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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a THE 1NTERIOP JOURNAL 0 11 ftt UYOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY AUGUST 31 1909 1t053 We understand that Mr W P Walton is negotiating for the purchase of the Kentucky Gazette of Lexington one of tho best Democratic papers published In tho State There e is not a man In Kentucky with the stain of printers Ink on his fingers but who will be glad to welcome him back f into tho ranks Mr Walton Is aj staunch devoted and fearless news paper man the last paper that he guided successfully being the State Journal of Frankfort Ho Bold this a short time ago to J C W Bcckham and J L Newman and has been tak ing a vacation at Atlantic City But true to his calling ho has heard tho whir of tho printing press above tho sign of tho sad sea waves and the smell of tho gasoline engine has proven more enticing than the salt sea breeze so like the true blue gentleman ho I cominfR Brother Walton I Her aldIlie In tho low marshy bottoms of tbo Potomac tho breeding ground of ma aria germs These germs cause chills fever and ague biliousness jaundice lassitude weakness and general de bility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly Dut Electric Bit ters never fall to destroy them and euro malaria troubles They are tho hOlt allround tonic and euro for ma laria lover used writes H M James of Louollon S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and flood Troubles dad will prevent Typhoid Try them 60o Guaranteed by Pen nvs Drugstore NOTICE 1 l We hAve moved our produce hide and poultry Imilnoi from Myer table to our store f1Cellll iurclmia til larlnnd sin ilruducepI IAlt n A JIUCHAXAX Btnnford Kjr FOR SALE I SW Will soil a Clothing Hhoo and Gent Fur nlililintmon located In the I1 t town In Doyle county A great opportunity for till man stock will Involeo lilwut tutu I ford AildrcuM Jcnre Interior Journntmnn I Home At Auction I MondnyHoptls county court day the Oil Dtin1 llle Avenue stalord occupied by W U Wlihuri lint a areInfwgoatbig garden Ixxsntloii nrt class In nne nulitliborliood Will aell In front of the old court houi ftl lift Monday afternoon Hept U lew Ira Hugh held K l IVn nlniiton Mlit Mnrjr IVnnlngton HUntqnl Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE 1 A flno blue grnuiarm for sale situated on tullesiwell locatvd In Kood neighborhood Idlllpart of tbu John WnUer tract with n hand I some news twotlorjr sevenroom rvildunco Rood never fallingprngsandlcnwkerunntug through TKIIXN kcnih In hand balance one an- dlwuyrarermndayotalt hearing ilx per cent Inters+t until IVrtoni looklna for uch nlnco write nrre tYuwaLhtanru- niCommissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court gessetc Itfendnntiloilceofnlu llur I In ottetIencuto R udlmnt rendered In the Rloou sljrlM nciliml- lnO at tho Jiny terns the undrMlniuJ Commlnloncr will on MoN IAYHtPT 18TU ituo county court day between tbohouriof l nd Ypstntrout of Ibt court home door lu MtnnfonlKyoffi r for wile nt Public outcry to the bIRhl t and best bidder on n ol I U inoutlu thu tract of land In Lincoln county Ky pwiivd by IIrynt1- I0hhs nl mho time of hl donut hounded on thu North liy llielnminof W I lritarl on the Houthby the Htnnfonl end Trencher yule urnlllkl on the Wt by the lands or- IoIrl Alnry 11Vnrren The olijtfotof the is for reinvetuwnt- TartMeMond with ved security pnynblu to the Cloiinuliiloner will bo ro- iiilrc he orlH nr1n8 B iwr cent havingthesecured by lien on the land J II IAXTON Mater Uomr I SL MoltOUIillTM Atty for 1lff Commissioners Sale 1 p I Lincoln Circuit Court As directed ujudumenl of UieMiicoiu Circuit Court rendered nt the February term lia In the action of W M McHunvy and others ngninit J A Uunnwny and otli tn tho uudemlgnrd GoinmUilonvr will nt about 1 r Mon IONIIAY 81CPTUITnlOOI- Icountf courldarron of tho court homo door Hi nle nt pub Ito outcr to Ihl1hlKhlIIIIOlI bell bidder on ncrrdltof six nod 11 tract of land ncnr county Ky owned bYJosOMcUuneyAt the hate or his death nnd thus dcicrlbvil do wood tlllllh N M Vf front a pftniir Win llutohUona corner thence N rr W Bl poles to n tore Hubert llatchlioui corner In Wm Uutchlsoni liDO tluiico N MX W J8 n store Robert Hutchlion4 corner thoricoNSTkW Itfpoletto n itoru In sun Martin lute- tllenee wtine H 48JI W 15 polo to n pop t 11- 4toleatoawhitooakilugheanti Joe Ha tin corner thane Ibutlnu line Ii vales to atuke on the side of n Itill where a imnlar and two chestnut were called for FT tux comer thence N t6W 70 pole to two buckeye and whltn walnut near a brunch thence HitV20 to a sugar tree Inn drain Win lluiohUoni corner thence with his lino N 75 W ro vales to n dead white oak with nib hickory andd iuae trteiJOlnters hll corner thence ldi line R 8iS w yi poln 11 link to n hickory hll corner thence hll line H polel to n white oak hIS corner thence hla linen Ii 1 W W SO 1101017 link too cherry trIII till corner thence his lino N 4ttf W W poles to thu beginning containing 88 acre 1 rood and 8 polo of 1111111IBonds with good security for the purchase tirlcu will bo required of the puroh tnlll per cenl interest from date ofaIeun tll paid plIable 10 the Oommllllonor hay force effect of a Judgment and Secured by lien on the land J a J H PAXTONMOLOO V M oRoborti A tf boc- a Wffi t IWhen a Man Is In The Grave If you have any flowers to give to a friend Just give them to him now Dont walt until Jioa beneath the sod When deaths upon his brow But speak a kind word twill help him along And teach him to be brave For flowers you know will do no good When a man Is in his grave If you have neighbor you know 1 all right Speak up and tell him so For a kind word spoken when were o earth Is worth all thats said when wo go Be a friend to a mon Is all that Is oak ed- Many sorrows by this you may save Its better than all the good things you may say When a mann is in his grave If you have any money you think you can spare iota some poor soul In need For then you are building a homo over there- By doing that kind of a deed Dont welt until youve come to die To give away dollars youve labored to save For remember that dollars will do no good When a man Is in his grave Dont look down on a man whos in hard luck If he cant dress as fine as you For remember that clothes dont make the man Is an adage youll find to bo true Though fortune has dealt unkindly with him And ho had no chance to save For the rich and the poor will all be the same When a man is in tho grave Theres a homo up there where sweet angels dwell Where a man receives his reward And the good things you do while hero on earth Are commendable in the eyes of our Lord So think of the things you might have done Of some poor soul you may save Youll find If you wait tho time has passed And tho man will be in his grave in NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Uluford Oliver Johnston widow of William Johnston Is dead at Leba nonVirgil Lee and Harry Nicholson have bought Ware Wares drug store at Middles bo ro Thomas Green Noble Grand of the Somerset Lodge of Odd Fellows Is dead of typhoid fever Tie L N will sell roundtrip tick eta to tho Tri Stato fairatMiddlesboro Sept 1 to 4 at 3C5 good returning Sept C To Loulavillo Sept 4 5 6 st 325 good till Sept 11 account the retail druggists convention and to Lou lavillo Sept 13 to 18 at same rate good till Sept 20 account State Fair Merit Oneala prominent Woodford farmer has found n new use lot his auto and tho Sun wishes to put his name up alongside of Columbus and other great discoverers The senior editor of the Sun considers himself up todate but what was his astonishment last Monday morning to see a flock of sheep calmly marching along to the inspiring strains of honk honk pro ceeding from Mr Oncalg automobile which was driving them Mr Oneal was steering the machine with as much sangfroid as if driving sheep was the meet common and ordinary use to which a car could be put Woodford Sun An acre Is 0272640 square Inches An inch of water over an acre id therefore 0272610 cubic inches That amount at 277 cubic inches to tho gal lon equals 22000 gallons or 230000 pounds or ICO tons An inch of rain is in other words rain falling at the rate of 100 tons to tho acre a Health Coffee Is tho cleverest imitation of real coffee over yet made Dr Sboop created it from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavor Is made in Just ono minute No 20 or3Q minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Mrs Carrie Sanders of St Joseph Mo while in a fit of insanity fed morphine to five of her children and was attempting to give it to the sixth when detected Mrs Sanders then attempted suicide One of tho children died The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventics will in a few hours safely cheek all Colds or LaGrlppe Try theml 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug StoreIThu Jones family held a reunion at Atlanta and over 400 of that name were present s NEWS NOTES E G Atkins a drummer is dead at his home In Columbia Tho home of Postmaster W B King at Pineville was almost totally destroyed by fire Fire in the department store of Joh H Berry Co in Owensboro caused a loss of 35000 Sam Darnell was perhaps fatally stabbed by his lether in law A Mans Tennsa at the Quick Seven zinc mine at Neck City Nov killednencampment of tho Sons of Veterans adjourned at Wash ington to meet next year In Atlantic CityThe Farmers and Merchants flank of Medina Tenn has closed its doors Dull business and too heavy loans are given as the cause Five lives were lost In the sinking of tho Alaska Steamship Cos steamer Ohio off Steep Point Alaska Thcro were 128 passengers on board Eight persons wero injured while fighting the fire which destroyed the whisky house of W L Weller Son Louisville The loss is about 75000 Eighteen power companies with a to tal capitalization of 3200000 all paid In have filed articles of incorporation with tho Secretary of State of Michi ganEight hundred persons drowned 15 000 homeless and property damage to the extent of 12000000 is the result of a flood which struck Monterey Mex- Ico Saturday night Ed Duke who was the starter at th Henderson racing meeting was shot and killed at Henderson by Will K Bell The men are said to have quarreled over Dukes work as starter- S H Webb an insurance agent of Louisville was shot four times and totally wounded at Fort Worth Tex by T E Baldwin of Abilene Tex in the lobby of the Majestic Hotel The owners of tho new Indianapolis motor speedway are held responsible for the several deaths that occurred in accidents during the automobile races of Aug 19 20 and 21 in the coroners decisionIn Court at Maysvillc Judge A M J Cochran appointed R M Jackson a banker and prominent coal operator of London receiver for the New BellJellico Coal Company Tho receiver is to qualify within ten days and his bond was fixed at 25000 The city of Hopkinsvillo will receive a gift of land for two parks 30000 for landscape work thereon and Grace Episcopal church 50000 for the poor of that city under the will of John C Latham The Latham family homestead In Hopkinsvillo Is to be converted into Virginia Park Acting Gov Cox granted a pardon t Frank Ward of Laurel county who has served four years of a 21year sentence for manslaughter Ward hta brother and a man named Littsell were charged with killing a man named Golf in a fight at PIttsburg The other men were acquitted Elvert W Shirk president of the First National Bank of Tipton Ind was arrested in Chicago and charged with misapplying 24252 of the banks funds Mr Shirk said his arrest was duo to a clerical error made by Noah R Marker and that ho merely withdrew money belpnglng to him Ten men were killed and live seri ously injured by an explosion on the Florida East Coast railway near Key West Fla One of the workmen care lessly throw a lighted cigarette into a box of fuses which connected with a blast of 700 pounds of dynamite which caused the dreadful accident Tho jury In the case of Brecae and Dickerson charged with conspiracy to defraud the defunct First National Bank of Asheville N C returned a verdict of guilty against both defend ants They wero sentenced to two years each in the Federal prison at At lanta and to pay a fine of 2500 each President E L Davenport of the National Tobacco Growers Association a branch of tho American Society of Equity has called a meeting of the Burley tobaccojtrovvera and the tobacco planters of other counties to meet Elizabothtown Sept 4 to form a dis trict union and tape quick action on tho 1909 pool Twas A Glorious Victory d Theres rejoicing in Fedora Tenn A mans life has been saved and now Dr Kings New Discovery is the talk of the town for curing 0 V Popper off deadly lung hemorrhages II could not work nor got about ho writes and tho doctors did mo nogood rrtut after using Dr Kings Now Dlsoovory three weeks I feel like a new man and can do good work again For weak sOre or diseased lungdj Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fevers La I Grippe Asthma or any Bronchial af fection it stands unrivaled Price We and II Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Penny a Drug Stores CHURCH MATTERS Middlesboro Methodists will expend 750 on improving their church Rev D M Walker begun a meeting at the Rowland church last night It will continuo all this week and perhaps- n longer Rev T W Barker will preach at Logans Creek Union church next Sun day at 3 oclock This will be his last sermon at that place The meeting at Pisgah church in Pit laski county conducted by Revs W II Hopper of Burnaide and J V Lo gan of Somerset has resulted in 16 confessions The meeting will continue until further notice The meeting at TurnersvVlIe con ducted by Rev D M Walker of this place assisted by Rev Case of Lex ington and Mrs Evans of Louisville closed Sunday night There were four additions to that church and the mem bcrsbip was greatly awakened ATTENTION EVERYBODX Rev D W Robertson Superintendent of the Danville District will preach at the Methodist church on Saturday morning at 1045 and Saturday night at 730 Sunday morning at 1045 and at night at 745 Dr Robertson is a fluent speaker a scholar andn gentleman Come out and hear him PASTOR The Sbelbyvlile Christian church the pastorate of which Rev Homer W Carpenter has accepted has been a great training school for young ministers Rev Hugh MacLachlan who im mediately preceded Mr Tinsley is now pastor of the Seventh Street Christian church in Richmond Va one of the- o largest in that city Rev Hugh Mac Lellan his predecessor is pastor of the Richmond Ky church and an knowledgcd leader in his denomination In the State Rev George H Comb- whom Mr MacLellan succeeded is no pastor of the Independence Stree- church in Kansas City ThA Epworth League Rally Sunday night at the Methodist church was ono of the very best programs wo have seen rendered in Stanford It was A night with the old hymns It Danville League came over in a bodya wag onette and a surrey load They seem ed to enjoy themselves very much Rev J P Strother said he did not think Christian workers cooperated their work as the business world InI we needed more of such The people of Stanford turned out well and the house was too small All were loud in their praises of the exercises Mrs Bcazley seems to be at home when conducting such a service Thejjinglng was just a little better than ever e Stanford Epworth League goes to Dan ville the second Sunday night Sept 12 A MEMBER OF TilE LEAGUE MATRIMONIAL IEd Graves and Miss Mary Jones o the Wildle section of Rockcastle were weekh of Danville and Miss Louise Hartman of Louisville were married in New Albany Saturday- A Lancaster special says Miss Viola Sargent and John Estes both of this place elopedto Richmond and were married BI th are 16 years old Goo Wells 17 and Miss Hazel Hawley 1 years old of tho Union section of lh county also eloped and were married Seared With A Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettle cut with a knife bruised by slammed Injured by gun or In any other way the thing needed at once is Buckled Arnica Salvo to subdue inflammation and kill the pain Its earths supreme healer infallible for Dolls Ulcers Favor Sores Eczema and Piles 25oat Pennys Drug Store In offering himself for Mayor of Loulsille George D Todd grounds him self on President Tafts famous Akron speech In which ho said If I were able to cast my vote In Cincinnati in the coming election I should vote against the municipal ticket nominated by the Republican organization Th situation at Cincinnati then was cer ainly no worse than the conditions sur rounding tho Republican organization in this city at the present time adds exMayor Todd Mr Todd makes the fourth entry for Mayor of Louisville It Is the weak nerves that are cry- Ing out for help Then help them ont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoopa Restorative and see how P good health will come to you again Test It and seo Sold by I Pennys Drug Store J prommanent andkUledfromambusb Johnson vas B under sentence for having killed his brotherinlaw about ond year ago A tickling ordrycoughcan bequlck lq loosened Dr ShoopstCough I Remedy No Opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store r O I The Best is None Too GOOd lor YOU I111a tait guarantee every garment bearing their label to be J ALL WOOL TAILORMADE PERFECT IN FIT- PERMANENT IN COLORS FULL SATISFACTION EXAMINE OUR NEW FALL LINE tttttt+ Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY CUT PRICES All Summer goods must Ire sold afCosl Wo ore ocrcrowdtdand must make room for our Fall stalkof new fresh goods Note the prices Mens Suits were Selling at 822 60 now 814 48 Mens Suits were Selling at 818 00 now 12 OS liens Suits were Selling at 815 00 now 10 08 Mens Suits were Selling at 812 50 now 8 98 4beena Suits were Selling at 810 00 now 7 48 Mens Suits wero Selling at 8 7 50 now 4 48 Mens Low Shoes wero Selling at 84 00 now J 25 Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 83 50 now 2118 rliens Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 now 2 38 c Mens Low Shoes were Selling at 82 liOnOli 1 D8 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling nt 83 50 now 82 38 Ladles Low Shoes were Selling at 83 00 Holy 2 19 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 60now 1 08 Ladies Low Shoes were Selling at 82 00 now 1 38 Ladies LWShbes were Selling at 1 50 nOr 1 19 r r Straw Hats 81 50 Value now 808 Straw Hats 82 00 Value now 1 38 Straw Hats 83 00 Value now 2 24 Straw hats 83 50 Value now 2 US eSAM ROBIFSOl STANFORD KY COME TO RHEA SPRINGS THE FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH Good forall Liver Kidney and now complaints TheC N 0 it T sell roundtrip tickets on Friday and Saturday good for 10 da bJto Spring City as follows Lexington 86 05 NSchohuvillo 6 90 High Bridge 5 40 urgin 5 25 Danvillo 5 00 Junction City 4 90 Modern Hotel Allconveniences Doctor Kings Mountain 84 30 Pulaski 8 05 AVaynesburg 4 25 VihnoroI nG55 Science Hill 3 90 Somerset 3 90 Jack meets all trains Ask your RHEA SPRINGS HOTEL CohRhea Springs Tenn j Interior Journal 11The Eo C WALTON r THE WAGES OF SIN i THAT Henry Youtsey is getting n descnesIi e 1 gainsayifg ly young wife and everything to live Forgetting all these happy sur Y flor and working himself into the officesjhe joined the conspiracy to assassinate the man who was proceeding in a legal manner to protect his rights The foul deed was consummated Gocbel was shot down like a dog Youtsey was captured with others of the conspira tors and after a sensational trial in which he played the part of a sick luna tic was given a life sentence The re howleId a man t a condition to trial and bellowed loud and long over Youtseys Innocence Afterwards it Youtsey confessed that he Jf was shamming and gave convincing against Taylor Powers and the aforesaid orators and IIItestimony turned against him and his became his bitterest en claimed that ho and he alone 1hatched the plan to kill Goebel and car i ried it into effect himself Having lost every friend on earth except his faith ful wife he still had the comfort of evenItsuit for divorce and asking a restora tion of her maiden name not wanting i to longer bear that of him who by his own deeds has destroyed her peace and happiness Horrible indeed are the consequences in his case of sin With every reason for desiring to live gone death ought to be a longed for relief h for Youtsey whose life can be but a ceaseless burden and regret He has no chance of ever getting out of prison as no republican governor will pardon him and certainly no democratic one Ii would dare to do so Hell here and hell hereafter must be his portion and on awful thought it is And deserved tho it be it isa shame that tho other con spirators and assassins should by the act of a partisan governor be permit ted to suffer no greater punishment than that their seared consciences pro duce It is almost a travesty that oneI little selfconfessed tool should bear the brunt of the whole damnable conspiracy The others have escaped legal punishment here but they will not escape it whore the worm dieth not and the fire is not quenched we hope and believe A LOT of disgruntled democrats who had been turned down for office and a swarm of republicans bent on using them for their own advantage nomi nated a ticket at Lexington Saturday headed by Circuit Judge Parker the present Incumbent and an officeholder 25 years by the votes of democrats He accepted the nomination and thereby burned his political bridges behind him lost the respect of decent people and showed that his boasted democracy was for office only Dan Scott another so called democrat who flew the track when he saw he was beaten was nomi nated for sheriff This was all the bolt ing democrats got besides contumely and contempt Those who are in posi tion to judge say the ticket will cut little figure and that the admirableI ticket of democratic nominees elected by big majorities Judge Bul lock who heads tho democratic ticketEis the great unbeaten and his administration of the countys affairs entitles him to another enthusiastic en dorsement which it Is predicted he will receive N Gov WILLSON told the bankers in session at Detroit how he had put down night riding We gave the governor- S credit for his good intentions but he Is fooling himself He spent something like 200000 in galloping the sol diets around the State but only theb success of the pool stopped the night riding Night riders have got Gov ofWillsons soldiers beat a block when they want to do anything devilish and we say this more in regret than in boast TUB report that J C S Blackburn has resigned as governor of Panama Is lit a very weak invention The exSenator N who is holding a fat job under a repubT Jican administration for favors render ed is of the class of officeholders of whom it is said few die and none resign Besides having eaten of the flesh pots of office so long it has become second nature with old Jo who is going to hold on to that 12000 job till the last day in the evening AN Ohio man on discovering that his wife was a Negro brought edit for divorce after living with her eight years N and having several children If it took him so long to make the discovery ho ought to be made to stick to his bar Besides what difference does it 1gain Jto an Ohioan anyway 7 A Negro la as good as a white man if not bet r ter in that S- tatejjjjjjjjjjjj t SOME dozen years or so ago the republican in their National platform pledged themselves to a reduction iii letter postage from 2 to 1 cent Lik their promises for a revision of the tariff downward they dldntkeep It and- o now instead they raise tho price of rag iatercd letters tho poor manse way a transmitting money to 10 cents Some of these days the unfaithful servants are going to be scourged out of tho temple and we really believe they are near at hand I THE old saying that it takes a thief to catch a thief finds full exemplifica cashlerslIncarcerated tentiary who were put to examining the books of the institution disclosed a slor ago of 50000 in the accounts On I the strength of it the managers have been placed under arrest and they may become prisoners in the bastile over which they presided I THE Cincinnati dairyman who has his cows teeth brushed three times a day and dresses them in cream colored garments I to protect them from flies finds that the innovations increase and Im prove the milk supply each cow so treated producing two gallons of pure milk a day which is sought af ter It Is an expensive and laborious experiment but in this case it seems to pay I EDITOR WOODSON MAY of the Som erset Journal said something when he remarked that Editor Bell of tho lIar rodsburg Republican has more egotism I than force A pretty good school teach I er was spoiled when Mr Bell assayed the role of politician and editor Like the monkey climbing the pole he makes the disclosure the higher he tries to climb YOUR uncle Billy Bryan continues to be one of the greatest drawing cards in the country Knowing this the Seattle Exposition management has fixed a Bryanday for Oct 30 when tho largest crowd at the exposition is ex pected Wonderful Indeed is the hold of the Nebraskan on tho people LATHAM the French aviator flew 95 miles in twc hours and nine seconds making a new record The day seems fast approaching when we shall hear all aboard for tho airship as often as all aboard the cars 1 EDITOR BECKIIAM continues to bela bor Editor Watterson even after he has I tucked tale and run away to a foreign shore thus showing that a man by run ning away can not escape the consequences of sin POLITICAL William H Dick has been nppolptec postmaster at Pointer Pulaski county State Senator George Wilhelmi has been appointed postmaster at Newport to succeed John H Meyer Laurel county democrats met atonLondon Saturday but postponed naming of a ticket for county officers until a late dater At the Democratic Judicial Convention at Campton Wolfe county D B Redwine of Jackson was nominated for Circuit Judge and Tbos Johnson for Commonwealths Attorney Secretary of State P C Knox has accepted conditionally the invitation of the Lakes to the Gulf Deep Waterway Association tojoin President Taft in the river trip from St Louis to New OrleansWe that Mr B S Brown the republican nominee for sheriff declin ed to accept the nomination Messrs Layton and Allie F Sanders have nominated for sheriff on the Republican ticket but we cannot bolievo they will continuo in the race seeing the situation Lancaster RecordCongressman Ollie James will represent William Jennings Bryan at the called meeting to take place at Albany Y September 4 to further the adoption of a Federal income tax law Mr Bryaji in a letter to the promotersa suggests a form of zation and that it be called the Income Tax League of the State of New York Augustus Thomas the playwright willa elected president of tho league Rather than face arrest on the charge to killing his neighbor Jeff Brady c wanted at Clayton Gaf for the alleged murder of George Wilborn blew outC his brains with a shotgun 1 Parkersburgwwreck near Pine Beach Va he machine ran over a 15foot em bankment SATURDAY Sept 25th is day for filing turnpike mlscellaneouCI and merchants claims against Lincoln at CountyClerk An aged yellow Jersey cow free milker hplaceW Fowls Rowland Ky Lee formerlyy innowweek to Miss Mary McCullough of Springfield O teTAXIiSThe blnowceipt T J Bill sheriff fWi i tr i ks itjryeltrwaaf ti r j BELDEN Trimedepot lrJBBUIKX Stanford Ky HEADACHEJilly having your eyes properly fitted wltlv KtlHtanrordguarantee satisfaction Ho also carries eitstock Kdlson phonographs and tho lat records which you can buy for rah or on monthly Installments Cull end let us talk tho matter over KYKH TK9TK J HllKK Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to cell privately nq tock of Oro- corlelanll unnlwnre Doing n good burl ill healthOEODHOPPEPHtanfordKy MASONSMEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 F A 1111 will meet In stated communication on each tint and third Monday nights ofeach month at Tao HlanI ternally Invltvd to tra present T W Pen nlngton de- cFARMS FOR SALE I 1 with to tell privately my farm of BJ acres at Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four miles from McKlnney Has on it Rood 10 room dwelling Nun collar spring house floe water etc lnnllslnhlghIlRtoofcul tlvatlon Also have four other small tams for sale All well Unproved Terms satis factoryD O HUILJ1 Htanford Ky It F D No a PUBLIC RENTINGI The A O Ohrlsman farm of 80 acres lying one mile East of Moreland Lincoln county will ba rented to tho highest bidder on SATURDAY K about 8 front of lIunni OOlfeI Store Morland Twentytwo acres or wheat and eight for corn balance In grass improvement UWAItUIcOnN xor A U Ohrlsman Huntonvllle Aug SO 1WO Harry Jacobs Dealer in and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranito Monu monts Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Office and works Mc Kinney K- yMILL FOR RENT 1 andOwing to Illhealth wanting to be away from homo some this summer I have decided to rent my uptoduto IJlx Rive Holler driven by water and steam power loon location Mill In nlltclall conditionW IITIIAYLOH R F D No 4 Htanford Ky REWARD I Having suffered considerable nnnoyanc and damage from outlaws in breaking Rate latches nnd tearing down and destroying my gates on the county rond that run through my farm I have concluded to offe a reward for information lending to th of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum of yf for Infer nintlon leading to the arrest and conviction of any party orparties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesor that have down or torn down any of my gates the county road which runs from the Hustonvllle turnpike to the Mllledgevllle turnpike through my farmnnd I will givet- ime same amount for information leading to the arrest and conviction of any jiarty or parties who in the future commit any of the above offenses Witness my hand this 10th day of August IWJ TJH1LLHH Two Small Farms for Sale I One containing 23 acres good II room dwelling good stock barn and outbuildings oil under good fence and every field well watered lucre In young orcbiyd 3 years old 13 ncresln grass all state of cultivation raised 1200 pounds tobacco and yearlrINl2room tenant house 6S foot tObacco barn well watered M acres under new fence bal ance in line timber 15 acres well cleared line corn nnd tobacco land Price IVi Hit uated 8 miles Houth of Htanford on Homer set pike Tract No 1 Is on pike No2 Is 1 mile from pike on county toad Address or- eo me at Htanford Ky II O liKHKY Farm for Sale On Danvillo A Hustonvllle pike of i40 acres in Lincoln county mile from More land This farm I wellliilprondgood well end cistern and abundance of stock water furnished from never failing springs Most of farm In grass I desire to sell thl form the next GO daystogetber with the stock hlibbred mares 4 registered 1 registered stallion Si acres of corn 15 or a stacks of hay farm- Ing implements of every description I will 111 tho whole outfit or stock nd If I sell the farm without the stock I must sell not later than CO days so ns to give me time to make a sale of my stock Also have 50odd mules from work mutes down colts You will have to see this farm to appre- ate the location and the many advantages- o this farm Any person from n distance desiring to see this farm can come to More Lincoln county Ky on the Queen d route this farm being only about I mile from station I D D KING Moreland Ky PUBLIC SALE Having sold farm I will sell to the highest and boat bidder at my farm one- half mile North of McOreary on the Ian- aster and liuckeye turnpike ontWIUNKKll Y HIT10 oclock A f the following personal property Ono 3 year old focally Imrsor 1 110 year old addle mare l good rallllly lIIoru1I years old that has proven to be a good mule more 1 nice two year old harness yenrllngbonetwo to three frnroldgood yearling IlIch byIIlrI I old old Jen 1 notl Jerley cownnllcalvea11 mJlk Ehouubolug Implements TEIUIHI All sums of lOdollars or under cash all sums over 10 dollars the purchas oalseeufltysatdnoto-toboduoJaauerylsl191Unnd to bear In at the rate of six per cent per nnnum negotloblek Co of Lancaster Ky J W HILLS Tbr- LONGWORTN Ederheimer 4 Our curk alea1especial effort is caring for those things the boys and young + men wear If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS always come to us and you can find them H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky 1 DRIPPING SPRINGS- P O Cub Orchard Ky aUIIhher breon norhoodClosetochurchruralrouteandtmile ductive 4 farm in grass balance In culti vation all under good fence Comfortable house of six rooms new harts and all otheroutbuildings Abundance of fine water and trait of all kinds J T UVIMWTON It F U No1 Htanford Ky JO PER CT REDUCTION c Be PRUIITi- VJoroland Kentucky KarOO days In order to clean up on Mat tings Druggets Carpets hugs Klc Will give 10 per cent reduction Have some rnre tNninlInof fronted pictures Now Is your time to- buys handsome mantle mirror Call and see them Choice selection of rockers Good line of beds metal anti wood metal and wood folding beds crlMrots mattreM es springs counches Davenports chairs suit trunks extension tablestablescentre medicine cabinets glass sash doors Ac tall and see us uppllllMerTice0 1J IllUITT Moreland Ky Dinwiddie Co r Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods Stop That Cold ToeheckarleoidsorOrlppewitbPreventleamean with Prsreotlcs safer than to let it run and be cbllred to euro it afterwards To be sure PreTeuUCl will CUrl lven a deeply eaterl but term early at tbl sneexa etAletbeJ break or bottaiThrhJQulnIDI1ofPrnenUc IfbAremrreapst me encJ sold Inlqdoxrlor the pocket also In 26o Doa of 41 PmeaUcs Insist on roar druggists glrtni you PreventicsPENNYS r Stein CoI MAKERS rir j a iG I Penny R H Coffey E IL Coleman IFORHOT WEATHER HELP m 3d i tel TRY OUR Talcum 4 Powders fHm mt Unth Brushes m 1 Toilet anti Bath soaps 11 tel AND ESPECIALLY it It tteli miiiPENNYS DRUG STORE m Stanford Kentucky EJi I 8BB B B E zJ FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882 I CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2J6500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern SafetyI1 t Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Rocker President S T Harris Vlc Pfeident John J McKoberls Cashier H C Baugbman Aut Cashr WWSaunderiBookkeeper DIRECTORS I F Reid J H Daughman M D Elmore J M Pelts A H C Baugbman J F Cumminstr 11 S T Harris no 0 RobinsoshW B OBannon J S Hocker I CiE Tate Big Line oft1 Ji Chattanooga Plows d The Best Made I GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford 9 5 I ev iiiu t aud SkirtsWe 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 the right style garment and at the right price Each season shows improvement in ReadytoWear Clothes and the designers have fairly outdone themselves this season The workmanship is as near perfect as human hands can make itsBuy now and be ready for the first cool days ti J SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal STANFORD KxAva 31 1900 Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo Saturdays and Sundays only jSrECIAL PERSONALS Icnnys Drug Store Mn WILL SEVERANCE la In the city buying Roods MR JoitN LUTES attended tho London fair Friday MR P H ConuNEY Spent several days in London G L PENNY was In Louisville last week on business HOWARD NEWLAND Is back from a viiit to Mercer county relatives CEO D FLORENCE was in Louisville I Friday and Saturday on business t MR ORLAND DECK of Waco Mad I Ison county is hero with thohomefolks I MRS W R RICE of Louisville was I tho guest of Mrs Susan U Yeager MRS JAMES MERSIION of Lebanon Junction is with tho homefolks hero MI8S RITA MATTINOLY of Lebanon spent several days with Miss Nancy uYeagcr MISSES KATHLEEN WALTER and Allis Yantis of Lancaster were with rela tives hero Miss SADIE OAUCIIMAN of tho West End spent several days with the Misses t w Daughman MRS SALLIE SUTTON of Hubble is with Mr and Mrs John Lynn Smith in the East End MRS CHARLES J KITCHEN JR of Ashland is with her mother Mrs An nlo Englemon MR AND MRS MASON MORRIS of Muskogee Okla are visiting relatives at Crab Orchard DR J T UOIION of Lincoln county is visiting relatives hero this week Hmodsburg Herald MRS W G WITHERS and son Pow ell are at Lexington with the family of ROVC E Powell MRS ERNEST WARREN has returned to her homo at MWdlesboro after a via it to her parents here ZION J N SAUNDERS and little Miss Sophie Saunders visited relatives in a Bullitt county last week MRS TOM W GOOCII of the W- esttEnd is visiting her daughter Mrs TI Droz at Cleveland Ohio J W BRYANT of Richmond 1rwas the guest of her sister Mesdames f J A Walter and Kathryn Ueazley MR JOE MCAUSTER SMITH tho aged father of Messrs John Lynn and Jas Smith of tho East End Is quite ill CAPT THOS ELKIN of Garrard I brought his grandson Goodwin Elkin over Friday to take tne train for Atlan- taGaMiss FANNIE THOMPSON of Preach ersville is the guest of her cousins Misses Suslo and Alas ThompsonMt Vernon Signal MISSES CECILIA AND DOROTHY KRILL who have been visiting Mr Fred Bau mann Jr and family returned to Louisville Friday MESSRS W B MCKINNEY of this place and R A Llpps of Hustonville attended the Millers Convention at Lexington last week MRS C M HENRY and sons Owsley and Ed of Chicago are with her fath l t er Mr Stephen Owsley and family In the Hubble section Miss ELLEN BALLOU of Stanford has been here for the past week the guest of tho family of J M Richard 1 lonSomersetrimesMRS returned to her 1 home at Gruytown 0 Sunday after a visit to Mr Wm Beck and family MiH Savannah Beck returned home with her PROP E W GIDSON who will teach i In the high school of the Stanford Graded School this year has arrived and is getting acquainted with tho pupils and patrons Miss LiLLIE MARTIN of Lincoln was visiting friends here last week and Miss Sabra Dawes returned homo with her driving through In a carriage i Somerset Republican Miss MAUDE CARTER entertained Thursday afternoon in honor of her guest Miss Nell LaGrange of Frank tin Ind A number of her friends wero present and enjoyed hugely a few hours at tho hospitable homo MRS GEO G PERRY of Stanford visited friends here last week Mr and Mrs W IL Shanks of Stanford A are with Mrs T E Baldwin Mrs Albert Severance of Stanford has been visiting her father Dr M C Heath Richmond Register LexIIngtonliON W II SHANKS is In tho moun talus on business loo PERRY is back from a visit to Richmond relatives MRS ED WILKINSON and children are with her parents In Casey Miss MARY PORTMAN is with Mrs James Rouge at Lancaster MR T W HUMBLE spent several days with Perryvillo friends Miss PRILL NEWBORN of Huston vllle visited Miss Frances Adams MR H C RUPLEY visited his daugh tar Mrs U It Hourtgan in Marlon MR A M WARREN of Louisville spent Sunday with tho homofolks here MR H K BOURNE of New Castle has joined his wife at Mrs Lou Shanks MRS W A CARSON and children spent several days with Lancaster rela MISSES FRANCES AND DAISY VANDE VEER are in Nashville buying millinery goodsMiss MARY BURCH left yesterday for Stanton Va to teach in the for the deaf Miss NANNIB HERRING after a visit to Miss Mary Moblcy returned to her homo in Garrard MR AND MRS J D FEENY of Lex ington visited her brothers Messrs J S and T A Rico Miss ESTHER BURCH left yentcrdaj for Red Springs lie C where she wil teach another year MR J T DANIELS of Abilene Texas atent a few days with his old friend Mr Cicero Reynolds MRS T B GALLIC of Tampa Fla is the guest of her aunts Mesdames T P fish Julia Martin MRS W S LAWWELL and little daughter of Danville are with Mrs P M McRobcrts MR W 0 HOPPER will go to Mt Sterling this week to look after his school which begins Monday Miss JESSIK D COOKE who has beer with relatives here left Sunday morn- Ing for her homo in Nashville MISSES LUCY AND CLARA BENTON ol Winchester who have been with Misa Myrtle Barker returned homq yester day DR W HARRY HIGGINS of the Johns University faculty li spending a month with his parent hereMIS9 DOLLIE WlLCHER who has had typhoid fever is able to como to tows to spend a few daya with Miss San Hundley MRS J R FREEMAN Miss Bessie Spoonamoro and brothers San and Spoonamore attended the London fair last week Mns EDDLEMAN and Miss Pattk Moores of Louisville and Miss Elb Barncttc of Hustonvillo are the guests of DIniiciio VnOcvccr MESDAMES H L WALLACE of Gar rard and W H Denton of Lexington who have been with Mrs Adelia Woods returned to their homes yesterday Mn AND Mils SAM H FULKunsor havo returned from an extended tri through tho West and Northwest The visited exposition at SenttleMldd- lesboro NewsRecord MRS SANFORD M ALLEN and littl daughters Margaret Woods and Eliza both lIen after a months eta with the formers Mr ant Mrs E P Woods returned to Millers burg yesterday MR C E TATR and family havo beer at Crab Orchard for several weeks They are occupying the homo of Mrs S E Brooks while she and her daugh ter Miss Molllo Brooks aro visions Messrs James and John Brooks in Cal Ifornla LOCALS CITY TAXESYour city taxes fOI 1009 are due Please call and settle B D Carter collectorI- IANDrAINTEO China makes hand some and appropriate wedding presents See Mrs atherlne McClary I I HAVE one McCormick mower and ono hay rake will sell cheap rather than to carry over E T Pence St LITTLE PERSON ALSDorn to theI wife of George Rankin a boy to the wifo of P Long a daughter and to the wife of Thomas Plummer a daughter PLEASE do not ask forcredit on school books which are sold at State contract prices and are not our books Lyne Bros druggists Crab Orchard book depositorySTUB Juvenile Fair at Stanford fair grounds today promises to be an inter eating event The children havo been working hard for tho success of the en terprise and wo trust their efforts will well rewarded Go and help the little fellows and at tho same time see how they can conduct a fair All of tho cakes plea jellies melons etc exhib ted will bo eaten on the grounds Bet ter bo on hand and got your share Admission adults 15c children lOc t1 GOOD Frazier cart for sale J J I Bcldcn Stanford PURE cannel coalat11Baughman CoV Try a land LET mo Insure your barn and tobac co W A Trlbble Stanford PHONE when you want tin ning and plumbing done W K Warner GET Olympian Springs water at Shu gars Tanners They are sole agents for it T THOIAS J BURLESON has been ap pointed postmaster at Wnynesburg to succeed Taylor Wesley resigned FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Lo i gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds I Tim C W Bwilhave a meet ing in the lecture room of tho Christian church Wednesday afternoon at tho usual hour All members aro request ed to be present prepared to pay their I dues CHAS D WEDD city editor of the Bourbon News who used to hold a- lit on this paper is a candidate for city judge of Paris There is ono thing at least In his favor He will give weight to tho office as ho weighs some thing less than a ton MR J T CARSON writes from Leba non that ho can beat Sam Owens big tobacco leaf Ills tenant found three leaves which measured 55 inches and he has a field in which many leaves as long as a tobacco stickfour feet two Inchescan be found Next REUNION There will beareunion of tho Blue and Gray at the camp grounds ono mile East of Kings Mountain on Sept 15 16 and 17 Good speakers will be on hand and amusement of various kinds will be on the grounds Write to H C Leach H Sweeney and J T Miller committee for full particulars FARMERS SlIowAt Q R Jones beautiful park just below Yosemite in Casey county on Saturday Sept 18 a farmers show will be held Stock of all kinds will bo exhibited and farm products will be displayed It will be an excellent place to dispose of your mule colts Write Q R Jones Yose mite for particulars AT Turnersville rchSunday night a fellow who had taken aboard too much cream of hops or acme other decoction of beer stretched himself out on a scat and went to sleep Rev D M Walker who was holding the meeting had better eyesight and pro bably moro grit than the church dear cons and elders and asked him to go out lIe refused to vacate and tho preacher I had to use some force in ejecting him The young man might not havo intended I to disturb religious worship but he did so and ho committed a grave of fcnso when ho did I A GRAND PICNIC at Moreland by the Modern Woodmen of America on Wed nesday Sept 8th Exercises before noon will consist of pig race apple biting sack race etc Afternoo grand parade team drill and addressee by State Deputy DcIIart of Louisville and C A Atkinson of Chicago Cakewalk and ball game after which the peoplo will enjoy an elegant Ice cream supper at M W A Hall Class adop tion at night Music for the day by the Middleburg band Committee Arthur Myers J K Helm Walter Spears W D Hutchison and J H Minks HON HARVEY HELM ofStanford Congressman from tho Eighth Ken tucky district was hero today en route home from the Shelby County Fair Mr Helm said that even the machlna tions of the wicked at Washington couldnt kill the prosperity in Gods country that tho crops and the sights at tho county fairs in his district were as cheering vaa the faces of tho well dressed cheerful and happy people Asked if ho wanted to go back to Washington after hia present term Mr Helm said that ho certainly did and would certainly bo a candidate for re election but that ho would rather not talk about tho matter till tho democrat ic ticket in Louisville and that in every county in Kentucky were safe in port at tho close of tho coming November election He believes that the State democracy if it is to have a future is as much interested in the result in Lou isville this fall as are Louisvillians themselves Louisville Times 4 LEAVE your order for Swifts or Globo Fertilizers with E t Pence Stanford FOR SALEAsplendid building loto Logan Avenue next to Mr D M An demons Mrs Nancy Logan BISHOP Mrs I Bishop who has been ill for some time died at her homo at Hustonvillo Sunday night aged about 65 years FIRE broke out at the home of Mr Wm Warren on Water Works Street Friday but was extinguished before any damage was done A defective flue was the cause A 15 YEAR oLD daughter of J H Horned who lives on Mr E P Woods farm died and was burled Saturday This is the second child Mr Horned has lost in two months REV A V SIZEMORE who was pas tor of tho Baptist church here a number of years ago Is dead in Louisville where ho went for treatment He was holding a pastorate at Bardatown when he became III AT the Boys Fair I Danville Friday W M Duncan of this place got the blue tie with his pony in the roadster ring Morgan Smith Baughman Jr got two reds on his fine pony and second money In the ring for the best boy rider Miss ROBERTA OBANNON has re signed as teacher in Stanford Graded School and has accepted a position as teacher of English and Latin in the High School at Castallia 0 The trus tees will elect her successor in the next few days as school will begin next Monday morning CAL PADGETT of Waynesburg aged about 25 was brought here by Messrs T S Reynolds W U Johnson and W H Singleton Saturday for trial on a writ of lunacy He was ordered to the Lakeland Asylum Padgett is a son of Zack Padgett and has been in bad shape mentally for some time SUMMERSALEOF WALLPAPERS Greatest reduction ever made in wallpapers Extra good quality of stylish papers per roll as low as 3c Dont fail to see the greatest assortment be fore it is picked over as the prices that have been put on this stock will make it go in a whoop Such bargains have never before been offered here We have a lot of high standard paints that we aro closing out at cost A E Gib bons Main street Danville JCy LIBERTY FAIRGood crowds attend ed the Liberty fair each day and the show of stock and races were about as good as usual Lincoln county furnished much of the show stock and the owners took their full quota of the prem dims The fair was held on the Whipp grounds this year and while it was more convenient to town shade was lacking The promoters of the enterprise should be able to declare a good dividend Ed itor John Henry Thomas was president and John Evans Jr secretary MR J HARVEY VANHOOK one of the best men and democrats in Pulaski or any other county was nominated for county court clerk by the democrats at their convention at Somerset Saturday We congratulate them on their wise selection Mr Vanhook lived for man years in Lincoln county where he Is known and respected by all Notwith standing tho big republican majority he has to overcome we are Informed that he has a fighting chance to win and he will leave no stone unturned ir his effort to best his republican beingheldthat it should be turned over to another gentleman of that political belief The more our Pulaski see of Mr Vanhook the better they will like him and it would not surprise us to hear after Jan 1st that couples wanting mar riage licenses will call on him for them So mote it b- ePUBLIC SALE Having decided todlspoieof n lotof itook tad formIng Implement I will on SATURDAY HEPT 3 1MW nt the J H Iaxton farm 1 mile from Stan ord on Stanford Knob Lick pike tell the following personalty towlt Five or ilx work mules S yenr oid mules 1 syenrolil buy hone broke 1 gentle pony 1 yearling 3 yearling Jersey helter I yearlingtuff 1 Jersey cowl 4yiarold jennet 1 aged Jennet with Jack colt nt side Three farm wagons S bay frames t mowing machined hay rnkes S corn planter 6 1 walking cultivators riding cultivator 1 iteol roller elder mill good in new y dou cart 1 tuckboardplowgenranaother things too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale ijaloat 10 AM sharp JAMES MEBHKU Stanford Ky Col J P Chandler Auct J t L n Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin LESS THAN COST This is no dream but a stern realitye have a few Ox fords left in Tans Vicis Putents Oxbloods Etc in this sea sons goods Latest styles etc They must go regardless of cost 3 50 Oxford 2 25 3 00 Oxford 2 00 2 50 Oxford 1 75 2 00 Oxford 1 50 I 50 Oxford J 00 Etc Our Fall goods are beginning to como in and we do not in tend to carry goods over We had rather take our loss now than to carry to next season Our loss is your gain Come to see us and we will convince you that we mean business Dont forget that we are still offering Summer goods at tremendous cuts HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY rOliver Plows Disc Harrows and the Supe rior 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 WIH HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky I vvvvvvvvavvvsvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv + The Waynesburg Deposit Bank iiINCORPORATED IIIi County Ky Back of all industry and enterprise stands finance always anJ to worthy that will ad 22 JtJthrift2 dollar save and deposit in our bank is not Jj assistingI 22 jj2 1 L O Gooch President M E Wheeldon Vice 22 2iOFFICERS A Hays Vice President Stanley Mcintosh DIRECTORS Dr J W Acton C C Gooch Dr A K 2 Caldwoll U Curtis L G Gooch James A Hays G W Leach JiHH Singleton J W Wheeldon M E Wheoldon aoar wvvvwvvvvwvvwvvvrr-vvv s j rvvvvvavwvvvvvwr rvvwvvvvvvvvwvrri y If you want the Best Drill made try rile Hoosier For sale by r u EaT PENCe STANFORD KY The Interior Journal lr lredinthe PodOffice at Stanford at vvTMaaM matter L N TITOE TKBLE No6PX No W south 1108 A x- NO4Nortb4fOA M No M North 6ir r H No JT 1017 AM No J I OrM JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store i the Oweley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of IWncrei of Rood blue grail land lying one mile North of JIoKlnneyon tbe Stanford pike Improvements and fencinggood of water frun of timbered land one mile Bsit of McKinney hnlf under fenco of water and good tobacco land See grow D crop= JAQlVENHAKeiit McKlnnty Ky When Ordering Clothes JUT your measure taken by R tailor of ex perience Then your clothes wuethern low price business suit or the llneit evening clothes will have that Individuality and a which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your mea ore for extra trousers fancy top SumnelsanplesonUO RUPLEY TallooStaJlrord CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the publlcwlth the best as well as tbe freshest of cut flowers plants of- all kinds bulb potted flowers on shot notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have all kind of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices CHUI8TMAN GREEN HOUSES ED JlunuAUD IBOB Stanford Ky kiiurts Tobacco and Tobacco earns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Once p6 Insure with mo and be fully protectedI WDJLHI- DESMD f yUR FURS GinsttgGodeaare De krs and CAn do better for thin tgeti or commiuicn Inercharj- Reference pry Bank in Louisville Write for weekly price list and ship piag tags We f 001 free 31 SABEL SONStETAIUHtD IN tea 228 E Marlct St LOUISVILLE K- YINSURANCE AD BD MAHOISY Insures Tobacco Tobacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado- LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention 1 given to losses which f are paid without discount JlBeazieyCoJ a in is Undertakers and Emb lmtWI Also Dealers in Furvniture MattingaRug They s willexchange Furniture for aU Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary es Undertaker Embalmer and dealer IniHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY I 1 wfhone107 homePhones 4+ rJ FARMERS DEPARTMIMT FOR SALE2OO good stock eWes W Carpenter Moreland Let Jj Si Murphy the McKinney millet do your custom grinding PURE seed Winter Turf oats for sale J M Reynolds Wayneeburg Ky J S Murphy the McKinney miller has just received a fresh car load of salt Take your wheat and corn to J Murphy the McKinney miller Hig est market prices Mrs Merritt has sold her farm of lOG acres a portion of the Camp Dick Robinson tract at 135 FOR SALEA nice gentle family horse seven years old also a good sa dIe horse E H Ballard anseven mules at the Springfield fair Alva Carpenter of the West En b Might of J W Carson his farm of 8 acres near Turnersville at SO Several million pounds of Burley t bacco were raised in Campbell county this year and will bo put on the pool FOR SALE About 50 tons of good timothy hay in stack will have baled as soon as can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky R F D No1 There left my place about Aug 1 a black sow shoat weighing 40 pounds Any information thankfully received Mrs Lila Hasty Crab Orchard EsTRAYA black Berkshire sow and seven shoats weighing about 40 pounds left my place about three weeks alto Reward R C Nunnelley Turners yule A pale red cow fat and weighing about 800 pounds left my place Friday night 13th She has crumpled horns and is getting along in years Notifiy T J Gross Crab Orchard CATTLE MEN II have 200 acres of fine pasture 2J miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle a- 75c per head per month G Y Con Lancaster Ky R F D No1 Flaxseed fed carefully will keep the colts coat in fine condition bowels free and will promote an even development to the muscles of the legs and the whole body Farmer Home Journal Deep red muly heifer weight about 700 pounds came to my place Aug 7 Owner can get her by paying for thf notice and her keep W C Atford Waynesburg Ky R F D No 2 Millers of the country who use patent devices for bleaching flour by means of nitrogen peroxide have begun the collection of a fund of 50000 to bused in fighting the government in de tense of millers who may be prosecuted for selling bleached flour J D Eads Son did well with their fine stallion Black Joe at the London They got second money with him in the ring for tho best threeyearold saddler either sex first in the best sad dIe stallion or gelding ring and second in the sweepstake saddle ring They refused an offer of 800 for the fine fel lowICol Huff Dudderars great twoyear old mare Sallie Brook has shown her class at five fairs and won sigh- blue ties never being defeated Sallie Brook is by Ashland Brook Harris Woods splendid stallion Mr Dudderar will likely take her to the Paris and State fairs She is as handsome and stylish as they get to be J J Walker R H Batson and C A Arnold trustees appointed by the court to receive Invest and control the bequest given to Lancaster Grad School by the late Lewis Y Leav ell purchased 266 acres of land from Dr W M Elliott for 115 per acre and 178 acres from B F Hudson for 110 per acre Lancaster Record A few days ago a Miss Death was brought to the German Hospital to be J operated on for appendicitis She was daughter she said of an undertaker The surgeons name who was chosen to perform the operation was DyeDr Frank Hackett Dye When the opera J tion was over Misa Death was placed charge of two nurses Miss Payne the day nurse Miss Grono is the night nurse The patient is recov ering rapidly and in a week or so Miss Death will bid goodbye to Dr Dye iss Payne and Miss CroneTimes Kentucky Fair Dates Somerset Aug 31 4jlays Frankfort Aug 314 days Nicholasville Aug 314 days Bardstown Sept 14 days TriState Fair Middlesboro Sept 1 4 days Paris Sept 74 days Monticello Sept 74 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 136 days The Crime Of Idleness Idleness means trouble for any one Its tho same with a lazy liver It caus constipation headache jaundice = sallow complexion pimples and blotches loss of appetite nausea but Dr 1 1l18 rlHverbealth 25c at Pennys Drug Store Capt Thomas S Shaw ian engin eer of the Cadiz railroad his son Thos ndaughterJ Adairville Logan county suffered a 40000 fire almost wiping the little place off the map S + jl A little more thAn 40 years ago hadAacreage nearly as largo as New Bng land Then he lid almost no homes now he has 400000 homes Then he had few farms now be has 200000 farms Then he had ho insurance corn panics now ho has 85 Then be had no undertaken now he has several thous and When the American Negro was readhread and write Then he had few churches now he has 26000 churches Booker T Washington Charles F Libby of Portland Med was elected president of the American Bar Association George Whitlock of Baltimore was made secretary and YIranyd0Dr Shoos Pink Pain Tablets sure See byyFOR SALE Stock Dry Goals Notions Groceries Himlwnre Tinware Ac about 2W 1 ing fair business Liberal terms 0 II H AUHIH Crab Orchard Ky NOTICE orMrproperly proven to me by Aug 20 loot lUcuAamOonnExbr1aav111eKy B D CARTERN- ew Liven Depot Street Phone 06 STANFORD KENTUCKY Farm for Rentfor 1910 ofk10nHel this Fail Would like to rent before Sept 16 Call on ilns HAMIK J IKXMNOTOX 1C K U No 1 Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEEAING- Iampreparetltodoallkinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work- a will be guaranteed and my prices are rea sonable Write nt McKinney throughtkaluttonvllleExchange MAtrEU MOKIKNKV The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is now In operation ROll Is ready to servo iJneyaBlanketswork wool or exchnnge goods for It highest market price for wool O UlYRI01IT Ir- o4CONCRETING We are in position to do nil kinds of con creting ns Work Pavements in fact we can make thing front r house down to a fence jest We cnn serve you promptly and guarantee llret class pricestPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky I I iltl 1 J f SVi s Believing that the people of Kentucky 4 will be interested in the organization of the Citizens s National HLifet Insurance 611 f Company 1 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 I the amounts of subscriptions for each week First Week August 2ndk 10090000 Total Second Week August 9th 20024000Total Third Week August 16t- h345OOOOO it 1 fc Total Fourth Week August 23- rdS46946OOO Total Fifth Week August 30 6O1700OO t IF YOU ARt INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON Jr r W II GImOOHYIT om JNTKIUOII JOUKNAL LOUISVILLE KY tiPlease send me full information ua to tbe CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSUlt ANCE COMPANY Name Address S the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford RentHcky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 340000OO S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- JB PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT1 W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVYS DIRECTORS B Oweley Stanford S IL Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ian kin TraylorGilbcrtflH Cummins Preachersvillc Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Stanford Garage Machine Co1 INCORPORATED 1 AUTOMOBILES i i l FEED CUTTERS GASOLINE ENGINES CRUSHERSFARM IMPLEMENTS AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT TELEPHONESMR as a city and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small 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