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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): August 17, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909081701_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 17, 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. " vryitvw VOL. XXXVII. HIGHLAND. The Interior Journal. STAMFORD, Vt KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST 17. 1909. HUSTONVILLE. HO. 49, IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. NEWS NOTES. , f j f ' rv A 1 -- l Heavy rains In tho Perryvllle section J. of Boyle county did considerable dam co barn. Horn, to the wlfo of Hen Uaugh, a age. George T, Harris was drowned near boy. L. S. Warfleld told to C. M. Young Degarris Mill while swimming across Elkhorn creek, In Scott county. a cow and calf for MO. Harry S. Cannon, of Nicholasvllle, Farmer arc about through with their corn and hay, but are busy with their has been appointed to the Latin chair In the HUh School at Hereford, Tex. tobacco. Prof. M. H. Judd, of Howling Gren, A thresher from Ottenhelm Ii In the vicinity threshing wheat and oats and has accepted the principalshlp of the Uarbourvllle High School. He will take tho farmers report a very light yield. Tho ladies of tho Methodist church charge at the opening in September. A gave a box and ico cream supper for faculty of alx has been employed for tho benefit of the church at tho srhool the ensuing year. A few days ago Col. J. P. Chinn rehouse and realized about It. is ceived a check for $10,000 Insuranco on Cyrus Johnson, of Waynesburg, teaching our school, Miss Singleton the his horse, A. J. Small, which fell and Mt. Moriah school and Miss 'or a Uaugh broke his leg ! n race at San Francisthe Greasy Hidgo school. Miss Fannie co, and had to be killed some months Young Is teaching the Icust Grove ago. The insurance was taken out the day before tho race and cost $300, school near Duncan. Kcv. Elbert E. Young, of this place, Harrodaburg Herald. Laura Dudley, colored, wife of Geo. was married on July 21 to Miss Rebecca J. Mainous at her home near Vin- Dudley, shot by her husband In a triple y tragedy enacted near Avon, Fayette cent, Owsley county, Kev. S. K. performing tho ceremony. Rev. county, died. Ellen Hall, tho other Young and wlfo aro expected homo woman shot by Dudley, and Dudley, who tried to kill himself after the about Sept. 1. Since our last report the following shooting, are both In a critical conreal estate deals have been mado: John dition, and not expected to survive, Hughes & Swincuroad report that liright, of Stanford, bought Thomas D. Williams' farm and has moved to it. they havo juat sold for Mrs. lltddic Williams bought Hurton Spires' farm Robinson her property on Richmond nnd Spires bought Mrs. Mattio James' street, to Mrs. Alice Walker for $1,000. farm. The latter will movo to Louis- A big land trade was made between W. S. Henslcy and W. V. King, when they ville. Mart and Everett Horton and their "swapped" farms. Mr. Henaley gave wives, of New Albany, have been vis- Mr. King $ 10 per acre for his farm of iting tho families of II. F. Horton and 340 acres, near Uuena Vista, at the 121 his J. W. Cook. Will Walls and family, same time selling acre. farm ofLdna Mrs. of Lebanon Junction, aro visiting W. acres nt $120 per O. Young and family. Mrs. Allle Ste- Francis sold her farm of 100 acres on vens and daughter, of New Albany, Buckeye pike, to Mr. T. L. Yantis, at Ind., aro with her parents, Mr. and $70 per acre. -- Lancaster Record. Mrs. J. M. Cook. C. M. Young, wife Twas A Glorious Victory. and children havo returned from a visit at Hcthel Ilidgc. Miss There'll rejoicing In Fedora, Tenn to relatives A man's llfo has been saved, and now Grace Young is visiting at Somerset. Dr. Klng' Now I)Ieuery In tho talk of tho town for curing C. V Pepper iif CHURCH MATTERS. dondly lung hemorrhage. "I could Tho protracted meeting will begin nt not work nor get about," ho writes, Turneniville tho tth Sunday. "ntid the doctors did me nogood, but, The meeting thnt was conducted by uslnif Dr Klnc'n New Discovery Louisville, at afir Rev. M. 0. Kurfees, of thrte weeks, 1 feel liken new man, nnd LancmW-tho Church of Christ nn can do good work agnln." For weak, street closed Sundav night with three sore or diseased lungs, Coughs and church. The services uniting with tho Colds. Hemorrhages, Hay Fever, wero all well attended and much interAsthma or any Bronchial af est was manifested in them. It stands unrivaled Price .10c. llcthnny Chris- fection Tho meeting at the and 91. Trial bottle free. Sold and tian church In Jessamine county closed guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. with 70 additions, Ki by confession and Sunday morn14 from other churches. The Tightwad. ing there wero 145 in tho Sunday school I am close, some people say; A class of 25 young men was organized, That Hut they aro wrong. with John Johnson president nnd Frank My instincts to give coin away Halfhill as secretary and treasurer. Are very strong. Theodore Harris, which Tho will of provided was probated In In kindliness excelled by none, bequests to the Haptist Church I simply pant institutions To gn and lavish wealth upon and Haptist educational and an incojne to his five children of The mendicant. SIM a month 'each. To every orphan my entire biz, asylum in IouIsvillo ho bequeathed JM. I'd giveaway Deplete my roll. The vnluu of the estato is estimated at The only thing that naves mo is $:oo,ooo. My The devil was making up the forms. Soared With A Hot Iron, The paper was late and the boy got the galleys mixed. Tho first part of the or scalded r overturned kettle cut obituary notice of a pecunlous citizen with a knlfo bruUed by slammed door Injured !v irun or inany other way had been dumped in tho form and tho next handful of typo came oir tho gal- the thing needed at onco lit llucklen's ley describing n recent flro. It read Arnica Salvo to subduo Inllaminatlon lowered and kill tho pain. It'earth.s supremo like this: "Tho tho body Into tho grave and It was con- healer, Infallible for Doll, Fleers, signed to tho flames. There wero few, Pover Sores, hcveinn and Plies, -- oout if any regrets, for tho old wreck has Penny's . Drug Store p been an eyesore to tho town for years. Congress has at length rovised the Of course there was individual loss, but taritL Tho people will revlso Congress that was fully covered by Insurance" next year. Lexington Leader RepubliTho widow thinks tho editor wrote the can. And vet tho Leader will say next obituary that way because tho lament- year that prosperity is running rampant ed partner of her joys owed him five over the country since the tnrilT was years' subscription."-Exchan- ge revised (upward,) S. Young ii building a largo tobacKa-mer o, lib-crl. s Milton C. Smith, aged 78, for years a Paul Willis leftTaTT Thursday for a prominent business man of Nicholasvisit to friends in Shelbyville. vllle, Is dead. Miss Katlo Warriner, of Liberty, is A lone man secured $2,500 In curren- visiting her aunt, Mrs. Win, Myers. cy from the cashier of the Farmers Misses Mary Stagg and CorinneLipps and Merchants Rank at Jacksonville, are guests of Miss Allle Nave at HarIII. rodaburg. Three survivors of the Mexican War J. W. Allen and son, Carroll, and live In Warren county. They are: Hon. Reid Conway left Sunday for the Co William (Fish) Cook, Judge John A. lumbla fair. Kemp and Rev. Lon Arnold. Dink Jarman had five large and two Southern railway train, westbound small pigs and a good calf killed In his vestibule No. 41, was derailed near barn lot by lightning Thursday after Bull's Gap, between Knoxvillo and noon. Bristol, and seven wero injured. Miss Annie North has returned from Mrs. May Spindle, wife of T. W. Lebanon, where sho visited friends. Spindle, a Louisville attorney, shot and Mrs. J. F. Jcffers has returned from a killed herself at her home there in a delightful trip in the East, including moment of temporary mental aberra- Niagara Falls. tion. The two adult Bible Classes of tho--i Cnina notified the American legation Christian church will meet at 5 r. M., at Pekin of the appointment of Chang- - Tuesday with Mrs. Sandy Carpenter at g to succeed Wu Ting-Fanas the college building. Every member is Minister at Washington. This appoint urged to be present. ment has been pending since the fall of The congregation at the Christian Yuan Shai Kai. Sunday morning was highly pleased by For the first time since the beginning tho beautifully rendered solo, "No of the general atriko at Stockholm, the Night There." by Mrs. R. J. Lyles, of strikers aro attempting to damago Nashville. Her voice is rich and sweet property. A stick of dynamite was and attracts where ever heard. placed on the track of one of the street C. C. Carpenter and. Jerry Briscoe railways, but it was discovered before were among those "touched" by pickit exploded. pockets in the crowd at Lexington. L. The mob spirit among the striking W. McWhorter has resigned as superdock laborers, which resulted in a pitch- visor of lower end of green river road. ed battle with the police was effectual His good jungment in road work was ly broken by the presence on the streets not exceeded by any in the county and of Fort William, Ont., of an armed his retiring will be quite a loss to the force. All tho rigors of martial law county. aro being observed. Taking advantage of a heavy fog Here and There. which enshrouded the Ohio River, the The Frankfort City Council is consid Pressed Steel Car Company landed aboat 400 new men at McKees Rocks, ering the proposition of abolishing the ( Pa., whom they succeeded in getting ollicc of City Marshal. Warnings have been placed on the Into the plant before the strikers' pickfish docks on Reelfoot Lake, stating ets were aware of the move. fish must be bought there. All the vessels of the Spanish navy that no more Tho four protecting Powers of Crete have received orders to concentrate nt Melill.i, where a Spanish force of some have presented a joint note to the 3;,000, under Gen. Merina, is threat- Turkish Government, giving assurances ened by a strong gathering of Moors, that her interests will be guarded. Gen. Cosi, Mexican Minister of War, who resent Spain's punitive expedition for tho murder by the Moors of eight denies that there is any danger of a revolution in the northern States of Spanish laborers. Yin-Tang FRIGES GUT ON- - todies' Oxfords, REGARDLESS OP In Order to Reduce the Miles Anglca, lineman for the East Tennessee Telephone Company, came in contact with a live wire while de scending a telephone polo at Franklin and fell to the sidewalk, a distance of about 25 feet. His right leg was brr-ke- n by the fall, while his neck anil baeii wero burned by the wire. He is not expected to recover. The old Courthouse at Washington, Mason county, was struck by lightning and completely destroyed by fire. The building was one of the county's oldest landmarks, having been built in 1791 by Louis Craig, a pioneer Baptist preacher. It was built of limestone, and was the scene of many a historic occasion in the early days of Kentucky. Kentucky's new $2,000,000 Capitol at Frankfort is nbout ready for the State officers, and In fact fome of them have ulready moved in. The Capitol has been four years in building, and wo are assured that "it is a credit to tho Corr- mon wealth." It in fair to assumofrom this that tho work has been honestly performed, and that there is to bo no atterclap of great revelations, such as appeared in Harrisburg to shame the State of Pennsylvania. By actual bank count at tho vaults of the Farmers' National Rank at Pitts bjrg, it was found that Peter Leibauch, an aged German hetmit, who was ar rested for his queer actions, had hoard nd in his shanty homo in small chango $13,108, not including 5G bags of un counted coins or bank deposits in eight North Side saving institutions. It is thought that before the search is ended Leibauch's fortuno will total over $50,- OH). that country. Stock. i Dr. Sarali Hackett Stevenson, the celebrated clubwoman and settlement worker, died at St. Elizabeth's Hospi- tal, Chicago, after a three years' illness. The Chinese Government in a formal communication to Japan has agreed to negotiate at Mukden the various points in tho Antung-Mukde- n railroad contro- versy not already settled. An explosion of benzine on the Rus sian submarine Drogbn resulted in the death of one laborer and tho injury cf 13 others. Joseph Meads, of Baltimore, Md., the engineer in charge, was slightly injured. Intimation that a severe shortage in freight cars may be expected within a few weeks, If the present reductions in car surpluses continue, is voiced in tho statement of tho American Cummins & Wearen, FAIR, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Kentucky Fair Dates. ' ' 171 days. Richmond, Aug. 18- -3 days. l'erry ville, Aug. 18- -3 days. llurbourville, Aug. 18- -3 days. Hrodhead, Aug. 18- -3 days. Shelbyville, Aug. 21- -5 days. Elizabethtown, Aug. 24- -3 days. Springfield, Aug, 2T4 days. London, Aug. 25 I days. Somerset, Aug. 314 days. Frankfort, Aug. 31- -4 days. Nicholasvllle, Aug. 31- -4 days. davs. Ilardstnwn. Sent. Fair, Middlesboro, Sept. 1 1 days. days. Paris, Sept. Montlccllo, Sept. 7- -4 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept Lawrenccburg, Aug. Is tho clot crest Imitation of real collco over vet made Dr. Shoop created It from puro parch ed grains, mult, nuts, etc. Flue In flavor Is mado In just ono minute. No 20 or 30 minutes ted ions bolting. Samplo freo. Penuy's Drug Store. The longest pfpo In the world is that which extends from tho Oklahoma oil wells to New York harbor. At tho present time tho oil field of Oklahoma Is tho most nctlve in the United States It is not likely that the lino will bo put t) Immediate uso for conveying oil over the whole distanco. Tho completion of Tho Northwestern Miller, tho ac the system is regarded rather as a pro' knowledged authority on wheat, esti- vision for emergency, and to meet the mates tho wheat yield of Minnesota future conditions, when the Pennsylva and the two Dakotas nt 25,000,000 ma and West Virginia fields shall havo bushels. Tho wheat will bring $300, been depleted. "Health ColU-o- " 14 000,000 at present prices, $165,000,000 Tri-Staf- o 74 No matter how long you havo suf-f- o red, Foloy's Kldnoy Remedy will help you. Mrs. S, L. Ilowen, of Wayne, W. Va., writes: I was a suf- . ferer from kldnoy disease, so that at times I could not get out of bod, and when I did I could not.atand straight. 1 took Foloy's Kidney Remedy. One dollar bottlo and part of the seebnd cured me entirely." It will euro you, Sold by New Stanford'Drug Co. All persons aro recommended to tako Foley's Kidney Remedy for backache, rheumatism and Kidney und bludder trouble. It will quickly cor rect urlnurj Irregularities, which, If neglected, may develop Into a bonou Drug Store Illness. It will restore health and With her daughter, Eva. four years strength. Sold by New Stanford Drug nl,l in her arms. Mrs. Esther Schwer- - Co. . m mer jumped from tho window of her apartment in new xorK ami now wero A motion to quash the Indictments Instantly killed. Mrs. Schwermer was against Gov. Haskell and five other by a small fire on tho Oklahomans, charged with conspiracy third Moor of the building. to defraud In the Muskogee tawn lot A tickling ordry cough can bequlck-l- y cases, will bo tiled in the United States loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough district court at Muskogee. The mo Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, tion will be based on alleged improper nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by conduct of the government's attorneys and mentors of the grand jury. Penny's Drug Store. Tho little Candy Cold Curo Tablets called Pruventlcs, will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo. Sold by Penny's Try tliemt 43-2.panic-stricke- n more than lost year's yield. Railway Association. Mrs. Victoria L'zzlo Moore, wife of A. L. Moore, was shot and killed near Pleasant Hill church, in Muhlenberg county. A warrant has been issued for her husband, who' is suspected of the murder, but he cannot be found. Eight persons were killed and 50 were injured when two fast passenger trains on the Denvec and Rio Grande railroad collided head-onear Colorado Springs. An oversight of the engineer of one of the trains was responsible for the accident. An explosion of dynamite, mado in nn attemot, it is believed, to destroy the construction work for the Cincinnati Southern railroad's new bridge in tho west end of Cincinnati, did much damage to buildings and caused great excitement In tho vicinity. The third day'H sessions of the con' vention of tho Army of the Philippines at Pittsburg were marked by tho speech delivered by Maj. Gen. Fred' crick D. Grant, who said that ho be lieved that airships will bo tho deciding factor in future warfare There is one saloon In Tennessee now rebeing operated without apparent vioprohibition lation of the Stato-wid- o law. It is tho famous Conger saloon in tho Cumberland mountains, near and is tho only spot in tho law does not State where the four-mil- e apply. W. R. Hamilton, superintendLeague, has just ent of the mado a thorough investigation of the saloon and its environments and will begin a campaign at once to oust it. The property on which the saloon Is situat-r- d is owned by Col. A. M. Shook, and Thero uro plenty cheaper buggies but tliero nro'Juouo better. Huggy was leased for grazing purposes only. work, 810; phuetoiii, 812; surreys, 811 uml up, uccoid- rmiutiug, He is said to have authorized ejectment Huggy to tho size. Per set, bugjjy et eel tires, host quality, utj,83.'r0. ing proceedings. in .'JO ounce rubber" 1 88. lluggiea iclined tops in leather ami relintxl ior 827.Itubber tires, The Windsor Trnst Co., New York. at 810. Hugg'es announced that Sterling Birmingham, I tho best ou tho market ami tho lowest prices, Goodyear ami Kclloy, at 814. head of the loan department, had been Best Goodrich at 810". We solicit your trade. discharged because he accepted a commission ox $250 In connection with' the loan made on F. Auguitus Heinze's copper stocks. BR0DHEAD Aug. 18, 19 and 20. n Reduced Rates from 17th to 21st, Inclusive. gret it. 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 Anti-saloo- n Use Arnold's Hand - Made Baggies. ifr lirst-clii- IT. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY, ' "lly4- , M i The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. Kor Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY nf Lincoln. Thaw loses oat ft!n. The judge do that he It really insane and must be treated in the asylum to which ho returns as a lunatic, not as a crimtnal. This moral pervert, if ho is not really crnzy, must have found out now that it is a pretty danfrerous thlnir for even a elded millionaire to kill a man in New Pity it is not so everywhere. York. To The Republicans County. of Lincoln For Commonwealth" Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer. ForStnte Honntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln tounty. For tteprrsentntlve, W. H. SHANKS For Comity Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, V.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For Blierlfl. w. l. Mccarty For County Court Clark, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Auditor, 4 JOHN C PEPPLES For Huperlutenilent of Schools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT . For Magistrate Htnnfonl District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Comtnble Htnnfonl District, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District, J. WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle District, I. K.HELM.SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Comtnble Wnyneburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH Tho Crime Of Idlonoss. Idleness means trouble for any one. Its tho same with a lary liver. It causes constipation, hcadacho, jaundice, sallow complexion, pimples and blotches, loss of appetite, nausea, but Dr. King's New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles ami build up your The Georgia Legislature has passed bealth. 25c (U Penny's Drug Store. a law to tax a male dog $1 and a feIn ten years tho automobile industry male $2. Tho Stato treasury is short in tho United States has grown from 25 end needs tho money. It is well, there- concerns, with 12,000,000 of invested fore, that worthless curs bo used to capital, to more than 250 concerns, with help raise it. $200,000,000 of capital. Their output There were four suicides and a dou of cars this year, accessories not countble tragedy in Philadelphia in one day ed, will be more than $130,000,000 in last week. Evidently the Quaker City value. is not an attractive place. For Indigestion aud ail stomach trouble tako Foley's Orino Laxative, A YOUNG woman is acting mayor of as It stimulates tho stomach and liver Richmond, Va., and it is dollars to bowels and will posiftnunKntita Shnf ahft n.nvaa an Imnrnvo. ' and regulates the tively euro habitual constipation. ment over the real mayor. Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. says tho price of shoes will not bo changed much by the removal of tho tariff on hides, as it is only on certain kinds. Tho labor cost and the other materials will keep tho price up. The common people always catch it in the neck. A Alaimma'8 new prohibition law prohibits a newspaper from advertising the ealo of liquors under heavy penalty. The Interior Journal passed n prohibition law for itself in that regard long timn ngo and since hns turned down a number or very remunerative oilers from liquor dealers. ( I am a candidate for the nomination by tho republican party, for the oflico of sheriff of Lincoln county. I am now and have always been a consistent republican and havo always worked and voted for tho candidates of the rcpubli-co- n party. I stand upon Its platform and especially do I endorse its declaration in favor of local option. If given the nomination I will do all in my (rawer to secure victory for the party nt the November election. VV. L, Cordier. Stanford, Ky., Aug. 16, 1909. 9r,SMfg- er - .A? J'M I iiMsk Y " A.lhrfi 1 S m' kkkK v" v i .jsWMfc.1, &$F J fTT large ahoo manufacturer ... i POLITICAL. Eli Berry, the only announced candi date, was declared the democratic nonv inee for Representative from the Hlxon Did the operation on your do wife's throat her good? ro Dixon It did us both good. She has not been able to talk for six weeks. lW LONGirORTH & rfuXvX city district. By 23 to 10 the Alabama Senate passed the Ballard constitutional prohibition bill. The amendment is to be submitted to the people at a special elec tion to be held within 00 days. Gov. Comer signed the bill. At Salt Lake, Utah, former Gov. Van Sant, of Minnesota, was elected commander-in-chie- f of the Grand Army of tho Republic. Van Sant won over Judge William A. Ketcbam, of Indiana, by a vote of 687 to 156. President Taft has named Hon. N. D. Miles, of Jessamine county, as supervisor for this Congressional district. Mr. Miles was the republican nominee for Congress four years ago and was defeated by Hon. G. G. Gilbert. Gov. Willson has appoined John B. Atkinson, of Burlington, and Gilbert Cowan, of Louisville, delegates to the National Conservation Congress at Seattle, August 26. Mr. Atkinson will also go as the personal representative of Gov. Willson. HOME FOR SALEI The property on Danville Avenue, Htan-foroccupied by V. (1. Withers. Una a good residence and outbuildings nre In good shape. Hplendld cittern nnd big garden. location Ilrt-cl- n nnd In lino neighborhood. Will sell privately, Mrs. Hugh Held, K. 1). IVnnlngton, MIm & Ederheimer, Stein & Co. as the place for the next meeting of the G. A. R., in August 1910. The members could not have selected a more de lightful place to discuss pensions and then more pensions. In a private note from that grjat resort, our brother, who is enjoying its delights, says that it is the most uniquely charming place he has ever visited and that the man or woman who can afford it will miss one of the greatest events of a life timo if he or she fails to go there at least one time. The city is made up of hotels and this being the heighth of the season every one is Tilled to the doors, with often a hundred thousand bathers in the surf at once. Don't you wish you could go? been chosen Atlantic City has llnry l'ennlngton, Htnnfonl, Ky. Our especial effort is caring for those things the boys and young Stock of Merchandise men wear. If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS always come to us and you can find them. for Sale. I desire to sell prlvattly my stock of Groceries nnd Hardware. Doing n gooil business. Will Invoice ubout i,Suu. Henion 111 health. GEO. I) llOPI'Kll.Htanforri, Ky. "STo'u.ra.e; men K. Bkft ,. Harry Jacobs, Deuler lu nnd Manufacturer of H, J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. dripping springs. E33ZSQ3e333SSQ3SS3SI P. O. Crib Orchard, Ky. O. L. Penny II. Colloy K. II, Coleman Marblo and Cranito Monu ments, It now open for the num. Write to Hprnrs Fisher, Manager, for folder. Kinnej.Ky. Marker and Posts. Cemetery nnd Lnun Vnsesaml heltves. Oltlce and works, Mc- - Small Farm For Sale I FOR MOT WEATHER HELP. The dato of the annual meeting of the Kentucky Jailers' Association, The cigarette seems to be doomed, which was set for September 7 at Winand the sooner the better. Iowa, Mich chester, has been postponed until Deigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, cember 1. Wisconsin, Indiana and Illinois have Four blocks of the town of Milton, recently forbidden their sale or manu- Del., a lumber and canning center, were facture and other States will follow destroyed by fire, causing a loss which suit as soon as their Legislatures con- will At one time exceed $150,000. vene. The habitual cigarette smoker more than 100 buildings were on Aire. good for nothing else and it is often is First National The Tipton, Ind., a relief when the real cofiin nails are Bank, which was looted by the assistused for him after the figurative cofiin ant cashier, has opened for business nails have rendered him a total wreck. again, having put up The governmeut stopped the coinage of the Lincoln pennies because the ambitious designer cut his initials on tho die, but it has no intention of recalling ths 2SO,000.000 issued. The mintage is at Philadelphia and the work has been resumed with the initials obliterated. About 600,000 are being coined a day, but they are still in great demand as Perhaps if one lives long souvenirs. enough those with the V. D. B. on them may demand as much premium as they did at first, some selling as high as SO cents, to those who had more cents than sense. This and That. Doctor Sam P. Oldham, one of tho most prominent physicians of Henry county, died suddenly of apoplexy. Argyle N. Lett, of Memphis, shot Durwood Denton at Henderson. It is charged that Denton wrote letters to Mrs. Lett. Charges against R. S. Sharp, Internal Revenue Collector at Nashville, Tcnn., have been dismissed as trivial by the Acting Secretary of the Treas and killed I ib sire to sell privately my farm of 47 acres. In Lincoln lounty, seven mlbt from Stanford and two miles from Maj wood, on road a, mile from pike. In gtntd nt close to church, rural route and ', Ijindnll very mile from school-hous- e In grass, balance In cult!-- 1 all under good fence. Comfortable Owing to wanting to Iw vatlon.of six house all other nwny from home some this sutiiint-r- , I have outbuildings. rooms, new iMirnand water and Abundance of line Dlx Hlver decided to rent my Holler Mills. drlen ly water nnd steiim fruit of all kinds. J.T. LIVIMJHTON. s power, dood locution. Mill In It. F. D. No. 1, Stanford, Ky. condition. V. II.THAYLOIt. It. K. I). .No. i, Htunlord, Ky, JO PER REDUCTION, MILL FOR RENT! M OT thy ouk Tnkuui I'ovulerp, SiHinge, Hath llrtislic?, Toilet and Itnth Sottim first-clas- CT. hrl JYJ AND KSI'KCIALLV Our Ice Cold Stxla Wnlor with Jersey Cream ami Imiic Flavor fh LAs Farm for Sale On Dam lllc A lluitnnv lilt pike of 210 ncrus In Lliiiolniouiit), Ky.,', mile from More-InnThUfuriills wrll Improved, good well and cistern and ahundnui'o of stock water springs. Most lurnlshed from nvvur-fallln- g of farm In gram. I desire, to tell this fnriu togi ther with the stock In the next no and crop, the stock consisting of 21 high-lin- d Jacks, nil linen, lu brood Jennets, ury. dii, The statues of George Washington and Robert E. Lee, Virginia's two most eminent men. have been placed in the Hall of Fame at Washington. The threatened refusal of the authorities to admit that of Lee did not materialize, and well it did not, for the Virginians Lexington, Ky. were fully decided not to contribute to county. Tho State Unlvtrslty, Lexington, Ky., or At Bisbee, Ariz., A. T. Hoy and Wil- fers the following courses, namely, Agriculthe hall unless both were admitted. Kngl. The two great rebels will therefore liam Bockholt, linotype operators of the tural, Mechanical Knglneering. OlvllMining neertng, Klectrlcal Knglneerlng. Knglnet ring, (Jlasslcal and seven Hclentlflo stand side by side. while at work, by a striking printer. courses, eacn or wnicn extends over four ears and leads to a ltachelor's degree; also Justice Mills handed down a decis- Bockholt was from Covington, this u Department of Law and a Department of Kducatlon, which last has been established I ion at White Plains, N. Y declaring State. Instead of the Normal Hchool, I'erson who this department that Harry K. Thaw is insane. He Aftor a murderous attack on two. enter In pedagogy and prepare for advanced are granted u work dismissed the writ of habeas corpus un- keepers in the jail, at Newark, N. J ' degree In this subject when completder which Thaw endeavored to secure Angelo Caprio, awaiting trial on a ed. The Academy for preparatory Instruction li retained. his release from Matteawan, and re- charge of murder, was shot and killed ' County appointees receive free tuition, of residence In the dormitories', manded him to the custody of the State by a third keeper, who had come to the firlvllege light, traveling expenses, If they remain 10 consecutive lnonths.oronecolleg. authorities at that institution. Thaw rescue of his comrades. late year. Tliu laboratories and museum will prosecute his appeal from a preThe flrat fntahtv crowing nut nf tha I well equlpcd, comprehensive andare larire. modern. vious decision of Justice Mills, denying strike at McKees Rocks, Pa., occurred Mllltury Hclence Is fully provided for as required by Congress. by jury. him a trial when Steve Horvat, one of the strikers, I 'lhe graduate In tho several courses of study rtadlly llud employment with liberal was shot and killed by Major or remuneration, iiiu loiai At Evansville, Ind., Mrs. Louise D. a Negro, whom a crowd of twoSmith, triculates for last yeur was nuiuuerKacli ma1.U7S. descore partment unsu eclu!lst at Its bead, with Reitz. a widow of 50 years, was mar- striking foreigners had attacked. necessary iiuuibirof asslituiits. the ried to William T. Foley, aged 21, un-t- il Too much Young women llnd an attention to social duties with board and lodging, lu excellent home, I'utlerson Hall, recently u messenger boy In tho and too little to class work resulted in which Is wulleiiuliiptd with all tho modirn Western Union ofllco there By her conveniences, bathroom, hall for physical dropping of almost 100 young men culture, at t l r weik. All toursesof study marriage Mrs. Foley forfeits her right the women from tho ranks of the Chicago Univer- lu the 1'nlwrslty are open toapplying on Identical conditions with those to to a handsomo estato left by her llrst sity The freshmen of the school were males. Verily, tho old fool is tho husband. Tim completion of the Agricultural, Minhardest hit, 75 of that class being drop- ing Kiigiueerlug. Laboratory and Kducablgftcst fool of all. tlon buildings alTord ample und lomiiiod. ped. lous quarters for these departments, which Tho street car strike in Chicago has are rapidly Increasing In the number of maA New Jersey woman died from triculates. fright when a fortuno toller said she been averted by the olfcr to raiso the Fur catalogues, methods of obtaining appointments, Information regarding course would die in September. A person wages of the men to 30 cents an hour of stud) and terms of admission, apply to mind as to believe by August 1, 1911. The North and, JAM. K. 1'ATTKIMOX, Ph. I)., LU !., l'res., with such a weak West Side lines have agreed the I or to D.U. Kkazkic, Dullness Agent, the fakirs Is better oif out of this wick- compromise and the South Side to exis ed world. pected to follow suit. , Fall .Term Begins Sept. 9, '0?. the stockholders the amount necessary to cover all shortage. Claude Scottow, aged 22 years, a member of a prominent family, died as the result of an accidental rifle shot through the eye, producing brain hemorrhage. His home was In Franklin to tolts. You will havo to see this farm to nppro-clat- o the location and the many advantages of tills farm. Any person from a distance desiring to see this farm can come to More- land, Lincoln county, Ky on the (ueen A Orescent route, this farm being only ubout i mile from station. II. II. KINO, Mordant!, Ky. of corn ; 15 or : stacks of hay; farm Ing Implements of ever description. 1 will sell i ne wnoieouiiu orany nnd If I sell thy farm without the stock, must sell not later than itldavs tons tuirlvu me time tomakon sale of my stock. Also bn mules from work mules down ncrt-- a mares, 4 registered: 1 registered stallion; 3.1 KorSOilnjs.ln order to cbiiu up on Mat-- ! .1..... t'lissv'. it......,.. ,tu,, i.v ll'ltt .IIIU., Il.ni...... ,'nii"., If..... k.rt Have some til.. rare lu per ivut. reduction argalutln lullltn. himix big Imrgnlns paper Nice selection In close outs lu wait of framed pictures. Now Is .vour time to ouy a unnusomo mnniit mirror. I'au aim sen tlu'm. Choice selection of rooters. Wood line of lcd, metal aud wood, metal and wood folding lcds,crlb, cots, mattresses, springs, counches, Davenports, chnlrs, suitcase., grips, trunks, extension tallies, centre tables, medicine cablnits, glass, sash, doors, tc. Call and see us. Well euulmxd stock of funeral supplies. Herv Ice night or day. 1, II. 1'ltUITT. Moreland, Ky. C. B. PRUITT, Moroland, Kontucky, lYl r. ..'V'. j$j jyj PEININY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky, g JTC Dinwiddie & Hustonville, up-to-date FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN J882. 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. , The State University, Co., Ky-.- i TT" llacb-elor- 's of goods. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line DIRECTOR. F, Held, . II. Daughman, M O. Elmore, J. M. Petlut, H. C. Daughman, , F, Cummins, S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, . S. Hocker, W. 13. O'Oannon C.iK. Tale. J Cough Caution eouih m from a slmcU cold only you should alwsxincsvUsOotbt. anilcsvaitb irritated bronchial tube. Doot blindly lupprMt It with a Mupefyuaj poison. It't tlrang bowru thlon finally tome about. For twenty years Dr. Sboop has cooitantly warned poops not to tax cough mixture o prescriptions containing Opium, llttl Chloroform, or similar poisons And now run. on meiauei. lata inoufD uongreaa say If poisons ara In your Cough Mixture." Ooodl Very rood I lliamaftorf of thlifanr reason mothers. andolbtri, should Insist on having Dr. Bboop't umwu . gist iviwu tuais. vu ls it must tujuiuuin, nona lntb medicine,only sale, but by II label. And It's not Is said to b by those that knowlt best, a truly r markabl cough remedy. Tak no chance then, jpartlcularly with your children. Insist on haying Dr. B hoop's Cough Cure. Compare carefully ths Dr. Bhoop packsia with other and not the different. No ballon luarks tberel You caA always U ou the sal side by demanding S. Hocker, President;, S, T. Harris, John ), McRoberts, Cashier; II. C. Baugbman, Asit. Caih'r W.W. Saunden, Bookkeeper. t; Kerr.pcltlTlrnaTrpouonyovvranf. Ilyoa Big Line of Chattanooga Plows, The Best Made. H. FARRIS, Stanford. Cough Cure GEORGE PENNY'S DflUQ STORE. Dr. Shoop's -- .!-., .. 3 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 Shoes at 25 PER CENT. DISFor the remainder of this month (August), we offer any of our Men's High-Gran 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 de well-know- Fall needs. SEVERANCE ; & SON. STANFORD KY. L. R. Tlughcfl The Interior Journal. t i 8tanfori, Kv., - Am. 17, 1900 Sri.'CUi. Joan of Arc 10 cent cijrar we will poll on .Saturdays and Sunday only 6 cents strn'Kht. Penny's Druit Store. PERSONALS. T. I). Hanky was In Lexington last week. loo Penny Richmond. Wm. 0. Is visiting his undo took In the at g Martin Ilnrrods-bur- fair last week. Ueo. D. Hoiteii, Jrt is out after a protracted illness. Miss Dora Strauii is sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. A.s-- Mrs. J. ,C. Hays are guests at Crab Orchard Springs. Lee KurLEY attended tho hop at Marrodburg Friday night. Lloyd rERRlN has returned from a visit to his parents at Anderson, Ind. Mr. W. II. Weaken and little daughters spent several days in Lexington. Mrs. Nannie Felasd, of Madison, has been tho guest of Mrs. Mary C d. Novelties in neckwear. Cummins Mn. J. D. Eads Is suffering from & Wearen. lumbago. Miss Sue Taylor Engleman has Wanted, a few shares of First Nabeen quito sick. tional Bank stock. This oflice. is visiting in Mr. Will Severance Shelby county. Prices on Ladies' Oxfords reduced. Mr. II. M. BalloU, of Lancasrcr, See our windows. Cummins & Wearen. was here Sunday. SEE Bclden & McBeo for carriage Mr. Charles Edward Boiion, of repairing, painting and rubber tiring, Lebanon, was hero Sunday. Mrs. It. S. Sounder and son aro vis- Shop opposite depot. . r iting her parents in Madison. Eventually you will ustf cither Rex Mr. It. G. Bright and wife, of Nor- or Economy coal from Denham's yards. mal, III., are here with relatives. Why not begin now and save the dif Dr. John Beck, of Louisville, Is vis- ference ? . ii ... m iting parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beck. Will Blakely, colored, was given Mr. E. C. Walton, editor of this paper, spent several days in Chicago on 30 days In jail for stealing a small amount of Hour from Mr. John B. Hlg business. To Mammoth Cave. August 2othon regular train. Last for tho season. $12 fiS for a thrco days' trip. Includes railroad fare, board at hotel, and the several routes through tho cayo from all stations on tho Cincinnati and Knox-vill- o divisions. Ten days' limit on tickets. See L. & N. agent. Mn. C. W. Adams, of Hustonville, and Rev. G. W. Mills, now of Owings-ville, T. W. Humlilo "W. O. Martin 25 Per cent. oil. We havo a few Skirts left in Voiles, Panama', Ac, all colors, 25 CENT. OFF FOR CASH. We also havo a few Linen Wash Suits left. Regular prices from 88 to 312.50. Trice now from 85 to 88. This is this fcason's'goodj. Latest etyles and best pattern?. Our lo- -s w your gain. Don't forget the tremendous CUT we are making on all Ox- Mrs. Susan B. Yeager spent sever al days with Miss Lhzabeth Allen at Millcrsburg. Dr. N. H. McKinney and wife, of Carlisle, aro tho guests of Mr. W. M. Bright and family. Miss Horerta O'Uannon went up to Brodhcad yesterday to visit Miss Carrie Frith during the fair. I AsiniY M. Warren came up from Louisville and spent Sunday and Monday with his mother and sisters. Messrs. Joseph Wolfe, of Danville, and Eugene and Leslie Bernard, of Mr. Heatii Wilms, of St. Louis, is Dayton, O., were guesta at the home visiting hU parents at Crab Orchard of Sheriff T. J. Hill. No. 27, the Richmond-bounpassenSprings Mrs. J. C. Pickett arrived yester- ger left the track near Lancaster . Mrs. Mary Strauii is drinking the day to nttend the bedside of her daughThursday, causing a delay of eight health giving waters of Olympian ter, Mrs. W. A. Trlbble, who remains hours. Fotunately nobody was hurt. -.. Springs. quite 111. Mr. S. M Owens tells us that ho has Mrs Owen W. Ingles, of Millers-Miss Lena Hampton will leavo toirir, it tho guest of tho family of Mr. day for Cincinnati to attend the Florists a tobacco plant the lavcs of which E. P. Woods. National Convention at that place. Mr. measure 49 inches in length and 26 I'.uv. G. W. Mills and family, of It. G. Hampton and Miss Pearl Hamp- inches wide. This beats oil records yet Who's next? Owingsvillc. were guests of Iluston-vill- o ton will accompany her. but formerly pastor of the Hustonville Christian church, wero here Saturday getting plans and figures on buildings they proposo to erect in the west fc.no capital, it will be remem bered that both gentlemen lost proper ty In the recent fire there. Mr. Adams will erect a brick house, 2Lx 75 and will have one of the most up-tgins' store. date drug stores in this section. Rev, Lost, black shepherd dog, four white Mills will probably contract for a dou feet and fat. Left last day of fair. bio store-rooof concrete. Reward. A. It. Matheny, Stanford, AliOUT 45 years ago, it happens, that It. F. D. No. 1. whilo there was great family rejoicing A, J. Haggard, secretary of the on the waters of tho Hanging Fork, in Brodhcad fair, has our thanka for a Lincoln county, Ky., at the birth of the complimentary which we hope to use baby who was afterwards to become several days this week. the editor of this paper, at the same Lost, in Stanford Sunday, a pocket hour, at the mouth of Richland Creek, book containing four $100 gold certifi- in Knox county, Ky., there was born cates, several letters, etc. Very liber- W. T. Davis, the subject of this sketch. Endowed with the ordinary amount of al reward. Leave at this office. two-stor- y o- .. pK fords. You may also take any prico of Dress Goods in our house at 25 PER CENT. OFF. Big CUT on all other lines. Come to sec us. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., ... d b i .a. "t I. m& fei tho Blue Grass Fair last week Col. I. M. Dunn, of Danville, IIouu mill rnrrlagu painting. graining came near being the victim of n pick mm mini wood llnlslilriK. paper IUI1IRII1K IttiblHT tlrlnii ii specialty, Hliop opposite pocket. He became, aware of someone depot. J. J. Hei.ukn .v'o.,Htntirorcl, Ky, trying to "touch" him and seizing tho I thief gave him a sound drubbing. Well done, Colonel. Notice la Ihti'Iiv given thnt nt tin' Hop Ii'iiiIkt, miu. iiHitliiK t tln I Ion rU (if I'd III Kraut Notice. Tho order entered by the on t'oiiiiiillonnra, I wnowrisk tlicin toIn tile mtt n parole. 1 mil MtMf( tu'lllf county court Aug. 9, dismissing the ap jiKlmnent l.lltflirv tt k'NlllLlnrt linHu, lliu of plication for n local option election in snooting lienthe I.lncolii circuit court for rcrrlil. My sentence, wliicli Lincoln county, has been, by tho court, vwia glM'ii June, Uw, being (or Is months. nal. HM Kotiiwki.l. TAXKS.-T- ho tax books for 1009 are Mesdames J. 11. Foster and J. G. now ready. Come in and get your re- set aside and an order made setting Tuesday, Aug. 21, at 10 a. m., as the Carpenter and Miss Josephine Carpen- ceipt HEADACHE T. J. Hill, shcriir. timo to hear and pass upon tho applies ter attended tho Lexington fuir last The men who secured tho 1,309 Ily InirlliR jour eyu properly llttttl with tion. week. tickThe L. & N. will sell round-triJ. F. Hill. Knit Main Kt.. Mrs, S. M. Sauflky and son have ets to the Richmond fair Aug. 18 to 20, signatures to tho pollution must, at Htiinf.ml, Ky.,wlll mipply jour need anil also that time, bo present to make tho proof guarantee aatlifnctlon. Me mm earrlei in rjturned to their homo at Frankfort, good returning 21st, at $1,30. piionogriiplia aiocK the latest required by Statuto or no election can records which ou can buy forcaah, or on .. accompanied by little Miss Sallie Mills monthly Installments. Call ami let ua talk Hand painted China makes hand- bo held. t tie mutter otr. KYKHTKBTKU KHKK. Craig. Mr. Sanford M. Allen and little some and appropriate wedding presents. Suicide. Former Polico Judge D. FARMS FOR SALE 1 son, who havo been visiting tho family Sco Mrs. Catherine McClary. . m W. C. Armstrong committed suicide at of Mr. E. I'. Woods, returned to ........ t ul.li ,n ...11 n,lit.l.l ...w .... n ,. . vit ,f It (IV, r John Skidmore, who Uvea on Ma- Lancaster Saturday morning by shoot' at J umbo. Lincoln County, ,1,, ,Itourf.O miles Ky. Friday. Pippin npplo ing. Ho had been in bad health for from McKinney. Una on It good son's Gap, has a Mr. John Coffey and sisters, Misses on exhibition cellar, spring at the Lincoln County somo time and left a noto savin? his act duelling, good barn, lain high state house. line water, etc Ijwul of cut- Magglo and Hena Coffey, of Boyle, are was tho result of his physical condition.. tlintlnn. .Vino IHM fillip ntllMT KtllMll fit r National Bank. for sale. All well Improved. Terms satis with their Bister, Mm. Joseph Newland, Ho was CO years of age, and ono of the factory. in the East End. vtV www men in this locality. He Htnnford, Ky., II, F. 1). No.n.u.Hiri'I.tt, I will havo on hand the coming it. Mrs. W. T. Davis, who has been week "Lightning" balanced power gas- was found dead in his room at tho Ward ,11 uil. $28.00. dy. round Itip. NEW YORK-Ev- ery with tho families of Messrs. W. L. and oline engines, lightning power grinder, Houso by a servant. Ho was lying In Vu Norfolk and U. U. S. (o. 30U.UU. J. M. McCarty, returned to her homo cob corn and small grain cutters and a pool of blood with a bullet hole Going Rail ind Ocean; Returning River, Like ind Rail $32.15. at Pineville Saturday. The order entered bv the county court BOSTON Going Riil and Ocean; Returning River, Lake. Sound and Rail A revolver was blowers for silos, J. O. Held, Stan-fro- through his head. Aug. V, dismissing loMiss Josephine Warren, of Stanthrough New York, with ttopowu $3735. grasped in one hand and a knife in the cal option election the application for u hat In Lincoln county, ford, Is visiting Miss Anglo Kinnaird. been, by (he court, let aside anil an order other. The revolver had been borrowed maue setting ruesuay. Aug. zi. ui July 27. and Saturday. Aug. 21. OLD POINT COMFORT-Tues- day na II. M. Oallou has gone to Olympian Fifteen Days Limit $12.50, The stockholders of tho First Nation- by Judge Armstong who stated that he the time to hear and pass upon theiua.m applicaSprings in Casey county to spend a few al Bank of Fort Scott, Kas havo been The Very cheap rates to Atlantic City and all Senhore Resorts, on Sale Diily. expected to kill a dog. He had been tion. to themen who secured the IHu signatures iietltlon must, at that time, be days, Mrs. W. B. O'Uannon, of Stan called on by the Comptroller present to make the proof reiiulreU by Htat- of tho dead several hours when found. Summer Tourist Rates to all Principal Points in Virginia, on Sale Daily. ute ur iiu vih:iiuii can ue lieiu. ford, was the guest of Misses Fannie Currency to liquidate at once. There CEO. W. BARNEY. D. P. A.. For full information call on or address and Bettie West. Lancaster Record. Lexington, Ky. are several shareholders in this county Shot. Thursday evening about 8 Ticket office Phoenit Hotel. Clarence Coleman, of Louisvillo, holding about $4,000 or $5,000 of it who o'clock while Mr. and Mrs. George A. who frequently contributes news letters will havo to "pony up." Eubank 8 were sitting on the front to this paper, is taking his vacation and porch of their home near Hustonville, a ii spending It at Benton Harbor, Mich., Mayor Hume, of Frankfort, issued party of rren, supposed to have been Chicago, Milwaukee and other Interestan order arresting every loafer in the drinking, rode by and began shooting. Reasonable Prices. ing places. He Is accompanied by Mrs. city. Each ono will get, ho says, a stiff One of tho bullets struck Mrs. Eubanks Coleman. sentenco in tho polico court and work in tho forehead and glanced off, inflictMrs. Georqe Bruce and son, Mr. out tho fino on tho chain gang. Let ing a painful but not dangerous We havo lor salo n great many wound. Howard, left for Spring Lake, N. J Mayor Florence, Police Judge Trlbble A diligent Beared was at onco instituted farms, located in Marion ami whero they will spend tho remainder of and Chief of Police Carter "sit up and by officers but so far all efforts havo adjoining counties. In sizes, these tho Summer. Mr. Bruco has associated take notice." failed to apprehend tho guilty parties. farms range from tho very small farm himself with tho American Realty ComAs neither Mr. Eubanks nor his wife to tho very largo one. 1'iices very pany, of New York City, and will go tcrs Nearly aro at havo any enemies that thoy know of, reasonable. shortly to take up his work. Ad- work making tho necessary changes on tho only conclusion they there can arrivo at Thceo lauds aro adapted to tho culvocate. in Odd Fellows' block, is that the shooting was done by somo tivation of all tho crops raised in oth tho store-rooA good picture of Miss Sarah Boll in which Mr. J. O. Reid will establish ono under tho Influence of liquor and er portions of tho Bluo Grafs region. Hackley, daughter of Mr. J. T. Hac- a garago and stationary engine depart- merely shooting at random. It is sino havo a lino hurley tobacco seckly, of this county, appeared in Satur- ment. Tho doorway is being widened cerely hoped that tho rowdies will bo tion. If you aro interested, writo or Miss Hackley day's Courier-Journa- l. and tho concrcto grade from the pavo-me- caught and punished to tho fullest ex- call on us. recently written a novel dealing to tho street is finished. It Is a tent of tho law. Life and property are Kentucky life. It Is entitled 'The with Ky. Co. Tobacco Tiller," and will be published good pleco of work and was done by unsafe when such violators of the law Ky. Phillips Bros. by a Boston house this month. art allowed to run at large. Shu-garHU p PURE cannel coal at J. Ii. Baughmnn &Co's. Try njoad. and daughters, of Mrs. James Dunn Danville, were with the family of Mr. Two rooms for rent in the cottage of Mrs. M. J. Withers on Logan Ave. II. J. McKoberts. Miss Lillik I'errin, of Anderson, Olympian Springs water at Shugara Ind., is with her grandparents, Mr. and & Tanner's drug store. Try a glass or Mrs. 1. G. Warner. Phof. It. A. Ashury, of Cavo a jug. Springs, Ga., has been tho guest of Buy your coal from Singleton Bros , Miss Josephine Warren. Crab Orchard Ky. Cheapest place in Mr. Sam C. Lackey, of Harrods-bur- town. has been tho guest of relatives s Get Olympian Springs water at hire and at Crab Orchard. & Tanner's. They aro sole agenU Mr. L. K. Carpenter, of Willinmt-por- t, Pa., has joined his wife at the for it. -I.. homo of Mr. J. N. Mencfee. tickThe L. & N. will sell round-triMrs. D. M. Walker and little ets to the Brodhead fair, which begins daughter, Lucile, aro visiting tho for- Wednesday, at 85c. mer's parenta at Vanccburg. City Taxes. Your city taxes for T. C. Willis and family aro now occupying their handsome new residence 1909 are due. Please call and settle. on Richmond avenuo. Jessamine Jour- B. D. Carter, collector. friends. Misses Hutu and Margaret Heck, of McKinney, were guests of Miss Winnie Davis Ilibb. - good sense, an ambition to become a good citizen, yet somewhat handicap ped by the lack of opportunity, ho has taken his place along with the citizens of the mountains of Kentucky, a good type of the good citizen. He comes of Union Btock, with republicanism a part of his nature. He has been a politician. an and under most circumstances, a capable one. He is now an applicant for the position of United office-holder, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Oliver Plows, Disc Harrows and the Superior Grain Drill are three important articles necessary in LOCALS. farm on farm for Dix river, four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble. Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn. J. F, Rigncy. Stanford. SALE.-115-acro A dispatch says that several Negroes aro under arrest at Pnducah charged W. Metcolf in Pineville Sun. Mr. Dawith passing counterfeit money. This vis' wife is a sister of Messrs. W. L. shows Komo evidence of energy. Stan and J. M. McCarty, of this place. ford Negroes as a rule are too lazy to get their claws on even tho bogus coin. States District Attorney, with a fair chanco of appointment. It behooves our people to begin a campaign in his behalf, regardless of politics. Let the president know that his neighbors and those who know him best, think that he is worthy and well qualified. Charles g, While attending JJ.BELDEN&CO. NOTICE 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. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. SUMMER RATES VIA STOP THAT p ATLANTIC CITY THURSDAY. AUG. 19th. m 1..1-.- MIMJ W 111 m $16 ROUND-TRI- P $16 best-know- n NOTICE! d. Fine Blue to to lo H. B. NORTHCOTT, KEADY.-Carpcn- Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. nt Central Real Estate Lebanon, H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. y The Interior BnUredinOx Pori-OJIc- e FARMER'S DEPARTMIKT. Journal. J. M. Pettus has several jrood brood marcs for sale. oi Stanford u J. R. Harris bought 100 ewes of E. T. Pence tmnd'Ctati natter, L. N. TIME THBLE No.tl.Houth.tllMl'.M. No.l,Houth,ll:aiA M. No. II, North, :H A. x. No. . North, y.f! r. X. No.TT, 10:47 A. M. No.Si,:WP. x. JOS. S. RICE, Agent. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. 'Office over McRoberU' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. FARM FOR SALE I Thefnrmof 1W acres, of good Wue grass innil, lying one mllo North of McKlnney ,on the Htnnford pike. Improvements nnd fencing good: plenty of water and fruit. Also 1JS acres of Umbered land one mile Knit of McKlnney ; half under fence; plenty of ater and good totmcoo land. Hee grow ng ""p J. A. Ol VKNH. Agent. ii;iyiimi7j vj When Ordering Clothes clothes, whethera low Then price Dusincss suit or me nut-s- i ctviuuk clothes, will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will alio take your measure for extra trousers, fancy s.ests, top coats and overcoats. Hnrlng and Hummer samples on hand ready for your inspection II, O.HUFLBY, The Tailor, (Stanford, Ky. Hut your measure taken your by a tailor of CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, as well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the nlove, I have all kinds of vegetables on hand nt rvnsonnble HOUHKH, OHUISTMANOHKKN Kl) llL'llllAUII, I'HOlt. Htnnford, Ky, prices. Insures Tobacco and Tobacct Barns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, the Ins lied to bo present. T. W. Ten. All Summer goods niiut Iks f)lil at Cost. Wo nro nvcrcrowtlcd nntl muni country newspaper. It trusts every nlngtun, Heo. L. H. Stone, Stanford. make room for our Fall stock of new, fresh goods. Noto tho prices: S. T. Harris had two export cattle body.gets cussed for trusting, mistrusted for trusting and It It busts for trustkilled by lightning last week. Men' Suits wero yelling nt $22 CO now 811 18 Lincoln Circuit Court. Fort Sale. 200 good stock ewes. A. ing gets cussed for busting. And there you are. Harrodsburg Herald. Men'd Suits wero Selling nt 118 00 now W. Carpenter, Moreland. 12 08 Maggie II. Wheat riff.,vs Inn II, llur-geLet J. S. Murphy, the McKlnney Men's Suits were Selling nt 815 00 now etc., Defendants. Notice of sale. 10 08 Cured Hay Fever and Summer In obedience to r. lodgment rendered In miller, do your custom grinding. Men's Suits were Selling nt $12 fiO now tin nborn styled action at the May term, 8 08 Cold. Fifty-pouns are selling unaersigneu I'ommissioner iv, meMONDAY.HKIT. ISTII, ItfV, win on Men's Suits were Selling nt 810 00 now 7 18 at 5 cents each at San Antonio, Texas, A.S.Nusbaum, Uatesvlllo, Indiana, county court day, between the hours of nnd Men's Suits wero Selling nt 8 7 CO now "Last year I suffered for i v. m In front of the court house door In 418 Choice Shropshire ram lambs for sale. writes: public outBIckley, Stanford, R. F. D. No. three months with a summer cold so Htnnford, Ky., offer for sale ntbidder, on n E. G. cry to the highest nnd best o distressing that It Interfered with my cretllt of six months, the tract of laud In Men's I,ow Shoes were Selling nt 81 00 now 8!1 2C county, Ky by llrjnnt J. S. Murphy, the McKinney miller, business. I had many of tho symp- Lincolnnt the time, of hisowned bounded on Men's Lo'w Shoes wero Sclliug nt $11 CO now Hobbs death, 2 08 the has just received a fresh car load of toms of hay fever, and n doctor's pre- the North by the Inndsof W. r.Orlmes; on Men's Low Shoes were Selling nt $3 00 now Houth I'V the Htnnford nnd Preachers-vlll- o 2 .'18 scription did not reach my case, and turnpike; on the Went by the Innds of salt. Men's Low Shoes were Selling nt 82 CO now 1 08 Mrs. Mnry K. containing n,V(ncres, R. E. Henry sold to Geo. D. Robin-so- I took several medicines which seemed The object of Vnrren, Is for reinvestment. the snle TRHMt. Iloud with approved security, Rec- only to aggravate It. Fortunately I 100 ewes at $5.50. Central Commissioner, will be repayable to Ladies' Low Shoes vveie Selling at $!! CO now 82 :jh Insisted upon having Foley's Honey quired of thethe purchnser. hearings tier cent. ord. Interest from date of snl until paid, hn Ing My the force nnd effect of n Judgment, nnd I.adieV low Shoes were Selling nt 8U 00 now 150 barrels of old corn. and Tar. It quickly cured me. 2 10 For Sale. George O, Spoonamore, Preachersvillc, wifohas since used Foley's Honey and ecu nil by lleii'uti the laud, 1 03 Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling ut 82 CO now J. II. I'AXTON, Tar with tho samo success." Sold by P. M. McltOIIKItTH, Atfy Master Coin'r. Ky. for PUT. Indies' LiwShoei wcroSelliugnt 82 00 now l :i8 S. M. Owens sold to Hearon, of New Stanford Drug Co. 1 10 Ladies' L)w Shoes wero Selling at 81 CO now Dishopville, S. C., a fine saddle gelding for $250. I FOR Straw Hat, 81 CO Valuo now 8. OS Clell Coleman bought in Boyle county Htock Dry floods. Notions. Groceries. d 100 Straw Hats, 82 00 Value now cattle at 5Jc Harrods-bur- g Ilnrdwnre, Tlnwnre, ,c.l nbout li,i. Doi as ing fnlr business. Mtwrnl terms. Herald. Straw Hats, $H 00 Valuo now 2 24 (1. 11. It AU1UH, Crnb Orchnnl, Ky. J. H. Baughman sold to John Fox, of 2 08 Straw Hats, 83 CO Value now geld Richmond, a handsome NOTICE! ing for $200. 1 Take your wheat and corn to J. S. Those hni Iiir clnlnis ngnlnst the eitnte of Mrs. Mlnerrn t'obb will pleuse present them Murphy, the McKinney miller. High- properly proven to me by Auk. ai, lew. Weekly Courier -est market prices. Hli'HAiinCoHli, Ih'ur., Danville, Ky. In the thoroughbred ring at the LexAND ington fair Thos. C McDowell's noted was awarded stallion, KY. Now Livorv- first prize. Dopot Street, For Sale. 400 stock ewes, 2 to 4 Phono 96, BOTH ONE YEAR FOR years old. Sell cheap if taken at once. THE SHOW OF Jas. McKechnie, Hubble, Ky. LanSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. caster phone 384. Red muley'heifer came to mv place 1910. about 10 days ago. Owner can get her Few people In tbe United States hare not by paying for this notice and her keep. T Knnn contains l.s ncres. ltrlclt house of heard of tbe l. Democratic rooms, barns, cribs unci nil outbullillnits Mrs. John P. Gooch. nml nne prlHK:incresof iMittom limit: VI In all things, fair In all things, clean In all ncres upliiml, Imlitnce In grnss nnil timber. An aged yellow Jersey cow, free rWlits this Fall. Would like to things. It Is essentially a family paper. By milker but with one blind teat, left my rent ln'fore Sept. IS. Cnll on a special arrangement we are enabled to ofMllM.SM.MV J. I'K.NMMITOX, L place Tuesday. Please notify N. W. fer the WEEKLV one and six pigs. Mrs. The biggest on earth Is at $6. For Sale. Sow Pains of. women, head pains, or any MASONS' pa In stopped In 20 minute sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo (H will full formula on 25o box. Sold by InLincoln rommunlcntlonF.A A. M. nrst meet on Mich nnd stnlml thlnl Momlnr nights ofr-.c- n month, nt Tin) Penny's Drug Store. o'clock In their ball on main streettt, MEET. - Htftn-fon- l, CUT PRICES: ;i trust Ky. Member of sister lodges nr Commissioner's Sale! ss d water-melon- 1 SALE HENRY 1,350-poun- WATTERSON'S PAPER Journal Allan-a-Dal- B. D. CARTER, SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. The Interior Journal Farm forRentfor ONLY $1.50. Courier-JournaOOUIUKR-OUKSA- SHOWS TTTM"rfrii 1909 The Insurance Man, FowV?, Rowland, Ky. It. K. ti. No. 1, Htnnford, Ky STANFORD, KY. Residence l'liono 30: OHlce, M. Insure with me ami be fully Ewes protected. nr-f- i' '..tfj&wnnL m VMV J YOUR I HIDESahoFURS Fcalhtrs, Tallow, Beeswax, Ginseng, Golden Seal, (Yellow Root), etc We are Dealers, and can do belter (or vou than agents or commiuioo merchants. Kelerenee. any Hank in Louuville. Write for weekly price list and ship ping tiji. we lumuh wool bags Iree. M. SABEL fc SONS, C1sBUHID IN 16SS LOUISVILLE, KY. 220 E. Market SI. I INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, R. B. MAHONY Wayne and Russell counties. No Western ewes in the lot. Coulter & Middleburg, Ky. For Sale. 125 stock ewes; good ones. Just a little extra good. Call at my place and see them or write or telephone me at Yosemite, Ky. They are 1 to 5 years old. Lincoln Wells. At Grand Rapids, Mich., Hedgewood Boy and Ladv Maud C. broke the world's record to pole by pacing a mile in 2:021. The former record, made by Prince Direct and Direct Hal, of 2:05, was made in 1902 in Memphis. A Wisconsin man fed one of his cows $60 worth of feed last year, and her pasture, feeding, milking and stabling st $11.50 more, making her total cost $71 50, but she produced $90 worth of for sale. 500 ewes bought in SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI-NEERIN- year and this paper for the price named above. Fend your subscription for tbe combination to us not tc the Uourler-Jou- r BIG II0RSE SHOW AND HIPPODROME Sf ?30.000.NS! - I mil prepared to do nil kinds of surveying and cl II engineering promptly. My work will to guaranteed mid my prices are reasonable. Write me at McKlnney or call me over the telephone through the llustouvllle Uxcliiinite. WAI.TKU McKINNKY. Commissioner's Sale! Lincoln Circuit Court. As directed by a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at the February W. term. li.. In the action of ,.,,.. M. Mciluffey ktl.l .1, lli.ra tttt nlllll I 1 I n t..l ,., I. ers.the un.lerslgue,! Commissioner will nt about I I', s.iiii MONDAY.HKIT. WTH. 1WIM. county court day In front of the court house door In Htniifonl, Ky offer for sale at pubbidder, on lic outcry to the highest mid 'it n credit of six nod I! months.the tract of land, near Highland, In Lincoln county, Ky., owned by Jes-- e Mcduffey at the time oi his death und thus de.crllied: lleglunlug at n dogwood 11 links N 4 W from a spring, Wm. HutchUoiis corn.T, tlieuee N A1, t .'.I Hiles to n stun1, HoU-r- t Hutchison's corner In Wm. Hutchison', line; thence N il, W 111 poles to a stort-Itoltepoles to a store lu Hlmp Martin's Hue; thence with .aiiieH t( W IS poles ) to n Hip-la- r, K HI Martin's corner; thence H IV it The McKlnney Woolen Mills, McKlnney, Ky. Is now In operation anil Is ready to cre the public In muLlng Jeans, I.lnv.ss, lllunkets. Flannels, arns, Ktc. will either work wool orexchnnge goods for It. Highest market price for wool. DAILY RACES NATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONSFIRE WORKS GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 25 JTrre the finest lire stack ind tbe best firm products tr mtmiled friend meets friend, amusement is combined with Inlormtllon. Show rain 'or shine, dsy and nljht la ibe largest and moil msf nlticent Lire Slock r?lllaa la the world. Million Quarter ol a Wilt Be Here. E- IN PAVILION DU1UD1NU Y. C0HC FOB. INrORMATION-CATALOGU- LOW RAILROAD RATES J. W. NEWMAN, ? 320 Paul Jonos Bldj. SccroUry. ENTIA.Y BLANKS. ADDRESS -- -.. Louisville. Ky. ('. II.WKIOIIT, I'ror. CONCRETING llr.t-clas- Hutchison", comer, thence N.T'jW bJtter, and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. Life, Live Stock, Health J,L,Beazley&Co., FmjTrrrfc mr c25253 en, Undei tatters and Embalm Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds oi Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. not their saving her for larger stakes elsewhere. We are in position to do all kinds of concreting, such as lllock I'aveiiieiits any J. H. Baughman took five blues and and. In fact, we can makeWork.thing from bouse down ton fence ost. We can serve three reds out of nine shows on his you promptly and guarantee s mules at the Lexington fair last week. work and material. Call and get our prices before you buy your material at least. He got half of the money hung up by mule the association. The ?500 that beat his Annio l.aurio nn!d and weighed 1,590 pounds. Mr. BaughStanford, Ky. man secured more money than any oth- eo one exhibitor. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNAt the Harrodaburg fair last week Harris & Woods made hino shows with TY FOR SALE I their string of mules and took the fol lowing premiums: 1st and 2nd on mules A line blue grn farm for sale situated oil miles 2 years old and under 3; 1st and 2nd on iiuwiilku neur 1'uliit I.eaell and six acres, south of Ijtncaster, containing ftsi mules 1 year and under 2; 1st on horse well located In good neighborhood, being e part of the John Walker tract, with a mule 1 year and under 2; 1st on horse een-roor new, residence then on, with all iiecessiiryoutlulldlugsand mule under 1 year; 1st on maro and good, new Istrn )sii. Well Materia, si mule colt; 1st and 2nd on horse mule 3 never falling springs and creek running years and over; 1st on mare mule team; through. ', cush lu hand, balance one. and Tkhmh, of sole, beurllic six uer two 1st on horse mule team, and 2nd on cent tears front day paid. Interest until mare mule 3 years and over. They did I'ersons looking lor sueu pince please write W.t). Walkkk, Stanford. see Bhow prize suckling mule, or d worth of manure, $1 worth of skim milk, and a calf worth $5, masher total income $113. $17 fr PHILLIPS BROS.. Jim Itns-ll(Hilestou whit, oak. Hughe-an- d corner, thence llnstlu's Hue, M S.V, K IWI Imles ton stnke on the shle of a hill where a ixinlar und two chestnutsN were cnlli'd for. corner, thence IS WT1 Kiles to two l.uckejes and white walnut, near a brnnch; thence H 71 W SI ixilea to n sugnr a drain. Win. Hutchison's corner. thence with his line N T.V, W ifl iolrs to n dead,e wiiitu (ink, witu usu. Hickory ami sugu-tn-iiolnters, his corner; thence hl line HM'- - W Stiuiles.il links to a hickory his comer, thence his lliieHr.i', WW, poles ton white oak, his corner; thence Ills line at H 1'4 W'.iixil(S, T links ton cherry tree, bis corner; thence his lino N MV, W Js poles to the Is'glnutng containing rx acres, rood mid S polt of land, llonds with good security for the purchase S; H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, price will Ihi required of the purchaser, l'ar-InJ- - W. ROCHESTER. ASST. CASH. il tier cent. Interest from date of sale unJ. B. PAXTON, til paid, pa J able to the Commissioner, havH. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER ing the force nnd effect of a Judgment and secured by lien on the laud. HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. .1. II. PAXTlN, M. '!. I C, C. P. M, McUotierls. Atty. for Pills. DIREOTORSi the Lincoln county national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. 1 1 Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 g hand-som- two-sti- PUBLIC SALE! Having sold my farm. I will sell to the highest mid twt bidder at my farm, one mile isoutli of Ilryiintsvtlle, Kyou J. 11. Owttley, Stanford; S. II, Shanks, Stanford; Geo. Fo-to- Jolm B. kin, Carter, Stanford Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Kan- L:nca-ter- ; J. H. I'axXun, Stanfunl; Y. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; H. L. Hnhlile, liaiicaster; II. CiiininiiH, I're.iclierHvillc; Lilbiirn Gooch. GilhertH Creek. r, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, J&. Undertaker. Embalmer and Dealer inlHarness, Saddlery, STANFORD, tmmiruoM, ur, KY- - uomt.i'tiont i. Hut Ing sulTered considerable annoyance lie In tho low, marshy bottoms of Iho and damage from outlaws. In breaking gatu latches nnd tearing down and destro)lng l'otomac, the breeding ground of ma my gates, on the county road that runs olTer through my (arm, I have laria germs. These germs cause chills, a reward for Informationconcluded to the leading to of such iktsoii or Hr.ous. I fever and aguo, biliousness, jaundice, comlctlon glto the sum of .'j0 for Inforwill therefore lassitude, weakness and general de- mation leading tot he arrest nnd conviction of any party ur purtles, that Iiiimi broken bility and bring suffering ur death to tho hitches on nny of my gntes.or that have saw ed thousands yearly. Hut Hlectrlo Hit on the dow nor torn lown any of my gates county road which runs from the ters never fall to destroy them and llustouvllle turnplka to the Mllledgevlllo turnpike, through my farmland I wlllghu euro malaria troubles "They arothe the sumo nmount for Information leudlng or und best tonlo and euro for ma- to the arrest In tin.com Ictlon of any partytho future commit any of IHirtles who I over used," writes H M. above offenses. laria my band this lot li day of August, James, of Louollcn, S. C. They euro ItsWitness T..I.I1II.I..HU. k. Stomach, Liver, Kidney und Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid. Try them, 60c. Guaranteed by PenWe, whose names appear below, strictly ny's Drugstore. forbid hunting, Ushlng or uny kind of trvs passing on our places and w III prosecute vi SMS Four strangers that had followed olators to tuu run extern oi wie law. Miss Muttle llewes, ltilihenlmch llros, from Chicago a Bpecial express mes A, T, Tray lor, Fred Hauniaiin, N. 11. I'luiiitner, l.llliurn (loocli, senger guarding $100,000 in cash being Will Hester, H.(. Nunuelley, shipped to the First National Bank, J, W. liaugliiuan. J. W. I'eck, David Htevuus, K. Itruce, which is to be reopened, ran from tho J. JoliiiOaiuentscli, Wm.Uordler. M. I). El more, DauTraylor, police at Logansport, Ind., and escap(lotllbUllck. Kred Hundorf, D. M. Auder.on. ed. J,. I, Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Kuds J. F. Moser, A, KHuisu Mrs. N. J. Ilnrton It Is the weak nerves that are cryMrs.Ueo. togim. J.J.KIIIott. ing out for help. Then holp tliein, Frank Cordler, W. II. Daugherty, Dr. ).!. Terry, Her. Father ko, don't drug the stomach or stimulate II. W. dallies, H. 11. Ilaughmnn, A. D. Hoot. Uriah Albright. tho Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. Mrs. Marguret (loocli, Jacob (lander W. H.Truylor Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with (leo.O. (livens, Ham Kobcrts, JohnJuler, Dr. Snoop's Restorative and see how M. J. Hofiuiinn, Amend Hcliuefer, Hentliy A.ll, Mutheny good health will como to you K,T. (turner, fast 1,.H. Mrs. J. II. Owsley, II. Li. Fuguley, again. Test It und see. Sold by M. J, Morgtui, It. (J. Wutkfm, H.T. Harris, Penny's Drug Store, J. U. Hundley. Good, K. H.Urow, -. Mrs. Nannie II. 0. K.McOlure, Anton Hnneckcr, "What do vou do to tret rid nf Anderson Oarr, W, M. Dlshon, Fred Voiilirueulgau boreal" Mrs. Kate Ador T. I,. IluughuiBii, Mrs, Itebeccn It. Uurpentur "Just as soon as thev come Into mv Nlo (Huts. w, jsopHts, j. r. soser, office I start in telling them of the D, Barters, John H. Ixie, latest cute thing my baby said." UnrliUan Jaoob, d Washington's Plague Spots REWARD. Thursday,Au Promptly at ID 2609, a.m., thefotlowlug personal property: Sixty Horses. Mules and Shetland Ponies; 30 Jersey Cows and Calves, 72 Southdown Sheep. stnlllon by Oratorio, dam HullluUllnker SiUM one yearling stulllou by Hctirchllgiii. uam ny Asniauu Wilkes, iiliio brotMl mares with colts; oiu'iutrn good sudille miiruin-colts liv Jim Ularkt one yearling race colt; two yearling colts uy J nil uinrK : one pair umr-- j iiiarn horse mule, mules; one One v ear-ol- d enr-oi- u threu-yenr-ol- d POSTED. , v... .l.l ,'r.njl, ," fill 'Ulil utiilll..... T l.a.i.l 11,1,11'., which nro tiathtiponlm; 3 Imported limns, yearling colts; 5 stickling registered; lo colls. SHETLAND PONIES. 'I ,fll, .,,.., M One reglstcriol Jersey bull, 2 years old; ID Jersey cows witu ciuves; z yiurnug jersey hi'lfers'. 1 eurll lig steers. & LUWJ i.lu v.nbYU, SHEEP. llmvojuet received a ear of OLD HICKORY WAGONS.ytlio best Houthdowu uwes, most of them sired by it buck that took the prem- wagon on the market for tho money. Seo them lwforo buying, an lliero has Houthdowu ium ut the Islington fair; 13; lb shoats, bucks, ) curlings to been a great improvement in their construction. iki pure-bre- d TACKS AND JENNETS. Ouez-year-ol- d colts by side. Jack and two Jennets with lu perfect order; funning Implements consisting of wheat drill, corn planter, mower, roller, hinder, plows, cultluitor, hay rake, wagon, cutting harrow, lieu Puluce, with swarms of bees,lurd furnace, Vt gallon capacity and other things too numerous to mention Household and kitchen furniture, Including is line Itudlant Home Heater, refrigerator, solid ohk office desk, 1 solid oak Look case, rosewood book case, lot of old fashioned furniture nud numerous other things thut you will want. 1'vdlgrve will be furnished of tbe pedigreed stock. TKUMB. innue Known uu usj ui saiv, 111 1 One Kuufmun runabout, I buggy, 1 buggy pole, 1 double set of harness, bridles uud suddlvs, lot of liny, 1 tobacco setter, inner lieeu used, 1 Mosler safe, combination lock, E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. RURAL TELEPHONES. Mil FAHMKIl: Make your home as modern for your family at a city residence, tuidiilaeo younelf in u position to get thu latest market (juotatioiw at any time. This can bo accomplished by uieaiui of our telephone aorvice, which you nud your ueighborn can get for u buui that in small compared with tho benefits received. Cull or address our ncaret oliice or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Liuo" rate. If you are not at precent enjoying telephouo service, wocan iiuuiediately interest you. Uur linen cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi. Louisiana and (ho Southern portion of Indiana and r Till..-- !. IH'DT'PL'MWI.'OOPI' ll'UT IJi,TVI. nf iilSiil.'ClL,s.. ijju. 11III10U. - Col, I. M, Dunn, Auctioneer. JEFF T.DUNN, Kinoi MU. (IMDOiirOUATKU) JJ, 'y&szjzwmfatJ2GiiiGiihm X, MSft saS)tmnAA"srnisstsi n srsn.n-Ui- i -- i