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The Progress and Safety of the Educated Citizenship. tIon....An "Ho ashamed to dlo until you have won some victory for humanity." nt , , c,t STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY. AUGUST fault with. In tho words of nent writer, "anybody can n promifind fault 27. 1909. MO. 52. BRODHEAD. HEWS NOTES. GO who has a small soul, a feeblo wit and during fair a bitter tonguo. To judgo truly, one Todd $140 for selling whisky must have a large soul, a trained mind, weeK. Tho new chairs at tho Baptist church Catholic lastc, a tcachalHo disposition, Mann. have been put up and the benches resentl-mea sweet reasonableness." These latter Tho field whcro tho foregoing moved. may find Its fullest fruition Is In traits, we hope will be the characterisA. E. Albright had charge of the parents tics of pupil and patron, teacher and tho schools of our land. Tho singing for the Tate's creek association can and aro hereby urged to aid In trustee, not only In District No 1, but which was held at Crab Orchard this strengthening tho hands of teachers, in ovcry district in Lincoln county. week. The Stanford Graded and High School stimulating educational Interest and daughMiss Lillie Scott, a arousing tho community to a genuine will open for work Monday, Sept. Gth, ter of William Scott, of the Quail secprldo In tho work of and wo have better facilities than ever tion, died and intelligent of typhoid fever and was schools. If each patron will ask tho before. There Is a teacher for every burled at Providence last Saturday. following question of self, 1. o.: "Am I grade. There arc three university gradHiram Tanner, an unmarried man of doing what I can by word and act to uates and others very capable. A high near here, aged about 60, dropped dead fosexperienen school teacher of flvo years' promote tho causo of education by Monday morning while in tho woods tering a better spirit toward leaders In hus been engaged. The county high sawing wood. He was buried in tho tho youth school Is coexistent with ours. This tho work by helping to train Sayers burying ground Tuesday. means that nil tho pupils in the county to habits of obedience to delegated Dave Roberts, employed with tho L. rather than bo rebellious, and prepared for high school work with & N. fencing gang, while coming in child," in proper credentials nrn entitled .to free to help to educate tho whole from work a few nights ago, fell from preparing him not only to llvo, but to tuition. About 1G names aro already his hand car and was very painfully enjoy life. Let us first look at some assured and others will follow. Vocal hurt. Some ugly gashes wcro cut about fruits of education. Some one will say, music and elocution will be taught ns his face. be mado I know a man without any education they were last year,. Art will Manager Owens, of the Hansford who has made a sucsess, also a man a special feature with Mrs. Catherine Telephone Co., informs us that the McClary, a lady of special talent and with education who is a dismal failure. wires of the East Tenncstee or Belt Wo will grant this, but know that each thorough preparation, as teacher. Tho Telephone Co. now run into his comconspicuous for Its rarity. uso of color as a means of expression pany's switch board and subscribers Illustration Is Let us look at a striking example. Take has come to bo regarded by educators with his company who wish to use the look as an important factor in the developthe number of prison Inmates and East Tennessee Go's, lines for long dismental powers. ment at tho overwhelmingly largo percentage This Isof the child's or frill, but is a tance purees can do so at their homes bo not a mere fad of illiterates In any prison, and then having to go to Robins' drug highest type. instead of bold enough to assert that education cultured subject of tho store, where tho Bell Telephone Co's. Better results will came of other nark toll docs not mako a better citizen. station has been sinco the wires is useCraft and avarice, gold and Iron can as tho child is skilled in art. It were strung through this town. State-houful as well as ornamental and all who not rear a State, but when thu For a whllo last Tuesday it looked is the hearthstone, the safety of can possibly do so should take up work like Brodhcad was the county scat and reour nation is about to come and is as- In art. Parents and citizens are in session. Attv. S. any time. circuit court was sured. Help tho State to progress by quested to visit the school at D. Lewis and Judge Bethurum wcro inis the school of the people, by tho It Inculcatingdeslrcs for learning and here trying several cases, the first of spiring respect for teachers so that tho people, for the people. which was an inquest or preliminary J. W. Ireland, Supt. bearing in the murder of Bogue Philwork, and by teacher may do his best creating high aspirations. Wo should lips which occurred one night during HIGHLAND. not only have high aspirations but also fair last week. The jury returned a try to realize Fine weather for fruit drying. possess the courage to verdict that Bogue Phillips came to his them; for ns Emerson says: "That Sorghum making will soon begin. death at tho hands of O. W. Turpin and O. (i. Speaks has brought in his Henry Kobcrts, they using as weapons which befits us, embosomed in beauty and wonder as we are, is cheerfulness thresher and is now putting up a a knife or other sharp instrument and o and courage, and tho endeavor to roal-Iz- new barn for himself. a club or blunt instrument of some kind. It would appear II. Frank Horton and J. Wash Cook our aspirations." The Brodhe.ul fair is a thing of the us aro havu both hnd quite n job cleaning out to a closo observer that most of past. The association claims to have too Indulgent to ourselves and our child- and rewatiing their wells which caved had a better meeting t hid. year than at ren. PcstalozzI, tho great educational in during tho rams through the Spring. any previous time. Tho attendance reformer, said: "I tee Indulgence deDao Young, who has been living was larger and an increase in gate respoiling tho highest moral, spiritual near Nichulasvillo thu past two or three ceipts. Most everybody seems well years, has moved back to his mother's satisfied nnd arc looking forward to and civil Interests, and sapping the place here. Mauser Dnugh, who went another year. There were lots of visof our race." When this Indulgence becomes so pa- to Oklahoma in tho early Spnng.isback itors with us but too many to enumera tent that parents and citizens permit in his old Kentucky home. Misses ate however, must of them have now and Martha Meier visited their returned to their homes. On tho first the youth of our land to bo deprived of that one good gift to all, whether rich brother, Jhke, at Somerset. Mr. und day of the fair a horse jumped out of or poor, another reformation is due. Mrs. Cyrus Covir, of Turnersville, ring over fence, knocking Burton Shall wo suffer a whim of the child or were visitors at John Meier's Sunday. Owens, "Uncle Dock," down, breaking n criticism against some one. to shut Mr. Oscar Huffman and family are vis- collar bone und bruising him up consid the child from an education ? Shall iting at Mr. J. M. Meier's. Miss Lula erably. He is getting along nicely homclies. pleasures, feigned dislike of Newell, of Science Hill, spent sevcrul now. On the second day of the fair rnnrtnement. criticisms or any other days with her cousin Miss Myrtle Berry. the "Uccan Wave," which was a no creature separate tho child from that Master Clarence Young, of Nelson has account affair any way, collapsed, hurtpossession, tho accretion of which pre- been visiting his grandfather, J. S. ing several who were riding upon it, pares and produces n well rounded man Young. Mrs. M. 0. llryant and daugh- among the number and the worso inor woman fit for all tho duties of life 7 ter, of Iturnside, havu been thu guests jured was little Miss Miller, daughter of Harvard Uni- of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Young. of Mrs. Mollie Miller, of Mt. Vernon. Tho presldent-cmeriu- s versity said In a recent lecture: The Mrs. Ora Foster and husband, of Lin-ni- Un the night of tbe second day Bogue gave us a call while en routu to Phillips was cut to death by one supAmerican public has more faith in eduction as a means to tho wholesa! Stanford. Quito n number flf our peo- posed to be O. W. Turpin. On last day Improvement of human conditions than ple took in tho convention at Stanford of fair Uobt. Bowman's homo while 'in any other agency. Let tho citizens Saturday whllo u number of others at- running in tho plug race fell, throwing of Lincoln county and every other coun- tended thu Bale of Mrs. Mattio James. his owner head-lonto the ground hurtty show their belief in this proposition ing him very much. OutsiJe of these Resolutions of Respect. by entering heartily into the support of accidents nnd more drinking than was Kings Mountain Tent No, 111 K. 0. ever known hero the fair was an enjoyevery educational enterprise Will this not mako for the progress and safety T. M., Aug. 21. Whereas it has pleas- able event. of our nation 7 ed our Almighty God in His divino wisottenheikT" An educated citizenship prevents civ- - dom to remove from our midst our bep utrlfo. Wars have ceased with tho loved brother, Sir Night James A. Col. Kldd killed a large "hoot" owl progress of education. Sinco wo know thercforo be it resolved that measured 4J feet from tip to tip. that "civic strifo can turn the happiest 1st. That In tho death of Sir Knight A German by the name of Spitzler hearth into a grievous sore of self tor- James A. Engleman this tent has lost bought a work horse of Mrs. Jano Colewe aro more nnxious a true and faithful member, and the menting earth," man for $10. to incrcaso educationnl prldo and thus community a good citizen. Tobacco cutting is in full blast and do away with civic strifes. May tho 2nd. That tho sympathy and condoon every son and lence of this tent be" extended to the the majority of the farmers are well beams of mercy shlno satisfied with tho yield. daughter of our old Commonwealth and members of tho bereaved family and Walter James, who is a news boy, community until nil shall hail the edu- friends, and that the charter of our with hcadquurters at Richmond, ppent cational mlllenium. tent be draped and tho usual badge of last week with the homefolks. We may all get joy from our sur- - mourning be worn for 30 days. of Harrodsburg, Wm. Lawrence, mundlnifg if wo but make tho best of 3rd. That a copy of theso resolutions brother-in-laof Vt T. White, towns be spread on the minute book of our who is n them. Do not think that other of this place, was visiting here last aro all better, that better conditions tent; also a copy of these resolutions week. obtain elsewhere, and that far away be presented to thu family of the deA. J. Manuel, of Garrard, is with schools are tho best. ceased and a copy sent to thu Intkuiok relatives in' this section. He reports thlntra far oif wo toil, whllo Journal and Advocate for publication. "For corn and tobacco above the averago in many a good S. II. Chevoletto, W. F. Lane, Wm. that section. Not sought, because too near, Is never M. Mccks, committeo. There is a big show billed for our gained." town Saturday, which means that the feeling to Cadso a plentltudo of good "Health Colleo" is tho eloverest knob capital is rapidly improving. The permeate the placo in winch you live, Imitation of real colTeo over vet mado. prospect for n large crowd is good, as our people believe in patronizing home glvo tho best that's in you and the best Dr. Shoop created it from pure parch- industry. Let Stanford give us a good slow to ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. I'lno In crowd and Bee if we are not telling the will como back to you, lie as criticize a fault as to praise a virtue llavor Is made In just ono mlnuto. truth. not only in educational alfaira but all No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. to All persosjri aro recommended civic affairs. Let each so live, act, ed- Sample free, Penny's Drug Store. take Foley's Kidney Uemedy for backucate, that the thoughts of our past Gov. J. C. S, Blackburn's nephew ache, rheumatism und Kidney and years will breed in us perpetual beneconfirmed the report that tho former bladder trouble. It will quickly corWe do not claim that Standictions. rect urinary irregularities, which, If ford High School is the best in tho Senator from Kentucky had resigned neglected, may dovetop Into a serious wo do claim for it a superi- as Governor of the Panama Canal Zone State, but and that he would return to Kentucky Illness. It will restore health and ority over1 many of Its kind, and the strength. Sold by New Stanford Drug citizens have made It possible by their and llvo on his farm In Woodford counCo. , which we sincerely ty. hearty Charles Robinson bought the Harrodshopo will be continued. For Indigestion and all stomach $8,000. It cost Let no sons of Zermlah, or Ismaelit-is- h trouble take Foley's Orlno Laxative, burg opera house for $19,000. attempt to destroy tho efspirits as It stimulates the stomach and liver The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets fect of earnest workers for educational and regulates the bowels and will posiprogress. In your estimates of work tively cure habitual constipation, called Preventlcs, will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrippe. done by a teacher or any worker for Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co. Sold by Penny's Try thera! public good, do not find fault until you Drug Store. Harrisonburg, Va., voted "wet." first found out somethIK .to flad have se life-bloKm-me, g James Owens was fined and Elihu George A. Park, aged 69, Is dead at Irvine. Democrats of Owcnsboro nominated Dr. S. Lambert for Mayor. J. B. Robinson, tho engineer, was killed in a wreck on tho Pennsylvania road near Youngstown, O. Two women were killed and fivo oth er persons wero injured when an auto mobile was run down by a train at a Big Four crossing in Kankakee. J. T. Myrick, n farmer and mill man, was shot from ambush and Instantly killed while riding along the road from his home to his mill nenr Sayro, Ala. A guest nt the Stag Hotel, in Louis- yIle, registering as Frank Pinner, of Ashville, N. C, was found dead In bed, the victim of laudanum poisoning. The American Red Cross Society plans to issue 50,000.000 Christmas stamps this year. The society received over $133,000 from the sales last Christ mas. Mrs. M. A. McFaul, aged G3 years, was killed and a granddaughter, Miss Williams, was seriously injured by a Southern railway passenger train past of Knoxvllle. Judge Burdette in tho circuit court at Charleston, W. Va., issued an injunction restraining the State and coun ty officials f'om enforcing the two-cefare law against the Norfolk and Western railroad. The court holds the law is unconstitutional and is confiscatory on its face. Believing that an officer in uniform is handicapped in the effort to suppress violation of the prohibition law in Nashville, Mayor James S. Brown has instructed Chief of Police Henry Cur-ra- n to order all patrolmen to lay aside ! Coprrlght iooi br uniforms until further notice and reHart Schattner&Mau port in plain clothes. HART, SCHAFFXER it MARX'S SUIfS are made by tho largest tai In order that sheep may be received goods and for exhibition at tho State Fair and af loring house in tho United States. They cut nothing but terward be shipped out of the State, guarantee every garment bearing their label to be the Department of Agriculture has made the necessary modifications of tho The Best is None Too Good (or von. ''All'1 all-wo- Federal quarantine regulations relating The temto sheep scab in Kentucky. porary unloading of sheep within the State when desirable also will bo per- ALL WOOL, TAILOR-MAD- E, mitted. The officials of tho Indiannpolis speedway, where five persons were killed during the nuto races last week, have made important changes in contest rules. The most important one is race that no driver in a can continue more than 100 milts on a stretch, and that the driver must sub mit to a physical examination before long-distan- PERFECT IN FIT, PERMANENT IN COLORS. FULL SATISFACTION. EXAMINE OUR NEW FALL LINE. t tho race. Reduced Freight Rates to the Ken- Cummins & Wearen, tucky State Fair. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. The Kentucky State Fair Manage ment announces that it has secured a positive reduction in the switching charges into the Kentucky State Fair grounds on all kinds of freight, including live Stock, fiuin $7 per cur in und $7 per car out, to $3 per car in nnd $3 All Summer goods must be sold nt CoU. Wo are overcrowded and must pet car out. They believe that in n mako room for our Full stock of new, fresh good. Nuto tho prices: short time they will be able to induce 814 48 Men's Suits were Selling nt S22 50 now thb railroads to absorb all the switchirg 12 OS Men's Suits wero Selling nt $18 00 now charges and, in fact, have the promise lOaOjMI Men's Suits were Selling at 815 00 now of some of the railroads to do so and are nnxious that all exhltitors know now Men's Suits were Selling at 812 50 that they will not have to pay such a 7 48 Men's Suits were Selliug at 810 00 now high rate, even if they hnve to pay any 4 48 Men's Suits wero Selling at S 7 50 now thing, as they paid last year. 83 25 Mcu's Low Shoes wcro Selling at 84 00 now No mutter how long you havo suf 2 08 Men's Low Shoes were Selling at 8.1 50 now Remedy will fered, Foley's Kidney 2 38 Men's Low Shoes wero Selling nt S3 00 now help you. Mrs. S L. nowen, of 1 08 Wayne, V. Va., writes: I was a suf Men's Low Shoes wero Selling at 82 50 uow ferer from kidney dlseaso, so that at 82 38 Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling at $!t 50 now times I could not get out of bed, and 2 10 Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling at 83 00 now when 1 did I could not stand straight. Ono "1 08 I took Foley's Kidney Remedy. Ladies' Low Shoes woro Selliug at 82 50 now dollar bottle and part of the second 1 38 Ludies'Low Shoes were Selling at 82 00 now cured me entirely." It will euro you, 1 19 Low- - Shoes wcro Selling nt 81 50 now Ladies' Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. 8.08 Straw Hate, 81 50 Value Mrs. Pearl Creamer has filed suit at 1 38 Hats, $2 00 Value Bedford, Ind., against M. Basley, a for2 24 Hats, 83 00 Valuo mer saloon keeper of Mitchell, and the 2 08 American Surety Company, of New Hats, $3 50 Value uow York, who were his bondsmen, for damages in the sum of $2,000 for al leged injuries to her husband, caused by the defendant selling him liquor, on CUT PRICES: now-Stra- now-Stra- now-Stra- which. It is alleged, ho became Intoxi cated and staggered Into a passing train, being rendered a cripple for life. SAM KOBINSON, STANFORD. KY. . c, It Is tho weak norves that aro crying out for help. Then help them, don't drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. THE FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH. Vitalize theso weak Inside nerves with Dr. Shoop's Urstoratlve und see how fast good health will come to you Good for all Liver, Kidney and Rowel complaints. The C. N. O. & T. again. Test It and see, Sold by 1. sell found-tritickets on Friday aud Saturday, good for 10 days, to Penny's DrugStoro. Spring City as follows: Upon the request of the sheriff two Lexington 84 30 ....... 86 05 Kings Mountain companies of militia were sent from Nicholasvillo 3 05 5 00 Pulaski Natchez to Meadville, Miss., to prevent 4 25 6 40 Wayuesburg High Bridge further fighting between the Newman 5 55 5 25 Wihnoro and Pritchard factions. The sheriff llurgiu said that he was unable to cope witn 3 CO 5 00 Science Hill Danville the situation. mm 3 00 4 00 Somerset Junction City A tickling ordrycough can bequlck-l- y loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Modern Hotel. All conveniences. Hack meets all traius. Ask your Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, Doctor. RH EA SPRINGS HOTEL Co. , nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Rhea Springs, Tenn. Penny's Drug Store, p COME TO RHEA SPRINGS, Xt ..Cm.wk CTjjRr !iJjT, y-- . The interior Journal. CC WALTON Democratic TicKet. Kor Circuit Judge, M. C. SAUFLEY of Ilncoln, For Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, ol Meio T. Kor mnte Senator, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. Kor ltepreontntlve, W. H. SHANKS KotJounty Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY KorConntjr Attorney, W.S.BURCH Kor Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For BhcrllT, w. l. Mccarty For Cou nty Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER v For Jailer, DINK FARMER v Ml I'll The census bureau reports that 56 House nml carrlace paintlnc. graining nnlshlng, per cent, of the church members aro nml bnrdwood n specialty.paper bnnginn. Hhop otoslte Hubber tiring women. Looking in on a city church depot. J. J. UKLDKVACo.,Htanfonl,Ky, congregation ono would think the pro J. K.HELM.SR portion of women a great deal larger. of In fact if the church membership or For Magistrate Waynesbnrg District, men will represent the proportion of IOHNM.CAMDEM I desire to sell privately my stock of Grothoso who will enjoy the delights ol the For Constable Waynesburg District, good businml Hardware. Doing aweet thero will not be ceries Will Invoice about liJXQ. ltenson ness. JOHN G. BAUGH lllhealtb. enough of them, as Sam Jones used to JF.O. D. HOl'I'Elt, Stanford, Ky. Ir is always the poor mothers who say, to furnish bass for the heavenly I suffer most. Crazed over the verdict choir. of the court martial of tho young ca only got 32 miles on his Wellman Notice of dets, that her son killed himself, Mrs, balloon trip to tho North pole before Hene,vho nppllcntlon forof pnrdon of (leo. forgery In tho vvus conlcted May says she will never let up till it the air ship collapsed. It was the third circuit court of Lincoln county nt the govSutton term of snld court, 11" v, will ink the is shown that he was murdered by the attempt, but he will continue to try ernor for pardon of itld coin let and nil tho governor and crowd he was with and that if necessa- again ns long as the Chicago newspa- who objtct wilt notifyobjection they may stnte In writing any ry to secure a fair trial she will appeal per, which is putting up tho money for have against the Mime. Application pt for 1, to Congress. The verdict seems to be the doubtful trip, as a means of adver- this pardon to lie made KICK flKMlK. Us. 1(1, 10W. Aug. a parody on justice and shows that mil tising, which is a very costly and apitary courts are as bad as some of the parently a far from lucrative one. civil tribunals for turning the guilty loose. How much any one will think Lutes Bros. Clear Their Skirts. that Harry Thaw is deserving of every 1 Knler In iind Manufacturer of Will you be so kind as to give us thing he has gotten and more, tho whole country regards with admiration space enough in your valued paper to Marblo and Granite Monuments, the heroic fight his mother made to defend the good namo of our business, save his life and give him freedom which we have labored so hard and Markers and Posts, Cemetery and Jjiwn There is no earthly friend like a moth- faithfully to gain, that we may bo able Vnsesnnd Hetties. Office and works, Ky. er in her disinterested devotion. The to rptain the friendship and good will who have been so loyal to us ? wife may desert, the sister may grow of those Wo noticed in your paper a piece callous, but the mother's love is like a of unceasing power. If written by a citizen from Turnersville youths generally could realize what a regarding the annoyance the good citiOwing to and wanting to lio mother really is, they would strive to zens of our little village have had re- away from borne tome thin minim r. I have Hlx Itiver cently, claiming to be caused by the decided to rent my make her path easier and not, as so Holler Mills, driven by water and steum s many of them do, bring her gray hairs operation of a cream of hops stand, power. Good location. Mill In in sorrow to the grave. We can have supposed to be in tho vicinity of Tur- condition. V. 1I.TIIAYI.OH. It. F. 1). No. 4, Htunford, Ky. Lut ono mother. Let those who still nersville. Wo wish to say to our good have them cherish and love them, nev friends and patrons that wo are not the er forgetting that she is tho dearest operators of such a business. Our busbusiiness is a general merchandising friend this side of heaven. store ness strictly, and an We are monstrous glad to observe full of all the necessaries of life and is One containing: 21 acres, that Appellate Judge O'Rearhas recov- kept at all times in order so that no dKelllmr.irood stock barn undcood 6 room outbuildings. well ered and mounted the raging stump lady or gentleman need fear to enter; all under 1 good fence and eery field years watered; acre In young orchard, 3 again for the tobacco pool. Ho had a and rest assured that they will be treat old; acres In ktuss; all In good state of i,u pounds tobacco)ear. long list of appointments, but when the ed in the most polite and genteel man cultivation; mined per aero on It last and IS bushels wheat row broke out between the Equity and ner in every respect. l'rlce, V0. Hecond tract of W,'i acres with tennnt house, M foot toDncco lurn, the Burley Societies it mado him so We are very thankful to tho3e who well watered, SU acre under new- - fence, lino timber, IS acres well cleared, nick that he canceled them all. He did have so liberally shared their patronage line corn and tobacco land, l'rlce. tmi. on Kouiir-se- t S miles Mouth of Htunford not want to be on the wrong Bide and with us and trust that they will contin 1 No. 1 Is on pike; No. thought it safer to get sick than go ue to remember us and not be mislead mllupike. Tract on county rond. AddressIsor from pike II. 0. 11KH11Y. wrong. The row has been adjusted and by the false impression that wo aro en' see me at Htanford, Ky. like the cat when thrown in the air, gaged in some business not worthy of the judge lands gracefully on his feet. notice Respectfully, When a man gets the gubernatorial Lutes Bros., Jjee to buzzing in his hat, he's got to Turnersville, Ky, be awfully particular which sidn he On Danville A Ilustonllle pike of S0 acres Ky.. mile from More-lantakes in controversies, if any, and the IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. In Lincoln county, well Improved, good well This farm is and cistern and abundance of stock water judge was wise in his day and generaNicholas Bohn has been appointed furnished from springs. Most tion by waiting till the clouds rolled by. postmaster at Silver Creek. of farm In grass. I desire to sell this farm In the next ou days, tocetber with the stock Judge O'Rear may never be governor, 11 daughter of Oden and crop, the stock consisting of 11) highMildred, brood lacks, all ages, bred Jennets, and we are sure he will not, but be can Parks, is dead at Perryville. mares, (registered; registered stallion; as still be a good judge and one of the or at stacks of hay; Or. W. W. Franklin, of Glasgow, acres of corn; IS of every description. farmI will ing Implements shrewdest politicians In the State. sold a harness horse to Lee Jewell for sell the whole outfit or any part of the stock and If I sell the farm without the stock, I so as give not later After drinking some mineral water $1,250. Cobb was killed in a sawmill must sell to make n than ou days stock.to Also me time sale of my Smith once, a man remarked that "it was too mules from work mules down have Nicholasvilie by being thrown to colts. d d technical for me." The same re- near You will have to see tbts farm to appreacross a saw which severed his spine. ciate the location and the many ndi antages mark is applicable to a recent decision of this farm. Any person from u distance Lee Hart, one of the proprietors of desiring to see this farm can come to More-lanof Judge Garrett, of the Missouri Su. Uucolu county, Ky.. on preme Court, who held that a criminal the Reed House in Lexington, has se l irescent route, this farm beingthe Queen only about conviction should be set aside because cured a lease of ten years on tho Itudd JJ mile from station. 11. 1). KINO, Moreland, Ky. the word "the" had been omitted be- House in Owensboro. Ho will take pos session on September 1. fore the words "State of Missouri" in Dunn & Adams sold to Dr. W. M. El the indictment. This seems to bo the liott the farm of James Martin In the limit of technicalities, by the aid of which so many criminals escape their Marcellus neighborhood, the considera Having sold my farm, I to the deserts and which renders the adminis- tion being $20,000. The place contains highest and best bidder, at will tell one. my farm, 213 acres and is located in Garrard halt mile North of McUreary, on the Lantration of the law a farce. To a lay- county, caster and lluokeye turnpike on IK WKIlNKMIJAV.HKI-r.man it seems that when a man is shown lit 10 o'clock A. M, the following iwrioiml to be absolutely guilty as charged, no Seared With A Hot Iron. property I One 5 eur old family horse; 1 live year old saddle inure; 1 good family technicality should intervene in his be- or scaldud by overturned kettle cut mare, y years old, that has proven to be it half. But guilt seems to cut no figure with a knlfo bruised by blammeddoor good mulu mare; I nice (wo)eur old harness mare; two year old horse; J reurllng when the technicalities aro not observ- - injured by gun or in any other way horses; suakllng coltjS work muu-- from three nura ed And that's why so many evil doers tho thing needed at onco Is Ilucklun's two to six ) tar old old ;l good yearling Jucks; 1 good Jennet with Jack colt by go unwhipped of justico and the law Arnica Salvo to subduo Inllammatlon lierslde; I six year old Jennet In foul; 1 three jen)ear old Jennet In foul: 1 two year oldcows; brought into odium. and kill the pain, It'n earth's supremo nets; S Jersey cows und call es: milk dry cow: y good short yearling steers; 1 healer, Infallible for Hulls, Ulcers, Jersey bull; liu barrels of new corn: also A case marked "Fresh Eggs," ar- Fever Sores, Kcema and Piles, 25oat household und kitchen furniture und farm-In- x Implements. rived in New York from tho West tho Penny's Drug Storo. TKlt.MHt All sums of 10 dollars or under, cash; all sums over Its dollars, the purchasother day, which on being openod, connote with good security, Tho whole code of prohibition laws er to give January 1st, lvl0,uud to su Id note tained 14 little chicks with others hatch-hbear Intobedue Legislature at ut the rule of six r cent, per annum the eggs were not fresh, ono passed by the Alabama signed bv Rov. terest maturity till paid, und to be negotiaIf from the recent session was ble tlarrurd llank A t ling can be said in their favor, they Comer, including the Fuller bill, about Trustand nuyablu at theKy. Co., of Lancaster, which there has been so much talk. bad not been in cold storage. J W.IUMi. For Asses'or, JOHN C. PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hchools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Htanford District, IAMES McKECHNlE For Constable Htnnfonl Dlitrlct, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District, I. WARD MOORE For Magistrate llustonvlilo District, Tub republicans and disgruntled dem-- 1 Judge WatU Tarkcr, of the Fayette oeraU at Lexington have called a mass ( Circuit Court, granted a temporary reconvention for the 30th to nominate a straining order after hearing the petl ticket. The disgruntled democrats aro tion of J. II. Hostettcr asking that the mainly thoso who withdrew from tho city of Lexington be enjoined from primary because they saw that they adopting the proposed contract with Laza-spit- e wcro beaten and aro acting more for tho water company known as tho than for tho public good, as It is rus contract. The officials of tho War Department said that none of them oxcept Judge Parker will get on tho ballot, Thero have not yet acceded to Mrs. Sutton'a aro doubts whether Parker will permit request that tho body of her son bo his namo to go under tho log cnbln aN exhumed In order that tho naturo of tho ter having held tho offlco of circuit wound which caused his daath may bo judge for 18 yoars on election by tho determined. Tho secretaries of tho democrats, but thoso who claim to know War ond Navy Departments will bo him beat sav that hli dcslro to retain asked to pass on tho request. his Job is creator thnn his party fealty ..Quiet has been restored at Meadvllle, been with Miss . and tho trootis or honor. If ho should accept a repub- drawn. Tho two men have arrested on tho lican nomination it will show that ho chargo of attempting to assassinate was a democrat for office and rovenuo Ernest Newman wcro dismissed, the only and place him beneath decent con prosecutor being convinced that they sideration. We don't know the judge wero innocent. Henry G. McKcnzie, nn Indianapolis except by reputation, but wo hope for undertaker, shot himself to death in good namo that ho his establishment after having written tho sako of his own will neither solicit nor accept a repub-- J a note designating in which of tho cotlicnn nomination, which, so lar as wo fins ho had in stock ho should be buried The Michigan Railroad Commission can hear, means his political damna issued an ordor prohibiting railroads tion. from running any trains backwards, or with tho cars ahead of the engine. President Taft is not following Hamburg Belle defeated Uhlan in n "my policies," as Roosevelt called 'em, trotting race at Cleveland, O., winning in ono.particular at least. Tho rough tho first heat in 2:011, making a new rider could not have too great an army record. The mare sold for $50,000 at or too many war ships. Mr. Taft is not ter tho race. tho world's record for Paulhan so warlike. In fact he seems "as mild ' .liipntlnn nfbroke romnlninir in the nlr fllcrhf a mannered man as ever cut a throat , ,wo hnul, M minute3 and 2 J seconds r. .1. t ir ni.j ,, ,, .r....! . kuu iu i ni uneims, r ranee. or scuiueu a snip, fighting and taking things easy to the A heavy earthquake shock was felt strenuous life. All of which is Intro- throughout the province of Siena, Ita- ductory to the statement that ho has ly just ordered a reduction of 8,000 men in the army and stopped other leaks In the interest of economy. " a HmH dssssHPSR. its K 'JsWiCiBH?tlf.- - V TLsW Y I Sf V JJ.BELDEN&CO. Stock Merchandise for Sale. e. NOTICE Our especial effort is carin men wear. It you want the ways come to us and you VVcdiK-Mla- StThrGSa"dNicElH'isf. H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. dripping springs. P. O. Crib Orchard, Ky Is now open for tin1 for those I Harry Jacobs, !M .QSB33EBEB&BSBEEBS3li O. L. Penny H. H. Coffey K. it. Colemnn Fisher, Mnnager, for folder. eaon. Write to ipenrs Small Farm For Sale iflj I FOR MOT TKYOUJt FATHER HELP. MILL FOR RENT! first-clas- well-sprin- g I desire to sell privately my farm of 57 acres, In Lincoln county, whmi miles from Htanford and two miles from May wood, nn good road 5, mile from pike. In good neigh- IQjJ borhood, close to church, rural route and ', Ijiud all ery promile from school-housductive, H farm In grass, balance In culti- jMj vation: nil tinder good fence. Comfortable house of six rooms, new Imrn and all ot!ir VM outiiulldlngs. Abundance otirnewnter and fruit of nil kinds. QP J.T. LIVINUHTO.N". It. K. li. No. 1, Htunford, Ky. Talcum Powders, fclHHIgM, Jj rJ Q Hath AJJD ESI'KCIALLY Hru-lic- s, Toilet and Hath Soaps Our Ice Col.l Soda Water with Jerxoy Cream ami Finn Fmit, Flavor, JO PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITT, sVsoroland, r r Two Small Farms for Kentucky, - tort Sale! 1 Koriludnys.ln order to clean up oif Mattings, Druggets, l'arets, Itugs, Ktc Will cent, reduction. Have some rare give Id bargains In nillllmry. Home big Imrgnlns In close outs In wall wiper. Nice selection of framed pictures. Now- Is jour time to buy a handkomu mantle mirror. Call and see them. Choice solectlon of rocVvrs. (iood linn of beds, metal and wood, metal and wood folding IhIs, crlbs.cots. mattresses, springs, counches, Davenports, chairs, suitcases, grips, trunks, eitenslon tables, centre tables, medicine cablmts, gluss, sash, doors, Ac. Cull and sieus. Well equipped stock of funeral supplies. Her vice night or day. CI. II. I'ltL'ITT. Moreland, Ky. $ N't PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. tUBBE9BBHBBSBBB!EE3 Stanford Garage & Machine Co., (INCORPORATED.) Farm for Sale Dinwiddie d. never-falling & up-to-date Co., K 1 Hustonville Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line AUTOMOBILES, FEED CUTTERS, GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, . :, FARM IMPLEMENTS. of goods. AUTOMOBILES -:- FOR -:- - RENT. PUBLIC SALE a. Indigestion Btnraaeh tranbls fs but a STmctod of. and no! trus dims. w think ol Dyspepsia, Heartburn, and Indigestion as real diseases, yet tbsy arc symptoms only ol a osrtala spedfle Nervt tlcknw oothUx slsa. It was this fact that first correctly led Dr. Shoop In ths creation ol (bat now vary popular Stomach sUmsdrDr. Shoop's HMtoratlv. Ooliif direct so ths stomach nervsa. aloos brought that luccesa snd favor to Dr. Shoop and his Kestoratl re. Without that original and highly vital prtnripj. no such lasting accomplishments were aver to bs had. Vor stomach dlsUtss. bloating, biliousness, bad breath and sallow compUxlon. try Dr. Sboop'l s lot your. RestoraUvs Tablsls or Llquid-a- nd Mil what It can and will do. W sail and cbeiw hilly recommend InlUMlf Big Line of Chattanooga Plows, The Best Made. 1 1 s 1 g. Dr. Shoop's Restorative GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. PENNY'S MUG STORE. ;tnisSiram ttthu,itu.i .i i ah. n TpisnwiVVy' jH?im-'wniri- r i 'BMIiHi "l-'y- -"" " vn-,- f r , jfrv -- r -- TT' "4W1" -We have just opened and placed on display our first shipment of new Fall Suits and Skirts. Come in and let us show you these goods. They were selected with great care, both as regards style and material. We considered all the points of a correct costume before buying and you can buy here with confidence, knowing you will get Clothes and the the right style garment and at the right price. Each season shows improvement in Ready-to-We- ar designers have fairly outdone themselves this season. The workmanship is as near perfect as human hands can make it. Buy now and be ready for the first cool days. J SEVERANCE I & SON, Shu-gar- STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin A- r Good Frazlcr cart for sale. J. J. Emmett Tkaylor is at the London Beldcn Stanford. fair. Mrs. Martha Hampton and Misses The L. & N. is enlarging its platPearl Hampton and Jessie Leo Phillips form at the depot. Ky., - Avi. 27, 1000 aro with Lancaster friends. BTAwronn, a Get Olympian Springs water at LOCALS. & Tanner's. They are sole agents of Arc 10 cent cigar wo SrECUt. Joan Pure seed Winter Turf oats for sale. for It. will sell on SMurdnys and Sunday! only 5 cents straight. I'onny's Drug Store. J. M. Hcynolds. Wnyncsburg, Ky. ' It Is rumored that J. T. Conn, the mm groceryman, will bo a cancnnnel coal at J. 11. Uaughman Pure PERSONALS. didate beforo the democratic county &Co'. Try a load. convention for sheriff, says tho SomerMrs. Mary Strauii Is with Somerset W. I.. Coudier sold a tract of land set Journal. Ho would make an Ideal friends. officer. Mrs. O. K. Proctor Is with relatives on DIx River to his father for $3,000. . In Kockcastlo. your order for Swift's or In Clarence Coleman's letter publishLeave atWILL Cuanceixor Js nt London Globe Fertilizers with E. T. Pence, ed last isiuo wo stated that his wife tending tho fair. accompanied him, which was a mistake. U at Crab Stanford. Mrs. It. M. Newland The Deputation of of Benton Harbor City Taxes. Your city taxes for and St. Joseph, Mich., should have Orchard Springs. Is with 1909 are due. Please call and settle. Mrs. James V. Cuumss read 12,000 and 7,000. U. D. Carter, collector. Somerset friends. Is Come one, come alll Bring your Miss Mary Morrow of Somerset. tax books for 1909 are friendsl Tell your neighbors! You will Taxes. The with friends here, ready. Come In and get your be sorry if you aren't thcrel Great j L H Cori-E- heard Hobjon at the now T. J. Hill, shenlT. bargain sale! Ice cream and cako only fair yesterday. London lOcts: sold bv Endeavor Society of o Hand-minteTintniinvn K. Tudor was at the China makes and appropriate wedding presents. Christian church In tho church yard London Fair Wednesday. ... ..,., a a t. Traylor and Jako Sco Mrs. Catherine McClary. Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. . fair. Kobinson arc at the London Program of Juvenile Fair to bo held Urodhead, Is Samuel T. Harris and Dr. It. Mr. Cass, of ii,.. - with herVatie Mrs. L. B. Hilton. L. Davison were appointed election hero Tuesday next: Best colt undtr sister. ono year, 15c; best pair pigeons, 15c; IS villi- - commissioners for this county. MISS ANNIE 1). MCHOUERTS best pair bantam chickens, 15c; best Madison. In ine Miss Ollie Baldwin I have one McCormlck mower and pair of chickens any breed; best pair P. H.UL and Joseph MESI.AMEST. CrabOrchurd. ono hay rake will sell cheap, rather turkeys any breed; best basket of Coffey spent yesterday at Pence. 2t. grapes, 15c; largest watermelon, 15c; attended the than to carry over. E. T. m Mrs. Jesse Traylor of fudge, 15c; best plate of Wednesday and yesterday. Lost, at Crab Orchard, n gold band best platecandy, 15c; prettiest baby unLondon Fair molasses LEE, of bhep- - brncelct with sapphire setting. MISSES EUZAIIETII der two years, 15c, prettiest and best uLeave with J. Carroll Bailey. i...iii.. - with Miss Stella Kuplcy IHJJU3TMIV, i. glass of jelly, 15c; best angel food cake, Adams hos returned Miss Frances The election on tho whisky question, 15c; best layer cake, 15c; prettiest at . - ilstcr " irom n ..i.iimlivr set for Oct 1, has been called olT. dressed doll, 15c; best piece of embroidburg. New lot our people get down to buai- - ery dono by child under 16 years of age; has Mrs. W. A. Fowle best pony driven by boy or girl, 15c; tO Nicholas ncss. r rum u .....IrnrtiMl Visit nv..-- I fanciest dog, 15c; best dog any breed, Harvey Helm is down for a 15c; bicycle race Hon. county. three times around S. J. speech at tho Jefferson Barbecue in ) Messrs. W. II. Dudderar. Libcr- the ring, 15c; best goat 15c; best pony c at tho Louisville next week. A good picturo Bell and N. W. Fowle 2 ridden by boy, 15c; best boy rider of tho gentleman appeared in the" years of age, 15c; prettiest cat, 15c; will teach tho urnal 'Vss' Minnie UurixY this week. sack race, 15c; wheelbarrow race, 15c; Angus- coming scholastic year at St. The Stanford Garago & Machine best billy goat driven to wagon; fancy tiJUDCEH.C.FAULK.SER. of Williams. Co., with a capital stock of J500, has turnout. Admission for adults, 15c; John Owsley Keid children, 10c. Everybody invited to legal been incorporated. burg, was here Wednesday on is iircmdent. W. W. Hnys, manager. come and show their products. . business. Mck'nncy and L. W. Hushes, secretary and MR. K. L. Tanner, of Cash. After an illness of two weeks. Winchester. treasurer. took tho train hero for Mrs. John F. Cash breathed her last at Tuesday. Held. O. W. Turpih and Henry about 3 o'clock Tuesday evening. She and Miss Mr. L. 11. Hilton, wifo Roberts had their examining trials at was 63 years old and all of her life had London fair MU Vernon Wednesday on tho chargo been spent in Lincoln county. She was Katio Cass attended the .. of stabbing to death lloguo Phillips at Miss Lucv Lewis and was married to yVsterdny. U. w. Urodhead during fair last week. Tho the husband, who preceded her to the THE Wnrren Grlgtby Chapter, with Miss Frances Adams former was held in $3,000 and tho lat gravo only a few months, nearly 40 C. will meetSaturday afternoon. in 52,'JOtt to the circuit court. years ago. For a !sr. ti.o Mrs. Low- at 4 o'clock Yeaoer, of ter Is had been in feeble health and she Mr. and Mrs. W. A. tickto attend THE L. & N. will sell round-triwent to Estill Springs with the hope of Fork Kidgc. Tcnn.. aro here wedding. fairat Middlesboro, gaining health and strength, but grew ets to tho tho Humphries McClary been Sept. 1 to I, at $3 Co, good returning has instead, and was brought back Miss Leila Farris. who to Sent. C. To Louisville Sept. 4, 5, C at weaker a very sick woman, from which illness with Miss Bertha Jackson, returned Wednesday. I3.25. cood till Sent. 11. account tho she never rallied. Early In lifo sho her homo ot Knoxvllle daugh-te- r. druggists convention and to united with the Christian church and Mrs. E. L. Cartwricht and Louis-vlll- retail Sept. 13 to 18 at same rate, good had since been a devout christian. She Miss Mary Cartwright, of White. till Sept. a), account State Fair. are with Mm. Mattie was a kind, sympathetic wifo and moth- The Interior Journal. m well-know- n Masscy, a cousin of the groom, was brides maid, while Mr. Tudor was beat man. Mr. Badgett Is a clever young farmer of his section, well liked by all who know him. Ho is to be congratulated on winning so pure and fair a helpmeet. Miss Dishon is a most excellent young lady, being very pretty and popular, and is loved most by those who know her best. Mr. and Mrs. Badgett will be at home to their friends near Hustonvillo after a tour of several weeks. A FRIEND. CHURCH Novelties Wc fords and Summer goods. ! MATTERS. - invcjiit received an elegant line of Ladies' Neckwear, Avin-do- Eld. J. Q. Montgomery closed a revival at Bethany Friday with 13 additions. Liberty News. Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach at Holdam'a Mill at 11 o'clock Sunday morning next. He will also preach at Kelts, Ilnntl Hags, Belt Buckles, Barrettes, Combs, Bandeams, Collar Pins, Necklaces, &c, most of this goods is in yet. Our price are right nnd vre invite your inpection. See our Don't forget the tremendous cuts we arc making on all Ox- night. The last quarterly meeting for this year will be held Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 4th and 5th. Superintendent Rev. D. W. Robertson will be present. A full attendance Is requested at the Epworth League Sunday night. There will be an open session and the Danville League will be present. Leaguers W. B. Barker, Pres. take notice. Subject Sunday morning at the Meth odist church: "Enter the Kingdom Through Tribulation." Acts Junior League at 3 r. ll. Senior League Rally at 7:30 P. M. Mrs. Kathryn Beazlcy will have charge. The pastor and the Danville Epworth League will come over in a body. The sermon an14-- m hand-som- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. m d. - nounced for young men is postponed to later date. un-1- Courier-Jo- The Crime Of Idleness. Idleness means trouble for any one. Its the same with a lazy liver. It causes constipation, headache, jaundice, sallow complexion, pimples and blotches, loss of appitite, nausea, but Dr. King's New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up your bealth. 25c at I'cnny's Drug Store. Oliver Plows. Disc Harrows and the Superior Grain Drill are three im- tH portant articles necessary in STOP THATHEADACHE Ily liming jour ejos properly flttod with e loin. J.K. III1I, Katt Main St., supply jour nenl nml Hlunfori, Ky Kiiiiruntcf tutLlnctlon. 1I ulo carries In slock Kdl.on pliunoitrnprm anil the latest ri'conlt wlik'li ou . can liny for cnth, or cm ('nil mill let u talk monthly liistnllnu-ntsthe. matter oer. K KH TKsrKI) FUUK. lilKti-nniu- ,lll 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. FOR SALE I limit III rUult. ItHnletilll Ui Doyle county. A itrcnt opportunity (or the right limn Hlock will linolee ilout flMU. Auuress .ii, joaro interior journal, ln-- Will sella Clothing, Hhw nml lGents' W. H. H ICG INS, Stanford, Kentucky. Trl-Stat- o PUBLIC RENT1NGI e. MB3DAME3 S. J. EM1.RY SR.. and A. IUco and Misses Frances and I r. earl Kmbry are Pearl Freeman and Miss Katio yester- went to tho London fair Spoona-mor- at Crab Orchard Spring. and MESDAUES J. S. CamnikU. e :.'. will lcavo night for Radford, Va.. to Sunday View Sem- to teach expression in Uiver MISS Iai-kso- n --- ...,,... umi"" --- "... Wednesday. , Foster, of Leb-McAli.ter. of Way. anon, and J. II. Mrs. John U. Miss., are with Mr. and r FMlss Mauel Douglas, who has been McKtov, with Mrs. Berda Smith, Jelllco, Tenn., at returned to her home Annie and Fowle, London Hall are uttending the Hosa fair this week. very delight-full- y Miss Mary Lee Givens entertained a number of friend at her pretty homo near Hubble evening. Madison, A D. E3TE9 and wife, of Wednesday to spend a passed through In Lau-rcouple of weeks with relatives Misses MRS. THOMAS MANUEL, Bes-ti- e Salena teuton, Wed-nead- el City, Miss and who has been with Mlssea Marlon Grimes, went to Crab Orchard Matsy Tuesday to visit friends. Mrs. Job Hardin, who has been with typhoid at tho homo of con-fin- anO Clacountlcs. Pauline Jones, of Kansas Wednesday to her homo In Chatta- - Hardin here, returned T.nn DR. M. M. Brd, Will taKO ijindon Sentinel. . a urcnPlIILLIRS, oi wau rtl. . ., . a pOSl K , Chicago, ailU - mM)trln. -BUnioniiorw-!- .. ...... ... Our people will beg.au to nave ... """" .,,, , -- their midst. The A. (1. 1'hrlsmnn farm of 14 ncrei.b Ini: one mile Kntt oi Mnrelaml. Lincoln county, will be rentes! to me nigm-s- i iiuiuer on HATIMlltAY. MK1T. 4th. l.it l i. In fr.,,,t nf linnn Ar Pnffiv'tl for ncre store, Morelainl. Twenty-twlor corn, uiimnce in grnts Casey county democrats nominated er and a friend in whom all confidence wheal nml eiit.iin.ixxl. lniroemenlH KtnVAIU) AU'OltN. Ktor. tho following good ticket Monday: M. was reposed. She was a good woman A.O.Ohrlimnn adII uton Hie, Aug. SO. 1W. L. Sharp, Judge; W. F. Rogers, Clerk; and to know her was to lovo and C. F. Montgomery, County Attorney; mire her. Mrs. Cash is survived by I Chas. Overstreet. Sheriff; J. W. Hogue, two daughters, Mcsdamcs J. W. Hagin Jailer: J. F. Coinage. Circuit Clerk; and II. C. Baughman, ono son, Mr. Monday, Hept. 13, IK), county court Uny, J. S. Lawhorn, County Superintendent; James N. Cash, and little grand- me properly on t'natiiie Withers, mu-foriAitiiur, V. II. D. Gilford, surveyor, it Iooks nice daughter, Miss Catherine Harris. They good occupied liy mid .outhulldlnxs lias ft are residence have lost their best friend and every In Kood shape. Hplendld cistern and a winner to us. So moto it be. s and In big Harden. Iocntlon heart in this section goes out to them Hue nelKhtorliood. Will sell In of the Olympian Sprinos water has done In this dark hour. The funeral services old court house nt lu'tu Mondayfront afternoon, Hept. 13, iwm. Mrs. Hugh Held, K. 1). great work for Mr. Georgo Cutalnger, were held at the home of Mr. H. C. Mlis Mary l'enulngton, (Stanford, of Anderson countv. He had not been Baughman at 10 o'clock yesterday Ky. able to walk a step for a year but after morning, after which the remains were a month's sojourn at Olympian he gets laid to rest in Buffalo cemetery. Eld. around on crutches llrst-ratlie is H. C. Garrison, of Danville, and Rev. Lincoln Circuit Court. Improving overy day and thinks he will D. M. Walker, of this place, conducted As directed by n Judgment of the Lincoln February soon bo entirely cured of rheumatism, the services and each spoke words that Circuit Court rendered at the McdunVy term, lliuv. In the action ot W. M. from which ho has suffered for many comforted the bleeding hearts. A large and others against J. A. Dunnway and others, tho undersigned Commissioner will at years. concourse of friends witnessed the last nbout 1 r.x.on MON DAY, 8K1T. 13TII. court Killed Himself. James B. Carson, sad rites and tho occasion was one of county court day In front of the 1K. bouse business men and the saddest ever witnessed here. The door In Mtauford.Ky., offer for sale at pub-H- o one of Casey'a best outcry to the highest nml best bidder, on cleverest citizens, shot himself to death Cash family has been passing under ii credit of six and Vt months.the tract ot near Highland, In Lincoln county, at hl& homo near Phil Tuesday. lie the rod of affliction for the past nine laud, owned by Jesse Mcduffey at tbe time Ky.. his death partner of Hon. F. P. Combest months, the father, mother and sister of lleglnnlng anda thus descrlUdt was a nt dogwood II links N M W and was in splendid shapo financially. having been buried in that time. ' Pre- from u spring. Win. Hutchison's corner: thence N il4 WM poles to a store. Kobert Mr. Carson had been in bad health and vious to this, death had not entered thd llutohUou's corner In Win. Hutchison's Hue; thence N M). W IS poles to a store was verv desoondent at times. He is home. Hobert Hutcbliou's corner: thence NSTVjW IV poles to u store In Hluip Martin's Hue; survived by ono brother, J. It. Carson, tliouee Willi suiiiiiH UV W 15 poles to n popMATRIMONIAL. who truvels for lood & Co. Tho burlar, Martin's corner; thence H a H lit iMileston wlilteoak, Hughes and Joe lias, ial occurred at Antioch Wednesday. line, H Klt K 1WS thenco Mrs. Henrv E. Youtsov. wife of the tin corner:stake on llastln's of a bill where a the side IHilcs to a only man who is now serving sentence poplar and two chestnuts were called for, I AM out of my office, not for pleas- WIS H.r HoxcoriierttbeucuNlB walnut, poles to near n white uro but from necessity. For somo time for complicity in the assassination of two huckeea uud W poles to n sugar branch; thence H Tl I hnvo suffered from a nervous stomach Gov. William Goebcl in 1899, has entree In ii drain, Win. Hutchison's corner: thence with bis Hue N LVj W (d x)les to a troublo and my doctor prescribed abso tered suit for divorce. dead, white oak, with ash, hickory and Badgett-Disiion.-F. Badgett, sugu' tree pointers, his corner; thence his quiet and diet; and so 1 am at iiat-tl- o lute lino H Hl WS1 poles, II links to n hickory, Creek for a couple of weeks, after of tho West End, and Miss Gracia his lorner; thence Ills Hue H S"K WttHpole thence his Hue 1 linnn fn vutnrn tintnn ton ...1.1..I. nml ....... Dishon, of near Stanford, surprised at H while oak, hit corner; ton cherry tree, ...- - wall WI1IVII I IIWV M ."- Hj W) poles,! links ready for work. In my absence rcy of- - their friends by taking an early train his corner; thence Ills line N OS H W 7 1 pales acres. rood to the beuluuliiK coutaluliiiE n.. I.. In .ti.nfji i9 ii inmnrttant clerk, Wednesday morning, Aug. 25th, to Loti lllulN poles of la ml. f Itonus Willi good security ,, will attend to all business nromot don fair and after arriving had the price will lie required of the .or me purcuase purchuser, . I tnmt ,1 hv llnw .Innna Tfc nnno nt mv I nnnHal knnf ,x,l ( pur cent. Interest from date of sale unI til paid, payable to the Commissioner, havcustomers and friends will forget me, bridal party consisted of Mrs. Dishon, ing the force aud effect of a Judgment and nAO,Iar, the laud. tum i. u nnu, mother of the bride. Miss Lucie O. secured by lieu on 1'AXTO.S, M. O. I.. 0. 0. J. II. I Mass ey and Mr. Thurraan Tudor. B. Mahony. Mist Gratefully, H. V, M. MoHoberts, Atty. lor flttM. Lou-isvil- lo o The Waynesbun Deposit Bank (INCORPORATED.) aI mm Waynesburg, Lincoln County, Ky. Hack ot all industry and enterprise stands finance; always ready and wllllnj; to encourao anything worthy that will advance the Interest of the community; but first of all individual thrift and industry, the loyal support of home banks by homo people. Every dollar you save and deposit in our bank Is not only advancing your welfaro, but is encouraging and assisting homo industry. Besides the material benefit you derive from a bank account, we oiler you every courtesy and facility In handling your business. The Oillcers and Directorate of this Bank Is made up of men who are Individually successful and collectively able to safeguard your Interests. O. Gooch, President; M. E. Wheeldon, Vice OFFICEUS:-- L. President; James A. Hays, Vice President; Stanley Mcintosh, Cashier. Dr. J. W. Acton, C. C. Gooch, Dr. A. K. DIR.ECTOKS: Caldwell, It. Curtis, L. G Gooch, James A. Hays, G. V. Leach, Ii, Ii. Singleton, J. w. wneeiaon, ni. ii. wneeiuon. Home At Auction llr.t-clas- l, Commissioner's Sale! e. l ft . Jj79VssssssBKiisRsssssVs 1 CViflr .... ,.,,., .".. !! If you want the Best Drill HUnnoicx " Crtf ca a hw vrs shiw wjr iiuuoion made, try the E. T. FBNCE, STANFORD, KY. b . . . rfHsWfe. J fcAV , t.k-- . s,. ,y w IjffjuwpwM'ilH i ii Pim ii"ijp HpiffPP1 flfl'P'l1 Wmmimmmm ;j'i Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the PUT"1 V The Interior Journal. lUtrtdin mund-efcui the Poti-OfitntMer . U Stanford L.&N.TIMETKBLE No. l. North. 1:40 A. Jt. No. . North, S:7 r. H. No. 7, 10:47 A. M. . No.SH,J:40r. No.Jl.Houth.lliMr. 11:11 A No.,8outh, M. M. JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. . Surgeon Dentist, l-- S. PRICE, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. i Office over McRobcrU' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. FARM FOR SALE . . I The farm of lWnen, of Rood Iilne Rrnss , .. t. MfnlTlnnnvnn . nd the 8tan7onl lilke. Improvements fruu. fencing boo1; plenty of water nml mlln .E IHTVS .1 , nim-niland v.. i.xIuhuI ....... nnrt Viet! no ui Knstof MoKlnney;hUunderfenee;)lenty v mules. ot wnier nnu hwu luiMiwiiint. J. A. GIVKNH, Agent, nglcrop... .. R. L. Murphy bought CO 100 lb hogs McKinney, Ky. at 5c and contracted for 100 more for September delivery at same money. your measure token by n tnllor of ex- Casey County News. Jlnve perience. Then our clothes, hetbern low For Sale. About 50 tons of good price Dullness suit or the finest evening clothes, will hno tlint Individuality nnd lit timothy hay in stack; will have baled as which plnlnly Indicate they were made to G. Y. Conn, Lancastake jour measure. I wlllnlso fancy jour lueas soon as can sell. ets. top ter, Ky., IX. F. D. No. 1. ure for extra trousers, overcoats. Hnrlnu and nuinmer coats and A pale red cow, fat and weighing samples on hand ready for your Inspection. II.O. UUl'LKV. The Tailor. about 800 pounds, left my place Friday Stanford, Ky. night, 13th. She has crumpled horns FOB SALE! and is getting along in years. Notifiy CUT FLOWERS Gross, Crab Orchard. I can furnlib the public with the best, as T. J. well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of Cattle Men1- -I have 200 acres of potted flowers, on short all kinds, bulbs, notice. ANo make rt specialty of wreaths fino pasture, 2 miles from Lancaster for for funeral purposes. will graze cattle at In connection with the nloe, I lime nil on Richmond pike, kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable 75c per head per month. G. Y. Conn, Pr,Ce'CIIUIHTiIAN UllKEN IIOl'HEH. Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Kl) IlUHHAKD, l'ROK. Deep red muly heifer, weight about Ky. Htnnforit, 700 pounds, came to my place, Aug. 7. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep. W. C. Alford, Waynesburg, Ky.. R. F. D. No. 2. ...--- ... Cared Hay Fever and Summer FARMER'S DEPARTM1WT. Cold. W. C. White, of Parksvllle, sold four A. S, Nusbaum, Batesvllle, 'Indiana, bucks for 960. I suffered for J. S. Rice bought of B. D. Carter a writes: "Last yearsummer cold so three months with a work horse for $70. Interfered with my For Sale. 200 Rood stock ewes. A. distressing that Itmany of tho symp business. I had Moreland W. Carpenter, preLet J. S. Murphy, the McKinney toms of hay fever, and a doctor's scription did not reach my case, and miller, do your custom grinding. which seemed J. S. Murphy, the McKinney miller, I took several medicines Fortunately I It. has just received a fresh car load of only to aggravate loshted upon having Foley's Honoy salt. to J. S. and Tar. It quickly cured me. My Take your wheat and corn Foley's Honey and Murphy, the McKinney miller. High- wife has since used Tar with the same success." Sold by est market prices. For Sale. A nice gentle family New Stanford Drug Co horse, seven years old, also a good sadIra Frszler was killed by a C. and O. dle horse. E. II. Dallard. nassenser train at Prcstonburg. Ho W. T. Robinson, of Boyle, has pur- stepped out from behind a coat car that chased a large quantity of corn to be was standing on a siding and the beam delivered at gathering time at $2,50. of the passenger engine struck him. B. G. Fox bought a carload of mulo colts at Springfield last Monday, at Pnlns ot women, head pains, or any prices ranging from $40 to $65. Advo- pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with cate. Dr. Slioop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo Joe Kindig, of Pennsylvania, will Lo full formula on 23c box. Sold by at Moreland on Monday, Aug. SO. to Penny's Drug Storo. buy 100 mule colts and 50 yearling Citizens - National Life .rOR SALE I When Ordering Clothes stock llrv floods, Notion., (irocorlei, llnrdHnre, Tlnwari', Ac; tout U.U'O. Doing fair liunliif.i. I.IIhtivI ternu. O. II. IIAimis.CraliOrclinrd, 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; ' '' m-- NOTICE! TIiom' tinting rlnlm. nsnlmt the ettntn ot Mn, Mlnervn t'obli nlll plrnse prvt.-n- t tliem so, properly llicii pron to mly Aug, KM', vhi) On ii n, Kx'or., Danville, Ky. B. O. CARTER, Now Liverv Depot Stroot, Phono 96. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. First Week, August 2nd, . Farm for Rent for 1910. 7 Nothing But Insurance. lams. Jesse D. Wearen, M. The Insurance Mm, STANFORD, KY. Residence I'hone S; Office, Insure with me and be fully protected. '.kJVW IWUMIWWM ).. 7Z --VI- WW.H HllJttMtUIO - wnnn -. Reference, any Bank in Louisville. Write for weekly puce list and ship. ping tag. We lurauh wool bags tree. ax, Ginstnn, Golden Seal, (Yellow RooO. etc. We are Dealers, and eta do better (or you ata agecu or commusioancrcnanu. Ftalhrrs, Tallow, Becsw m. SABEL & SONS, CSTABkltHtD 229 E. Market SI. 165 LOUISVILLE, KY. , IN Fnrm contains 1.W ncren. llrlck Iiou.k of rooms, barns, crltw nml nil outbulUllngs anil tine spring; ) acres of liottom taint; to acres uplnncl, imuince in grass una iiiiiikt. heeitlng rights this Kail. Woukl like to rent before 8ept. 15. Call on MKS.HU.UKJ, rFNNINOTOV, It. K. D. No. l.Htnuford, Ky. Governor Beckham wants Kentucky to embrace the privilege of placing in Statutary Hall in the Capitol at Wash- SURVEYING AND CIVIL ington the marble likenesses of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis. In I mii preiiareil toilonll klmtsof sun ej line closing his editorial upon the subject in niulcH It engineering promptly. My work issue of the State Journal, he will lie guaranteed nml my prices are reaa recent sonable. Write me ut .McKinney or cull mo savs: "Kentucky should, therefore, ner the telephone through the lluilonllle present these two sons as her represen Kxchnnge. WALTER McKINNKY. tatives in the National linn oi fame. It would illustrate, better than any The McKinney Woolen Mills, thing else, the fact that this is a re country: that the bitterness of united McKinney, Ky. sectional strife has passed away; that peace and friendship exist between the Is now In oiernttoii ami Is reiuly to sero I.1iim)s, In making sections; and that the only memory we the publicKliiunels. nrns, Jeans, Will lth r Ktc. ItlnnVets. Murk wool have of that unhappy contact is the est market orexchiinue cooUs lor It. High price for wool. memory of valorous deeds and heroic V II.WRiailT, I'ror. common heritage men on both sides, a of renown and glory to every American ENGI-NEEBIN- $106,960.00. Total Second Week, August 9th, Total Third Week, August 16th, $200,240.00. Total Fourth Week, August 23rd, MASONS' MEET. f f.Js.I'lTA $345,000.00. THE SHOW OF Innnln In .lulu,! fittllllltltillMktts'sfl till ! Il flrtt 1111(1 7, thin. MoniUy nUUUofwicli inotitli.nt Htmi (iVlm'k. In tbelr hull on iimln t titter nre fni K v. Member fonl, A Vrt M V. A. f. Willi S469.460.00. 1131,1909 SHOWS l t tnft, I1m nliiKtou. .. , Ht.'C. -- 1 - citizen." 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 Idis-cou- nt. R. B. MAHONY J,L,Beazley&Co., I v1-- . f UndeiUkers and" Embalm. en. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs.Rug. They will exchauge Furniture for ail Kinda of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. STINFOUD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, Twas A Glorious Victory. PAVILION HOISE SHOW AND'HIPPODROME INBUILDING There's rejoicing in Fedora, Tenn DAILY RACES NATIELL0 AND HIS BAND A man's life has been saved, and now Dr. King's New Discovery is the talk FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS of the town for curing C. V. Pepper of GREAT SIDE SHOWS'. ONjTHE PASS 25 25 deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could tier the liaesi lire ilock and the best firm product! ire ijiembltd trlind mtcf not work nor get about," lie writes, Irlend. amosmeat Ii combined with Inlormttlon. Show rain or shins, day and "and tlio doctors did me nogood, but, nlf hi la (be lirfesl and most aafnlllccnt Lire Slock FaTllloa la the world. using Dr. King's New Discoery alter Quarter ola Mlliloo Will Be Here. C0HE.v Stanford, Ky. three weeks, I feel like a new man, and LOW RAILROAD" can do good work again." For weak, FOB. INFORMATION-- C ATALOCUC-tNTR- .Y BLANKS. ADDRESS lungs, Coughs and FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN Reasonable Prices. soro or diseased eu J. W. NEWMAN, 1 Iiij niiistli mn Colds, Hemorrhages, Hay I'eer, 320 Paul Jones Bide Louisville. Ky. We have (or sale it "rent many ile-TY FOR SALE ! Asthma or any Bronchial afgiralile fiirin, located in Marion nml Price 50o. fection it stands unrivaled. on niljoining coiinticii. blue grass fnrm for snlo A In t'uc, tlieeo mid 81. Trial bottle free. Sold and new linn neiir I'olnt I,eiiell nmlsltnatul six miles pike south of iJincastcr, containing jisi acres, limns ranco iroin tlio very small larm guaranteed by Penny's Drug Stoio. well locnUil In good neighborhood, bulng to the very largo otic. I'ricea very a part of tbe John Wnlker tract, Hltlin seven-rooresilience reaonnl)le. new. Kentucky Fair Dates. necessary outbuildings unit thereon, with nil good, new Imrn tOiUi. Well watered, six These lamia nro ailajiletl to tlio culShelbyville, Aug. 24- -5 dajs. never falling springs and creek running tivation of all tlio crops raised in oth through. Elizabethtown, Aug. 24- -3 days. Tkkmh. mcasti In linnd, balance one nml iKirtions of tho Ulno C5ras region. Springfield, Aug, 254 dajs. two ears from day of sule, bearing six per er cent Interest until paid. Wo have a lino uiiney lonacco ceo London, Aug. 254 days. I'ersons looking lur sucn puice piense w rue tion. If you aro interested, write or w. o. walkkk, riiunioru. or see Somerset, Aug. 31- -4 days. call on us. Kentucky. days. Frankfort, Aug. 314 Of Nicholasville, Aug. 314 days. Central Hy. Real Estate Co. Bardstown, Sept. 1 1 days. Lebanon, Ky. llnlii2 suffered considerable annoyance Fair, Middlesboro, Sept. 1 nnd damage from outlaws. In breaking gate latches una tearing uowu nnu uesiroyiug 4 days. my yutes, on the county road that runs through my farm, I luie concluded toolTer Sept. 74 days. Paris, n reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or perton. I Monticello, Sept. 7- -4 days. the sum of i for InforKentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept. will therefore glu tho arrest nnd conviction mation leading to W, M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, S.H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT of anv party or parties, that have broken Lexington, Ky. have J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. the latches on uny of my gutea.or that gates J.BvPAXT0N, uny of my sawed down or torn down H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER on the county road which run from the Washington's Plague Spots ltustonlll turnpike tu the Mllledgevllle Tbit Htatu UnUvrslty, Unlnuton, Ky., nl HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. I will give Iirs iiixioiluKincciiursvs, iiuinuiy, nuntui-turuthrough my h lie In the low, marshy bottoms of the turnpike, hmount for fnrni;und Meclmnli'iil KiiKliU'rlnt(,Olll Information leading the same DIREOTORSl Klrctrlcnl Kllulm erlllil. Mlnlnit or nnd Potomac, tho breeding ground of ma to the nrrest In theconviction of any mrtythe KiiIIU'frlli!,UliisslOHluiia parties who future commit iiuy of shii Hclnlitllli) .1. II. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Staiiftinlj Geo. Carter,"Stanford (uur cuursu, viiili ot Hlilcti t'lti'iuls laria germs. These germs causo chills, hIkiis olTenses. also ton ltutlmlor's Witness my hand this lot Ii day of August. yimrsiiud lewis ut John I). Foator, Stitufirtl; V. II; Shniiks, Staufonl; T. 0. Itan. fever and ague, blllousuess, iaundlce, 1UOU, uiiji,. nu. b lK'imrtiiiuntWI1IUII lJi uiul n lfHrtiiiint of i. j. r.UUtlillUIl, lll.s Illl. uti'll r.iiiH.nrn lassitude, weakness and general dekin, Lancasitur; J. It, I'uxtuti, Statifonl; V. II. Traylor, ln.tiadot tliu N'lirnuit Hcliool. lrms lm OilherU Creek; H. L. ilnhhlo, Lancaster; W. bility and bring guttering or death to tills ili'iiurtiiipiil fntir In wduiiuiy nml prfparu furiulMincfil urn ursnttil n lliicli. work II. Cutniiiins, I'rcucltoravillo; Lillitirn thousands j early. Hut Electric Hitlien conuilf ili'iiri-- 111 tills sulijcct dor's Gooch, Gilhertu Creek. ters never fall to destroy them und We, whose names appear below, strictly tldll The Acndemy lor iirt'Mirntury Inslruo Is rttHltltl. usuiiig orunr cure malaria troubles "They are tho forum limning, places mid will kuiu oi ire.' .t'ounty appointees recelie free tuition, , prosecute vipassing on our ui rrsiueiiiu m tu. ,iuii,i.wi,,-Iirtviiegv lUlit, traellni expvust's, If ttiey tonlo and cure for ma- olators to the full extent of the law. best laria I ever used," writes H. M. Miss Mattlu Ilewes, ltelchenbncu Ilros, remain ID cuii secutluiiiontlis,ur una colleg. Iiitt, inr. Krvd lluuiimun, A, i. jrnyior, N, II. l'luminer, James, of Louellen, S C. Tboy cure l.llburniioocu, TheliilxiratorU's nnd museum aro Ume, modern. It. (). Nuunelley, well Will Hester, Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Blood J. W, llttughinuu W. IVok J. quinary rcieucw is tun yiutmi. iui n. iv finiriMl liv (loiiuress. DavldHtevens, J.K.llruce. Troubles and will prevent Typhoid. Win.tlordler. The urmluiitHS In the several courses of JolinUumenlscli. M. 1. Klmoru. Try them, 60c. Guaranteed by Penstudy readily Und employment with liberal Dnn Tray lor, Kred IlHiidorf. (lotllbOllck. remuneration. The tot.l number of ny's Drug Stote. II. M. for lust earus 1.U7K. KacU ile. J. J. Thompson. Mr, nnd Mrs. Anderson. Jus. 11. Kads IiurtUielll lias BHCIBI1SI SI IIS IKSIU, .1111 J, K. Moser, Ice nuiulierof asslitiilits. Mrs. N.J, Morton A. Kliuisit To The Voters of Crab Orchard MagMrs.Ueo. I,oguu. Younu women II ml an tuculleut home, J.J.KIUott. Kruuk Wordier, W. It. Daughcrty, with hoard and lodgliiK.lu Patterson Hall, Ky., isterial District. Rev. Father I.OO, which Is well equipped with all the modern Dr.n.O. I'erry. - uivm-tlvntlosatis-'"Ctor- r. 11 llrst-clns- ui.h ,n..ll tiriinttr inv farm of f acres ntJuinto. Lincoln Count, ky, four - miles iroai lcivinnev, ,in. on i. k- dwelling, goixl luirn. cellar, spring house, We are In nosttlon toilonll kinds of con line wan r, etc ijtnu is in uiKii.ini,creting, such lis lllock Work, luemeiiti Also have four other .mull farms unci. In fact, wo can mnkenny thing fromr for sale. All well Improvtd. Terms house (low ton fence post. We call ssere you promptly unit guiMUntee worn ana material, uuii unu get uur iinte. HtBiiford. Ky It. K. D. No. 5. before ou buy ) our material at least. CONCRETING FARMS FOR SALE P6 BIGYMsTt$30.000.Sii RATES PHILLIPS BROS., Fine Blue Grass Farms e, V linnil-som- two-stor- Ciic Lincoln County national Bank Stanford, REWARD. Tri-Sta- Capital, Surplus, Tie State University, Resources, l, $5O,O0O.00 4O.000.O0 340,000.00 ays. r. ! on POSTEi. d H. B. NORTH COTT, Mr. J. W. Moore having withdrawn, and being solicited by many taxpayers and voters of this magisterial district. I have against my inclination, decided to become a candidate for justice of the II1U Undertaker.. Emoaimer ard '''L,.n, BUUJCCl IU h BtllUIl Ul lilt) UCIII. if nnni .nt m Dealer I nIHarneaa, f add lety. I wiU serve. I shall not make anv can vass tor tne oiuce as me emoluments ao not Justify It. If elected l will use ray STANFORD, - KY, taxpay endeavors to protect Mm - fbone, st iw 1ST, iJoratJFbons (, btand tne county, ers ft-- the R. H. Bronajjgh. 1. tl (Ul.. H. II. lUughmun, conveniences, buthroum, hull for physical culture, at ta ar week. All loursei of study Urtuh Albrlglit A, 1'. IUMJI. Mrs. Margaret (iooch, Jacob (lander In the University aro ohu to women oil (leo. I), (livens. W. II.Traylor Idantlcal conditions with those applying tu nam uoneris. j on n jurer, M.J, IIofiiiHun, Amend Hchuefer, Tba completion of the Agricultural, Mining Engineering. Laboratory und Kduca. A. R. Matheny K.T. lleusley 1,. H. (lamer, Mrs. J. II. Owsley, tlon buildings altonl ample and commodM, J. Morgan, It. I,. Kagaley, ious quarters for these, departments, which are rapidly Increasing la the number of maM.T. Harris. H.O. Watklns, R. H.Orow, J. O. Hundley. triculates. Mrs. Nannie II. Oood, c. K. Mcuiure, For catalogues, methods of obtaining regarding courses Anton Ronecker. Anderson Uarr. Kred Vondrueulgan of study and terms of admission, apply to W. M. Dlshou, Mrs. 'Kate Ador T. L. Itaugliuian, J AS. K. I'ATTKKKOM, I'D. I) I.I-- . I.. I'lVt., NIc (Huts, Mrs. Rebecca H. Carpenter or lo D.O. KxAxxk, lluilness Agent. W, Kopatl. J. K. Moser, D, Bevlers, John B. Le, Sept. 9, '09. Fall Ohrlstlan Jacob, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Thurman Tudor, Mgr. T. I Term Bgin H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. immmmtmrnummBiawmB Jfc. u s.