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MO. 51,' Clarence Coleman Takes a Big Trip And Tells About It. U A l Milwaukee, Wis., Auk. 13. This Is my first visit to Milwaukee alio to tho Uadgcr State It la not often I make n pilgrimago to tho North, preferring to mend my vacation day In Uixld Land. However, tho cheapest excur-nlo- n of tho season attracted my attention and I camo up from Louisville to llenton Harbor, Mich., Tuesday over tho C. C. C. & St. L., (Rig Four) now operated by the New York Central lines. The State of Indiana was traversed Its entire length, North and South, and wo camo through the banner corn and wheat section of the. Hoos-le- r State. Tho wheat crop just thresh- publication, had n world wide circulu ed was an nvcrago one, while tho corn tion In its day. I havo been through tho Milwaukco yield will prove a bumper ono; In fact . nil Central and Northern Indiana op postofllce, and it Is a beauty. When it pear to be one Immcnio field of maize. comes to light and cleanliness it has Wo came through tho progressiva llttlo them all beaten. Tho secretary of our cities of Anderson, Alexandria and Ma- National organization, Georgo I' f elder, rion, once the center of the great gas la a clerk in the city division of the belt. Elkhart, tho metropolis of North- Milwaukco postofllce. This Is a city of parks nnd monern Indiana, Is a leading manufacturing and railroad center. At Goshen, Ind., umentsher parks ranking second to wo halted for tho "Twentieth Century none in beauty; and as a manufacturLimited." en routo from Chicago to ing city It takes first rank, population I went through the great Now York, to pass. This train, which considered. oncratcs over tho tracks of tho Laka Schlitz and Pabat breweries, the forShore & Michigan Southern nnd New mer tho largest In tho world, tho latter York Central, had left Chicago at noon contesting with the Anheuser-Ruscnnd was due at New York at 0 a. m. Co., of St. Louis, for second place. Just think of It 18 hours from tho These two breweries are of such giWindy City to Gotham, while down In gantic propensities that I shall not atLoutsvlllo wo count on 26 hours to Now tempt to go into details. The dozen or spectators. York on the mails, and that schedule Is more breweries of Louisville would be While feeding n wounded crano which enveloped by the great not guaranteed. The "Twentieth Cen- completely his father had captured and Imprisoned Is run on a guaranteed Schlitz plant. These two breweries tury Limited" In a wire pen, a son of A. schedulo and the passengers give employment to several thousand D. Leach, of Hourbon county, was viore refunded a certain sum for every men, women and children. Their bot ciously by the bird and the hour thoy are late. Only last week tled beers are sold in every civilized sight attacked of one eye destroyed. while running Inte, nnd in a successful corner of the globe, and only last week President Theodore Rooseeffort to regain lost time, this train the Pabst people shipped 1,000 casks of mail forwarded to him In East 103 minutes with two their Uluo Ribbon to Manila. These velt's made 133 miles In firms maintain large warehouses and Africa contains scores of requests for brief stops. wild animals, skins nnd other trophies Southern Michigan is tho fruit and distributing stations in all of the large cities of Europe, Africa and the Orient, of tho chase from persons and organigrape vinyaru oi mo auuaie vesi. tho United States. Peaches, pears, apples and grapes are as well as throughont Mexico, Canada, zations. Lightning sttuck tho barn of James grown in abundance. Ucnton Harbor South America and the United States Olovd, in the west end of Mercer coun nnd St. Joseph, twin cities, and located "Schlitz, the beer that mado Milwaukee ty, and killed four cattle on Lake Michigan, ore separated by famous," form a combination of words Joseph river, ono of fnmilinr to almost every American, but und several hogs. Twelve loads of hay, tho beautiful St. 1G0 shocks of tho most picturesque and winding one van not conceive of the magnitude ing implementsoats and roan of his farmwere consumed. streams In America. The population of of this concern without n visit through The Government report on forest 120.000, that its plant. Henton Harbor is about Milwaukee with her 200,000 German fires In Canada during the last year of St. Joseph, 70,000. Steamers ply shows that timber was destroyed to the between tho twin cities and Chicago and 100,000 Scandinavian population, 30 I stopped over breweries nnd 2,000 saloons, will be extent of $25,500,000 and that 21 lives nnd other lako ports. were lost. Forty million feet of lumnight In Henton Harbor, bonrding the slow to jump aboard the water wagon, ber were burned in Hritish Columbia. steamer, City of Chicago, at 7:30 A, M. so popular now in thu South and parts Tho State executive board of tho at St. Joseph, for Chicago. Tho lake of the Middle West. This city has just had a "Home Com American Society of Equity, which was choppy, otherwise the voyage from convened at Howling Green at tho same tho Michigan town to tho Windy City ing" celebration, modeled after tho time as tho tobacco department, ratiKentucky Homo Coming three years was uneventful, though quite a number fied the proposition mado by the Hurof tho passengers were disposed to feed ago in Louisville. Tho wanderers by ley Society to the Society of Equity at for their "stom- the thousands besieged tho Cream City tho finny tribe-j- ust Winchester. for four da) s. ach's sake." Mrs. Mary Copley Thaw, mother of Hut I must ring off. Lcavo here at This was my first visit to Chicago eight years ago last 1:30 p. M., for Chicago, thence homo by Harry K. Thaw, mado public a statesince Jply 1W1, ment criticising the treatment accorded month. While on my return from tho way of Henton Harbor. I nm accom- to her son in tho Matteawan Stuto HosPhilippines 1 stopped over a few days, panied on this trip by a brother post- olllco clerk and my wife. My brother pital for tho Criminal Insano since his 1 was not aufllciently familiar with this W. U. Adams, a young druggist return to that institution by order of great Western metropolis to mark any was unavoidably detained Justice Mills. change. Greater Chicago, with Its of A gigantic counterfeiting scheme, in from making this trip. 225 square miles, larger than some of These cool nights and exhilarating which tho operators hoped to get sev our Kentucky counties, nnd with a nunureu inousand dollars, was un larger than that of any of our lako breezes aro inighty,nice, but for eral earthed in Louisville by Secret Service me. Oh you Dixie. Southern States except Texas, constiAgents. John Roberts, Marion C. RobSuccess to the I. J. tutes a place too largo for the casual Clakenck Collman. erts nnd William Koenlg, a local printn few davs. Chicavisitor to absorb in er, aro under arrest. go, second only to Now York among The prosecuting attorney of the Third Soared With A Hot Iron, American cities, is probably third ov overturned kettle cut judicial circuit filed suit in the Jackson world In popu or scalded among tho cities' of tho with a k nlfo bruised by slammed door County Circuit Court at Newport, Ark., lation. According to a conservative - Injured by gun op In any against C5 insurance companies doing other way ultimate, based on tho 1909 city direc- the thing needed alouco Is Hucklen's business in Arkansas, asking penalties population in extory, the city has n Arnica Salvo to subduo 'Inflammation amounting to $65,000,000 for alleged cess of 2,225,000, or something like violation of tho Arkansas anti-trunot a and kill tho pain. It'n earth's supremo more than Loulsvillo-a- nd laws. town is hoalor, Infalliblo for Hulls, Ulcers, few of us think tho Kentucky W. II. Oakley, paymaster of tho Fever Sores, Eczema and Piles. 25c at a real city. While In Chicago I took a Penny's Drug Store. Franklin Construction Company at tour, traversing sovcral auto Rock, W. Va., was shot to death by an business disdown-towblocks of tho "I heard Mrs. Climber boast the oth- unknown man nnd robbed of $2,000. trict, thenco down tho beautiful Mich- er day that she was very high born. I Tho alleged murderer was pursued by igan lloulovard; visited Jackson, Wash- don't believe it." ft posse, captured and lynched, accordington and Grant parks, and many oth-c- r "Oh, yes, she was. Sho was Irani on ing to a report received at Bluefield, points of Interest. Saw tho million-dolltho top floor of a tenement." W. Va. of John W. Gates and residences Ualtlmoro American. William A. Uourque, driver of a of Armour, tho great meat packer; also ' "Health ColTeo" Is tho cleverest Knox car in the 250 milo race at Indiatho greut Field museum, University of napolis, was killed and Harry Holcomb, Chicago and last but not least, the Imitation of real colTco over yet mudo. Dr. Shoop created It, from pure parch- his mechanician, was bo badly injured homo of ono of America's greatest mail that ho later died. Hourquo lost control order firms Montgomery, Ward & Co. ed grain?, malt, nuts, etc. FInu In of his car, which swerved, crashed into Chicago postoillce, llavor Is mado In just ono mlnuto. I went through tho tho fence nnd turned over, pinning both being shown through by Mr. Edward No 20 or .10 minuted tedious boiling. occupants to tho ground. Penny's Drug Store. 11. Goltru, president of the National As. Sumplo frco. eoclation of Postoftice Clerks, which is All persons aro recommended Mrs. Mary Maugot, wife of a Now-po- rt to alllliated with tho American Federation tailor, was found dead at her tako Foley's Kidney Itemedy for backof Labor. Tho writer has been a mem- home. From a gash over her eyo and ache, rhoumntiiiu and Kidney and ber of this association for two years. numerous other Injurlos, it Is supposed bladder trouble. It will quickly corOne sees so much In a city of the mag- she was murdered. Tho coroner re- rect urinary irregularities, which, If nitude of Chicago that it is a waste of ported that ho could find no clew. neglected, may dovelop Into a serious timo to attempt a description of it on Illness. It will restore health and Uefore photography was applied to strength. Sold by New Stanford Drug paper. Yesterday at 9:30 A. M. I boarded tho stars the highest number catalogued Co. steamer Christopher Columbus, which was 457,817. The number of Btars the Near Augusta, this State, night ridput us In Milwaukee six hours later. camera will show Is estimated at over ers burned two stacks of wheat belongslghtod Evanston, III., 30,000,000. Enrouto we ing to Mrs. John Struve, because, it is m Kenesha and Haclno, Wis. The latter Tho llttlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets tobacco Dlodtfo r refused to sign tho Is quito a city and it the homo of There were about 25 called Pruventtcs, will In, a fow hours men in the crowd, and a neighbor nf Malted Milk and tho J. I. Case chock all Colds or LaGrippo. Mrs. Struve saw them apply the torch. Threshing Machine Co. 1 am quito safely Try them! 43.25c. Sold by Penny's h 1,200-pound st n ar of the best harbors of tho lake ports, steamers come up Milwaukee river to the central business districts of town, the same as they make the Chicago river docks In Chicago. Wisconsin, the homo State of tho elo quent Senator LaFolletto, Is as strong ly republican ns tho "Uloody Eleventh" in Kentucky. However, it has been carried democratic by Peck, who was twico elected to Mil the executive chair at Madison. Your readers are probably familiar with this great man through his humorous literary productions, cs pecially "Peck's Had Hoy," which has furnished innocent amusement to mil lions of children nnd grown people nlike. His "Peck's Sun," a weekly HEWS NOTES. POLITICAL. Firo In the business district of DecaBrutus Clay, United States Minister tur, III., caused a loss of $1,000,000. to Switzerland, has been appointed corCharles II. Stoll charged In tho cir- responding member of tho Instituto of cuit court at Lexington that his lifo Geneva. had been threatened In connection with Chairman Prewitt, of tho Democratic the water contract suit. State Central and Executive Commit George II. MacLcan, of Chicago, and tees, has Issued a call for a meetlrg his son wero killed in an automobllo ac of these bodies at tho Democratic bar cident at New Urunswlck, N. J. Fivo becuo In Louisvlilo August 31. other members of the party wero seriPresident Taft is to tako his person o(T Uncle Sam's domains. ously injured. Ho has acPlans to estnblish a medical collego cepted an Invitation to visit Mexican for the Kentucky State University territory on Oct. 15 next, when he will wero discussed at Loxlngton between exchange visits with President Diaz, prominent physicians of both Louisvlilo of Mexico, at El Paso and Ciudac Junnd Lexington. arez. Frame Hallam, of Jackson, Miss., Tho report is current in Washington shot himself through tho head with a that Hon. Joseph C. S. Hlackburn, Civrifle while seated In front of n mirror il Governor of tho Panama Canal Zone, In his room. His family believe his has tendered his resignation to Presideath was due to accident. dent Taft with tho purpose in view of Reese Huck, a prominent farmer of returning permanently to his old Ken North Carolina, was shot to death and tucky home. four others wero seriously wounded In a fight growing out of a controversy IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. over a dog at Huntcrsvillo. T. M. Estes & Co's. mill at Lebanon The balloon Peoria, with H. E.Honey- was homed, causing a loss of $25,000, well as pilot, is tho winner of tho with $13,000 Insurance. race started at Peoria, III., A. C. Witherspooon. a prominent Thursday. Honeywell landed in Mis- banker of Lawreuceburg, Is dead. He souri Friday, 1C5 miles southwest of St. had been in ill health for some time. Louis. Hert Edwards, a Congress Three men wero killed when n Na man D. C. Edwards, brother of was badly defeattional car, driven by Charles Merz, of ed for the republican nomination for Indianapolis, left the track on the jailer in Laurel. south turn of tho Indianapolis motor A London paper has the following to speedway and crashed Into a group of say of tho Republican county last Saturday: Gocbelism has always been a horror to the mountain Republicans, but if he or his followers ever got as low down as somo who participated in the Republican primary last Saturday we, nor they, have ever heard IiOOIU 1001(1 Here's where the wear comes. Children's shoes need strong soles. Buster Brown Shoes have soles that wear. Mothers say they never saw children's soles wear so well. W09Q0 90I0 m JtA JFA BUSTER BROWN Blue Ribbon SHOES For youngsters, $1.50 to $250 Just Received a Large Shipment of primary of that of it. Mrs. John Avoye Dead. Death invaded the homo of John Avoye on Aug. 15th and took his beloved wife from earth's sorrows below to heaven's joys above. Rebecca Avoye was an upright, christian wife and mother nnd a kind friend to every one. She leaves three small girls, a devoted husband, a mother 72 years old, four brothers, of which tho writer is one; three sisters and many friends and neighbors to mourn her loss. Sister suffered for the last threo months with consumption, but boro her sufferings patiently until death did its work. Sho was laid to rest In Friendship church yard Aug. 1G, after services by the writer in the presence of a large crowd of friends and neighbors. K. D. Noakes. ssHisssHsaiiSsisssksiiaMMMSMsassaaiM Buster Brown Shoes. 4 JSJ Cummins & Weareh, il 'Twas A Glorious Victory. There's rejoicing In Fedora, Tenn. A mnn's life has been saved, and now Dr. King's Now Discovery is the talk of tho town for curing C. V Popper of deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could not work nor get about," ho writes, "arid tuo doctors did me nogood, but, afur using Dr. King's New DUcovory llireu weeks, I feel like a new mun, und can do good work again." For weak, All Summer goods must bo sold at Cost. We aro overcrowded nnd must soro or diseased lungs, Coughs and make room for our Full stock of new, fresh goods. Note tho prices: Colds, Humonhages, Hay Fever, LaMeuV Suits were Selling at $22 50 now 814 4S Grippo, Asthma or any Bronchial afMen's Suits wero Selling at 818 00 now 12 OS fection It stands unrivaled. Pricp 60e. Men's Suits were Selling at 815 00 now and 61. Trial bottle free. Sold and 10 98 guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Men's Suits were Selling nt 812 50 now 8 98 Meu's Suits were Selling ut 810 00 now 7 43 An nttempt to blow up an office building inside the stockade of tho Mcu's Suits were Selling ut 8 7 50 now 4 48 Pressed Steel Car company, at McKeea Meu's Low Shoes wero Selling at 84 00 now 83 25 hocks, was maue. At bciioenviiio a Men's Low Shoes were Selling at $3 50 "now 2 08 bomb was thrown under a horse ridden oy a aiaio trooper, a aozen or more Men's Low'Shocs were Selling at 83 00 now 2 38 striko sympathizers havo been injured 1 98 Men's Low Shoes were Selling ut 82 i0 now by flying missiles and clubs in the hands or. tho troopers. Low Shoes wcio Selling at 83 50 uow Ladies' 82 38 No matter how long you havo sufLadies' Low Shoes wero Selling at 83 00 now 2 19 fered, Foley's Ktdnoy Itemedy will 1 98 Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling nt 82 50 now help you. Mrs. S. L. nowon, of 1 38 Ladies' Low Shoes wcroSelliugnt 82 00 uow Wayne, W. Va., writes: I was a sufi li) Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling at 81 50 now ferer from kidney disease, so that at times I could not get out of bed, and Straw Hats, 81 50 Viiluo now 8.93 when I did I could not stand straight. 1 38 Straw lints, 82 00 Value I took Foley's Kidney llcincdy. One Hats, 83 00 Valuo now 2 24 dollar bottle und part of tho second Straw Hats, 83 50 Value now 2 98 cured mo entlroly." It will euro you. Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. CUT PRICES: J a 41 I j now-Stra- Annio Hess Neville, thu daughter of James Neville, a prominent tarmer near uavo city, committed sul cida by swallowing strychnine, dying in a few momenta. She had been in ill health for some time. SAM KOBINSON, STANFORD. KY. i ....... There- ure plenty cheaper Iniggio but there are uouo better. Huggy Redford Turnin. Dcnutv Circuit Court painting, work, 810; phaetons, 812; surreys, $14 aud up, Clork of Warren county, was fatally i to tll0 gl,0 Per Bet, buggy steel tires, best quality, ut $3.50. burned and a caso no launch destrovwi. I ,nB as a result of an explosion on the launch tops iu 30 ounce rubber at 88, and iclined Buggies suro these names aro familiar to a ma- Drug Store. in leather and reliuod ior $25, Itubber tires, For Indigestion and all stomach at Massey Springs. ut $10. Huggies jority of tho readers of the I. J. trouble tako Foley's Orlno Laxative, A tickling ordry cough can be quick- the best on the market and the lowest prices, Goodyear and Kelley, at $14. Postmasters' Associa- as It stimulates tho stomach and liver ly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Beet Goodrich The First-clas- s Milwaukee, with a population of at 810. Wo solicit your trade, about 400,000, la one of the prettiest tion selected Richmond, Va., for the and regulates the bowels and will posi Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, and cleanest cjtjes 1, have ever see. pext conveatien. E. M. Morgan, of tively cure habitual constipation. nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. Located on Lake Michigan, It has one New York, was chosen president. Peoay's Drug Store. firot-cluHor-lick's It Is tho weak nerves that aro crying out for help. Then help them, don't drug the stomach or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr. S hoop's lUstoratlvo aud seo how fast good health will come to you again. Test It and see. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Use Arnold's Hand - Made Buggies. m it. m. Arnold, danvillc, ky: mmwtoito&tii .. r TlWtJs&isfciiii liiii 'iyiiiMsafisiiiisUEatfsiXiiii ait'Aist iaViltiSilMUtm Ak'it'itkkMMbXUWMitki lit lntiltsn'iirl i .jjl The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Mnc.iln. KorCommonnenltli's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer, Kor HtntPHcnntor, R. L. HUBDLE, of Lincoln county, ltcprrsentntlre, W. H. SHANKS KorJCountjr Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, W. S. BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SOPE , Every now and then Mine Idiot atHere and There. tempts to get Into the lime light by Fierce forest fires In Manitoba are proposing a law to chloroform the feeraging and millions of feet of standing ble minded. Of courso such a proposilumber aro being destroyed. tion is at variance with every instinct of the normal human heart and people' C"K, , "'"l!"'; ,L ", ' , "" i uio cuy ui uuauuicr, It th. If .,,,k . ! Ok la., was stolen from the Wells Fanjo wero adopted they would be tho first to Express Co. white in transit. take their own prescription. Mean-- , In a running fight with negroes, while if they aro tired of life the sul- -' three Loulsvllo boys, members of Is open to them. cido route I prominent families, wero seriously Tub Southwestern gulf coast is wounded, presumably with razors, plagued with mosquitoes, which attack I While seated at a dinner given In e stock and force them to fleo to water, honor of her G5th birthday, Mrs. they stand and die In prefcrenca mesia Hardv, of Louisville, collapsed to going out and being eaten up. A and died of heart failure beforo medi- man flagged a train between stations cal aid could reach her and when remonstrated with said ho MATRIMONIAL. was compelled to do it in order to escape tho pcsU. Again Gen. Sheridan's James Baker, aged 19, and Miss Josie march seems to bo in order. Wilson, 17, were made ono at James By an overwhelming vote the Ala- Wilcher'a Sunday. bill by bama Houso passed tho anti-clu- b the provisions of which even tho most HOME .,.... ... .1' Arte-wher- w. l. Mccarty For HherltT, For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER i b For J filler, DINK FARMER For Assessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hchoolt, " GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate HtnnforU Illitrlct, JAMES McKECHNIE For Constnble Htnnfonl District, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District, J. WARD MOORE For Maglitrnte lluitonrllle District, J. K HELM, SR For Magistrate Wnynesburg Dlitrlct, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH leaders sanguino clubs will be forced to cut out every sort of liquor on sale or distribu Every application for charter, tion. must bear the promise not to allow liquors sold or distributed or stored. be-lic- FORSALEI tlrst-clas- fctBBlMa. ' WUsliaTaJaJ-alL'- t L. "Tlafc. Slt VW are residence foodgood shape. ami outbuildings nnl Hplemlld ctstcru s big garden. location and la lino neighborhood. Will sell privately. Mrs. Hugh Held, K. D. Pennington, Mlu Mary Pennington, Stanford, Ky. Tho property on Danville Avenue, Htan-foroccupied hy W. (I, Wither. Has n The National Democrat, started by Nnrmnn E Mnrlr. hn aiianpnripd nftor . .. ... I Notice of aDnllcatlnn for tmriton of fleo, a life 01 only SIX months, ino pUDUC hnKr,nhownsconlct?ilof forgery In the ' ..., of Lincoln county t ,, May is nni much Interested In tho iingui.,circuit court -- ,,,.. n, wni lit the ...... of said for diatribes of governors and Other public rnor nlilnAlpnrtion nntl fa Ihiiconvict nnd n nil awl itntiapnn til kn men, with which the publication abound- - tnte In writing any objection they may same. Application ed Whnr thn average realtor wnntn la '"are again! themlllI vvdne.diiy npt. lor tll,plmU)n , i. KICK 1.KNIIK. matter, iong spun 1W.V. crisp, Aug. uv. theories don't go. ...... NOTICE! A a ..... i l, An Arkansas man has applied for a Carnegie medal because he is tho father of 14 children. Strikes us that Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of, if there is any honor in such a state of to it. In- Marblo and Cranito Monuaffairs the wife is entitled stead of medals the father should be ments, hustling around for something with Markers nnd Posts. Cemetery nnd Lnwn which to clothe and feed the poor little Vases and Settees. Office nnd works, Ky. things. ties have decided that they prefer prohibition to Tillman's dispensary failure, leaving only six in which it remains in force. The system was invented to delay the march of prohibition, but it got to be so rotten that even its former advocates turned against it. A woman sufTragist lectures in tho home of n rich woman in New York, and although the charge for each afternoon is $5, the females who have more cents than sense flock to the houso because the admission includes an examination of the rich apartments. What fools these mortals be. Harry Jacobs, Fifteen more South Carolina coun- MILL FOR RENT! Owing to und wanting to t) away from home some this summer. I have Dlx River decided tn rent my Holler .Mills, driven by water nnd steam s power. Oood location. Mill In condition. W. H.THAYI.OII. It. F. D. No. I, Htniiford, Ky. Urst-clas- At this distance it looks like the water works investigation at Lexington has degenerated into a family quarrel among the Stolls and their friends, with C. H. Stoll the aggressor. It is absolutely disgusting and it is strange that Judge Parker permits the time of his court to bo wasted in a fight waged entirely fpr spite. It certainly is for no publicgood. If such a warfare was waged in the mountains it would be heralded as a feud and somebody, if not many bodies, would have bitten the dust before this. Our especial effort is caring for those things men wear. If you want the NEW THINGS and the NICE ways come to us and you can find them. TmNfS ?? Two Small Farms for H. J, McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. DRIPPING SPRINGS. Sale! ment to effect a cure. Superintendents of asylums in other States might make a note of this for future action and profit. .. A Chinese gardener in California is said to have succeeded in producing an onion which, while retaining all its fragrant properties, is entirely odorless. We suspect, however, if the experiment proves a success that those people who eat the vegetable apparently with no other desire than to be as offensive as possible, will fall back on some article equally as offensive. fulfillment of "Riches take to themselves wings and flyaway" A man investcomes from California. ed $7,000 for a pair of wings and started to fly, but he didn't go so as you Justice Mills lays down good law would notice it. The $7,000 sailed out when he declares in remanding Thaw to of sight though. the lunatic asylum that he was not sent there for the crime of murder, but was It cost the country $500,000 to have pronounced innocent of it because of the tariff revised, that is to Bay that is liia uiculul condiliun. It is not punish- what Congress cost. Tho millions of ment, but restraint, so that he may not costs that it put upon the common peoinjure himself or others, with the ulti- ple can hardly be estimated in our limmate hope by proper care and treat- ited means of computation. A Don't you wish you had bought Standard oil stock during the panic of 1937? In November of that year it went down to $390. It has now advanc-e- p to S712. But we havn't heard of Eider Rockefeller selling any even at that price. By the way, the old man's c irnings for the company for the last two years are $79,756,821. It oughtn't o make any difference with him whether clothing and other necessities of life go sky high or not, under the tariff. We believe it was Gen. Phil Sheridan who made the significant remark that it for if he owned Texas he would hell and move there. With tho mercury standing 111 in the shade there the other day, it looks like it would be unnecessary to have moved, if ho was looking for a hot place. One containing Si acres, good ft room dwelling, good stock barn nnd outbuildings, P. O. Crib Orchard, Ky all under good feiico and eery Held well watered; 1 acre In joung orchard, II jcurs old; llncresln grass; all In good stnte of Is now open for tin- - senon. 'Write to Spen cultivation; mined l,ii pounds tobacco nnd IS bushels wheat (Mr acre on It lint ear. r isuer, .Manager, inr lomer. acres with Price, MiV. Second tract of UK S2 m xj E2S2QSSaseevgaSSB c L. I onny K. H. Cofiey K. II, Coleman sap literal I well wntereU.aoncres under new fence, Uil-- n nee In line timber, IS acres well cleared, tine cisru and tobacco land. Prlcn, K). I desire tn sell privately my farm of 7 H miles South of htnnford on somersern miles set pike. Trnct No. 1 Is on pike; No. 1 Is 1 acres. In Lincoln county,from Mni woodfrom on mile from pike oil county roml. Address or Stanford and two miles good road' inllo from pike. In good neigii II. O. HKltltY. seemeut htunford, Ky. oorhood. close to church, rural route and ', mile from school-hoiiIiud nil ery profarm In grass, balance In cultiI ductive, vation; all under good fence. nouteol six rooms: new barn nnd all ol he Lincoln Circuit Court. outbuildings. Abundance of fine water and fruit of nil kinds. J.T. LIVINflHTON, Maggie II. Wheat PUT , vs Lena II llur- It. K. 1). No. I, Stanford, Ky. ges etc.. Defendants. Notice of sale. Iuobedleucu to II Judgment rendered In the iilxive styled action at the May term, tenant house, M foot totmcco liarn, Small Farm For Sale ' M ' FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TKY OUK Talcum I'owderv, CjlOllgW, rVj M lUJ 'fS4 Commissioner's Sale r'ljj Hath AND ESPECIALLY Ilrtislii-D- , Toilet ami Hath Soaps Our Ice Colli Sixla Water with .Tereey Cream ami Fine Fruit Flavor. im, the undersigned Commissioner will on 10 ISTII, PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITF, MONDAY.HKIT. county court dny.lietween the hours of land of the house door In t v. M., In front oiler forcourt at public, outHUinford, Ivy., sale cry to the highest and best bidder, on u credit of six months, the tract of laud In Lincoln county, Ky.. owned by llr.tunt Holilx ut the time of hUdenth. iKiunded on me North by (he IhiuI.oI W. X'.GrltuvB, on the South by the Stanford nnd Preachers-vlllturnpike; on the West by the lands of Mrs. Mary K. Warren, containing (I6J4 acres. The object of theixilu Is for reinvestment. Tkumh. Diinil with approMd security, pionble to the Commissioner, will be tho purchnser, beurlngft per cent. One of the insurance companies will Interest from date of sale until paid, lia lug the force and vlTect of a Judgment, und govinsure only total abstainers. Tho secured by lieu on the land. ernors of North and South Carolina will J. II. I'AXTON, Master Com'r. V. M. McIlOIIKHTS, Att'y for PHI. soon be eligible. The previous question of how long it is between drinks has been ruled out of order. u l!l, KorSOdnys.ln order to clenn ui on Mat tings, Druggets, Carpets, Hugs. Klc. Will reduction. Have tome rare bnrgnlusln millinery, home big Imrgulns in ciose outs In wnll paper, Mt selection of framed pictures. Now Is jour time to buy a handsome mantle mirror. Call and tee them. Choice selection of rockers, (loodllneof beds, metal and wood, metal nnd wood folding cribs, cots. mattresses, springs, rounches, Davenports, chairs, suitcases, grips, trunks, extension tables, centre tables, medicine cabinets, glass, sash, doors, Ac. Cull and seo us. Well equipped stock of funeral supplies. Hen Ice night or day. (I. II. I'ltUITT, Moreland. Ky. Moroland, Kontucky, '1 gl10percent. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. If John D. Rockefeller lives till his He has Baid he eightieth birthdav-a- nd will reach 100 he will become the first On Danville A llustonvllle plkoof HO acres billionaire in history. He is Ky., Hmlle from More-lanDon't you wish In Lincoln county, well Improved, good well worth $700,000,000. This farm Is and cistern nnd abundance of stock water you were Johnny? springs. Most furnished from to-dnever-lulling Farm for Sale Dinwiddie farm stock high- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines AUolutc Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Depoiit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. DIRECTOR. F. Held, J, H. Ilaughman, I. S. 1 locker, President:, M. D. Elmore, J, M. Peltut, S. T. Harris, H. C. Haughman, , F, Cummlm, McKoperts, Cashier; John J. S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, II. C. Baughman, Atst. Cash'r , S. Hpcker, V. U. O'Bannon W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. C.tE. Tate. there revenue for the lawyers. figured that the world's supply A widow of 81 was led a blushing of oil will be exhausted in 21 years. bride in a Pennsylvania town by a youth- That, however, doesn't bother John D. ful buck of 51. A big farm and a large He will have gotten rich enough to rebank account were the moving causes tire before that. of the strange alliance, but as the bride Speaker "Joe" Cannon claims to says she is good for a century, the be a constant reader of the Bible. Per groom wont get to handle much of the haps there is where he gets his "cuss coin. words, but they wern't put in the good Tub duty on champagne was increas- book for that ed to $1.60. Singular enough, but we A goody good Washington judge has have heard no kick over it in, this sec gambling to play martion, mere is no tarlll on aqua pura decided that it is bles for keens. He has certainly for but thero would have been had the re publicans thought the people would gotten that he was a boy once himself. have stood for it. CHURCH MATTERS. The corporations which are hit for There will be no prayer meeting at two per cent, tax on their profits, are the Christian church Wednesday night. preparing to fight it to the bitter end in meeting at the Christian church the courts. Whatever tho result to the The conducted by Kev. D. M. is sure to be government, big at Hubble, It is mares. I registered: reclntered stallion: US acres of corn; 1J or an stacks of hay; farm- inn implements oi everyuescripiion. i will sen the whole outllt or any imrtof thestock and If I sell the farm without the stock, I must tell not later than no days to us tu give me time to make u sale of my stock. Also hme CKld mules from work mules down to colts. You will bavo to see this farm to nnnre- clute the locution and the many advantages of this farm. Any person from u distance desiring to see this farm can come to More-lanLincoln county, Ky., on the queen A Crescent route, this farm being only about mile from station. II. II. KINO, Moreland, Ky. 1 d, of farm In grass. I desire to sell this In the next no days, together with the and crop, the stock consisting of l bred Jennets, 8 Jocks, all ages, 10 & Co., brood Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-date of goods. PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm. I will tell to the bluhest und best ulluuer, at my farm, one half mile North of McUreury, on the I.au- caster mid Huckeye turnpike on WKDNKHllAY.HKlT.a, 1WSJ at 10 o'clock a, M. the following personal propertyi One jcur old family liorse; l live year old saddle maru; 1 good futility mure, years old, that has proven to Ihi n good mule mare j 1 nice two yeur old harness two year old horse; 1 "eorllug mare! horses; I suckling colt; S work mules from two to llireu)eursildjgoodycnrllug)ttcks; 1 good tin ) ear old Jennet Willi Jack colt by her tide; I six year old Jennet In foalll three yuarold Jennet In foalit two yeur old Jen. una, a IUIIK cuwi uuu cuivesi ...111 COW dry cow; v good short yearling steers; 1 Jersey bull; IIU barrels of new corn; ulso household und kitchen furniture and furui-lu- g Implements. TKHMHt All sums of 10 dollars or under, cash t all sums over 10 dollars, the nurchus. er to give noto with good security, said note to bo due January 1st, lVlU.uud to bear Interest ut the rate of six percent, per annum from maturity till paid, and to bs negotiable and iiayable ut the (Isrrard Hunk A Trust Co., of l.ancter, Ky. & V ji-iiV Indigestion imach trouble It but symptom of. and not trua disease. We think of Dnpept: if. Heartburn, and IndUjettloa as rati thsy ars symptoms only oi a osrtata Spaefaa Perre sickness cothlav slsa. It was tills fact thit first corrsetlr led Dr. Bhoop In ths creation of that now vary popular Stomach Ksmady Dr. Snoop's Kestoratlra. Going direct to to stomach nerre. alone brought that success snd favor to Dr. Shoop and hit Itettoratlre. Without that original and highly vital principle, no turn lasting accomplishments wtre eer to bt had. For stomach distress, bloating, biliousness, bad breath and sallow complexion, try Dr. Shoop'! sea for yourilestorttlre Tablets or Liquld-t- nd self what It can and will do. Wt sell and Uue fully recommsod Big Line of r Intualfa a A Philadelphia magistrate holds that jilting a girl is disorderly conduct and fined an accused $11. CO. Now let some wise jurist put a ban on flirting and there will be little left for which to live. The first month of the fiscal year only shows a deficit of about $18,000,000 and the spoilsmen at Washington are greatly eaceuraged. Walker, of the Christian church here, resulted in 16 confessions. Itev. T. W. Barker will preach a Bpecial sermon at the Methodist church Sunday night to young men. All are invited; ladies and gentlemen, young and old. Eld. Joseph Ballou preached a fine sermon at the Christian church Sunday. Just 60 years ago that day he united with the church and eight years later becamo a minister. A large crowd heard his spUadid discourse, Chattanooga Plows, ' . The Best Made. Dr. Shoop's J W.IULL. Restorative PENNY'S DftUQ STORE. - GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. I JUJuxi....i1M.u,ti.-.- a. if i nrtrnTt.ijtJHcir, MtJtiMte . mn ,tmmlmmmim, .mi sir sjatassystsJsjswaasjMtJMssWwiMsasSaaAsati -- f, - y- - - x" me ' " ' - . ,4. r - - Ml?' 3 . Shoes at 25 PER CENT. DISFor the remainder of this month (August), we offer any of our Men's High-Gramakes as Florsheim $5 and $6 Shoes, Burt & Packard $4, R. J. & R. $3 to $4. Take COUNT.- Such well-knocombining of our 25 PER CENT. OFF and you have the price. This is a great opportunity to save money. The de wn Come Corbin and Stanford stocks gives us too many shoes. We have Patents, Gun Metals, Tans, Vicis and Velour. your Anticipate while we have your size. There is nothing better made at any price than Florsheim's Shoes. Fall needs. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btaufoiui, Ky., Mrs. John F. Cash continues cally III. criti- 6c canncl coal at Try a load. SON, STANFORD' KY. Pure J. J. II. Baughman SomeM. Reynolds, Not Pure &CoV. a Negro lives In cither Brodhead or Burnsidc. seed W inter Turf oats for sale. Wayncsburg, Ky. - Arc 21, 1001) Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will sail on Saturday and Sundays only Penny'a UruR Store. G cents atralRhU PERSONALS. K Mrs. J. M. Phillips attended tho Urodhcnd (nir. Mr. 0. H. Nice, of Livingston, waa hero Saturday. Mrs. Acnes HnrtniN attended tho Urodhead fair Friday. Mrs. J. !!. Hilton and daughters the Urodhead fair. Mrs. A. E. Giunoss, of Danville, was tho cuest of Mrs. W T. Smith. Mrs. W. B. Penny, of Danville, was tho guest of 41 ls Mario Mahony. Miss Lucile Cooper and Clarence Coocr are with Nashville relatives. Mr-1Felix White Is spending the week with hor mother near Hubble, W. C. HOLMAN, of Mobile. Ala , is with his brother, Mr. J. E. Holman. Miss Carrie Belle Romans, of was with Miss Anncll Carson. Mr. S. D. Hartley and wlfo spent several days at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. J. M. HuiuiLE, of Eubanks, was with his daughter, Mrs. Garland Single . Lan-caste- r, Mrs. J. C. Stanley, of the Goshen section, Is very low. Miss Katie Holtzclaw, who is with her sMcr, Mrs. D. M. Anderson, is very ill. Mr. Howard Henley and bride, of Norman, Okla., are visiting her relatives, tho Kings, In tho East End. Mr. J. II. BaUGHMAN left Sunday night for tho West in quest of mulo mares. Ho will be gono several days. Miss Vehna Sink, of Lexington, and Nina Critcs. of Wilmington, 0., wero guests of Misses Roberta nnd Katio Eads. LOCALS. Hemp knives L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Try our "Seal Brand" codec. thing new. W. II. Higgins. Get & Olympian Springs water at Shu-gnTanner's. They are sole agents rs for It. Leave your order for Swift's or Globe Fertilizers with E. T. Pence, Stanford. 1009 ... City Taxes. Your city .taxes for aro due. Please call and settle. B. D. Carter, collector. 1 roof of Mrs. Mattio Nevius' a liberal reward for its return to her at home on Lancaster street caught fire Crab Orchard. ders. si Mr. J. C. Bailey and wife, of Crab about noon Saturday but the small F. K. Triiiule, formerly of this extinguished without dam- county, but who has been doing a good Orchard, attended tho burial of Dr. L. blaze was responded age. Tho fire laddies B. Cook. coal business in Danvillo for several Miss Joan Mount, of Lancaster, promptly. years, last week bought the Smiley was the guest of Miss Annio D. At the Brodhead fair Thursday Mr. property he has occupied for some time. and Mrs. Ivim Fish, of Crab Orchard, Mrs. Virgil Floyd, of Munclc, Ind., won tho blue tie in the ring for the To" Mammoth Cave. August 25th on wts tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Gar- prettiest girl baby under three years regular train. Last for the season. $12 C5 for n three days' trip. Includes land Singleton. and also won In the ring for tho hand railroad fare, board at hotel, and the Mrs. T. J. Ciiristerson and son, somest boy baby under one year. several routes through the cave from David, of Lexington, are with Miss Speaking. -- Hon. J. D. Clark, of all stations .n the Cincinnati and Knox-vill- e Pattio Stephens. divisions. Ten days' limit on tickMrs. II. D. Aldridoe won the prem- Fayette, will speak nt the court-housium for tho prettiest flowers at the hero on next county court day, Sept. ets. See L. & N. ngent. lath. His subject willbe "The Pooling Barbourvillo fair This community sustained a Cook Piiok. T. E. Cleland, of Louisville, ofTobocco." Other speakers will be severe loss Friday night when the spirit was here long enough Saturday to sub- present and make brief remarks. of Dr. Littleton Beard Cook took its scribe for tho I. J. Mr. Sam Robinson, the gents' flight to tho mansions above. He was Miss Mattie Sacuay returned to furnisher, has Itought of Mr. S. II. one of those splendid christian gentle Danvillo Saturday. MUs Loralne CampAldridgc for $1,800 the house he oc- men who made tho world better by havbell accompanied her. ing lived in It. No man in Lincoln Mr. of Omaha, cupies on Portman avenue. Miss Burn Durham, was over from Garrard Satur- county Btood higher and none will be Neb., is with her brother, Mr. T. J. more sadly missed. Some 10 weeks ago day afternoon to make the transfer. Durham, in the East End. . . Dr. Cook was taken ill with a complicaMiss Grace Younr, of Highland, is Dr. D. E. Proctor, of Louisville, tion of troubles nnd while he grew bettho guest of her cousin, Miss Iva Irene ha rnmplntrd hU plans for a resldcnca ter at times, his condltlun did not Cook. Somerset Kepuullcan. on the property he purchased from Ur, improvo to warrant tho belief Misses Bessie Pickett, of Shelby, G. G. Perrv and will becin work at that he would get well and for the past Bonnie, of Chattanooga, once. Tho doctor Intends to make Stan few weeks it has seemed only a quesand Knthcrine are with Mrs. Will Severance. ford his future home and will practice tion of a short time when the end would Miss Hattie May Ford, of Lexing- his chosen profession medicine. come. Deceased was 53 years old and ton, is the guest of Miss Mary Allen Russell county. Ho later Fatally Cut -- Bogue Phillips, a far was born inhis parents to Monticello Lyon and sisters at Hustonvlllo. moved with SVildie, aged 45 years, died at Miss Mary Moiiley, of Stanford, is mer of located at Burn-sid- e received and some 27 years ago tho guest of her cousin, Miss Nannie Brodhead from knife wounds for tho practice of medicine, at hands of unknown persons. He at tho B..Hcrring. Lancaster Record. which he was at onco successful. Ninewas found in the front yard of O. W. Rev. S. M. Logan, of Wilmore, Is ago he came to Stanford, Burn-sidTurpin in an unconscious condition. teen years Hov. W. IL Hopper, of wero ar whero ho enjoyed a large practice. Just in a meeting at Pisgah church, Turpin nnd Henry Roberts century ago Dr. Cook rested nnd taken to Mt. Vernon, whero a quarter of a below Somerset Lena Owens, of this counthey gavo bond for their appearance married Miss Miss Margaret Hoiter Is with her ty, and to them wero born hrco childrenbrother, Kev. W. H. Hopper, at Burn-sld- o yesterday. -Mrs. John II. Shanks, Fred Cook . and Is attending the meeting ho is Yes, If you'll bo good. "Will tho aad Miss Mary Sheppard Cook. They holding at Pisgah. Interior Journal please pardon us for and the wife are left to mourn the loss Mrs. J. Mebritt Milton, of Louis- giving the information that Fontaine of the model husband and Godly father ville, who has been tho guest of Mrs. J. Fox Bobbitt is a product of Pulaski, ho and for them unbounded sympathy is W. Ireland, returned to her home in having been born and reared to man' felt. Their loss is irreparable and Louisville Saturday. hood here, his father, Jack Bobbitt, for many fervent prayers have ascended Is preparing Miss Anna M. Peyton many years residing at the site of the the throne in their behalf. Deceased to open a kindergarten in this city the old Dallas post office, and there never is also survived by four brothers, Drs. oro first Monday In September.-Mlddled-bwas but one F. F. B. anywhere, at any A. S. and W. H. Cook, of Monticello, Cor. Pinevllle Sun. time, nor will there ever be another." Mr. Lee V. Cook, of Wayno, and Judge Miss Roberta O'Bannon, of this Cook, of Cory don, Ind., and one sister, Somerset Republican. ni. wnn the red tlo in the ring for Mrs. I. C. Ramsey, of Monticello. In The Modern Woodmen of America Cook joined the tho best lady rider at tho Brodhead fair K. P, his early youth Dr. met in regular session at the VrliJ. Thare were seven entries. Christian church and slnco ho had been Hall Friday night. One application was Carpenter, Rv. lloun W.Carpenter, of who favorably received, making the mem- a consistent, consecrated christian. Ho this Tevls was a regular attendant at the services 20. Deputy E. L. Grubbs, place, baa accepted a call to tho pastor- bership now of his church and took part when he church. of Junction City, was present. This ate of tho Shelby villa Christian layman's duty. Truly a good will meet again Sept. 3 at the K. felt it tho Miss Neixb LaGranoe, of Franklin, camp man has gone to his reward and his Deputy Grubbs will again Ind., Is the guest of Miss Maudo Cax-te- r. P. Halt and splendid life is full worthy of emulation. be present. Every Woodman is corThoy both will teach In tho Immense throng gathered at his dially requested to be present. D. M. An N. C, School for tho Deaf this late home Sunday afternoon and heard Walker, consul; J. B. Sartain, clerk. year and will go thither next week. . fitting words spoken by Revs. D. M. Edwin Booth, of Chattanooga, who I am out of my office, not for pleas- Walker, of this place, and J. W. has been quite sick at his homo with ure but from necessity. For some time of Covington, and later followed bronchitis, Is spending a few weeks I have suffered from a nervous stomach tho remains to their last resting place with Mrs. Mary Johnson and MUs El- trouble and hiy doctor prescribed abso- in BulTalo cemetery. It was Indeed a len Montgomery In tho Bowen section. lute quiet and diet; and so I am at Bat- sad occoslon and many an eye unused Jambs I, White was up from Stan-for- tle Creek for a couple of weeks, after to weeping gave unmistakable evidence Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Williams, which I hope to return home well and of deepest grief. Now that his spirit of Somerset, spent tho week with ready for work. In my absence cry of- has returned to'tho God Who gave It homofolks hero. Mrs. W. M. Poynter fice Is in charge of a competent clerk, may Ho in His Infinite wisdom give buc-cvisited her daughter, Mrs. It. E. who will attend to all business promptand comfort to the widow and fathThompson, at Crab Orchard. Miss Ida ly and properly. 1 trust none of my erless, the brothers and sister and the Muy Adams was In Louisville Monday customers and friends will forget, me, many others who loved Dr. Cook be Vto buy a piano for the Graded School at for If ever I needed them It la now. cause of his many virtues and magnifi- 7BroW, of which aha Is to be the Gratefully, I cent citizenship, R. B. Mahony. Vernon Signal. ptlaeipal.-- Mt. Miss Mary Bailby, of Crab Orchard, has been tho gucnt of Miss Sophie Saun- ton. Taxes. The tax books for 1009 ore your re A spendid building lot on now ready. Come in and Logan Avenue, next to Mr. D. M. An- ceipt. T. J. Hill, sheriff. derson's. Mrs. Nancv Logan. Hand-tainteChina makes hand K. P. Blackn-b- some and appropriate wedding presents. Large Tomato.-M- r. of the Jumbo section, sent us a toma- See Mrs. Catherine McClary. to weighing one and one half pounds, Eventually you will uso either Rex for which we are thankful. or Economy coal from Denham's yards The L. & N. will run a special ex- Why not begin now and save the dif- cursion to the London fair on Aug. 25 fcrence 7 Train and 26, nt $1 85 round-trip- . Judge M. C. Saufley was invited to depot at 7:40 a. M. leaves Stanford speak at tho Jefferson Barbecue in THE young people of the Christian Louisville next week, but declined on Endeavor will gprve Ices in the Chris- account of business engagements. tian church yard, begining at 4 o'clock Mrs. I. W. Fish, of Crab Orchard. Saturday afternoon, next. Help them lost at the Brodhead fair a lady's gold with your presence and means. double case. She will give at W. II. Higgins'. For Sale. gt Hon. W. O. Bradley, U. S. Senator from Kentucky, will deliver an address on the fair grounds on Wednesday, 25th, subject: "The Mountains of Kentucky." Hon. Richmond P. Hobson, the hero of Santiago, and now a Congressman from Alabama, will deliver an address on the fair grounds on Thursday, Aug. 20, subject: "Kertucky and the Nation." Special excursion train from Richmond via Lancaster and Stanford, stopping at all stations, returning the same day, on Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 25 and 20. Trains stop right at entrance to fair grounds. THE big Laurel County Ky Aug. 21, 25, 2G, 27. Fair, London, 25 Per cent. OH. . mm d y, watch with The ' o m ly Some 300 white end black, met in Walton's Opera House Saturday afternoon and after making Hon. P. M. McRobcrts chairman and Mr. Fred Carson secretary, made the following For nominations for county offices: Sam JU BeH; r .chosuperin- tendent, Caleb Newell; forcircuit clerk. "Beans" Collier; for jailer, Thomas N. Butt; for county attorney, George D. Florence. At this juncture a motion carried that other nominations be referred to the executive committee and the "cut and dried" convention came to an end. All of tho gentlemen who received nominations made speeches, telling how they are going to snatch Lincoln county from democratic ruin, except Mr. Butt who probably does not take as optimistic a view of the situaHe tion as some of the younger ones. didn't have a word to say. The race between Mr. Butt and Mr. Ike Terry was very close and many thought Mr. Terry won it. In fact Mr. Henry Bright Ferrill, who takes a big hand in republican politics and who is usually "onto the game," had to ascertain from tho chair which of the gentlemen wou'd carry the jail keys for the next four years. Rev. K. D. Noaks, who is the only republican holding office in this county, took a prominent part in the proceedings and made several nomi nating speeches. Wo predict that the executive committee will make no more nominations and, that the gentlemen above are the ones the democrats will The ticket snow under in November. Is about as cood as one as our radical friends could have named, considering the limited number of eligible they had to select from. One of tho candidates who came to the convention with the hope of landing a iiuiiiiiiulluii usKtd us to withhold his name, as he didn't wunt the outside world to know how badly he had been treated. Another with a big relationship left with fire in his eye, declaring he had been robbed All is not as lovely in the republican camp as the leaders of that party would have you believe but this should not lesson democratic activity nor make anvone believe that there is not a race republicans, Republicans Nominate. We lmvon few SkirtH left in Voiles, Panamas, &c, nil colore, 25 l'EK CENT. OFF FOK CASH. We also havo n few Linen Wash Suits left. Regular prices Prico now from 85 to 88. from 88 to 812.5(1. Latest (.tylcs and best patterns. is this geaMii's'gootla. This is your gain. Our Don't forget the tremendous CUT wc are making on nil Oxfords. You mav also take nny prico of Dress Goods in our house at 25 PER CENT. OFF. Big CUT on all other lines. Come to see us. lo-"- 8 HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Oliver Plows. Disc Harrows and the Superior Grain Drill are three important articles necessary in raising your wheat crop. We have them all ready for you. You will make no mistake in buying this line. Call on us when we can serve you. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. ahead. e, The Crime Of Idleness. Idleness mean9 trouble for any one, Its thnsamo with a lazy liver. It cans cs conltlpntion, headache, jaundice, sallow complexion, pimples and blot ches, loss of appetite, nausea, but Dr. King's New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles nnd build up your health. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. If you want the Best Drill made, try the JJ.BELDEN&CO. "Hoosier." Iloute and carriage painting, groining nnd linrdwuod llnlihlDK. paper banging, ltubtwr tlrlnu a pfclultjr. Hliop omvotltt) depot. J. J.Blpkn t'o.,8tanford,ky, For sale by E. T. PENCE, STANFORD. KY. 1798 Trai)5ilvai)ia Ui)iversittj 1909 NOTICE! tbut at the Notice U hereby lvuu. meeting ot the Hoard ol l'rU-o- n UonunlMlonera, Fwlll nfc them to grant me a parole. I am now connned lit the Htate penitentiary at Kranklort under the Judgment ot the Lincoln circuit court for booting Hen Kerrlll. My tentenee, which vi nt gUen June, 1WV, being tor IN monthi. HAM nln Continuing' Kentucky University. Hamilton Collcgo for Tho Collcgo of Liberal arts Womcu, and tho Collcgo of law. Thrco campuses embracing 23 acres. Thirteen buildings with modern eiiuinmcut. A faculty of 50 chosen from tho best universities of America and Europe, Standardized elective courses leudiug to tho degrees of A. It. 11., S., A. M., and L. L. It. New Scienco lluildiug recently erected at a cott of gOU.UUU. Students uow in attendance from 25 States and G foreign countries. Moral Influences, cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable ex Mor-ganto- n, Huthwkli.. STOP THAT HEADACHE e properly tltted with lly Inning your htab.gnule lenii. Ji K. illll, Hint Main Ht.. Htniilord, Ky.,wlll nupplv your needs uud guiirunteeuitinfactlon. lie nUo curries In ktock KdUoil phonograph and the iHteat w hlcli ou can buy for cimli, or ou monthly IndulluivnU. Cull ami let u talk the matter over. KYKHTKHfKU KHKK. & il Ha-gi- n, e. FARMS FOR SALE 1 or lib to tell prl ately my farm of 61 acres at Jumbo. Llnuolu Count;, Ky. four mllea pen sea. from McKlnney, Han on It good dwelling, good baru. cellar, prlug boute, Xlio session oegitis epi. nue water, eio. i.niiu i iu uihuhuivuivui imall thatlnn. Alto bau four other Teruu farmiwell IniproM'd. tatli- RICHARD HENRY foruile. All ,,lc,or5r' n. awn-Lie- . Htnf ord, Ky., It. K. V, No. . w id, iuuu. wnio ior catalogue LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY CROSSFIELD. A. M Ph. D. Pre. . wAifc-- . tJh - -- i t , ii';"' v I V-The Interior Journal. Poii-Ofl- L. SN.TIMETHBLE No.W.IiMr. M. PARMER'S DIPARTMIRT. u(T ing for want The cotton crop of rain. at Stanford at WrUnedin Uu J. S. Hockcr bought of Green Gooch 18 yearlings at $13. For Sale. 200 good stock ewes. A. W. Carpenter, Horeland Let J. S. Murphy, the McKlnncy No. J1.H0Uth.il tWr.x. miller, do your custom grinding. No.St.HOUth.lllttlA M. No. St, North, 4:40 a. st. J. C. Hays sold to Rome Rubles at No. , North, 4:T r. M. No. J7, 10:47 A.M. Lancaster yesterday a bunch of steers 1 Cured Hay Fever and Summer CoM, JOS. S. RICK, Agent. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberta' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. FARM 1W the htnnford pike. Improvements nnd fencing good; plnty of water nnd fruit. Also 123 ncres of timbered Innd one mile r.nstof McKlnnerthnlf under fence; plenty at 3Jc. of wntcr ond good tohncco land, Hec J. B. Wade defeated n pair of $800 J.A.OIVKNH.ARent, horses with his team of big marcs at aicmnnvy, jvj. the Brodhead fair. He got first money in two rings with them. For Sale. About 50 tons of good Have your measure taken by a tnilor of Then your clothes, het hern low price business suit or the finest evening timothy hay in stack; will have baled as clothes, will have thnt Individuality and lit soon as can sell, G. Y. Conn, Lancaswhich plainly Indicate they were made to yuur measure, 1 wiuniso inito your iurn.-nr- e ter, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. for extrn trousers, fancy ests, top Capt. T. J. Clay, of Lexington, sold coats nnd overcoats. Hjirlnu nnd Hummer samples on hand ready lor jour inspection a yearling filly by imported Adam out II. O. ItUl'LE Y.The Tnilor, of Elian Gowan, to Andrew Miller, of Htnnford, Ky. New York City, for $5,000. CUT FLO WEBS FOB SALE! A pale red cow, fat and weighing I can furnish the public with the best, nt about 800 pounds, left my place Friday well nt the freshest of cut (lowers, plants of nil kinds, bulbs, potted doners, on short night, 13th. She has crumpled horns notice. Also mnke n specialty of wreaths and is getting along in years. Notlfly for for funeral purposes. In connection with the nliove, I have nil T. J. Gross, Crab Orchard. kinds of vegetables on hand nt rensonnble Cattle MenI- -I have 200 acres of prices. CIiniMTMAN OIIKKN H0UHE8. fine pasture, 2J miles from Lancaster KD HCIinAKD, l'HOK. Htnnford, Ky. on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at 75c per head per month. G. Y. Conn, biiuras Tobacco and Tobacca Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. J. D. Ea'ds & Son did well with Black Joe at the Brodhead fair. They won Nothing But two blues and a red with him. Alfred Eads will have him at the London fair this week and at Somerset next week. The Insurance Man, J. I. Hamilton bought Robert Smith's grow-rjgcro- acres, of Rood blue grim The farm of Innd, lying one mile North of McKlnney .on F9RSALEI thrco months with a summer cold so distressing that it interfered with my. business. I had many of tho symp toms of hay fever, and a doctor's pre scription did not reach my caso, and I took several medicines which seemed only to aggravate it. Fortunately I Insisted upon having Foloy's Honey at 4c. J. S. Murphy, the McKlnncy miller, and Tar. It quickly cured mo. My has just received a fresh car load of wlfo has since used Foley's Honey and Tar with the saino success." Sold by salt. William Royston sold at Lancaster New Stanford Drug Co. mules yesterday a pair of Henry Taylor, a formor Negro confor $2S0. vict, charged with killing a whito woTake your wheat and corn to' J. S. man and her baby, nfter assaulting the Murphy, the McKinncy miller. High- mother, was hanged by a mob in Wilest market prices, cox county, Georgia, S. J. Bell sold to L. P. Nunncllcy a m Jersey cow for $50. He also sold to J. Pains of women, hend pains, or any B. Foster a heifer for pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with William Fields & Son bought nt Lan Dr. Shoop's 1,'lnk Pain Tablets. Seo caster yesterday a bunch of cows at 3c, full formula on 25c box. Sold by some steers at 3Jc and a lot of lambs Penny's Drug Store. ld A.S. Nusbaum, Datcsvlllo, Indiana, writes: "Last year I utt'orod for Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the Citizens ? FA A National Life 4 FOR SALE1 Stock Dry floods, Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Ae.; about ,uu, lo-- I tig fair business. Liberal terms. O. II. HAIUIIH, Crab Orchard, Ky. When Ordering Clothes 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: '. If. r NOT1CEI Tho.e having claims against tho estate ot Mrs. Mlnrrva Cobb III plente prose nt them properly proven to me by Auk. 9), ltw. IttciiARii Co mi, Ks'or., Danville, Ky. 0 B. D. CARTER, New Liverv Depot Street, Phone 90, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. First Week, August 2nd, $100,960.00. Total Second Week, August 9th, Total Third Week, August 16th, Total Fourth Week, August 23rd, MASONS' MEET. Lincoln Lodge No.fW F. A A. M. 111 Farm forRentfor 1910. Farm contains Ml acres, llrlck house ot rooms, barns, cribs unit all outbuildings and line spring: a) acres of Inttum land; 40 acres upland, hnlanco lu grass nnd timber. Heedlnc rights this Kail. Would like to rent before Hcpt. 15. Call on Mni. HAtl.lK J. I'EV.NIMOTOV. It. K. 1. No. 1, Htnnford. Ky. T Jesse tarns. Insurance. D. Wearen, M. $200,240.00. SURVEYING AND CIVIL STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone M; Olllce, Insure with nic and he fully protected. -- tA ..:v BUY YOUR nvt WOOL HIDESFURS Feathers, Tallow, BtesHax, Giaseio, Golden Seal, (Yellow Root), elc. We a'e Dealers, and cn do brller I or ycu maa Bsenis or commission mcrcnanu. Reference, any Dank in Louisville. Write for weekly price list and shin. ping liju Wefunush uocl bags tree. I R1.SABEL.&S0NS, Z29E.MirketSL E1aUHC IN 166S LOUISVILLE. KY. . INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and 'Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. R. B. MAHOINY farm of acres, near Marksbury, at traded it to Wm. Blanks on the Danville pike for his farm; then sold the farm to Jord House at $100. Lancaster Record. J. II. Baughman showed his mules In nine rings at the Richmond fair last week and won 13 ribbons two blues, eight reds, two yellows and one white. He won the second, third and fourth premium in the $100 stake. The tobacco department of the American Society of Equity met at Bowling Green and adopted a pledge for the pooling of tobacco by members who live in the Burley district. The price limit was fixed at 15 cents a pound. R. L. Burton's I'haroah, Lancaster's pride, has shown in eight roadster rings this year and won six blues and one red tie. He won in the harness ring at Richmond, defeating Clarence Kerr's sorrel gelding and nine other good one?. In 15 years we have imported bushels of potatoes, or, all told, about of n single year's crop in this country. The value of the imports has been $12,000,000 for the 15 years; the duties paid have been 100 S70; o over tho telephone through tho HuttoiiMlle Exchange. WALfKlt MCKINNKV. I am prepared todoall kinds of survejlng anil cl II engineering promptly. My work will lm guaranteed nnd my prices are reasonable. Write me at McKlnney or call me $345,000.00. SHOWS rr-isrrr-rk-iz The McKlnney Woolen Mills, McKlnney, Ky. Is now In operation nnd Is ready to acne the public lu making Jeans, Mnvyi, Blankets. Klaunels, arns, Ktc. Will either work ooI or exchange goods for It. High est market price for wool. V. II. WIlIflllT, I'ror. S469.460.00. theshowof it -- mi iu m hi ima as i i 'j-'--s .t -y ssaa j Inotntcd communication 011 eaih tint and third Monday nUhls ofench month.nl T o'clock in their hall on main streeet, Htiui ford.Ky. Members of sister lodKvsaro. Inxllcd to lw present. T. W. Hec. ino.'t n, CONCRETING tlrtt-cla- fine Blue Grass farms 9s?ft Di:pAYsai55QA nnnoo PREMIUMS - UIU NIGHTS TOV,VUl. f- J HORSE rfv jnS We are In position to do nil kinds of con creting, such as Hlock Work. I'aveiuents Reasonable Prices. and, lu fact. we. can make any thing from r nouseaown ton ience ikisi. we can icne s you promptly nnd guarantee We have for sale a great many denomanu material, uanaiuigei our prices sirable farm", located in Marion nnd before )uu buy your mntertul at least. e 25 PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD TY FOR SALE ! COUN- $6,000,000. J,L.Beazley&Co., V I' I There about 150 cattle on the Lancaster mar ket yesterday and some demand for them. Some extra good yearlings brought lie Heifers went at 3 to 3Jc and butcher stuff at 2 to 2Je. The horse market was Slow. Harris & Woods won the following awards at the Richmond fair: 1st on mule colt either sex. This was a $100 stake. 1st on mule either sex, 2 years old and under 3; 1st on mule either sex, 3 years and under 4; 1st and 2nd on mule 4 years and over; 1st on best pair of mules; 1st on best mare and colt; 1st on best horse, mule under 1 year; 1st on mule any age, winning tho last named stake with a over a large ld Lancaster uourt. were adjoining counlict. In tiies, tlies-farms range from the very small farm Price very to tho very large one. reasonable. lands are adapted to the culTh tivation of all the crops raked in otli- Injattwlio 0 IN PAVILION SHOW AND HIPPODROME DUILOINO DAILY RACES NATIELL0 AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS GREAT SIDE SHOWS '40NjrHE PASS 25 Here the tlaest lire slock and the best firraprodacti are assembled Irlind taeefa friend, amusement is combined with Inlorraillon. Snow rain or shine, day and Bifht la Ihe largest and most mifnlllcent Lire. Slock NtUIoo la Ike world. nuwicr vi a niiuon n 111 oe nere. LUftt, FOR INrORMATION-CATALOCUK-tNT- LOW RAILROAD' KATES KY OT e have a line hurley tobacco tion. If you nre intcrceted, write or A tine I'lue Krass farm for tale situated on newnlku near I'olnt Ieaell nnd six miles call on us. south of Ijinciuler, coiitnluliiK al ncres, Ken locuieii in (lim neiunuiriioou, wmj Real Co. part of the John Walker tract, with it Ky, fvtvu-rooresidence thereon, nit li nil neccusaryouthulldlncsand Kood, Jiew lirn tUxAO. Well watered, six never falling springs nnd creek running through. Tkkjis. cash In hand, balance on nnd twoyiarsfrumdavof sale, bearing six aar cent lntert st until paid. Having sold my farm. I will sell to the 1'er.ons looklne for such placv plense write highest and best bidder at my farm, one V. U. Walklu, Htnnford, or see mile Houth ot llryautllle, Ky.,on iC iiC vitoa tTCwIOIss 320 PaulJono Bldg.' m J. W. NEWMAN. S.creUry.ii BLANKS. ADDRESS LoulavllloT Ky. jjm Central liy. two-stor- Estate Lebanon, PUBLIC SALE! Cbe Lincoln County national Bank TJiursddy,Aug Promptly nt 10 UndertaKers and Embalm Also Dealers in Furejra. niture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinda of Stock. Givo Them a Call. Price Right. Hiilinr suffered considerable annoyance nnd damage from outlaws. In breuklng gate latches and tearing down and detro)lug my gates, on tua county road that runs through my farm, I hao concluded to olTer n reward for Information leading to the field. conviction of such iivrsou or (mrtous. I tor Inforwill therefore yle the sum of mation Icadlngfo the arrest nnd conviction Washington's Plague Spots of any party or parties, that lmn broken lie In tho low, marshy bottoms ot tho the latches on any of my gates.or that time sawed down or torn down any of my gates l'otomau, tho breeding ground of ma on the. county road which runs from the Hustonvlllo turnpike to the MllledKellle laria germs. These germs cause chills, turnpike, through my farmtnnd I will gtu lending fever and ague, biliousness, laundlce, the same amount for Information party or to tho arrest mid conviction of any lassitude, weakness und general de- parties who In the future commit nuy of tho bility and bring sutTurlng or death to ntnne otlensea. hand this 10th day of August, Witness my T.J. II 1, 1.. Hit. thousands yearly. Hut Electric Hit- IIud. v ters never fall to destroy them und cure malaria troubles ' They are tho u best tonlo and euro for We. whose names appear below, strictly 1 over used," writes It. M. forbid hunting, fishing or any klud of tresJames, of Louollen, S O. They euro passing on our places and will prosecute viof the law. to the Stomach, Livor, Kidney and Wood olator,Mnttle full extentItelrheiibucn llros Hewes, Miss A.T. Travlor. Troubles and will prevent Typhoid. Kred llaumauu. N. II, riuuimer, Milium (looch. Try them, 60c. Guaranteed by Pen It. (), Nunuelley, Will Hester, llauglimnn, J. W. l'eok. J. W, llruce, ny's Drugstore. DnvldHtuiens. J. K. JohiiUumeiiUch, Win.Uordler. M. I), i: I more, Dan Tray lor. To The Voters of Crab Orchard Mag (lotllhOllok, Fred llandorf. M.Anderson. J. J. Thompson. Mr. I.Mrs. Jus. II. Kads isterial District. anil J. K. Moser, Mrs. N.J, Ilortou A. KlUtsa Mr. J. W. Moore having withdrawn, Mrs.Ueo. Logan. J.J.KIllott. W. It. Daugherty, Frank Cordler, and being solicited by many taxpayers ltev. Katherlo, Dr.fl.O. Perry. II. W.dntnes, H. It. Iliughman, and voters of this magisterial district, A. 1). Itoot. t'rlah Albrluht. I have against my inclination, decided Mrs. Margaret (looch, Jacob (lander to become a candidate for justice of the lieo. (i. liivens, W. H.Traylor Ham Hoberts. peace, subject to the action of tho demJohn Jmvr, M.J. llofuiaun, ocratic party. If the people want mo Amend Hchaefer, A. It. Malheny K.T. lleaxley 1 will serve. I shall not make any can1.. H. (lamer, Mrs. J. II. Owsley, II. I.. Kagaley, M. J, Morgan, vass for the ofilco as the emoluments do II. U. Wtttkftu, not justify it. If elected I will use my H.T. Harris, J. (J. Hundley. It. ti.urow, (7. K.McOlure. best endeavors to protect the taxpayMrs. Nannie 11. flood, Anton Houecker, AndersouOarr. ers and the county. W. M. Dlsboii, Kred VouUruenlgnn It. II. Brqnaugii. T. U Ilaughman, Mrs. Kate Ador NtoOluti, Mrs. Ilebeccu K. Uarpeuter W. Kopatx, J. K. Moier, The loss by the fire in Monterey, I), twvlurs, Jokn H. Ue, Mexico, Is estimated at 11,450,000. 1 REWARD. 2609, Of Stanford, Kentucky a.m., the following personal property: Sixty Horses. Mules and Shetland Ponies; 30 Jersey Cows and Calves, 72 Southdown 8. H. SHANKS, Sheep. J. B. PAXTON, Olio stallion by Oratorio, dam HnllleOllnker J:l.l!4i one earllng stallion by Hearchllght, dam by Ashland Wilkes: nine brood mares with colts; otiuextra good colts by JlmUlark; saddle maiej two one yearling race colt; four-- ) yearling colts by JlmUlark; one pair mare horse mule, mules; one ear-ol- d tbree-)enr-ol- d Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 40,000.00 . W. M. 340,000.00 BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. PRESIDENT J. 11. SHETLAND PONIES. stallion; H brood mares, One which are natle ponies j a Imported mares, registered; lu curling colts; B suckling colts. POSTED. STAMFORD. - d ma-larl- KENTUCKY. COWS AND CALVES. One registered Jersey bull, 3 years old; 10 Jersey cows with calves; t yearling Jersey heifers; S ) curling steers. DIRCOTORSi Owaley, Staulonl; S. II. bliiuiks, Buinford; Geo. W. Curtor, Stanford John B. Foster, Stunfonl; W. II. Sliankii, Stiuifunl; T. C. Rankin, Lancaster; J. H. I'nxton, Stunfonl; W. II. Traylor, Gillierta Creek; tl. L. Uublilo, Lancaster; W. II. Cuiiimins, l'rcucherarillc; Lilliurn Gooch, GllbcrU Cretk. J. C. McClary, nn SHEEP. purebred Houthdowu ewes, most of them sired by n buck that took the premium at the Islington fair: 11 Houthdovm M B. NORTHCOTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch hjlouse, Stanford, Ky., Thurrnan Tudor, Mgr. ' in a- - 1 bucks, )carllDg to lft shoals. - W TACKS Onex-year-o- AND JENNETS. Jack und two Jennets with colts by side, Undertaker- - Kmbalmer and ealer In', Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, a- KY- - perfect order; farming Implements consisting ot wheat drill, corn planter, mower, roller, binder, plows, cultltntor. hay rake, wagon, cutting harrow, lice Palace, with 10 swarms of bees, lard furnace, 43 gallon capacity and other things too numerous to mention, UouMhold and kitchen furniture, Including a tine Itadtunt Home Heater, ret frlgerator, solid oaK office desk, 1 solid oalr bookcase, 1 rosewood book case, lot of old fashioned furniture and numerous other tblugs that you will want. Pedigree will be furnished of the pedigreed stock. TKHMM, inaae Known on aay or sale., 111 One Kaufman runabout, I Jjuggy, 1 buggy pole, 1 double set of harness, bridles und saddles, lot of hay, I tobacco setter, neer beeu used, 1 Mosler safe, combination lock, M Hion., Iff, Jlotoeftioco t. Christian Jacob, Ool.I.M. Duan, Auctioneer. jerr T.DUNN. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. 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