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This It not correct. the Kings Mountain School They say In one statement that wo Proposition. urged them to levy the school tax, and Kinds Mountain, Sept. 4 -- In a let. In another wo didn't say anything about tcr by Ltne, Wall and Smith, Au. 17, It. If you will kkdly refer to tho is they tay wo wero president and tecre-tar- y sues of July 30 and Aug. 13, you will at tho time wo urged them to lovy sec that this too is incorrect. After tho tax. Thl it incorrect, a any ono they were warned that tho tax had to can too by referring to our firtt letter be levied in Juno they failed to call the to tho iNTEnton JooiiNAt of July 30. board together to levy it, but that docs In that letter wo tay tho night wo wore not chango tho school law. Hut why retired at president and secretary that don't they I'fess up" about their mis- Dr. Acton Informed them that tho tax tiko llko wo did In regard to ours, and had to bo levied in Juno. Thlt is cor- not try to blame tome ono clso for It. M. G. Murphy, rect and as stated In tho I. J. Aug. 9, J. W. Acton. Mr. Lane admitted that Dr. Acton did say sumcthinR about It, but ho paid no middleburo. uttention to it. Tho latter part wat at n meeting hold July 1 1, all trustees The kid band is practicing for tho fair present with Maurice Singleton. We at Oak Park on the 18th. were retired at president and secretary Squirrels aro said to bo plentiful, but the very last days of May or tho first surely their numbers nro being reduced days of June at ttated previously. if the report of tho fowling piece meant They tay at a meeting of the board anything. on July 14, President Lano suggested Cutting and housing tobacco it tho that we borrow money and have a nine order of the day In this community. months' tchool, and then vote an addi- The crop is good and barn room is at a tional tax. A part of this It correct premium. and part incorrect. Lano tuggeitcd The Mlddleburg Graded School opened that wo borrow the money and have a Monday with Mrs. Laura Lee principal nino montht tchool. thlt borrowed mon- and A. E. Wesley nnd Miss Uessie Leo ey to be paid out of next year's levy, assistants. (which will b needed to run tho tchoo Cy Kusseil took two blue ties on his next year.) M. G. Murphy wat the suckling mule at the Liberty fair. The adone who proposed that wo voto an colt it by It. S. Scudder's fine jack and ditional tax of 20 centt advalorcm and it perhaps the best one in the county. n poll of 11.00. This wat discussed fulMiss Esther Murphy, of Kingsvillc, ly and a motion made that it be dono. entered tchool hero Monday. Miss WilAfter tho house was motioned on the lie Pogle, who is teaching at Kllisburg, question. Dr. Acton tald if wo go Into was hero Sunday to see tho homefolks. tho proposition wo want It to carry and Clay Godby and C. F. Montgomery, reho was fearful a f 1 50 poll would be vot- publican nnd democratic nominees re ed down, but ttated he was for the spectively for county nttorncy, wero 81.C0 poll if we thought we could carry hero Saturday. it. but suggested the poll be put at ?1 A protracted meeting will begin at Tho motion was seconded and all voted tho Uaptist church hero on tho third for $1 poll and 20 ccnta property tax. Sunday. Uev. Fulton, of Louisville, which it the limit on property (30 cents wmi it now holding a meeting for Uev. having been voted when tho school whs Charles Martin at Liberty, will do tho established.) They say Murphy and preaching. Itev. J. L. Owens, tho pasActon wero to keep quiet. Thi it not tor, requests that tho members of the correct, but it was unanimously agreed church mako it a point to attend. that all trustees keep this a secret and Dr. Acton turned to Maurice Singloton IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. and asked him not to mention it, and he tho englno smashed A said ho would not All truitces, with bridge traction Chaplin nt Perryville. over the Singleton, know these are facts Q. C. Godhey was elected director of They say they were informed that we Commcrical Hank of Liberty in the trying to intlucnce men to vote tho were nothing of place of J. J. Elliott, who moved to against tho tax. We know county. their Information, but wo do know that this Dr. D. K Pearsons, of Chicngo, will agreed to keep It a secret, and inall give $100,000 to Hcrea College provided side of three or four days Lano and $400,000 additional. Wall had been talking it to others. In tho trustees raise said this would bo his last days after tho tnx question was Dr. Pearsons a few this character. introduced Morris Wall came to Dr. gift of A. E Hundley has sold his magnifiActon and said: "Say nothing about on Mnple Avenue to At this fur the people will think this tax cent residence torney William Roberts, tho considerais just for ono year, but it will be for Possession October every year." After this they had 4 tion being $10,000. will open notified Murphy; (of 1. George D. Wcatherford meeting and never his Mor nt A- - H. Robertson's about course this meeting wat illegal ) At month. He proposes to this meeting they voted to mako tho the 15th of this of high-cla$1, Dr. Ac carry a most complete stock poll tax 50 cents Instead of goods. Advocate. ton voting against It. They got the Knox county is tho only county In petition up without our knowledge and Kentucky without a jaii. The old strucsent It to the county judge, as we wer razed to mako room for Informed. When taxpayers would como ture has been have us and ask us if this tax was for just n new jail. Tho threo prisoners to been put to work, and aro nllowed one year, as tho other fellows seem to in working out their senhave represented it, we simply told the double time "cago" at nnd that is why they tay we tences, being confined In tho facts, night. Tho new jail, which will be were againtt the tax.' comThey apeak of us wanting to rulo the modern In every respect, will be true. They claim pleted within six months. board. That it not STAMFORD, KY V)l lot. NO. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1909. BRODHEAD. 56. Murphy and Acton NEWS NOTES. II. Wood, postmaster at Stanley, thlt State, It under arrest for alleged shortage. Cannibala aro killing nnd eating for eigners in the Malaha and Tangha ic glons of South Africa. Gen. Trevino places tho lots of life from the floods In tho Stato of Nuevo William Leon, Mexico, at 1,500. The explosion of an ammonia tank in Cleveland caused $50,000 damage at tho plant of the Cleveland Provisicn Company. At Bristol, Va., Judge Kellcy denied tho pleas of tho "drys" to be allowed to amend their petitions in tho suit with tho "wets." Somebody climbed through It. Roso's window In New York, while ho slept, and after a terrific strugglo murdered him with a knife. Luclcn J. Irwin was elected president of tho 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 tint quit work will bo taken back. E. H. Harriman has suffered another relapse and it Is said that his lifo is hanging in the balance. Reports as to the exact condition of tho millionaire arc conflicting. Permission has been granted by Mrs. John C. Latham for tho opening of tho 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 Hopkinsvillc. Thomas II. Uroadhcad, who was ac quitted 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 since his suspension five months ago. Tho coroner's jury returned a noncommittal verdict at the inquest into the death of John Cook, who was killed in the riot in Frankfort. In tho care of the late Sergt Ingram Tate it was held that he was killed by Joe Nickels. Statisticians who arc eminently qualified to form estimates believe that tho United States census to be taken next year will show a population of between 90,000.000 and 93,000,000. They would not bo surprised if the figures ran as high as 100,000,000. Brief funeral services were held in Washington over the body of Capt. Surnuel C. Lemly, for 12 years Judgo Advocate General of tho Navy. The body was borne with a military escort to Arlington National cemetery, where interment took place with full military honors. Warrants were sworn out at Frank fort by E. W. Howser, at whose saloon Saturday night's riot occurred, against Capt. W. H. Waddoll and Sorgt. Earl Hritton, of Company G, of Somerset They arc charged with unlawfully banding and confederating to destroy Rev. C. C. Metcalfo la conducting a revival at Union Ridgo tchool house, near Ottowa. About 20 additions up to now. Mrs. Lizzio Swinford. of Lebanon Junction, is with her parents Mr. and Mrt. G. E. Painter, thlt week. Mr. J. Thomas Cherry and wife attended tho Somerset fair last week, also visited friends at Burnsidc. While wrestling Tuesday evening Victor Francisco, aged 11 years, son of Tom Francisco, broke his left arm just above tho elbow. Drs. Carter and Gravely set the limb and Vick is doing nicely but sickened out on wrestling. Mrs. Fred Hahn, of tho Freedom neighborhood, was operated on a few days ago for an abscess on tho liver and is now doing as well as could be expected, as the case was a severe ono. Drs. E. J. Brown of Stanford and Carter and Gravely did the work. Mrs. Jamet Bradley, of tho Sayers section, died and her remains wero taken to Walnut Grove burying ground in You have rend n good deal of the increasing prices of Men's Clothes; of the Southern part of the county and buried last Sunday evening. Mrs. the shortage of wool; and the "LONG-AGE- " of wool prices. And all that Bradley hud been sick with consumption you have read is true. for a long time. She leaves besides a But The Roynl Tailors successfully planned nnd completed n coup on tho husband three small children. wool market that lias placed them alone of all clothes makers in apposition Considerable sickness prevails In and around town at present. Several of to dictate their this season's clothes prices. W. H. Sowder's family are down with symptoms of fever. Mrs. Mary Albright was sick first of week but is better 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 Maro burg, You know the reason for increasing wool prices. Tho wool crophas not died of flux Saturday night and was been right this year, nnd tho tariff uncertainty has increased thoj tendency to buried in Maretburg cemetery Sunday shove tip prices. Tho Royal Tailors looked ahead nnd anticipated tuo presevening, Mr. Andy Burke conducting funeral services. Tho deceased was ent situation months ago. President Yclion of tlint concern sent a corps of 12 men into the 'Western born near Old Fork church in Garrard county on what has been known since sheep raUing districts to buy up the raw product nnd hold it for the anticithe war as tho Middleton farm. Ho pated was Gl years of age, was a son of W. Wheu the increase tame Tho Royal Tailors Iaughedjat tho woolen "ruilla B. Middleton, Sr., and is the last of a family to pass away. He was a and their increning rates. The woolen mills wanted wool they could not large brother to Dr. Middleton, of Lancaster, get it. Tho Royal Tailors had it and in tho end 2,042 pieces of cloth who died several years ago, was an were woven for Tho Royal Tailors by Extern mills at bare operating cost to uncle of Rev. West, who held a high keep the mills going during tho wool famine. government position on the Isthmus of The Royal Tailors nro laughing yet. So nro wo ! Panama, but contracting fever there You can laugh too, if you come in nnd take advantage of our WONDER, was brought back and died several How President Vek Cornered a Slice of the Wool Market And Saved $100,000 in Price Reductions for the Good Dressers of America. i? si price-increas- ss property. Nineteen persons narrowly escaped ueaui in tne burning or a boarding- house conducted by Mrs. K. W. Pettis, at Monroe, La. The fire, believed to bo of Incendiary origin, had v wu did rule the old board, lou may atk any or all of tho old board about this; butdf wo did rulo it wa always levied tho tax to support tho school Thov tneak of tho girls from out the district going to school hero. They wero not hired girls and went to school with tho full consent of all the trustees. Wo dislike to engago in personal affairs, but ttiey have opened it and we 8uppoie It it all right. Morris Wall tent a girl to school last year who was not fivo years old July 1, 1908. He paid CO centt tax and rofuscd to piy" $1 poll tax, whlclfwat levied on all patrons of tho school. Ho Is tending thlt girl to school and she it not in the tchool age. After tho petition was tent tb tho county judgo they called u meeting of the tax payers of tho district and nil present except ono man voted to givo us tho limit (which Is $1 CO poll and 50c property tax) and these men were tho ones they tald would voto the $1 poll tax down; but they still say, only have 50c poll. Tho face of it will show that Lano pays nothing and has no children, and Wall pays only 00c nnd they want as small a poll as puss bio so tho other fellow will do tho paying. We aro for the limit on both property and poll. They say Murphy was elected trustee In 1007, for two years and tho records show this. When tho school was organized five men wero elected trustees. The school law says (page 71, Sec. 110, Div. 2 ) "At tho next regular election aftet the school is organized and every third year thereafter, there shall be but one trustee elected." Then two trustees would go out tho second year and two the third year. We made a mistake in drawing or casting lota, but that doesn't change the tchool law, nor are we trying to blame tone oae eke for our abtake. Tkey My Murphy re- 1 CHURCH MATTERS. Uev. T. W. Darker will preach at Jr., the garago proprietor with Ncals CreeK Methodist church at 3 !. M, whom she lived, and then shot herself, Sunday. Her last Subject Sunday morning at tho Meth died nt a Brooklyn hospital. Gun-thodist church: "Paul's Gospel." Ep words expressed satisfaction that wns dead. The woman said she worth League Rally at Danville Sunday shot him because he was untruo to her. night. Thcro were 14 additions at the meet Washington's Plaguo Spots night. It i u at Rowland Wednesday He in the low, marshy bottoms of tho it being conducted by Rev. D. M. Potomac, tho breeding ground of Walker. germs. These gorms cause chills, All aro asked to bring small baskets fever and ague, biliousness, iaundlec, Sunday, Sept. 10, as they como to tho deSunday School Convention, which meets lunsUuclo, weakness and general in tho Presbyterian church at 10 A. M bility and bring sulferlng or death to Hit-te- n There will bo regdlar services at tho thousands yearly. Hut Electric nover full to destroy them and Christian church next Sunday morning and evening. The pastor will bo at his cure malaria trouble. "Thoy aro tho tonic and euro for mapost of duty regularly from now on, nnd best urges those who have dropped out of laria I ever used," writes H. M. tho Sunday School and been absent Jumes, of Louelleu, S 0. They euro from church services, to begin now to Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Blood reinstate themselves in tho work that Troubled and will prevent Typhoid. ought to bo so dear to their heats. D. Try them, 50o, Guaranteed by Penny's Drugstore. M. Walker. Elaborate preparation is being made "Health ColTeo" Is tho cleverest Imitation of rcul coiTeo over vet made. by the congregation of the Pisgah Dr. Sboop created It from pure, parch Presbyterian church la Woodford counod grains, malt, nuts, etc, Fiuo In ty for tho celebration of tho one hunanniversary of lluvor is inado In just ono minute. dred and twenty-fiftNo 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolllug. the founding of that church on October rau-Ur- lu d h gained so much headway when discovered that the guests were forced to jump from the upper windows in their night clothes. Many wero Injured. Still unrepentant for her act, Elizabeth Clara Decker, the young woman who on Saturday killed John A. Gun-the- r, months ogo. Mr. Middleton was a devout man, n member of the Christian church. It can bo said of him he knew not an enemy. The Rockcastle Baptist association met hero Tuesday, Wednesday and inursuay. 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 nt Louisville; ho also represented tho Western Recorder; Rev. D. E. Fogle, of Georgetown, representing Georgetown college, Mrs. McFcrren, of Pine Hill, Mrs. Lucy Woodall, of Livingston, nnd Rev. AH Green Fish, of the Hiatt section. gave interesting talks on,, different topics. Good singing and lots of dinner on the grounds made the day an enjoy-abl- o one to the largo crowd present. The other two days were devoted to Association work. Every church in tho bounds of tho Association was represented cither by delegate or letter. Some of the other visitors from afar were Mrs. Mattio Nevius, of Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Elvada Tudor and little daughter, of Richmond. A Hurry Up Quick! Mr Drugglst-Qulck- ! FUL PRICES: The Best $25, $3oand $35 Suits and Overcoats in America. The R(tal Tnilors display nt this storo 500 BeautifulJFall Woolens nicst of them absolute cloth innovations at prices that will elato any shrewd clothe buyer. For 823, or 833 Tho Royal Tuilor will mako for you in their great Chicago tailor shops, tho highest typo of custom and made to order suit cr ' overcoat money' can buy a regular $b"0 or 885 local tailor's value. all Pure Wool; genuine merchant tailor workmanship; s shrunk, nnd warranted to hold its stylo and fit until completely worn out. And a definite legal guarantee, mado out in your namo conies with every Royal garment. The guarantee ays: "This suit is warranted to satisfy you in every respect." If it doesn't you needn't keep it or pay one penny for it. You certainly wrong yourself if you fail to investigate tills chnnco- to get real Royal Tailo'ring, the beat in tho world at prictA lower than tho .prices on even the ordinary tailoring. hand-sewesecret-proces- Call. A box of Hueklen's Arnica Salve Here's a quarter For tho iovoof Moses, hurry! Baby's luntardhlmsolf, terribly Johnnie cut his toot with the axe Marato's scaldod Pa can't walk from piles llllllo has boll- s- and my corns acho. She got it and soon cured all tho family. Its tho greatest healer ou earth. Sold by Ponny'sDriu' Store. MATRIMONIAL. In Now Y.ork Mrs. Homer Davenport was allowed $400 a month alimony in her action for a separation from tho Cummins & Wearen, . cartoonist. Morris Lafeyetto Moter and Miss Oca Moser drove to Danvillo yesterday and wero mado one. Tho two had been sweethearts for some time, Tho groom is a prosperous young farmer and his bride is a both pretty and popular. She Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs William Moser, of the McCormack't section. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 1798 Tranqlvania Uoiversitij 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. , Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. Ono man was killed and another probably fatally injured by the wreck ing of an automobile near Mt. Vernon, N Y. The accident was caused by the explosion of a tire. . tickling ordry cough utn bequlck-l- y iooteued with Dr. Shoop't Cough Itemedy. No opium, no Chloroform, nothing uasafe or harsh.. Wold by Penny's Drug Store. A r It Is the woak nerves that aro crying out for help. Then holp them, don't drug tho stomach or stimulate tho Heartor Kidneys. That is wrong. Hamilton Collego for Tho Collego of I.ilierul arts Vitalize theso weak inside nerves with Women, and tho Lollego ot law. Dr. Shoop's KcstoraUvo and see how Three campusca embracing 23 ucres. fast good health will come to you Thirteen buildinga with modern euuipiuout. er 7. Sold by again. Test it and see. A faculty of 50 chosen from the bent universities of America and Europe, . Tho Httlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets Penny's Drug Store. , Standardized elcctWo courses leadiug to the degree oA. ll.'B.-- , called Provcntlcs, will In a few hours II. unanimous vote the M and L. h. By practically a safely check all Colds or LaOrlppo, strikers at the Pressed Steel Car plant New Scienco lJuildiug recently erected at u cost of 8o'0,000. Sold by Penny's agreed to accept the company's conTry them! Student now in utteuduueo from 25 Stutct and G foreign countries. Drug Store, cessions and return to work. Moial Influences, cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable ox Pains ot women, bead pains, or any peutet. session begins Sept. 13, 1009. Writo for catalogue Kentucky Fair Dates. Tho pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with days. Parlt, Sept Dr. Shoop'a Pink Palu Tablets. See RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, A. M Ph. D. Pres. MoDtleello, Sept. 7- -4 days. Kentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept. full formal a on 2oa box. Sold by LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY) 13- -8 dyt. Peaoy's Drug Store. S,,-"A- II 74 fc . jfeA-- i- , , uti -- V- The Interior Journal. C C. WALTON Good mornimr. Hara n. ed the North pole? vou discover- w STOP THAT n . HEADACHE VV- r.nu jumn "... nigngrae irna, j. r. urn, your needa and rUantord,Ky.,wtll supply lly having your eyei properly fitted with sunranten aatiafactlon. Ho alaoearrle. In tnck Kdlaon ulinnotfrnnhs and the lateat or record which you can (my for rath, na on monthly InatallmenU. Call nnd let talk the mutter orer. KYKHTK.HTKI) FHKK. PREACHERSVILLE. Born, to the wife of Menefco Elmoro, a fine girl. They say "Pud" walks like a dog in high rye. Tho watermelon crop is said to be shorter than ever before. The melons are of fair quality though generally small. A horso ran away hero Monday afternoon and tore the buggy top up for T. Crab Orchard F. Gross, tho well-know- n Democratic Ticket. For Circuit JnjRf, M. C. SAUFLEY of Lincoln, (KrSLaa BHlVSlJK Stock of Merchandise for Sale. in neaun. I deatre to tell privately my itock nt Hardware. Doing n good hull-neWill Invoice about ?,' lUnion UKO. I). HOPI'KH, Htnnford, Ky. 1 For Commonvenlth's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer. For Htnto Henntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Iloprescntntlve, V. H. SHANKS ForJOounty Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, veterinary. Willis Bell shook tho dust off of his feet last Sunday night and departed unto the land of the Hoosicrs. Tho best wishes of all should go with him. Mr. W. P. Grimes Is without doubt tho largest land owner in tho East End. He has over 900 acres, his farm extendWalnut ing into two neighborhoods Thero nro Flat nnd Preachersvillo. men at work on this farm who bavo never seen each other, yet they have been employed on tho farm for the last eight months. Miss Sarah Howard, of near Crab Orchard, is teaching tho Hobbs school. Indications point to a better school than this community has enjoyed for some time. On account of tho "luck In leisure" attitude of the powers that be, school will not be firnished hero till midwinter, as it could have been had school started a great deal earlier in the season. Mrs. William Smith, of White's Mill, owns a horse which is a remarbablo specimen of tho equine family. This horse knows enough that when tho Smith children attend school at Crab Orchard he can take the buggy back home as well as if the driver accompanied him. When harnessed again in the afternoon his horscship quietly and calmly goes and brings the children home. This has been a regular thing for a long timo and no mistakes to his discredit. Mr. and 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. J no. Williams. Mr. Todd, of Berea, 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 Miss Emma Holtztlaw, of Holtzclaw. Gilberts Creek, is teaching the Preach-ersvill- e school. Mrs. Maggie Wheat, of Tucson, Ariz., is visiting her brother, W. P. White, and family. Mrs. Wheat has traveled extensively in the West and can describe most entertainingly the places she has visited. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Williams visited at Paint Lick. 1 FARMS FOR SALE n lh to aell prh ately my farm of Kl nerea at Juiulo. Lincoln County, Ky. four tnllea from MfKlnuer. Una on It cowl dwelling, good Imrii, cellar, spring liou.e. line water, etc uinii lain nignaintnoicui Alio huui four other uniall tlntlon. All well Improved. Termt Inrma aatla. fiiranle. laciorr. n.O.HIIM'I.K, Htnnford, Ky., II. F. 1). No.S. V.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, X D. SWOPE For ehiTirr. ; MILL FOR RENT! Onlnff to lll.henlth ntul wnntlntf to ! nway from home tome tlila summer, I have decided to rent my lili Itlter iioner .mi in. irnen iiy wiiut ana tieam power, (food location. Mill In (lrat'Clnaa condition. W. lt.TKAYIiOlt. II. F. I. No. a, HtanforU, Ky. Iff ; ; . i Is. I 1 1. w. l. Mccarty For County Court Cleric, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Assessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hcboolf , GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Htnnford District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Contnble;Htnnford District, I. M. BRUCE For MBglitratelCrnb Orcbnrd District, J. WARD MOORE For Maglatrnte Huatomlllo Dlttrlct, J. K HELM, SR Maglatrnte Wayneaburg Dlttrlct, For JOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable "Wayneaburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH JOE MAGEE of Crnb Orchard, subject to the action of tbu democratic party and oaks our Support. Home At Auction I Monday, Hept. IS, lfcw, county court day, the properly on Dam tile Aenue, Stanford, occupied by V. tl. Wlihera. Una n retldencw iirv foodgood ihapu. and outuulldtiiga nnd Hpleiidld cl.teru big garden. location llrtlclasa nnd In fine neighborhood. Will sell In trout of the old court houte nt l:l) Mnndny afternoon, Ht'pt. 13, lwm. Mr. Hugh Held, K. I). Mlaa Mary IVnnlngton, Htauford, Ky. Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of, Edcrhcimcr, Sttin & Co." u a k i as wr a ""JD Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co, HAKIII Htm Marblo and Cranito MonuMarkers nnd I'oata, Cemetery nnd Ijwn Viiaeannil Hvtteea. Oltlcu and works, Ky. ments! Small Farm For Sale I here. Wait and see them. I dealre to tell privately my farm of 67 acret. In Lincoln county, aeen miles from Htanlord ami two mllet from Maywood. on good road't mile from pike. In good neighborhood, close to church, rural route anil !, tulle from school-housnil ery productive, H farm In grnsa, Ixilonce In cultivation; nil under good fence. Coiulorlnhle house of tlx rooms; new burn and all other outbulldlnga. Abundance of tine wuter and fruit of all Winds. J. T. MVINfiSTON, 11. F. 1). No. 1, Htnnford, Ky. We are the people who furnish the boys their wearing apparel. We will show the most beautiful line of Boys' Suits ever shown i htJ Ian cnndldnte for Police Judge Dr. Cook continues to be in favor in Copenhagen and with foreign scientists. It is 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 ho would avoid all controversies and that if Peary had said he bad reached the pole ho 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. H. J. McROBERTS, Stanford, Ky, REWARD. Hating sulfered considerable annoynnca nnd damage from outlaw s. In breaking gate latches unci tearing uowu ami ueiiroying my gate., on the county rond that runt tli rui eli niv farm. I hate concluded to oITi r n reward for information lending to the of such person or iwrtons. I n will therefore give me aum ot ) lor lenillni to the nrre.t and conviction of any party or imrtle.. that hate broken natw the laicnesonnuy oi my gatei.oriiini gates snwisl down or turndown any of my on the county road which runs from the HuttoiiTllie turnpiKO to iu .iiiiieugetme tnrnplke, through my farmland I wlllulte the kame amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction ot any party or turtles whu In the future commit any of the nlKive offenses. Witness my hnnd this loth day of August, mior-mutto- 10 PER CT. REDUCTION, Moroland, Kentucky, c. b. PRurrr, pfS fh v!zf7JI3f'l3tU?Jf1"l"Jj "ifW xr t -- tmwt t&aGxxoxsaszt&szxssrxsx-- i -- trj tI1"3fc O. L. I'emiy It. II. (Villey K. It. Colemnn The 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 tho whisky that is in it and rye will be banished from Kentucky's products. democrats of Livingston county have nominated a ticket to defeat the "mule" ticket, a mongrel affair, oflrepublicans and bolting democrats. 1 IThey have a splendid show to defeat the fusionists and we hope they willjleave nothing undone in their effort to do so. The POLITICAL. C. Kennedy has resigned as coun II. ty judge of Wayne. Washington county republicans nominated E. P. Deadman for Representative. 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 2:30 Tuesday, Sept. 21st. For SO day a. In order to clean up on Drugget, I'arpeta, Itugt. Ktc. Will 10 per cent, reduction, llmewme rnro uargnluain millinery. Home big Imrgnlna In close outs in wall paper. Nice selection of framed pictures. Now-- Is jour time to buynliandonu niantlM mirror. Oull and tee them. Choice selection of rockers. Good line of metal and wood, metal and wood folding lHtla,i'rlba,cota.iunttreaa-ea- , springs, counches, Dntenporta, clmlra, ault cases, grips, trunks, extenalou tables, centre tablet, medicine cnbliuU, glass, sah, doors, Ac. fall and see us. Well equipped itock of funeral supplies. Men lev night or day. O. II. rill'ITT.Morelnnd, Ky. Mat-tlng- a. gl FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TRY OUR Talcum Powder, fcjwngcs, rv. t j. Una.. Hit. Rath AND ESPECIALLY Urtij-ht- f , Toilet nnd Hath Soaps Cftc Cincoln County national Bank M Of Stanford. Kentucky. f)p Our Ice Cold Soda Wnter with Joixy Ciream and Fine Fruit Flavor. Tub North pole 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. Cook who found the old thing last week. A convict at Fort Leavenworth demands 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 if he does not produce "a wooden leg and a good one." I1' w If lemons continue to soar heaven ward there will bo no danger of your being banded one unless your associates belong to the charmed circle of the millionaires. It is believed that they will soon be worth 10c each. Heavy duty is the trouble. AN ordinance has been adopted in NOTICE! Franklin fixing a license tax or .15,000 I to sell HS acre of unimproved desire per annum for the sale of "near-beer.- " land on Cedar Creek, three miles fromt'rub In cultltntlon, Ijvnd nut This means that no decoctions of the Orchard; iiuitcres splendid condition. Improved, but In foaming beverage will be sold in tho Mkj. N. A, OAUHKH. It. F. 1). No. I, Htnnford, Ky. county of Simpson. YV. The Road To Success has many obstructions, but none so desperate us poor health. Success v W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, Stanford, Kentucky. li.mands health, but Electric Bit S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. ters is the greatest health builder tho J. B. PAXTON, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER world has over known. It compels HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. , perfect action of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, purifies and enriches the DIREOTORSt blood, and tones and Invigorates me J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford whole system. Vigorous body ana John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- keen brain follow their use, You kin, Lancaster; J. H. Paxton, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, can't afford to slight Electric Bitters Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Only 50c. n If weak, or sickly. II. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store, Gooch, Gilberts Creek. ORGANIZED IN 1882. Duning a quarrel at the dinner table Edward Black fired two bullets into the CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. body of his wife, fatally wounding her SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. at San Antonla, Texas. Black tried to HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 escape through a window, and was shot (INCORPORATED.) Cligord, his wife's and killed by Arthur Combine- Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety brother. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. Henry Hill, a Negro, was drowned in OFFICERS. J , DIRECTOR. a creek by a mob at Rayville, La., afF. Held, J, H. Daughman, he had attacked Miss Nettie Jones, S, Hoclter, President;, ter I. M D. Elmore, J, M. Fettus, a prominent young woman of that S. T. Harris, place. II. C. Daughman, J, F, Cummins, John , McHoberts, Cashier; S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, Shed Williams, of Bath county, realII. C. Baughman, Asst. Casb'r W. I). O'Uanuon . S. Hocker. ized $402 from one sow in 13 months. W.W. Saunders, Uookkeeper, C.tE. Tale. FARM to-1n- Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 4O.000.O0 340,000.00 PENINY'S DRUG STORE, g eesBSBSssssBBEa fft FIRST NATIONAL BANK, run-dow- Stanford Garage & Machine Co., - AUTOMOBILES, FEED CUTTERS. GASOLINE ENGINES. CRUSHERS, IMPLEMENTS. -:- n. AUTOMOBILES - FOR -:- - RENT. Tho Collco with tho Strength, Flavor nnd Aroma. wo will t'lvo Five 1'ouinU Colllo at !J5c 1 Nickel Dip ColIooPotnt $1.50 K. Cress, a good democrat and a fine gentleman, has announced his to go Wett, 1 will sell at Hating attor- public, saledecided liouiu place, ouu mile from candidacy for Commonwealth's at my d Maywood on dirt road leudlug from ney of the Somerset district. Hero's to I'rah Orchard, oil hoping he'll win. Thero's u chanco for I5.1WW. WtiDNKHUAY.HKlT My farmqf M ucres. It Is known as tho him to do so. Dougluslurm. It has on It a cottugo of four rooms, u fairly good bam uud Mayor Grintead, of Louisville, de- outbuildings. Hat three good springsother und two good orchard, louciealn meadow, M clined to meet lion V. O. Dead, demo- ucres of other pasture. Heuiuluder has heuti mile cratic nomineo for Mayor, on the stump. 111 wlieut and Is mow In eorn. Is?,' of mile from Htauford Homvrsvt plku and Si tioo( del ghun to We congratulate Mr. Grinstead on his from tchool-houtpurchaser. Will sell to the highest bidder good judgment. lor cash In hand. Will ulso tell my crop of corn und about 1U tons of huy, 6 milk cows, 10 dry WllETimit it was Cook or Peary who old1, !W cow t, lu belli rs, tw und three years sheep, lot of liog) household uud found thu coveted pole, Wellmun had klU'heu furniture, ouu wagon and other just as well return home and try some funning tools. Terms cash. r'HANk ItouiNaoN, Maywood, Ky, other vocation. May-woo- PUBLIC SALEI H. B. NORTH COTT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. OTJWaKHCWEJJJ For tho next 30 days $1 7f) i ro S3 25 81 23 For thirty days you avo r GIVE IT ATRIAL. li'W'i) H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. i iJ- - Ik lUfit wyu'4!imj , mf--- s y jwywwy. "imn 'oyv.ytyw'ny wffT' (RW -- " 'T "' 3 MEN'S SHOES. Wo nro still wiling goal shoe for men nt cut priced. ploneuro of saving yon lomo money? Cnn wo WE DISCOVERED THE POLE. lmvo LADIES1 SHOES. Tlie new Fall model in Zelgler arc good to look at. Patent, Vici andtOozo. 8eo them In the 4 SCHOOL SHOES JInko tlio chlMrcn liappy them. ly inittin' a goo.1 Not the North polo to much talked of nt present, hut the long busincM that knocks tho persimmon hnrgnin. Tlic Inst thing wo reached with feeling, good wearing shoe on this long polo was n well norled stock of Men'?, Women's and Children' For Men and Hoys in different leathers and la?ts to suit nny foot. Low pricei our fad. Hhocs. Good Shoesarc our hohliy. pole STRONG SHOES. SEVERANCE i & SON, STANFORD KY. m - The Interior Journal. BrAxrono, Kv Special Joan 1 - 1?i:it. 10, 1000 of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only Penny's Drue Store. C cents straight. PERSONALS. Born, to tha wlfo of C. H. McGulTey, a Kirl. Mrs. Judith Chestnut Is with l'aris relatives. Mr. C. V. Gentry went to Louis- villa Tuesday afternoon. Congressman D. C. Edwards was hero from London Tuesday. Mrs. W. J. Yaqer went to Elizabeth-tow- n Tuesday to visit relatives. Mr. Clarence Withers and wife, of Lejcineton. visited relatives here Mr. W. J. DoziEit has joined his wlfo and children at Mr. E. T. Penco's HON. J. M. AlversoN left in his automobile for the Paris fair yester- V-- . "- - L.V Miss Nettie Beck left Wednesday for Knoxvillo to teach tho oral system acaln. Mr. George c. keller. oi unanua. Fla paid this office an appreciated call vrstcrdav. Mr. ItoiiERT B. Woods is at tho Paris fair with nine of tho linest mules vou ever saw. Miss Lvcile Cooper left yesterday ...,nrv,n for Boise. IiUho. where slio will teach aeain. Mna vattih Nevius and Mr. J. C. McClary attended tho Baptist Associa this Pkok. Leslie Anderson, of county, is teaching in the Sixth Ward School at Somerset mim Sara BaUGHMAN. of Stanford, UthoKuestof the family of Col. I m itunn Advocate. ' iwn Mna. WlLL-A- YEAGERhave location a farm near Bcllalre. Kan sas, and are delighted. am MR. WILLIAM W Humphries left Tuesday afternoon for Ar brldo kansas to mako their home. ii. .ui ai i.een Bourne returned tc to her Lancaster Tuesday after a visit .I.I.P. Mra.'W. K. Warner. ii, ua Maiiv I). Carter left Tuesday Western Pennsylvania In th m ,wi far theiUcaf at Pittsburg,her sis- Miss Hoiierta Eads is with ip Mm. W. M. Brown, ul aim springs i.iincr In tho Monticello fair, tho Mr. W. M. Bright will attend ,.., i --w.... nt nunniinn -- - Chicago next uuiincio week. It will bo a National affair. miiu Will Byuee. of Somerset, .u- nf her sisters. Mcsdames Wniinr nnd Kathleen Bcazley. i Tuesday foi MR. Alfred Pence left on a prospcciing tour, Calgary, Canada, He will bo Rono for a monin ut Mrs. w. ii. shawm and ...Hon. and i II. J. McBoberta aro mm Mad!- visiting Mrs. Shanks parents' in . day. ilnn at Hrodhcad. ., t t p ..i .,. ..i been with the former's daughters here, returned Wednesday to their homo in Versailles. was hero Wednesday to meet her aunt, mi. .innn Homier, of Lancaster, who In now her?iruest. Mr. W. B. Cloyd. of California, will nrrlve on Sent. 14 to visit his mother, Mm IMncllla Brown, at Moroland. Ho has been away from Kentucky 25 years. Mr. W. S. Grinstead and daughter, Miss Antionetto Grinstead, who bayo Miss Mei.uk Hopper, of Hustonvl'le, t. v feed cutters and Strong whirlwind blowers. Lightning crushers and grind ers. Lino snaiting, puueys ami nang-erbelting, gas engine oil, etc. Stanford Garage Co. The Juvenile Fair was a success financially as it was otherwise. A Phillips'. Mrs. II. U. Saufley and littlo son, dividend of 200 per cent, was declared. Wo movo that tho littlo fellows take Kowan Saulley, Jr., returned Wednesday from a delightful visit to her fath- tho management of tho big fair next er, Mr, Geo. It. Engloman, at Pueblo, year. Col. Mrs. Sauiley's health has been Parties wishing to see u great dis sojourn'In the greatly benefited by her play of field and garden products and West. wishing to compete for promiums will In ordering this papur sent to him at do well to attend the agricultural show Sholbyvlllo, Uev. Homer W. Carpenat Jones' Purk, Yosemlte, Saturday, ter, who marriod MissTevls Carpenter, Sopt. 18. . of this place, says they are pleasantly For Salb or Trade. Ono 16 horso located among the best people in the State. Ho and Mrs. Carpenter will power Nichols & Shepherd traction en leave the latter part of this month for gine and two mounted saw mills, log a trip East, during which time they will wagons, etc. All In good condition. attend tho centennial celebration of the Call on or uddreu O. W. Potts, Richmond, Ky. Christian church at Pittsburg. .i m m of Stanford, Whipp Hotel. Mrs. Chas. P. Montgomeny Is spending a couplo of weeks at Ilusicll Springs. Liberty News. Mbsdaues T. J. Foster and J. H. McAlister and two children of the latter have taken rooms at Miss Alico Hoarlov'a for"the wlnter.1 They aro taking their meals at Mrs. J. M. Walter Saunders, spent Sunday at the Harry Jacobs, the McKinney monument man, got the contract of placing a handsome monument over the grave of Mrs. Cicero Reynolds in Buffalo for Willlsmsburg to take the position Clerk. cemetery. It will weigh seven tons of supervising principal in the big John Wesley, bright littlo son of and will resemble the monument over graded school. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hocker, of Huston the grave of Mr. W. P. Tate. Capt. and Mrs. W. Worbiiam, of ville, while at play tho other day i through Wednesday and fell Corbin, passed broke the small bone of his right Killed Himself. Joe Bryant, who with their son, Herman, to enter him arm between the wrist and elbow. lived in Pulaski just over the Lincoln in Kentucky Military Institute. county line, was found in a secluded "" Daniel Boone On Thf. Trail comes spot on his farm dangling at tho end localsT to Walton's Opera House, ono night of a rope, which was fastened to a limb Wednesday, Sept. 15th. It ii a roman- of a tree. A For hemp knives go to Farrls. bullet hole in his head tic story of pioneer days in Kentucky. Toiiacco men, read W. II. Hlggins' This is a brand new production through- and his rifle lying near, showed that he had carefully planned tho job and was advertisement. Manager Harris has gone into determined to carry out. out the work of Pure cannel coal at J. H. Baughman every detail to make this production n The body was barely lusting one. Col. J. W. Clinton has cold when &Co'a. Try a load. found. No rc.i3on is assignbeen engaged to play tho part of Dan- ed for tho deed, as he was in good cirTwo good second-hanstoves for sale iel Boone because of his striking ap- cumstances and his domestic relations at a bargain. FarrU. pearance and figure and the Col. falls are believed to have been happy. He Let mo insure our barn and tobac' easily into the rule of this famous hunt- was known to have $2,000 in cash which er. Another engagement worthy of has not yet been found. Mr. Bryant co. W. A. Tribble, Stanford. note is Rolling Thunder, the only clever Look at the stoves at W. II. Higgins' Indian actor on the stage today. He lived near Ewell, this side of Highland, for a long time and he was a son of the for curing tobacco in your barns. needs no make up for his part, save the late John Bryant. Deceased was 52 Lucy Ann Hays, n well known head dress and the blanket. One of the years old and is survived by his wife, in tho drama is who was a Miss Bryant, and a married colored woman, died nt Logantown this most excitlng,scene!i tho snow storm in the mountains and daughter. week. the coming of the hungry wolves. Phone No. 1&3 when you want tin. This scene is worked behind a large ning nnd plumbing done. W. K. War- screen curtain that separates the stage from the audience, as real monsterous ner. HKIT. IS. IK, "Daniel Boone on tho Trail" nt wolves aro used in this Bcene. The On MONDAY. Logan AAenuo nt tho plnce now live on In Muiiforit, will oITit for much lot of household Hint Walton's Opera House Wednesday eve- falling of the snow, the burning of the last stick of wood, the coming of the kllrlu'ii furnltmie. roiul.tlut; of ltWtt'mls ning, Sept. IS. n ml U'llillng, (lrt'i'r, rooking clinlr. wolves and Boone's fight for life with ii ciirivi, tablet, iui'i'mnr cook WANTED. A good, respectable white them in full view of the audience is alove, etc. If not io!U privately beforo day of anlu will otter for xnle 3 palr of mtilin, m oltl; 1 new rami wagon girl who wishes a good home at good thrilling in the extreme and 'brings huihI iiindl anil hKriifsn; ni'w Kraut cultivator wages. Mrs. K. Lutes, Turnersville, forth rounds of appluuse. Manager ami other farming tool.; alto :s aero of near on tint Ky. Harris has alio added a number of full corn untitling In Held farm. Htunfonl of talt widow (loodknlglit Teriut blooded Sioux Indians to tbo play, leav- catli. Hale, to begin at lu o'clock a. x. IT will be an exchange rather than a ing JAS. I, W'HITJf AMI J.O.UoLTKIt. nothing undone to make Daniel bazaar the ladies of the Baptist church Boone On Tho Trail a complete pro- will hold in tho postoflice auction in every respect. Saturday. Last Monday morning at the appoint Beak in mind that tho residence on Wnk Kldotn. mnlr Mint ti wmV Vtnav 2 occupied by Mr. W. ed hour the gong sounded and called in Danvillo Avenuo Ntrrci. Tb ktdnert. Ilka tha IHnrt, and tha G. Withers will be sold at auction next 314 children to the main building of tho Btomach. find thalr weakneu, not la tha ort&n that control and raiim Monday, county court day. See "ad." Stanford Graded and High School. An ltaelf. but in tha narruDr. Bhoop'i ReatormdTa Ii unprecedented number of pupils and and itrencthen tham. prepared to reach thata Bjordldna ipedflcallx I have promised no man a deputyship visitors were at tho opening exercises. controlUnf narrea. To doctor tha Kldoeji alona. la futUa. It la a wajta of time, and oi mcoay u in tbo event 1 am elected sheriff of Lin- Rev. A. A. Higgins, of Glasgow, con- well. If toot back achet or waak. H coln county. I will name my deputies ducted the devotional exercises in an acaldt. or U dark and itroot,It jou hare Itha tula II jmptoas other dlitreatlnc or danf eroui kid. after Nov. 2. S. J. Bell, republican Impressive manner, after which Supt. ol liriihu ortry Dr. Eboop'i BestoraUra a month ner dUeaae, Tabletl or nominee for sheriff. J. W. Ireland gavo a brief talk along dotoryoo. Llauld and ih what It ran and will Dnwtiat neonaMod and aaU tho lines of of pupil, paThe Ladies' Aid Society of tho tron, trustees, teachers and all citizens. Christian church will meet in tho lecThe following ture room of tho church at 2:30 Satur- Superintendent constltuto tho faculty: J. W. Irclaand, 1; day afternoon. A full attendance of Prin. High School-- E. W. Gibson, 2; the members is desired. Grade 8 Miss Claudia Eaton, 3; Grade FALL and Winter samples now ready 7 Miss Margaret Hopper, 4; Grade C Miss Anna Holtzclaw, 6; Grado 5 for inspection. If you want a handsome suit or overcoat let II. C Rupley, Miss Frances Adams, C; Grade 4 Miss PENNY'S DRUG STORE. the practical tailor, take your order. Lena Palmer, 7; Grado 3 Miss Jennie Mewland, 8; Grade II. D. PhilFit and satisfaction guaranteed. d Damson plums for sale, Mrs. J. B. John Owsley Hew has been quite sick for several days. l'uxton. Mrs. Anne D. VanArsdale is with Expert workman on gasoline engines Harrodiburg relatives. can be secured by application to the Mis.4 Ella Thompson, of Boyle, is Stanford Garage & Machine Co. with Mrs. E. J. Brown. Mrs. Katherinb McClary, who has Mr. J. S. Hocker bought of W. II. been very sick, Is thought to bo conva- and J. S. Murphy and Mr. A. D Root lescing. occupied by Land the corner store-rooMiss Pattie Stephenson has taken & Buchanan for $3,500. rooms in Mrs. Harnett's homo on East cotFor Sale. Beautiful Main Street. Mr. J. A. Hanky arrived from Mis- tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Losouri yesterday to visit his brother, Mr. gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. T. D. Kancy. I WILL be at the bank each Saturday Misses Julia, Zada and Maggie Zanonb, of Lancaster, are guests of to collect the taxes for tho Crab OrchMrs. U. S. Traylor. ard Graded School. Penalty goes on Miss Linda Miller has gone to Oct. 1. Georgo W. Bronaugh. Knoxvllle to teach another year in the Parties wishing to buy mule colts or School for tho Deaf. Miss Susie Thompson and Mrs. C. any kind of stock will do well to attend C. Davis, of Mt. Vernon, were guests the stock sales and stock show at Jones' Park, Yosemlte, Saturday, Sept. 18. of Mrs. L. It Hughes. m Miss Ella May Saunders has reSaturday, Sept. 25th. is the last whero she purturned from tho cities, day for filing turnpike, miscellaneous, chased lota of Fall and Winter and merchants' claims against Lincoln George B. Cooper, County Georgia Lewis left yesterday county. Miss five-rooi i mm Don't miss our cofTco bargain; for a few days only. Farrls. m m Hugh Smith, of Danville, was given a year in jail and fined $100 on tha charge of padding his accounts when ho was a member of tho State Guard. Bland. -- Henry Bland, son of William Bland, died at bin homo near Lancaster Wednesday, aged 13. Ho had been ill for some time with a complication of troubles. There will be lots of good things to cat at tho exchange the Baptist ladles will hold In the postoffice Saturday. Patronize them and you won't have to go to tho trouble of cooking a Sunday dinner. mm L. II. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin LESS THAN COST. This is no dream, but n stern reality. Wo have a few Oxfords left in Tans, Vicis, Patent?, Oxbloods, Ktc, in this season's good. Latest styles, etc. They must go regardless of cost. J $3 50 Oxford 3 00 Oxford 2 50 Oxford $2 25 2 00 1 1 Speaking. -- Senator Claude M. Thomas, of Paris, and Hon. J. D. Clark, of Lexington, will address the tobacco growers here Monday next, county court day. Both are good speakers and our people should hear them. 2 00 Oxford I 50 Oxford 75 50 I 00, Etc. Our Fall goods are beginning to come in and wo do not intend to carry goods over. We had rather take our loss now than to carry to next season. Our loss is your gain. Como to see us and wc will convince you that we mean business. Don't forget that we are still offering Summer goods at tremendous cuts. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The Dixon Tobacco Saver. This Stove is what tobacco men use in their barns. tobacco will cu o brighter and sell for more money. Tho You can begin stripping woner. Call and see them. You cau put J to J in your bams. PUBLIC SALE! m w. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. 1 Weak Kidneys The Waynesbunj Deposit Bank (INCORPORATED.) Waynesburg, Lincoln County, Ky. Hack ot all inilustry and enterprise stands finance; always ready and wllllrifr to encourage anything worthy that will advance tbo interest of the community; but first of all individual thrift and industry, tho loyal support of homo banks by homo peoplo. Every dollar you savo and deposit in our bank Is not only advancing your wolfaro, but Is encouraging and assisting home Industry. Besides the material benefit you derive from a bank account, wo offer you ovcry courtesy and facility in handling your business. The Oillcors and Directorate of this Hank Is mado up ot men who are individually successful and collectively ablo to safeguard your Interests. OFFICERS: - L. O. Gooch, President; M. H. Wheehlon, Vico President; James A. Hays, Vice President; Stanley Mcintosh, Cashier. DIRKCTOIIS: Dr. J. W. Acton, C. C. Gooch, Dr. A. K. Caldwell, R. Curtis, L. G Gooch, James A. Hays, G. W. Leach. II. H. Singleton, J. V. Wheeldon, M. E. Wheoldon. Dr. Shoop's POSTED. Restorative 2-- Mrs. si s LlGHTNlNQ Gasoline Engines, Wilder a, lips, 9; Grade 1 Miss Annie McKinney, to; Art Mrs. Katherlno McClary, 11; Piano Miss Ellen Ballou, 12; Elocution We. whote namra appear below, atrlctly and Voico-M- iss lUulnu Ethel II. Fettro, 13; forbid bunting, plncea or nny kind of tre. paiilng on our and 111 Stenography and Typewriting Miss olator to the full oxtvnt of thuprotecul viluw. M uttle Hewei, Mlm Kelrhriilinch llroi. l.ic;iu uunin, 1. ii snouia be a com A. T. Traylor, Krnl linumnun, munity pride that such a creditable inN. II. I'luiumer, Milium (loocti, Will It. Nunnellry, stitution is a product of Stanforu and J, V.lleittr, lliiuiiliman. J.W. IVclc. David Htorena, Lincoln county. Tho citizens havo made J. K. llruco, Jotiii(Jnmenli'U. Wm.Cordler. it what it is by supporting tho faculty, M. I). Klniorf. Dun Traylor, Krwl llnntlorf, OotllliOllck. by securing trustees who manage well 11. M. Ander.on. J. J.TIioiiuuon. Mr. ami .Mm. Ja. II, KacU the business affairs of the district and j. r. 3iour. A. KlUttu .Mr... J. llurtou by rallying to every forward movement Mr, (li'o. Louun. J.J.Klltott W. II. Duuhirty, Frank Cordler, in speaking kind words and doing good Dr. (1.(1. 1'trrv. lluv. Father 11. Vt'.Uuliie,, H. II, lliiugUiimn, By hearty deeds. thu A. II. Hoot, UlliiliAlbrlttut. school will grow from good to better. Mrt, Muwrt-- t (loocti, Jncoh (lander W, ll.Trnylor ilco, P. Ulvi'iu, May each patron and citizen bo so enMum ItoUrtk, JohnJufur, M. .1. Ilofmann, thused of tho record of progress of our Auirml Kctuit'Icr, A. It. .Matheny IJ.T. lleaxlwy school that ovcry effort will bo tnado in Mm. J. 11. (iwiUy, I.. H.dHnur, It. I.. Kiiguley, M. J. MoriiUII', word and deed to keep tho standard H. T, llnrrU. It. O, Wutkfu, it Is, I. e. at tho top. Patronize J.e.llumllcy.ll.nood, It. Jl.Urow, where U.K.MoUlure, Mr.Nuuul each special feature as far possible. In AiuWrauiiUurr. Anton Itonvckvr. S'. M. Illation, KrtU Vnndruenlgun addition toyirt, vocal and piano, you are T. 1.. lliiugtiuinn. Mr. Kate AUor Mr, Uobfccu 11. UurjH'iiter NlodluU. now enabled to take stenography and W. KopaW, J. K. Motor, II. (Mvlt-ra- , typewriting from a graduate of BowlJohuH. Lvv, Tom Fvrrlll. OhrUtlHii Jueob, ing Green University. W. W. l'ltuittii, WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGH- Tv Wednesday, September Boono Amusement Co., (Incorporated) Presents tho Historical Kentucky Itomaiico 15. lo. "Daniel Boone on the Trail." A COMlKl'K PHODUCTION. SEE The Sioux Indians The Den of Wolves Lsaughintf Water" The Indian Princess PRICES. 23c, 30c and 73c. )ii.'. Tho third act of this famous drama iu vhluh Boono has his fight tho wolves iplsyed behind a scrocu curtain, thus avoiding all danger. ir:yiwi'Jij'w''iPy'fyiiii'Pwym,iyfr r- - rnjf-- "& f y Trr I- - , . Tj( .t;, , Y fc The Interior Journal. EhkrrrUn lifid-cIa- McKIlCNEY. 4i lA Pof-0.5- e mnUrr. L. N. TIWE THBLE No.Sl;0J No, 77, 10:47 A. M. . Htock Dry floods, Motions, OroeerlM, up a much needed chimney for the Me jinrdwnre, Ttnwar, ac.i isnout u,i"J. no Ing fair business. Liberal terms. M Kinney Roller Mills. al Stanford O. II. It AllHIB, Orati Orchard, Kjr. Miss Kffle Drye, daughter of II. C. 0rye, has returned from a visit to relI Peter Straub, of Somerset, Is putting FOR SALE. FOR SALE MMIVCYHHI AIM ClYH. ENf iUrrrfV. over the telephone through tho flustonvllte WA briMl McKINNF.Y. I am prepared todo alt kinds nt surveying and clrll engineering promptly. My work will be guaranteed nnd my prices are reasonable. Write ma at McKInney or call mo No.ll.Houth.lltMr.M. No. ai, Mouth, linn a m. No.n,North.i:i'i A. m. No. , North, 5:17 r. v. JOS. S. RICE, Agent. A. S. PRICE, . Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRobcrts' Drug Storo in the Owsley Buildiap. FARM FOR SALE I The farm of lMncrrs, of good blue grass Wind, lyfiiR ons mllo North of McKInney ,on nnd the Htnnford pike. Improvement fencing good; plenty of writer nnd fruit. Alio 123 nerpn of tlmlwred lnnd one mllo Knit of McKlnnoytlmlf under fence; plenty of water nnd good tolinccn I mid. Hen Browns- rrnn J. A.OIVKNH. Agollt, 1 McKlntiey, Ky. When Ordering Clothes Jlave jour mensure taken by n tailor of experience. Then ) our clothes, whethcrnlow price business suit or the finest evening clothes, will lime that Individuality nnd fit which plainly Indicate made to your measure. I will also take your measure for extra trousers, fancy ests. top conts'nnd ovcrconts, Hiirlng nnd hummer samples on hand rendy for ) our Inspection. II.O. UUrLKY.TheTnllor, Stanford, Ky. they-wer- e r , ns well as the. freshest of cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulhs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make, a specialty of wreaths' for for funeral purposes. prices. .. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! I can furnish the public with the licnt. In connection with the nlove, I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable CIUUHTMANOUKRN IIOUHKH. Kl) llUllllAHI), l'llOlt. Htanford, Ky. We lmve tnotrtl our produce, hide poultry InnliH'ss from Myers' sinhlu to storo recently purchased., of Unrlnnd two doors from postotllco. Wo pny cash for nil kinds of country produce, proved. I, AM II, linen am ax, Htmiford, Ky. R. A. Luttrell, of Elrcno, Okla., who has been visiting friends and relatives in Casey for the last two weeks, has returned home. Now Livorv. Born, to the wife of R. II. Metcalf Dopot girl Mamio Cathermo an Phono 06. doing well, Dowell Metcalf. Father considering the circumstances, and the STANFORD, KENTUCKY. mother is improving. Stephenson Reynolds, the son of G. W. Reonolds, of this place, quietly passed to rest Monday afternoon nnd Trimafter an illness of typhoid fever. He For House nnICnrrInReInlntlng Locksmith-Ing- . ming. I'aper Hanging, nun nnd was a member of the Daptist church, Hhop opposite depot. His father, who has also been ill, is im J.J. Ilil.nr.x.Hlnnfnnl, Ky proving slowly. Mrs. Patterson Underwood, of Hedge- villo, is spending a few days with rela Fnrm contnlns 111 ncres. Itrlck house of tives at this place. She will go to T rooms, tinrns. rrttis nnd nil outbuildings nnd fine, spring: ' acres of lottom land; Olympian Springs from here. Mrs. S. acres upinnu.uninnco in grass iinu iiiiimt. Fall. F. Brown, who has been visiting rela Heeding rights this Unll on Would like to rent before Hept. IS. tives in Cincinnati, has returned, ac Mni. H W.I.IK J. I'F'csrtjinTO'r. It. F I). No. l,rtnuford, Ky. companied by her sister from that city. Rev. J. II. Coleman, of the Semi- ncry, Louisville, very creditably tilled Thi McKInney Wooltn Mills, the pulpit of the Baptist church here McKlnniy, Ky. , Sunday. Rev. Coleman is a fon of Rev. James Coleman, whose homo was Is now In operation nnd Is rendy to serve l.lnseys. In making formerly here. He preached a very the publicFlannels, Yarns, Jeans, Will elthur Ktc. Blanket, sympathetic discourse. We hope the work wool orexchnnge goods for It. Hlxli- officers will see fit to engage Rev. Cole est mnrket price for wool. WIUCJHT, O. II. l'ror. atives at Harrodsburjr. 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 Hughes for $10,000. It con tains. 148 acres. Possession Jan. 1. C. H. Wright is running the woolen mills full blast and it is easy for any ono to see that his business has im J Ywjr Will sell ft Clothing, Hhoe anilOvnta Furnishing Htori', located In the best town In llojlo county. A gfent opportunity for the right mnn. Htock still Invoice lalwut tutu.Address M. J., cure Interior Journal, nlnnoru. CONCRETING AL r 13 m A fw 1 m NOTICE! We are In position to do nil kinds of concreting, such ns lllock Work, Pavements and, In fact, wn can make any thing from e house nnd you down ton fence ost. We can sen promptly anu ftuaraniee nrrfcinss our work nnd mnterlnl. Oall and get our prices still before, you buy your mnterlnl at least, Am 1J ttBBswc PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. B. D. CARTER, Stroet, Commissioner's Sale! Lincoln Circuit Court. Maggie H. Wheal I'llT.,vs II. flur-ge- ss etc.. Defendants. Notice of snle. In obedience to n lodgment rendered In the above styled action at the May term. J WO, the undersigned Commissioner will on un UAi .ni-.il- . i.ri it, iww, county court day, Iwtwee n the hours nf land 1 r. m.. In front of the court house door In Htanford. Ky oiler for snle nt public out- Inn V Look ! If J. J. BELDEN, - ook ! Look ! fr Farm forRentfor 1910. Just received n comnlcto lino of Fall ami Winter Shoos for Men, Women , Vici, Gun Metal, Ox Mood and Hox Calf. Moro cry to the highest and best bidder, on n and Children in Patent-crvdltnfslx months, tho trnct of laud In Myles than ever shown here lcfore. Prices are always the lowest. Lincoln county, Ky., owned by llrynnt Hohhs at the time of his denth. Imunded on the North by the lands of W. I'.Orlmes; on the South by the Htanford nnd I'renchers-vlll- o turnpike: on the West by the lands of Mrs. Mary K. Warren, contntutng ffii ncrrs. The object of the unto Is for reinvestment. Traxs. llond with ajiprovetl security, payable to the CommlAloner, will tie the purchner.tcnrlng9 per cent. Interest from date nf sale until paid, having the force nnd effect of a Judgment, nuu secured by lien on the land. J. II. I'AXTON, MnslerL'om'r. I'. M. McllOIIhltTs, tfy for HIT SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. PUBLIC SALE! OF Hound-Trip to Iiuiiville Farm, Live Stock anil Farming On account of n change In tiuslness of my sons nnd nn self which Is my reason for selling. I w ill otTer nt public auction on the vSunday, Sept. 19, LOL'ISVILLKsV XASHVIM.K K. K. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco man. larns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse ID. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence I'hone 34: Olllce, 05, Insure with mo anil be fully The Christirn Endeavor Society last Sunday reorganized and in selecting new officers was very careful to get good ones. Miss Nora RilTe was chosen president; Miss Alice Gooch, vice pres ident; Miss Madie Butler, secretary. After renewing our obligations for the future worK, we adjourned to meet on Sunday night, with Miss Florence Ep FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE ! A line Mue grnss farm for sale situated on new pike near Point Lenxell nnd sit miles south of Uincnster. containing 3U ncres, welt located 111 good neighborhood. tdng part of the John Wnlker tract, with n handsaten-roosome, nuw. two-stor- y residence thereon, with nil necessary outbulldlnssnnd good, new-- luirn 4ilO. Well watered, six protected. person, leader. rf3sW00L m Feathers, Telloiv, Beeswax, Ginstng, are Dealers. nA ran An hHf-- f A . ".'!"" "I nr man njrnii 'T rafntniuinn mw.h.oi. Reference, any Bank in Louisville. Wnte lor weekly price lut and ship, pinjtsgt. We furnish wool bigs free. IiIDLvFURS uoictnstaj,(VeIlowKoot),clc We a.:" tlTllLllMltl 111 f 229 E. Market St. L0UISV11LE. m. SABEL&SONS, KY. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, To- and Accident. Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. Life.Live Stock, Health Property, Everything. Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, J,L.Beazley&Co., MaFpi! apBTdhi'Tilt' fc'ffjl";l:Ts7'3 old; 13 acres In grims; nil In good state of cultivation ; raised 1.') pounds tobacco and just a bar la imsueis wncni ht acreofon it ncres enr. W-Price, second trnct with gain. James McKechnie, Hubble. tenant house, SJ foot tobacco barn, la) ncres under new fence, twiwell B. G. Fox bought at Harrodaburg nned watered,timber, IS acres well cleared, In fine Monday 45 mule colts at $45 to $70. line corn unu mimceoianu. rrice. im. 8 milts South of htnnford on Somer Twenty Lincoln Circuit Court. cattle for sale. set pike. Tract No. I Is on plko; No. 2 Is mile from pike on county road. Addrs or As directed by n Judgment nf thu Lincoln L. P. Nunnelley, Lancaster, R. F. D. eo mu nt blunford, Ky. II. V. HKItltY. Circuit Court rendered at the February Fori Sale. A good milk cow, with term, !'.. In thu action of W. U. Met lull, j, and others ngalust J. A. Huunwii) and oth young calf. J. T. Bingaman, Stanford, ers, the undersigned Cuiiimlsilouer wilt at Ky. 2t about 1 h. M.nn MONHAY.HKIT. MTIi.lttv, We have 35 or 40 No. 1 feeding hogs couiitr court dnv In irtiut of the court Iioikh door In Stanford. Ky. .oiler for sale at pubfor sale at once. Lutes &Co., Huston-villOn Ham Hln A HustonllltpUt of :'IU acres lic outcry to the highest and best bidder, on Ky. a credit of six nnd 12 months, tlm tract of In Iilucolii I'oumy, Ky., S mile from This farm Is w ell lmproel,gCMHl well Ky., near by Je.se In Lincoln county. Jersey bull. and cistern nnd ulmndunie of stock wnter bind, owned Highland.MctiutTevnt the tlun For Sale. A : From good milk strain. J. II. Jackson, furnished from Most of his death and thus di"uTll-dlleglnnliig at a dogwood II links N' M W of fnrm In grass, 1 desire to tell this farm 2t. Stanford, Ky. from n spring. Win, Hutchison's corner, 111 the next no days, together with the stock il high Hutchtsnna W 51 imlesln u Hutchison Parties wishing to sell mule colts or and crop, the stock consisting of lis brood thence N ,', corner in Win, stnre, llul.rt jacks nil nges, bred Jennets. W 11 to a store any kind of stock will do well to have marei. i registered: I reul.teretl stitlllon'. K.'. line; thfticev N lltS corner, Kilesnot NsT1, W tin Itobert II utchlsuli'a SI stacks of liny; them at Jones' Park, Yosemite, Satur- acres of corn; ISor t'Mry description. farm lViolesln ii store In Slum .Martin's line ing implements oi win thence with siimurt UP W Uolestoa xp. sell thu w hole outfit or any nurtof the stock day, Sept. 18. and If I sell the farm without the stock. I lar, .Martin's comer: thencu H JiM4 K HI Miles ton For Sale. About 50 tons of good must sell not inter tniiii im tin) ssoits logisu tin corner;white ouk. Hughes and Jim' Klias IM thencu llastlu's line, S Also sale timothy hay in stack; will have baled as me tlmw to iiiakeii from of my stock. down imles ton stake till the side of a till! r't where a huNO'JO-otlwork mules mules miliar and two che.tnuts were called fur to colts. soon as can sell. G. V. Conn, LancasYou will have to see this farm to appre- i '. f l'ox corner; thence N 14 W Til Miles to while walnut, ter, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. ciate the. location and the many nd milages two buckeyes nnd W -- I hiIcs to anear n sugar person from a distance branch, thence M 71 An aged yellow Jersey cow, free of this fnrm. Any farm can come to M o re- tree In a drain. Win, Hutchison ' corner desiring to see this tain!, Lincoln county, K ., on the (tlleell A thencu with bis line N "u'i W lA Holes to u milker but with one blind teat, left my Crescent route, this farm being only about dead, white oak, with ash, hickory mid ins corner, tneiicn ins place Tuesday Aug. 3. Please notify ', mile from station. line H hijV, W SI poles, 11 links to u hickory,1 II. 11. KING. Moreland, Ky. N. W. Fowle. Rowland. Ky. his corner: thence his line H.M1, W:',xlii ton white oak. his corner, thencu his line Cattle Men! I have 200 acres of nt M l' WiSIIoles,7 links ton cherry tree sivg v .t poles Ills corner, wieuce inn suits tine pasture, 2J miles from Lancaster containing ns acres, I rood to the on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at and t poles of lnnd, lluuds with good security for the purchiiM 75c per head per month. G. Y. Conn, price will bo n tiulretl of the purchaser, Inuring tier cent Interest from date of sale unLahcaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. til paid, payable to thttfJoiuml.slocer. havM. S. Baughman has bought of Co'. ing the force and elTect of a Judgment nnd secured by lien on the land. R. M. Jackson the imported stallion. 11. J. II. I'AXTON. M. ". Watchman, for $2,000 and will put him I'. M. Mcltobcrts, Atty.fur 1'lfTs. in the stud. He is a great, individual with a pedigree as long as your arm. ter FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Hogs brought 7c ut the Boner sale at Bryantsville. Winter seed oats for sale. W. D. I Hanson, Moreland. it. Mrs. Cath McClary sold to S. J. Bell acres, cood n room One contnlnlne SI dwelling, good stock barn and uutbulldlngs. a gray gelding for $110. an uutier goon ami every ueiti wen CO stock hogs for sale. Coul w atered : 1 acre In oung orchard, a tar Fifty or neer falling springs nnd creek running through. Tkbmh. ensh In hnnd.bnlnnco one nnd two enrs from day of snle, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. Persons looking for such place pit ne w rite W. O. Walkkh, Htnnford. or see. Two Small Farms for Sale & McCormack, Middleburg. Foil Sale. 50 young ewes at premises on Til IMMIfAY. 8K1T. M, IMS, At 10 o'clock a.m. my line blue grnss farm, containing 37S ncres to Im surs ejed to purchaser, located flo miles east of llnrrods burg, three miles noth of llurgln ami two miles west otsbnkertown, on the Chatham pike, adjoining the Islington pike. This Is one of the tluest agricultural and stock farms In Kentuck. It It prolmbly the lx- -t watered place III tho blue grass country, eery Held on the place being abundantly supplied with neer-fnllln- g water. The placets fertile and superior for the cultla-llo- u of tobacco, hemp, corn nnd w hi nt The farm lseiUlpnd for tobacco raising with two tilg Imriis. Hie stock luirn Is second In none. Ill) acres are III blue grns nnd the remainder In n high statu of cultlsntlou The dwelling rontnlnS4'lght large rooms, large veranda ami ts surrounded by nil nee ssnry outbuildings. Terms: One third cah and the remainder In one. two three and four jears with flier c.'iit Interest mivb' le s, ml ,r t annually, from date of d'ttl same time unit plnco the follow Ing i Six heatl of hlir mare mult s, n cattle . fi hogs Jersey cattle, two sweepsteaks, Iwsldts farming machinery, such ns binders, mow ers.wngons, plows, harin ssnnd munyotherl mines too numerous to mention iirms on personal proiert) i on all sums of .ti ami under, cash, over that anion ut n four note without Interest months' Uurgooon the ground, and plenty of It I) II. Chatham. Hnrrodiburg, Ky. SPECIAL TRAIN. Leaves Stanford at 7:10 a. m; nrrivei Louiille l.iitiiivilli' 0 i. m. returning ix-av- I 10:15. BASE. BALL GAME LOI'HN'II.LK . .MIN1NKAPOLH TWO OA.MKS. Beautiful Parks and River Rides. I S UICE, AKent L. A' X. It. It, isl THE SHOW OF Commissioner's Sale! 1,000-poun- d 1 SHOWS liif T?K, xijpty Farm for Sale Mi.ro-lauH e. i BIG RfoYrfTf3M00p'8?rlIuli m HORSE 25 IN PAVILION SHOW AND HIPPODROME QUILDINO DAILY RACES NATIELLO AND HIS BAND FREE ATTRACTIONS FIRE WORKS GREAT, SIDE SHOWS' ON ATHE PASS 25 Here the flaesl lire Slock and the best firm prodoctt ire ueraMed Iriiad rated Irlend, imustracnt Is combined with Inlonmllon. Show rain er shine, day and In the Urf est ond roost BUfnlllctnt tlvo Slock rarlllcn to Ibo world. nliht Quarter of a Million Will Be Here. COME. FOR. INFORMATION-CATALOOUI-tNT- 320 Paul Jonos Bide. LOW RAILROAD RATES BLANKS. ADDRESS --s. J. W. NEWMAN, n U: KY i Louisville. Ky. j Dinwiddie & (1 Co., Il Night On Bald Mountain. On The State University, Loxington. Ky. Ky., Undertakers and Embalm cri. Abo Dealers in Furniture, Matting8,Ruge. Thoy will exchange Furniture for all Kinds oi Stock. Give Thera a Call. Prices Right. Fort Kd wards, t lonely nijiht YAlex. Denton of N. climbed Ilald STANFORD. . KENTUCKY. J. aw ?.' C. McClary, fir . .' .i j w- Undertaker. Embalmer'and ealer InlHarness, Saddlery, STANFORD, - KY. I ftM'i'bone, 1ST. Uotn;r tionCC. Mountain to tho homo of a neighbor, tortured by Asthma, bent on curing him with Dr. King's New Discovery, that had cured himself of asthma. This wonderful mcdirluo soon relieved andqulckly cured his neighbor. Later carit cured his son's wlfo of u severe lung up-to-d- ate trouble. Millions belicvo Its the greut-es- t Throat and Lung euro on eurtb. of Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages and Soro Lungs aro surely cured by It. Uet for Hay Fever, Grip and Whooping Cough. 60c and 81. Trial Ha Ing sold my farm, I will sell to thu bidder, ut bottlo free. Guaranteed by Penny's highest and l'st of McCrenry,myoilfarm, mllo North thu and lluckeje turnpike oil Drug Storo. WKHNKHliAY.HKlT.a, 1WIU MS at 10 o'clock a, x, the following ClGAK salesman wanted in this local- prutiertyi One. a sear old family personal liorsej ity to represent us. Experience unnec- llvu year old saddle mare; I good family inaru, w years old, essary; $110 per month and expenses. good mule mure , that haso proven to Ihi a ntcu year old harness Write for particulars. Monarch Cigar mure; two year old tw horse) yearling Co.. St. Louis, Mo. horsosl I suckling coltiSwurk mules from twutothreuyeursoldilgoodyeurlliigjncks; 1 good six year old Jennet with Jack colt by Go With A Rush. her side; A six year oM Jennet In foal; three year Tho demand for that wonderful uets; old Jennet tu foal: J twoes ytar oldcow s : a Jersey cow and cah : 1 milk Jen. I dry good short Jearllng steers; 1 Stomach, Liver and Kidney cure, Dr. Jerseycow-- u HO barrels of new corn: bull; also King's New Life Pills Is astounding household and kitchen furniture and farmPenny's Drug Store people say they ing Implements. tuns of lUdollars nr undue TKItMHl All all never saw the like. Its becauso they cadi; glvttsums over lUdollars, thu purchaser to note w ith good security, said note never fall to cure sour Stomach, to be due January 1st, IDlu, and to beur In sue raiu 01 six per cent, per annum terest at Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious-ness- , from maturity till pnld, nnd to l negotiable, nnd (larrard Hank . Jaun lice, Sick Headache, Chills Trust fo.,Dayatilu ut thuKy, of iJincaster, and Malaria. Only 25c. J, W. HILL. HJStonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We ry an line goods. PUBLICSALE one-ha1 lf Lull-cast- 1 1 1 f fers thu following courses, iiitmuly. Agricultural, Mechanical Knglneerliig.Ohll l.lectrlcul Kuglneerlng, Mining Hmiliieerliii!. Classlcul and seseu Sclentllle courses, each of which extends oer four jenrsiind lends to u lluchelor'a degree; aim a Department nl Uiwiindn Hepnrtiueiit of Kdncutloil, which last has been cstubllshetl Instead of thu Normal School, l'ursontwho elder this department prepare lor ain aiucds work In iiedngogr mid are granted n degree In tuts subject when complet-ttl- . The Academy for preparatory lustruo-Ho- n Is retained. County nmxiinteo receive freo tuition, of resldeuuo in the tlormltorles, iirHllegu light, truwllli'l expenses. If they remain 10 coiisecutltu iiioutlis.ur onucolieg-lut- e year, Thu laboratories nnd museum are large, well equipped, couiprehciisltuiiiul modern. Military Science Is fully provided for us required liy Congress. Tim graduates In thu stncrnl courses of study readily llml employment with liberal remuneration. Thu total number of matriculates lor last year was I.uth. Knell department husu spcclullst ut Its head, with thu necessary numlierof nsslituiils. Voung women find uu excellent home, with hoard und liKlglng, Hi I'atlersoii Hull, which Is wel!eiUlpiH'd with all thu modern conveniences, bathroom, hall for physical culture, at sMlwr week. All courses of study tu thu I'nlverslty are oieii tu women on Identical conditions with those nppl) Ing to males, The completion of thu Agricultural, Mining Kuglneerlng. Ijtborutory and Education buildings utTortl ample and commodious quarter for these departments, which aru rapidly Increasing lu the number of Kor catalogues, methods of obtaining appointments, information regarding courses of study and terms of admission, apply to JAN. K. l'ATTKitaoN, I'll, II., LL. 1) I'res., or to IJ.O. KuAXKK, Ituslness Agent. llucli-dor'- The State University, or .u ' I Oswm M yw want the Best Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by If you Fall Term Begins Sept. 9, '0?. (or homo its a u city ruaiilvnco, und ilucu,yoitrt(.'lf in iiositlon to got thu latent market i,uotutioiH at tiny time. 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