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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r y s y + THE INTERIOP JOURNALj r YOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1909 A i056 I Murphy and Acton Come Again on the Kings Proposition Mountain School KINGS MOUNTAIN Seth 4In a letter by Lane Wall and Smith Aug 17 they say wo were president and secre tary at the time we urged them to levy ti the tax Thla la Incorrect as any ono can see by referring to our first letter to the INTERIOR JOURNAL of July 30 In that letter we say the night MO were retired a president and secretary thatI Dr Acton Informed them that the tax s4 had to be levied in June This is correct and as stated in the I J Aug 9 Mr Lane admitted that Dr Acton did say something about It but ho paid no attention to It Tho latter part was atf a meeting hold July 14 all trustees ii present with Maurice Singleton We were retired as president and secretary the very last days of May or the firstI days of June as stated previously They say at a meeting of the board on July 14 President Lano suggested that wa borrow money and have a nineI months school and then vote an add I tional tax A part of this Is correct and part Incorrect Lano suggested that we borrow the money and have a nine months school this borrowed mon ey to be paid out of next years levy which will be needed to run the schoo next year M G Murphy was the one who proposed that wo vote an ad ditional tax of 20 cents advalorem and a poll of 160 This was discussed ful ly end a molten made that it be done After the house was motioned on the question Ur Acton said If wo go into the preposition wo want it to carry and R1ho was fearful a 1 50 poll would be vot J down but stated he was for the lW poll if we thought we could carry It but suggested the poll bo put al1 The motion was seconded and all voted for 1 poll and 20 cents property tax- I which is tho limit on property 30 cents having been voted when tho school was established They say Murphy and Acton wero to keep quiet This Is not correct but it was unanimously agreed that all trustees keep this a secret and Dr Acton turned to Maurice Singleton and asked him not to mention it and he said ho would not All trustees with Singleton know these are facts They say they wore informed that we p were trying to Influence men to vote against the tax Wo know nothing of their information but we do know that all agreed to keep it n secret and in side of three or four days Lane and Wall had been talking It to others In a few days after tho tAX question was introduced Morris Wall came to Dr Acton and said Say nothing about this for the people will think this tax is just for one year but it will be fort every year After this they had 4 meeting and never notified Murphy of course this meeting was illegal At this meeting they voted to mako the poll tax GO cents Instead of 1 Dr Ac ton voting against it They got the J petition up without our knowledge and sent It to the countyjudge as we were informed When taxpayers would coma to us and ask us if this tax was for just one year as tho other fellows seem to have represented it we simply told the facts and that is why they say w were against tho tax They speak of us wanting to rule the board That ia not true They claim wa did rule the old beard You may 4ask any or all of the old board about this buUf wo did rulo it we always levied tho tax to support tho school They speak of tho girls from out the district going to school hero They were not hired girls and went to school with tho full consent of all tho trustees r We dislike to engage in personal af I fairs but they have opened it and wet suppose it is all right Morris Wall sent a girl to school last year who was r not five years old July 1 1908 He paid 1 60 cents tax and refused to pst 1 poll tax whici was levied on all patrons of the school lie is sending this girl to 18chool and she is not in tho school age 1After the petition was sent tb the coun ty judgo they called a meeting of the tax payers of the district and all pres t ent except ono man voted to give us the limit which is 1 CO poll and We l property tax and these men were tho ones they saId Fould vote the 1 poll tax down but say only have COc poll The face of it will show that l Lano pays nothing and has no children and Wall pays only GOe and they wan i as small a poll as possible so the foyThey say Murphy was elected truste- M In 1907 for two years and the record- show this When tho school was organized five men were elected trustees The school law says page 71 Sec 116 i Dlv 2 At the next regular election after the school Is organized and every third year thereafter there shall be but one trustee elected Then two true tees would go out the second year and two the third year We made a mis take In drawing or casting lotsbut that doesnt change the school law nor are we ngto blame some oe etee tot oijr mistake They sy Murphy re fused tho man elected trustee a certi ficate This is not correct They say In one statement that wo urged them to levy the school tax and in another we didnt say anything about It If you will kbdly refer to the issues of July 30 and Aug 13 you will see that this too Is incorrect After they were warned that tho tax had to be levied in June they failed to call the board together to levy it but that does not change tho school law Out why dont they Toss up about their mis tike like we did In regard to ours and not try to blame some ono else for It M G MURPHY J W ACTONI MIDDLEBUR07 i The kid band is practicing for the fair at Oak Park on the 18th Squirrels are said to be plentiful but surely their numbers are being reduced if the report of tho fowling piece means anythingCutting and housing tobacco It tho order of the day In this corrmunlty The crop Is good and barn room Is at aIpremium The MIddlcburg Graded School opened Monday with Mrs Laura Leo principal and A E Wesley and Miss Bessie Lee assistantsCy took two blue ties on his suckling mule at the Liberty fair The colt II by R S Scuddcrs fine jack and is perhaps the best one in the county Mles Esther Murphy of Kingsvlllc entered school here Monday Miss Wil lie Fogle who is teaching at Ellisburg was hero Sunday to see the homcfolks Clay Godby and C F Montgomery re publican and democratic nominees respectively for county attorney were hero Saturday A protracted meeting will begin at tho Baptist church hero on tho third Sunday Rev Fulton of Louisville wHb Is now holding a meeting for RevI Charles Martin at Liberty will do theI preaching Rev J L Owens tho pusi tor requests that the members of church mako it a point to nttendI IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A traction engine smashed tho bridge over the Chaplin at Porryville Q C Godbcy was elected director of the Commerical Bank of Liberty in the place of J J Elliott who moved to this county Dr D K Pearsons of Chicago will give 100000 to Ocrca College provided tho trustees raise 400000 additional Dr Pearsons said this would be his last gift of this character- A E Hundley has sold his magnifi cent residence on Maple Avenue to At torney William Roberts the considera tion being 10000 Possession October 1 George D Wcatherford will open his store at A B Robertsons about the ICth of this month He proposes to carry a most complete stock of high class goodsAdvocate Knox county is the only county In Kentucky without a jail Tho old structure has been razed to make room for a new jail The three prisoners have been put to work and are allowed double time in workbag out their sen atenight The new jail which will be modern in every respect will be completed within six months CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach at Neals Creek Methodist church at 31 M SundaySubject Sunday morning at tho Methodist church Pauls Gospel worth League Rally at Danville Sunda night There were 14 additions at the meet tig at Rowland Wednesday night I h being conducted by Rev D M Walker All are asked to bring small baskets Sunday Sept 19 as they come to the Sunday School Convention which In the Presbyterian church at 10 A M There will be regular services at the Christian church next Sunday mornin and evening The pastor will be at his post of duty regularly from now on nnd urges those who have dropped out of tho Sunday School and been absent from church services to begin now to reinstate themselves in the work the ought to bo so dear to their heats D M Walker clovoresIt pure ed grains malt nuts etc Fine aflavoris made in just one minute No20or30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store 0 Ono man was killed and another probably fatally Injured by tho wreck Inr of an automobile near Mt Vernon N Y The accident was caused by th explosion of a tire A tickling O1drlcouJh can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing uasafe or harsh hold b lenflybnrug Store e i NEWS NOTES William II Wood postmaster at Stanley this State Is under arrest for alleged shortage Cannibals are killing and eating for eigners In the Malaha and Tangha regions of South Africa Gen Trevino places the loss of life from the floods In the State of Nuevo Leon Mexico at 1500 The explosion of an ammonia tank in Cleveland caused 50000 damage at the plant of the Cleveland Provlskn CompanyAt Va Judge Kelley denIed the pleas of the drys to be allowed- to amend their petitions in the suit with the wets Somebody climbed through B Roses window in New York while he slept and after a terrific struggle murdered him with a knife Lucien J Irwin was elected president- of the Louisville Henderson and St Louis Railroad Company at a meeting- of the board of directors The Pressed Steel Car strike is about settled Wages will be restored as soon as conditions warrant and the 600 men who first quit work will bo taken back E H Harriman has suffered another relapse and It Is said that his life is hanging in the balance Reports as to the exact condition of the millionaire are conflicting Permission has been granted by Mrs John C Latham for the opening of the casket containing the body of her husband for the purpose of taking a death mask to be used for a statue to be erected in Ilopkinsvillo Thomas II Broadhcad who was acquitted of a charge of accepting bribes while chief of police of Los Angeles was restored to duty as captain of police and will receive pay for the period alnca his suspension five months ago The coroners jury returned a non- commIttal verdict at the Inquest into the death of John Cook who was killed n the riot In Frankfort In the case tho late Sergt Ingram Tate it was held that he was killed by Joe Nickels Statisticians who are eminently qualified to form estimates believe that the United States census to be taken next year will show a population of between 90000000 and 95000000 They would not bo surprised if the figures ran as high as 100000000 Brief funeral services were held in Washington over the body of Capt Samuel C Lemly for 12 years Judge Advocate General of the Navy The body was borne with a military pscort to Arlington National cemetery where Interment took place with full military honors Warrants were sworn out at Frank fort by E W Howeer at whose saloon Saturday nights riot occurred against Capt W B Waddell and Sorgt Earl Brltton of Company G of Somerset They aro charged with unlawfully banding and confederating to destroy propertyNineteen persons narrowly escaped death in the burning of a boardinghouse conducted by Mrs K W Pettis at Monroe La The fire believed to bo of Incendiary origin had gained so much headway when discovered that the guests were forced to jump from the upper windows In their nightclothes Many wero injured Still unrepentant for her act Elizabeth Clara Becker the young woman who on Saturday killed John A Gun ther Jr tho garage proprietor with whom she lived and then shot herself died at a Brooklyn hospital Her last words expressed satisfaction that Gun sheybecause was untrue to rhotPotomac the breeding ground of malaria germs These germ cause chills fever and ague biliousness iaundlcc des bility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly But Electric Bit andgcure are best nilround tonlo and cure for ma larla I over used writes n ill James of Louollcu S C They curd Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood TyphoidtTry thorn jOe Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store Elaborate preparation p sbeing made by the congregation of the Pisgah Presbyterian church ID Woodford coun hunn dred and twentyfifth anniversary of the founding of that church on October Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Provcntlcs will In a few hours safely check alt Colds or LaGrippe PennyseDrugstore Kentucky Fair Dates Paris Sept 74 days daysY Sept 136 days BRODHEAD Rev C C Mntcalfo is conducting a revival at Union Ridge school house near Ottowa About 20 additions up to nowMrs Lizzie Swlnford of Lebanon Junction is with her parents Mr and Mrs G E Painter this week Mr J Thomas Cherry and wife attended tho Somerset fair last week also visited friends at Burnslde While wrestling Tuesday evening Victor Francisco aged 11 years son of Tom Francisco broke his left arm just above the elbow Drs Carter and Gravely sot the limb and Vick Is doing nicely but sickened out on wrestling Mrs Fred Hahn of the Freedom neighborhood was operated on a few liverI onoI ter and Gravely did the work Mrs James Bradley of the Sayers section died and her remains were tak en to Walnut Grove burying ground In the Southern part of tho county and buried last Sunday evening Mrs Bradley hud been sick with consumption for a long time She leaves besides a husband three small children Considerable sickness prevails in and around town at present Severalof W II Sowders family are down with symptoms of fever Mrs Mary Al bright was sick first of week but is bet ter now Mrs Susie B Cherry is on sick list Will Debord of near Gum Sulphur Is very sick with fever W B MIddleton of near Mare burg died of flux Saturday night and was buried In Maretburg cemetery Sunday evening Mr Andy Burke conducting funeral services The deceased was born near Old Fork church In Garrard county on what has been known since the war as the BTMdleton farm Ho was 61 years of age was a son of W B Middleton Sr and is the last of 11 large family to pass away He was a brother to Dr Middleton of Lancaster who died several years ago was an uncle of Rev West who held a high government position on the Isthmus of Panama but contracting fever there was brought back and died several months ogo Mr Middleton was a de vout man a member of the Christian church It can be said of him he knew not an enemy The Rockcastlo Baptist association met hero Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday Tuesday was devoted en tirely to S S work Several speakers were present and made able talks among them being Mr J C McClary of Stanford Rev J H Padfield of the seminary at Louisville he also represented the Western Recorder Rev D E Fogle of Georgetown representing Georgetown college Mrs McFerren of Pine Hill Mrs Lucy Woodall of Livingston and Rev Green Fish of tho Hiatt section All gave Interesting talks one different topics Good singing and lots of dinner on the grounds made the day an enjoy able one to the largo crowd present The other two days were devoted to Association work Every church in tho bounds of the Association was repro sented eIther by delegate or letter Some of the other visitors from afar were Mrs Mottle Nevius of Stanford Mr and Mrs Elvada Tudor and little daughter of Richmond A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr DruggistQuickA box of Bueklens Arnica Salvo Heres a quarterFor the love of Moses hurry I Babys budhimself terribly John ale cut his foot with the axe Mamies soaldod Pa cant walk from piles Billlo has bollsand my corns ache She got it and soon cured all the faml ly Its the greatest healer on earth Sold by Pennys Drug Store- MATRIMONIAL In Now york Mrs Homer Davenport was allowed 100 a month alimony In her action for a separation from the cartoonistMorris Lafeyetto Moser and Miss Oca Moser drove to Danvillo yesterday and wore made one The two had been sweethearts for some time The groom is a prosperous young farmer and his bride Is a both pretty and popular She is a daughter and Moser of the McCormacks section It Is the weak tb tare cry Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate tho Hoarier Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoop s Restorative nUll see how fast good health will come to you again Test it and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store By practically a unanimous vote the at lressed Steel Car plant agreed to accept the companys cOn- cessions and return to work Palnsofwomen nead pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with lip Suoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formmla on 26o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store U How President Vek Cornered aI Slice of the Wool Market And Saved 100000 in Price Reduc tions for the Good DresserspI of America I You have read a good deal of the increasing prices of Mens Clothes i ofrthe shortage of wool and the LONGAGE of wool prices Anil all that you hove read la true But The Royal Tailors successfully planned and completed a coup on the woolmarket that has placed them alone of all clothes makers apposition to dictate their this seasons clothes prices V s4 14vM You know the reason for increasing wool prices The wool crppJias not been right this year and the tariff uncertainty has increased thejjtendericy to shove up prices The Royal Tailors looked ahead and anticipated tne present situation mouths ago President Vchon of that concern sent a corps of 12 men into the Western sheep raising districts to buy up the raw product and hold it for the antici pated price iucrcase When the increase came The Royal Tailors laughedjat tho woolch mills and their increasing rates The woolen mills wanted wool they couldnot get it The Royal Tailors had itanal in tho end 2642 pieces of cloth wero woven for The Royal Tailors by Eastern mills at bare operating cost tb keep the mills going during the wool fiuuinerThe Royal Tailors are laughing yet So are we I You can laugh too if you come in and take advantage of our WONDER FUL PRICES The Best 25 3oand 35 Suits and Overcoats o f in AmericarI The Rtal Tailors display at this store 500 BeautifulFall Woolens most of them absolute cloth innovationsat prices that will elate any shrewd clothes buyer For 825 SOO or 835 The Royal Tailors will make for you in their great Chicago tailor shops tho highest type of custom and made to order suit cr overcoat money cnn buyn regular 860 or 585 local tailors value all Pure Wool hand eewed genuine merchant tailor workmanship secretprocess shrunk and warranted to hold its stylo and fit until completely worn out i Anda definite legal guarantee made Out in your name conics with every Royal garment The guarantee says This suit is warranted to satisfy you in every re spect II V If it doesnt you neednt keep it or pay ono penny for it I You certainly wrong yourself if you foil to investigate this chancotoget real Royal Tailoring the best in the world at pricks lower than the prices on even the ordinary tailoring v Cummins Sc Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY I 1798 IraDsijIyapia Ifoiversihi 4909Vijfr Continuing ivv i y if Kentucky University i V 9v- The t I it College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for Women and the College of law 4pai Three campuses embracing 23 acres =Thirteen buildings with modern equipment titer EuropeStandardizedMand L L B Now Scienco Building recently erected at a cost of 60000 Students now in attendance from 25 States and 6 forei countries Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable es penscs I The session begins opt1310011 Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFJELD A M Ph D Pres 1LEXlNGlQN KENTUCKY 11 s The Interior Journal Eo C WALT- ONDemocratic t Ticket For Circuit Judg- eMCIAUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealth Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer For State Henntor R L HUBBLE s of Lincoln county For Representative WR SHANKS FoiOOounty Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney WS BURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff W I McCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Auexior IOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent bf Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Htanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For ConttableBtnnford District I M BRUCEt For SIaRl tr teCrnb Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Huttonvllle District J K HELM SR For Magistrate Vnynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH JOE MAGEE r Is n candidate for Police Judge of Crab Or chard subject to the action of the demo cratlo party and asks your Support DR COOK continues to be in favor in Copenhagen and with foreign scientists It le reported thathe has been offered by an American big profits for his lectures and book on polar regions Dr Cook when told that Peary claimed the distinction of being the first man who had reached the North Pole casually replied that he would avoid all con troversies and that if Peary had said he had reached the pole he believed his statement Dr Cook announced that he was anxious to get to America and that he would sail for his home about September 23 TUB Pennsylvania W C T U has placed a ban on mince pies and all signers of the temperance pledge are to abstain from their use It is said that the alcohol in such pies tempts the appetite for more stimulants and thus assist in Increasing the liquor habit It may come to pass that corn will be tabooed as an article of food because of the whisky that is in it and rye will be banished from Kentuckys products rile democrats of Livingston county have nominated a ticket to defeat the mule ticket a mongrel affair con I structedout of republicans and bolting t democrats They have a splendid show to defeat the fusionists and we hope they wllljleave nothing undone in their effort to do so TUB North polo has been discovered again Commander Peary who has been trying for years to locate it flashes the news over the country that he has reached the goal He was only four days behind Dr Cookwho found the old thing last A convict at Fort Leavenworth de mands a wooden leg from a U S Marshal who shot his good leg off for him He demands the substitute and threatens to sue the officer for damage i ifhe does not producoua wooden leg and a good one IF lemons continue to soar heaven ward there will be no danger of yours being handed one unless your associates belong to the charmed circle of the millionaires It is believed that they will soon bo worth lOc each Heavy duty is the trouble AN ordinance has been adopted in Franklin fixing a license tax or 45000 per annum for the sale of nearbeer f This means that no decoctions of theI foaming beverage will be sold in the county of Simpson rWR CRESS a good democrat and- y a fine gentleman has announced his candidacy for Commonwealths attorney I of the Somerset district Heros hoping hell win Theres a chance for him to do so I a MAYOR GRINTEAD of Louisville de dined to meet Hon W 0 Head demo cratic nominee for Mayor on the stump We congratulate Mr Grinstead on his good judgment WnETUBRjt was Cook or Peary who found the coveted pole Wellman had justeas yell rpturn home and try some vocation r r w GoOD morning Have you discover I ed tneNorth pole PREACHERSVILLE Born to the wife of Mepefeo Elmore a fine girl They say Pud walks like a dog in high rye The watermelon crop Is said to be shorter than ever before The melons are of fair quality though generally smallA ran away here Monday after noon and tore the buggy top up for T F Gross the wellknown Crab Orchard veterinary Willis Bell shook the dust off of hit feet last Sunday night and departed unto the land of the Hoosiers The best wishes of all should go with him Mr W P Grimes is without doubt the largest land owner In the East End He has over 900 acres his farm extending into two neighborhoodsWalnut- Flat and Preachersvillo There arc men at work on this farm who have never seen each other yet they have been employed on the farm for the last eight months Miss Sarah Howcrd of near Crab Orchard Is teaching the Hobbs school Indications point to a better school than this community has enjoyed for some time On account of the luck In leisure attitude of the powers that be school will not be firnishcd here till midwinter as it could have been had school started a great deal earlier in the season I Mrs William Smith of Whites Mill owns a horse which is a rcmarbablo specimen of the equino family This horse knows enough that when Smith children attend school at CrabI Orchard he can take the buggy home as well as if the driver ied him When harnessed again in the afternoon his horseship quietly and calmly goes and brings the children home This has been a regular thing for a long time and no mistakes to his discreditMr Mrs J M Lunsford visited Mr and Mrs A J Thompson in Boyle Miss Flossie Sutton of Lexington is with her sister Mrs M O Kennedy Mr and Mrs Henderson of Paint Lick visited Mr and Mrs Jno Williams Mr Todd of Berca was the guest of Mr and Mrs J M Lunsford Miss Gertrude Adams visited Miss Carrie Naylor Miss Violet Smith visited in Rockcastle last week Geo Todd of Pulaski visited his sister Mrs Mason Holtzclaw Miss Emma Holtztlaw of Gilberts Creek is teaching the Preach ersville school Mrs Maggie Wheat of Tucson Ariz is visiting her broth er W P White and family Mrs Wheat has traveled extensively In the West and can describe most entertain ingly the places she has visited Mr and Mrs Jno Williams visited at Paint Lick POLITICAL 11 C Kennedy has resigned as coun ty judge of Wayne- Washington county republicans nomi nated E P Deadman for Represen tative Mercer county republicans declared for William Herndon of Lancaster for circuit Judge- Democrats of Danville will nominate candidates for city officers by a convention at 230 Tuesday Sept 21st I The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success to day demands health but Electric Bit ters Is the greatest health builder tho world has over known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kid neys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and Invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their uso You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters if weak rundown or sickly Only 50c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug StoreI Darling a quarrel at tbe dinner table Edward Black fired two bullets into the body of his wife fatally wounding her at San Antonia Texas Black tried to escape through a window and was shot and killed by Arthur Cligord his wifes brother Henry Hill a Negro was drowned in a creek by a mob at Rayville La af ter he had attacked Miss Nettie Jones a prominent young woman of that place Shed Williams of Bath county real ized 402 from one sow in 13 months I NOTICEI unimprovedlondOrchard SUftcrei In cultivation Land not Improved but in splendid condition MMNAOAJUfFlJn PUBLIC SALE I Hnvlnc decided to BO West I will tell nt fromMaywoodwood to Drab Orchard on- AVKUNKHUAVHK1T 16 1000 My farm jf tti acres It Is knows nt tho Douglas form It has on It a cottugo of four rooms n fairly good barn and other outbuildings Ilai three good and two good orchards 10 acres In meadow jO acres of other pasture Uomalndor bus been In llI ot and II lOW In corn Is jJ of mile from Stanford Jk SomersctPlko nnd y mile from acheol to purchaser Wllliell to the blghltbldder bonl Will also sel F my crop of corn and about 10 tons of hUT II milk cows JO dry cows 10 heifers two and three years a dxaheeplot of hog household nnd otherfanningFRANK lUjBlMsoXjiloy wood Ky STOP THAT HEADACHE D having your eyei properly fitted with high grade lens JF lull East Main ta- tBtanfordKyl needs anu guarantee lupplliour carries in stock Edison phonographs and the latest records which you can bur for rash or on lktheI Stock of Merchandise SaleIstock ol Gro caries and Hardware Doing n good business Will Invoice 500 lleason III health RyIMM M 1 wish to sell privately my form of M acres at Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four miles from McKinney Tins on it good l0 room dwelling barn cellar spring house fine water etc lnl1 11 In blgh state ofeul tlvntlon Also have four other small liirms for sale All well Improved Terms sails loclor SI1PLEIMILL FOR RENT Owing to illhealth and wanting to be away from homo some this summer 1 have decided to rent my uptodate Dix Diver Roller driven by water and steam1 power Coal location Mill In Oratclan condltlou- W HTUAYU1H R F D No 4 Stanford Ky Home At Auction I daytheford occupied by W U Wittier lieu n loud residence anti outbuildings are Hi good shape Hplendld cistern and big Infront thefine neighborhood Will sell of old court bouse at las Monday afternoon Sept 13lius Mrs Hugh Held K U Ten ntngton Miss Mary 1unnlngton Stanford Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer lu and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Post Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settees Once and works McKinney Ky Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my tams of 67 acres in Lincoln county seven miles from I uelihborhoodproductive vation all under good fence Comfortable house of six rooms new barn and all other outbuildings Abundance of Too water and fruit of all kinds JT L1VIN08TON 11 F lJliul Stanford Ky 10 PER CT REDUCTION c B PRUITT Morclnnd Kentucky Mottlng give 10 per cent reduction Have tome rare IrgolnIIItobuyarockerGoodand wood folding bed crlbtirotl mattress es springs counches Davenports chairs suitcases grips trunks extension tablet gistsashuppllelBenlco0 B PniMTT Morclnnd Ky rf aitfcrrhe zi tIWe are the people who furnish the boys their wearing apparel I We will show the most beautiful line of Boys Suits ever shownI J here Wait and see them 4 J 1 H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky 1I REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying ray gates on the county road that run through farm have concluded to olTrr n reward for Information lending to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum uf f O for Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken tbe latches on any of my gatesor that have sawed down or turn down any my gates on the county road which runs front the Hustonrllte turnpike to the Mlllrdgevllle tnrnplfce through my farmland I wWltlVtlI the KHIIIU amount for Information to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who in the future commit any of the above offenses Witness my hand this 10th day of August ItUK T J HILL fit the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H CCARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVYS DIRECTORS J B Owaloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Gco W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Stanford Garage Machine Co INCORPORATED AUTOMOBILESFEED GASOLINE ENGINES CRUSHERS FARM IMPLEMENTS AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT H B NORTHCOTT Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and Coal Branch House Stanford Ky i Thurman Tudor Mgr I i1 IIClffirJiii 1 r IiB NORTHCOTT Stanford G L Penny It II Coffey K II Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP TRY OUR Talcum Powders Sponges Bath Brushes 4 Toilet and Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY Our Ice Cold Soda Water with Jcrwsy Cream and Fine Fruit Flavors PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky I FIRST NATIONAL BANK j w s STANFORD KENTUCKY f I f8 ORGANIZED IN 1882 v CAPITAL STOCK 50000 iSURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 26500 J cDepositOFFICERS J Sr Hooker President- S T Harris VicePresideal 4John J McKoberts Cashier 0 Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBool keeper DIRECTORS IiF Reid J II Baughman ttl I h- It D Elmore J M Pettui U C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no O Robinson W B OBanhoo J S Hocker CiE Tatetv Lizi EI t f jllWCi Fiye Pounds Coifed at 85c 11 75 c 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Point 6150 1 CO iI83 25 t 1 For thirty days you save 81 2rifGIVE IT A TRIAL 1 t+JLIZfl GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford J l nn 1 ah II 11 r y MENs SHOES We are still eelliag good s4toea for men at cut prices Can wo liavo the pleure of saving you ionic money I SCHOOL SHOES Make the ebIhkcn happy by putting a good feeling good wearing shoo on them J SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYIIThe Interior Journal I STAMFORD KY SKIT 10 lOOt SPECIAL Arccent cigar wo I I will sell on Saturdaye and Sundays only G cents straight Pennys Drug Storo rtPERSONALS B McGuffcy a girlMRS JUDITH CHESTNUT Is wit Paris relatives MR C V GENTRY went to Louis vHUTTuesday afternoon CONGRESSMAN D C EDWARDS we xhcre from London Tuesday MRS W J YAGER went to Elizabeth town Tuesday to visit relatives MR CLARENCE WITHERS and wife o Lexington visited relatives hero MR W J DOZIER has joined hi wife and children at Mr E T Pence liON J M ALVERSON left In his automobile for the Paris fair yester I dsyMIss NETTIE DECK left Wednesday for Knoxvillo to teach the oral system JIlatnMR GEORGE C KELLER of Orlanda Fla paid this office an appreciated cal yesterdayMn B Woons Is at lh Paris fair with nine of the finest multi 0you ever saw IMIBS LUCILE COOFER left yesterday for Boise Idaho where she wlll teach again I Mtia MATTIE NEVIIJS and Mr J C Mcfclary attended the Baptist Associa lion at Brodhead PROF LESLIE ANDERSON of thli county U teaching in the Sixth War- dShool at Somerset MISS SARA BAUCHUAN of Stanford Is the guest of the family of Col I M DunnAdvocate Mn AND MRS WILL A YEACERhavc locatcdlona farm near Bcllalre Kan sas and are delighted MR WILLIAM W HUMPHRIES and bride loft Tuesday afternoon for Arkansas to mako their home MISs ALLEEN BOURNE returned to Lancaster Tuesday after a visit to her sister Mrs W K Warner MISS MARY D CARTER left Tuesday to teach In the Western Pennsylvania school for theDeaf atlttaburK Mss UotiEHTA EADS is with her sis ter Mrs W M Drown at Mill Springs r and taking In the Monticello fair MR W M BRIGHT will attend the bankers convention at Chicago next week It will be a National affair MRS WILL BYUKB of Somerset n the guest of her sisters Mesdames Jesse Walter and Kathleen Beailey MR ALFRED PENCE left Tuesday for Calgary Canada on prospecting tour for a month or more Ho will be gone liON AND MRS W II SHANKS and and Mret II J McRobe rU are IiMrit1 g Mrs Shanks parents in Madl IonMI9IJ MEWE HOPPER of Hustonvle was hero Wednesday to meet her aunt Miss Jane Hopper of Lancaster wh Is now herftuest Mn W B CLOYD of California will IiiMrsarrive on 14 to visit his mother been away from Kentucky 25 years yFhas W S GRINSTEAD and daughter MlM Antlonette Grinstead who have been with the formers daughters here returned Wednesday to their homo In I Versailles I1 WALTER SAUNDERS of Stanford spent Sunday at the Whlpp Hotel Mrs Chas F Montgomeny is spending a couple of weeks at Russell Springs Liberty News- MesDAMES T J FOSTER and J H HcAIUter and two children of the lat ter have taken rooms at Miss Alico Bearley8 foOhe winter They aro taking their meals at Mrs J M Phillips iMRSH R SAUFLEY and little son Jr returned Wednesday from a delightful visit to her fath er Mr Goo R Englcman at Pueblo Col Mra Saufloys health has been greatly benefited by her sojourn in the West IN ordering this paper sent to him at Shelbyvlllo Rev Homer W Carpen ter who married Miss Tevls Carpenter of this place says they are pleasantly located among the best people In tho 1State Ho and Mrs Carpenter will leave the latter part of this month for a trip East during which time they will attend the centennial celebration of the Christian church at Pittsburg t JOHN OWSLEY REID has been quite sick for several day MRS ANNE D VANARSDALE Is with Harrodiburg relatives Miss ELLA THOMPSON of Boyle is with Mrs E J Brown MRS KATHERINE MCCLARY who has been very sick Is thought to be conva lescing Miss PATTIC STEPHENSON has takenI rooms In Mrs Barnetts home on Main Street MR J A RANEY arrived from Mis J1rhT D Raney MISSES JULIA ZADA AND MAGGIE ZANONB of Lancaster are guests of TraylorsMiss LINDA has gone to Knoxville to teach another year In the School for the Deaf CfC were guests IiughesaMiss ELLA has returned from the cities where she pur chased Iota of Fall and Winter mill neryMiss GEORGIA LEWIS left yesterday for Wllllamsburg to take the position of supervising principal In the bl graded school 1Vednesdal hioIn Kentucky LOCALS FOR hemp knives go to Ferris 0 I advertisement TOBACCO men read W II higgins PURE cannel coal at J H Baughman Coa Try a load Two good secondhand stoves fay sale at a bargain Farris e LET mo insure your barn and tobac co W A Tribble Stanford 0 LOOK at the stoves at W H Higgins I for curing tobacco in your barns LUCY HAYSwall known colored woman died at Logantown this week I PHONE No 183 when you want tin ning and plumbing done W K War ncr DANIEL BOONE o the Trail at Waltons Opera House Wednesday ev ning Sept 16- WANTEDA o good respectable white girl who wishes a good home at good wages Mrs Kl Lutes Turnersvllle Ky o IT will be an exchange rather than bazaar tho ladies of tho Baptist church will hold in the postofllco tomorrow Saturday r BEAR in mind that tho residence o Danville Avenue occupied by Mr W G Withers will be sold at auction Monday county court day See ad I HAVE promised mandeputyshlp in the event I am elected sheriff of Lin deputiesonominee for sheriff J TILE Ladies Aid Society of tho Christian church will meet in the lee taro room of the church at 230 Satur day afternoon A full attendance o the members is desired FALL and Winter samples now ready for inspection If you want a hand some suit or overcoat let II C Rupley tho practical tailor take your order Fit and satisfaction guaranteed o LIGHTNING Gasoline Engines Wilde- Strong whirlwind feed cutters and blowers Lightning crushers and grind ers Line shafting pulleys and hang ers belting gas engine oil etc Stan ford Garage Co 0 TUB Juvenile Fair was a success financially as it was otherwise A dividend of 200 per cent was declared We move that the little fellows take the management of the big fair next year PAUTJES wishing to see a great dis play of field and garden products and wishing to compete for premiums will do well to attend the agricultural show at Jones Park Yosemite Saturday Sept 18 Fort SALE OR TRADE Ono 16 horse power Nickols Shepherd traction en gins and two mounted saw mills log wagons etc All in good condition Call on or address 0 W Putts Rich mondKy i t J t s WE DISCOVERED THE POLE s N6t the North polo so much talked of at present but the long business polo that knocks the persimmon bargains The last thing we reached with this long polo was n well aAArtod stock of Men Womens and Childrens Shoes Good Shoes arc our hobby Low prices our fad DAMSON plums for sale Mrs J B Paxton SEXPERTcan be secured by application to the Stanford Garage Machine MR J S ROCKER bought of W II and J S Murphy and Mr A D Root the corner storeroom occupied by Land Buchanan for 3GOO o FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds I WILL be at the each Saturday to collect tho taxes for the Crab Orchard Graded School Penalty goes on Oct 1 George W Bronaugh o I PARTIES wishing to buy mule colts or any kind of stock will do well to attend the stock sales and stock show at Jones Park Yosemite Saturday Sept 18 o SATURDAY Sept 25th is the last day for filing turnpike miscellaneous and merchants claims against Lincoln county George B Cooper County Clerk w gJOIIN WESLEY bright little son o batonfv rightmarm DANIEL BOONB ON TiTRAIL to Waltons Opera House ono nigh Wednesday Sept 15th It Ii a roman tic story of pioneer days in Kentucky This is a brand new production through out Manager Harris has gone into every detail to make this production lasting one Col J W Clinton has been engaged to play the part of Dan tel Boone because of his striking ap pearanco and figure and tho Col falls easily into tho rolo of this famous hunt cr Another engagement worthy of note is Rolling Thunder tho only clover Indian actor on the stogo today He needs no make up for his part save the head dress and the blanket One of tho most oxcitlngscenea in the drama is the snow storm In the mountains and the coming of the hungry wolves This steno is worked behind a large screen curtain that separates the stage from the audience as real monster us wolves are used in this scene The thelast stick of wood the coming of th wolves and Boonoa fight for life with them in full view of the audience is thrilling in the extreme and brings forth rounds of applause Manager Harris has also added a number of leava I Boons On The Trail a complete pro duction In every respect ILAST Monday morning at the appoint IntStanford Graded and High School An unprecedented number of pupils and visitors were at the opening exercises Rev A A Higgins of Glasgow con ducted the devotional exerciaaa in an SuptJtho lines of cooperation of pupil pa tron trustees teachers and all citizens facultyr2r Grade 8Mlss Claudia Eaton 3 Grade 7Mle Margaret Hopper 4 Grade 6 Miss Anna Uoltzclaw 6 Grade 5 Miss Frances Adams G Grade 4Mlss Lena Palmer 7 Grade 3Miss Jennie Newland 8j Grade 2Mrs H D Phil McKinneyrPiano Mies Ellen Ballou 12 Elocution I and VoiceMiss Ethel H Fettro 13 1 Stenography and Typewriting Mise I Licclo Martin 14 It should be a com munity pride that such a creditable in stitution is a product of Stanford and Lincoln county The citizens have made facultybythe business affairs of the district and by rallying to every forward movement in speaking kind words nnd doing good deeds By hearty cooperation tho school will grow from good to better May each patron and citizen be so en thused of the record of progress of our school that every effort will be made in word and deed to keep the standard whore it is I e at this top Patronize each special feqUire as far possible In addition toe rt vocal and piano you are now enabled to take stenography and typewriting from a graduate of Howl lag Green University DONT miss our coffee bargain for a few days only Farrls HUGH DanvAle given a year In jail and fined 100 on the charge of padding his accounts when ho was a member of tho State Guard BLANDHenry Bland son of WIl lIam Bland died at his home near Lancaster Wednesday aged 13 He had been ill tor some time with a compli cation of troubles THERE will be lots of good things teat o at the exchange the Baptist ladies will hold in the postofllce tomorrow Saturday Patronize them and you wont have to go to the trouble o cooking a Sunday dinner SPEAKING 0 Claude M Thomas of Paris and Hon J D Clark of Lexington will address the tobacco growers hero Monday next county court day Both are good speakers and our people should hear them HARRY JACOBS McKinney manu merit man got tho contract of placing a handsome monument over the grave of Mrs Cicero Reynolds in Buffalo tonsfover the grave of Mr W P Tate KILLED HIMSELFJOO Bryant who lived In PulaskI just over the Lincoln county line was found in a secluded endtof a tree A bullet hole in his head and his rifle lying near showed that he had carefully planned the job and was determined to carry out the work of barelyI ed for tho deed as he was in good cir cumstances and his domestic relations are believed to have been happy He was known to have 12000 in cash which has not yet been found Mr Bryant lived near Ewell this side of Highland for a long time and he was a son of the late John Bryant Deceased was 52 years old and is survived by his wife who fas a Miss Bryant and a married daughter PUBLIC SALE I On MONDAY SEPT IS 11O9 nt tho plnce ManfordeIadetendehoot carpets table riueuimvnre cook stare etc not sold privately before dny of solo will alter for 3 pair of mules HKCH 2 and 4 yeari old I 1 new farm wagon nml harness j 1 new Krnui 0plow cultivator nnd other farming tools alto 15 acres ot theIchili Hale to bogln Rt lUnCIOCk AM JAS IWlllTKAMJOOOLTKR Weak Kidneys kldneNonillorpnIUeIland ttrenftben them Dr ehoopl RettoreUre U medicine tfedflcallr prepared to reach thee alODeIIwellIt year leek achei oflt weak U the arise tealdt orta dark and itronf U you bare irmptoe kidtwID4ooa ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STORE POSTED trletlTforbidI patting on our placet prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law I Miss Mftttlo Uewei Helehenlmch Bros I Fred A T Traylor Illlmrn Oooch N II Ilummer NunnelleyJJ H Bruce David Stevens JobnOamenlicb WmOordler Dan Traylor M D Klinore bulb Ollck Fred 1IRndorl- J J ChampIon i DMAnderson J K Moior Mr And Mm Jai II Kadi A Klbasa Mrs N J Horton LognnWItIIBughlrty llav Kntheriico DrO0 Perry lIaughlUnnUrlnhMn Margaret doocli Jacob Gander AeoUUl ens TraylorJohnHam Roberts Amend Schaefer M J ilohnann KT Henzley A It 1I1111I1en OweleyMHTHnrrU UO VutkI- DJUlIullllley It HOrow MrsNannloUGood U K McClure Anderson Onrr Anton Konccker W SL Dlibon Fred VonQruenlgnn T L HftugUnmn Mn halo Allor UarpenterWJohn R Lee D H Tleri OlirUtlan Jacob Tom Kerrlll WjWlJtrnan a I 34 LADIES SHOESR4The new Fall models in Zeigler are good to look at Sep 1 1iO Patent Vici and Ooz STRONG SHOESt J f For Men and Boys in diflerent leathers nnd lets to suit anyfootI r f- It L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I I LESS THAN COST i This is no dream but a stern reality Wo have n few Ox i fords left iu Tans Vicis Patents Oxbloods Etc in this sea sons goods Latest styles etc They must go regardless offcost 3 50 Oxford 2 25 V r 75f2 00 Oxford 1 50I150 Oxford 1 00 Etc J Our Fall goods are beginning to come in and wo do not tend to carry goods over We had rather take our loss inJthan to carry to next season Our loss is your gain Come see us and we will convince you that we mean business Dont 1 forget that we are still offering Summer goods at tremendous 1 cuts HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY r 4 The Dixon To bacco Saver This Stove is what tobacco men use in their barns Tho tobacco will curre brighter and sell for more money You can begiujtrippiug sooner You can put + to J in your hams Call and see them WH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky 4 M1R1 Rl tRssMI I P iRIV PMRRRIS MMSMS MRA+aeavveew eevveev +vwvtva 11IiKy t- L Back of all Influstry and enterprise stands finance adi6 If9people Every dollar you save and deposit In our bank Is not your welfare but Is encouraging and assisting borne Industry Besides the material beneltyou derive from a bank account we offer you every courtesy nnd facility in hand 61 Bankt I t OFFICERS L O Gooch President M E Wheeldon Vice James A Hays Vice President Stanley jpreSldent SDr J W Acton C C Gooch McIntoshf R Curtis L 0 Gooch James A G J W Wheeldon M E Wheeldon ft ivvvvwvvvvwonwvvv vwvv vvvvvvvvwravv WALTONS OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT Wednesday September p5v r 1 i V1 Boone Amusement Co Incorporated Preseuts tho Historical Kentucky Romance Daniel Boone on the TraiU A COMP ETE PRODUCTION t Sioux Indians SEEThe The Den of Wolve- sLauhingWater The Indian Princess PRICES aSc SOc and 7Sc N01Erlc third act of this famous drama in hich Boone has his fight l with tho wolves isplayed behind a screen curtain thus avoiding all dange b t i I 7The Interior Journal I JBntercdin On PottOffice at Stanford at ondClati matter L N TIME TKBLEN- oJlBonthllMPxNo 26 South I11 A M No Y1 North 440 A M No S3 North 6S7 r x No 271041 AM No2I40f x JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist TANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Buildup FARM FOR SALE I grasslandt the pike Improvements and fencing good of water fruit acres of timbered land one mile East of McKlnney fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Bee grow BgcropSi JAQlVKNSAgont blcKlnneyKy When Ordering Clothes liOT your measurtken by a tailor of ex perlence Then your clothe whethera low price business cult or the llneit evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they wore made to your measure I will alto tako your mm sire for extra trousers fancy vests top coatrnnd overcoats Hprlng and Hummerg samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO UILEYTheTailorHtantord CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the bout III well as tho fre beit of cut flowers plants of all kind bulbs potted flower on short notice Also make a specialty of wreathfor for funeral 1 In connection with the above I have nil kinds of vegetable on hand nt reasonable price OIIniBTMAN GREEN HOUSES KD HUllUAKI 1KOK Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Rams Nothing But Insurance Jesse ID Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Otllce 65 Insure with me and bo fully protected wWODL HIDES FURS GllIStDlJColdenare Dealers and can do littler foryou merchantJReference Wrile for weeyrite lid and ship pla tail wool bags free M SAfEL SONS KSTABUftMKD us229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY INSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount J If BeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm KB Also Dealers in Fur d niture Mattiugs Rugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmerand Dealer InlHarness Saddler dSTANFORD KY lJaoaeI7 notneibonet I Ir McKINWEY PeterStraub of Somerset is putting up a much needed chimney for the Mc Kinney Roller Mills Miss Effle Drye daughter of H C iJrye has returned from a visit to red atives at Harrodaburg R S Scudder has returned from the Somerset fair where he reports he came out about 100 to the good G S McKinney has sold his farm to Wesley Hughe for 10000 It con tains 148 acres Possession Jan 1 C H Wright is running the woolen mills full blast and it is easy for any one to see that his business has unproved R A Luttrell of Elreno Okla who has been visiting friends and relatives in Casey for the last two weeks has returned home Born to the wife of R H Metcal- an 11pound girlMamie Catherine Dowell Metcalf Father doing well considering the circumstances and the mother is Improving Stephenson Reynolds the 15yearold son of G W Reonolds of this place quietly passed to rest Monday afternoon after an illness of typhoid fever He was a member of the Baptist church Idle father who has also been ill is im proving slowly Mrs Patterson Underwood of Hedge ville is spending a few days with rela tives at this place She will go to Olympian Springs from here Mrs S F Brown who has been visiting rela tives in Cincinnati has returned ac companied by her sister from that city Rev J H Coleman of the Semi nery Louisville very creditably filled the pulpit of the Baptist church hero Sunday Rev Coleman is a son of Rev James Coleman whose home was formerly hero He preached a very sympathetic discourse We hope the officers will see fit to engage Rev Cole man The Christirn Endeavor Society last Sunday reorganized and in selecting new officers was very careful to get good ones Miss Nora RifTo was president Miss Alice Gooch vice pres Ident Miss Madle Butler secretary After renewing our obligations for tho future work we adjourned to meet on Sunday night with Miss Florence Ep person leade- rFARMERS DEPARTMENT Hogs brought 7c at the Boner sale at BryantsvilleWinter oats for sale W D Hanson Moreland 4t Mrs Cath McClary sold to S J Bell I a gray gelding for 110 I Fifty or CO stock hogs forsale Coul ter McCormack MIddleburg Fort SALE50 young ewes at a bar gain James McKechnie Hubble B G Fox bought at Harrodsburg Monday 45 mule colts at 45 to 70 Twenty 1000pound cattle for sale L P Nunnelley Lancaster R F D Fon SALEA good milk cow with young calf J T Bingaman Stanford Ky 2t We have 35 or 40 No1 feeding hogs for sale at once Lutes Co Huston ville Ky FOR SALEA 2yearold Jersey bull I From good milk strain J H Jackson Stanford Ky 2t Parties wishing to sell mule colts or any kind of stock will do well to have them at Jones Park Yosemite Satur day Sept 18 FOR SALEAbout 50 tons of good timothy hay in stack will have baled as soon as can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky IL F D No1 An aged yellow Jersey cow free milker but with ono blind teat left my place Tuesday Aug 3 Please notify N W Fowle Rowland Ky CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of fine pasture 21 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle tit 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 M S Baughman has bought of Co R M Jackson the imported stallion Watchman for 2000 and will put him In the stud He is a great individual with a pedigree as long as your arm Night On Bald Mountain On c lonely night Alex Donton of Fort Edwards N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the homo of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that bad cured himself of asthma This wonderful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor Later it cured his sons wife of u severe lung trouble Millions believe Its tho greatest Throat and Lung euro on earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages andSore Lungs aru surely cured by It Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough 50c and al Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storo CIGAR salesman wanted in this local ity to represent us Experience unnec essary 110 per month and expenses CigarCoGo With A Rush The demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings Now Life PIUsis astounding Pennys Drug Store people say they never saw the like Its because thoyI never fall to cure soUr Stomach Constipation Indigestion Bilious ness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c I FOR SALE stock DIOoodNotiOIUj Groceries MWO Do Ing fair business Liberal term a B HARRIS Grab Orchard Ky FOR SALE I Will sell a Clothing shoe and Dent Fur nliblng Store located In the bet town In Doyle county A ureat opportunity for the right man mock will Invoice labout U6UO Address StJcare Interior Journal bton ford NOTICE I We have moved our produce hide and I poultry business from Myor stable to our toro recently purchaieuNof Uarland RIll gleton two doors from postotllce Wo still pay cath for nil kinds of country produce LAND UITCIIA AX Stanford Ky B D CARTER LivenfStreetPhone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY I J J BELDEN For Stones and Carriage Painting and Trim ming Paper Hanging Gun and Locksmith tug Shop opposltedefwt J J BKLDEX Stanford Ky Farm for Rent for 1910 I Farm contains 130 acres Brick house of 7 room burn cribs and nil outbulldlnK and flneprlnciu acre of bottom land W acres upland balance In grass and timber I Heedlnit sighs this Felt Would like to I rent before sept 15 Oall on MSs HAMIK PrxxmoTox It K No 1 Htanfonl Ky The McKlnniy Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is now In operation and It ready to serve the public In making Jean Itntey Blanket Flannels Yarns Etc Will either work wool or exchange goods for It High set market price for wool OHWKIQHT Iror FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I nA flue blue gras farm for tale situated on Ike near 1olnt Learell and six milessouth I of Lancaster ado acres well located In good neighborhood being part of the John walker tract with n handsome now two story sevenroom residence thereon with all necessary outbuildings and good new barn 40x00 Well watered six never tailing springs and creek running through TKHMS J cash In hand balance ono and two years from day of sale bearing six per paidPerson place please write or tee W O WAIKKK Stanford Two Small Farms fo Sale I One containing YJ acres good A room dwelling JTOIK stuck barn and outbuilding all under good fence and every Ilold 01 watered 1 hero In younforcbllrd a yeast old li acre In state of cultivation I raised 1200 pounds tobacco and yeartrlceuSroom tenant houkcii root tobacco lawn well wntorcdau acres under now farce furl ance In fine tlinbor 15 onus well cleared line corn and tobacco land irlcu Iin Hit uatcd 8 milts South of Stanford on Homer set pike Tract No1 is on pike No X Is 1 nillo from pike on county rond Aildr issor- ace I me nt Stanford Ky UO IIKKHY Farm for Sale On Danville HuMonvlllo pike of 210 acres In Llnroln county Ky + hula fruit Mora land Thl well Improredgmalwell- and cistern and abundance of stuck water furnished from jfuverfninng spring Most or faun In grass I desire to sell this tarn In the next today together with the stock I1liOlIbredmates 4 registered II registered italllon B1 acres of corn 15 or S1 stacks of hay farm sell Implements of every dencrlutlon 1 will the outfit or as1 part of time stock and If I soil the farm without the stock I must gull not later than ao day to ns to glvu metliiitftotimken sale of my stock Also have 20 odd miiloi from work mult down to colts You will have to see this yarn to appre chit the location and the ninny advantages of this farm person from n distance dpslrlnit to see this nrncan come tn Moro land Lincoln county Ky on the Queen A Crescent route tills firm being only about H mile from station 1111 KINO Moroland Ky Dinwiddie Co Hstnville Kya Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods PUBLIC SALE tlmuhighesthalf mile North of McUrvary on tho Lan caster nndBuckeye turndkeon WBVNtKDAYHt1lTlJlOOOIat 10 oclock A x the following personal propcrtyi One 6 year old family horse I fatallymareUyennoldthnthas good mulo mare 1 nice two yearold harness immure 1 two year old hone y yearling trollltwobyherI I JonnetsI IJerseyhousehold and kitchen furniture and farm Ing Implements I undercashnotetoannumfrom tTrustJ W HILL S fUftVEYINt AND CIVIL EMIl NCEIUNI surveylngandwill be guaranteed and my prices are nat onnblo Write mil at or call me I HUltolllIIoExohRnge WAtrEIMultINNEY CONCRETING I We are In position to do all kind of con creting ni Work liivomenti end In fact we can make any from e house down to n fence post e cnii serve you promptly and guarantee flr4clnn prtclIIbeforo PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court Maggie Lena H Jlur gIll etc 1etundantiotlce of sale In ollnco toaction t rendered InI the nhovestyled at the Jlay term 1WO the undersigned OommUMontir will mi- nMONDAVHEPT13TIi 1109 Wtweunthehoursofla-ndSpxInfrontof the court house door In Htsidord Ky over for sale nt out cry to the highest anti bust bidder on a eredlt or six months the tract of land In Lincoln county Ky owned by Bryant Hobbs at the time of death bounded on the North by the lands of W I Grimes on the Houth the Stanford and Preacher vllle turnpike on the West by the lands of Mn Mary K Wurren reinvestmen- tTsxxsBond The object of the WI 0 It for with luinrornl ecurlty payable to the CnmmlAlonvr will be ref qui restfrourate of inlnloth paht bl11I1C cellt the force and etrect of a judgment and secured by lien on the land J 11 1AXTUS Matter Uomr 1 M McUOUKKTM Atty for Iltt PUBLIC SALE OF Farm Live Stock end Farming Ins pleincuts es On account of a change In butlnei of my which II my reason fo- rsellingIwilolferatpublic auction on the premise on TIIiriWUAYBKlT 19 1HW At 10 oclock A x my line blue grass farm containing 23 acres to be surveyed to pur chaser located dye mile east of Harrodt hurg tnnoe lnlles notll of Burto and two miles west ot Shakedown on the Chatham pike adjoining the This U one of the tlnvst agricultural And tock farms In Kentucky It IK probably the beet the blue gran country-everylleldonthe place being abundantly supplied with never talling water The place U fertile nnd superior for time cultiva tion ot tobacco hump corn nnd wheat The farm Uwiulppvd for tobacco raising with two limit The stock bArn Is second to nllIIalnderdwelling contaln lght large room large veranda and U urroundtd by all necessary outbuilding Termii Onethird cash and tllo rHlmlllllor In ono two three and four semirsame time and plate the following Mix heal of big mart mules V cattle ro hogs Jersey cattle two wtH piti ak Ixsldti taming binders mow tn wagons plowsbanless anti many other things too numerous la mention Trrms on personal property on All uols of 3 cuthowr that amount n four months negotiable note without Interest UurROOon the ground and plenty of It 1 11 CHATHAM Harrodiburg Ky Commissioners Sale 1 Lincoln Circuit Court As directed by n Judgment of the Lincoln FebruaryConnand others agalntt J A Dunaway and oth ere the undersigned toinmlstloner will at about r Mim MONDAY SEPT 13T1I IOOM county court tiny n trout of the courthouse puttyIlen credit of six laud IS monthitho tract of limed near Highland In Lincoln county Ky owned by Jesse McOulTey nt time of hit death and thus decribtsi Ileglnnlnq at dOIII1Od 11 links N M W rornerjtIlutcldsons corner in Will Uu chlion linothhwe NilS W le IlOlcl to R store Robert Hutchison1 m corner thence NsfTKW IS pollOI to II store In Sln Martins lino popmpoltfilon whllenuk Hughes nnd JIMI Itui tin corner thence llastlnn line n KM4 K 1W foies to a stake oil the side of n hill when a Poplar and two chestnut wore called for ox corner thence N 15 W7rt pole to two buckeyes and white walnut near a branch thence N 71 AV 31 poles to a sugar tree In a drib Win Hutchison corner thencu with hll lino N 75 W M pole to a dead white oak with ooh hickory and saga tree pointer hll corner thence his line H j W 21 poles 11 link to n hickory t1y1V2rolostoat H its VS 7 link ton cherry tron his corner thence imb line N 1S4 W to poll to the beginning containing ncrel1 root and N poles of land Hoiul with good security for tho purchase price will bo required thepurchaser hoar cent Interest from date of cnlo un til paid payable lu tho CoiiiinUiloncr Inv log the force and erect of a Judgment nnd secured by lien on the land 111 PAXTOK M a L UU P JL Mclloberts Atty for Pins The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington Ky or fen the namely Agricul tural ChnlllclIllnKllletrlllgOhlI Kngl n erlng Klectrlcul UuglniMrlng Mining KnglnftirliiKOIaslcal duel invnn Hclentlllo I courses each of which extends over four year nnd leads to a Bachelors degree elm a Uepartment of Lawund a Department of Education latins boon ustabllshed Instead of the Normal School Iuraonl whim enter this department prepare forndviinced work In pedagogy and uru granted n llach elor degree in Ihb subject when complet id The Academy for preparatory Instruc lion Is County appointee receive free tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories fuel timid light trawling expenses If they collOKluloThelaboratorlci anti tiiusount are large well aqulppeticmnpreheuafvomind modern Military is fully provided for us re quired byoiigrci The graduate In the iiiveral courses of itudy readily flint employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculate for last year wax 1U78 Koch do partment lIaa a peclallst at Its head with necessary number of nislttiinli Young woolen tllld IIn oxpellent home with ward anti lodging in Inttorion Hall which Is well equipped with all the modern convenience hall for phyilcal studyinIdentical condition with those applying to mates The completion of tho Agricultural Min ing Knglneurlng laboratory and Kduca tlon building alTord amplo and commod ious quarters for these department which are rapidly increasing In the number of ma trleulntes Kor cataloguu method of obtaining ap pointment information regarding courses of itudy term of admission apply to JAS K FATTH1I80K 1h U LL D Pre or to D 0 FnAzKK Business Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 909 aR x Look l ook LookyJust rccalvwl complete liuo of Fall anti Winter Shoes for Men Wom nIj and Children in Patents Vicia Gun Metal Ox Blood and Box Calf More t styles than over shown hero before Prices arc always the lowest e SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY 51 75RoundTrip to Louisville Sunday Sept 19 LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE K R SPECIAL TRAINo I Leaves Stanford nt 740 A M i arrives Louisville 1015 Louisville Op M returning BASE BALL GAME k 5IOUISYHLITWO GAMES Beautiful Parks and River Rides J R HKE Agent LN R I- iuigis I ITHE SHOW OFF St 1909 11 STATE FAIR il eIe nUiDAILYJ FREE ATTRACTIONSFIRE WORKS 25k GREAT A SIDE SHOWS ONJHE PASS 25 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