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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): August 31, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909083101_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): August 31, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "WVflW ? OL. XXXVII. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. AUGUST CHURCH 31. 1D09. MATTERS. will expend I NO. 53. We understand that Mr. W. P. When a Man Is In The Grave. Walton Is negotiating for tho of tho Kentucky Gazette, of If you have any flowers to gtve to a friend, Lexington, ono of tho best Democratic papers published In tho State. There Just give them to him now; Is not a man In Kentucky with tho Don't wait until he'a beneath the sod, When death's upon his brow, stain of printer's Ink on his fingers but who will bo glad to welcome him back but speak a kind word, 'twill help him along Mr. Walton I a Into tho ranks. And teach him to be brave, staunch, dovotcd and fearless newspaper man, the last paper that bo For flowers, you know, will do no good When a man la In his grave. guided successfully being the Stnte Journal, of Frankfort. He sold this a If you have a neighbor you know Is Bhort tlmo ngo to J. C. W. Beckham all right, and J. L. Newman, and has been takSpeak up and tell him so, ing a vacation at Atlantic City. Iiut For a kind word spoken when we're on truo to his calling ho has heard tho earth whir of tho printing press abovo tho Is worth all that's said when wo go sign of tho sail sea waves, and tho He n friend to n man is all that Is asksmell of tho gasoline engine has proven ed; more enticing than the salt sea breeze, Many sorrows by this you may save; so like tho truo bluo gentleman ho is, It's better than all the good things you he Is answering their call and coming may say into his own again. Thrico welcome. When a man Is In his grave. Brother Walton I Harrodiburg Her old. m If you have any money you think you Washington's Platruo Spots can spare, Help some poor soul In need, lie In tho low, marshy bottoms of tho a For then you are building a homo over Potomac, tho breeding ground of there germs. These germs cause chills, liy doing that kind of a deed. fever and nguo, biliousness, iaundlce, lassitude, weakness and general de Don't wait until you've come to die To glvo away dollars you've labored bility and bring suffering or death to to save, thousands yearly. But Klcctrlo Hit ters never fall to destroy them and For remember that dollars will do no good euro runlarln troubles "They nro tho When a man is in his grave. tonic and euro for mabest laria I over used," writes It M. Don't look down on a man who's In James, of Lotiollon. S C. They cure hard luck. Stomach, Liver, Kidney nnd Blood If he can't dress as flno as you. Trouble "nd will prevent Typhoid. For remember that "clothes don't make Try them, 60o. Guaranteed by Pen-nr- 's the man" Drue Store. Is an adage you'll And to bo true, Though fortune has dealt unkindly with pur-cha- se tna-lirld NEWS NOTES. E. G. Atkins, a drummer, Is dead at his homo in Columbia. Tho home of Postmaster W. H. King at Pincville was almost totally destroy ed by fire. Firo In the department store of John II. Berry & Co. in Owcnsbjro caused a loss of 33,000. Sam Darnell was perhaps fatally stabbed by his father-in-laA. Mansfield, at Sevancc, Tcnn. In a powder explosion at the "Quick Seven" zinc mine at Neck City, Nev., two men were Instantly killed. The 2Mb annual enenmpment of the Sons of Veterans adjourned at Washington to meet next year in Atlantic City. The Farmers and Merchants Bank of Medina, Tcnn., has closed its doors. Dull business and too heavy loans are given as the cause. Fivo lives wero lost In the sinking of tho Alaska Steamship Co.'s steamer, Ohio. otT Steep Point, Alaska. There were 128 passengers on board. Eight persons wero Injured while fighting the firo which destroyed the whisky house of W. L. Weller & Son, Louisville. The loss Is about $75,000. Eighteen (ower companies, with a total capitalization of $3,200,000, all paid in, have filed articles of Incorporation with tho Secretary of State of Michi- Middlesboro Methodists NOTICE I him. And he had no chance to save. hmi nioFl our nriHluce. Iild nnd lioiillry liu.lnc.. Irani Mrr.'.liliU lo our For the rich and the poor will all be .lore recently iiurvim.ru w itnnitnu .till the same twuilixir from jKi.lofnc. for nil kind. n( country produce. iy When a man is In the grave. Htnnfunl, Ky. l.A.ili.V llrciiAStx, There's a home up there where sweet cb V FOR SALE! Will tell it Clothing. Hhoe mul Omit' l town In In lha Htore. llorli county A itrvnt oiortiinlty for ttn mnii. stock will Ituolw I ilmut !'. o. runt M. J., cure Interior Journal, xmii-fon- l. A.lilrcn Home At Auction lnlll c ! Mondfiy,Heit. IS. ltav. county court day, Ateniie, hi.ii-forthe property on oicumed liy W. 11. Wtthrri lint n lire nnd outbuilding, sood retldi'iu-hniv Hplcndld cl.tern nnd In kkmI mid In IIK gnrdcu Intention Ilrl-clWill tvll III front of the One uelKhlMirlKHHl old court houie Hi IJU Mondny nlteriioon. Merit IS. IHW, Mr. Hugh Itrld. K II. Mnry IVnnluiiton, mnnfunl, Ml Ky. angels dwell. Where a man receives his reward. And the good things you do while hero on earth Are commcndablo in the eyes of our Lord. So think of the things you might have done, Of some iwor soul you may save; You'll find If jou wait tho time has passed And the man will be in his grave. gan. Eight hundred persons drowned, homeless and property damago to the extent of $12,000,000 Is the result of a flood which struck Monterey, Mexico, Saturday night. Ed Duke, who was the starter at tho Henderson racing meeting, was shot and killed at Henderson by Will K. Hell. The men are said to have quarreled over Duke's work as starter. S. II. Webb, an insurance agent of Louisville, was shot four times and fa tally wounded at Fort Worth, Tex., by T E Ualdwin, of Abilene, Tex., in the lobby of the Majestic Hotel. The owners of the 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 tho coroner's 15,-0- ' FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE ! nk .minted on jrntll nnd lx inllea oulli of Uiiicmter. containing :n ncrr., nrlithlKirlimxl, IoIiir well lmut-i- l In e imrtof the John Wnlkertrnct.wlthn i re.ldenCo ne,tMo-.torI hen on, wit li nil necea.nry outhulldlniii nnd rikkI, new 40ii. well wiiternl. U nrtcr falling .irln nnd crwk runnliiK through. Si cn.b In linnil.Uilntiw oim nnd Tkiim lwo)Mr friiiiidiiy of U, U'lirlng l per i cut Intere.t until iwlil. I'er.on. looking for .iirh plnce plen.e nrltu A fin" I'lun Rrn farm for livw pile nrnr 1'ulnt NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Mrs. Illuford Oliver Johnston, widow of William Johnston, is dead at Lebanon. Virgil Lee and Harry Nichol'on have bought Ware & Ware's drug store at Middles bo ro. ThomaJ Green, Noble Grand of the Somerset Lodge of Odd Fellows, is dead of typhoid fever. tick-et- s The L. & N. will sell round-trito the fairnt Middlesboro, Sept. 1 to 4, at $3 05, good returning Sept. C. To Louisvillo Sept. 4, 5, 6 st $3.25, good till Sept. 11, account the retail druggists' convention and to Louisville Sept. 13 to 18 at same rate, good till Sept. 20, account State Fair. Tri-Stat- o IN !il limul-Mim- .exen-roon- , W'.U. VAX.sr.ii,Ktuiifuid. Lincoln Circuit Mngglnll. Whent I'lrr., v U'lm II. Hffrmliintt. Notice of .ale. Merit Oneal, u 'prominent Woodford ludgiuenl rviulvml In InntHillenco to term, tlienKne t)lnt nctioii nt thu Maywill on farmer, has found n new use for his l'.0, the umlcr.lgned Comnil.ilourr auto, and tho Sun wishes to put hU MONHAY.HKIT. l.tTIC. UW, county court dny, U'tw cent he huur. of lnud name up alongside of Columbus and s I'. M., In front of the court limit door In other great discoverers. The senior iiiilillo Miintonl. Ky., offer for nle ntlifilder, outon n editor of the Sun considers himself cry to tho lilghe.t nnd twtl of enMlt4ll luoullii, thu tract liy Inud In but what was his astonishment llrynnt Mncoln county. Ky.. owned ImiuimWhI on last Monday morning to see a flock of llutl nt tho time of III. denth. thu North liy the Innd.of Vt r.Orliiiri: on the Kouth ty thu Htnnfnnl nnd l'rencher.-ll- l sheep calmly marching along to the inturnpike, on the We.t by the land, of Mr., Mnry K. Warren, conlnlnlng fli'i ncre.. spiring strains of "honk, honk," proThe object of thu nln II for ri'line.tinent. ceeding from Mr. Ones!' automobile, ecurlty, Tkiimh. Ilond with npiiroved which was driving them. Mr. Oneal pnjiible to the Coiuuilxlonur, will bu cent. tlinpureliBM.U'iirlngs Intere.t from d.lte of nilu until pnld, hullig was steering thu machine with as much the forco nnd etTiet of n Judgiuunt, ond sangfroid as if driving sheep was the .rcureil by lien on tho land. mest common and ordinary use to which J. II. I'AXTON. Mn.terCoui'r, V. M. McKOHHItfH. Att'y for I'lff. a car could be put. Woodford Sun. c, 11 Commissioner's Sale! Court. it Commissioner's Sale! Lincoln Circuit Court. directed by u Jildgturiit of thu Lincoln nt the K'liruiiry Circuit Court renden-term. luw. In thu nctluu of V. M. MctlulTey nnd other, ugnlu.t J, A. Dunnwny und otli-r- , Ihuuuder.lgmil CominU.luuer will nt nbout i'. M.on MtJNUAY.HKIT 13TII.11KM. county court day In front of thu court liomo door In rttiiiilurd1Ky..ulfi'r for. nlu nt ono outcry to thu hlghr.t nnd be.t blildr. ii credit of till una It niontln.tlie tract of Inud, near lllghlund, In Lincoln county, Ky., ownwl by Jen.u Mctlutley nt tho tliuu of III. dentil und thus duacrllH-d- l lleglnnliignt ndogwoiHl 11 link. N M W from n aprlug, Win. llutolil.on' corner; W SI olea to n .tore, ItoU'rt theucu N llulclilxin'a corner In Win. Ilutchl.on'i llao; tlieneo N 01) W J Hile. to n .torn ItolxTl llutuhl.ou'a corner; thence NV7W w in pole, to n .toro In Hluin Mnrtln's lluu; r, thence with .1111108 121 V It poles ton Mnrtln's corner; thence H '.Mli K III Hileaton whltuouk, llughua mid Jou 1Wn comer; thouou llaitln'a Hue, H KiH K IKjlea tu .take oil thu ldo of n hill where n poplur mid two che.tnuta were, called for, K.T, ro corner; tlionce N 14 W 79 iolc to two huckuyei nnd wblto walnut, near a branch i thence. HT1 W rj pilea to u augnr tree In n ilrnlu. Win lluichl.011'1 corner, thence with hi. lluu N Jl,' W r& iolea to n ilend, white onk, with n.h, hickory nnd uur.' treo iKilnter., hi. corner; thence lit. lluu HMH "' W poles, 11 link, to n hickory, 111. comer; thence Ills lluu H60 W&Hpolea ton whltiionk.hu corner! thence hta Hue nt H I't WWioles,T links ton cherry tree, Uta corner: thenoo his Una S 15)J W 1H poles to thu beginning contulnlng tm ncre., I rood Imul, nnd polos of good security for the purchnto llondt w 1th price will bo rvUlredofthupurchnar,benr-In- g per cunt. Intere.t from dato of aalo until pnld, pnynblo to thu UouuuU.toDer, havJudgment and ing the forco nnd effect of . iecurid by lien on thu land. II. fAXTON, M. O. L. 0. 0, J. AVty. tor l'lfli. 1', M. MoUooert A 1 iuh-ll- An aero is G.272.C10 square inches. An Inch of water over an acre ii, therefore, 0.272.&I0 cubic inches. That amount, at 277 cubic inches to tho gal Ion, equals 22,000 gallons, or 230,000 pounds, or 100 tons. An inch of rain is, in other words, rain falling at tho rate of 100 tons to tho acre. tf, pop-In- "Health Colleo" Is tho cleverest Imitation of real coiTeo over vet made. Dr. Shoop created It from pure parched grains, mult, nuts, etc. Flno In flavor Is m ado In just ono minute. No 20 or 30 minutes todlous boiling. Saiuplo free. Penny's Drug Storo. 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. Tho llttlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets called I'ruvcntlcs, will In a fow hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe. Sold by Penny's Try them! Drug Store. c. decision. In Federal Court nt Maysville, Judge A. M. J. Cochran nppolnted R. M. Jackson, a banker and prominent coal operator, of London, receiver for the New Coal Company. Tho receiver is to qualify within ten days and his bond was fixed at $25,000. The city of Hopkinsvillc will receive a gift of land for two parks, $30,000 for landscape work thereon, and Grace Episcopal church $50,000 for the poor of that city, under the will of John C. Latham. Tho Latham family homestead in Hopklnsville is to be converted into "Virginia Park." Acting Gov. Cox granted a pardon to Frank Ward, of Laurel county, who has served four years of a sen tence for manslaughter. Ward, with li!o bi oilier, and a man named Llttsell, were charged with killing a man named Golf in n fUht at Pittsburg. Tho other men were acquitted. Elvert W. Shirk, president of the First National Hank, of Tipton, Ind., was arrested in Chicago and charged with misapplying $24,252 of the bank's funds. Mr, Shirk said his arrest was due to a clerical error made by Noah It. Marker, and that he merely withdrew money belonging to him. Ten men wero killed and Ave seri ously injured by an explosion on the Florida East Coast railway, near Key West, Fla. One of the workmen carelessly threw a lighted cigarette into a box of fuses which connected with a blast of 700 pounds of dynamite, which caused tho dreadful accident. Tho jury in the case of Urecie and Dickcrson, charged with conspiracy to defraud tho defunct First National Hank of Ashcville, N. C, returned a verdict of guilty against both defendants. They wero sentenced to two years each in the Federal prison at Atlanta and to pay a flno of $2,500 each. President E. L. Davenport, of tho National Tobacco Growers' Association, a branch of tho American Society of Equity, has called a meeting of tho Hurley tobaccojsrowers nnd tho tobacco planters of other counties to meet in Elizabothtown Sept. 4 to form a district union and take quick action on the 1909 pool. Hell-Jcllic- o ar tho Rowland church last night. It will contlnuo all this week and perhaps longer. Rev. T. W. Harker will preach nt Logan's Creek Union church next Sunday at .1 o'clock. This will be his last sermon at that place. The meeting at Pisgah church, in Pulaski county, conducted by Revs. W. H. Hopper, of Uurnslde, and J. V. Logan, of Somerset, has resulted in 1G confessions. The meeting will continue until further notice. The meeting at Turncrsvllle, conducted by Rev D. M. Walker, of this place, assisted by Rev. Case, of Lexington, and Mrs. Evans, of Louisville, closed Sunday night. There were four additions to that church and tho membership was greatly awakened. Attention Eveiiybodv. Rev. D. W. Robertson, Superintendent of the Danville District, will preach at the Methodist church on Saturday morning at 10:45 and Saturday night at 7:30. Sunday morning at 10:45 and at night at 7:45. Dr. Robertson is a fluent speaker, a scholar and a gentleman. Come out nnd hear him. Pastor. The Shelbyville 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 Immediately preceded Mr. Tinsley, Is now pastor of the Seventh Street Christian church in Richmond, Va., one of the largest In that city. Rev. Hugh Mac- Lellan, his predecessor, Is pastor of the Richmond, Ky., church, and an ac I Copyright tooi br Y'' knowledged leader In his denomination Hart Sehattnerfc Marx in the State. Rev. George H. Combs, IIAKT, SCIIAFFXGK & MARX'S SUHS are made by the largest taiwhom Mr. MacLellan succeeded, is now goods and pastor of the Independence Street loring house in tho United States. They cut nothing hut guarantee every garment beariug their label to bo church in Kansas City. The Epwnrth League Rally Sunday night at the Methodist church was one of the very best programs wo hove TAILOR-MAD- E, seen rendered in Stanford. It was "A night with the old hymns." Danville League came over in a body a wag-onette and a surrey load. They seemed to enjoy themselves very much. Rev. J. P. Strother said he did not in think christian workers their work as the business world, that we needed more of such meetings. The people of Stanford turned out well, and the house was too small. All were loud in their praises of the exercises. Mrs. Beazley seems to be at home when conducting such a service. The pinging was just a little better than ever. The a Stanford Epworth League goes to the second Sunday night, Sept. 12. A Memiier or tug League. at $750 on Improving their church. Itev. D. M. Walker begun a meeting The Best l$ None Too Good for you. nil-wo- ALL WOOL, PERFECT IN FIT, PERMANENT IN COLORS. FULL SATISFACTION. EXAMINE OUR NEW FALL LINE. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Dan-vill- MATRIMONIAL. Ed Graves and Miss Mary Jones, of the Wildie section of Rockcastle, were married last week. CUT PRICES: i AH Summer goods must be sold at Cost. Wo nro overc rowdfd and must William Durham, of Danville, and Note the prices: Miss Louise Hurtmnn, of Louisville, mako room for our Fall stock of new, fresh goods. were married in New Albany Saturday 814 48 Men's Suits were Selling nt 822 50 now A Lancaster special says: Miss Viola 12 OS Men's Suits wero Selling nt 818 00 now Sargent and John Estes, both of this Men's Suits were Selling nt 815 00 uow 10 1)8 place, eloped to Richmond and were married. 13mh are 1G years old. Geo, now 8 08 Men's Suits were Selling nt 812 50 Wells, 17, and Miss Hazel Hawley, 14 Men's SuiU were Selling nt 810 00 now 7 48 years old, of tho Union section of the Men's Suits were Selling nt 8 7 50 now 4 48 county, also eloped and wero married Men's Low Shoes wero Selling nt 84 00 now 53 25 Seared With A Hot Iron, Men's Low Shoes were Selling nt 8!5 50 now 2 08 or scalded bf overturned kettle cut Men's Low Shoes wero Selling ut S3 00 now 2,38 with a knife bruised by s'ammed door 1 93 Men's Low Show were Selling ut 82 h0 now Injured by gun or In any other wuy tho thing needed at once Is Hucklen's 82 38 Ladies' Low Shoes wcio Selling nt8!l 50 now Arnica Salve to subdue Inflammation 2 10 Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling at SI5 00 now and kill the palu. It's earth's supremo Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling lit 82 50 now 108 healer, Infallible for Uolls, Ulcers, 1 38 Fever Sores, Eczema and Piles. 25c at Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling at 82 00 now Penny's Drug StonK 1 19 Ladies' Low Shoes wero Selling nt SI 50 uow ', In offering himself for Mayor of Straw Hats, 81 50 Vnluo 8.Q8 Louisvillo George D. Todd grounds him 1 38 Hats, 82 00 Value self on President Taft's famous Akron 2 24 Hats, 83 00 Value speech, In which ho said: "If I wero 2 OS Hats, 83 50 Valuo now able to cast tny vote in Cincinnati in tho coming election I should vote against the municipal ticket nominated by tho Republican organization." "Tho situation at Cincinnati then was cer tainly no worse than the conditions sur rounding tho Republican organization In this city at the present tlmo," adds Todd. Mr. Todd makes the tourtn entry ior Mayor oi iwouisvuie. now-Stranow-Stranow-Stra- SAM KQBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Twas A Glorious Viotory. Una-ti- 11 N a m Tho Jones family held a reunion at Atlanta and over 400 of that name were pretat. There's rejoicing in Fedora, Tenn. A man's life has been saved, and now Dr. King's New Discovery Is the talk of the town for curing 0. V, Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could not work nor get about," ho writes, "und tho doctors did me no good, tut, alur using Dr. King's Now Discovery three weeks, I feel like a now man, and can do good work again." For weak, sore or diseased lungs, Coughs and Colds, Hemorrhages, Hay Fever, Asthma or any Broncbial affection it stands unrivaled, Price 60c, and tl. Trial bottle free. Sold and 'guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. the weak nerves that are cry-lu- g out tor help. Then holp them, THE FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH. don't drug the stomach or stimulate tho Heartor Kidneys, That is wrong. Vitalize theso weak insldo nerves with Good for all Liver, Kidney and Rowel complaints. Tho C. 1S O. A T. Dr. Shoop's lUstorutlvo und seo how 1'. bell round-tritickets on rriday und Saturday, good lor 10 days, to fast good health will como to you Spring City as follows: again. Test It and seo. Sold by 80' 05 Kings Mountain 84 30 Lexington Penny's Drug Store. 5 90 Pulaski 3 05 Nicholasvillo E. L. Johnson, a member of a prom 5 40 Wnynceburg 4 25 inent Elliott county family, was shot HigUBridgo and killed from ambush. Johnson was liurgiu 5 25 Wiliuoru 5 55 under sentence for having killed his .') 90 5 00 Science Hill Danvillo brother-in-laago. about one year a ii 4 90 Somerset 3 00 Junction City A tickling ordry cough can bo quick ly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough Modem Hotel. All convenicucos. Hack meets all trains. Ask your Itomadv. Nn nnlum. no chloroform. 1UIEA SPRINGS HOTEL Co., Doctor. nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by . Rhea Springs, Teun. Penny's Drug btore. It Is COME TO RHEA SPRINGS, p i ..tsaMu- - IrVtflltfVpPk I v- - The Interior Journal. E. 4 C WALTON THE WAGES OF SIN. Youtsey is Rettlnj; no more, If not less than half ho deserves for his participation in the assassination of Gov. Goabcl, few will Katnsay. But his fate is n horrible one, worse even than death, which ho only cscap ed by feigning insanity and "throwing fits." Imagine an aspiring young stenographer with n bright future, a love ly young wife and everything to llvo for. Forgetting all these happy sur roundings and working himself into the belief that he was ruined if the offices were taken from him and his friends, he 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, Youtaey was captured with others of the conspirators and after a sensational trial, in which he played the part of a sick lunatic, was given a lifo sentence. The republican orators and newspapers howled in unison against Judge Cantrill for his heartlcssness In forcing a man In such a condition to trial and bellowed loud and long over Youtsey's innocence. Afterwards Youtsey confessed that he was shamming and gave convincing testimony against Taylor, Powers and others. Then the aforesaid orators and newspapers turned against him and his former friends became his bitterest enemies and claimed that he and he alono hatched the plan to kill Goebel and carried it into effect himself. Having lost every friend on earth except his faithful wife, he still had the comfort of knowing that he had that one. Now even that one is gone, she having brought suit for divorce and asking a restoration of her maiden name, not wanting 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 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 would dare to do so. Hell here and hell hereafter must be his portion and an awful thought it is. And deserved tho' it be, it is a shame that the other conspirators and assassins should by the act of a partisan governor, be permitted to suffer no greater punishment than that their seared consciences produce. It is almost a travesty that one tool should bear the little brunt of the whole damnable conspiracy. The others have escaped legal punishment here but they will not escape it where the worm dieth not and the fire is not quenched, we hope and believe. A LOT That Henry it Li i If Knr House nml Carriage rnlntlngnnil Trimletter postage from 2 to 1 cent. Liko, ming. l"npor Hanging, dun nml MKksmilh. revision of the tar-- . Inn. Hhop opposite ilf pot. their promises for a J. J.llKLnKK.Htnnford, Ky Iff downward, they didn't keep It and now instead they raiso tho prlco of registered letters, tho poor man's way of. STOP THATHEADACHE transmitting money, to 10 cents. Some llyhnvlng your eyos tiroporly ntteil with Hill, Knit Mnln Ml., of these days tho unfaithful servants Htnnfnrtl, Ky ,lll supply your ihhmIh nml In scourged out of tho gunrnnten satisfaction. Ifo nlvx-nrrlfaro going to bo lock Kittson phonograph nml thw lntrt tcmplo and wo really believe they aro rrennli which you cmi (my for rush, or tin full nml let in tnlk I monthly InntnflinrnU. near nt hand. thomntteroviT KYKHTNHTKI K11KI2. The old saying that It takes a thief of to catch a thief, finds full excmplifica-- , Hon In the fact that two bank cashiers incarcerated In the Pennsylvania peni-- 1 I deslr to soil prlvntrljr my Mock of tentlary, who wero put to examining lliinlvinre. Doing it goiM limithe books of the institution, disclosed a tless. Wilt Involcu iitxiut 'JA. Ilrnson lllhrnlth. (1KO. I). llOI'I'Kn.Htnnfnril, Ky. shortago of $50,000 in the accounts. On tho strength of it tho managers have been placed under arrest and they may MASONS become prisoners in tho bastile over which they presided. Lincoln ltlBNo.W K.A A.M. will mrvt InMnKil cmmiuintcnllon on (iicli tint nml of cncli The Cincinnati dairyman who has his third Mnnilny night on mnln month, t,nt T:. strew o'clock In their hull cows teeth brushed three times a day Members of sister lodccnro tnIWl to tm present. T. V. Penin cream colored garand dresses them nington, Hvc. ments to protect them from flies, finds that the innovations increase and im FARMS FOR SALE 1 prove the milk supply, each cow so of Mncres 1 wlili to treated producing two gallons of puro ntJumlo. nell prlvntoly my fnrm four miles Lincoln County, Ky. milk a day, which is greatly sought af-- J from McKlnney. lint on It good cellnr. spring house, ter. It is an expensive and laborious duelling, good Iwrn, Is In high stnte of culline water, etc Ijnd lme four other smnll experiment, but in this case it seems to tivation. All o won unprotra. lerius tnrmt'lor sale. ( s Sous dozen years or so ago, the re publicans in their National platform pledged themselves to a reduction In J. J. BELDEN, 'A -- vv na&R j . Stock , for Sale. Merchandise MEET. -- ,'. Al-- sniis-"c,or- pay. May. of tho Som erset Journal, said something when he remarked that Editor Bell, of tho Har- rodsburg Republican, has more egotism than forco. A pretty good school teacher was spoiled when Mr. Belt assayed the role of politician and editor. Liko the monkey climbing tho pole, he makes the disclosure the higher he tries to climb. Editor Woodson Htnnforit, Ky., It. K. t). No. it. PUBLIC RENTING! Tim A.n.nhrlitnnn fnrm of W) ncres. lying one mllo Knit of Morelnnd. Lincoln county, will be rented to mo nignesi owner on HATUKDAY. MBIT. 4th, . nbout? r. .. In front of llunn A I'olfer'i ftore, .Morelnnu. rwemymo ncren iur whent nml eight for corn, balance In grow. Improvements rckmi. . .. ,.,-.- Huitoin I lie, Aug. SO. lt"9. A.ti.Ubrliinnn. Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. R r of disgruntled democrats, who had been turned down for office and a swarm of republicans bent on using them for their own advantage, nominated a ticket at Lexington Saturday, headed by Circuit Judge Parker, the present incumbent, and an officeholder 25 years by the votes of democrats. Ho accepted the nomination and thereby for Commonwealth's Attorney. burned his political bridges behind him, Secretary of State P. C. Knox has lost the respect of decent people and accepted conditionally the invitation of showed that his boasted democracy was Deep Waterway the for office only. Dan Scott, another Association to join President Taft in democrat who flew the track the river trip from St. Louis to New when he saw he was beaten, was nomiOrleans. nated for sheriff. This was all the boltWe hear that Mr. R. S. Brown, the ing democrats got, besides conturtely republican nominee for sheriff, declinwho are in posiand contempt. Those Messrs. ed to accept the nomination. tion to judge, say the ticket will cut Alex Layton and Allie F. Sanders have little figure and that the admirable been nominated for sheriff, on the Re ticket of democratic nominees will be publican ticket, but wo cannot believe elected by big majorities. Judgo Bulthat they will continue in the race, lock, who heads the democratic ticket, after seeing the situation. Lancaster is the great unbeaten and his splendid Record. administration of the county's affairs Congressman Ollie James will repre entitles him to another enthusiastic ensent William Jennings Bryan at the dorsement, which, it Is predicted, he called meotlng to take place at Albany, will receive. N. Y September 4, to further the Gov. Willson told the bankers in adoption of a Federal income tax law. session at Detroit how he had put down Mr. Bryan in a letter to the promoters night riding. We gave the governor suggests a form of permanent organicredit for his good intentions, but he zation and that it be called the Income is fooling himself. He spent some- Tax League of the State of New York. thing like 200,000 in galloping the sol- Augustus Thomas, the playwright, will diers around the State, but only the be elected president of the league. success of the pool stopped the night Rather than face arrest on the charge riding. Night riders have got Gov. of killing his neighbor. Jeff Brady, Willson'8 soldiers beat a block when they wanted at Clayton, Ga., for the alleged want to do anything devilish, and we murder of George Wilborn, blew out say this more in regret than in boast. his brains with a shotgun. m m report that J. C. S. Blackburn Tub Miss Blanche Burns, of Parkersburg, has resigned as governor of Panama is W. Vs., had her neck broken in an automobile wreck near Pine Beach, Va. 4f a very weak invention. The who it holding a fat job under a repub- The machine ran over a emlican administration for favors render- bankment. ed, is of the class of officeholders of Saturday, Sept. 25th. is the last whom it is Bald few die and none resign. Besides having eaten of the flesh pots day for filing turnpike, miscellaneous, of office so long it has become second and merchants' claims against Lincola George B. Cooper, County nature with old Jo, who is going to county. hold on to that $12,000 job till the last Clerk. day in the evening. An aged yellow Jersey cow. free discovering that his milker but with one blind teat, left inv AN Ohio man on place Tuesday Aug. 3. Please notify wife was a Negro, brought stilt for di- N. W. Fowle, Rowland, Ky. living with her eight years vorce, after and having several children. If it took Lee Halt, formerly of Somersot but him so long to make the discovery, ho now of Lexington, was married last ought to be made to stick to hi bar week to Miss Mary McCullouph. of gain. Besides what difference does it Springfield, O. m make (o an Ohioan anyway 7 A Negro TaYCC ThA tnv liAnli fnm lOV. .A man, if not bet- now ready. Come In and get yojir reU as good as a white ceipt. T.J. Hill, sheriff. ter, Irv that State. Lakes-to-the-Gu- lf 15-fo- 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 lHnk'r In nnd Manufacturer of. Brvan day" for Oct, 30. when the lamest crowd at the exposition is ex Marblo and Cranito Monu pected. Wonderful indeed is the hold Marker nnd Pntti. f'emeterv nnd f JIW n of the Nebraskan on tho people. Vnsesand hettees. Offlco nnd works, Mc Klnney, Ky. Latham, tho French aviator, flew 95 miles in two hours and nine seconds, 1 making a new record. The day seems fast approaching when we shall hear "all aboard for the airship," as often nnd wanting to l Owing to as "all aboard the cars I" nwny from home some thin uniiuer. I tm Dlx ItUer to rent my decided water Holler Editor Beckham continues to bela power, Mills, driven hy Mill Innnd s teitin (lood locution. bor Editor Watterson even after he has condition. V. It TUAYLOIl. tucked talo and run away to a foreign it. K. I). No. 4, Htnnforil, Ky. showing that a man by run shore, thus ning away can not escape the conse quences of sin. Iatng suffered considerable nnnoynnce POLITICAL. nnd damage from oullnwi. In breaking gate latches nnd tearing down und destroying William H. Dick has been appointed my gates, on the county road Mint runs through my furm, I line concluded toolter postmaster at Pointer, Pulaski county. n regard lor information leading to the such State Senator George Wilhelmi has conviction of give theperson or persons. I sum of .vi for Inforwill therefore been appointed postmaster at Newport mation lending to the nrrest nnd conviction of ny party or parties, that have, broken to succeed John H. Meyer. tho latches on any of my gates.or that hnve sawed Laurel county democrats met at on the down or torn down any of my gates county rond which runs from the the HustoiiTlllH turnpike to the Mllledgevllle London Saturday but postponed turnpike, through my farm; and I will give naming, of a ticket for county officers the Milne amount for information lending to the nrrest and conv Ictlon of nny jmrty or until a late dater. parties w ho In the future commit any of the At the Democratic Judicial Conven ulmve offenses. Witness my bnnd this loth day of August, tion at Campton, Wolfe county, D. B lirj. T.J. HILL, Hit. Redwine, of Jackson, was nominated for Circuit Judge and Thos. Johnson Harry Jacobs, ments, MILL FOR RENT tlrst-clas- Our especial effort Is caring for those things the boys and young men wear. If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS,.al-way- s come to us and you can find them. Young SSA AftL UttEnL. H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. DRIPPING SPRINGS. P. O. Cub Orcturd, Ky Is now open for the seaton. Write to Hpears E32S33333S2QSegGSS3SI G. I- -. IVnny ... H. C'ofJov K. il. Coleman REWARD. Flatter, Manager, for folder. Small Farm For Sale I FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. Tirvnim TuIcuiu Powilere, Sjwiijm, . I desire to sell privately my farm of ST acres, In Lincoln count), seven miles from Stanford and two miles from Ma) wood, on J good rond ', tulle from pike, In good neighborhood, close to church, rurnl route and '. fjind nil very pro- 5mjJ mile from ductive, farm In grass, balance In cultl vallon;all under good fence. Comfortable house of six rooms; new barn and nil olhej outbuildings. Abundance ol tine water and J fruit of nil kinds. J.T. 1.1 ISKHTON. 1 It. K. I). No. I, Htanford, Ky Qj Hath Hruhf, Toilet nnd Hath Soaps JO PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITT, 1 1 AND KSI'KCIALLY Our Ice. Cold Soda Two Small Farms for Sale I cultivation; rulsed l.an pounds tobacco nnd 1.1 bushels win at per ncru on It last year. of with I'ri.. ixiL Heeond tractfoot ISM ncrei linrn, tobacco tenant house, M well watered, 31 acres under new fence, lino timber, 15 acres well cleared, m. line corn anu tobacco land, 8 miles Houth of htanford on Homer-se- t pike. Tract No. 1 Is on pike; No. I Is I mile from Dike on county load. Address or see meal htanford, Ky. Jl.O. llKltHY. nil-tutt- One containing 21 acres, good 0 room d welling. Kood stock barn und outbuildings, ull under good fence nnd every field well watered; lucre In young orchayd, S years old! 1 acres In grass; all In gftfHl statu of KnrDQdayi.tn order to ch'iin up on Druggets, l'artets. Hugs, Ktc Will 10 per cent, rtductlou. Ilii.etome rare bargains 111 millinery. Home big Imrgnlns In close outs In wall paper Nice selection of framed pictures. Now Ii )ojr time to buy it liandkouiu innntlH mirror Call and see them. Choice selection of rocVers (lood line of IhhIs, metal ami wood, metal and wood folding Ih'.Is, cribs, cots, mattress es, springs, munches, lluvenports, chairs, suit cases, grips, trunks, exteimlon tables, centre tnbles, medicine calilnets, glass, sash, doors, Ac. Callnnd seeus Well equipped slock of funeral supplies. Herv Ice night or day. O. II. PHl'ITT. Moreland, Ky. glvu Moreland, Kentucky, t Water with Jcrcy Cream ami Kino Fruit Flavor. t PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. SBBSBH2B28iBEB3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combinei Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. I. S. Hocker, President:, S. T. Harris, John . McKoberti, Cashier; II. C. Daughman, Aisl. Cash'r W.W.Saumlers. Bookkeeper. t; Farm for Sale Dinwiddie On Dnniillo A Iluttonvllle pike of SW acres In Lincoln county, Ky y nine irom jiore-lanThis farm Is well improved, uood well and cistern and abundance of stock water springs. Most furnished from never-iauin- g of fnrm In grass. I desire to sell this farm in the next coda) s, together with the stockand crop, the stock consisting of Jl highurea jennets, s jiicks, bii ages, w oruwi inarm. 4 registered: 1 reulstered stallion: S3 acres of corn; 15 or a) stacks of hay; fanning Implements of evcrydescrtpllon. 1 will sell the whole outfit or any part of the stock & up-to-date Co., tne time to maku a sale of my stock. Also mules from work mules down have to olts. Vnu will have to see this farm to aDore elate the locution and the many ad vantages of this farm. Any person from it distance desiring to see this farm can come to More-lauLincoln county, Ky., on the Queen A Orescent route, this farm being only about y, mile from station. 11. U. KINU, Morelana, Ky. ana i i sun me mini whuoui me siock, i must sell not later than CO days so us to give Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line d, of goods. DIRECTORS. J, H. Uaugbman, F. Held, M. D. Elmore, J. M. Feltut, II. C. Ilaughman, . V. Cummins, S, T, Harris, no. C. Robinson, , S. Hocker, YV. D. O'Dannon C.IK. Tate. PUBLIC SALE irnt.lnir ftntfl Itlv fnrm. will uell tn the highest ami best bidder, at my farm, mile North of MctJreary. on the I.an- custer and lluckeye turnpike on WKDNKHllAY.HKlT.tt. 1KJ0 at 10 o'clock a. M. the following personul provrty! one a year out launiy uorsu; i live year old saddle mure; I good family maru.u years old, that has proven to be u gocxl itiulu mure; I nice two year old burness inure; 1 two year old horse; 2 yearling horses; suckling coltttt work mules from two to tlireoM'ursold.i good yearling Jacks; 1 good six jenr old Jennet Willi colt ty foal: her sidy. 1 six rear old lennet Inlck I three year old Jennet In foul: t two year old Jen nets; a jersey cow s ami can es : z mint cow s : ldry cow;u good short yearling steers; 1 Jersey bull; 100 hurrels of new com: also household and kitchen furniture und farming Implements, THltMHi All sums of lOdollars or under. cash; nil sums orvr 1U dollars, the purchaser to give note with good securty, said note tobudue January ill, 1.10. und to beLr Interest at the rate of six per cent, pur annum from maturity till paid, and to be negotiable nnd payable ut the Uarrard Hank Jt Trust Co., of lAticustcr, Ky. I one-half 1 Stop That Cold To cbsck early colds or Grippe with "Proven tin" means sure dsfeat for I'nsumonla. To stop a cold with Pnventlcs Is safsr than to 1st It run and bs obliged to euro It afterwards. To be sure. will euro sreu a deeply seated cold, but Ukon early at tbs snset stage they break, or head on these early colds. That's surtlr Uttsr. That's why they aro railed Prsventlro. Pnvuitlrssro llttto Usady Cold Cures. No Quinine, no physic, nothing slckenlor. Mies for the children and thoroughly safe too. if you fesl chilly. If you sneus.lfyoa ache all over, think of Proveattcs. Promptness uav also save halt your usual sickness. And don't forget your child. It then Is feverlshness. nlghtordsy. Heroin probably lies Preventlcs' greatest efficiency. Bold In 6o boxes (or the pocket, also In 'It boxes ol U Preventlcs. Insist on your druggists giving you Big Line of Chattanooga Plows, The Best Made. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. L!- '- Prcvcntics PENNY'S J, W.HILL. MUG STORE. -- r,rt.rn.i..,,.. ...- - ... -.- .Jj-y . ty. ioi '..., ,.,..,,.., -., i. ,f,- - !.,,'. i TJjJjm ii nft-- r.ii. Ti" 1 '' u. ;,,, rt:tfkf'm-rt- ' - qv-- -- yspoijyr mmr 3 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. v SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kv., & SON. J. J. j STANEORD KY. T. or Pence, - Aim. Ill, 1901) Spkciai, Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will unit on Saturdays and Sunday only l'enny's Drug Store. fi cents straight, PERSONALS. Mn. Will Seveiiancb buying goods. Is In the city Mr. John Lutes attended tho Ion-do- n fair Friday, Mr. 1. II. Cormnry spent several days In London. G. L. 1'enny was In Loulsvillo last week on business. iinurinii Mpwi Awn U back from a visit to Mercer county relatives. Geo. D. Florence was In Ixwisvlllo Friday and Saturday on business. Mr. Orlanii Ueck. of Waco, Mad-iso- n county, is hero with thohomefolks. Mrs. W. R. NICE, of Louisville, was tho guest of Mrs. Susan II. Ycager. Mrs. James Mersiion, of Lebanon Junction, is with tho homefolks hero. Miss Rita Mattinoly, of Lebanon, spent several, days with Miss Nancy Miss Rachel Allison went to Lexington yesterday. Hon. W. II. Shanks is in tho mountains on business. loo Perry Is back from a visit to Richmond relatives. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and children aro with her parents in Casey. Miss Mary Poiitman Is with Mrs. James Houso at Lancaster. MR. T. W. Humm.e spent soveral dsys with Perryvllle friends. Miss Prill Newiiurn, of Hustonville, visited Miss Frances Adams. MR. II. C. Rui'LEY visited his daughter, Mrs. R. R. Hourigan, In Marion. Mr. A. M. Warren, of Ixulsville, spent Sunday with tho homefolks here. Mr. II. 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- Good Frazlcr cart for sale. Bcldcn Stanford. I'UREcanncI coal at &Cok. Try a loud. m Leave your order for Swift's Globe Fertilizers with E. Stanford. J. II. Baughman For Sale. tobac- ' L. II. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtin Let co. mo insure your barn nnd W. A. Tribble, Stanford. A splendid building lot on Logan Avenue, next to Mr. D. M. An derson's. Mrs. Nancy Logan. Phone No. 188 when ,you want tin ning and plumbing done. W. K. War ner. Olympian Springs water at Shu gars & Tanner's. They arc solo agents for it. - Mrs. Hattio Bishop, who has been ill for some time, died at her homo nt Hustonvillo Sunday night, aged about C5 years. Bishop LESS THAN COST. This U no drenm, but n eteru reality. "We have n few Oxfords left in Tans, Vicis, Patents, Oxblootls, Etc., in this goods. Latest styles, etc. They must go regardless of cost. sea-eon- 's Get Fire broke Wm Wnrrdn out tn homo of Mr. Wnffir Wnrtra !frnof at the t .. The C. W. B. M. will have a meet ing in the lecture room of tho Christian goods. Miss Mary Burch left yesterday for church Wednesday afternoon nt tho Stanton, Va., to teach in the school usual hour. All members nro request for the deaf. ed to be present prepared to pay their Miss Nannie Herrino, after a visit dues. to Miss Mary Mobley, returned to her homo in Garrard. Chas. D. Weuii, city editor of the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Feeny. of Lex- Bourbon News, who used to hold a ington, visited her brothers, Messrs. J. "sit" on this paper, is a candidate for ..Yeager. S. and T. A. Rico. Walter and Alllo Miss Esther Burch left yesterday city judge of Paris. There is ono thing Misses Kathleen Yantls. of Lancaster, were with rela- for Red Springs, N- - C., where she will at least in his favor. Ho will givo weight to the ofllce, as hu weighs some teach another year. tives hero. Mr. J.T. Daniels, of Abilene. Tex-i- thing less than a ton. Miss Sadie Hauciiman, of tho West spent a few days with his old friend, Knd, spent several days with tho Misses Mr. J. T. Carson writes from Loba Mr. Cicero Reynolds. Raughman. ,f Tnmpa, Fin., ho can beat Sam Owens' big T. II. Sutton, of Hubble, is Is Mrs.guest ofGallib, of Mesdames T. non that leaf. His tenant found three Mrs. Sallie her aunts, the tobacco Smith in P. Iliirand Julia Martin. with Mr. and Mrs. John Lynn leaves which measured 55 inches and he the Cast Knd. Mrs. W. S. Lawwell and little leaves as in which Jr., of daughter, Marjone, of Danville, ore has a fieldtobacco stickmany feet, two Mrs. Cuarles J. Kitchen. four long as a o with Mrs P. M. Mcuouona. Ashland, is with her mothor, Mrs. Mr. W. 0. Hopper will go to Mt. inches can be found. Next. Engleman. his Storllnir this week Morris, of school which begins to look after Reunion. There will be a reunion of Mr. anij Mrs. Mason Monday. Mujkogcc, Okla , are visiting relatives Miss Jessie D. Cooke, who has been the Blue and Gray at tho campgrounds with relatives here, left Sunday morn- one milu East of Kings Mountain on at Crab Orchard. Sept. 15, 10 and 17. Good speakers will Dr. J. T. Hoiion, of Lincoln county, ing for her homo in Nashville. Misses Lucy and Clara Benton, of be on hand and amusement of various is visiting relatives hero this with Miss Winchester, who have been grounds. Herald. Writo to Myrtle Barker, returned home yester kinds will be on the Mit8. W. G. Withers and son, PowII. C. Leach, H. Sweeney and J. T. day. ell, are at Lexington with tho family Dn. W. Harry hiogins, of the Miller, committee, for full particulars. Kev-- C. Powell. E. of Johns Hopkins University faculty, is Farmers Show. At Q. R. Jones' Mrs. Ernest Warren has returned spending n month with his parents beautiful park just below Yosemite, in homo at Mlddlesboro oftcr a vis- here. to her Miss Doli.ie Wilcher, who has had Casey county, on Saturday, Sept. 18, a it to her parents hero. typhoid fever, is able to come to town held. Stock of Hon. J. N. Saunders and little Miss to spend n few day with Miss Sara farmers' show will be all kinds will bo exhibited and farm Sophio Saunders visited relatives in Hundley. will be V liullttt county last week. Mrs. J R. Freeman, Miss Bessie products will be displayed. It your Mrs. Tom W. Goocii, of tho West Spoonamore and brothers Elijah, Sam an excellent placo to dispose of the mule colts. Write Q R. Jones, Yose is visiting her daughter, Mrs. T. und Walter Spoonamore, attended End. London fair last week. mite, for particulars. II. Droz, at Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Eddleman and Miss Pattte Mrs. J. W. Bryant, of Richmond, Moores, of Louisville, and Miss Ella At Turncrsville church Sunday night was the guest of her sisters, Mesdames Harnette, of Hustonville, aruthuguests a fellow who had taken aboard too o( Mm Blanche Vir.Dcvccr. Heaztoy. J. A. Walter and Kathryn much "cream of hops" or uume oth Mesdames II. L. Wallace, of GarMr. Joe McAuster Smith, tho nged of Lexington, er decoction of beer, stretched himself ond W. John Lynn and Jas. rard, have beenII. Denton, Adelia Woods, out on a scat und went to sleep. Rev, father of Messrs. with Mrs. who SmiUi. of tho East End, is quito ill. returned to their homes yesterday. D. M. Walker, who was holding the Cait. Thos. , ELKIN, of Garrard, Mr. and Mrs. Sam II. Fulkerson meeting, had better eyesight ond pro Goodwin Elkin, have returned from an extended trip grand-sonbrought his bably more grit than the church doa over Friday to tako tho train for Atlan- through tho West and Northwest. They cons and ciders and asked him to go out, visited tho exposition at Seattle. ta, Ga. He refused to vacate and tho preacher News Record. , of Preach-ersvillMiss Fannie Tiiomi-sonMrs. Sankord M. Allen and littlo had to use some force in ejecting him is tho guest of her cousins, daughters, Margaret Woods and Eliza' The young man might not have intend Mt. bcth Bush Allen, after a month s stay Misses Susio and Alia Thompson. ed to disturb religious worship but he with the former's parents, Mr. and Vernon Signal. Mrs. E. P. Woods, returned to Millers. did so and ho committed a grave of Misses Cecilia and Dorothy Krill, burg yesterday. fens'o when ho did. who have been visiting Mr. Fred Ilau- Mr. C. E. Tate and family havo been family, returned to A grand picnic at Moreland by the mann Jr.. and at Crab Orchard tor several weeKS, They aro occupying tho homo of Mrs, Modern Woodmen of America on Wed' Louisville Friday. daugh Messrs. W. 13. McKinney, of this S. E. Brooks while she and her visiting nesday, Sept. Sth. Exercises before Mollio Brooks, are noon will consist of pig race, apple nlace. and R. A. Llpps, of Hustonville, tcr, Miss Messrs. James and John Brooks in Calbiting, sack race, etc. Afternoon tt.nHl th Millers' Convention at ifornia. l.prlnptnn lait week. grand parade, team drill and addresses by Stato Deputy DcIIart, of Louisville, LOCALS. Mrs. C. M. Henry and sons, Owsley and C. A. Atkinson, of Chicago. Cake and Ed, of Chicago, are with her fath- City Taxes. Your city taxes for walk and ball game, after which the er, Mr. Stephen Owsley, and family, 1900 are duo. Please call and settle. peoplo will enjoy an elegant Ice cream in tho Hubble section. B. D. Carter, collector. supper at M. W. A. Hall. Class adop Miss Ellen Ballou, of Stanford, tho past week, tho has been bero for China makes hand- tion at night. Music for the day by the guest of the family of J. M. Richard- - some and appropriate wedding presents. Middleburg band. Committee: Arthur Myers, J. K. Helm, Walter Spears. W. an. Somerset Times. Sco Mrs. Catherine McClary. D. Hutchison and J. H. Minks. Mrs. J. G. Ballou returned to her I have one McCormlck mower and homo at Gruytown, 0., Sunday, after a Hon. Harvey Helm, of Stanford, to Mr. Win. Beck and family. onohay rake will sell cheap, rather visit Congressman from the Eighth Ken returned home than to carry over. E. T. Pence. 2t. Miss Savannah Beck - m mm en route tucky district, was here with her. Little Personals. Born, to the E. W. Gibson, who will teach wife of George Rankin, a boy; to the home from tho Shelby County Fair. Prof. in the high school of the Stanford wife of P. Long, a daughter, and to the Mr. Helm said that even the machinaGraded School this year, has arrived wife of Thomas Plummer, a daughter. tions of the wicked at Washington couldn't kill the prosperity in "God's and is getting acquainted with tho . pupils and patrons. Please do not ask us for credit on country ;'Xhat tho crops and tho sights Miss Lilue Martin, of Lincoln, was school books which aro Bold at State at tho county fairs in his district were visiting friends here last week, and contract prices and are not our books. as cheering as tho faces of the cheerful and happy people. Miss Sabra Dawes returned homo with Lyne Bros., druggists, Crab Orchard, Asked if ho wanted to go back to her, driving through in a carriage-Somer- set book depository. .m Washington after his present term, Mr. Republican. The Juvenile Fair at Stanford fair Helm said that he certainly did, and Miss Maude Carter entertained promises to bo an inter- would certainly be a candidate for reThursday afternoon in honor of her grounds guest, Miss Nell LaGrange, of Frank- esting event. Tho children havo been election; but that he would rather not tho success of the en- talk about tho matter till tho democratlin, Ind. A number of her friends wcro working hard for present and enjoyed hugely a few hours terprise und wo trust their efforts will ic ticket in Louisville and that in every well rewarded. Go and help thu littlo county in Kentucky wcro safe in port ut tho hospitable home. fellows and at tho same time see how at tho close of tho coining November Mrs. Geo. G. Perry, of Stanford, visited friends here last week. Mr. they can conduct u fair. All of the election. He belieyes that the State and Mrs. W. II. Shanks of Stanford, cakes, pies, jellies, melons, etc., exhib- democracy, if it is to have a future, Is Mrs. ited will bo eaten on the grounds. Bet- as much interested in the result in Louare with Mrs. T. E. Baldwin. Albert Severance, of Stanford, has ter bo on hand and get your share. isville this fall as are Louisvlllians been visiting her father, Dr. M. 0. themselves, Admission, adults 15c; children 10c. Louisville Times. Heath- .- Richmond Register. Misse3 Frances and Daisy VanDe- VEER aro in Nashvillu buying millinery n, An-niweck.-Harrodsburg Hand-painted tives. Friday, but was extinguished before np any damage was done. A defective flue THOM.AS J. Burleson has been pointed postmaster at Wnynesburg to wan me cause. succeed Taylor Wesley, resigned. A . daughter of J. II. cot- Horned, who lives on Mr. E P. Woods' For Sale. Beautiful tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- farm, died and was buried Saturday. gan avenue. Prico and terms to suit This is the second child Mr. Harncd has purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. lost in two months. mum five-roo- $3 50 Oxford 3 00 50 2 50 2 00 I Oxford Oxford Oxford Oxford $2 25 2 00 1 75 I 50 1 00, Etc. Rev. A. V. Sizemore, who was pastor of the Baptist church here a number of years ago, is dead in Louisville, where he went for treatment. He was holding a pastorate at Bardstown when he became III. Our Fall goods nro beginning to come in anil we do no, intend to carry goods over. We had rather take our I06S now than to carry to next season. Our loss is your gain. Come to Don't seo us and we will convince you that we mean business. forget that we arc still offering Summer goods at tremendous cuts. At tho Boys' Fair at 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 tho best boy rider. Miss Rorerta O'Bannon has resigned 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 trustees will elect her successor in the next few days, as school will begin next Monday morning. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. IS Oliver Plows, Disc Harrows and the Superior Grain Drill are three im- Cal Padgett, of about 23, was Waynesburg, aged brought here by Messrs. T. S Reynolds, W. U. Johnson and W. H. Singleton Saturday for trial on n writ of lunacy. He was ordered to the Lakeland Asylum. Padgett is u son of Zack Padgett and has been in bad shape mentally for some time. Summer Sale of Wall Papers. Greatest reduction ever made in wall papers. Extra good quality of stylish papers, per roll as low as 3c. Don't fail to see the greatest assortment before 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. Wo have q lot of high standard paints that we aro closing out at cost. A. E. Gibbons, Main street, Danville, Ky. portant articles necessary in raising your wheat crop. We have them all ready for you. You will make no mistake in buying this line. Call on us when we can serve you. W. H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. ! Liberty FAiR.-G- ood crowds attended 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 premiums. 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 ablo to declare a good dividend. Editor 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 many years in Lincoln county, where he is known and respected by ail. Notwithstanding 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 in his effort to best his republican opponent. The office he seeks is now being held by a democrat and it is but fitting that it should be turned over to another Keniiqmnn ui wmi puimcm uenet. xne more our Pulaski friends see of Mr. Vanhook the better they will like him and it would not surprise us to hear after Jan. 1st. that couples wanting marriage licenses will call on him for them. So mote it be. The Waynesburg Deposit Bank (INCORPORATED.) 8 Waynesburg, Lincoln County, Ky. Hack of all Industry and enterprise stands finance; always ready and willing to encourage anything worthy that will advance tho interest of the community; but drst of all Individual thrift and Industry, the loyal support of homo banks by home people. Every dollar you save and deposit in our bank Is not only advancing your welfare, 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 Olllcers and Direct or ato of this Bank is made up of men who aro individually successful and collec tively auio to safeguard your interests. G. Gooch, President; M. K. Wheeldon, Vice OFr'ICEUSi-- L. President; James A. Hays, Vico President; Stanley Mcintosh, Cashier. DIRECTOHS: Dr. J. W. Acton, C. C. Gooch, Dr. A. K. Caldwoll, It. Curtis, L. G. Gooch, James A Hays, G. W. Le&ch, H. II. Singleton, J. W. Wheeldon, M. E. Wheeldon. ... i? ... ... iM44Mf4M'444f4M(tMr(W( JsJlsSss' hA'iSHAXjlSl PPf 10V to-d- well-dresse- d, PUBLIC SALE ! y wukoiii, Jljuy inline., mowing niucliliirn.J buy rultv., S corn iiluiutri. S turning plow., Hulking ctiltHufori, 1 rlillng cuitUntor, I Wvl roller, elder mill, good u new, x corn cutter, I Frailer curt, I uuckuouru.uiowrKciiruiiu oiuvr iuiiiki too Trriui made known iniineiuin to mention. 10 ou day o( tale. Huluut a.m. iliurp. JAMKH MKHHKIt.Htuuford, Ky, Col, J, l. Utmndkr, Auct. 1 torillDOfcoof ft lot of itoclc Iliivllitf uml iuriulug Implviiunu, I will on H Tl' UDAY, HKl'T. 3, 1WU, it tho J. II. 1'itxton fnrm, I mile from Htiin- fora.ouetniiiorUtt wuou til.lclc pike, HI tuu fotlnKliu; lRTfeonitltY. Kliu or .Ik inulin, 1 s.yeur-ok- l wurlt mule., 2 buy mirkc, uruKv, i ueuiio pony, i yvurmitc llll'v, 3 enrllnic Jer.vy bvifvr.. 1 yearllDic ivnnut. 1 auuil hull. 1 Jer.t'V iow.1 4'Yt'ttr-ok- l Jeunt with JhcIc colt lit tide. Ttirt'tf farm 42 jffy want the Best Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by If you E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. jMBie.saefi ' m&iM.jm&4mv, H Ai.tmki tn s-. angfcr 'mm liMn n u0M k irLJmfj J t L. &N.TIWETKBLE For Sale. 200 good stock ewes. A. W. Carpenter, Moroland. at Stanford M Let J. 3. Marphy. the McKlnney ntnHn the Pod-Qmiller, do your custom grinding. .vnd'dau mntttr. Pure seed Winter Turf oats for sale. J. M. Reynolds, Wayncsburg, Ky. J. S. Murphy, the McKlnney miller, No. II, Mouth, II ! P. M. has just received a fresh car load of No.SI.HOUlll, ll:IM A M, No.4, North, 4S40 A. M. salt. No, , North, 5:H r. M. No. n, 10:17 A. M. Take your wheat and corn to J. S. No.W,J:Wr. x. Murphy, the McKlnney miller. High The Interior Journal. FARMER'S DKPARTMIWT. JOS. 8. WICE, Agent. Surgeon Dentist, est market prices. Mrs. Mcrritt has sold her farm of 100 acres, a portion of the Camp Dick Robinson tract, at $135. For Sale. -- A nice gentle family horse, seven years old, nlso a good sad die horse. E. H. Ballard. Harris & Woods got eight blue and seven red tics out of 11 shows of their mules at the Springfield fair. Alva Carpenter, of the West End, b)ught of J. W. Carson his farm of 0 acres near Turnersville at $S0. Several million pounds of Ourlcy to bacco were raised in Campbell county this year nnd will bo put on the pool. For Sale. About 50 tons of good timothy hay in stack; will have bated as soon as can sell. G. V. Conn, Lancaster, Ky.. R. F. D. No. 1. There left my place about Aug. 1, a black sow shoat weighing 10 pounds. Any information thankfully received. Mrs. Lila Hasty, Crab Orchard. Estray. A black Berkshire sow and seven shoats, weighing about 40 pounds, left ray place about three weeks ago. Reward. R. C. Nunnclley, Turners A. S. PRICE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office over McRobcrta' Drug Store in the 0 wslcy Building. "A little mora than 40 years ago, when the Negro was made free, he had almost no acres of land; now he has an acreage nearly as large as New Bng land. Then he had almost no homes; now he has 400,000 homes. Then he had few farms; now he has 200,000 farms. Then he had no Insurance companies; now ho has 85. Then ho had no undertakers; now he has several thousand. When the American Negro was made free, about 3 per cent, could read nnd write; now 67 per cent, can both read and write. Then he had few churches; now he has 26,000 churches." Booker T. Washington. Charles F. Libby, of Portland, Me., was elected president of tho American George Whitlock, of Bar Association. Baltimore, was made secretary, and Fred E. Williams, of Albany, N. Y., O Believing that the people of Kentucky .will be interested in the organization of the Citizens FARM FOR SALE I The farm of lioncn-n- . of Rood Mao urim Innd, lying one mile North of McKlnney ,on the Htnnfonl pike. ImnroTriiienti nnd fencing good; plenty of w liter mill fruit. Alto is.1 ncrea of timbered lnnI one mllo Knit of McKlnney; Imlf under fences plenty of water nnd good tobneco Innd. 8eo grow. nr.rtnn. J, A. OIVKNH, ARent, McKlnney, Ky. ' treasurer. Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tnblcts. Seo full formula on 2fc box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. National life 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 arc the amounts of subscriptions for each week; FOR SALE I When Ordering Clothes menaure tnken ly tnllorof experience. Then your clothes, hethern low price bustneas ault or the finest evening clothes, will have thnt Indlvldunllty nnd lit which plnlnly lndlcnto they were made to your measure. I will nlso tnke your meia are for extra trousera, fnncy eW. top rontl'ond overcoat. Hpring and Hummer samples on hnnd rendy for your Inspection. II. O. UUl'LEV.The Tnilor, Stanford, Ky. Jlntejour Hlock Drv flood,. Notions, flrocrrtos, HiiulMin, Tlnnrc, Ao.j about f,u). Doing fair business. Liberal terms. (i. II. HAHltlH.rrnb Orchard, Ky. NOTICEI Tho.e lmvlng clnlma ngitlnst the e.tnte of Mrs, Mlnerxn Cobb will pleu.o proem them properly proven to me by Aug. su. lav. HtciiAHl) Conn, Kx'or., Danville, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the heat, as well as thefrt'shestofcut doners, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted (lowers, on snori notice. Also make n speclnltyof wreaths for for funernl purposes. In connection nltn tlienbore, I havo nil kinds of vegetables on hnnd nt rentonnblo prices, C1UU8TMAN (IIIKKN H0UHE8. Kll llUIIll MU, l'BOR. Htanford, Ky. fnsurts Tobacco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insuranco. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, SO: STANFORD, KY. Residence. I'hone Otllce, K. lusure with mo and be fully protected. ft??tM&Uaj PUY?MJH -- . ferX ville. 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. Notifly T. J. Gross, Crab Orchard. Cattle Men! I have 200 acres of fine pasture, 2J miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at 75c per head per month. G. Y. Conn, Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Flaxseed fed carefully will keep the colt's coat in fine condition, bowels free, and will promote nn even development to the muscles of the legs and the whole body. Farmers Home Journal. Deep red muly heifer, weight about 70) pounds, came to my place, Aug. 7. Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep. W. C Alford, Waynesburg, Ky R. F. D. No. 2. Millers of the country, who use patent devices for bleaching flour by means B. D. CARTER, Now Livorv Depot Stroot, Phono 06. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Farm forRentfor 1910. Knrm contains ISO acres. Ilrlck home of rooms, burns, cribs nml all outbuilding and Hue sprliiB;ai acres of Iwttom Innd; CI acres upland, bnlnncv In grass and timber. Heedln rights this Kail. Would like to rent before Sept. IS. Call on Mill. HW.I.IK J. 1VXN1.NOTOX, 7 First Week, August 2nd, $106,960.00. Total Second Week, August 9th, I .- H. K. I). No. 1. Mtutiford, Ky. $200,240.00. Total Third Week, August 16th, Total Fourth Week, August 23rd, -' I SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- - I urn prepared todo all kinds of surveying anil clWl englnccrliiK promptly. .My work will le guaranteed nnd my prices are rea- ftonnble. WrllH liiA nt MrKlnnev np ,nll iiim oer the telepliono through the llustonrllte EjXcnniiKe. $345,000.00. M'AtrKU MCKINNKV. HIDES-FU- RS Fcalb:r;, TaI!o.v,Becr.tax, Cicstnn. Go'JcnSssl.iYcliowRooO.etc We areDcnlirs.asdcsnco bctlcrforyou iSsn Metti or commutica merchscii. Refer nee, Aiy Bank in Louisville. Vr.le for weekly pnee list and ship. pis; lag', welurnuh uool bags free. ni.SAQCL&SONS, I taTABllftHID IN te8 220 E. Market S. LOUISVILLE, KY. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHOINY of nitrogen peroxide, have begun the collection of a fund of $50,000 to be used in fighting the government in defense of millers who may be prosecuted for selling bleached flour. J. D. Each & Son did well with their fine stallion, Black Joe, nt the London fair. They got second money with him in the ring for the best saddler, either sex: first in the best saddle stallion or gelding ring and second in the sweepstake saddle ring. They refused an oiler of $S00 for the fine felthree-year-old Thi McKlnnty Wooltn Mills, McKlnney, Ky. Is now In operation and la ready to UTe the nubile In making Jeans, Limeys, lllankets. Flannels, Yarns, Ktc. will either work wool or exchange kooUs for It. Highest market price for wool. C.U. witmilT. I'ror. S469.460.00. Total Fifth Week, August 30, $601,700.00. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED. FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON W. II. GKKOOKV, HTANKOltl) I.NTKItfOlt JOfltXAI. CONCRETING Wo are In position to do nil kinds of confirst-clas- Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Life, Live Stock, Health Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without creting, such as lllock Work, I'areinents and. In fact, we can make any thing from r bouse down to a fence ot. Wo can ere s guarantee mare, Sallie Brook, has shown in you promptly and Uall nnd get our prices work nnd materlnl. Ave fairs and won eight before you buy your mutvrlal at least. her class at blue ties, never being defeated. Sallie Brook is by Ashland Brook, Harris & Woods' splendid stallion. Mr. Dudderar Stanford, Ky. 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 end control the bequest given to Lancaster Graded School, by the late Lewis Y. Leav-el- l, purchased "C6 acres of land from Dr. W. M. Elliott for $115 per acre nnd 17S acres from B. F. Hudson for $110 per acre. Lancaster Record. low. Col. Huff Dudderar's great ANGE COMPANY. Loi'isviixi:, Ky.: Plcnse enl me full information at Name AdilrcM to the CITI.KN'S NATIONAL LIFE INSUR PHILLIPS BROS., Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus. Resources, $50,000.00 4O.000.O0 ffil-7- 5 Hon p I 19, r. R to Iouiuville 340,000.00 J,L.Beazley&Co., CJfcfcttvJK4J LbbmPrLsSuHdIm Undertakers and Embalm. rs. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rug. They will exchange Furniture ior all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. A few days ago a Miss Death was S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, brought to the German Hospital to be J. B. PAXTON, J. W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. operated on for appendicitis. She was H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER a daughter, she said, of an undertaker. HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. The surgcon'i name who was chosen to OIREOTOR3I perform the operation was Dye Dr. Frank Hackett Dye. When the opera- J. 1$. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. Itan- tion was over, Misa Death was placed kin, Lancaster; J. H. I'axton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, in charge of two nurses. Miss Payne Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. is the day nurse; Miss Grone Is the H. Cuininius, Preaclicrsville; Lilburn night nurse. Tho patient is recovGooch, Gilberts Creek. ering rapidly, and in a week or so Miss to Dr. Dye, Death will bid good-byMiss Payne and Miss Grone. Louisville Times. e Sunday, Sept. LOUISVILLE it NASHVILLE m SPECIAL TRAIN. Leaves Stanford nt 7:10. a. m leaves Louisville 0 . m. arrives Louisville returning. 10:15. BASE. BALL GAME L01'ISVILLE vs. MINNEAPOLIS TWO GAMES! Stanford Garage & Machine Co., (INCORPORATED.) Somerset, Aug. frrankfort, Aug. Tri-Stat- STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. 314 days. Nicholasvllle, Aug. 314 days, Bardstown, Sept. 1 I days. e Fair, Middlesboro, Sept. 4 Kentucky Fair Dates. 31 4jkys. Beautiful Parks and River Rides. J. S. RICE, Audit L. it N. R. R. 1 days. J. C. McClary, & Paris, Sept. 13- -6 Monticello, Sept. days. 74 days.days. 74 Kentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept. AUTOMOBILES, FEED CUTTERS, GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. w d The Crime Of Idleness. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. Undertaker.'. Embalmer and aler In.Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, tfhone, 1T. KY- e. Hom;f hone Idleness moans trouble for any one. -:- -:- Its the same with a lazy liver. It causes constipation, headacho, Jaundice, sallow complexion, pimples and blot ches, loss ot appetite, nausea, but Dr. MK FARMER: Make your homo as moderu for your family as a city King's New Ufe Pills soon banish resideuce, and place yourself in a position to get the liitedt market quotations liver troubles and build up your at any time. This cau bo accomplished by means of our telephouo Njrvlco, bealth. 23o at Penny's Drug Store. which you and your neighbors cau get for a sum that U small compared with Cspt. Thomas S. Shaw Is an engin- the benefits received. Call or address our nearest ofllce or write direct to eer of the Cadiz railroad, his son, Thos. headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far-me- n S Shsw, Jr is a conductor, and his you are not at present enioviucr telenhono service we Line" rate. daughter. Miss Dyrd Shaw, is an agent. cau immediately If interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, Adalrville, Logan county, suffered a lenuesaee, Mississippi, Jvouislana and the southern portion of Indiana and 140,000 fir, almost wiping the little Wiuok EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. place off the map. (iNcoaroaATKD) AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. KURAL TELEPHONES. ii i H- - B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. yt. i&j2L2 " lll.