative, in tle son. Lynn Pence, oru at Crab Or- heavy piece of iron falling on him, had well pleased with his prospects, and as it stimulates tho stomach and liver chard Springs. to be shot. CoMiss Mattie HaysUwsley. of his many friends who remember him as and regulates the bowels and will posilumbus, Ga spent several days with The bright littlo son of Mr. and Mrs. Clerk of the Court of Appeals are in- tively euro habitual constipation. relatives here. all Jesso Carpenter, of Hustonville, died teresting themselves in his race. Mr. Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co MR. M. L. MarcUM, of Stanford, Monday nftcr a lingering Illness. Much Addams says he is in the race to stay, was a pleasant caller at this ollice. You will no in sympathy is extended them by their and ho believes that he is sure to win Somerset Journal. He will attend tho Democratic barbe Mrs. Mary O'Hair will go to Somer- friends here. line. Call on Courier-Journa- l. Farm contain, 130 acre,. Ilrlck home of set next week to visit her daughter, Farm for Sale. -- 115 acre farm on cue. 7 rooms, lirn, crllw and nil outbuilding Mrs. It. Itobinson. and nneprliiK;Hacre, of bottom In ml; 40 Miss Frances Metcalk, of Hoyle, Dix river, four miles North of Stanford The Chautauqua camo to an end acre, upland. Unlance In grn. unci timber. was a passenger on Wednesday's train and near Hubble. Improvements fairly Tuesday night. Senator Regan, the He.illni: rUhln thl, Knll.on Would like to rem be ore Kept. IS. Call en routo to Pinoville. good and splendid new barn. J. F. entertainer for Monday and Tuesday, MitH H W.l.ir .1. I'KNJflNCTOV, Jim Myers and family, of Jelli-e- Rigncy. Stanford. Mr. It. r I. No. 1, Htunfortl, Ky. greatly pleased his hearers. His subTenn., are tho guest of Mrs. Keu-be- n Milton, of Rowland. Mu. G. G. secretary of tho ject, "The Fool Taxpayer," put many FARMS FOR SALE 1 Mrs. Mary Uronauoii relumed to Capital Fair, to be held at Frankfort of our peoplo to thinking nnd many to Orchard yesterday, after spend- four days beginning Aug. 31, has our nsk themselves whero all tho money Crab with toell nrlMitelr nir fnrm of Mncrea County, ing a few days with friends hero. paid out, for taxes goes. Senator Re at Jumbo. Lincoln Hun on It Ky. four miles itood mini McKinney. and Miss Ellen thanks for a "comp" which we hope gan Is not only a good Mrs. I. C. Brown talker but an ex dwelling, good Imrn, cellar, tprliiK home.In high Stlllv OICUIIllli' water, etc Lund yesterday for Seattle to wo will be ablo to use. Murphy left pert cartoonist. The vocal quartette, willon. Alto lmH four other mall ftirms attend tho great exposition. Advocate. utt- for kale. The recent sale of Cumberland which accompanies him, mado splendid factory. All well liiinro'd. Trriui Misses Leonora and Lucille 1. 1. mri'i4r., Lund Co. holdings, mado by Presi music, uev. I.. L. Pickett, who is county, returned with of Marion Htanfont, Ky., It. P. I. No. 3. Miss Stella Ituplcy and arc her guests. dent J. S. Hockcr, yielded a dividend managing theso State-Wid- e Prohibition Mrs. Woodik Jones spent some timo of 21 per cent, which will bo sent out Chautauquas, was on hand Tuesday with her parents in tho West End. Her to the stockholders night and made an interesting and time daughter, Miss Mao Jones, Is with them ly talk. Tht order entered by the county court now. Tim Somerset Journal refers to Auk. v.dLiiiltilng tuenupllcatton for a local option election In Lincoln county, hn, Mr. S. C. Kino, of Ensley, Ala.. Is Gcorjo Qulller Farmer, of Pulaski, as tKvn, Hilde Assassinated. J. A. Engleman, op Hindi) by the court, et Auk. 24,and an order Ice with Crab Orchard friends. Mr. King tho "Cicero of tho Mountains," an aptvlttiiKTuekdiiy, is ono of tho youngest bank cashiers in erator for the Queen & Crescent at the time to bear and uui unou at IUa.m im the aiiDllcn pellation which belongs In fee simple to tlgnaTlinien who muit, Ky., the South. King's Mountain, was shot to death In Hon. to the petition kecurednttho time, Mesdames C. 1. Dorsey. of Louis- Hon. Fontaino Fox Bobbitt, of Crab the depot there about 2 o'clock yester lure, to mime tiie prooi re that pretent U) bull Itobinson, of Nashville, Orchard. utu or no el.ictlon can ville, and T. S. .. day morning, Tho shot was fired thro' are with Judge W. L. Dawson and Mrs. I'hok. J. S. Reitert, tho aged edu the window and the bullet entering the Eads. Elmer Miss Pwline Hockek and Master cator of Rockcastle, was found dead at back of his head, death must have been Jesse Hockcr aro in Lexington attend- his homo near Orlando. It Is believed Instantaneous. His pistol and watch Having tulTered coptldernble nnnoyance and damage from outlaw,, In breaking Vate ing tho fair. Mr. J. S. Hocker accom- by some that ho took his life. Prof. were taken but somo $8 or $10 in the la'jche and tearing down nntt destroying panied them. Reppert taught at Hustonvillo many cash drawer was not molested. Mr. my gate,, on the county road tbat run, through my fur in, I bao concluded to offer , Kev. H. U. Mahony is at Martins- years ago. Engleman was about 25 years old and a reward for Information leading to tbe ville, Ind., for his health and Miss Maconviction of uch per,on or pertoui. I rie Mahony Is running his insurance of will therefore glvo the mm for InforStock of drugs for sale at a great for many years resided at Shelby City. mation leadlug to tbe arrettof conviction and and brother, Mr. Matt En fice in his stead. bargain. One other drug storo in town. His mother of any party or partlen, that bae broken good Mr. J. C. Wells, who has a ba e Population 1,800. Finest climate in gleman, of Mt. Salem, survive. He tbe latcbe, on any of my gate,, or tbat gate. awed down or torn down any of my position with the Cumberland Telephone Must sell at once to take leaves bis wife, to whom he was mar- on me county roaa wnicn run, irom iiiu Knoxvilie, was a passenger on America. Co. at lluttonvllle turnpike to tbe Post In Foreign Land. Address W. A. ried in March last She was Miss Hag- turnpike, through my farmland 1 iugi Wednesday's Southbound train. gard, a daughter of Mr. W. G. Hag- th name amount for Information leading Miss Lizzie Uriuiit, of Stanford, Davis, San Marclal, N. Mex. to tbe arreit and conviction ol any party or gard. . who has been with her brother, John partle, who in the future commit any ot tbe Makovour home as modern for your family as a city Mil. FARMER: ntxive olTente,, past month, returned to Judge R. G. Williams, who Is makBright, for the Coroner George P. Bright went to Wltne,, my band tbl, loth day of Augutt, residence, ami place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations Somerset Times, ing the Kenton district the best com- the scene and summoned a jury to make iww. her home yesterday. l. j. jih.1., nu at auy time. 11ns ran bo accomplished by means ot our teiepuouo service, Mrs. Josie Kaney, of West Arling- monwealth's attorney it ever had, will an investigation. Being unable to get by being which you ami your neighbors can get for a sum that is email compared with ton, Md.. who was badly hurt lirod-hea- d a clue they returned a verdict to tho thrown from her buggy at Mr. C. M. be one of the attractions at the the benefits received. Call or addresn our nearest ollico or writo direct to fair next week. He will speak on effect that Mr. Engleman came to his Jones somo two weeks ago, Is rapidly headquarters', Nashville, Tenn., for iuformatiou regarding our special "FarImproving. "Labor" the second day, Aug. 19. death from a pistol shot wound inflicted mers' Lino" rate. If you aro not at present enjoying telephone scrvico, wo and Julia MissE8 Mattie Tridiile parties. Lair's bloodby unknown cuu immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, miss marie mahony, who is man- hounds were put on tho trail and they Higgins, of Richmond, were hero Wed nesday between trains en route to Crab aging her father's Insuranco office durTenuessce. Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiana and Reasonable Prices. followed it along tho railroad. When Orchard Springs and were guests of ing his absence, knows tho insuranco Illinois. JiAbl If.WXXlWOl liiLi. iV, ll'.U. UU. last heard from tho dogs had reached Mrs. U. u. ferry. (I.NOOUI'OHATKD) business. On Monday aho succeeded in a point just below Waynesburg and Mr. Virqil Kinnaird and sisters. Wo havo for ealo a great many do-old German to tako out a Misses Anglo and Patsye Kinnaird, of getting an steadily. were trailing blrablo larms, located in .Mnnon and FINE FARM IN IARRARD COUNLancaster, were over in tneir auto policy who had turned down both Mr. This is tho second operator who has tiilioiiiinj: counties, lu sizes, tlieeo Wednesday evening. They were guests Mahony and ono of his agents on tho been killed at King's Mountain within farms range from tho very email funu os the Misses Cooper. proposition. TY FOR SALE ! the past two years, tho other being Mr. to tho very largo one. i'mes very Mrs. J. F. Cash returned from EsIt doesn't apeak well for Stanford Haldon VanDeveer, who was shot to reasonable. till Springs Tuesday and has been quite A tine blue gratt farm for Mile tltuated on ill Binco. Rev. J. W. Hagin and fam- that her peoplo patronized so poorly death by Harvo Watts, who, died from lx mile, Dew Wearelu poiltlontodoull kind, of con noutiipUu near lulnt Ieaell and !uu acre,, Thceo laiuld aro adapted to tho culof lJincunter, ily, who have been at the Springs for such s entertainments as tho an overdose of chloral in jail while cretliiK, iucli a, lllock Work, l'uveiiienU well located In fcood containing neighborhood, being tivation of all tho crops ntUed in oth- and. In fact, we can make any thine (rum some 10 days, returned with Mrs. Cash Chautauqua gentlemen gave. Ander- awaiting his purtot tbe John Walker tract, with a trial. pott. We and ure with relatives here. eeii-rooof tho Bluo Gnus region. bou,e down tu a fence guarantee can ,ere re.ldenco llrt-clIt has been only about five years er portionsa fuio hurley tobacco sec- you promptly and Uall ami get our price, tl reou, with all iivce.uiry out building, and Mrs. Eliza A. Blain chaperoned tho son's Comedians, tho worst lot of work and material. Wo havo gVKxl, new bum iUido, Well watered, ilx leaat, following young people to the Lexing-- L "barnstormers" that ever camo here, since Agent Rucker was assassinated tion. neter falling aurlug, and creek ruoutug If you aro interested, write or before ) ou bu)our material at through. ton fair yesterday: Miss Annie Louis and had packed houses as compared with in the depot an Danville, making three call on us. Tkumm. $4 catb in baud, balance one and Catherlno Gentry, Lyles Cooper, Mary thoso tho Chautauqua peoplo had. Is operators killed within a distance of 25 tw o year, from day of ,ale, bvarlug ,lx per McKinney, Annie D. McRob- . Elirabnth cent Interett until paid. Central Ky. Real Estate Co. Tenon, loQilnp fur lucb place pl a.e write .erts, Lucy Lee Walton and Master it possible that our people care nothing miles of each other In the very brief Stanford, Ky. Lebanon. Ky. or tee W. U. Walkkk, HUuford. period of five years or less. for the literary and elevating? Huston Gentry. m Pure J. II. Bnughman Shu-gar- Two rooms for rent In tho cottage of Mrs. M, J. Withers on Logan Ave. & neckwear. Cummins Wcaren. 9 m -- m 25 Per cent. on. p m Ox-fyrd- a. m m p HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, p one-thir- Oliver Plows, o ... Farm for Rentforl910. Harrows and the are three rior Grain portant articles necessary raising your wheat crop. We ready for you. have them mistake make buying this us when we can serve you. W, H. HIGGINS, 1 Stanford, Kentucky. in Hou-rioa- 1 NOTICEI H. B. NORTHCOTT, !! Poultry, Eggs, Produce, and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Thurman Tudor, Mgr. REWARD. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. RURAL TELEPHONES. Fine Blue Grass Farms CONCRETING u high-clas- twu-'tor- y PHILLIPS BROS.. v The Interior Journal. motrtdinlh Pott-Of- c clan mutter, at Stanford M FARMER'S DKPARTMIWT. bM several Koed brood asufswywF Cured Hay l Fersr aad Summer J. M. Pettui mares for sale. L. N. No. SI, HOUttl, UlMP.K, TI7E THBLE A No.tf, 10:47 a.m. No.n.JMDP. M. No. ?4, North, 4:n A. M. No. , North, R:J7 r. . No.ffl.Houth.llrtt) m. JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. three months with a summer cold so distressing that it Interfered with my business. I had many of the symp toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre scription did not reach my case, and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate It. Fortunately I Insisted upon having Foley's Honoy 2. me. My and J. S. Murphy, the McKlnney miller, wife Tar. It quickly cured Honey anJ has since used Foloy's has just received a fresh car load of Tar with the same success." Sold by salt, For Salb. 150 barrels of old corn. Now Stanford Drug Co. George 0. Spoonamore, Preachcrsvllle, Gov. Comer, of Alabama, signed the Ky. Carmlchael prohibition bill, which im mediately became the law. Under tho new act no boverage containing more f of 1 per cent, alchohol than can Do sola legally in mo state. one-hal- For Sale. Sow and six pigs. Mrs L. H. Stone, Stanford. For Sale. 200 good stock ewes, W. Carpenter, Horeland. Let J. S. Murphy, tho McKlnney miller, do your custom jrrindirifr. Choice Shropshire ram lambs for sale. E. G. Bickley, Stanford, R. F. D. No. Cold. A.9: Nusbaum, Batesvllle, Indiana, writes: "Last year I suffered for i Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens I si Take your wheat and corn to' J. S. McKlnney miller. Highin Murphy, the Office over McRoberts Drug Store est market prices. the Owsley Building. For Sale. 10O stock ewes, 2 to 4 years old. Sell cheap if taken at once. FARM Jas. McKechnle, Hubble, Ky. LanThe farm of 140 acres, of good lilue grass caster phone 3S4. land, lylnjr one mile North of McKlnney .on Red mulcy heifer came to mv place the Htnnford pike. Improvements and fencing good; plenty of water and fruit. about 10 days ago. Owner can get her Alto 12.1 acres of timbered land one mile Kast of McKlnney; hnlf under fence; plenty by paying for this notice and her keep. of wntcr and good tobacco land, nee grow Mrs. John P. Gooch. J.A.OIVKNH.Agent. ngcrop.S McKlnney, Kjr. An aged yellow Jersey cow, free milker but with one blind teat, left my Clothes place Tuesday. Please notify N. W. When National Insurance Company F9RSALEI treasurer. Last Notice. Five ner cent, will be added to your graded school taxes if not paid by Aug. a?. L.. K. nugnes, life 'W NOTICE! 31 f Ordering propny proven Those, liaxlng claims against the estate of rs, Minerva 1'odh 111 please present mom 10 me Dy ,ug. so, ivv. Kltll AKti Con ii, Kx'or., Danville, Ky. Have your measure tnken by a tailor of experience. Then your clothes, nether a low price business ault or the finest evening clothe,, will hate thnt Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will alio take jour measure for extra trousers, fancy tests, top coats nnd overcouts. Hnrlng and Hummer samples on band ready for your Inspection. II. O. KUl'LEY. The Tailor. Stanford, Ky. Fowle, Rowland, Ky. Harris & Woods have their string of mules at the Harrodsburg fair. J. H. Baughman took his string to the Blue B. D. CARTER, New Liverv. I can furnish the public with the best, as well ns the freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also pinke n specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with thenboTe, I havo all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices. , Cormack, Middleburg, Ky. W. E. D. Stokes refused $75,000 for Peter the Great, 2:071. This great horse won the premium at the Lexington fair offered for the finest trotting stallion in Kentucky. CHIIIHTMAN (IKKKN 1IOUHKH. For Sale. 125 stock ewes; good Ki llUIUIAKn, l'BOll. Htauford, Ky. ones. Just a little extra good, uau at my place and see them or write or telelnturtsTobaoco and Tobacco phone me at Yosemite, Ky. They are 1 to 5 years old. Lincoln Wells. An indicated winter wheat total yield Nothing But of 432,920,000 bushels, compared with 437,908,000 bushels, finally estimated last year; an average condition of winThe Insurance Man. ter wheat 90.3 against 90.1 a year ago, STANFORD, KY. corn 84.4 against 82.5, spring wheat 86; Office, M. Ilesldence Phone 91.6 against 80.7. and oats 85.5 against Insure with mo and bo fully 76 8. protected. and unreasonab'e Extortionate switching charges are alleged in a com . iWL . plaint filed at Washington by the State BUY "r.Y your Board of Agriculture, Forestry and Imi? migration of Kentucky and the KenCUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! Grass fair, Lexington. Ewes for sale. 600 ewes bought in Wayne and Russell counties. No Wes tern ewes in the lot. Coulter & Mc- - Phone 96f STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENCI-NEEHIN- G. Depot Streets Believing that they WANT such a company; believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26 ; and below are the amounts of subscriptions for each week; and cl II engineering promptly. My work n in iv Kusrniuem mm mv prices mi Write me at McKlnney or call over the telephone through tho ilustonvllle Kxchnnge. WAl.rKIt McKINNKY. 111 1 Hill jriiiivi U II IF III, HIIIUBUI PUI.l-JIII-I vSecond Week, August 9, $200,240. MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. ft) K. A A. M. will meet In staled communication on each first mid third Monday nights of each month, at o'clock In their hall on main stn eet, Htauford, Ky. Members of sister lodges are fraternally InMted to le present. T. W. Hec. Tht McKlnmy Woolm Mills, McKlnnty, Ky. , Is now In operation niul Is ready to sero the tiuhllc In making Jeans, I.lnseys, lilankets. Flannels, Yarns, Kir. Will either work wool or exchange goods for It. High est market price for wool. ('. H.WIUOHT, l'ror. Jesse larns. Insurance. D. Wearen, :) CUT PRICES: Wc nre overcrowded and must All Summer gootli muiit lie mid nt make room for our Full stock of new, frwh j:omU. Note tho iricei:JJ53 Men' Suita Men' Suit Men's SuiU Men' Suit Men's Suits Men' Suiti Men' Men's Men's Men's were Selling nt u-tSelling nt ttere Selling nt were Selling ut were Selling nt were Selling nt $'-!!! (t. Commissioner's Sale I Commissioner's Salel Lincoln I'lrcult Court. Lincoln Circuit Court. Maggie II. Wheat rifT.,M II. llur-geetc.. Defendants. Notice of sale. As directed try a Judgment of the Lincoln In olxiilence to n Judgment rendered In February rendered the iitKntj styled action at the May term. Clrotilt Courtthe action ofnt the MctlutTey W, M. term, l.'u. Its, the undersigned Commissioner will on and others In against J. A. Duimway and othMONHAY.HKIT. ITT1I, 1KO, ers, the undersigned Commissioner will at county court day, lietween the hours of land about 1 V. m.iiii i". M., In front of the court house door In MO.VAY, HKIT. WTII. ll". Htnnford. Ky.,otier for sale at pulillc outcry to the highest and best bidder, on n county court day In front of the court house credit of sU mouth, the tract of land In door In Htauford. Ky., olTer for sale ill pubLincoln county, Ky., owned by llrjant lic outcry to the highest nnd test bidder, on llolibs nt the tlinno! his death, iKiunded oil n credit of six mid It nioiiths.the tract of the North by the lands of W. 1. (Irlnies; on land, near Highland, In Lincoln county, IIim Mnnt h lii tht, Mtiitifitril Mini lft.npliir- - Ky., owned by Jesse McIulfey at the time vlllo turiiplte:in the Wet by the lauds of of his death and thus deserlUtl: Mrs. Mary 1.. wiirren, coniitimni; m;4nore lleglnnlug at a dogwood II links N M V The oblectof the sale Is for reliiestment from a spring. Win. Hutchison's corner; Tkicmh. llond with approved security, llielue N J7' j U 51 Kiles to a store. ItoWrt paynhlu to the t'ommlsifoner, wilt be Hutchison's corner In Wm. Hutchison's the purchaser, bearing 9 per cent. line; thence N It, W IS poles to u store Interest from date of sale until paid, limine Kobert Hutchison", corner; thence N!7SW me lorre ana eneri 01 n juugment, ami IV poles to a store In Hlmn Martin', line; secumt by lien on the land. thence with siime H i.J4 W IS poles to a hi-laMartin's corner: thence H iv4 K 111 J. II. I'AXTON. Master ComT. Mde to it white oak. Hughes and Joe Has-tir. M. McKOHKllT.x. Att'y for PUT. comer; thence llastln's line, H KVt K l1 Mies to a stake on the side of n hill w here it ioiplarand two chestnuts were railed for, V'.T. Fox cornet; thenre N 5 WT poles to two Imckeyes and white walnut, near a We. whose names appear below, strictly branch; thence h 71 W 2t pole to n sugar forbid hunting, Killing or any kind of tres- tree In a drain, Wm. Hutchison's corner, w ill prosecute vi passing on our places and thence with Ills line N7S' W iA oles to it olators to the full extent of the law, dead, white oak, with nsh, hickory and Miss Mattle Hewes, ItelchenUich Ilros. sugn' tree imlnters. Ills corner; thence his A. T. Tra lor, line "' loles. 11 links to a hickory, Kred liaumann. poles his corner: thence his line H MS W X. II. I'luinmer, i.iinurn uoocu. to a white oak, his corner; thence his line Will Hester, It. ('. Nuunelley. nt S I1, Win oles,7 links to a cherry tree, W. J, K. llaughman J. W. IVck. his corner; thence his line N t' W "" poles DmldHtevens, J. llruce; to the N'glnnliig containing 1.1 acres, t roo.1 Wm.Uordler. JohnUameiilsch. M. I). Klmore. and poles of land. DanTravlor, lloiiits with gool security for the purchase (lotllliOlli'k. Kred Hamlorf, price will ltreiiulredofthepuri'haer, InurM. J, J. Thompson Mr. 1).Mrs. Anderson, Jus. II. Kmls ing 4 tier cent. Interest from date of sale unnnd J. K. Mowr, til paid, pu able to the Commissioner, hat. Mrs. N.J. Morton A. Kllmsit lug the force mid effect of it Judgment mid Mrs. (leo. Logan. J.J.KIUott. secured by Men on the land. W. It. taught rty, Frnnk Cordler, Itev. Father Ieo, Dr.ti.n. Terry, J II. I'AXTON, M.". I..C ,C, 11. W. dallies. H. It. llaugliiiinn, - I'. M. Mcttoberts, Atly. for I'llls. Uriah Albright. A. I'. JlOOl Mrs. Margaret lioocli, Jncnli (lander W. H.Traylor (eo.C. (livens, jnnn jurer. Ham KoliertS. Amend Hchuefor, M.J. Ilolinnnn, A. It. Matheny K.T. lleaxley L. H.Unrner, Mrs.J.II.Onsley, II. L. Kagiiley, M.J. Morgan, Having sold my farm, I will sell to It.O. Watklns, H.T. Harris, and best bidder at my farm, one It. H.Orow. O. Hundley. J. mile. Month of I!rjnntsllte, Ky.,on t K. McOlure, Mrs. Nannie II. flood Anton Itonecker. Anderson Ourr, W. M. Dlshon, Frd VonMruenlgan Mrs. Kate Ador T. I,. llaughman. Mrs. Kuhecca It. Canwiiter W. Kotmti. J. r. Moer, II. Hevlers, John H. Lee, Christian Jacob, I'romptly at 10 a.m., the follow lug personal property: ts r, n V 50 now 81N 00 now fcl'-'L-i- PAM HIDESFURS fVthTr Tallnuf Rdmuiv HI sir.. Golden Stal, (Yellow Root), etc We are ueaiers, and can 00 Dttlcr (or you inan ariniri rr rrtrnmimnn wn re r Mcierence, any Uink in Louuville. Write for weekly price lut and ship, ping tags. We furnish wool bags fret. M. SABEL fc SONS, CBTABLIflMBTB III - wnnn "j 81.r 00 now 811! T0 now 811 13 12 OH 10 OS S 08 1 tucky State Fair against the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge and Railroad Co. and others. Names. O maidens, when you choose Mark wViere he writes a name, 810 00 now 8 7 50 now 81 8!1 8!1 81! 7 1 18 8-- 'i Ixiw Show were Selling Iitiiv Shoos were Selling Ijow Shoes wereSelliug Ia)v Shoei were Selling nt nt nt nt 00 50 00 50 now now now now 20 2 08 2 38 1 08 I BSB 1.229 E. Martet St. LOUISVILLE. KY. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY and Accident, "given to losses which Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention are paid without dis-cou- nt. Life, Live Stock, Health Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, For if he carves it deep Upon the scroll of fame 'Tis only of himself And has a selfish aim. But if he traces yours Upon the shifting sand, Or cuts it on the bark Of woodland monarchs grand, Though thrilling, it may not Grim poverty withstand. And therefore to be safe And never meet with wreck, To know both fame and love, With neither flaw nor fleck, 'Tis well to choose a chap Who writes names on a check. McLandburg Wilson. Indies' Iw Slioes 8!1 00 now 82 50 now Lndie'Iiw Shoe-- were Selling nt iji 00 now Lndicn' Iow Shoes were Selling nt 81 50 now weio Selling nt Liidies' Low Shoes were Selling nt 8t 50 ntr 82 .'IS 2 10 1 IiiidiM'IiwShoc weroSelliugiit " 08 .13 1 1 10 POSTED. Straw Hnt, 81 50 Straw lints, 82 00 Straw lint, 8.'1 00 lints, 8!1 50 Vnlue now Vnluo now Vnliiu Value now now-Stra- 8.03 38 2 21 2 03 1 I HS SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. . HUBBLE. Elder D. M. Walker is preaching some excellent sermons at the Christian 1 CDe Lincoln Capital, Surplus, Resources, county national Bank $5O,O0O.00 J,L,Beazley&Co., PHBHaHHHjBHWaWJBVjifll. UUkI church. Elder A. R. Moore, of Birmingham, visited friends here this week. Miss Alice Rankin, of Stanford, was tho guest of Miss Mary Rankin. Prof, and Mrs. J. C. Lipscomb, of Columbia, Mo., are expected Boon for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Robinson. R. L. McKechnle, of Tampa, Fla., has joined his wife for a visit to relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spoonamore and daughter, Fannie, of Liberty, Kansas, are with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Farris Fitzpatrick havo re turned homo after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Rankin. It is the weak nerves that aro cry-ln- y out for help. Then holp them, don't drug the stomach or stimulate, the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalise these weatt insldo nerves with Dr. Shoop's Rtstorallvo unil sco how fast good health will coroo to you again. Test It and seo Sold by Penny's Drug Storo In the arrest of Postmaster Phillip C. Smith, of Chicago, Marion county, Government officers believo they have solved the mystery of missing register ed mail that has recently failed to reach Chicago, the Illinois metropolis. Merchants of Chicago, III., have been by cus missing letters registered tomers, 1'ulns of women, bead or uny pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo full formula on 25o box. Sold by Penny' Drug Store. PUBLIC SALE! Thursday Of Stanford, Kentucky. jupo), 40,000.00 340,000.00 Undeitmera and Embalm, era. Abo Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Ruge. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. i$1.5o I CINCINNATI M AND RETURN VIA Sixty Horses. Mules and Shetland Ponies; 30 Jersey Cows and Calves. 72 Southdown Sheep. stallion by Oratorio, dam One Hallie Clinker isU1,; one yearling stallion by Henrchllght. dam by Ashland Wilkes: nine brood mares with colta;ohoextnti;ood colts by Jim Ulark; saddle mare.d-- j ear-ol- d d d W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, S.H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT J. B. PAXTON, J. W. ROCHESTER, AS3T. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. J. 1). one yearling race colt; two yearling colls mare by Jim Clark ; one pair horse mule, mules; one DIREOTORSi Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shnuks, Stanford; Geo. Y. Carter, Stanford John 11. Foster, Stanford; W II. Sliauks, Stanford; T. 0. Han- kin, Laucaatcr; J. II. Faxtou, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, Gilherts Creek; K. L. Ilublilo, Lancaster; W. II. Cuiuiiiius, Prcachcrsville; Lillnirn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. SHETLAND PONIES. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, S I I brood mures, stallion; which ure uiitlte ponies, U Imported mines, registered; in ) curling colts; 6 suckling colts. One N One registered Jersey hull. years old: lu Klcrsey rows Willi cmves; z penning Jersey COWS AND CALVES. SHEEP. Hellers, o cnriiux uteers. Ail pure-lin- d 1 9 Houthdowu ewes, most of sireu or it imus tuns iouk me premium ut the liexlugtoii fair: It Houthdowu 16 shouts. bucks, curlings IXieiu JACKS AND JENNETS. Undertaker. Kmbalmer ard Dealer in. Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, MBm KY- - Boot, 1ST. Horn fbors (. Rectifiers are prohibited from making wine mash and using it for the production of compound liquors, in an order issued by the acting Commissioner of Internal Revenue, The order becomes effective Sept. 1, I SUNDAY I I AUG. 15. I I I SPECIAL TRAIN Leaviif Jwh'jwi CKy colts by side. One Jack mid two Jennets with 6:60 A.M.I AIK TICKET ACtNT TOI rAITIEUUIt I wagon, cutting liitrrow. lice I'alace. with 1U swsrms of bees, lurd furnace, ii gallon ca pacity anu oilier inmgs too numerous to mention. Household and kitchen furniture. Including a Hue lladlunt Home Heater, refrigerator, solid oak olllce desk, 1 solid oak I have just received u cur of OLD HICKORY WAGONS, tho beat look cast, 1 rosewood book case, lot of old fashioned furniture and numerous other wagon on t,lie market for tho money. Seo them before buying, as there has thing! that you will want. 1'edlgree will be furnished of the pedigreed been n great improvement in their construction. took. TKItJiH. made known on day of sale, One Kaufman runabout, I buggy, 1 buggy pole, 1 double set of harness, bridles and addles, lot of hay, I tobacco setter, iiMr been Used, 1 Mosler safe, comhlnutlou lock, In perfect order i funning Implements con-slsllof wheat drill, com planter, mower, roller, hinder, plows, culthnlor, hay rake, j a i iui.ii svuuui vuvtiuuvvr jcrr T.DUNN. E. T. rENCE, STANFORD, KY.