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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE INTERIOP JOURNAL VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1909 NO 54 McKINNEY Miss Cora Nunnelley only daughter of Mr and Mrs R C Nunncllcy of the Turnersvllla section will attend school the coming term at Bourbon CollegeDurham Reynolds thrcahermen eay they will about wind up threshing next week The yield of wheat is rea sonably good but tho quality very poor Is the way they report It Mr R S Scudder has returned from the fairs with his string of horses and reports his success from the Springfield fair its follows 23 shows receiving 18 blue ties and three red ties Mr Willie Lanham 19 and Miss Le na Mays 18a young couplo from Casey county boarded No6 for Helenwood v Tenn Sunday at which place they were joined heart end hand Mr Edwin Ward Wallis who has a lucrative position with Curry Tunis Norwood at Lexington mado a flying trip to McKinney to see Miss Catherine Murphy Mr McD Fogle of Yoso mite entertained a few friends during the Liberty fair R 11 Coleman manager of the Co lufnbla Singletree Co on account of tho increased demand for his output has been compelled to run night and day to nil his orders and being lighted up by electricity it bears tho resem blanco of a city Everett Walls of Valley Oak Casey county after imbibing pretty freely on aome of Danvilles best bug juice andI cutting a wide swathe at that place arrived at this placo on No 6 just in time to find W J Duncan awaiting to arrest him and taking him back on Not C they relieved him of G5 in cash Our officer Mr W J Duncan wo are proud to say had tho courage and backbone to come up last Sunday and tell tho merchant especially those sell ing Intoxicating drinks under tho head of soft drinks to close their doors We desire by this means to let tho officers know wa will stand back of them and holdpp their hands in the discharge of their duty Quite a select crowd from hero enjoyed a very pleasant hay ride to Stan ford ono night last week Thoso who went were Misses Graco Strawn Alice Gooch Lena Deck Ruth Tanner Archie Moore and Josephine Coleman Messrs Lynn Pyatt Will Dayton Montgomery Durham Willio Murphy Walter Murphy Sam Beck J TIGooch Ray Murphy and Ray Tanner After being shot at and falling over S bridges tho crowd arrived homo at midnight all speaking of Mr Varnoy Tanners kindness ehilo in the city at his drug store Miss Mary D Beck is visiting Miss NIsh Morford at Ewing and will got from there to Bourbon College Paris to attend school Mrs G T Ashlock has been in ill health for about 1who weeks we are proud to state Is again Miss Ruth Tuner the ac complished daughter of E J Tanner is visiting her aunt Mrs Sam Burk at Junction City Miss Grace Strawn of Columbia Ind is visiting friends here F M Ware who attended the Brodhead fair camo homo complaining tof catching considerable cold while Miss Mollie Goode of Lexing ton is visiting Miss Archie Mooro at this place and I judge from tho ad mirers she has it will bo a good while before thu young people will give their consent for her to return I MIDDLEBURG Rev W R Hunt preached at Tur key Knob Sunday afternoon Joiao Foglo and tho writer took in tho Sunday School convention at Olive Baptist church Sunday Willie Lanham and Miss Lena Mays eloped to Tennessee Sunday and were married They took advantage of tho prayer servteea at Carpenter Creek school house and slipped away from the old folks The groom is a son of R P Lanham and the bride a daughter o Mr and Mrs B F Mays of the Ridds Store section It is said that several lads of town planned to leave the parental roo Saturday night and try their fortunes in a country beyond tho Ohio but for some cause their plans did not mate rializeQ Jones will give a fall entertainment at Oak Park Sept 18 when a good time is expected Mr Jones tells us it will be somewhat of the na turo of a fair He will give several premiums on farm products and make it a snle day for mule colts Tho Ow ens Brothers will furnish music and the youthfulness of the boys ought to bo a drawing card The democratic county committee acted wisely in tho selection of a coun ty ticket We have yet to hear a sin gle objection to any one on tho ticket The republicans admit that a stronger ticket could not have been named but claim they will bo able to snow it un der It might be well however fo them to wait for the hatching befor- they count the chick ens S BRODHEAD Born to the wife of Tilden Frith a boyJohn Hamilton of near Wildie and Miss Lucy Rash of Gum Sulphur were married at tho homo of the bride Rev Gooch performing the ceremony For a long time tho cry has been too much wet weather but now wo need rain and need It badly Of course someI corn is already made but lots of it needs rain yet The Sunday School convention to be held hero next Sunday is being looked forward to with pleasure The grovo at tho fair grounds will be used anda lengthy program has been arranged by Secretary Albright A basket dinner will be spread and several good speakers and singers will bo present includ ing J C McClary and wife of Stan fordSchool began here lost Monday with Miss Ida May Adams of Mt Vornon principal The enrollment was 101 Miss Adams needs no introduction to our people as she has lived almost right among us all her life and we feel sure that with her assistants Misses Emma Pcnnington and Carrie Frith and Mr Jacob Elder tho school this year will be even better than before Miss Eliza Pike Is visiting in Corbin J Thomas Cherry and wife attended the Somerset fair Larkin lUcks and wife of lice Lick were guests of W F Carter Mrs Tilman Gilpin and son of St Louis are with relatives hero Dick Albright and Dr 00 Stone attended the hop at Mt Vernon Monday night Mrs James Bradley of the Sayers neighborhood Is very low with consumption W B Middleton of the Marotaburg section is very ill A lit tie child of Jack Lunsford Is very low with fever Our physicians say there is a great deal of sickness in the coun ty and they are kept going day andI night While we are throwing bouquets at some of our friends and neighbors we will not confine them toBrodhead but will scatter them over the borders of tho county Our aim this time is at J E Woodall of Livingston better known as Ed Mr Woodall is 31I years old was born and reared in Lau ref county on a farm At the ago ofI 18 he entered tho service of the L N as a section hand but was soon promoted to foreman and on account of close attention to business was made a supervisor in which capacity ho work ed for a number of years Finally tir ing of railroading especially the Sun day work he accepted a position with Kellogg Co furniture dealers of Richmond Ky in which work lie is now engaged At the ago of 21 Mr Woodall married Miss Lucy E Daniels of Mt Vernon They have no family Doth are devout members of tho flap tist church and are loyal Sunday school workers Mrs Woodall has on several occasions been appointed to represent the Baptist Orphans Home of Louisville at tho annual meets of the Rock casU Baptist Associations Mr Wood all Is ono of the deacons in the Livingston Baptist church Not meaning to flatter him at all but we recently heard it said of him lie is flrst class in ev ery respect Ed is a red hot demo crat and a subscriber to the I J IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The wife of W S Oldham is dead at RichmondThe girl baby which was left at the home of John Hopper last March died Wednesday Somerset JournalWilliam Riley Lorman a native of Madison county Ky died at the home of his son at Galesburg IIIat tho re markable age of 106 years Tim Murphy tho wellknown buggy manufacturer anda mighty clever man is dead at Danville at an advanc ed age Ho left a wifo and three child ron The store of Samuel Lovitan at Dan afconsiderable quantity of goods taken A number of handsome dresses belong takenfJones was arrested at Chattanooga with some of the goods The Rockcastle County Association of Baptist Churches will meet at Brod head on Tuesday Sept 7 and continue three days Tho first day will be devoted to the work of the Sundayschool A report and messengers from every Sunday School in the county is very much desired A E Albright secy Rev Win Williams pres Health Coffee is the cleverest imitation of real coffee over yet made Dr Shoop created It from puro parch od grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavorIs made in just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling I Sample free Pennys Drug Storo Five persons were injured one fatal ly and damage estimated at 9500000 destroyeA Blanck in PittsburgI x v NEWS NOTES An earthquake was experienced in Panama Mrs Graco Snell of Chicago has just married her seventh husband There have been 10 deaths from ch IIera in Rotterdam since the disease made appearanceCol B Cooper the murderer of Senator Carmack has just Inherited 112000 from his brothers estate who died in May Gov Willson has issued a proclamation namlngvMonday Sept 6 as Labor Day on which he says no one shall be compelled to work Fugitive Taylor says he has made two trips through Kentucky recently but stopped no longer than was neces to change trains lie promises another visit in October The ClarkScott Co independent to bacco manufacturers of Scranton Pa Covingtonagainst ciety Clarence Le Bus tho president and10 other men as defendants The plaintiffs demand 130620 damages Following the close of the cotton fu tures market at New Orleans Nesters annualcrop statement was made pub He It made the commercial crop for the past year 13825457 bales tho larg est on record Tho consumption by Southern mills also establishes a record As a sequel to the murder of A J Slagle the wealthy Jonesboro Tenn lumberman whose body was found in the river John Spencer a relative of Slagle committed suicide by jumping head foremost into a rain barrel He was suspected of the murder of Slagle Charles Mauget a wealthy retired tailor was arrested In Newport Ky on a warrant charging him with the murder of his wife Margaret who was found strangled to death at their home week ago Ills bond was placed at 10000 in default of which he was locked in jail lie is 75 years old Thu Hardy Grain Co of Union City Tenn one of tho largest concerns of the kind in that State has mado an assignment with liabilities of 136862 and assets of about 100000 covered to some extent by mortgages George lardy president of the company accidentally shot and killed himself last weekAt a meeting of the district board of the Burley Tobacco Society at Win chester it was charged that the Nation al Society of Equity had violated the peace pact and that President Drayton had raised its demands from 10000 to 30000 in consideration of its support of the Burley pool Congressman Can trill president of the State Equity Sc ciety and his board were said to I a keeping the faith Dr Frederick A Cook of Brooklyn who in July 1907 departed in search of the North Polo and who had not bee heard from for over a year startle- the civilized world with 3 telegram from Lewrich in the Shetland Islands an nouncing that ho reached tho Pole April 21 1908 Dr Cook is returning on tho steamer Hans Egide due at Copenhagen Saturday In his final dash for the polo Dr Cook was not accompanied by a white man four Esquimaux being his only companions The news of his suc cess is generally cred- itedcHUxcS Rev T W Barker will preach at Lo gans Creek church at 3 r M Sunday Rev Ed Hubbard will preach at Moores schoolhouse at 3 oclock Sun day afternoon Rev A A Higglna of Glasgow will preach at the Presbyterian church Sun day morning and night Preaching Sunday morning and nigl t at the Methodist church by Rev D W Robertson Epworth League at CI5 r MRev J Murray Taylor will fill his ap pointment at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and all members are requested to be present Twas A Glorious Victory Theres rejoicing In Fedora Tenn A mans life has been saved and now Dr Kings Now Discovery is the talk of tho town for curing O V Popper of deadly lung hemorrhages I could not work nor get about ho writes and the doctors did me nogood but attar using Dr KlngH Now Discovery three weeks I feel like a new man and can do good work again For weak sore or diseased lungs Coughs and Colds Hemorrhages Hay Fever La Grippe Asthma or any Bronchial af fection it stands unrivaled Price 60c and II Trial bottle free Sold and guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store o Gov Willson appointed Judge B F Roach of Harrodsburg special judge of the Clay county court to pre- sIde in a number of cases in which the regular judge is disqualified Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Freventics will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store J HUSTONVILLE Jack Cover lost two largo stacks of hay by being struck by lightning Allen Swope shipped to Cincinnati one car of butcher cattle at 3Jc and a car of lambs at 4c The Hustonvllle Produce Cos busi ness continues to increase and their shipments East are almost daily The foundation of Adams Brothers building is completed and a crew of bricklayers is at work on the structure A splendid farm of 170 acres on tho pike with good improvements sion in 10 days from sale Price possesII Address Box 82 Ilustonville Misses Sallie and Lena Back are the guests of Miss Ollie Hayden at Dan ville Mrs Alice Foster Helm of Lexington was tho guest of Mrs Jos K HelmEvery member Is earnestly requested to be present at the Hustonvillo Chris tian church next Sunday morning at roll call This centennial roll book will be sent to 1lttsburgIThos J Bell formerly ofgthls place has been employed at a good salary by the Citizens Life Insurance Co of Louisville and given Casey and other counties for his field Jess R Routt who is up after a long Beige of sickness desires through the INTERIOR JOURNAL to extend his own and his familys heartfelt thanks to their many friends who were so kind and thoughtful during his Illness John Lynns fine show mare fell thro the bridge atTurnersville Saturday and was badly injured The case will be taken to the courts if necessary to se cure judgment and when it is won oth ers of a similar nature will follow Squire Daniels of the firm of Bland Daniels of Abeline Tex was tho guest A B McKinney and family Horace Bohon is at homo after an ex tended trip in the West in the interest of the Kentucky Wagon Co For the betterment of our school it is earnestly requested that all friends of education meet at the college chapel Monday night Sept 6 at 9 oclock Business of importance will be present ed and the consensus of opinion of the entire district will be requested upon vital educational subjects by the board oftrusteesMiss Dinwiddie of Oklahoma is visiting Mr John Dinwiddie and wife who are her grandparento Ores tes Floyd secured the appointment from Lincoln county for the State scholar ship on his June examination He is a fine student and a bright future is In store for him Misses Lena and Sallie Back gave a yard party Friday night in honor of their guest Miss Ollie Hay den of Danville An accident which almost resulted in death occurred Saturday when the horse driven by R Spragens Miss Murphyda 34foot embankment A stump on the edge of tho precipice stopped the horse and carriage preventing it from rolling down upon them It is a miracle that were not all seriously hurt but fortunately all escaped with only a few bruises Charles Crete and daughter of Wil1 mington 0 are visiting their rela tives G A Eubanks and wife Miss Battle Lyon left last week fur a visit to friends at Springfield III Miss Bet tie Peavyhouse is with relatives in Cov ington Miss Edna Lipps has accepted a position with a large millinery estab lishment in Baltimore and is delighted with her work Tilden Woodson now a prominent merchant of Vicksburg Miss is visiting the scenes of his childhood in the West End and his many friends are glad to see him Seared With A Hot Iron or scalded by overturned kettlecut with a knife bruised by slammed door injured by gun or in any other way the thing needed at onco Is Bucklens Arnica Salve to subdue inflammation and kill tho pain Its earths supremo healer Infallible for Dolls Ulcers Fever Sores Eczema and Piles 25cat Pennys Drug Store- Kentucky Fair Datcs Somerset Aug 314 days Frankfort Aug 314 days Nlcholosvllle 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 13G days It is the weak nerves that are cry- Ing out for help Then help them dont drug tho stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and seo how fast good health will como to you again Test it and seo Sold by Pennys Drug Store Evelyn Thaw denies that the b seek lag divorce The Best is None Too Good for YOU HART SCIIAFFNEU MARXS SUITS are rondo by the largest tailoring house in the United States They cut nothing but allwool goods and guarantee every garment bearing their label to be ALL WOOL TAILORMADEPERFECT IN FIT- PERMANENT IN COLORS FULL SATISFACTION EXAMINE OUR NEW FALL LINE +4++ +++++ 4++++++++++t+ Cummins Sc Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Look Look Looks Just received complete line of Fall and Winter Shoes for Men Women and Children in Patents Vicis Gun Metal Ox Blood and Box Calf More styles than ever sjiown here before Prices are always the lowest 1 SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY COME TO RHEA SPRINGSa THE FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH Dft Good for all Liver Kidney and Bowel complaints Tho C N 0 T P sell roundtrip tickets oa Friday and Saturday good for 10 days to Spring City as follows Lexington 86 05 Nicholasvillo b JO High Bridge 5 40 Burgin 5 25 Dunvillo 5 00 Junction City 4 JO Kings Mountain c U 30 Pulaski 3 05 Wayncsburg 4 25 Wilmore 5 55 Science Hill ft 00 Somerset 3 00 Modern Hotel All conveniences Hack meets all trains Ask your Doctor RHEA SPRINGS HOTEL Co I Rhea Springs Tenn The Interior Journal Eo Co WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Circuit JUdg- eMC8AUFLEV of Lincoln For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer For Htntc Senator R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For llepresuntatlvo W H SHANKS KorJJounty Judge JAMES P BAILEY 0 For Attorneyiff For Olrcult Olerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff W L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEO GEBCooPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hcbooli GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Ialllltmtl Stanford Dlitrlct JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford Dlitrlct h M BRUCE Far Jieglatrsto Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE I For MngUtrnte Huitonvllle Dlitrlct J K HELM SR For Maglitrnfe Wnyopsburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Wayne burg Dlitrlct JOHN G BAUGH AT tho harmony banquet given to Senator Bradley at tho Seelbach the other night Toastmaster E C ORear read a number of wireless telegrams from prominent men not present This alleged to be from Gov Willson is a sample and a very laughable one Sor ry I cant bo with you Dont go out at night any more Havo stopped night riding As he prides himself that he has stopped night riders in their mad career the point of this Is peculiarly patent TilE question what Is whisky has been agitating tho government experts for several months but the answer has not been published A British expert says Whisky is a spirit obtained from distillation from a mash of cereal grains saccharified by a diastase of malt Why not let it go at that and add That it Is responsible for moro headaches crimes and sorrow than any thing ever invented Look not upon it when red or any other color TilE Eminence man who contracted an affinity marriage recently which slipped a cog when limn Muiimn turned up in Now York and gave an Interview that it was only a trial marriage of which she had repented has takep to himself n third spouse after legally freeing himself from tho consequences of tho second venture Some men do not profit by experience but persist in running their heads Into a hornets nest TUB Jeffersonian barbecue at Louis ville Tuesday and Wednesday was a big affair Democratic oratory was on tap and burgoo and other good tidings flowed freely Our Congressman Hon Harvey Helm was one of tho orators and his speech was a gem Hundreds of democrats enjoyed the barbecue and vent home determined to work harder for the success of tho party OUR brother Mr W P Walton could not stay out of tho harness long Ho Is not built that way On Wednes day he assumed control of tho Lexing ton Gazette and from now hence his editorials will bo the feature of that paper The Gazette is an afternoon paper and ono of tho very best publica tions In the State IF Christ had come some of the news papers would not make as much ado as they do over the return of Harriman to the United States notwithstanding Roosevelt dubbed him an undesirable citizen r TUB Louisville Herald refers to the sanguinary soul of Gen P P Johnson Tho writer should have a care The general broke his best cane over an ed itors head recently for a much lees offense TUAT good paper the London Democrat John Pearl editor has just rqund ed out Its first year May it live and prosper forever and its clever promoter never die TUB CourierJournal printed lion Harvey Helms speech made at the Jefferson Barbecue Tuesday and It is mighty good reading A contest has been tiled by John Is Wells against W H Jones who rfceivmi the certificate of nomination for- county o at the recent republican ptimwy in Laurel POLITICAL Dan Borden democratic county clerk of Pulaski has resigned on account of 111 health and Judge Barnett has ap pointed hisison M IL Barnett to suc ceed him Lawrence B Finn of Franklin was nominated at the democratic conven tion at Owenaboro for railroad com missioner to succeed the late McDi FergusonIn weeks President Taft will leave Beverly on what will prove to bo in many ways a recard breaking presi dential tour The presidents first stop will be in Boston the evening of Sept 14 where ho will bo the guest of honor at a big banquet given by the Boston jourInoyIndications from returns in republican l primary in Whitloy county are that tho county judges race Is very close between B P Rose and J C Lovitt with chances in favor of lovitt J C Bird was nominated for County Attorney Jonathan Stanfill Clerk C W Kenfroo Sheriff Matt Morgan Jailor Frank Davis Superintendent of Public Instruction A J Silcox Asses sor L P Lay no opposition for Circuit Clerk It U estimated that 25 000 was spent in the election At a meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee at Louisville Wednesday the action of the govern ing committee at Lexington was revoked and a new order of party management in Kentucky was put into effect At the Lexington meeting Thomas A Combs was made chairman of the Campaign Committee anda Cam paign Committee was named The resolution adopted is as follows Bo it re solved by the Democratic State Central Committee that the following named gentlemen be and are hereby designated and appointed to conduct the State campaign for tho year 1909 Henry R Prewltt Thomas A Combs Allie W Young Ohio M James Wm Addams JA Sullivan W A Berry J C C Mayo Ben Johnson This and That The loss of life from flood along the Santa Catalina River and other streams in tho vicinity of Monterey Mex is now estimated at over 3000 Many small villages were totally wiped out A work train ran Into a doubleheader freight train between Riddlesburg and Saxton Pa on the Huntingdon and Broad Top railroad Threo men were killed and two others were se riously scalded The new battleship Michigan was officially turned over to the United States Government by its builders Tho latest acquistion to the United States fighting force Is of tho Dreadnought class and ono of the largest battleships afloatJames Llttral aged eight years shot and killed his sixyear old sister Ger tie at NIcholasville The weapon used barreled shot whichwas a double gun the boy did not know was loaded and picked up to play with The top of the head was blown off and her brains scattered over the room Just over tho State line South of Somerset Deputy Sheriff W L West was shot Phillips the ball passing entirely through his body resulting in almost Instant death Phillips surrendered himself to tho authorities but would not discuss tho shooting There had been bad feeling between the two men for quite a while Washingtons Plague Spots lie In the low marshy bottoms of tho Potomac the breeding ground of ma lirla germs These germs causo chills foyer and ague biliousness iaundlee lassitude weakness and general de bility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly But Electric lIt- ers never fall to destroy them and cure malaria troubles They are tho best allround tonic und cure for ma laria lover used writes R M James of Louellen S C They euro Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them BOc Guaranteed by Pen nys Drugstore n SUMMER SALE OF WALL PAPERS Greatest reduction ever made In wall papers Extra good quality of stylish papers per roll as low as 3c Dont to see greatest assortment before It is picked over as the prices that have been put on this stock it go In a whoop Such bargains have never before been offered here Wo have a lot of high standard paints that we are closing out at cost A Gibbons Main street Danville Ky We have again In our midst that doughty antagonist and generous critic lion W PWalton whose we be certain will have a no loss- personal flavor than that with which he spiced the State Journal Louisville Times Pains of women bead pains or any pain stopped In 20 minute sure with Dr Pink Pain Tablets Roe full formula on 26o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store 1 In Clinton county Dan Beatty shot his son Dock in the stomach with R revolver Inflicting a probably fatal wound It is claimed that Beatty shot lib boy accidentally A tickling or dry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Penny DrUgS ore I NOTICE I WohAVO moved our produce hide nnd poultry business from Myers stable to our Btoro recently purchased of Garland Sin l gleton two door from poitomce We itlll pay cash for All kinds of country produce LAND A linen AN AX Stanford Ky B D CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Stroot Phono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY JaJ BELDEN For House and Carriage hunting and Trim tiling Ill Hun anti Locksmith Ing Shop opposltodepotJ Stanford Ky STOP THAT HEADACHE Hy having yonr eyes properly Silted with HjRtulllonlguarantee Ho nlio carries In tack Edison phonographs and the latest records which you can buy for casts or on monthly Inllollmen nail let tistntk the mutter over t YES TKHTKU PKUH Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Ore ceries nnd Hardware n good bull ness Will Invoice about 2OUO Itcnion111 health CEO D HOPlKIt Stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE 1 1 wish to tell privately my farm of 63 acres at Jumbo Lincoln County Ky tour mile from 11KluI1tTIHII on It good 10room oorlll cellar spring house line watureto I In hlghtnto 01 cui tlvatlon Also have four other mail flu nn for sale All well Improved Terms sods factoryDOHII1LKStanford Ky 11 F D No 3 Home At Auction I dOTtboI ford occupied by W O withers Has A good and outbuildings are tn good shape Splendid cistern and big garden Location ttrstclais and In line neighborhood Will sell In front of till old court house at law Monday afternoon Sept 131KW Mrs Hugh Held K D Ten nlngtonMlss Mary rennlngton Stanford Ky PUBLIC RENTINGI The A n Ohrlsman farm of 10 acres lying ono mile Eau Aloreland Lincoln county will bo rented to tho highest bidder on HATUUDAY HEFT Ith noout front of Hunu A Carreys store Moreland Twentytwo acres for wheat and eight for corn balance In grass Improvements Rood VAHDAiOO11NExorAIChrisuan Huitonvllle tug W 19W Harry Jacobs Dealer In and lliinufacturcr of Marblo and Cranlto Monu I monts Markers and Posts Cemetery anti Lawn Vases und settees OUlco and works iic Kinney K- yMILL FOR RENT Owing to Illhealth and wanting to be away from home some tills summer I have decided to rent my uptodate Dlx Jllvcr Holler driven l y water and steam power Octal locution Mill In firstclass conditionW ii TIt +YlonR F n No Stanford Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable nnnoynuce KllloIAlclIlmy gates on the county road that runs through my farm I heave concluded to offer n ruwnrd for Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons 1 will therefore give the sum of VO for Information leading to the arrest nnd conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gntesor ttmt have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from tho Huitonvllle turnpike to the Mllledgevllle turnpike through my farmtnnd I the sumo amount for Information lending to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of the above offenses AUSlutllUI Farm for Sale On Danville IIustonv111o pike Of JW acres In Lincoln county Ky land This is well improvedgooiwell- and cistern and nbuudanro of stock water furnished from neverfulling springs lollof fern In grass I desire to sell farm In the next todays together with the stock hlgbblld mares l registered 1 registered stallion 86 acres of cornlSorbl stacks of hay terming lmplentente of etrydlcrtptlon I will jl the whole onint or any part of the stock and If I sell the farm without the stock I mutt sell not later than tn days so us to give me time to make n snle of my stock Also have odd mules trout work mules down to eolts tonppreodateof this farm Any person from n distance desiring to see farm can come to More land Lincoln county Ky on the Queen it Crescent route this farm being only about H mile from station II D KINO Moroland Ky PUBLIC SALE having sold my faim I will sell to the highest end twit bidder at my farm one half mile North of McOreary on the Lancaster nnd Huekeye SFptPl22WtUN1Btt Y 1500 nt 10 oclock A x the following personal property One r year old family horse I live year old saddle mare 1 good family I mare V years old that has proven to be a good mule mare 1 nice two year harness yearlingborer JnckaJher side 1 six yer old leant in thh YCllr old leant to and 2 two year old Jo- nDtIt Jersey cows cows I dry cow S good shots yearling steers 1 Jersey bull luu barrels of new corn household and kitchen furniture and harm laa implements TERMS sums of 10 dollars or under cash alt turns over 10 dollar the pure hA er to give note with good secnrllyuld note to be due January m 1910 and to bear In terest at toe rate stx per rent per annum noaoUabit Trust Co of Laneaster K7 J W SILL s yoOI1g el1 1IOur especial effort is caringfor those things the boys and young men wear If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE al t It ways come to us and you can find them H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky I DRIPPING SPRINGS- P O Crab Orchard Ky SpearsFisber Small Farm For Sale I t desire to sell privately my fern of S- iseresIn Lincoln county seven tulle from Stanford and two miles from good rodi mile from plkoln good neihn- orhoodclose I tochurch rural route anti J productlve3L j ration nil under good fence Comfortable house of six rooms new barn and nil other outbuildings Abundance of flue water nnd fruit of nil kinds I JT LIVISOHTOX UH 1 No 1 Stanford Ky 10 PER CT REDUCTION c L PRUITr Moroland Kentucky Kor 30 days In order to clean on Stat tings Druggets Carpet hugs Ktcs Will give 10 jwr cent reduction Have some rnre bnfJlIlnlInof framed pictures Now Is your time to buy n handsome mantle mirror Cull and see them Choice Selection of rockers Good lino of beds inetiil nnd wood metal nnd wool folding tads crlbcotmattresses springs counches Davenporti chairs suitcases grips trunks extension tables centre tables medicine cabinets glass sash doors do Onll mid see us suppliesServIceO n rilUITTMorelandKy Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky i Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods Stop That Cold fo chICk or Crlpro with TrcTrotln means sure defeat for Pneumonia To stop a cold with PrsritnUes U safer thn to let It run sad be obliged to cure it afterwards To be sure IrTtalic will curs even s deeps seated cold but taken early at the sneae statethey bmut or lead oa theMearl7colc1l Thats bU r ThaIs why the are called rwrenUes Qeinhaohlldrea aad thoronjhlr sals too It you feel chlUr If you snecsd U you ache all over think of I ercatles PromptoMS may also Ian bait your tau l slekness And doss lomt jour calM U there Is fererUhnMS nlllbtorJI1Iezen prob Prventics In eolames for th pocket alto in sec boxes of tt PntsoUes InW OIl your drogjliu tlrlax 7- 00Prcvcnties PENNYS DRUG STORE l m a Er 1G 4 Penny H H ColTcy K H Coleman telFOR HOT WEATHER HELP fai 1 THY OUR mIITalcum Fowdcn epQngCl r- I NfBath BrushtTQilet and Bath Soaps I m AND ESPE QIALr m m Our Ice Cold Soda Water with Jcnoy Cream Q r- C i ar l ratarrult Flavors fS ri04e I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky1 8BB B 9J3 E 1ljI FIRST NATIONAL BANK f STANFORD KENTUCKY i I ORGANIZED IN J882 CAPITAL STOCK 50000ISURPLUS EARNED 20000eHAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 1 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account 1 OFFICERS J S Hocker President S T Harris VicePresIdent John J McRpberti Cashier H O Baughman Asst Cashr- WWSaunderDookkeeper DIRECTOR1r r r 1iF Reid J II UaughmiD M D Elmore J M Feltut 1 H C Baughman J F Cummins I S T Harris no 0 Robinson I W U OBannon J S Hocker f OiE Tate S C L Eizki =e c 7It ti The Coffee with tbe Strength Flavor and Aroma For the next 80days we will g1YeJFive Pounds CofUe at 35o 175 V FS 1 Nickel Dip con o Pot utSlCO 1 60 f 1 r a 8325 f ri Jf kRFor thirty dnya you eavo 81 25 t e t f N ti to GIVE IT A TRIAL utt 3 lIhEaJocS M GEORGE Ht FARRIS Stanford F t =0 rf l or e rCILIJ S1its and Skirts4 and on our first of new Fall Suits and Skirts Come in and let conslderI t 1 the right style garment and at the right price Each season shows improvement in ReadytoWear Clothes designers have fairly outdone themselves this season The workmanship is as near perfect as human hands can f make it Buy now and be ready for the first cool days SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1 iThe Interior Journal BTAXFOUD KY blur 3 JOOO y SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will sell on Salurdapand Sundays only C cents Drug Store PERSONALS MRS IUTTIB IIOCKER is 111 Moss COOLEY Is clerking for Shugars Tanner MATTHEW FENNEL has been 111 of malarial fever IIWEARN HUGHES WM In Louis villa this week FRED COOK Ie clerking for the New Stanford Drug Co MRS W K SHUCAR8 is visiting her parents at McKinney MRS JdB MURHIY and little son are with Lancaster relatives MRS W B OUANNON Is with Lan caster friends and relatives Miss BELLE DENNY spent a few day with relatives in Lancaster 4 L C BERNARD of Dayton Ohio is with Mr T J 11111 and family f MISSES DORA AND MINNIE STRAUS are In Cincinnati buying millinery Miss SUSAN FISHER WOODS is with Mrs C F Chenault at Richmond t tiMIss JENNIE RANKIN of Hubble li I with hor cousin Miss Alice Rankb MR W E SPANOLER Is at tho Mid dlcsboro fair selling Ico cream cones MRS WILLIAM MERSIION and littli son arc visiting at Lebanon Junction MIss LUCY LEE WALTON Is vliltlnf Miss Mary Miller Walton at Lexington MR AND MRS H C WHAT and chll drcn are attending the Somerset fair Mas MARVIN ADAMS of Danville is with her mother Mrs Annie New land MISSES VESTA AND MELLIB BURLIN GAME of Butler are with Miss Minnl SineMiss SADIE RUrLEY of Boyle wai the guest her cousin Miss Minnie RUE Icy MIS3 MARY VANOY loft Wednesday r for Martins Tenn to accept a If tlon MR G C KELLER of Orlando Fla Is visiting Danvillo relatives Advo V sate S MR S D CAMPBELL of Wa hingtorI county visited his relative Mra W t II MuellerMiss HILL land Mrs A C Hill are visiting Mrs John B Mcrahoi at Somerset MR J H McIlARCUE and wife o f Tyrone 0 T are with Mr W B hits and family DRJ3 J DROWN went to BArbour vlllo Tuesday to perform an operAtion for appendicitis Miss ROBERTA OBANNON loft Tuesday for Castalia 0 where she will teach this session Mn ADDISON L BALDWIN of Mays r vlllo was hero Saturday and Sunday tJ see Miss Mary Crow 1MRS Tubs E BALDWIN of Vadlson Is with her daughter Mrs W H Shanks who is quite III IIILL SPALDINO city prosecutor o Louisville is visiting his wife at Dr r Alcorna in Hustonville c t- Ed HUBERT CARPENTER is at Nicholas villa the guest of Misa Lucile Bell who has a house full of young friends Miss MARY KOONTZ of the Waynea burg section who has been very ill will t f a complication of troubles Is convalescing MR WILL CROMWELL and wife oi Frankfort are at Crab Orcharc Snrlngs Mr Cromwell Is clerk of th SenateMISSES BESSIE GOSB of Danville and Bottle Shomaker of Hansonville Va have been visiting relatives near StanfordMRS NANNIE SCOTT of Hanson tvllle Va after a visit to her parents I and Mrs W D Hanson in the yr West End returned homo Wednesday MR JAMES F CUMMINS and wife and oK Messrs R L Hubble M B Eubanks J W Acy W O Walker Henry Fields Thomas McBeath and others aro attending the Somerset fair MISSES BLANCHE VAN DEVEEH and Rose Alcorn left Wednesday morning for Vancouver Wash where they will teach in the Stato School for the Deaf They will stop at the Seattle Exposi j tion MR AND MRS BOWEN COVER return ed Saturday from Olympian Springs Saturday and Mr Cover says he has been much benefited and thinks the medicine properties of the water just ep1Yadkl0merfet Journal Miss ANNIE BRUCE of Boyle is with Miss Mary Bruce Miss SARAH CURTIS of Hustonville Is with friends here liON W H SHANKS ate burgoo in Louisville Wednesday 4 Rev A A HlGQINS of Glasgow is visiting tho homofolki here MR R M NEWLAND has joined hiIwife at Crab Orchard Springs Miss MARY BRUCE wonon embroidery nnd drawn work at tho Ierryvillo fair Miss MATTIE UYYS OWSLEY is a guest nt tho homo of Dr J U Owslcy MESSRS GEORGE P BRIGHT and J T Menefco attended tho barbecue in LouisvilleREV R NOEL who has been IIII Is convalescent and able to fill his ap pointmentsMiss BOURNE leaves Mon day for Paris to teach music In Bour bon College HARRIS COLEMAN is back from Carv Del county where he spent much oi vacationDRS BROWN and W Harry Hlgglns went up to Rockcastlo to see a patient yesterday AT the Bankers Association meeting at Danville yesterday Mr W M Bright was Overdrafts and Past Due Paper- MisnAME9 ANNIE ENGLEMAN Susan B Yeager and Charles J Kitchen Jr and Miss Sue Taylor Engtaman spent yesterday and today at the Somerset fair JAMES U BEAZLRY James H Woods R T Bruce S M Owens F M Ware It S Scudder W S Drye and others are attending tho Somerset fair this week MRS J CARVER JONES and dough tor Miss Pauline Jones who have been visiting tho family of Mr W P Grimes loft for their home in Kansas City Wednesday LOCALS FOR hemp knives go to Farris TOBACCO men read W H higgins advertisement PURE cannel coal at J H Baughman I Cox Try a load IDONT miss our coffee bargain for a few days only Farris LET mo insure your barn and tobac co W A Tribble Stanford PHONE whew you want tin ning and plumbing done W K War nero LOST at the juvenile fair a childs embroidered jacket Notify Mrs I M Bruce MR A C inr openedan office in B D Carters livery stable building He is agent for machinery fencing roofing etc IT pays to advertise The gold bracelet lost at Crab Orchard and advertis ed for was found and promptly return ed to the owner THE L N will sell roundtrip tick eta to tho Paris fair Sept 7 8 9 10 and 11 at one faro plus 25c good returning Sept 13th FOR SALEBeautifulBeautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds Saturdayfard Graded School Penalty goes on Oct 1 George W Bronaugh TilE poatofllco at Turnersville was discontinued Tuesday Patrons of the office who take this paper will please advlao us where to direct their papers WE failed to mentionhe fact at the timn that Clyde Curtis buggy horse 1won first at the Brodhcad fair tho last Mr Curtis is proud of his good horses achievement and wants the world to know that he is a winnnr any where you put him Tim juvenile fair was a howling sue cess Almost as many people were there as at the big fair the first day and en thuslasm ran higher All of tho rings were hotly contested but tho warmest was the stick horse ring which was won by Carl Hunn on his famous racer Walter Morgan Smith Baughman won probably more ties than any of the contestants James Cooper made a fine president while Spalding Hill as secretary and Clalborne Walton as ring master wore the best over Emil Grcenburg furnished the music Tho juvenile fair was the happy movement of Mesdames G G Perry and JNSaundera and the youngsters are under many obligations to them for pushing the enterprise to a successful end Some 30 eras taken in at the gate Dr Perry has the thanks of the asso elation for the use of the grounds tree of charge Two good secondhand stoves for sale at a bargain Farrta LEAVE your order for Swifts or Globe Fertilizers with E T Pence Stanford ALL pupils of allgrades are expected to report for school at main school building Monday morning Sept 6 LOST between fair grounds and the St Asaph hotel a shell comb Finder will please return to this office FOR SALEA splendid building loton Logan Avenue next to Mr D M An dersons Mrs Nancy Logan WANTEDgood respectable white girl who wishes a good home at good wages Mrs K Lutes Turnersville Ky THE Stanford Graded and High School will begin operations next Mon day Send your children on the open- Ing day liON H K BOURNB who married Miss Anne II Shanks of this place lost a storeroom at New Castle Ills loss Is 2500 with 1000 insurance SATURDAY Sept 25th is tho last day for filing turnpike miscellaneous and merchants claims against Lincoln county George B Cooper County Clerk THE Supply at Dar ville Messrs F Reid A E Hundley and H C Bright principal stockholders has been bought by tho Danville Ice Coal Co PLEASE not us for credit on school books which nro sold at State contract prices and are not our books Lyne Bros druggists Crab Orchard book depository TUG democrats of Pulesaski made no mistake when they nominated Mr Jas M Roberts for sheriff lie is one of the best citizens of that county and is liked by everybody It is predicted that ho will easily defeat his republican opponent Mr Weddlo Cot W P WALTON former editor of the Frankfort Stato Journal and at present in business in this city rcfurn ed to Lexington with his family from Atlantic City where ho had been spend ing a delightful two weeks Col Walton was In his office Friday morning meeting many friends Ho reports a splendid vacation and a fine time at the beach but the return trip ho says was extremely wearing Lexington Herald WE learned with deep regret of tho death of Mr George C Keller Sr at Harrodeburg Deceased was 75 years old and a fine old gentleman Ho is survived by his wife a daughter Mrs S P McDowell of Danville and two sons Mr George C Keller Jr for merly of this office but now residing at Orlando Fla and Mr Henry Kel ler of Horrodsburg Mr Keller was a devout member of the Methodist church and an excellent man For many years he had filled a responsible position in the First National Bank of his city TUG trustees of tho Stanford Graded School closed a deal Tuesday with Clark Brown tho Danville plumbers for it system of steam heating which will be placed in the school building at once It will not Interfere with the school which will begin Monday morning next The system will cost about 1 800 and will be ready for use within six weeks We think the trustees acted wisely and believe with them that it will be a saving of money in the long run It will take loss than a thirdof the coal the eight stoves did the heat will be more regular and it will mean more room for school work a AT their country home on Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 5 oclock Mrs An nie Harris Engleman and daughter Miss Sue Taylor Engleman charmingly entertained at progressive euchre in honor of Mrs Charles Kitchen Jr of Ashland There were 30 or more guests present and tho occasion was a most pleasant one for all who had the pleasure of being present The first prize a cut glass dish was won by Mrs S D Bartley the second prize a 500 deck of cards was won by Mra Eliza Harris and in cutting for the consolation prize a pound of candy Mrs E T Pence Jr came out victorious Mrs S J Embry Jr presided at the frappe bowl and served the guests in her charming manner Ices and sakes elegantly prepared were served and those fortunate to bo present were loud in their praise for the delightful hours afforded them by the hostesses gad gut of honors LOST black rat terrier Tip of tall cutoff Responds to Trixie Liberal reward J Henry Hankla Junction City SINGLETON Miss Alice Singleton aged about 40 died at Waynesburg of- a complication of troubles Tuesday Sho was a sister of Mr II H Singleton and a mighty good woman TilE Kentucky League of postman tore will meet in Louisville Sept H and 15 All of the Kentucky P Ma are expected to bo present The Leagues motto is Proficiency and our post master who is a member is entitled to all the good coming because he Is pro ficient Till king bolt ofJohn B Camenischs milk wagon broke Tuesday morning and tho horse took out at a breakneck speed with the two front wheels In front of John Owsley Reids Garage tho runaway came in contact with a buggy occupied by Miss Jennie New land and a wheel was smashed for her GOOD SELECTIONS Mr B W Give ens has been selected as chairman of the democratic campaign committee and Attorney Thos II Shanks secre tary and treasurer Both gentlemen are capable and well fitted for the man agement of the county campaign this Fall Chairman Givens will announce an advisory committee later to act in conjunction with him and Mr Shankr Two Small Farms for Sale I One containing SI acres good 0 room dwelling rood tock barn and outbuildings all under good fence nnd every Held well watered lucre In young orchard 8 years old IX acres In grass In Rood state of cultivation relied lAQ pounds tobacco and year1rlceY room tenant lioiueM foot tobacco tarn well watered DU acres under new fence bal ance In tine timber IS eons well cleared line corn nnd tobacco land Price VO Hit uated 8 tulles South of Stanford on Homer set pike Tractao1Ison pike No Y It 1 mile from pike on county road Address or see mo nt Htanford Ky 110 UKItltY PUBLIC SALE slaving decided to go wetI will tell nt public solo at my hone place one mile from MOIwoodWEDNESDAY SN IT15 IOOI My farm of 8i acres It U known at tho Douglas farm It has on It a cottage of tour rooms n fairly good barn and other outbuildings JIBS three good springs and two good orchard 10 acres in meadow Ye acres of other pasture Ueinnlnder lies been In wheat and U now In ooru Is y of mile from Stanford her ol711eamlk tulle trout schoolhouse Good deed glen to bidderforcorn unit about 10 tons of hay S milk cows- lodey cows lu heifers two nod three years old r9 sheep lot of hogs household and kinben furniture one wagon and other farming tools Terms cash FRANK KOIIINHOX Maywood Ky PUBLIC SALE Having decided to dispose of n lot of ock and farming Implements I will on HATUUDAY SKIT 4 1KB at the J IL Paxtdn farm 1 tulle from Htan ford an Stanford 4 Knob Lick pike sell tbi following personalty towlt Five or sli work mules Y2 yrar old mules 1 5 year olc buy horse broke 1 gentle pony 1 yearling lllly a yearling Jersey heifers I yearllni 1 Jersey cowl 4yearold jennet I ages Jennet with jack colt at side Three tarn wagons Y bay frames X mowing machines hay rakes lows walking cultlraforsriding cultivator steel roller elder mill good as new dou ble shovels corn eUUlrciI trailer cart I- buckbonrd plow other things too numerous to mention Terms made known on sate Halo at 10 AM sharp dRfof sell two Cutting Harrows and one Drill JAMES MK88KK Stanford Ky Col Jl Chandler A- uctPUBLIC SALE OF Farm Live Stock and Farming Im plements On account of a change In business of my 10nlal1d my reason for selling Iwillofferatpublic auction on the premises on THUH8DAY SEPT 18 JOOO At 10 oclock A HI my fine blue grass farm containing ZPI acres to be surveyed to pur chaser tulles east of Harrods burg titreomites nothof DurKIn and two mlles west ot Hhnkertown on the Chatham pike adjoining the Lexington This in one of the illicit agricultural and stock farms In Kentucky It Is the bust watered place In tho blue every on the placo being abundantly Htipplled with never feiling The place Is fertile and superior for the cultiva lion ot tobacco hemp corn and wheat The farm Is equipped for tobacco raising with twublg barns The stock barn ls second to none IW acres are In blue grass and there mainder Inn high state of cultivation Tho dwelling contains eight largo rooms largo veranda And Is surrounded by nil necessary outbuildings Terms Onethird cash and Ins remainder four years with Gper centimterestpnpable semiannually from nt sometime and place the following SIx bend of big mare mules to cattle 00 hogs Jersey cattle two sweepsteaks besides farming machinery such as binders mow erg wagons plows harness and many other too numerous to mention Terms on versoanlpropertyt On nil suns of tiO and under over that amount n four months negotiable note without Interest Burgoo on the ground and plenty of It DBOuATiiAifUarrodiburg Ky L R Hughes T W Humble W O irtinI LESS THAN This is no dream but a stem reality We have a few Ox fords left iu Tans Vicie Patents 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 175 2 00 Oxford 150- I 50 Oxford 100 Etc Our Fall goods are beginning to come 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 wo will convince you that we mean business Dont forget that we are still offering Summer goods at tremendous cuts HUGHES MARTIN CO1 Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY r The Dixon To bacco Saver This Stove is what tobacco men use in their barns The tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money You can begin stripping sooner You ron put J to J ins your barns Call and see them W H HIGG1NS Stanford Kentucky MFt1aAwvvvvj The Waynesburg Deposit Bank i IINCORPORATED + i County Ky i JJfZ552Jyou save our not TS only advancing your welfare but is encouraging and assisting home Industry Besides the material benefit you derivo from a 4ii JZ bank account we offer you every courtesy and facility in handling your business The Ofllcers and Directorate of this 2 J Is mado up of men who are individually successful and Dankiable to Interests J IpreSIdent2 J Cashier i DIRECTORS Dr J W Acton C C Gooch Dr A K r Caldwell R Curtis L G Gooch James A G W Leach nj H H Singleton J W Vheoldon M E Wheoldon V 1RMM 1MsFMlAahM 1IMR M VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV- 1Vpsvv4vwvv wvyvvvvvvwyvv ++vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv If you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by E T PENCE STANFORD KY The Interior Journal ntered in the PosOfee ell Stanford oi Czcwmalltr L Si N TIME TKBLE No 21 Houth1126 r X NoI HOUth1105 A X No J4 North 4w A x Non North 577 P x No 17 1047 AM No 29 40px JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store i the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 ncrflof good blue gron land lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements nnd fencing good of water fruit Also m acres of timbered land one mileb Kaitof MoKlnn fencoplenty of water and good tobacco land see grow JlKtcrop JAOIVFNRAgent McKinney Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken a tailor of ex perience Then your clothewbetheralow- price bulnen suit or the lineal evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure 1 will aha take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy Volta top coattand overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your inspection KO RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnlih the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flower plant of- all kinds bulbs llower on short notice Also make u specialty of wreaths far for funeral purpose In connection with the above I hove nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices CIIRIIITMAN mEt N HOUSES ED IluuiiAno PBOB Htanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office 65 Insure with me and be fully protected YOUR BUY WODL HIDESAID FURS GnstcqGoldenare Dealers and can do better for than ajentj or commustoo merchant louurilleWritepingtags We funwh wool bags free M SABEL SONS 1aUHaNIas223 E Uarlet St LOUISVILLE KY INSURANCE ABMAHONY- Insures Tobacco To HemprProperty Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without disI countIJ L Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm P en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STAFFORD KENTUCKY n J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY r I0NPkone1011 HoraePhoneTB n 4ti FARMERS DEPARTMENT Winter seed oats for sale W D Hanson Moreland 4ti Frank Cordier sold to S S Elmore a saddle mare for 150 FOR SALE2OO good stock ewes A W Carpenter Moreland Fifty or 60 stock hogs for sale Coul ter McCormack Mlddleburg Let J S Murphy the McKinney miller do your custom grinding FOR SALE50 young ewes at a bargain James McKechnie Hubble J S Murphy the McKinney miller has just received a fresh car load of salt J H Baughman bought of W H Pepples 201150 pound cattle at a fancy price sonIr 230 j James H Woods bought in Pulaski eight mules colts and yearlings at 60 to 125 R M Tate of Pulaski bought of L Trimble a pair of threeyearold mules 350We 35 or 40 No1 feeding hogs for sale at once Lutes Co Huston vllle Ky S J Bell sold to J B Honaker a bay gelding for 150 and to R M Tate a mare for 100 Take your wheat and corn to J S Murphy the McKinney miller High est market prices FOR SALA nice gentle family horse seven years old also a good sad die horse E H Ballard C R Martin the meat merchant bought 18 cattle at 325 to 4 and a bunch of 175 hogs at 050 Advocate James R Keenes Sweep won the Futurity at Sheepshead Bay defeating a great field The race was worth 31 000 H W Turpin did well with his mules at the Somerset fair Of the 47 hung up Tuesday he got 4450 He got every tie except one red FOR SALEAbout 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 An aged Yellow Jersey cow free milker but with one blind teat left my place Tuesday Aug 3 Please notify N W Fowle Rowland Ky ESTRAYA black Berkshire sow and seven shoats weighing about 40 pounds left my place about three weeks ago Reward R C Nunnelley Turners vine At the Perryville fair James H Woods of this place cleaned the plat ter in the mule rings capturing 7 blues and three reds on his good string of mules 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 MENII have 200 acres of fine pasture 26 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle at 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 Denmark exports to Great Britain over 48600000 worth of butter yearly Dairying In Denmark is mainly coop erative In 1907 the 1085 associations had 158170 members bound as a rule ti the enterprise for 10 years The creameries In 1908 numbered 1345 HIGHLAND Born to the wife of J R Waters a daughter John and Burton Spires have moved into their property recently bought of Mrs James While playing with a corn knife one Hardin Cooks little daughters cut one oc her toes off and made an ugly woundThe ladles of the Methodist church will give an Ice cream supper at the homo of J H Butt Saturday evening Everybody Invited James Shelbys show gave two exhi bitlons here Friday which were rather slimly attended Those who attended seemed well pleased Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at the Methodist church and on Saturday evening at tho Christian church Let all of the members of both churches come out and take part in the services Ira Hollar picked up his gtin by the muzzle and it was discharged tearing off tho first finger of his right hand He thinks some of his children had been handling the gun and left It cocked Moral Never leave your gun load ed and always hang it on the rack John Meier and little daughter Irene of Danville visited his parents Miss Mamie Chestnut and Mesdames Wash Cook and Frank Horton attended the Somerset fair Manfred Chevolette of Ludlow was here this week to see his wife who is spending the summer with her parents A G Faulkner and wife Miss Fannie Hatfield who has been at a Chautauqua Assembly in New York for some time has returned home The Crime Of Idleness Idleness means trouble for anyone Its the same with a lazy liver It caus es constipation headache jaundice sallow complexion pimples and blot ohes loss of appetite nausea but Dr Kings New Life Pills soon banishJliver troubles and build up bealth 23o at Penny s Drug Store wJ o r l MATRIMONIAL Mr Bryan Carpenter of the West Endand Miss Grace Robinson tif War rensburg Mo were married a few days ago and are now on a visit to Dan ville relatives The groom is a son of Mr A W Carpenter and is a fine young man His bride is said to bo a beautiful young woman of many ac complishments Mr Lee Hart of Lexington who i well known In Danville where he has frequently visited and Miss Mary Mc Cullough of Springfield 0 were mar tied in Springfield Thursday at noon Mr Hart was until recently connected with the Reed hotel in Lexington He has leased the Rudd hotel in Owens boro and he and his wife will make that cltv their future homeAdvocate At 630 oclock Wednesday afternoon- at the home of her uncle Mr C C Withers Miss Addle McClary was married to Mr William Walnwrlght Hump rles of Little Rock Ark Rev 0 M Huey of Somerset performed the ceremony which was a very beautiful one and Mr and Mrs W A Yeager the latter a sister of tho bride stood with them Only a few immediate friends I and relatives were present After tho I ceremony Mr and Mrs Humphries drove to Crab Orchard Springs and spent the night Thoy will spend a few days with friends here after which they will locate on a farm near Little Rock The bride wore a beautiful cre ation of white and was very handsome She is a charming young woman ac complished and popular and will prove a jewel of u wife to the man who was fortunate enough to win her heart and hand The grcom hat been a success ful teacher and stands high m his com munity lie has tired of teaching and will become a tiller of the soil Our people give up Mrs Humphries with much reluctance but congratulate her husband on his good fortune FOR SALE UrocerleslinrdwareTinwareko ing fair business Liberal terms OU HAHHlH Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE I V Will sell a Clothing Hboo nnd Gents1 Furnishing store located In the best town In Iloyle county A great opportunity for the RSyUAddressford Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Maggie H Wheat PIITT Lena If Bur gees Ito Ikfeodllnh of safe- In obtdlente to n Judgment rendered In the above styled action at the May term 1900 the undersigned Commissioner will on lONIIAYHtaTI3TUlI00 county court day between the hour of land 2 P JIIln trout of the court house door In Htanford Ky offer for sale at public out cry to the highest and best on a credit of six months the tract of laud In BryantIiobbstho North by the lands of W P Grimes on rtncherslI1eMrs Mary K Warren containing 65H acre The object of the All e is for reinvestmentTKKMS Hand with approved security to the Commissioner will be is- qulret1of the purchaser bearing a per cent hovbgthesecured by lien on the land lAXTONlnaterOomrI Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court LincolnCircuitterm hUe In the action of W M McClurfey and others against J A Dunaway and oth era the undersigned Commissioner will at about 1 P HonIMONDAY 8KPT 13TH 1WI county court day In front of the court house publiea credit of six and IS montluthu tract of countyKyof his death and thus described WfromRobertllutchlsons storeRobertniletlumcnlar Martins corner thence H 20H K lit IIntinodes to n stake on the side of n hill where a lorIabranchtbencesri curlierthencedead white oak with ash hickory andaugn tree pointers his corner thence his lino H 8JH W apole 11 links to n WttYopoletolit H IX W 20 poiesT links ton polestoand H pole of land Bonds with good security for the purchase pllrchIUlrIKIIrIng hayIngtheforcesecured by lien on the Innd JHPAXTONMOLOO f P M Im Farm for Rentfor 1910 Mann contains ISO sorer Brick house of 7 room barns cribs and all outbuildings and line ao acre of bottom land w acres upland balance In grass and timber Heeding right this Fall Would like to rentbeore Hept 13 Onll on 1KKJJIXOTOJAK SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERINGII nm prepared todo nit kind of survoylnz and civil englneerlnK promptly My work- wII bo guaranteed and my price lira rcn lonnblo Write me at toKlnne7 or call mo thellustonvllleExchange WALTEU MoKINNKY Tin MoKlnnty Woolen Mills MoKlnnty Ky II now Irv operation and II ready to serve IlnseysBlanketswork wool or exchange goods for It High est mnrkut price for wool 011 WRIOUT Pr- orCONCRETING We are In posItion to do all kinds of con cretlni sucas Work Iarument I frombouae e you promptly and guarantee llr tcnii prlcnbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A tine blue grass tarns for sate situated on new near Iutnt lenvell and six uillc south of Iinncaster containing ao stores well located In Rood neighborhood being purl of the John talkertract with 1 linnet some new twostory suven room residence neessaqoutbuiWlngsandnever through TKHJIS H cash In hand balance ono and two years from day of sale bearing six per C paidIVrson place please write or sea W O WALKKK mnnford POSTED trlcUyforbidpassing on our places and will prosecute Tl olators to the full extent of the law prosFredIllbnrnUooch N II Hummer NuuneuoyJJ Kllruc InvldHtevens- John CnuienUcti vvinoordlfr Dan Traylor M U Klinorn JlnnclorfJJ K Motor Mr and Mrs Jas H End MurtonJJW K IHiughertr Frank Conller Hev JO Dr00 Perry lIaullhlllllnTrlohMr Margaret loooli Jacob launder TraylorHanAmend H liaefer M JHolmann KT Itenxley A U Mnthony I OwsleyLnttillJlIlIundleMcClureAndersonW M Ulslion Fred Vondruenlsan AdorNloMoserJahnChristian Jacob The State University Lexington Ky Tho Rate University Lexington Ky or grlcultuml iIntngEngineeringcourses each of which extends over four yenriuod lends to Bachelors degree also Dopartmunt of Ja and n Department of Education which last has boon established Instead of the Xornml Hohool Tenons who enter this dvpnrtmunt prepare for advanced work In pedagogy nnd are granted u lliicli elur delreulll subject when cotnplet ed This Academy for preparatory Instrua tlon is retained County appointee recrlvu trod tuition privilege of residence In tho dormitories fuel and light traveling expenses If they collellloteThe Int Oratorlol and museum are large well piiulppod comprehensive and modern Military Hclenca U fully provided for 111 rUe quired by Congress The graduates In the covernl courses of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculate for last year was 1UT8 Unch de partment hum specialist lit its head with necessary nuniiwr of nssl itantYoung women find an excellent home with board and lodging In 1atterson Hall which f5 well tHitilnpeil with nil the modern convenience bathroom hall for physical tudyInIdentical conditions with those applying to males finIlIg tlon hulldlnll nllord ample nnd commod loul quarter for these dcpartmant which nro rapidly Increasing In thenumberof inn trlculate For catalogue methods of obtaining ap pointment Information regarding courses of 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