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Mrs. John Nowland and children, Lebanon Junction, are with relatives hero. Mrs. William McKInnev, of near Splro, died and was burled In Freedom cemetery Friday. Sho leavej four mall children. George Roberts, of near Maretburg. sold to Ben Dillingham his farm of 40 acres for $700 and bought of Ben Albright a 100 aero tract of land for $900, also a small tract from Mrs. Amanda Owens; consideration not known. Before this Is read by all of your readers the Kockcasllo County Fair will have been n thing of the past. At this writing, Tueeday afternoon, It Is hard to say just what success tho association will meet with. People are divided as to whether It will be n "good fair" or not. Tho town is filling up with people, quite a number of strangers coming In. Tho fakirs can bo seen on all sides. Tho principal attraction s at "tho Country Fair" will be conspicu-outhis year-t- ho for Its abenco but In Its place will be tho wave, but judging from what we ocean have already seen it will not bo much. baby" Tho "cane" man and tho "doll here. The "candy man" www lltuts has his tent up. In our opinion mo plays best attraction will bo tho thrco by the Hamlltonian Club on rendered Thursday and Friday Wednesday, Ou nights. Tho plays are entitled, "Farmer Ho.kins" and in tho Streets," "From Pumpkin Hldge." Tho fair at this place is one of tho msin events of Com-Intho year and Is treated as "Home many Week" among our people and who visit bo the friends and relatives of tho hero during the meet. Some now with us are Mr. and Mrs. Mr John Jarrett, Jr.. of near Liberty;Mona Mrs. Isaac Storms, of Heavy, F.lla, of Dunn and daughter, Miss Low-el- l; Hello Henderson, of Mrs. Nebraska, andoth-cr- s George Frith, of too numerous to mention. ound, That King's Mountain Graded Matter Again. of School NEWS ROTES. 1 Wilburn Johnson, the aged father of Sheriff Rico W. Johnson, of Bell county, is dead at Pinuvllle. Mrs. Mary Hall, widow of Dr. W. E. Hall, formerly of Monticcllo, died at the Masonic Widows' and Orphans' Home in Louisville. Here's where the wear comes. Among the many public institutions Children's shoes need strong soles. remembered in the will of Col. Albert A. Pope aro Berea College, of KenBuster Brown Shoes have soles that wear. tucky, and Lincoln Memorial UniversiMothers say they never saw children's soles ty, of Cumberland, Tcnn. wear so welL degen Virgil Starns, the erate who shot his father to death In BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES in Pulaski rountv some weeks ago and For youngsters, $1.50 to $250 was held without bail, has been brought to the Danville jail for Wash., A dispatch from Spokane, aays that James Creekmore, formerly of Madison county, drew No. 100 in tho onenln? of the Spokane Reservation. Tho number insures him ajtract of good land in Spokane Valley In case no tiles Bridge Company has issued $1,500,000 on it. He was tho only Kcntuckian row money and havo n nino months of bonds to build a freight depot and among 250 whose names were drawn school and then vote an additional tax . make other improvements in Louis- out of 100,000 applicants. for the nurnoso of raising this rroney. A Somerset dispatch says: County ville. This was discussed and Murphy advised Judge Barnett has ordered a local op Mrs. George Bradley, of Flemings-burui to work in this election and Acton was killed by lightning whilo rid- tion election to be held In Somerset on and himself would just keep quiet. He ing horseback with her little girl be- Dec. 7 for the purpose of taking a vole wanted to do this because ho did not hind her. The child escaped injury, as to whether or not the city shall have Inwant the tax or knew he had no open saloons. The city has been "dry" but tho horse was killed. fluence. They finally agreed to help in Kansas, Oklahoma and tho South- for threo years. The "wets" say they wanted the poll $1.50, the election but west are sutlcring under tho most in- will win this time sure, and the "drys" which they knew would bo voted down. tense heat in many years. Tho ther- seem just as confident of victory, say We agreed on a poll of $1 and 20 cents mometer reached 110 degrees in Musko- ing they will have a better organiza on property. Later wo were Informed tion and will make a stronger fight thsn gee, Okla., the other day. that the tax payers were not in favor of Dr. II. W. Kcidel, a Murray dentist, they did three years ago the $1 poll. Murphy and Acton objected blew out his brains after firing threo o called tho to levying any less. MATRIMONIAL. shots at several gentlemen who were board together and voted for n poll of quietly passing his home and wounding John G. Saylor and Miss Matilda GOc. We then sent n petition to Judge ono of them F. F. Acree. Coldiron will be joined in wedlock's S. Owsley to order an election. Be Ton persons were Injured nt Chicago, holy bonds at Mont Brock's fore tho petition had timo to reach at least nine of them seriously, when a Miss Annie Phillips and Mr. W. Port we were informed that Mur suf- Stanford portion of the 12th Street bridge over er Robinson, both of this place, drove No mtferhow long you bavo phy and Acton were trying to influence will the Chicago river, which was weakened to Lancaster Wednesday morning and fered, Foley's Kidney Itcmedv vote aguinst this additional tax. Howon, of men to by construction work, collapsed. were married by Elder F. M. Tinder. holn you. Mrs. S L. known here that because It is well suf Secretary of War Dickinson, in an They were met at Lancaster by Judge W. Va., writes? I was Wayne, Murphy and Acton could not rule the nt in his A. D. Ford and Mrs. Eliza Ballard, fcrcr from kidney disease, so that and board and employ tho teachers they elTort to stimulate ritle practice Na who stood with them during the cereI could not get out of now trying to State, will cive a tronhv to the times wnntwl. ihnt thev are htralght. tional Guardsmen of Tennessee making mony. They went at once to the home 1 did 1 could not stand when school. Last year when the One ruin the highest record of 20 shots annually. of Mrs. W. J. Hogan, an aunt of the I took Foley's Kidney waa crowded and not seats the becond school John Mitchell was shot dead at bum- - bride, whern an elegant dinner served bottlo and part ot tho employed In their dollar enough, they had girls III., by Marshal Skaecs. in a run in courses was tendered them. Thence cured mo entirely." It will euro jou. homt'8 to do housework who lived out ncr ning fight, after Mitchell and two con Drug Co. lv niitnmnhile to Kicholasville for. ,a Sold by New Stanford but who came in on or of the district ' federates had blown open the safe of "V fewhours, then to Lexington to visit suw him kiss you! I about the first day of school free, one tho Her Mothcr- -I and taken out $G0 in relatives. Thcv will visit Covington, not for a of them being over ill years, the pa- cash. am tcrnbly shocked. I did Cincinnati and other points before re children imagine he would dare take trons paying tho tax and thuio A gang of boys, ranging from 12 to moment a lovame ..u - lihortv. Herself -- Nor did I, crowded for five months before they 15 years in age. who havo been camp- turning home. Tho bride is disposition, lady,po3sessed of a beautiful of gloves would agree to have the matter adjust ing along ma. In fact, I bet him n pair the Little Miami River for while the groom is a gentleman in an ed. This Is a fact and they can not de he daren't! Ho is to bo congratIn somo time, havo partly confessed to tho tho word implies. ny it. Murphy was elected trusteo y burning of many houses in Hyde Park, ulated on winning her heart and hand. tickling ordry cough cm boqulck-l- 1907, for two years, according to his A Cincinnati. A Friend. loosened with Dr. Snoop' Cough own handwriting in the minutes when Tho Q. & C. has awarded tho conMr. W. Porter Robinson and Miss Jtcmcdy. No opium, no chloroform, he was secretary; and this is also tho tract ot $125,000 to Oliver Bros. & Sold by statement of men who were trustees at Annie Phillips gave their many friends nnthlni? untafo or harsh. of Kr.osvillc, to remove 200,000 Penny's Drug Store. that time. His timo expired In My, cubic yards of earth in preparation for a surnrise bv drivine to Lancaster Wed nesday and having the matrimonial knot UKW. A man was elected trusteo to the construction of the new bridge over tied. Elder F. M. Tinder performed Murphy refused him a fill his place. Wo are overcrowded nnd must All Summer cooda must be Fold at Cost. the Kentucky River at High Bridge. certificate of election and is now serv- The new bridge will be 30G feet above tho ceremony at his homo in tho presrote the prices: Nunnelly and wife make room for our Fall stock of new, fresli goods. ence of Mr. L. P. ing as trusteo unlawfully and against and Mr. Sterling Curtis and wife, who every voter in the low water mark. 814 43 sriilnlnK tho will of almost Men's Suits were yelling at 822 50 now UouMt nim enrr inn ' i """- Richard D. Watson, Cashier of the drove over with them. After the mar",:". and ImnliMKM n 12 98 """"V; Ai.nn , ,K,uf.j district. at 818 00 now Men's Suits wero Selling Central of Georgia railroad, was shot riage Mr. and Mrs. Robinson drove to llrlnij uVIot. J. J. lltl.tir.s A iVBIniilimUo We have tho minuto books, the opin10 98 and perhaps fatally wounded in his of- Nicholasville, Lexington and other CenSuits were Selling at 815 00 now Men's ion of attorneys who have seen them, fice at Augusta by Miss Elvira Todd, tral Kentucky points, where they will 8 98 Men's Suits were Selling at 812 CO now 1 and a number of tho most reliable men aged 22. Six Bhots were fired at Wat spend a few days -- with friends. On 48 n Men's Suits were Selling nt 810 00 uow hero who aro witnesses to these son, three of which entered tho Ibody, their return they will be at home to Nolle.! h.r.1 4 48 facts. Men's Suits were Selling at 8 7 50 now one just above tho heart. In her state- thoir friends and well wishers at the W. F. Lane, I'res., to tho police Miss Todd accused Watson Phillips home on EaBt Main street. The 83 'J5 itnliintliry nl KranVfort umWr th Men's Low Shoes wero Selling at 84 00 now Morris Wall, Secy. Htt of causing her downfall. 2 08 M. B. Smith. groom is a substantial farmer and a Selling at 8'5 50 now Men's Low Shoes were mighty clover man, while his bride is 38 Klt'll JUii". "" " Low Shoes were Selling nt 8.'5 00 now Mcu's CHURCH MATTERS. HM ItlWIKVn.U Seared With A Hot Iron, one of our very best women. Wo join 98 Men's Low Shoes wero Selling at 82 oO now overturned kettle cut bcalded l bo held at tho their leirion of frends in wishing them Union HEADACHE or a knllo bruUed by siainmcd door Christianservices will Rev. lnnc lives filled to overflowinc with 38 with church Sunday night. 82' Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling at $ 50 now Injured by gun or In any other way genuine happiness. T. W. Barker will preach. proHTiy w"." Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling at 83 00 now linvliiK our lly k ..V. III l. Kim J""" n '.:., the thing needed at oneo U Eld. Joseph lliillou will preach his 1 98 v Ladies' Low Shoes were Selling at ?2 50 now uJxiTu"xo,ll ll jour iwrui " Arnica Salvo to subduo Inflammation 50th anniversary sermon Sunday mornSu My ; 'Twas A Glorious Victory. 1 38 Low Shoes wero Selling at 82 00 uow Ladies' and kill tho pain. Itcarth's bupremo ing at tho Christian church. There's rejoicing In Fedora, Tenn. 1 10 healer, Infallible for Dolls, Ulcers, Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 81 50 now Rev. T. W. Barker will return In A man's life has been saved, and now Fovor Sores, Kczeina and l'He9. 25c at time to preach at the Methodist church Dr. King' New Discovery is the talk 8.9S Straw Hats, 81 50 Value now Penny's Drug Store. Sunday morning. Hts subject will be of the town for curing O. V. Popper of ! 1 38 FARMS FOR SALE Straw Hats, 82 00 Value now Kingdom li Within You." "The "I It Is reported that W. P. Walton will The Ladies Aid Society of tho Pres deadly Jung hemorrhages. ho could 2 24 811 00 Valuo now Straw Hats, wl.h to.. iirhataly W Ky. J..ur fifZ hiiv and take charco ot tho Lexington writes, not work nor cet about," ntjuinlo.l.lncotii 2 98 church at Junction City will "and tho doctors did me nogood, but, Straw Hnts, 8'i 50 Valuo now -y. .. We will be glad to know that byterian Gazette. o ru. a.linK. good Isanti c.' IIInr. Pf ini yI lililli nslnir Dr. King's New Discovery n ntt witter. again, and give nn ice cream supper at tho aftr tho old man is in tho harness Alio h "M"""".1.1 Hall there this, Friday evening. thrco weeks, I feol like a now man, nnd lor"""." All well Unpriced. tho Gazette, while a good paper, woulU ",c,ory- to can do good work aguln." For weak, n.l'.HU'l'I.K, bo improved with his work in tho edAll persons uro recommended lungs, Cougtis and Htanord,Ky.,.lf. l.So.y itorial columns. London Democrat. take Foley's Kldnoy Remedy for back-acti- soro or diseased Fever, nnd Kidney and Colds, Hemorrhages, Huy "Health Coilee" Is tho cleverest bladderrheumatism It will quickly corAsthma or any Bronchial aftrouble. imitation of real colTco over yet made. Irregularities, which, If fection It stawls unrivaled. Price 60c. created It from puro parch- rect urinary Dr. Shoop free. Sold and neglected, may develop Into a serious and 81. Trial bottle ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Pino In guaranteed by Penny's Drug Storo. Illness. It will restore health and llavor Is made In just ono minute. strength. Sold by New Stanford Drug Hand-MaOnn of the shortest sermons on rec 30 minutes tedious boiling No 20 or de Reasonable Prices. Co, ord was that preached at the funeral of Sample free. Penny's Drug Storo. woman ot tnobiuait Oillcial announcement ot the purchase Mma. Cresswell. a Charging her husband, Maj. J. Fletchof a controlling Interest In the Chicago, restoration neriod in England. She be Wo lmvo for stilo a great many detho Central of Cincinnati and Louisville railroad by queathed $50 to fee a clergyman to sirable farms, located in Marion ami er Hanson, president of with infatuation with Edwin Hawley is expected in a few preach her funeral sermon, stipulating udjoiniug counties. la sires, these Georgia railroad, cruel treatment, There are plenty cheaper buggios but there are none better. Muggy furms rango from tho very small farm a Mr. Horner and of Macon, Ga., days. The C, C. & L. will give the C. that ho was to mention her name and Mrs. Cora L. Hanson, work, 810; phaetons, 812; surreys, 814 aud up, accord& O. an outlet to the Great Lakes and to speak nothing but well of her. He painting, limt-cl- a to tho very large one. Prices very filed suit for divorce In tho superior its purchase is one of Mr. Hawley 's got over the obvious difficulty by brief-i- v rcaeounlilo. ing to tho sire. Per set, buggy steel tires, best quality, at 83.50. Buggy allndinir to any praise except this: court. .m plans for the enlarging of the C. &0.'a and leliucd Thcio lands aro adopted to the culin 30 otinco rubber at 88. Buggies howas born well, .he lived well and tops Tho little Catidy Cold Cure Tablets importance. tivation of all tho crops raised iu othVA). t 111 leather and reliueU tor lumber tires, t was born with Bt $10. Buggies died well, for she er portions of tho Uluo Grass region. called Preventles, will in a few hour For lndhrostton and all stomach she Cresswell; she lived in ,i.0 ou the market aud the lowest tiricea, Uoodyear anil Kelley, at V14. a IllliJ miney iuira.-- wv safely check all Colds or LaUrippe. trouble take Foley's Orlno Laxative, the name of We have Sold by Penny s as U stimulates tho stomach and liver Clerkenwell and Camberwell and she n . Goodrich at lib'. Wo solicit your trade, you are interested, writo or Try them! tiou. If died to Bridewell." Drug Store. all ou us. t and regulates the bowels and will posiIn1 MM There were 12 deaths from heat constipation. ! mercury reached 113 at UcAles- - tively euro habitual tThe ! " City ia 12 tours Tueaday. Kama Bold by New Ssaaford Drug Co. Tuesday. ... ... wh Tho wife of Senator Cullom. oft Illi nois, Is dead in Washington City. Kino's Mountain. Aug. A largo barn owned by Charlie Beat- are hundreds of people who read the tr, of Owen county, was burned by Interior Journal who do not know anything about tho King's Mountain lightning. The L. & N. netted nearly $5,000,000 Graded School and we think Murphy In earnings during the fiscal year endand Acton made a mistake in publishing ing June 30. the statement ai they did that will al While trvlmr to learn to swim. J. D. purpose most circle tho if lobe for tho Cobb went to his death in the Kentucky of trying to justify themselves for not levying a school tax. They knew that River at Frankfort. John C. Latham, formerly of people hero did not belicvo their story died in New York City, where and then was the time to stop. They he was a prominent banker. in ono statement that they urged say young James Odell, a us to levy tho tax and in another state Anderson, la dead In tho Fox ment they say they did not say any- man of thing about It for they knew wo would Creek section of that county. While tho mercury registered EG In vote against tho levy. Why did they New York Monday it stood at 110 at think we would vote against levying a Muscogee, Okla., for an hour on that tax when they knew wo had all agreed day. to make the lew any time. They re Simpson county authorities aro unj fer to meetings of tho board in tho lat ablo to locate the person who fired on May and first part of Juno ter part of an automobilo party from Nashville In which they say they urged us to levy pissing through tho county. the tax. At the date of these meetings Argyle Lett was held to tho grand and secretary and they were president jury without bail at Henderson for tho why would they bo urging us to sco killing of Durwood Denton, who, it is that the tax was levied T board on July alleged, wrote letters to Mrs. Lett. At a meeting of tho and JelTersonvillo The Louisville 14. President Lane suggested we bor17.-T- hero well-know- n IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. They say Perryvlllo Is to havo an up- newspaper. The wife of Dr. Phillip N. Foley Is te dead at Danville, aged 24. C. E Whitehead was drowned in tho Cumberland river five miles below Wll-- I liamsburg. ItOOHI IiOOK! W0W00I0 vTv iiJuiwV safe-keepin- g, Just Received a Large Shipment of g vis-Ito- rs Buster Brown Shoes. & Dan-vill- lJ, post-offic- e Cummins Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Hun-nirii- CUT PRICES: 4 J.J.BELDEN&CO. NOTICE well-know- STOP THAT I..I-.I...I- .F ""' niu-klen'- s in 1 Jun. """.' -- Mnc-cabe- '" 'i-- iil e, SAM KOBINSON, STANFORD. KY. f ineBIue OrassFarms i Use Arnold's Buggies. m lt ctil Ur. c. ir, Okla., MMBIUrtWn J"" rMllll I l IfY. 1 1 i?V"' - - r p ', r- j i M 1 I The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket Kor Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY. of Lincoln. Kor tommonwealth' of Attorn?, CHARLES A.HARDIN, Merer. KorHtnteHenntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. Kor Itcnre.entattvu, W. H. SHANKS Kor'ounty Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY Kor County Attorney, Gov. Haskell, of Oklahoma, who la being pursued In legal proceedinRS star The properly Avenue, Mian ted at the behest of Roosevelt, Is tight-In- g ford, occupied on PanTllt Wither. Ha a by W. U. the devil with flrejby filing sensa- rood residence and outbuildings are good tional allegations, one of which Is that lil (? garden.shape- Hplendld cittern and and In Intention line neighborhood. Will sell privately. the grand jury was forced to indict him Mrs. Hugh Held, K. I. Pennington, Miss for the alleged Muscogee town lot -Mary lenningion, Hinnioru, Ky. frauds after they had voted not to doJso by being told that they would be Indicted for perjury If they failed. Thoj persistence of the fight against Haskell , I deilre to sell privately my stock of Grohas degenerated the prosecution fnto a ceries and Ilnnlwnre. lotng a good butl- persecution and created ureat svnuia- - nest. Will invoice about limO. Henson thy for him by those who know tho ill neaitli. OKO. 1). HOI'l'Klt. Hlanford. Ky, character of tho fight. first-cla- HOME FOR SALEI Stock of Merchandise for Sale. The comptroller of the currency Is NOTICE! Notice of amplication for nnrdnn nf fieri. ItMige,hu ns convicted of forgery In the circuit court of Lincoln county lit the May termor snld court, luv, will ink the governor for pnnlon of Mild convict iirvl nil who object will notify the governor and stnte In writing any objection they inny hat against the snine. Application for this pardon to lie made Wednesday Heyt. 1, HV. HICK flKNOK. Aug. IS, lum. ! V.S.BURCH Kor Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE Binding out letters containing a num-- l ber of questions concerning banking matters, to directors, in order to see If they are on to their jobs and tho ho is receiving shows that tho average director no more directs tho bank than he does the universe. If directors really directed wo would hear much less of defalcation by tho other officials. i ufaH' 1 IV $ f - "w 'i'v ' r fESaffitftHL-BLvVlLLKZ w. l. Mccarty Kor Hherlff. Harry Jacobs, ; VEIISklsj' BHii3Cv3 i fm 'tiKi v r',J 'gf i&'v a?i ' "" VsH& VaTTLr '"iySj jMlrVX.st V1 For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER 1 n it For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Asicsior, JOHN C PEPPLES KorHuoerlnlendent of Hchooli, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT Kor Magistrate Htnnford Dlitrlct, JAMES McKECHNIE Kor Constable Htnnford Dlitrlct, I. M. BRUCE Kor Magistrate Oral) Orchard Dlitrlct, J. WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle Dlitrlct, J. K HELM, SR For Magistrate Wnynesburg Dlitrlct, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Comtalile Waynesburg Dlitrlct, JOHN G. BAUGH Senator Gore, tho blind statesman Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of from Oklahoma, is talked of for tho Monupresidency next time by the democrats, t Marblo and Should he be nominated and elected ho would find out so many strango things Markers and l'oiti, Cemetery and. Lawn aiesaud hettces. limce and works in government that he might be able to Kinney, Ky. sing "Once I was blind but now I can Cranito ments, M see." I The motor plow is the latest. With it an acre of land can be broken for 25' cents, whereas it costs $3 to plow it Owing to and wanting to with horses. It may come to pass that nwuy from home some this summer. I have Dlx Rlier decided to rent my the farmer's life will become such a Holler Mills, driven ty water and stenni s power. Good location. Mill In that the cry will be back condition. W. H.TItAYLOIt. to the farm instead of on to the city. first-clas- MILL FOR RENT! "fe I'SSlHf? UK? y" It. F. D. No. 4, Htanford, Ky. is about to harvest 300,000,- 000 bushels of corn, after a record wheat crop. No wonder the populist has fled the State or become a million- Kansas Two Small Farms for Sale! S3 - Edcrhcimcr, Stem & Co. sV r. T acres, good A room One containing dwelllng.good und outbuildings, With the tariff passed and the Thaw all under good stock barn eery field well fence and In oung orchnrd, a yrars ended we are at a loss to know watered; 1 acre grass; all In good state of trial old; Hacresln and what the daily papers will find tq fill up cullltntlon; raised l,u pounds tobaccoyear, IS bushels what per acre on It last with. l'rlce, to. second tract of 114 acres with tenant bouse, 81 foot tooacco barn, well watered.au acres under new fence, balEditor Beckham delivers a broadThis and That. ance In fine timber. 15 acre well cleared. side at his I democratic critics line corn nnd tobacco land, l'rlce, K. Mulles Month anent his warning concerning the unN, The Russian gives more attention to set nlke. Tract So. ofIsHtnnford on Somer- 1 1 on Dike: So. S 1) aholy aliiance;between Mr. Watterson the art of dancing than the people of mile from pike on county road. Address or II. 0. 1IKKHV. see me at htanford, Ky. and John Whalien and their attempt to any otherfnation. capture tho State for the liquor inter In the hold of one of the I esta, the one proclaiming that "nodenv steamers there were recently 20 tons ocrat can be a prohibitionist" and tho of ostrich feathers. Lincoln Circuit Court. other representing all that is low In the Harry Buckley, one of the best known II. llur-ge- s II. Wheat l'HI.,vs nefarious traffic in liquors. All tho men of Lawrenceburg, suffered a stroke Maggie Defendants. NoticeLennsale. of etc.. to n Judgment rendernl In In obedience same the is right. De of paralysis and his condition is critical. the above styled action at the May term, mocracy can not afford to pay tho price The use of rat skins In various indus- 1W.V, the undersigned Commission r will on P. O. Crib Orchird, Ky of the support of these bolters and tries haslcreated a demand in London MONDAV.HKIT. 13TII. !'., G. h. l nny 15. H.Uiffey K. It. Coleman court day, between the hours of I and marplots. The State Journal's fight alone to the amount of nearly 200,000 county In houae door In t v.:m.. front of the court at public out- Is nowon for the season. Write to Spears on them has had the effect of driving a year. Htnnford, Ky..olTer for snle best bidder, on u Klsher, Manager, for folder. cry to "the Mr. Watterson to Europe and Bucking-baArthur Eads, of Middlesboro, fell in credit of six highest i.nd tract of land In months, the MOT WEATHER owned by llr.uint Ky.. John into the background. Bully between cars on the L. & N. at Big Lincolnat county, of his dentil, tuuuded oil ! the time llobbs for Beckham I His fight for pure and Stone Gap and was killed. He was the North by the lands of W. I. (Jrlmes; onthe Hoilth bvthe Htnnford and Trenchersundefilcd democracy is bearing fruit. I desire to sell urlvatelv mv farm of 37 coupling cars. vllle turnpike: on the West by the lands of een miles Mrs. Harry K. Thaw was taked from the The Marv K. Warren, containing KA, acres. acres. In Lincoln count).from Mawood.from on object of the sale Is for reinvestment. Stanford nndmile from The president has issued an order to Westchester county (N. Y.) jail back TKHM. Honu wiin approve! securii, good road4 two milespike. In good neighTKY OUK route and take the census out of politics, after to his old headquarters in the Mat n piijable to the Cmnmlssloner. will be re- - borhood, close to church, rural all very r- ', Ijind mile from qulredof thupurchnser, ln'iiringd Ier cent. ductlve, , Talcum I'omlerH, grass, tmlunce In cultlhaving decreed that only republicans Interest from dut of sale until paid, having vatlon; all farm Ingood fence, t'omforlable -' Asylum for the Criminal Insane. under force und e!Tct of n Judgment, and house of shall be appointed in Kentucky and the six rooms; new barn ami all other :ionge, Hungary have the Germary, Austria and secured by Hen on the land. Eastern States.fJIMr. Taft seems to be established museums in Constantinople J. II. I'AXTON, Master Cotn'r. outbuildings. Abuudanceof Ifnewnter nnd Hath Urtislicti, iruilut nil kinds. l'. M. McllOUKltrri, Atfy for 1'IH. trying to fool somebody, but he makes for the display of samples of various J.T. LIVINtlSTtlN. It. F. I, No. I, Htanford, Ky. Toilet and Hath Soaps as big a mistake as Gov. Willson does manufactures that interest the Turks. AND ESPKCIALLY in the fooling business when he pro- J. A. Lyddanc, one of the most prom JO PER CT. REDUCTION, claims inent business men of Owensboro, and Our Ice Cold Sxlu Water with Jcrrey Cream C. B. PRUITF, candidate for the democratic nomina Fatausts can find fact for their the- tion nnd Fine Fruit Flavors. for mayor of that city, died Wed' Moroland, Kentucky, ory in the statement that a boy who nesday. For 110 days. Ill order to clean up on had fallen from a fourth story building Danville A Hustonvllle pike of Ski ncres CiireU, The court of inquiry in the case of On Lincoln county, Ky..1, mile from More-lan- glo 10 Druggets, reduction. ltngs, Ktr, Will In in a Pennsylvania'town was killed in an Iluiesoine rare iiercent. Is well Improved, good well bargains In big This Lieut. Sutton has decided that no pos and cistern farm abundance of stock water In close outs millinery. Horn- -Nice bargains accident to the automobile in which he In wall Duller. nnd selection springs. Most of framed pictures. Now-- Is jour time to furnished was being conveyed to the hospital. sible charge of criminality lies against of farm In from mer-fnlllngran. I desire to srll this farm buy a handsome mantle mirror. Call and stock Some peoplejsecm born to be hanged any of the participants in the fray ex In the next oodays.tog therwlth the high- see them. Choice selection of rockers. crop, the stock consisting of XI Oood Him of metal and wood, mtal and others to die tragic deaths, with no cept Sutton himself, and that Lieut. and Jennets, ft Jacks all uges, 10 brood and wood folding bred mattressstallion; s.1 es, springs, munches. Davenports, chairs, Sutton was directly and solely respon- marei. t registered; register-Stanford, Kentucky. escape fromjthem. ncres of corn: la or Ju stacks of hay; farm- suitcases, grips, trunks, extension tables, sible for his own death. ing Implements of eerydescrlptlon. I Mill centre tables, medicine cabin ts, glass, sell the whole outfit or any parted the stock snib, doors, dc. Cull nnd see us. The "drys" wonin 17 of the 21 counWell eiiulpoed stock of funeral supplies. nnil If I sell the fnrm without the stock, I POLITICAL. ties in South Carolina, whero the vote mutt sell not Inter than no uays mi as to gie Sertlce night or day. me time to make n sale) of my stock. Also O. II. I'ltl'ITT. Morelnnd. Ky. was taken Tuesday to choose between mules from work mules down Democrats and independent .republi- ImNelo-odprohibition and 'the county dispensary cans of Letcher county will nominate a to colts. You will have to see this farm to nppre-clnt- e system. The election was without ex- county ticket. the location and the ninny ndwinluges of this farm. Any person from it distance citement or; special incident in any Henry U. Meece was appointed post desiring to see this farm can come to MoreAtjueen land. Lincoln connty, Ky.. on county and a small vote was polled. master at Meece and Silas A. Douglas Crescent route, this farm beingthe only nbout STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ', mile irom station.KINO, Morehind, Ky. Keno, Pulaski county. Medical authorities assert that the at B. U. Giles Wright, of Ashland, was nomiman with a moustache deposits millions more of microbes than the clean shav- nated for State Senator by the republi ORGANIZED IN J 882. Thirty-secondistrict. en. Most women will, however, disre- cans of the CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. gard the warning. They claim that a Judge H. Clay Howard, a Bradley SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. man, was elected a member of tho moustache adds flavor to the osculatory State Centiat Committeo in the seventh HAS PAID, IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 performance. Ky. Lexington, district to succeed C. O. Reynolds. Combinei Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety HON. St. GeorgbIITucker's manGov. B. B. Comer, of Alabama, signThe Btnte University, Lexington, Ky.. or Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. agement of the Jamestown Exposition ed the income tax resolution, thus plac- fers the following courses, namely, Agrlcul We Solicit Your Account. Kngliieerlng.Cltll Kngl turul, Mechanical lost him the Virginia governorship. The ing Alabama in lino for the amendment neerlng, Klectrlcnl Knglneerlng, Mining Hclentlllc KniMnevrlnff.tllasslcal OFFICERS. DIRECTOR. people thought if he made such a fail- to the National Constitution. The res courses, each of whichand seieu oer four extends to a Ilachelor's degree; ure in managing that he was unfit to olution had passed both houses with on jenrsnnd leadsof Law and u Departmentalto F. Held, . II. Uaughman, I, S. Mocker, President;, of a Department take charge'of the affairs of a whole ly two votes against It, these being in Kducatlon, which last has been established M. D. l'.lmore, J. M. 1'ettai, S. T. Harris, Instead of tho Normal Hchool. I'ersoni who the House. State. II. C. Uaughman, , F, Cummins, enter this depurtmeut prepare for ailvaiued up-to-a- ate JohaJ.McHoberts, Cashier; a llucli. work The Laurel county Republicans nomi- elor's lu oedagogy and are granted completS, T. Harris, no. C. Kobiotoa, degree Tn tills subject when Dr. Euot is occupying the center of nated the following ticket by a primary: ed. The Academy for preparatory Instruc II. C. Baughman, Aist, Caih'r W. II. O'Oanoon J. S. Mocker, the stage at present with a new relig- J. J. Taylor, for Representative; W. tion is retained W.W.Saandert, Bookkeeper. C.iE. Tile. County appointees recehe free tuition, ion, which doesn't seem to us to bo any II. Jones, for County Judge; II. J. liege oi resiuence in ine uormuories, ueliuid light, truvulllig expenses. If they religion at all. Wo take no stock in Johnson, for County Attorney; Bill remain 10 consecutive iiiouthspur one collegtheio now advertising devises. Tho old Scoville, for Sheriff; John R. Jones, for ia te year. ilieiaiioraiories nuu iiiuseuui nre large, time religion Is good enough for us. modern. Jailer; Ira J. Davidson, for County well equipped, comprehensive and for as re. - fully provldid Military Clerk, and Rev. W. II. Iirunur, for As- iiilrtl byl'ongress I'liH uruduates In the several courses of Statistics show that women bring sessor. stud readily Und employment with llljerni Ftomsch trouWs li Uita irmptom of, and no) the larger number of divorce suits. reiiiunerntton. 'I'll" total number of ma- In itself a true dlseaie. We think of DripepiU, dlstasej, yel triculates for lust year wus l.u7i. Kach Uk lletvrtbum. and Indigestion as There muy und doubtless aro many reaTho Crime Of Idleness. piirtmeiitliasH sieclallst nt Its head, with they are lymptoms only ol a certain speijflo sons for it, but the fact that the man Nervs ilckno nothing elie. the necessary iiuiiiImt of uislitunu. Idleness means troulilo fur any one. 8hoop thli fact Youiik women Mud nil list to pay tho costs und both his und Its tho same with u lazy liver. It caus- with board and lodging. In excellent home, In It creation ol that tlntrorrectly led Dr.tomach th that now very popular f I'utterson Hull, Itemedr Dr. Snoop's ltfitonllrt. Going direct which U well eiuljiped with all the modern to may cut some figure her lawyers, es constipation, headache, Jaundice, conveulences. batiiroom, hall for physical lha stomach nerve, alone brought that lucres to Dr.bhoop Nullow complexion, pimples und blot- culture, nt Wlr week All courses ol study slid favor original and and hit iteitoratlre. Withhighly TlUI principle, no are oieu to women ou out thai Another "affinity" marriage has ches, loss of nppetlto, uausea, but Dr. lu the I'ulterslty with those appl) Ing to ucb lasting accomplishment were aver to be had. Identical conditions For stomach dlstresi. bloatlof , Mllouweu, Lad limles, come to grief In Philadelphia. The wifo King's New Llfo 1'ills soon banish ThecompUtlonof the Agricultural, Min- breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. bhoop'l is plaintiff in a suit for divorce and liver troubles and Tablet or. jour, and Kduca-tlobuild up your ing Hnglueerlng. iJtboratory uud coiumod n Itettoratlve can and win LiquidW and lee fofeh self what it sell and do. bulldlugs alford iiinplu $10,000, charging that the man who bcalih. 2ou ut Penny's Drug Store. lousiiuarlers for these departments, which tully re om mend was made for her beat her unmercifulare rapidly Increasing lit the number of ly. Tub large tobacco barn on Mr. C. E. Kor catalogues, methods ot obtulnlng regarding courses Tate's, farm on tho Hustonvllle pike, of study and terms of admission, apply tu The way the prohibitionists aro get- was moved about two feet by the seJ as. K. I'attkumon, J'h.D., LU bH lrci., ting in their work in the South, it may vere wind storm a few nights ago. The or tu I). O. FHArtcg, Dullness Agent. soon mom to bo trwuwa to evm men- barn bd about been completed with tb PENNY'S tion sa Utexleut STORE. Sept. 9, '0?. exception, of the brasteg Fall il aire. QSMBK l 1 Our especial effort is caring )u0mplcing3.t?obr?yi and young men wear. If you want the .iiimuoctiiu imioc niiNUS ways come to us and you can find them. IToung Mien. m FOR trans-Atlant- ic Commissioner's Sale H, J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. DRIPPING SPRINGS. SE3EEaaEBBBESaEEH33a HELP. m Small Farm For Sale school-hous- tea-wa- ' Farm for Sale g Mnt-ting- s. .V'. , PENNY'S DRUG STORE, 1 d - Dinwiddie & FIRST NATIONAL BANK, d The State University, Co., -- I Hustonville Ky., of goods. Undertakers and Embalmers. We car ry an line I t: Indigestion nl i Big Line of Chattanooga Plows, The Best Made. Dr. Shoop's tlbHi. Term Btins Sl.i ill A ,1. Restorative MUt GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. ieKeT?. t . j-- , ) .1 if iii "jft. iiy. -- - 3 For the remainder of this month (August), we offer any of our Men's High-GraShoes at 25 PER CENT. DISn makes as Florsheim $5 and $6 Shoes, Burt & Packard $4, R. J. &R. $3 to $4. Take COUNT. Such PER CENT. OFF and you have the price. This is a great opportunity to save monev. The combining of our 25 L "frv T J 1C T J L? w l IJ. rr r r lorDin anu owmuiu &iuv.iva Kvca uo tuu nmiiy suues. ttc nave raienis, vxun lueiais, ' lans, vicis.ana veiour. Come while we have your size. There is nothing better made at any price than Florsheim's Shoes, Anticipat your de well-know- . . .u. w A j4-- m L mT m X. .. 4 1 T 1 T 1 .. Fall needs. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Mrs. John F. Cash continues ill. & SON, Na STANFORD KY. canncl coal at Try a load. very - ; w i.- t W. O. Martin L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble James G. Hardin, of Monticcllo, is Eva Rout, daughter of Caleb Rout, Get Olympian Springs water at Shu-gahere. & Tanner's. They are solo agents Stanfohd, Ky., - Am. 20, 1909 Mrs. Anna Russell Is up from Leb- colored, died and was buried yesterday. . for It. anon. your order for Swiit's or leave Mit. E. T. Pence, Jr., is at thoBrod- - Globe Fertilizers with E. T. Pence, Taxes. -- The tax books for 1909 are Srr.cui, Joan of Arc 10 cent clear wo now ready. Come in and get your reStanford. will sell on Saturdays and Sunday only head fair. I'tnny's Drug Store. G cents itralght. Mrs. Hattie Bishop, of Hustonville, ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. City Taxes. Your city taxes for ii very ill. The L. & N. will run an excursion to Dr. L. II. Cook Is thought to be 1909 arc due. Please call and settle. PERSONALS. Cincinnati Sunday, leaving tho depot B. D. Carter, collector. We have n few Skirts left in Voilee, Pannmas, &c, nil col- somewhat improved. here at G a. M. $1.75 for the Mr. W. 0. Martin attended tho PerLisa a IIoltzclaw in with Miss ors, 2.r PER CENT. OFF FOR CASH. Miss China makes handryvillo fair. Katie Casa at Urodhcad. some and appropriate wedding presents. We alto have a few Linen "Wash Suits left. Regular prices Is visiting Mrs. Lee H. Stonc Miss Cary Rice, of Richmond, is the Sco Mrs. Catherine McClary. Eventually you will use either Rex from 88 to 812.5(1. Price now from 85 to 88. relatives. guest of Mrs. J. S. Ric. or Economy coal from Denham's yards. Miss Coiu Nunnellky is visiting Only one left. You will never have Why not begin now and Misses Susan Fisher and Sallie This is thi? fccaranVgooiR Latest styles and best patterns. save the diffriends at Corbln. the chance again to buy a sewing ference ? Woods are with Richmond friends. Our lo-- s M your gain. VerJamus I. White went up toMt. Mrs. G. G. Perry and little Bettlc machine for less than factory price. Don't forget the tremendous CUT we are making on nil OxJ. T. Wilkinson, of Stanford, Is at non Wednesday. W. H. Mueller, the jeweler. Perry are with Richmond relatives. visit-Ip- k the Whipp Hotel, ready to press and Miss Kate Daviess IUney is fords. Judge J. W. Alcorn and Dr. G. G. I will have on hand the coming clean clothes for the next two weeks. friends In Perryvillo. Perry spent a few days In Lexington. You may also take any price of Dress Goods in our house at week "Lightning" balanced power gas- Liberty News. Mrs. Sam Goldstein is back from a Miss Frances Thomson, of Boyle, . 25 PER CENT. OFF. oline engines, lightning power grinder, visit to relatives In Ixmliville. was the guest of Mrs. L. R. Hughes. Lost, black shepherd dog, four white Big CUT on all other lines. Come to tee us. Mesdames Will and Neeley Stone Miss Grace Otter returned yester- cob corn and small grain cutters and feet and fat. Left last day of fair. blowers for silos. J. O. Reid, Stan-frofriends In Uellevuo. are vlsltlnc day from a visit to Louisville friends. Reward. A. R. Matheny, Stanford, Mrs. J. S. HlCE has returned from Hon. Harvey Helm and Mr. R. M. R. F. D. No. 1. City after o protracted visit. Cave Ncwland attended the Perryville fair. Grand Master John D. Carroll, of Messrs. McMillan ash Ei Rankin The Brodhead fair is in full blast Miss Mollie Daugherty went to Frankfort, was here Wednesday night are visiting relatives at Uurrulde. Perryvillo Wednesday to visit friends. visiting I. O. 0. F. Lodge No. 156. with a good show of stock y and a big Mr. Marshall Stone, of this ofllce, is the . Miss Elizabeth Daughman, of DanJudge Carroll is a member of the Ken- crowd in attendance. Is spending a week in Cincinnati. Go up. ville, is the guest of Miss Nancy Yea-ge- tucky court of appeals and represents last of the series. . Mr. J. H. Uocker and wife, of this district upon the bench. s The farmers are cutting their tobao spent Wednesday with Ed C. Gaines, the hustling insurance co and farm help is exceedingly scarce here. agent of Lancaster, was hero yesterSTANFORD. KENTUCKY. WRAY.-- Mr. David W. Wray, who and high. Those who know say there Miss Ida Lek Uouiine. of Lancaster, day. formerly lived in this State and was a will bo a heavy yield of the weed. Mifc). Mattik Nevius is with her spent several days with her sister, Mrs. . brother of tho late James M. Wray, of W K. Wrnrner. daughter, Mrs. J. E. Ruck, at Gilberts this place, died at Benton Harbor, tARM for sale. lisacre farm on Mr.a. J. H. NEVIV8 and baby, of Leb Creek. Mich., last week. He is survived by Dix river, four miles North of Stanford anon Junction, are visiting her parents Messrs. E. C. HorrER and W. S. his his widow and four grown children. and near Hubble. Improvements fairly In this county. Drye were hero from Hustonville yesgood and splendid new barn. J. F. Judt.k M. C. SAUfLEY attended the terday. The fiscal court was in session Wed- Rigney. Stanford. Morgan's Men at Park's 1'itoK. J. W. Ireland will spend next nesday about half of tho day, passing reunion of Judge Gann, who was county judge week conducting the Mason county in- on county road claims, which will Hill this week. Dr. J. It. Steele, of Junction City, stitute. amount to about $7,000. Judge Ows- of Russell, died at the home of his was on Tuesday's train tn routo to the ley tells us the claims will run about daughter, Mrs. E. Ora Gooch, at Puor. M. G. Thomson, of North SupeDisc Unrbourville fair. was here Wednesday with $1,000 less than lait year, when all of yesterday morning, aged about W. U. O'Hannon friends. C5. Tho remains will bo taken to Dr. and Mrs. them como In and aro passed on. imDrill drove to Lexington and spent several Jamestown for interment. Misses Rorerta and Katie Eads Badly Hurt. F. Logan Thompson, days with friends. have returned from a visit to friends in in The republicans will meet here towho lives in the Goshen section, was Mesdames W. T. West and Kobcrt Lexington. morrow nnd go through the silly perguests of Kmbry, of Lancaster, were Miss Rose Uuckner, of Lebanon, kicked by a mule and badly hurt Tuespassed up to Crab Orchard on Wednes- day evening. Ho had driven tho animal formance of nominating a county tickMrs. W. U. O'Hannon. all up to shear him and in tying him he et. As the honor is an entirely empty Mrs. It. C. Uocker and daughters, day's train. began to kick him. One foot struck ono wo opine they will have trouble in Misses Janio and Mary Katherinc. are Mrs. A. C. Hill is visiting Miss finding enough men who are willing to You will no in attending the Richmond fair. Palmer at Kirksville nnd attending him in tho stomach and tho other on the oITer as lambs for sacrifice to make up and the Richmond fair. end ot his chin, rendering him unconMisses IsAnELLn Haldeman on line, full ticket. Miss Georcia Lewis Is down from scious, in which condition he remained a Margaret Edwards, of Louisvilc, passed for 10 hours. Orchard Wednesday. Richmond, tho guest of Misses Mary up to Crab DROrpED Dead. Will Hardin, brothMr. Fred NEiaiinoiis, of Louisville, and Elizabeth Higgins. er of the late Mark Hardin, of this big Laurel County Fair, London, The was thu guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Mrs. O. P. Huikman and Miss Marplace, dropped dead of heart trouble in garet Huffman have been guests of Mr. Ky., Aug. 21, 25, 2G, 27. Hon. W. O. Memphis, where he was engaged in Warner Tuesday and Wednesday. Bradley, U. S. Senator from Kentucky, I. J. T. S. Elkin at Lancaster. Miss LlCClE Ueazley orders the business. He is survived by his wife Mrs. J. N. Horn, of Knoxville, is will deliver an address on the fair but left no children. Mr. Hardin atsent to her at Uindman, Knott county, visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam M. Helm, grounds on Wednesday, 25th, subject: tended his brother's burial here in Dewhere alio is engaged In school work. AL- "The Mountains of Kentucky." Hon. AND HANNAH ' in the Turneravllle section. MISSES I'EARL cember last. S. T. Harris, M. S. and J. Richmond P. Hobson, the hero of Sanaro vistting Hurbourvillo friends Messrs. DRIDCE county fair. tiago, and now a Congressman from W. Haughman and Sam Kmbry attendWe wish to express through the paand attending the Knox Wad-dAlabama, will deliver an address on the per our sincere thanks and appreciation ed tho Richmond fair yesterday. Rev. Geo. D. Verco went to Shelby county, Wednesday to fill Misses Jeanetti: Phelps and Lucile fair grounds on Thursday, Aug. 20, for the kindness shown us by relatives his apiolntment at that place Sunday. Walton, who havo been with relatives subject: "Kentucky and tho Nation." and neighbors during the illness and Prok. E. L. Gruiihs. of Shelby City, here, returned to Richmond Wednesday. Special excursion train from Richmond death of our little one, especially the Messrs. Geo. 11. Harris and Lewis via Lancaster and Stanford, stopping the undivided care and attention of the passed up to Crab Orchard Tuesday to organlzo a lodgo of Woodmen of Amer- Gill, of Lancaster, passed through to at all stations, returning the same day, physicians and nurse, also the thought-fulnes- s Indianapolis to tho automobile races on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 25 of Messrs. Dinwiddie and Sur-bica. and 2C. Trains stop right at entrance and the comforting words of Bro. Mr. S. S. Elmore and family have Wednesday. Montgomery and the choir for such Messrs. James C. Coulter, of Mid- - to fair grounds. moved back from Anderson. Ind., and sweet music. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Carnow HvingJIon tho Pepplea farm dlcburg, and F. M. Ware, of McKin-nearo lNquinY.-So.u- ire Dave R. Court ok passed through to the Orodhead penter. near Rowland. Adams held a court of inquiry at Miss Agnes Moore, of Cincinnati, Is fair Wednesday. Kingsville Tuesday for the purpose of Dry Fork visiting herjuncle, Mr. Cicero Reynolds. Trueheart Bourne, who has been looking into the assassination nf James Douule KiLUNQ.-- At church, near Phil, Casey county, SatMiss Elizabeth Uunn entertained in her visiting his sister and aunt here, left yesterday to be with relatives at Hunt- A. Engleman, agent of the Q. & C. urday night, John and Addie Chapman honor Wednesday afternoon. railroad. County Attorney W. S. became engaged In a fight with John Rankin, of Uurnside, ington, W. Va., for a short while. Misses Kate Burch, Sheriff T. J. Hill and Deputies Perry Luttrell and family and when the Rankin, of Lan m Mnr and Jennio Hon. J. M. Alverson went to LexLee Hill and W. II. Hester were all Btnoko of battle cleared away Addie caster, arrived yesterday to bo. the ington yesterday to bring back his lino present. Some 40 or GO witnesses were Chapman and John Perry Luttrell were Alice Rankin. automobile he bought seven passenger miesta of Miss daughter, last week. Mr. James F. Cummins examined, but proof against none of found dead from wounds Inflicted with Mrs. D. H. Edmiston and If Drill them was sufficient to hold them to the knives in their breaBts, and John Chum-le- y Miss Llllio Paxton Edmiston, have re- and Claiborne C. Walton accompanied grand jury or an examining trial. Tho and wife, and daughter several weeks' stay him. turned homo after Journal. Mr. A. L. Spoonauore and wife, of railroad company has several detectives of Luttrell, wero both seriously woundat CrabOrchard.-Cour- icr at work on the case and we hope to ed with stabs and gun shot wounds. T. A. Rice entertained at her ColTeyville, Kas,, who are visiting relMrs. yesterday after- atives here, paid this ofllce an appre hear that the guilty party has been ap- Bad feeling had existed between the beautiful country home prehended ero many more days como Luttrells and Chapmans for some time, noon from 4 to C o'clock at a "porch ciated call yesterday. Thoy are pros and go. Let no stone be unturned in Three of the former family and two of In honor of Mrs. U. K. Bourne, pering in tho West and look as if the party" tho effort to arrest and punish tho black the latter are in jail at Liberty. climato thoroughly agrees with them. of New Castle. Mrs. W. A. Trhuile, who has suf assassin. Mr. J. T. Roberts and daughter, s for Miss Ina, of Hubble, and Mr. Thomas fercd Intensely with News cornea from Hustonvillo that a Underwood and daughter, Miss Anna, some weeks, waa taken to Louisville newspaper Is to bo launched in that nf Snrinafiold. Mo., wero guests at tho for an operation yesterday morning. thriving and delightful little city. The Sho was accompanied by her husband promoters, wo aro informed, are Messrs. home of Taylor Roberts. . Mrs. Pearl E. Hood, of Washing- and her brother, Dr. Pickett, of Mays-vill- Henry R Camnltz, who Is at present ton City, is spending a few weeks with with u largo printing concern in Cincin Mrs. R. J. Lyles, who has been with nati, but whose family resides at her mother, Mrs. M. V. Moore, at Hamilton Golloga for Tho College of Liberal arts A family rounlon was held at her sisters here, left yesterday morning Hustonville, and Smith D. Yowell, for Women, and tho College of law. for her homo in Nashville. Miss Sallio morly a merchant of tho West End cap tho homo of Mr. Mooro last wock. Tlireo fawjiiipes oinhracing 2.'1 acres. Mrs. Susan D.QYeagek entertained Cooko, of Pittsburg, l'u., who has spent ital. As tho former gentleman is a re Thirteen building with modern equipment. eucliro" at her home on Lancaster most of tho summer with Lincoln coun- publican and tho latter a democrat, wo "at AJuculty of 5(J chooen from tho best universities of America and Europe street Wednesday afternoon from 2 to ty relatives, accompanied her for a suppose the publication will bo Weekly Courier -Sliindanluwl elective courses leading to tlio degrecu of A, B. B., S., A. Owen brief visit. G o'clock in honor ofMesdumes in politics. Hustonville is a good M., and L. L. B. Miss Mary MonnisdN Matheny has business point and the promoters should AND W. Ingles and Sanford M. Allen, of New Scieuco Building recently erected at n C06t of 800,000. as her guests at her country home make a living, if not more, out of their Millersburg. Misses Josephine Carpenter, of StanStudents now in attendance from 25 States aitd G foreign countries. enjoyed a call from Mr. ford, Mary Etta Milllgan, of Lexingenterprise. The Interior Journal ofTills olllco Moral Influences, cultural environment, Bcholurly ideals rcasouublo ox A. W. Curd, of tho Uurgin section Wed- ton, Ruth and Marie Munday, of Louis-vill- fers its assistance In any way to tho penses. Miss Matheny entertained in their gentlemen above mentioned and invites nesday. Ho brought hisjfather, Mr. J, BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Tho session begins Sept. 13, 1009. Write for catalogue one of our physi- honor very delightfully last evening. to feel at liberty in asking any them T. Curd, up to have thins; they wteb. We wisk (hem sue cians examine him.The junior Curd RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, A. M Ph. D. Pres. LOCALS. cess and heartily welcome them into married UhM MinnleUuneky, of this LECINGTON, KENTUCKY Liberty Mr aext week. Um ranks of journals. Tub place. rs Wanted, a few shares of First tional Bank stock. This olllco. Pure &Co'n. J. II. Baughman 25 per cent. on. Hand-painte- Lan-cast- d. To-da- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., r. c. rcla-tive- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Oliver Plows, y, Harrows and the are three rior Grain portant articles necessary raising your wheat crop. We ready for you. have them mistake make us buying this uall when we can serve you. H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. cr y, you want the Best Hoosier." For sale by made, try the E. T. PENCE. STANFORD. KY. 1798 Trai)5ilvaoia University 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. gall-stone- NENRY o. WATTERSON'S PAPER Journal The Interior Journal a. ONLY $1.50. "J"" - - irr . - fii.'r- - 'I v The Interior Journal. Wntered in tit Pot- - Office at Stanford mrtitrr. L.N.TI7UETHBLE Ns. Jli Mouth, 11 iM r. at.. No.,Houlti,ll:flS A Ko.JI, North. 4t A. . No. M, North, 5:tf r. K. No.7, 10:17 a.m. No.aJiWr, M. JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. A. S. PRICE, Dentist, Surgeon STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building. FARM FOR SALE I Ttiefnrmof 140r.crrs, of good blue urns the ftnclnir good; plenty of mater nnd fruit. mile Also 12S acres of Umbered land oneplenty Eattof McKlnney Ihnlf under fence; of water and noon toimcco ianu. nw Mun- .i. A.niVKNH.Aaent. eg crop.; McKlnney, Ky. .oil lylnir one lnd. mniitard mile North of McKlnneynnd pike. Improvement, r ( When Ordering Clothes exHave your measure taken by a tailor of low perience. Then your clothe,, whethern nriM Kiiinn .nit nr the fluent evening clothe,, will have that Individuality and lit which plainly lndlcato they were made to your mensure. I will alo take jour mens-ur- e for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. HnrlnK and Humruer tamplei on hand rendy for jour inspection. It. O. UUri.KY.The Tailor, Btanford, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnlih the public 1th the best. n well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers,of on short wreaths notice. Also make a specialty for for funeral purposes. with the above, I have all In connection kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable PrlCe"cHlU8TMAN (HIKES' HOUWEH, Kn HUIIHAKD, I'HOK. Htanford, Ky. Insures Tobacoo and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, Fowlc, Rowland, Ky. 50 tons of good Fort Sale. timothy hay in stack; will have baled as soon as can Bell. G. Y. Conn, Lancas ter, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. At Alex Hicks' sale near Olympian Springs corn brought from $2.40 to $2.61 at the heap; yearling filly, $127; three jennets, $200; two small jacks, $50 each. Cattle Men! I have 200 acres of fine pasture, 21 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at 75c per head per month. G. i . conn, Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. At a meeting of the tobacco growers of Scott county SO per cent, of those present indorsed the Burley Society pool. There were no votes against the pledge. President Cantrill, of the So ciety of Equity, spoke in favor of the pool. A three months with a summer cold so distressing that It interfered with my business. I had many of the symptoms of hay fever, and a doctor's proscription did not reach my case, and I took several medicine which seemed only to aggravate It. Fortunately I Insisted upon hating Foley's Honey salt. It quickly cured mo. My 1E0 barrels of old corn. and Tnr. For Sale. George 0. Spoonamore, Preachcravllle, wlfo has slncousod Foley's Honey and Tar wlththo samo success." Sold by Ky. your wheat and corn to) J. S. New Stnn(ord Drug Co. Take Murphy, the McKinney miller. HighPalmer Webllng, cashier of the Kie-fest market prices. Bank at Tulsa, Okla., was fatally It is estimated that nearly 25,000 wounded by robbers who attempted to lambs were shipped from Carlisle dur- rob the bank. Webling lived nt White-villing the past week. this State. S. T. Towell, Jr., of the West End, l'nlns of women, head pains, or any is at the Columbia fair with his great pit in stopped in 20 minutes sure, with stallion, Almont Dare. W. II. Shanks bought threo jennets Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo at Hicks' sale for $200. Ho also bought full formula on 25c box. Sold by of Fred Brunschwelg a horse mulo colt Penny's Drug Store for JC5. An aged yellow Jersey cow, free FOR SALE1 milker but with one blind teat, left my Htock Dry (IrxMls. Notions, Groceries, place Tuesday. Please notify N. W. Hardware, Tinware, about li.HM. Do W. Carpenter, Moreland. Let J. S. Murphy, the McKlnney miller, do your custom grinding. Emory Bros.' Dald Hazzard ran second in a race at Windsor Wednesday. J. S. Murphy, the McKlnney miller, has just received a fresh car load of er e, Cured Hay Fever and Summer F ARUM'S DEPARTM1WT. Cold. For Salk. Sow and iix pigs. Mm. A.S. Niubaura, Bates ville, Indiana, L. H. Stone, Stanford. For Sale. 200 (rood stock ewes. A. writes: "Last year I suffered (or r Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens i National Life ing fair business. (1. 11. .tc.i I.llieriil terms. HAHUlH.Crati Orchard, Ky. Insurance Company 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; NOTICEI Those ha Ing claims against the estate of Mrs. Minerva Cobb will please present them properly proven to me by Aug. so. Iimi. Hu HAKti Onnn, KtAir., Danville, Ky. B. D. CARTER. New Llvorv Depot Streets Phone 96, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Third Week. Aug'. MASONS' MEET. THE SHOW OF 16. Farm for Rentfor 1910. 7 The Insurance Man, Kick From Turnersvllle. STANFORD, KY. Residence Phono SB; Olllce, M. Insure with mo ami bo fully protected. pa- .woH ,w -aj& HIDESFURS 0. SABEL & SONS, ttsa C1UHCD IN Reference, any Bank in Louisville. Writ: (or weekly price li.t and ship. p.njUgj. We fumuhwool bags tree. 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE. KY. realbcrs. Tallow, Beeswax, Gioseng, Golden Sal, (Yellow Root l, etc. We are Dealers, and can do belter (or you ihsfi ajena or merchant. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Life.Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, AH Kinds of Farm Property. Everything, Everywhere. Light- . ning, rire, i ornaao, i Will please give me space your paper for the following message: Too much interstate commerce, cheap wliisky and beer, commonly known among the booze fighters as "Cream of Hop3" for short, on tap in Turners-villOn last Saturday night week the whole neighborhood for two miles around was very much excited by the loud swearing, yelling and shooting in the vicinity of Turnersville and along the public highway leading to Stanford and Hustonville. It sounded very much to the civilized world like a band of heathens turned out of a dark wilder ness. Such conduct was enough to shock the modesty of the whole community and was demoralizing to the whole human race. The people of this country spend a great deal of money, and time, and sweat blood around the polls trying to elect men to ollico who will enact laws to protect the better class of citizens against such conduct as has been recently practiced in the Turnersville neighborhood. It would be well for some of the officers in power to make a close investigation of these Cream of Hops stands that are being operated all over the country. It would auG be well for Hie grand jury to take up the case and see who the A Citizen. gun toters are. e. ju Farm contains 1.11 acres. llrlck house of reoms, Imrns, cribs and all outbuildings and nnesprltiKiiUacresof liottom laud; ) cres upland, balance In grass and tlintx'r. Heedlnir rights this Full. Would like to rent before Kept. IS. Call on Mm. H VI LIR J. I'FNX IMITOV. Lincoln Lodge No. A) F. A A. M. w 111 meet 11. K. 1). No. l.Mtanford, Ky. In stated communication ou each first and third Monday nights oteach month, at 7 o'clock In their hall ou main streeet. HtanSURVEYING AND CIVIL ford. Ky. Members of sister lodges are fraternally Invited to be present. T. W. in Sec. ENGI-NEERIN- $345,000.00. SHOWS ;?Z9)CMlL!i:f72S, 1909 'i I" I am prepared todo all kinds of sure)ltia and cl 11 engineering promptly. My work will be. Kunrunteed and my prices are reasonable. Write me at McKlnney or call me orrthu telephone through the Huston tile Exchange. WAl.rKH.MoKJ.NNKY. Commissioner'sJSale The McKlnney Woolen Mills, McKlnney, Ky. .. me punue in making jeans. lllankets. r'lunnel. Yarns. Kte. Will either work wool or exchange goods lor It. Highest market price for wool. C. II. WltHJIIT. l'ror. ..Ul-CI- l.lueola circuit Court. As directed by a Judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendrrrd nt the Februar term, lim. In the action of W. M. Mcdutfey A. uunaviiiy ami Itiil llnililfalitlliulJ.I'lliiiiiilsslilll,, ana t inn-- ' others agaiiHt .. Ul u III TIS(1HS U lliri iiiiihi U ! Ml m I m 25 FOP. BIG Sffitfri SHOW AND $3O000?2pKi HIPPODROME IN PAVILION HORSE 5UILDINO alMiut fa now In operation and Is ready to ...... sere t CONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of concreting, such as lllock Work, raviuenlt and, lii fact, we can make any thing from e house dott n to a fence Kst. Wu can sere s you promptly and guarantee work und material. Call and get our prices before ) uu buy your material at least. tlr.t-clas- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD FOR SALE ! C0UK-TY Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Idis-cou- nt. J,L.Beazley&Co., A Una blue grass farm for sale situated ou Washington's Plague Spots new pike near I'oliit nnd six miles lie in the low, marshy bottoms of tho south of fjincaater, containing jvju acres. uell located in goou ueighborhotxi, iving Potomac, the breeding ground of ma- part of the John Walkor tract.wltha-haud-somnew. seenroom residence W. M BRIGHT, CASHIER, laria germs. These germs cause chills, thereon, with all necessiiryoutbulldlngsand S. H. SHANKS. PRESIDENT fever and ague, biliousness, iaundlce, good, new burn lUtdi). Well watered, six J. W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. J. B. PAXTON, falling springs and creek running liefer lassitude weakness and general de- through. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER . cash In tin nil. Tr.HM.t. bility and bring guttering or death to tuojiars from day of sale, balance one nnd HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. bearing six per Having sold my farm, I will sell to the thousands yearly. Hut Klectric Bit- cent interest uum pain. place please highest and bidder at my farm, one DIREOTORSi I'ersons looklnc for such write imlo Houth of llryantsvllle, Ky.,on ters never fall to destroy them and or see W. O. WALKrit, Htanford. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shnuks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford cure malaria troubles "They are the ItoN-r- t Hiitchlsoii'siorner; thence NrT'jW IW poles to a store In Hluiii Martin's Hue thence w Ith sniiie H W4 W 13 Miles to a Martin's corner; thence H :M", K HI IHilestoa uhlteo.ik. Htlghes and Jin' Itas tin corner; thence llastln's line. msV, K IW1 (Hiles ton stake oil the side of a hill it here a jxiplaratid two chestnuts Mere onlletl for V". T. Fox corner; thence N 1A W J xile to two l.uckeyes and white walnut, near a branch; thence H 71 W S lxe to a sugar tree lu a ilrnln, Win. Hutehbou's corner, thence with his Hue N Ti1, W i.l Kle to u dead, white oak, with ash, hickory and sugar tree iMilnters, fits rorner; thence hl Hue H ii' W SI poles. II links to a hickory, his corner: thence his line Hs) to a white oak, his corner, thence Ills lino at H l'4 WSoles,7M- links ton cherrr tree, - Mn V 7" pa!c hUrtirner lltne to the lieglnnlng containing rs acres, I rool and fioles of land. llonds with giKMl security for the purchase will Iw rviiulmloftliepureliaser. firlce per cent. Interest from date of sale until paid, payable to the Commissioner, hat ing the force nnd effect of a Judgment nnd secured by lien on the land. J. II. I'.VXTON. M.". I..C.C. 1'. M. Mcltolierts, Atty.for Tills. M.on MONDAY, HK1T. ITTII, lHW. count; rourt day In front of the court house diHir In rilanforil.Ky., oiler for sale nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six and It inonths.the tract of land, near Highland, Id Lincoln county, Ky, ostue.1 liy Jes.e McOlllTey at the time of his death uml thus llegliiulng at ndogwiMHl II links N "W W from ii spring. Win. HutchlMiu's corner: thence N A', ol poles to n store, lloliert Hutchison's corner In Win. Hutchison's line, thence N ni W la tailes to n slnre 1 DAILY RACES NATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON JTHE PASS 25 farm products ire ijiembltd frit ad meed Mead, amusement Is combined with Information. Show rain or shine, day and nljtht In the larfest and most mifnlilcent Lire Slock raillloa la tha world. quarter ol Million Will Da Here. C0HC INFORMATION-CATALOGUE-ENT- litre the finest lira slock ind the belt LOW RAILROAD RATES sVi J. W. NEWMAN, 320 Paul Jonea Dldj. liiinliij. m BLANKS, ADDRESS assji'isj IF " I LouUtIIIo. Ky. W'l'le Che Cincoln County national Bank or Stanford, Capital, Surplus, Resources, Kentucky. N $50,000.00 4O.000.O0 340,000.00 two-stor- v PUBLIC SALE! Thursday,Aug Promptly at 10 tonlo and euro for malaria I over used," writes It, M. James, of Louellen, S C. They cure Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Dlood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid. Try them, 60o. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. best d . . Kentucky Fair Dates. Under taKcre and Embalm. crt. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for til Kinds of Stock. Givo Them a Call. Prices Right. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, 4 0 A pf. v!K? m3. iRi.WT Undertaker. Cmbalmer and Dealer In'.Harneas. Saddlery, STANFORfcV- - KY 0ujrkaa,lr, Hotaolfboae s. Aug. 245 days. Elizabethtown, Aug. 243 days. Springfield, Aug, 254 days. London, Aug. 254 days. Somerset, Aug. 31 4 days. Frankfort, Aug. 314 days. Nicholasville, Aug. 314 days. Uardstown, Sept. 1 1 days. Fair, Middlesboro, Sept. 1 We, whose names appear below, strictly 4 days. forbid hunting, fishing or uny kind of trespassing ou our places and will prosecute viParis, Sept. 7 1 days. olators to the full extent of the law. Miss Mattle Ilewes, ltelchnubach llros. Montlcello, Sept. 7- -4 days. A.T.Traylor, Kentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept. Kred llaumann, N. II. I'lummer, Milium (looeh, It. O. Nuuuelley. Will Hester. 13 -- C days. J, W, llaughmnn. J. W. l'eck. David Hteveus, J.K.llruce wm.uoraier. It Is the weak nerves that ure cry-In- ? JohnUameulschi M. D. Klmore, Dan Traylor, (lotllbOllck. Kred llandorf, out for help. Then help them, 1). M. don't drug the stomach or stlmulato J. J. Thompson, Mr. anil Mrs.Anderson. Jas. II. Kadi j, r. sioser, Mrs. N.J. llorton the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. A. Kinusu Mrs. tleo. ugan, J.J.KIIIott. W. It. Daughertr. Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with rrauk rdler. ltev. Father leo, Dr.O.0. 1'errv. Dr. Shoop's Iltstoratlvo.uml see how H. II, llaughman, ii. v . names, Albright. Uriah A. 1'. fast good health will como to you Mrs. Margaret Uoocli, Jacob IUM1I, (lander W. II. Traylor again Test It and see. Sold oy (ieo. ii. (livens, Ham Itolwrts. John Jufer, Penny's Drug Storo. Amend Hohaefer, M.J. llolmaun, A.H.Matheny K.T. lieailey 1.. H. (lamer, Mr. J. 11. Owsley, To Mammoth Cave. August 25th on M.J. Morgan, 11. 1,. Kagaley, H.T. Harris, U.O. WatWlns, regular train. Last for the season. It. H.Urow, J. O. Hundley. $12.65 for a three days' trip. Includes I). K. McOlure, Mrs. Nannie II. flood, Autou llonecker. railroad fare, board at hotel, and the Anderson (Jarr. W. M. Dlshon. Fred Voudruenlgan several routes through the cave from . . ... iMiuiaUliuiii, Mrs. Kate Ador Mrs. lUbeeca H. Carpenter all stations on the Cincinnati and Knox-vill- e NloUluta. W, Kopat. j. r. Moser, divisions. Ten days' limit on tick, John H. Lee, P.ttevlen, See L. & N. agent. Christian Jacob; Shelbyville, lulng lutTcrtd considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws. In breaking gate latches nnd tearing donu nnd destroying my gates, on the county road that runs through my (arm, I hae concluded to olTer a reward for. Information leading to the conviction of such htsoii or mrons. I will therefore glu the sum of XT') for Information leading to the arrest and conviction ol any party or parties, that hae broken the latche ou any of my gati'S.or lliat me sawed dovt nor torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the llustomtlle turnpike to the Mllledgellle turnpike, through my farmland I will give the same amount for Information leading to tho arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of the above offenses. Witness my baml this lot li day of August, 1MV. T.J.11II.I..MU. REWARD. 609, John a.m., the following personal properly; Sixty Horiti. Mules and Shetland Ponies; 30 Jersey Cows and Calves, 72 Southdown Sheep. stallion by Oratorio, dam One Halite Olluker XtU4s one yearling stallion by Hearchllght, dam by Ashland Wilkes; nine hrood mares with colts; oueextragooal colts by JlmUlark; saddle iuare;S-yenr-ol- d one yearling race coll; two yearling colts mare by Jim Clark; one pair horse mule. mules; one three-year-ol- d 1$. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. kin, Ijnncastcr; J. Ii. I'axton, Stanfonl; W. H. Traylor, Gilbert Creek; II. L. Htihhlo, Lancaster; W. II. Cumniius, Prciicheritville; Lilburii Oooch, GilhcrU Creek. Ilau- - H. B. NORTHCOTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. SHETLAND PONIES. hrood mares, stallion; One .ycnr-olwhich are natheionles; 3 Imported mares, registered; 10 yearling colts; o suckling colts, d POSTED. h Tri-Stat- o COWS AND CALVES. One reglstereilJersey hull.a years old; 10 Jersey cows with calves; 2 yearling Jersey helfers;Searllng steers. 00 pure-bred SHEEP. Houthdowu ewes, most of them sired by a buck that took the premium ntthe Islington fair; 11; Houthdown lb shoats. bucks, earllngs to (year-old- s TACKS colts by side. One s.yenr-old AND JENNETS. Jack and two Jennets with 1 H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. yuunelr One Kaufman runabout, I buggy, fmggy pole. I double set of harness, bridles and saddles, lot of hay, tobacco setter, neer been used, 1 Mosler safe, combination lock, In iwrfect order; farming Implement consisting of w heat drill, corn planter, mower, roller, binder, plows, culthator, hay rake, wagon, cutting harrow, lieu Talace, with 10 swarms of bees, lard furnace, ii galloii capacity and other things too nuaierous to mention. Household and kitchen furniture, Including a fine Itadlant Home Heater, refrigerator, solid oaK otttce desk, I solid oak bookcase,! rosewood liook case, lot of old fashioned furniture and numerous other things that you will want. Pedigree will U furnished of the pedigreed dock. . TKltMH. made known on day of sale. t 1 et. eoi. i.M.i T. DUNN. Dunn, Auctioneer, jsrr ... - Make your homo as modern for your family as a city in u iionition to get tho latent market fjuotatioDii at any time. This can bo aecomidished by means of out tclcphono service, which you aud your noighliors can get for a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received. Call or uddrcss our nearest oiiice or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special "Far. iners' Lino" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telcpliouo service, wo can immediately iuterest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. MK. FAUMKIt: residence, und iilucu (tNOOUs-OliATKU- ) RURAL TELEPHONES. WTWSS'SSHfSJ lii)Mt'iKLftM'm'" t- - i'isttaWiiJMspa.TiisjiiWiHW,3W sgi i ii iliits-j- fPt