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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 3, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909090301_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): September 3, 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. YOL. XXXVII. McKINNEY. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER NEWS NOTES. An earthquake was experienced In 3, 1909. NO. 54. BRODHEAD. HUSTONVILLE. Jack Cover lost two largo stacks of hay by being struck by lightning. k Born, to the wifo of Tildcn Frith, a Miss Cora Nunnelley, of Mr. and Mr. It. C. Nunncllcy. of boy. John Hamilton, of near Wildie, and tho Turnersvlllo icctlon, will attend ichool tho coming term at Uourbon Miss Lucy Hash, of Gum Sulphur, were married at tho home of the bride, Itev. College. Durham & lteynolda, throshcrmen, Gooch performing the ceremony. For a long time tho cry has been "too cay thoy will about wind up threshing next week. Tho yield of wheat is rea- much wet weather," but now wo need sonably good but tho quality very poor, rain and need it badly. Of course some corn is already made, but lots of it Is the way they report it. Mr. It. S. Scuddcr has returned from needs rain yet. Tho Sunday School convention to bo tho fairs with his string of horses ami reporta his success from tho Springfield held here next Sunday is being looked fair as follows: 23 shows, receiving 18 forward to with pleasure. The grovo at tho fair grounds will bo used and a biuo ties and threo red ties. Mr. Willio tanhatn, 19, and Miss Le- lengthy program has been arranged by na Mays, 18,a young couple from Casey Secretary Albright. A basket dinner county, boarded No. 6 for Helenwood, will be spread and several good speak Tcnn., Sunday, nl which place they ers and singers will bo present, includ ing J. C. McClary and wifo, of Stanwere joined heart end hand. Mr. Kdwln Ward Wnllii. who has a ford. School began here last Monday with lucratlvo position with Curry, Tunis & Norwood, at Lexington, mado a flying Miss Ida May Adams, of Mt. Vernon, The enrollment was 101. trip to McKinney to sea Miss Catherine principal. Murphy. Mr. McD. Foglo, of Yoso-mit- Miss Adams needs no introduction to entertained a fow friends during our people as sho has lived almost right among us all her life and we feel sure tho Liberty fair. It. II. Coleman, manager of the Co- that with her assistants, Misses Emma lumbia Singletrco Co., on account of Pennington and Carrie Frith and Mr. tho increased demand for his output, Jacob Elder, tho school this year will has been compelled to run night and be even better than before. Miss Eliza Piko is visiting in Corbin. day to All his orders, nnd being lighted o J. Thomas Cherry and wife attended up by electricity, it bears tho tho Somerset fair. Lark In Hicks nnd of a city. Everett Walls, of Valley Oak, Casey wife, of Beo Lick, were guests of W. county, after imbibing protty freely on F Carter. Mrs. Tilman Gilpin and son, some of Danville's best bug juice and of St. Louis, arc with relatives here. cutting a wide swathe at that place, Dick Albright and Dr. O. O. Stone atarrived at this place on No. 5 just in tended tho hop at Mt. Vernon Monday time to find W. J. Duncan awaiting to night. Mrs. James Bradley, of the arrest him and taking him back on No Sayers neighborhood, is very low with consumption. W. B. Middleton, of tho C, they relieved him of JG5 in cash. o Our olTlccr, Mr. W. J. Duncan, we Maretsburg section, is very ill. A child of Jack Lunsford Is very low are proud to say, had tho courage and backbone to como up last Sunday and with fever. Our physicians say there tell tho merchant, especially thoso sell- is a great deal of sickness in the couning intoxicating drinks under the head ty and they arc kept going day and of soft drinks, to close their doors. We night. Whilu wc arc throwing bouquets at desire by this means to let tho officers know wo will stand back of them and some of our friends and neighbors, we holdip their hands in the dischargo of will not conflno them to Brodhead, but will scatter them over tho borders of their duty. Quito a select crowd from hero en- the county. Our aim this time is nt joyed a very pleasant hay ride to Stan- J. E Woodall, of Livingston, better ford ono night last week. Thosu who known as "Ed." Mr Woodall is 37 went were: Misses Graco Strawn, years old, whs born and reared in LauAlice Gooch, Lena Heck, Ituth Tanner, rel county on a farm At tho ago of Archie Mooro and Josephine Coleman. 18 he entered the service of the L. & Will Dayton, N. as n section hand, but was soon proMessrs. Lynn I'yatt, Montgomery Durham, Willio Murphy, moted to foreman, and on account of Walter Murphy. Sam Heck, J. T. close attention to business was mado a Gooch, Kay Murphy and Kay Tanner. supervisor, in which capacity he work After being shot at and falling over ed for u number of years. Finally tirbridges, tho crowd arrived homo at ing of railroading, especially the Sunmidnight, all speaking of Mr. Varney day work, ha uccepted a position with Tanner's kindness while in the city at Kellogg & Co., furniture dealers, of Richmond, Ky , in which work lio is hia drug store. Miss Mary D. Deck is visiting Miss now engaged. At tho ago of 21 Mr. Nish Morford, at Kwlng, and will go Woodall married Miss Lucy E. Daniels, from there to Hourbon College, Paris, of Mt. Vernon. They havo no family. to attend school. Mrs. G. T. Ashlock, Both arc devout members of the Bapwho has been in ill health for about tist church and are loyal Sunday school eight weeks, we are proud to atato is workers. Mrs. Woodall has on several appointed to represent cut again. Miss Htsth Tanner, the ac- occain complished daughter of E. J. Tanner, the Baptist Orphans' Home, of Louisis visiting her aunt, Mrs. Sam Burk, ville, at tho annual meets of the Associations. Mr. Wood-al- l at Junction City. Mis Grace Strawn, is ono of the deacons in the Livingsof Columbia, Ind., Is visiting friends here. F. M. Ware, who attended the ton Baptist church. Not meaning to Brodhead fair, came homo complaining flatter him at nil, but we recently heard s in evof catching considerablo cold whilo it said of him: "He is there. Miss Mollio Goodo, of Lexing- ery respect." Ed is a red hot demoton, is visiting Miss Archio Mooro at crat nnd a subscriber to the I. J. this place, and I judgo from tho ad mirers she has It will be a good while IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. before tho young people will give their The wifo of W. S. Oldham is dead at consent for her to return. Richmond. e, rcsom-bianclit-tl- only daughter Panama. Mrs. Graco Snell, of Chicago, has just married her soventh husband. There have been 10 deaths from chd-er- a In Rotterdam since thediscasomado Its appearance. Col. Duncan B. Cooper, tho murderer of Senator Carmack, has just inherited 112,000 from his brother's estate who died in May. Gov. Willson has issued a proclamation naming Monday, Sept. C, as Labor Day, on which he says no one shall bo compelled to work. Fugitive Taylor says he has made two trips through Kentucky recently but stopped no longer than was necessary to change trains. Ho promises another visit in October. Co., independent toTho Clark-Scobacco manufacturers, of Scranton, Pa , filed suit in the Federal court nt Covington against tho Burlcy Tobacco Society, Clarcnco Le Bus, the president, aid(10 other men ns defendants. The plaintiffs demand $130,520 damages. Following the close of tho cotton futures market at New Orleans Hester's nnnual crop statement was made pub, lie. It made the commercial crop for tho past year 13,82.r,457 bales, tho largest 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 Maugct, 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 a week ago. His bond was placed at $10,000, in default of which he v. as locked in jail. He is 75 years old. The Hardy Grain Co., of Union City, Tcnn., one of the largest concerns of tie kind in that State, has mado an assignment, with liabilities of fl36,M52 and assets of about 1100,000, cqvered to somo extent by mortgages. George Hardy, president of the company, accidentally shot nnd killed himself last week. At a meeting of the district board of the Hurley Tobacco Society nt Winchester it was charged that the National Society of Equity had violated the peace pact nnd that President Drayton hid raised its demands from $10,009 to $30,000 in consideration of its support l, of the Burley pool. Congressman tt Can-tril- Allen & Swopo shipped to Cincinnati ono car of butcher cattle at 3jc and a car of lambs at 4c. The Hustonvllle Produco Co.'s busi ness continues to increase and their shipments East aro almost daily. The foundation of AdamB Brothers' building is completed and a crew of bricklayers is at work on the structure. A splendid farm of 170 acres, on the pike, with good Improvements;) possession in 10 days from sale. Price, $8,000. Addres Box 82, Hustonville, Ky. 2t. Misses Sallie and Lena Back are the guests of Miss Ollie Hayden at Dan ville. Mrs. Alico Foster Helm, of Lexington, was the guest of Mrs. Jas. K. Helm. Every member is earnestly requested to be present at tho Hustonville Christian church next Sunday morning at roll call. This centennial roll book will be sent to Pittsburg. Thos. J. Bell, formerly ofjthls place, has been employed at a good salary by tho Citizens Llfo Insurance Co., of Louisville, and given Casey and other counties for his field. Jess It. Routt, who is up after n long sclge of sickness, desires through the Interior Journal to extend his own and his family's heartfelt thanks to their many friends who wero so kind and thoughtful during his Illness. John Lynn's fino show mare fell thro' the bridge atTurnersvillo Saturday and was badly injured. The case will be taken to tho courts if necessary to se cure judgment, nnd when it is won others of a similar nature will follow. Squire Daniels, of the firm of Bland i ( Coprrlcht looi, j tyi & Daniels, of Abelinc, Tex., was the Man bchattner.V Marx guest A. B. McKinney and family. IIAKT, SCIIAFFXEIt & MARX'S StTI TS arc made by tho largest taiHorace Bohon is at homo after an ex goods and loring house in tbo United States. They cut nothing but tended trip in the West in the interest guarantee every garment bearing their label to be of the Kentucky Wagon Co. For thu betterment of our school it is earnestly requested that all friends of education meet nt tho college chapel TAILOR-MAD- E, Monday night, Sept. C, at 0 o'clock. Business of importance will bo present ed and the consensus of opinion of the entire district will bo requested upon vital educational subjects by thu board The Best is None Too Good ior von. all-wo- ALL WOOL, of trustees. Miss Lucile Dinwiddie, of Oklahoma, Mr. John Dinwiddie and wife, who are her grandparents. Orestes Floyd secured the appointment from Lincoln county for the Stato 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 OIlio Hayden, of Danville. An accident which almost resulted in death occurred Saturday when the horse driven by R. Spragens, Miss Florence Spragens and Roscoe Murphy, stumbled and fell, throwing them over a embankment. A stump on the edge of tho precipice stopped the horse and carriage, preventing it from rolling down upon them. It is a mira cle that were not all seriously hurt, but fortunately all escaped with only a few bruises. Pharlna fVifn nml rlnntrlifor nf WilB mington, O., are visiting their relatives, G. A. Eubanks and wife. Miss Bettie Lyon left last week for a visit to friends at Springfield, 111. Miss Bet tio Peavyhouse is with relatives in Cov ington. Miss Edna Lipps has accepted a position with a large millinery establishment in Baltimore and is delighted with her work. Tilden Woodson, now a prominent merchant of Vicksburg, Miss., is visiting the sccnesof hischild-hoo- d in tho West End and his "many friends are glad to see him. is visiting PERFECT IN FIT, PERMANENT IN COLORS. FULL SATISFACTION. EXAMINE OUR NEW FALL LINE. bn president of the State Equity and his board were Bald to I a keeping the faith. Dr. Frederick A. Cook, of Brooklyr, who in July, 11)07, departed in search of tho North Polo and who had not been heard from for over a year, startled the civilised world with a telegram from Lewrich, in the Shetland Istands, nn nouncing that ho reached the Pole April 21, 1008. Dr. Cook is returning on the steamer Hans Egide, duo nt Copcnha gen Saturday. In his final dash for the y, Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. first-clas- polo Dr. Cook was not accompanied by a whito man, four Esquimaux being his only companions. The news of his sue cess is generally credited. CHURCH MATTERS. MIDDLEBURG. Itev. W. It, Hunt preached key Knob Sunday afternoon. Jewo Fogle and tho writer tho Sunday School convention Baptist church Sunday. Willie Lanham and Miss Lena Mays eloped to Tennesseo Sunday and were married. They took advantago of tho prayer servfww at Carpenter Creek school houso and slipped away from tho old folks. Tho groom is a son of It. P, Lanham and tho brido a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mays, of the Kidds The mysterious girl baby, which was left nt tho homo of John Hopper last Wednesday. March, died Somerset at Tur Journal. William Itiley Lorman, a native of took In Madison county, Ky., died at the home at Ulivo of his son at Galesburg, III., at tho age of 10G years. Tim Murphy, tho buggy manufacturer, and a mighty clever man, is dead at Danvillo nt an udvanc-- e J ago. Ho left a wifo and three children. The store of Samuel Levitan at Danvillo was entered Sunday night nnd a considerable quantity of goods taken. A number of handsome dresses belongn ing to Mrs. were taken. A man who gave his name as J. W. Jones was arrested at Chattanooga with somo of the goods, Tho Itockcastle County Association of Baptist Churches will meet at Brod-hea- d on Tuesday, Sept. 7, and continue threo days. Tho first day will be devoted to the work of tho Sundayschool. A report and messengers from every Sunday School In the county is very much desired. A. E. Albright, secy., Itev. Win. Williams, pres. well-knowLandy-Lovita- Itev. T. W. Barker will preach at Lo gan's Creek church at 3 r. M,, Sunday. Itov. Ed Hubbard will preach at at 3 o'clock Sun Moore's school-hous- e day afternoon. Rev. A. A. Higgins, of Glasgow, will jireach at tho Presbyterian church Sun day morning and night. Preaching Sunday morning and nigl t at tho Methodist church by Itev. D. W Epworth League at 0:15 Robertson. - Store section. It is said that several lads of this town planned to leavo the parental roof Saturday night and try their fortunes in a country beyond tho Ohio, but for some cauio their plans did not mate riallze. Q. It. Jones will glvo a fall enter tainment at Oak Park Sept. 18, when a good time is expected. Mr. Jones tells us It will be somewhat of the na turo of o fair. He will give several premiums on farm products and make It a saloday for mule colts. The Ow ens Brothers will furnish music and the youthfulnesa of tho boys ought to be a drawing card. The democratic county committee acted wisely in the selection of a coun ty ticket. We have yet to hear a Bin-Iobjection to any one on the ticket Tne republicans admit that a stronger ticket could not have been named, but claim they will be able to snow it under. It might be well, however, for them to wait for the hatchmg before they count the chlcktM. e Twas A Glorious Vlotory. healer, Infalllblo for Bolls, Ulcers, There's rejoicing In Fodora, Tenn. Fover Sores, Eczema and Piles. 25c at A man's life has been saved, and now Penny's Drug Store. Dr. King's Now Discovery Is the talk Kentucky Fair Dates. of tho town for curing O. V Pepper of deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could Somerset, Aug. 31- -4 days. not work nor get nbout," ho writes, Frankfort, Aug. 31- -4 days. "and tbo doctors did me nogood, but, Nicholasville, Aug. 31- -4 days. after uslnir Dr. KlngV New Discovery Bardstown, Sept, 1 t days. three weeks, I feel llko a new man, and Fair, Mlddlesboro, Sept. 1 ean do good work again." For weak, t days. sore or diseased lungs, Coughs and days. Paris, Sept. Colds. Hemorrhages, Hay rever, La- Monticcllo, Sept. 7- -4 days. Grippe, Asthma or any Bronchial af Kentucky Stato Fair, Louisville Sept. fection It stands unrlvuled. l'rlco 60c. 13 G days. and f 1. Trial bottle free. Sold and "Health ColTee" Is the cleverest guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. It Is the weak nerves that are crym Imitation of real coffee ever yet made. ing out for help, Then help them, Dr. Shoop created It from pure parch-o- d Gov. Willson appointed Judge B. F. don't drug tho stomach or stimulate judge grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fino in Roach, of Harrodsburg. special to pre- the Heartor Kidneys. That is wrong. Clay county circuit court is made in just ono minute. of the a number of cases in which the Vitalize these weak lnsldo nerves with lluvor side in No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. regular judge la disqualified. Dr. Snoop's llestorallve and see how Sample freo. Penny's Drug Storo. fast good health will como to you Sold" by Tbo little Candy Cold Cure Tablets again. Tost It and see. Five persons were Injured, one fatalcalled Preveotlcs, will In a few hours Penny's Drug Store. ly, and damage estimated at 9500,000 resulted from a fire which destroyed safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe. Evelyn Thaw denies that the U seekSola by Penny's the transfer and storage bouse of J, A. Try them! ing divorce. Biases: la Pittsburg. Drug Store. TrI-Stat- e Just received a complete liuo of Full nml Winter Shoes for Men, Women or scalded br overturned kettle cut Murray Taylor will fill his np with a knlfo bruised by slammed door anil Children in Patents, Vicis, Gun Metal, Ox Wood nml Box Calf. Moro styles than ever shown hero before. Prices are always the lowest. pointment at tho Baptist church next - injured by gun or In any other way Sunday morning and all members are tho thing needed ut onco Is Hucklon's Arnica Salvo to subduo Inflammation requested to bo present. and kill tho pain. It's earth's supremo M. Seared With "Allot Iron, Look ! Look ! Look! Rev. J. -- SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. THE FOUNTAIN OF HEALTH. COME TO RHEA SPRINGS, Good for all Liver, Kidnoy anil Bowel complaints, Tlio C. N. O. it T. tickets on Friday und Saturday, goxl for 10 days, to P. sell rouuil-triSpring City ns follows: $4 30 86 05 Kings Mini u tain Lexington 5 00 Pulaski 3 05 Nicholasvillo 0 40 Waynesburg 4 25 High Bridge 5 05 "5 Wilmoro lturgin ft 00 Science Hill 3 IK) Danville 3 00 4 00 Soruerbct Juuctiou City p 74 m Modern Hotel. Doctor. All conveniences. Hack meets all tralus. Ask your KHEA SPRINGS HOTEL Co., Illiea Springs, Teuu. c. ..-- . ' Jl The Interior Journal. E. POLITICAL. NOTICE I C WALTON Democratic Ticket. Kor Circuit Juris, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. Kor Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer. Kor HtntoHunntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln comity. Kor Dan Borden, democratic county clerk v Imvn morn! our produce, hide, and from Myer.'atahlo of Pulaski, has resigned on account of poultry huatneaapurchn.ed of (larlandto our tore recently ill health and Judge Uarnctt has apfrom poalofnce. We .till pay caah fornll kind, of country produce. pointed his son, M. H. Harnett, to suc!ANi.t llDCHANAY.Htnnfnnl.Ky. ceed him. Lawrence B. Finn, of Franklin, was nominated at the democratic convention at Owensboro for railroad comNow Liven missioner to succeed the lato McDj Depot B. D. CARTER, Phono 00, Ferguson. Stroot, Heprcentntlu', W. H. SHANKS Fory.'ounly J ml no, JAMES P. BAILEY Kor County Attorney, W. S. BURCH Kor Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE KorHhcrlff. W. L. MeCARTY Kor County Court Oierk, GEORGE B. COOPER KorJnller, DINK FARMER Kor Asacatnr, JOHN C PEPPLES KorHUerliitcndcnt of Hctiooli, GARLAND SINGLETON Kor Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For MnRlilrate Htnnfonl lMitrlct, JAMES MeKECHNIE Kor Conttnble Htnnfonl District, I. M. BRUCE Kor .MngUtratcCrnl) Orchnrtl District, J. WARD MOORE Kor MaKiitrnte Huitonllle Dlttrlct, J. K HELM, SR Kor Mnglttrnfe Wnyrje.burit tllatrlct, JOHN M. CAMDEM KorComtnlilo Wnynraburit Dlttrlct, JOHN G. BAUGH ATtho harmony banquet given Senator Bradley at the Seelbach the This and That. other night, Toastmastcr E. C. O'itear The A. H.Ohrlinmn fnrm of VOncrcs, lying read a number of "wireless" telegrams The loss of life from flood along the ono mllo Kiisti ot Moreliind. Lincoln county. n uo rcn hi inuw uigne.i iiiuuer on from prominent men not present. This Santa Catalina River and other streams HATUltllAY. HK1T. nil. .. flitfTrtv litMtllt I, w . III fmiit nf alleged to be from Gov. Willson is a Monterey, Mcx., is .tore, Moreliind. Twenty Ilium ncre. lor in tho vicinity of two amplo and n very laughable one: "Sor w heut nnd eight for corn, bnlnuce In it run now estimated nt over 3,000. Many good, ry I can't bo with you. Don't go out Bmall villages were totally wiped out. improvement, KIlWAItl) AM'OltK. Kor. A.U.UIirlmmn. at night any more. Have stopped night double-heaA work train ran into a ll't). lltMtonvllle, ug, riding." As ho prides himself that ho er freight train between Uiddlesburg has stopped night riders in their mad and Saxton, Pu., on thu Huntingdon career, the point of this is peculiarly ami Broad Ton railroad. Three men patent. were killed and two others were seIn nnd Manufacturer of THE question "what is whisky?" has riously scalded. been agitating the government experts The now battleship Michigan was offi- Marbto and Cranlto Monu for several months, but tho answer has cially turned over to the United States ments, Tho lat not been published. A British expert Government by its builders. Murker, and lo.l.. Cemetery nnd 1 Jiwn says: "Whulcy is n spirit obtained est acquistion to the United States V'n.e. nnd Settee.. Oltlcu nnd work., Ky. from distillation from a mash of cereal fmhtimr force is of the Dreadnought grains saccharified by a diastaso of class and one of the largest battleships malt." Why not let it go at that and alloat. add: That it is responsible for more James Littral, oged eight years, shot old sister, Ger headaches, crimes and sorrow than any nnd kil!d his Owing to wanting to lie thing ever invented. Look not upon it tie, at Nicholasville. The weapon used nwny from home ome nnd nummer, 1 have tills l)lx to rent my shot gun, which decided Mill.. ilrlMii by water nnd HUer when red or any other color. was a ltoller .ttiim the boy did not know was loaded, and power. (looil locution. Mill In llr.t-cltop The Eminence man who contracted picked up to play with. Theoff of tho condition. W. H.TltAYI.0lt. and her was U. K. I. No i, Htnnfonl, Ky. an "affinity" marriago recently, which little girl's head over blown the room. scattered slipped a cog wneii lliu vioiuuri turned brains over tho Stale lino, South of Just up in Now York and gnve an interview Somerset, Deputy Sheriff W. L. West that it was only a trial marriage, of was shot by Ewell Phillips, the ball which she had repented, has taken to passing entirely through his lioily, relimine .ulTered conaldenihlu annovance death Phillips himself n third spouse, after legally sulting in almost instanttho authorities, nud dntnago from outlaw.. In brenktng galv surrendered himself to inicne. aim tenriug down anil iie.iroying freeing himsulf from tho consequences but would not discuss tho shooting. my gntet, on thn county road tbnt run. through of tho second venture. Somo men do There had been bad feeling between a rewardmy fnrm, I have concluded to otter lor Information leading to the cotiwction ol tucli xr.ou or ierou. I not profit by experience, but persist in the two men fur quite a wnue. n win liieniore Kle llim urn ol !) (or running their heads into a hornet's lending nrre.t and conviction Washington's Plague Spots of nny party or to the my that lime broken lutrttea, nest. the Intche. on nny nf giite.,orthnt lme He In tho low, marshy bottoms of the utweitdownor lorn down nny ot my gate, u on thu county road which run. from tho JelTersonian barbecuo at Louis- Potomac, tho breeding ground of Tub HUktonlllo turnpike to the Mllledgetllle ville Tuesda'v and Wednesday was a germs. Theso germs causo chills, turnpike, through my farm: nnd ! will give the .nine, amount for Information lending big affair. Democratic oratory was on fovor ond ague, biliousness, jaundice, to thaurre.lnnd conviction ot any party or pnrlle. who In tap and burgoo and other good things lassitude--, wonkncss and general de- above offense..thu future commit any of the flowed freely. Our Congressman, Hon. bility and bring suffering or death to Wllneu my hnnd tbl. 10th day of Augu.t, T.J. Ill I. U Hit. Harvey Helm, was one of tho orators, thousands yearly. Hut Hlectrlo Dlt-te- 1V.V. and and his speech was a gem. Hundreds never fall to destroy them of democrats enjoyed tho barbecue and euro molarla troubles "They are tho w'ent home determined to work harder best tonic and cure for mafor the success of tho party. laria I over used," writes R. M. Louellen, S. C. They euro On Panvllle.t Iliutonvlllu plkeof StO ncre. Oua brother, Mr. W. P. Walton, James, of Liver, Kidney and Ulood in i.iiu-oirouiuy, Ky.,;, nine irom Stomach. Tbl. furml. well luiDroied.iiood well could not stay out of tho harness long. nnd Troubles and will prevent Typhoid. nnd cl.ternfrom nbuudnnru of .lock water fuml.bed .prlng., Mo.t He is not built that way. On WednesGuaranteed by Pen- ot farm lu gran. I de.lre to null thu farm Try them, 60o In the next aidny., together with the .lock day ho assumed control of tho Lexingny's Drug Store. and crop, the .tock con.Utlug of XI highton Gazette and from now hence his bred Jennet., Jack., nil ngea, 10 brood mnret, irtgl.tered; I regl.teml .talllon; U Papers. editorials will bo the feature ot that Summer Sale ok Wall acre.oi corn;iaorai (lack, oi nay; la rillpaper. Tho Gazette is an afternoon Greatest reduction ever made in wall ing Implement, of eerydecrlptlon. I will gooa quality ui jy ii he whole outfit or any uartof Extra paper and one of the very best publica- papers. per roll as low as 3c. Don t and iII I. ell the farm without the the. tock .tock, I papers, mutt .ell not later thuu ru day. mj a. to give In the State. tions fail to see the greatest assortment be- me time to make n .ale of my .tock. Alto mule, from work mule, down fore it Is nicked over, as the prices that nave colt.. If Christ had come somo of the news- have been put on this stock will make toYou will have to w thli farm to apprepaper)) would not make as much ado as if go In a whoop. Such bargains have ciate the location and the many advantage. tter.on from dlilnnce they do over the return of Harriman to never before been offered here. Wo of thl. farm. Any farm can come to More-lanthl. paints that deitrlng to .eecounty, Ky., on the (jueen A or Lincoln the United Stated, notwithstanding have a lot high standard A. b. UlD ar riosini? out at cost. m t'reicent route, till, farm being only about Roosevelt dubbed him an undesirable bons, Main street, Danville. Ky. H mile from station. In two weeks President Taft will leave Beverly on what will provo to bo presiIn many ways a dential tour. Tho president's first stop will bo In Boston the evening of Sept. 14. whero ho will bo tho guest of honor nt a big banquet given by tho Boston Chamber of Commerce. Tho following jour morning ho will start a 13.000-mUney back to Washington. Indications from returns in tho re publican primary In Whitley county are that tho county judge's raco is very close between B. F. Rose and J. C. Lovitt, with chances In favor of Lovltt. C. Bird was nominated for County Attorney; Jonathan Stanfill, Clerk; C. W. Itcnfroe, Sheriff; Matt Morgan, Jnilor; Frank Davis, Superintendent of Public Instruction; A. J. Silcox, Assessor; L. P. Lay, no opposition for Cir0 cuit Clerk. It is estimated that was spent in the election. At a meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee at Louisville Wednesday the action of the governing committee at Lexington was revoked and a now order of party management in Kentucky was put into meeting effect. At the Lexington Thomas A. Combs was made chairman of tho Campaign Committee and a Cam paign Committee was named. The resolution adopted is as follows: Bo it ro- solved by the Democratic State Central Committee, that tho following named gentlemen be and are hereby designated and appointed to conduct tho Stato campaign for tho year 11)09: Henry R. Prewitt, Thomas A. Combs, Allio W. Young. Ollio M. James, Wm. Addams, J. A. Sullivan, W. A. Berry, J. C. C. to Mayo, Ben Johnson. record-breaking $25,-00- STANFORD. KENTUCKY. J. J. BELDEN, Kor Home nnd Cnrrlnite I'liliitlnirnnil Trimming. I'nper HnimliiB.dtin nnd Ixx'kunlth-liiHliop opposite deot. J, J. IlKt.nK'c, Htnnfonl, Ky STOP THAT HEADACHE i.n. Htnnfnrd. Kv..lll aumilr your need, nnd Ktiiirnnteo mtl.fncllnn. lie nl.o carries In lock Kdlion phonournptu nnd the Intent record, which jou cmi liny for cn.li, or on monthly Imtnlimcnta. CMI nnd let ti tnlk the mutter orer. lly liming your eye. properly lilted r mi ,..ln r., mil Lu.. .fin, W, kyi:mtkmti:i kiikk. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I n III de.lre to .ell prltntcly my .tock ot nnd llnrdwnre. lolnit it Hood bual- Wilt Imolce nlout IzA). Kenton henltli. OKO. I). UOI'l'KH.Htnnford, Ky, (Iro-eeri- e. FARMS FOR SALE 1 1 wlah totell prlvntely my fnrm of Ufncrca nt Jumbo, Lincoln County, Ky. four mile from McKluncr. Una on It uood dwelling, good Iwrn, cellar, .print, home, i in nign .win 01 line Tin. er, etc Alio hn four other nmll fnrm. for ante. All well Impnm-d- . Term, antla-factor- HtnnforU, Ky., It. K. I). No. 3. ILttHII'I'liK, I Home At Auction If, tlr.t-cln.- county court dnv. Monday. HeDt. 13. tho property on Innllle Avenue, Ht.n- ny w. u. winter., lln. n lorn, occumt-nre residence foodgood .tinpe. nnd outbuilding, nnd Hplendld cl.tern s nnd In Mr garden. Intention linn neighborhood. Will .ell In front of the old court hou.e nt I Ml .Monday nlternoon. rtepi. ia, ivm, .sir., uugn ueiu, r;. 11, Mnry lVnnlnKton, Htauford, Ky. PUBLIC RENTING! Our especial effort is caring for those things the boys and voung men wear. If you want the NEW THINGS and NICE THINGS always come to us and you can find them. d Harry Jacobs, r H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky. dripping springs. '03S2QgO0B2QSgaaS3S P. O. Crab Orchard, Ky. now open for the vnMn. Write to Spear. KUher, Man.ger, for folder. O. L. I'cntiv K. II. C'ofley K. H. Colcmnn I. Small Farm For Sale neigh-oorhoo- I FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TRY OUR Talcum Tinnier, SjKinges, ' MILL FOR RENT! six-ve- I de.lre to .ell privately my fnrm of S? ncre.. In Lincoln count), teveu mile, from Mtunford mill two mile, from Mnywootl, on good road, mile from pike, lu good clone tn church, rural route and S, r iimi. lilt I, frmtt ltfril . hiuiku I unit hII ductlve, fnrm In grn.., Uilnnce In cultl-ration, nil under good fence, tomlnrlnlile hou.e of .lx room., new barn and all other outtiulldlng.. Abundance of line wuler nnd double-barrele- d iruuoi an Kinui. It. JO J. T. LIVlMlMTON.Ky. K. No. I, 1. Htnnford, Il.tth Unifies, Toilet ami Ilnth Soaps AND Our Ico Cold Sxla Water with .Tency C'rcnm uii.l Fine Fruit Flavors, REWARD. PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITT, Moreland, Kontucky, infor-inatlo- ma-Url- KorSOdnv.. Ill order to clean un on Mat ting.. Drugget.. I'nrix-U-. Hug.. Ktc. Will give W er cent, reduction, irnve.ome rare imrgnin. in millinery Home big luirgnln. lnclo.eout. la wall miner. Nlte .election of framtd picture.. Now I. your time to uuy n uanuMime innutlu mirror. Unll nnd .ee them. Choice .election of rocker., (iood linn of bed., metal and wood, metul . and wooil folding leili,erllHi,cot..mattre.-e..prlng., couuehea, Davenport., chair., tult ca.e., grip., trunk., extuntlon tntile., centre table., medicine cablmu, gla... a.li.door., Jtc. Onllnud .e in. Well eiiulpped .tock of funeral tuppllr.. Her leu night or day. (1. II. PltUITT, Moreland. Ky. vvvv m ft" j PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. $ 0BBSSBBEBE3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN J882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. rs d Farm for Sale Dinwiddie u .More-lannever-falling & Co., s Hustonville Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-date OFFICERS. . t; d of goods. "Wa havA strain in our midst" that The Louisville Herald refers to the doughty antagonist and generous critic, wniLon. sanguinary soul of Gen. P. P. Johnson. linn w. h cnrlnln. willwiiuotj a uo&c.vu. have no less aia mni The writer should have a care. The nersonal llavor than that with which he Ilnvlug.otd my farm, I will .oil to the lf general broke his best catiu over an ed- sniel tho Stato Journal. Louisville hlgbe.t and In'.I bidder, at my furm, mile North of Md'renry, on (be itor's head recently for a much less of- Times. ua II lluckeye turnpike on VVKIINKBDAV HKIT. G, IUU0 fense. Palua of women, bead pains, or any at 1U oVIock a. M the follow lug iwr.onal proertyi tine 5 vear old (Mill ily hior.e: 1 THAT good paper, the London Demo- pttiu stopped lu 20 minute sure, with live )eur old .addle mare; I good family mare.wyeur old. crat, John Pear) editor, has just round- Dr. Shnuu' Pink Pain Tablets fee gootl mule mare, 1thai liu. uroven to be a nliv twoeuroldhurue by murei two sear old 3 yearling ed out Its first year. May It llvo and full formula on 25o box. Sold lior.ei, I auckltng colt ahor.ei mule, from work Penny's Drug Store. two to three )enr.old i good yearling Jack., prosper forever, mid Its clever promo1 good .lx year old Jennet with jack colt t ter never die. I .1. . old Jenm her In Clinton county, Dan Ueatty shot yearaide ,Jenu.t eurfoulittwo l lu foalold tbriv year In old his son. Dock Ilcutty. In the stomach Jeraey cow. aud calve. ; milk cow a. printed Hon. with a revolver. Inflicting a probably I dry cows u good abort yearling .teer.; I Thk Courier-JournalM Harvey Helm's speech made at the fatal wound. It is claimed that ueatty Jer.ey bull; pu Uirrvl. of new corn,farm-lu- g houwholu uud kllclun furulturu and Jefferson llarbrcue Tuesday and It is shot his boy accidentally. Implement. mighty good reading. m TKHMrtv All.uunof 10 dollar, or under, all A tleklluL ordrycuuehctn be quick ca.li give iuiiii over Id dollara. the purcbaa-e- r note with A contest has been filed by John L. ly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Couj;h to to dua January good aeourlty.aald note be lain, and to bear Inalx Wells ssaiast w. II. Jones, who re- - Itemedy. No opium, no chloroform, terval at the rate ofll. ier rent, per aunum Iruiu maturity IIIJ paid, and tu Im negotiaceivl tb certificate of nomination for nothing uusafa or (larrurd U.nk A ble and harsh. Sold by-- Truat L'o.,DuvaUu at theKjr. county luiko at the recent remibllcan of luoate r, tflntry ia LdttreL I'ennj'u Drug Stere. J, W. HlhU -. one-haSi 1 1 Jeu-uL;- S m citizen. II. II. KINO, Moreland, Ky. S. Honker, President;. S. T. Harris. John , McRoberti, Cashier; II. C. Daughman, Atst. Cash'r W. W.W.Saunderi, Bookkeeper. DIRECTOR. F. Held, , II, Daughman, M D, Klmoro, J. M. I'ellut, H. C, Uaufhman, . I'. Cumratos, S. T. Harris, oo. 0, Hobiosoo, U 'Mv OUannon . S. Hocker, C.lB.Tats. PUBLIC SALE Stop That Cold To check early cold, or Grlppa with TrtT.ntlrt" Dean, aura defeat for I'n.umouU. To .top a cold Tho Cofleo with tbe Strength, Flavor nnd Aroino.' with ir.aUcaUaa!rthanioltltrun and be otUred to cure It afltrwarda. To be aure. rra we will give T.atlct will cur .veu a deeply icatod cold, but taken rarlr at th. anera t4a ihar break, or Five FumiiU Colll-- e at !)5j headoS Um early cold.. Thai', luraly Utux. That', why they are calUd rnvantica. 1 Nickel Dip Cofleo Pot ut 81.50 1'r.T.nUca.r. Jlttl. Candy Cold Cure.. No Qoto. Id, no phic. nolhlct aickenlsg. 'lc for the thoroughly ul. too. If jou faal children and chilly, tf you unit, li joo ache all over, think of rmeatJea. rroartoaM mar auo lave half your utual alckntu. And don't forget your child. U For thirty tlayuyou ravo tharela favarUhnra. nurhtoruay, llarela proh. ably Hat l'raventif.' (mUtt .ffidwey. Sold la to Uu.t for the pocket, alio In Ste bona ot tl fmaoUca. laaUt on your druifUU glvlog you or tho noxt 30 days m 1 00 " , ", r 4. 81) 25 81 25 '" 3 J . l- f - GIVE IT A TRIAL. "iiSLIX - .'. Prcvcntics PENNY'S MU8 SJORE GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. o . - rT r 3T it r R--i: Jr,. K 1 ss;7 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 fairly outdone themselves this season. The workmanship is as near perfect as human hands can , designers have make it. Buy now and be ready for the first cool days. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BTAJO-onn- & SON. second-hand STANFORD KY. ll Misg Mnry Bruco. is with Miss Annie Bruce, of Boyle, Is with Two good stoves for sale , Kv., - Si:rr. .1, J 900 SrrctAL Joan of Arc 10 cent clgnr wo will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only 0 cents fltralght. Penny's Drug Store PERSONALS. - Mrs. IUttik Hockkb is ill. Mose CoOLEYis clerking for ShuRnrs & Tanner. Matthew Fenzei. has been ill of malarial fover. Louis-vill- o U. Weaken Hughes was in this week. Fmd Cook Is clerking for tho New Stanford Drug Co. Mits. W. K. Siiugars Is visiting her parents at McKinney. Mrs. JOE Murpiit and liltlo son nre with Lancaster relatives. Mrs. W. 0. O'Hannon Is with Lancaster friends and relatives. Miss Belle Denny spent a few days with relatives in Lancaster. L. C. liEKNARD. of Dayton, Ohio Is with Mr. T. J. HIH and family. Misses Dora and Minnie Straub are in Cincinnati buying millinery. Miss Sosan Kisnr.n Woods Is with It T. Bruce, S M. Owens, F. M. Mrs. C. F. Chenault at Richmond. Miss Jlnnie Kankin, of Hubble, is Ware, It. S. Scudder, W. S. Dryo and others are attending the Somerset fair with hor cousin. Miss Ahco Kankii. this week. is at tho E. Mh. W. Mrs J Carver Jones and daughcones. fair selling ico cream ter. Miss Pauline J one, who have been Mu William Mersiion and little visiting tho family of Mr. W. P. Grimes, left for their home In Kansas on aro visiting at Lebanon Junction. Wednesday. Mta.4 Lucy Lee Walton is viiiting City Miss Sarah Curtis, of Hustonville, Leave your order for Swift's friends here. Hon W. II. Shanks nto burgoo In Globe Fertilizers with E. T. Pence, Louisville Wednesday. Stanford. Kr.v A. A Higginb, of Glasgow, Is ALL pupils of all grades arc expectvisiting tlio homofolki here. Mr. It. M. Nf.wi.and has Joined his ed to report for school at main school wife ntCrab Orchard Springs. building Monday morning Sept. 6. Miss Mary Bruce won on embroidery Lost, between fair grounds and the and drawn work at the l'crryvillo fair. Miss Mattie Hvys Owsley Is a St. Asaph hotel, a shell comb. Finder guest at tho hotro of Dr. J. B. Owsley. will pleaio return to this office. Messrs. George r. Bright and J. T. Mcnefce attended tho barbecue in For Sale A splendid building loton Louisville. Logan Avenue, next to Mr. D. M. AnKev. II. It Noel, who has been ill. derson's. Mrs. Nancy Ixgan. Is convalescent and able to fill his ap pointments. Wanted. A good, respectable white Miss Virginia Bourne leaves Mon girt who wishes a good home at good day for l'arls to teach music In Bour wages. Mrs. K. Lutes, Turneraville, bon (Jollcgo. is back from Cary, Ky. . Harris Coleman aI Bell county, where he spent much oi THE Stanford Graded and Hich his vacation. W, Harry ocnuui win uegin operations next ra Drs. E. J. Brown and Send your children on tho openHlggina went up to Rockcastle to see a ing rlnv. pationt yesterday. . AT the Hankers' Association meeting Hon. II. K. Bourne, who married at Danvlllo yesterday Mr. W. M. Bright'a subject was "Overdrafts and Miss Anne II. Shanks, of this place, Past Due Paper." lost a store-rooat New Castle. His Mesdaues Annie Engleman, Susan loss is $2,500, with $1,000 insurance B, Yeager and Charles J. Kitchen, Jr., and Miss Sue Taylor Engleman spent Saturday, Sept. 2."th. Is the last yesterday and y at the Somerset day for filing turnpike, miscellaneous, lair. James It. Beazley, James II. Woods and merchants' cluims against Lincoln mm i on-da- y. m m at a bargain. Farrl.4. Lost, black rat terrier. Tip of tail cutoff. Responds to Trixle. Liberal reward. J. Henry Hankla, Junction or City. i '! llllll'TJJ L. II. IIurIics T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Singleton -- Mis Allco Singleton, aged about 40, died nt Wayncsburg of a complication of troubles Tuesday. She was a sister of Mr. II. II. Singleton and a mighty good woman. The Kentucky League of postmasters will meet in Louisville Sept. 14 and 15. All of the Kentucky P. M.'s are expected to bo present. The League's motto is "Proficiency," and our post master, who is a member, is entitled to all the good coming because he is pro flcicnt. LESS THAN COST. This is no dream, but a frtcrn, reality. "Wc have n few Oxfords left in Tans, Vicie, Patents, Oxblooils, Etc., in this goods. Latest style?, etc. They must go regardless of sen-son- 's cost. The king bolt of John B. Camenisch's milk wagon broko Tuesday morning and the horso took out at a break-necspeed with tho two front wheels. In front of John Owsley Reid's Garage tho runaway camo in contact with a buggy occupied by Miss Jennie New-lan- d and a wheel was smashed for her. k $3 50 3 00 2 50 2 00 I 50 Oxford Oxford Oxford Oxford Oxford $2 25 2 00 I 75 I 50 1 00, Etc. Mr. B. W. Giv-en- s has been selected as chairman of the democratic campaign committee and Attorney Thos. H. Shanks, secretary and treasurer. Both gentlemen nre capable and well fitted for the manGeorge B. Cooper, County agement of the county campaign this county. Fall. Chairman Givens will announce Clerk. an advisory committee later to act in The Kentucky Supply "Co. nt Dar- - conjunction with him and Mr. Shankr. vllle. Messrs. F. Keid, A. E. Hundley and II. C. Bright, principal stockhold ers, has been bought by the Danville Ice & Coal Co. Good Selections. Our Fall goods nre beginning to come iu and we do not intend to carry goods over. We had rather tnkc our Iobs now than to carry to next season. Our loss is your gain. Come to Don't sec us and wo will convince you that we mean business. forget that wc arc still offering Summer goods at tremendous cuts. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., i Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Two Small Farms for Senate. Misses Bessie Gose. of Danville, and Bettie Shomakcr, of Hansonville, V... havn heen vialtinsr relatives near Stanford. Mrs. Nannie Scott, of Hanson-villVa after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hanson, in tho West End, returned homo Wednesday. Mr. James F. Cummins and wife and Messrs. It. L. Hubble, M. B. Eubanks, Miss Mary Miller Walton at Lexington LOCALS. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wray and chilFor hemp knives go to Farris. dren are attending tho Somerset fair. Mrs. Marvin Adams, of Danville, Tohacco men, read W. II. Higgins' is with her mother, Mrs. Annie New- advertisement. land. Pure canncl coal at J. H. Baughman Misses Vesta and Mellie Burlin- ...up r itntliT. nre with Miss Minnie & Co'n. Try a lond. Sine. Don't miss our coiTeo bargain; for a . of Boylo. was Miss Sadie Minnie Hup-le- few days only. Farris. tho guest her cousin, Miss Let mo insure your barn nnd tobac Miss Mary Vanoy left Wednesday co. W. A. Tribble, Stanford. for Martins, Tcnn., to accept a posiPhone No. 183 when you want tintion. of Orlando, Fla., ning and plumbing done. W. K. WarMr. G. C. Keller, U visiting Danvlllo relatives. -- Ad vo- - ner. m Lost, at the juvenilo fair, a child's rain. Mr. S. D. CAMniFLL. of Washington ombroidered jacket. Notify Mrs. I M. county, visited his relative, Mrs. W . Bruce. II. Mueller. Mk. A. C. Sine hss opened, nn office Miss Bessie Hill and Mrs. A. C. in B. I). Carter's livery stable buildinp. Hill aro visiting Mrs. John B. Mention He is agent for machinery, fencing, at Somerset. rooting, etc. md j. H. McIIargue and wlfo. of B It (lays to advertise. The gold brace Tyrone, O. T aro with Mr. W. let lost at Crab Orchard and advertis family, Hill and flu M J. Brown went to Barbour ed for was found and promptly return villo Tuesday to perform an operation ed to tho owner. tick for appendicitis. The L. & N. will sell round-triMiss Kouerta O'Hannon loft Tuea ets to the Paris fair Sept. 7, 8, 9, 10 .inv fnr fnitalia. O.. whero sho will and 11 at ono faro plus 25c, good re teach this session. turning Sept. 13th. Mh. Addison L. Baldwin, of Mays cot For Sale. Beautiful villo, was hero Saturday and Sunday to tage, garden, barn lot nnd barn, on Lo Miss Marv Crow. i Mrs. Tnos. B. Baldwin, of Madison, Kan avenue. Prico and terms to suit is with her daughter, Mrs. W. u purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Khnnki. who is OUltO ill. I WILL be at the bank each Saturday city prosecutor of to collect the taxes for tho Crab Orch Hill Louisville, is visiting his wire at ur, ard Graded School. Penalty goes on ' Ed Alcorn's In Hustonvillo. Oct. 1. George W. Bronaugh. Is at Nicholas MunERT The postoftlco at Turncrsvillo was villa tho truest of Miss Luciio Bell, Patrons of the who haa a house full of young friends discontinued Tuesday. Miss Maky Koontz. of the Waynes ollko who take this paper will please burg section, who has been very ill with adviso us whero to direct their papers n .nmnllrntton of troubles. IS COnvU We failed to mention the fact at the lfBcintr. time that Clyde Curtis' buggy horse and wifo, of Mr. Will Cromwell won first at the Brodhead fair tho last aro at Crab Orchard day. Mr. Curtis is proud of his good Frankfort, Springs. Mr, Cromwell Is clerk of the and wants the Kui-llym -p five-rooCari-ENTE- Salel do not ask us for credit on school books which nro sold nc State contract prices and are not our books. Lyne Bros., druggists, Crab Orchard, book depository. One contalnlnff 2a acres, uood a room duelling. pood stock lutrn nnd outbuilding, well niiunuer 1 khxi lenco una eery neiu yeurs wittered; ncru In jourm orclinril, 3 old; Uncresln Krns; nil In Rood statu of eultlMitlnn; raised l,so pounda tobiu-c- unil in luisuem wuifii jht acre on u inn jeiir. ncrea with Price. tfMl. Nwond trnut of touic-tluirn, leniinl Pulaski made no wbII watetvd.Julioll.e,..! foot new The democrats of o ncrea undvr In llnu tlnitHT. IS ncrt'i Hull clcnrtnl, mistake when they nominated Mr. Jas. nnttcornnnu toixiccoinnu. i"ric. imi. M. Roberts for sheriff. He is one of S inlli'n South of Hlimfiird on Koturr-x- t 1 .No. 1 In on nlku; No. 1 the best citizens of that county and is mllupike. Tract on county road. Aildrem Isor from pike liked by everybody. H.O. HKIIUY. It is predicted ko mo nt Htnnford, Ky. Please ... The Dixon Tobacco Saver. This Stove is what tobacco men use iu their barns. tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money. begin stripping soouer. Tho that ho will easily defeat his republican opponent, Mr. Weddlc. PUBLIC SALEI You can horse's achievement e, J. W. Acy, W. O. Walker, Henry Fields, Thomas McBcath and others aro attending the Somerset fair. Misses Blanche Van Deveer and Kose Alcorn left Wednesday morning for Vancouver, Wash., where they will teach in the State School for the Deaf, They will stop' at the Seattle Exposition, Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Gover returned Saturday from Olympian Springs Saturday and Mr. Govcr says he has nrl iMntru thn I. ..U tbuAtAr1 medtemepropwHesof the water just wUaL-pMMiMt Journal world to know that he Is a winner any where you put him. The juvenile fair was a howling suc cess. Almost as many people were there as at tho big fair the first day and en thusiasm ran higher. All of the rings wero hotly contested but tho warmest was the stick horso 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, whilo Spalding Hill us secretary and Claiborne Walton as ring master were tho best over. Emll Greenburg furnished the music. The juvenile fair was the happy movement of Mesdames G. G. Perry and J. N. Saunders and the youngsters aro under many obligations to them for pushing tho enterprise to a successful end. Some 30 was taken in at the gate. Dr. Perry has the thanks of the "association" for the use of the grounds free of cbvg. IIn lilt; decided to go W'tit. I will iell lit public mlu nt my home plact out' mile from MnvHood ondlrt rond leading from May- wood toCraliOrcharil.on WKDNKSDAY.HKIT. 15, 1W". My farm of nj ncrci. It Is known lis tho Kouglns (arm. It ha on It a cottngu of four roonii.n fiilrly Rood burn nnd other oiitbulldlnns. Has three cood piirltiiz nnd two Kood orchard. Ill acres In meadow . a) ncrvi til ouit-- pa.ltlre. llemainilcr nna been In win at and l now In iMiru M , of mllo iiiIIm niln. biuI from Mtnftnl flood deed lilCen to from mirclinMir, Will oil to the highest bidder for caih In hand. Will nlo tell my crop of corn unil nhottt lOlona of liny, S milk cows, ludrycowa, lu helfern, two and three jeura olds is aliecn. lot of hotrt: household nnd We learned with deep regret of the kluheli furniture, ono vwiion Mid oilier iooi. death of Mr. Georgo C. Keller, Sr., at iiiriiiini; I'kivk it rnia ctttn. Mnywood, Ky, ItoniNKo.N, Harroddburg. Deceased was 75 years olu and a line old gentleman. Ho is survived by his wife, a daughter, Mrs S. P. McDowell, of Danville, and two decided todlipoooof n lot of Block II sons, Mr. George C. Keller, Jr., for mid aliiK fnrmliiK iiiipiemtnu, I will on merly of this office, but now residing HATl'ltUAY, HK1T. . IMW, J. II. l'axton farm, I mile from Htnii-torat Orlando, Fla., and Mr. Henry Kel nt theon Stanford A Knob Lick pike, sell the ler, of Harrodsburg. Mr. Keller was a following personalty, to.wlts Ho or alx mules, 1 devout member of the Methodist church work mules, iMiy horse, broke, gentle pony, curling yearling Jersey helleri, I jearllDg and an excellent man. For many years filly, 1aJersey cow',1 Jennet, 1 nged bull, he had filled a responsible position in lennet with lack colt nt aide. Threo farm Millions, ihuy frnmea, 1 mowing machines, 1 tho First National Bank of his city. hit) rakes, Scorn planters. 6 turning plows. z winning cuitivniors, i ruling cmimiior. i The trustees of tho Stanford Graded steel roller, elder mill, goodI as new, J douKnitter enrt. ble shoeli.l corn cutter. School closed a deal Tuesday with Clark buckboard. plow gear and other things too numerous to mention, ivrma inuue jtuuw u & Brown, tho Danvlllo plumbers, for a on day of ante. Halo at 10 A. x. sharp. Will system of steam heating, which will be one also sell two Cutting Harrows and Drill. placed in the school building at once, JAMKHMKH8Klt,ntanford, Ky, It will not interfere with the school, Col. J. 1'. Chandler, Auct. which will begin Monday morning, next. The Bystem will cost about $!, 800 and will be ready for use within six weeks. Wo think the trustees acted OP wisely and believe with thorn that It Farm, Live Stock and Funning I in will be a saving of money in tho long plemcitt8. run. It will take less than a third of the coal the eight stoves did, the heat On account of chance busluess of will be more regular and it will mean sons and ni self n which laIn my reason my lor selling, I will otter at public auction on the more room for school work. premise on THUHHDAY.SKIT. IS, At their country home on Tuesday At 10 o'clock a. M. my flue blue 1UO, farm, grass from 2 to 5 o'clock, Mrs. An containing r;a acres to be surejed to afternoon located lle mllea tast of Harrodsnie Harris Engleman and daughter, burg, three miles nolh of llurglu and two Miss Sua Tnylor Engleman, charmingly mllea west ot Hhakerlown.on the Chatham U. pike, adjoining the 1es.liigton pike. entertained at "progressive euchre" in one. of the finest agricultural nnd This stock farms In Kentucky. It la probably the beat honor of Mrs. Charles J. Kitchen, Jr., watered Pluio In the blue grass country, uuuiiunniiy of Ashland. Thero were 30 or more evry lienion tue place ueiug water, 'the with neer-falllnguests present and tho occasion was a suppliedfertile nnd auierlor lor the cultlwi-llo- n place la of tubucco, hemp, corn and win at. The most pleasant ono for all who had the farm la equipped lor tobacco raising with plcasuro of being present. Tho tlrst twit big burns. The stock barn Is second to grass and there, acre aro lu glass dish, was won by none. IWIn u high stateblue oultlMitlon. 'lhu prize, a cut of iiinlnder dwelling contains eight largo rooms, largo Mrs. S. D. Hartley; tho second prize, u uruudii and la surrounded by ull necessary 500 deck ot curds, was won by Mrs. outbulldluga. Terms: cash and Eliza Harris, and in cutting for the con- the remainder In one, two thrtu and four prize, a pound of candy, Mrs. ears with per cent, Interest, uiHl.e siml. solation mutually, from date ol deed. Will sell at E T Penes', Jr., came out victorious amuollme mid place the following) Hl Mrs. S. J. Embry, Jr.. presided at tho head ot big mare mules! no cuttle j iJ bogs; aweepsteaks; frappe bowl and served the guests in Jersey cattle, two such as binders, besldis mow fariiiliie machine! y. her usual charming manner. Jces and era. wagons, plow a, harness and many other cakes, elegantly prepared, were nerved thlngatoo nuiunrous to mention. Terms property On 11 and those fortunate to be present were on personalcash, oerI tliut all sums uoffour umouiit loud in their praise fur the delightful and under. mouths' negoiiaoio note wnuout interest. hours afforded them by the hostesses Hurgoo on the ground, and plenty of It. 1). U.OhatiiAsi, Harrodsburg, Ky, and guest of honor. Col. W. P. Walton, former editor of the Frankfort State Journal, and at present in business in this city, returned to Lexington with his family from Atlantic City where ho had been spending a delightful two weeks. Col. Walton was in his office Friday morning meeting many friends. Ho reports n splendid vacation and a fine timo at the beach, but the return trip, ho says, was extremely wearing. Lexington Herald. You can put to J in your barnc. Call nnd see them. r acliool-hout- lri W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. PUBLIC SALE! l The Wayncsburg Deposit Bank (INCORPORATED.) .'' 9.t..i..p.p.p.p.,.p.p.M.m0p,Pi .44444t i, Wayncsburg, Lincoln County, Ky. J S J Z S 31 ear-ol- 1 1 2 2 2 PUBLIC SALE! ''WWtrW''prW4OTWaW4Wrai tmm.p.tw44W4 Back of all industry and enterprise btands flnaoce; always ready nnJ willing to encourage anything worthy that will nd- vance tho interest ot tho community; but tlrst of all individual thrift and industry, the loyal support of homo banks by homo people Every dollar yon save and deposit in our bank Is not only advancing your welfare, but is encouraging and assisting home Industry. Besides tho material benefit you derive from a bank account, wo oiler you every courtesy and facility in hand- Hug your business. Tho Olllcers and Directorate of this Dank is made up of men who are individually successful and collec-tlvely ablo to safeguard your interests. Ot'i'lUUiis:- - it. u. uoocn, i'restueut; m. K. Wheeldon, Vice President; James A. Hays, Vice President; Stanley Mcintosh, Lasmer. DinKCTOItSl-- Dr. J. W. Acton, C. C. Gooch, Dr. A. K. Caldwell, It. Curtis, L. O Gooch, James A. Hays, G. W. Leach. U. H. Singleton, J. W. Wheeldon, M. E. Wheoldon. g Oue-tlilr- d t If you want the Best Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by E. T. FENCE, STANFORD. KY. H-Poti-Ofi- ;. The Interior 'Journal. i'twiwamN"ii'w ri,i; ''""m&mw FARMER'S DEPARTMBHT. Winter seed osta for sale. W. D. Hanson, Moreland. 4t. u at Stanford a Frank Cordler sold to S. S. Elmoro a "nlrredin ths saddle maro for $150. fcwnd-cfa- u mnttir. For Sale. 200 good stock ewes. A. W. Carpenter, Moreland Fifty or CO stock hogs forsate. Coul x. No.il.Hotith.IliMr. H. ' ter & McCormack, Middlcburg. No.Sl,nouth,ll:OS A No.Jt.North.4H0 A. M. Let J. S. Murphy, the McKtnney No. . North, o:'.7 P. M. NO.T7, 10:17 A.M. miller, do your custom grinding. No.t,J:Wr. M. Fob Sale. GO young ewes at n bargain. James McKcchnle, Hubble. JOS. S. RICE, Agent. J. S. Murphy, the McKinney miller, has just received a fresh car load of salt. J. H. Uaughman bought of W. II. Surgoon Dontlst, cattle nt a fancy Pcpples 20 1, MATRIMONIAL. Mr. Bryan Carpenter, of the West End, and Miss Grace Robinson, of Mo., were married a few o days ago and are now on a visit to 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 accomplishments. Mr. Leo Hart, of Lexington, who Is well known In Danvillo, whero he has frequently visited, and Mls Mary Mc Cullough, of Springfield, O., were married in Springfield Thursday at noon. Mr. Hart was until recently connected with the Reed hotel In Lexington. Ho has leased the Rudd hotel in Owens-borand he nnd his wife will mnko that city their future homo. Advocate. At 5:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon nt the home of her uncle, Mr. C. C. Withers, Miss Addic McClary was married to Mr. William Wainwright Hump-rieof Little Rock, Ark. Rev. O. M. Huey, of Somerset, performed the ceremony, which was a very beautiful one, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ycager, tho latter a sister of the bride, stood with them. Only a few immediate friends and relatives were present. After tho ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Humphries drovo to Crab Orchard Springs nnd spent tho night. Thoy will spend a few days with friends here, after which they will locate on n farm near Little Rock. The brido wore a beautiful cre ation of white and was very handsome. She is a charming young woman, ac complished and popular, nnd will prove a jewel of u wife to the man who was fortunate enough to win her heart and hand. The groom has been a successful teacher and stands high in his community. He has tired of teaching and will become a tiller of the soil. Our people givo up Mrs. Humphries with much reluctance, but congratulate her husband on hi good fortune. g, Dan-vllls, Farm for Rentfor 1910. T unit line room, Farm contain acres upland, Imlonce In stum nnd timber, Heedltiq right till Knll. Would llko to , rem.wrore. nepi. is, uauon springs) acre ot bottom loud; Mb. Halmk J. lKi!icnTn K. 1). II. IM acre. Ilrlck home nf tmrna. crllM and nil outhulltllnfft o L. &N.TITCETHBLE Round-Tri- p to Iouiavillo No. l.Htantonl, Ky, SURVEYING AND CIVIL EN6I NEEHINQ. I nm prepared todonll kind of ttmeylng and cl II engineering promptly. My work will le guaranteed and my price nre reasonable. Write nm nt McKinney or cnll inn oer the telephone through tho llustonvllle Sunday. Sept. LOUISVILLK & KASIIVILLK It. K. 19, 10:15. A. S. PRICE, r.xciiaiie. WALIT.lt MoKINNP.Y SPECIAL TRAIN. Leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. Lenvcti Ioiiisville m (i ; Tht MoKlnnty WmImi Mills, McKlnniy, Ky. I now In, operation nnd la ready to acne the public In making Jintia, Llnseyi, lllankela. Flannels, nrna, Ktc. Will either work wool nreichnnga goods for It, Highest market price for wool. C. H. WUK1IIT, l'ror. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. v. M. price. nrrivci Louisville returning. Dan Whltls, of Pulaski, sold to a son Office over McRoberta Drug Storo in of Milt Tarter two suckling mules for the Owsley Buildinp. $230, James H. Woods bought in Pulaski I FARM FOR eight mules, colts and yearlings, at $60 BASE. BALL GAME, LOL'ISVILLH vs. MINNEAPOLIS TWO GAMIW. SALE The farm of IWncres", of good blue grass to $125. land, Ijrlna ono mile North of McKinney ,on U. M. Tate, of Pulaski, bought of L. nnd the Htanfonl pike. Improvement fruit. mules Trimblo a pair of fenclne good; plenty of water nnd liind one mile Alio 123 ncrrs of tlmU-reKnttof McKlimey;hnlf under fence; plenty for $330 of wnternnd good tobacco Innd. Hio Brow We have 33 or 40 No. 1 feeding hogs .,.....,.t. A.nlVKNH. Avent. Mckinm-y.Ky- . .J""-"for sale at once. Lutes & Co., Huston- vllle, Ky. S. J. Bell sold to J. B. Honaker a Have your mensure taken by n tailor of ex- bay gelding for $150 and to R. M. Tate perience. Tln-- jourclothea,hethern low a mare for $100. price business suit or the llne.t evenlna clothes, will bate that individuality and fit Take your wheat and corn to J. S. which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will nlso take your meas- Murphy, the McKinney miller. Highure for extra trousers, fancy ests. top coats'nnd overcoats, fjirlng and Hummer est market prices. lamplvton hand ready for our inspection. For Sale. A nice gentle family II. O. HUPLEY. The Tailor, horse, seven years old, also a good sadHlnnford, Ky. dle horse. E. H. Dallard. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! C. R. Martin, the meat merchant, I canfurnlili the public with the boat, ns bought IS cattlo at $3 25 to $4 and a plants of bunch of 173 hogs at $0.50. Advocate. well ns the freshest of cut Doners, nil kinds, bulbs, potted Mowers, on short notice. AImi make u specialty of wreaths James R. Kcene's Sweep won the Fufor for funeral purioes. with the nlmve, I have all turity at Shecpshead Bay, defeating a In connection kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable. great field. The race was worth $31,- Pr'Ce'CHlllHT.MAN (.HKKK IIOUHKS. 000. KD IlUllllAIIII, l'BOH. H. W. 'f urpin did well with his mules Htanford, Ky. at the Somerset fair. Of the $47 hung Insures Tobacco and Tobacco up Tuesday he got $44.50. He got every tie except one red. Barns. Fou Sale. About 50 tons of good Nothing But timothy hay in stack; will have baled as soon as can sell. G. Y. Conn, Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. The Insurance Mao. An aged yellow Jersey cow, free STANFORD, KY. milker but with one blind teat, left my Kesldeneo I'hone S; OlHce, 95. place Tuesday Aug. 3. Please notify Insure with mo ami be fully N. W. Fowle, Rowland. Ky. protected. Estray. A black Berkshire sow and seven shoats, weighing about 40 pounds, WWE left my place about three weeks ago. " BUY Reward. R. C. Nunnelley, Turners-ville- . V YOUR three-year-old CONCRETING We nre In position to do nil kind of concreting, such na lllock Work, 1'nriMiieut nnd. In fact, we can mnkenny thing from i house down ton fenco post. We ran acne a you promptly nnd guarantee work and material. Call ami get our prices before you buy your material nt least. llrat-elna- Beautiful Parks and River Rides .1. - " When Ordering Clothes S. MCE, Again L. it N. It. It. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD C0UN TY FOR SALE ! A nne blue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near Itilnf lny ell nnd alx utiles south of Ijincaster, containing 'Jin acres, well located In good neighborhood, Wing tmrtuf the John Walker tract, wltlia handsome new. i residence thereon, with nil neceatarroutliulldlngaand ( 0.WI.I IIH.' liiiPll 1J1.A1 XOall uiiIumI never falling anrluga nnd creek runnlnir through. Tmixi.- -', cnah In hnnd.lmlnnce one nnd two jeara frouulay of sale, bearing alx per ui iniei, si uniii imiti. Persona looking fur anch place plense write oraeo W.O. Walkkh, Stanford, two-atoraesen-roon- THE SHOW OF SHOWS .r9Zais?H HBiarZTk JL7VF H01SE SHOW 6 DrDAYS5lQAAAnOnjN--t- H UIU NI6MTSJU.UUUPREMIUMS AND-HIPP0DR0- I' INBUMXI,V.?N Insurance. FOR SALE llitrdHiire.Tlnsv-nre- I Jesse ;D. Wearen, (loo.li. Notions, Groceries, . Ac: about ti.ui). Do ing fair limine... Liberal terms. 0. 11. IIAIUUN. Crab Orchard. Ky. Htock Irv POSTED. whill. nnntn. a, ,,,. Ilnw .,,1.11. forbid hunting, fishing or nny kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law. Mis Maltle Hewea, Itelrhentmch Ilroa. A. T. Trnvlnr Fred Kallmann, N. II. I'luininer, i.liburniioocn. Will Heater, It. I J. Nunnelley. Ilaughmnn J. W. IVck. J. W. llruce, David Htevena, J. K. Win, Conller, JohiiCnmenUch. M. 1. K more. DanTrnjIor, llntllliOlli'k. Fml Hnutlorf, D. M.Audrr.on. J. J. Thompson Mr. nnd Mr. Jna. II. Kads J F. Moser, A. vfllut.il Mr. N.J. Horton .Mrs. Weo. Iigan. J.J.It.Klllott. Daugherty W. FrnnW Cordler, ltev. Father Dr.O.O. I'errj. 11. W, dailies. s. II. lliugliiuan, A. I). Hoot t'rlali Albright. Mrs. Margaret (loocll. Jacob dander W. H.Trajlor ieo. V. I,len, Sam ltniirts. .lonu juier. Amend reliaefer, M.J. Hofmatin, K.T. Ilenllc) A. It. Matheii) L. S. (lamer. Mrs. J. II. Owsley, II. I Fngitley, M.J. Morgan, II. O. Wat kins. S.T. Harris. It. II. Crow. J.C. Hundley. C. K. McClure, Mr. NBnnle II. flooil Anton ltf,ii,.rLp. Anderson Curr, W. M illation. Fnsl VouOrtienlgnn (... tTntM SiI.ip T. L llaughman Mrs. Rebecca It. Carpenter McOllltl. W. Kfiiint J. r. Miner I). He lera, John s. Christian Jacob, XL'a I ' FOR SALE I Will sell n Clothing. Hhoo nmlOents' Mtore, located In the boat town In llovle county. A im-a- t importunity for the right man. stock lll linolcetilxiut (.",&. Alio rem at. J., care interior journal. Mail- ford. QusrlerolaMlflioBWIllDellere. FOIV INrORMATION-CATALOCUE-tNTKY DAILY LLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS ' GREAT . SIDE SHOWS ON JHE PASS 25 25 Here the llaest lire stock u J lbs best firm prodocts trt sscmbltd lrln J mtrls friend, amusement Is combined wllh lalormslloa. Shownta er thine, dtj and n!bt la Iho Urtost and most oafnlllcent Lire Stock rsTllIoa la tbe world. RACES-NATIE- n III. CONE. ?-- ?- i- -- W ,W '. WOOD . pigtagi. Wefurnuhuool btgslree. Rt. SABEL & SONS, tSTABUHCD IN Feathers, Tallow, Btcsvtax, Cinstro. Golden Seal, (Yellow Root, etc We are Dealers, and can do better for you than amb or commUion merchaati. Reference, any Bank b Louuviile. Wrte fcr weeLly pnee list and ship. Tirnrs...nmf niutorujni Commissioner's Sale Lincoln Circuit Court. Jones Bide. EkETs?nHI 320 Paul LOW RAILROAD URATES BLANKS. ADDRRS9 . J. W. NEWMAN, SciroUry, Louisville. Ky. I At the Perryville fair, James H Woods, of this place, cleaned the platter in the mule rings, capturing 7 blues and three reds on his good string of mules. A pale red cow, fat and weighing about 00 pounds, left my place Friday night, 13th. She has crumpled horns and is getting along in years. Notifiy T. J. Gross, Crab Orchard. Cattle Men! I have 200 acres of fine pasture, 21 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at G. Y. Conn, 73c per head per month. Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. IBSfl 223 E. UarletSl LOUISVILLE, KY. INSURANCE. Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and- - Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention are paid without given to losses which Idis-cou- nt. bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, R. B. MAHOINY To- Denmark exports to Great Britain over $13,000,000 worth of butter yearly. Dairying in Denmark is mainly Maggie II. Wlirntl'ltT., Ina II. llur-ge- y otlce of tale. etc.. IH'femlantft. In olH'dlplUT to it Judgment rendered In t lie nlKe styled action nt tho May term, 1WJU, tint undersigned CommUtloner will on MOXim.HKIT.l.TrH.llUD, county court day, lietw een the hour of I and 2 h, m.. In front uf the court houiu door In Stanford, Ky.,olTer for .ale nt nulilto outcry to tho Highest and best bidder, on u credit of nix mouths, the tract of Innd In Lincoln county, Ky.. owned by llrjnnt llobln at the time uf till death. lioutHled on the North by the lands of W. I'. (Irlnics; on the south by the Htanford and l'reachers- tile turnpike, on the Weil by the landi of Mr. Mnry K. Warren, containing CV, acre, The object of the sale li for rclnetincnl. Tkkmi. Ilond with npnroved security, patable to the Commissioner, will be required of the purchaser, bearing tt per cent Interest from date of mile until paid, hnlng the force and enYct of n Judgment, and secured by lieu on the Innd. J. II. I'AXTON, Mmter ComT. 1". M. McltOIIKIlTrt, Att'y for riff. TJXZA Ciic Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, 3. H. SHANKS. J. B. PAXTON. PRESIDENT $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. Tie State University, Loxington, Ky. The Stnte t'nlveralty, Lexington, Ky., of" fer the following course, namely. Agricultural, Mechnnlciil Kngliieerlng.l nil Klectrleul KiiIii""'!ps, Minlns Knglneerlng. Classical and seen Sclentlllc couries, each uf which extend on'r four ton llaclielor's degriu; nlso )earuud lendsof Ijiw it Dcuirtiiient nnd n Department of Kdiicntlou, which last has been establish! d Instead of the Normal School. Persons who enter thlsdeparlmcut premre forndaucda work In iH'ilagogy nnd nre granted n degree 111 this aubject wlieu cnmplit- eu. ine.caoemj lor preparatory nisiruo lion Is retained. County uiipolntie receive free tuition, privilege ui resilience in sue uoriuiiories, fuel and light, traveling expense. If they remain 10 consecutive months, or one colleg line ear. Thelaboratorle and museum are large, well iulped, compreheiislv u anil modt rn. Military Science I fully provided for as required by Congress. The grnduati In the several courwa of study readily llnd employment with liberal remuneration. The total numlier of matriculates for last jcur was I.iCh. llach department has n specialist at its head, with the necessary numlier of naslitnnta. Young women llnd an excellent home, wiiu ooaru nnil louging, in t'anerson linn, which I welletiuliiiied with all the modern conveniences, bathroom, hall for physical culture, ut (I vr week. All courses of study in vue i mversiiy are ojieu to women oil Identical conditions with those nppl) lug to male. The completion of the Agricultural, Mining Knglneerlng. laboratory and Kdtica-tlo- n buildings afford ample nnd couimod. louaiitiartera for these departments, which nre rapidly Increasing In themimberof line iriciiiate. For catalogues, methods of obtaining appointments. Information regarding course of study nnd term of admission, apply to J A. K. I'.vttkkhox, I'll. I).. I.L. I)., l'rcs., or to D, C, Fuazkk, Ilualnet Agent. ltach-elor's. the 1.0S5 associations Lincoln Circuit Court. had 153,170 members, bound as a rule A directed the Lincoln ti the enterprise for 10 years. The Circuit1'.'", by n Judgment ofM. Kcfcruary Court rendered at the . term, In the action of W. Mctlulfey creameries in 1908 numbered iiuiuittay uuu oiluxiu uwicra ukiuii.i j. undersigned Commissioner will at ier, the p.m. on I In 1907 1,3-15- Commissioner's Salel .. DIREOTOR31 J. highland" IJ. Owsley, Stanford: S. II. Shank, Stanford; Geo. V. Carter, Stanford John IJ. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks. Stanford: T. C. Itan- kin, Lniicatur; J. II, I'axton; Stanford; W.VII. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; It. L. lluhlilc, Luncatter; V. IT. 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 knifo one of Hardin Cook's little daughter's cut one o her toes oil and made an ugly wound. The ladies of the Methodist church will givo an ico cream supper at the homo of J. H. Butt Saturday evening. Everybody Invited. James Shelby's show gave two exhi bitions here Friday, which were rather slimly attended. Those who attended seemed well pleased. J,L.Beazley&Co., I t Prayer meeting every Thursday fcE2tT,TtJn4flRi3rfcBi Dndei Users and Embalm. Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. eve- I en. STAMFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, . 1 Undertaker.: Cmbalmer and Dealer InWarnese, Saddlery, STANFORD, I KY- - ning 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 gun by the Fall Term Begins Sept. 9, '09. muzzle and it was discharged, tearing otf 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 loaded and always hang it on the rack. John Meier and little daughter, Irene, of Danville, visited his parents. Miss Mamie Chestnut and Mesdamea Wash Cook and Frank Horton attended the Somerset fair. Manfred Chevolette, of Ludlow, was here this week to see his Tlio Collcgo of Liberal arid wife, who is spending the summer with Hamilton College for her parents, A. G. Faulkner and wife. Women, aud the College of law. Three campuses embracing li.'l acres. Miss Fannie Hatfield, who has been at Thirteen buihlinga with modern equipment. a Chautauqua Assembly in New York 4- faculty of 6G chosen from tho bet universities of America ami Kuropc. for some time, has returned home. Standardized elective courses leading to tho degrcea of A. II. 1J S A. The Crime Of Idleness. 51., aud L. L. . New Bcienco Uuilding recently erected at a cost of 800,000. Idleness means trouble for any one. Students now in attendance from 25 States nnd ft inrpien counlne. Its the same with a lazy liver. It caus es constipation, heudache, jaundice, Moral Iuliuences, cultural enviroumont, scholarly ideals reasonable ox sallow complexion, pimples and blot penscs. ohes, loss of appetite, nausea, but Dr. Tho session liegins Sept. 13, 1000. Write for eirtnloguo King's New Life l'llls soon banish it nbout MONDAY, HKIT. 1JTII. county court day in front of the Ili. house court door In Stanford. Ky., offer for sale nt public outcry to the highest and lie st bidder, on n credit of l and 13 month, the tract of land, near Highland, In Lincoln county, Ky., oh ned by Jetse McOutfey at the time of Ills death and thus deacrllied: Ileglnnlugnt ndogvsood HllnViN M W from n spring. Win. Hutchison' lorner; thence Nrt'j W til iole to u store, Hubert Hutchison' corner in Win. Hutchison's line; thence N Of, V IS pole to n store Koticrt Hutchison' corner; thence NS!, W store in hhuu .Martins line; iv poie to thence Willi kaiiie H ll, W 13 pole to n Martin' corner; thence M 'J!, K HI n Hileton white oak, Hughe anil Joe cormr; thence llattln' line, H h.V, R 1W IKjles to ii atnke on the side of a hill where it poplar and two chestnut were railed for, l'.T. Fox corner; tliepcoN 15 WH pole to two luckee and white walnut, nenr n pole to n sugar branch; thence s 71 W trro In a drain. Win, Hutchison's corner, thence with hi line NTS', V id nole. m i. dead,- white oak, with ash, hickory ami ukii- irrs iKJimrr, ins euruer; memo 111 W SI poles, 11 links to a hickory, line hi corner; thence hi line H MiW ti'.nWa to n white oak. hi corner: thene. hi. iim. VV0olcs,7 links ton cherrv tree, nt H hi corner: thence his line N W ;x poles to the beginning containing (Ancrei, 1 rood and H poles of land. linuii Willi good security for the purchase irlce will be required of the purchaser, bear-n0 ner cent. Interest from date nf tnl,, mi. Ill paid, pn)nhle to the Commissioner, having tliu force and effect of n Judgment and secured by lien on the land. J. II. I'AXTON, M. '). L. C. V. V. M. Maltobcrta, Atty.for i'lff. op-la- r. Ha-ti1 Ciiinmiiw, I'reuclieriiville; Lilliurti Goocli, Gilberts Creek. Stanford Garage & Machine Co., (INCORPORATED.) Hi, li AUTOMOBILES, FEED CUTTERS, . GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. AUTOMOBILES -:- - FOR -:- - RENT tft H. B. NORTH COTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. 1798 Transulvania Ui)iver$itt 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. - Mm fboiM, IW. lIoiu.t,bont;s. liver troubles anti buna up your health, 23o at Penny's Drug Store. RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD. A. M Ph. D. Pres. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Mil. FAIIMKK: Muko your home n modern for your fuinily ns a city resilience, ami plucu yourself in u position to get tho latest market (luotutiotm at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone- service, which you uml your ticlL'liuors can get lor a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest ofiico or writo direct to headquarters, Nashville, Teiin., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Liuu" rate. If you aro not at present eujoyiug telephone service, wo can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi. Louisiana and the Southern lwrtion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. (!NIX)lirOltATKD) RURAL TELEPHONES. .jsHfcti . ,a a Jtt&mHf?.. -- -.' - rfrnnfflsx- t SVl "r4 . J15