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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 4tl THE INTERIOR JOURNALtrf 4 rtVOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1909t tNO 57 Bobbitt on Autdmoblles CRAB ORCHARD Sept 1I havo been Intending for weeks to write a few lines for tho coliinina of your paper against tho great murderous jugger IIi naut moro cruel and remorseless than that pf tho Hindoo because tho IUn dooa thought prostrating thcmselvra before Its murderous wheel that they were serving their god and would bo Ini paradlco in a few moments Tho men liter and Instrument of death to which I refer Is tho automobile In tho last seven months In tho State of Kentucky It has killed 51 and wounded 1018 At 4the races at Indianapolis tho automo killed nine people There tt corp ly a dolly paper that does not record one or more catualUe of this tuthlcii monster About 250 hops in this cOlIn It thousTheroad has had to add hundredenf freight cars to its road tn order to deliver the deathdealing monsters to all parts of the country No man nor no mans wife and little children are ufo on the public highway No man no woman no family with wife and little children are now aafo on tho public htghwnyI with tho old family horse In away going to church or Sunday school or common school A man and his wife and four children corning to the Crab Orchard Anocialion recently hud their horse so frightened by one of lhvro monsters tilt ho threw the child ren out ofUie wagon and ull barely es Gaped death Several ladles were afraid to RO to tho Somerset fair In vehicles being apprehensive of meeting or bt leg overtaken by on automobile Tho threshing machine is quite necessary to the farmer to thresh his wheat and yet R1 when the traction engine appears on thejughway tho law compels them to send a warning agent ahead to warn the people that it is Hpproachlng The run clog of this car upon tho highway is unconstitutional It Infringes upon por 4T f sons safety and private property Tho greatest of all security is to bo secure in mind that your wife and children will get homo safe from church school or town They should be banished from tho highway by a prohibitory act of the Legislature Tho safety of yourself and family demands It FONTAINE Fox DOD ITL Snake In Bed Several days ago Mm William Me Patrldgo discovered an uninvited and unwelcome guest in her bed room Sho arose in the mornnig and turned back tho covers of tho bed until she wns ready to make it up When she return ed io tho room after breakfast she die covered n largo snake curled snugly up on tho bed and as sound asleep as if hs iJwallsunnlna on his own familiar rocks 4Though terribly frightened Mr Mc did not loose her presence of- ty mind She bravely dispatched tho rep rotl10 and set about trying to discover how bo could have gained an entrance into the room Tho only possible solu I Lion was that tho reptile was n porch climber and had mounted up some r thick vines that covered tho porch Sho l thinks tho snake must have been curled j up on tho top of tho covers of tho bed all night attracted there by tho warmth from their bodies and that she did not notice him when she throw back the bed clothes on arising as it was very early in tho morning Harrodsburg Herald Night On Bald Mountain On a lonoly night Alex Denton of Fort Edwards N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home of H neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with lr Kings New Discovery that had cured hlmsolf of asthma This wonderful medicine soontollcvod amI quickly cured his neighbor Later s it cured his sons wife of n covoto lung trouble Millions boliovo its the grout I CRt Throat and Lung euro on earth Coughs Colds Group Hemorrhages and Sure Lunga art surely cured by It IJest for Tiny Fever Grip and Whooping Colrgtr GOo hod e1 lrhll fS bottlo free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 0 When Sampson was claiming every thing at Santiago grand old Admiral Schley said There gloryenough for all When told that Peary waY deny ing his claim to the discovery of the North Polo Cook said Tho polo Is good enough for two It to bo hoped that he had as good confidence for his remark as tho gallant old admiral Lexington Gazette L A Hurry Up CallIt Quick Mr Druggist Quick A box of Bucklens Arnica SttlvoHeros a quarterFor tho lovo of Moses hurryl Babys burned himself tflrrlblyrJohn nle cut his foot with the axe Mamies saaldod I A cant walk from piles Ollllo has bollsand my corns acho She got It and soon cured all tho fami f s ly Its tho greatest healer on earth Sold by Pennys Drup Store I I ft cJ dLC ud NEWS NOTES Newton Greene Montgomerys most prominent stock dealer Is dead Gabe Lilly a wellknown farmer of Henderspn county was killed by light ningThe Maurcntanla of tho Cunard Line broke nil transAtlantic records by making tho voyage between Queens town and Now York In four days hours and 85 minutes 111 Gov Willson commuted tho sentence of W W Rowland the penitentiary clerk convicted of embezzling money belonging to tho convict fund from one year In the penitentiary to one year In Jail Mr Charles Allen brother of Mr J G Allen of Mlllcrsburg died in Powell county list Saturday Uo had been a great sufferer for a number of years of n complication of troubles Ho was burled at Millersburg yeaterday v The government estimates that the heat and drouth of August reduced this countrys corn crop 338000000 bushels Such estimates are often unreliable and this doubtless is At any rate we will probably have enough to keep tho wolf from the door- Advices received at Washington aro to the effect that the negotiations tool dent to tho allotment of tho Hankow SzcChucn Chinese railroad loan of 16 completionwithfully recognized After writing a note saying his ac counta were In a tangled condition Howard learman school commissioner and president of tho bank at Hartwell Ga tied a lino about his waist fasten ed it to a tree on the bank and drown ed himself The Kentucky Rapid Transit Com pany capitalized at 1000000 was chartered at Dover Del to take over traction companies In Kentucky Its principal operations at first will bo Louisville Lexington and Frankfort Tho company is said to havo been or ganized by Iloston New Xork and Philadelphia capitalists It is also author ized to operate electric light and gas plants Enforcement of tho Illinois tenhour law for working women which wont into effect July 1 was prohibited by an injunction issued by Judge Tuthill in the Circuit Court at Chicago State Factory Inspector Edgar T Davies was enjoined from bringing suits against employers who work their em ployes for more than ten hours a day and States Attorney John E Wayman was rod trained from prosecuting such suits Tho funeral of E II Harriman took place Sunday afternoon from St Johns Episcopal church at Arden Only rela tives and personal friends attended the services The burial was at Ardon in a grave blasted frrn solid rock The active pall bearers were cmploy6s of the Harriman estate No statement was given out as to Mr Harrimans death Judge Lovett refused to discuss tho question of Mr Harrimans Rue cessor The flag on tho New York Stock Exchange was placed at half must ns a tribute to Mr Harriman Go Wlt Aflust The demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings Now Life Pillsla astounding Pennys Drug Store people say they never savvtho like Its because they never fall to euro sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Bilious ness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25o t CHURCH taTTERS A big holiness meeting is in session at Burnside While the Hubble Christian church is being repaired preaching and Sunday school will bo held In tho school house at that place Tho Llnnoln County Interdenomina tional Sunday School Convention meets in tho Presbyterian church at Stanford on Sept 19 1909 Every school in the county is requested to send one dole gate with each Budcrlntcndcht and we Would like to have everybody come Como and spend one day in this great work and hear our Stato worker tell you what a great work we are doing for tho Master nndtell us what you are doing In your school Wo want your presence and your council Como to stay all day J F HOLTZCLAWPresident Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store- ICeatucky o Fair Dates Kentucky State Fair Louis villa Sept 130 days A tickling ordrycoughcnnboqulck ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store f 1 WI 4 HUSTONVILLE Lutes c Co shipped ono car of fat hogs to Cincinnati at Gc Lutes Co havo 35 to 40 good feed Ing cattlo for sale 2tIA son of George ttussoll of McKin ney died last week of typhoid fever and tho father Is now down with it S D Yowell has abandoned tho idea of starting a newspaper hero and has accepted a position with J G Weath erford Co A mule belonging to Will Tinsley was badly injured by getting tangled in a tolephono wire which has been down for n month There aro seven bridges and culvorts on Rural Route No1 from hero that aro in a dangorous condition Have we no supervjsor2A times is terrible issues from tho direction of tho fair grounds and should have the attention of the city authorities Miss Lula Eada attended tho Monti cube fair and was the guest of her rel alive Miss Sula Eads Miss Annie Routon has returned from a two weeks visit with friends at Maysville The thanks of Rural Route Carrier No1 are hereby extended to Harvey helm Jr for two delicious water mel ons Thomas W Routen has accepted a lucrative position with a George town firm Josiah Bishop is attending State Fair and will exhibit his fine mare and colt Uriah Dunn loft last week for Barn well S C with a carload of good hors es Mrs Will Cnbell and children have returned to Lebanon after n visit to Mrs Fannie Cabell Memorial services of tho late Rev Win Logan Williams for 41 years pas tor of the Christian church here will bo conducted by Rov Walker of Stan ford at tho Hustonvillo cemetery Sunday afternoon Sept 2G Special music services at the grave The most propitious opening of our Graded School was that on tho Gth as was shown by every seat In the larg room being taken by pupils patrons am friends About 100 pupils havo been enrolled and the cirriculum has been CoJlefteProminent Io blue grass farms for sale by W R Wil hams Co is a 309acro tract in tho fertile valley of Hanging Fork This place is beautifully situated with good Improvements and is hard to beat as an investment or as a home Will sell nil a whole or by part It Myers Vaughn shipped to Cincin nati two carloads of 1400pound cattlo and n load of 1000lb cattle George Cunningham shipped a car of butcher cattlo at 3Jc stifle Tucker one car of butcher stuff D C Allen a car of butcher cattle James Yowell sold to J C Johnson a cir of heavy cattlo at a good price At tho regular meeting of tha C W B M this month the following officers were elected for the ensuing year Mrs Jennie Carpenter president Mrs Ma ry Neal vice president Mrs Minnie Robinson secretary Mrs Elizabeth Morse treasurer Tho success of this organization is shown by a good in crease in its membership in tho pasty tow years Gen James Shackclfdrd of Musk gee Okla who passed away at Gra tiot Beach Mich last week was libra near hero on the Dennett Cloyil farm now owned by Adam Carpenter His father Edmund Shock lforJ lived there many years and reared several children During the civil war lie organized tho 13th Ky Cavalry ono battalion of which was recruited around hero by Col J G Wcatherford who was afterward promoted to the colonel cy when Siiuckclford was made a brig adler general Mrs Hattie Bishop for many years a resident of our city a member of the Christian church end tho embodiment of honor passed into thotgrcat beyond on Sunday Aug 29th aged 59 lingering illness liar husband and twol children preceded her to the gravo sev oral years Sho was born and reared near Milleraburg where by her request she was laid to rest by tho side of her parents and other loved ones The thanks of her friends is extended to Rev T H Watts Miss Taylor Judy Joseph Gary and Dr Burrows and Herbert for services at the grave and the beautifully rendered songs by the Millcrsburg quartette It Is the weak nervch that arc cry ing out for help Then help them dont drug tho stomach or stimulate tho Hoartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative dud sea how fast good health will come to you again Test It and seo Sold by Pennys Drug Store t Even the hens known its an off yearHow so They are not laying eggs with any portraits of candidates I 1iI r 1 y f KentuckywillthettI 0 Citizens National k Life r Insurance CompanyBelie- ving that they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are the amounts subscriptions for each week JN First Week August 2nd 10696000 Total Second Week August 9th 20024000ITotal Third Week August 16th 345OOOOO K Total Fourth Week August 23- rdS46946OOO Total Fifth Week August 3- 06O1700OX w Total Sixth Week Sept 6 738220Total Seventh Week September 13 83466000 v IF YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON rII GREGORY8TANFOnD INTERIOR JOURNAL LOUISVILLE KY f Plenso send mo full information ns tQ the 6lIiZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSUR ANCE COMPANY y Name rJ j Addrees4 2 or 0 Y t= 6tI pdrO tIs tIEe Q ci S rjc BC t1 = 8 O II b s g C c c mnc 1 1 itfj cS 141 2cE = I tH= = 1 C ii aory- ir 1 tT1 SC 0- t tI tI n = upM en 0 ctIgC t t =g tIrno c 2n rD tI C g Soo cg I dcJaw 14s0g t mC i- rsFoaace go r3 p i q tr1 c 1n 0C 0 = CtIs g C go 0 1 0tr1 C tI rhfinn = oII 0 fjFii g g g 1 = en n ioBdR otI g Ii ipaaC Q t L a 1 i FL S175Rouud Trip to Louisville Sunday Septa 19 JOUISYILTE NASHVILLE n R 1 SPECl L TRAIN j heaves Stanford at 7f40 t u arrives Louisville 1045 7 Leaves Louisville G r n returning BASE BALL GAME 1kIOUISVITJLgs MINNEAPOLIS TWO GAMES Beautiful Parks and River Rides J S RICE Aleut LrC N It IL 0 101 t It L The Interior Journal IE Co WALT- ONDemocrstic Ticket For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealth Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer For State Bonn tor R I HUBBLE of Lincoln county FoeIepreeentatlve W H SHANKS iFotJOounty Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff w L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Btaijford District I M BRUCE For MaglstratelOrab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Ilustonvllle District JKHELMSR For Magistrate Waynesbnrg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH JOE MAGEE Ii a candidate for Police Judge of Crab Orchard subject to the action of the demo cratlo party and asks your support EDWARD H HARRIMAN the greatest organizer of railroads the world has ev- erf known met the only lasting defer of his active life at the hands of death Secluded in his magnificent home on Tower Hill New York surrounded by members of his family physicians and nurses he succumbed to an intestinal disorder Thursday afternoon after a fight agaInst disease which will rank for sheer grit with his remarkable struggles in tho financial world Mi Harriman died peacefully and to the end his brilliant mind retained its inter rity After a relapse on Sunday he sank slowly and soon after the noon hour Thursday there came a relapse which marked the approach of the end He attended to his business to the very last and his mind was clear up to within an hour of his demise Ho was a great man and tho financial and railroad world will miss him THE year 1809 was prolific of childre destined to become great in the varion endeavors of life We have celebrate the centennial of the births of many of them this year with others yet to be celebrated This good year of our Lori 1909 may have as many great men tits credit for 2009 to rave over Certain it ia that it will have two noted achievments toher credit that will be r well worth while to celebratethe con quest of the air and the discovery ot the longsought North Pole r Go to the ant thou sluggard ough to be changed to an order to go to the lowly hen She doesnt make much ado over it hardly as much as a rooste does sometimes but she gets in her work all the same Secretary Wilson of the Agricultural Department report that she laid 70000000 worth of egg during the year closing June 30 SCIENTISTS say the North Polo doesn remain at exactly the same place al the time Dr Cook therefore ma have discovid it in one place and Pear in another At any rate it will be jut as well to give the doctor the benefit 01 the doubt which Peary la trying so hat to create that he makes himself ridlco s lous IT is now reported that Mr Roosevelt will be put in charge of the Pat ama Canal but it lacks confirmation It might however prove a good thing l They seem to need some man of pus to get behind the work which is pro greasing slowly and at tremendous cost TAFT promised a downward revisio of the tariff and Gov Willson and hi party platform promised support of th County Unit bill Broken pledges both peopihavedemocratic party i AN imitator of Lucretia Borgia serv- Ing a term in a western penitentiar has applied for a on the group that she is homesick It is a wonde that all the convicts havent thought o t such an excuse It ought to get then out doublequick We shall now see the tes of party loyalty in every republical- who loves The Payne put a tariff of 45 per cent on fishing hooks rods and reels I n CI THE Supreme Court of New York has decreed that a wife is only entitled to half of her husbands earnings Ken tuckya highest court has not been called upon to adjudicate the question bu when it does it will likely decide that I the women are right in taking all their earnings as they are accustomed to TRIBTY six jurors on their oaths said that Powers had violated the peoples law Twentyfour jurors in like manner said that Howard had done so Yet Gov Willson who thinks he is the whole chow pardoned these hell- hounds and murderers of Gov Goebel POLITICAL The president appointed Prof Henryi C Emery of Yale James S Reynolds assistant secretary of the treasury and Alvin H Sanders of Chicago mem bersof the new National Tariff Corn maslon Prof Emery will bo chairman Lurton R Ginn of Washington wa elected presIdent of the Masonic Re lief Association of the United StatesI and Canada The other officers are First vice president Charles AI Nesbit Richmond Va second president Alexander Patterson Toronto Can secretary John R Porter Brooklyn treasurer George Brockway New York- The deathof Gen Corbin reminds us that during the Spanish war ho was a genjeralHe was only an genera by the favoritism of the powers was the real ruler of the army Ho was outranked byja number of major gen erals also but that cut no figure with those who were determined to push hit forwardThe League launched by the Democratic conference at Saratoga promises to play a most important partI in the New York State campaign 1910 and it is not unlikely to have a weighty influence in national politic as well The league will begin work at once By November 1 the members of the conference representing the variou counties are to elect members of the general committee ono from each assembly district in the State and it is hoped to have an effective fighting or ganization within the next six months IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES The Somerset street car line handle 15271 passengers during fair week Mrs John B Thompson wife of the Barrodsburg distiller died in a Cincin natl sanitarium Miss Iva Irene Cook daughter of Mr and Mrs W R Cook of Somerset was voted the prettiest girl on the Somerset fair grounds the last day Mrs S P Griffing 86 years old and for 52 years a teacher in Central Kentucky towns died at Perry ville where she was assistant principal of Elmwood AcademyChief Police Wood of Danville caught Robert Hawkins colored who was charged with operating a blind ti get and is under indictment on four charges of unlawfully selling whisky at Lexington This and That Two men were killed in a headon col lisiou on the Burlington near Lincoln Neb Rev John E Sulger of Terra Haute has been appointed Grand Chaplain of the Elks The 35th annual convention of the American Bankers Association Is in session at Chicago Fulton was wild with excitement a few nights ago when 45 citizens wet taken deathly sick from eating Ice cream at a restaurant Fvery docto in the town was pressed into service During the past week 256 cases of cholera and 106 deaths from the disease were reported In tho provinces of Tver Poltava Novgord andthe city of Riga in RussiaOn examining trial in the County Court at Frankfort Joe Nichols charg ed with the murder of Sergt Ingran I Tate of the Somerset military com r pany was acquitted on the grounds ot r selfdefense Tho Road To Success I has many obstructions but none BO desperate as poor health Success to day demands health but Electric Bit ten Is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compel perfect action of stomach liver kid neys bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and invigorates thi 1 wholfiSystem Vigorous body am keen brain follow their use Yo cant afford to slight Electric Bitter If weak rundown or sickly Only 60c 1 I Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store MATRIMONIAL Rev G W Thompson 72 years old and Miss Tinsey King both of Garrar county were married Mr Thompsoi is a fine old gentleman a democrat ii all the word means an exConfederat l soldier and a constant reader of the l J We extend heartiest congratulation 1to him and his The little Candy Cold Cure Tablet t called Preventlcs will In a few hour safely cheek all Colds or LaGrippe Try them 4825c Sold by Penny Drug Storey t y Health Coffee is the cleverest Imitation of real coffee ever yetmade Dr Shoop created It from pureparch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine In flavor Is made in just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlto Monuments Markers and 1osii Cemetery nnd Lawn Vases and Settees Olllce and works Me Kinney K- ySmall Farm For Sale I I desire to tell privately my farm of 67 acres In Lincoln county seven miles from Htanford and two rout Maywood on front In good borhood clot to church rural route and itmile front schoolhouse Land nil very pro ductive H farm In grass balance In culti vation nil under good fence ComfortableI house of six rooms new tarn and nil other outbuildings Abundance of fine water and of J T LIVINOHTON It F D No1 Stanford Ky 10 PER CT REDUCTION Ce B PRUITT Moreland Kentucky ForZOdeysin order to clean on Mat tings Druggets Carpets Rugs Etc Will RIu 10 per cent reduction Hue some rare bargains In mllllnlry Some big bargains In close outs In wall paper Nice selection of framed pictures Now Is your time to buy a handsome mantle mirror Call and tee them Choice selection of rockers IIIdnland es springs couucbes Davenports chairs suitcases grips trunks extension tables centre tables medicine cabinets glass sash see us Well equIPp1tock of funeral supplies Service night or day G II PKUITT Moreland Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance tatelatchemy Kate on the county road that runs through my farm I have concluded sooner a reward for Information lending to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum of fO far Infor mellon leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gatnsor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs tram the IlIellieturnpIkethe same amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction ot any party or parties who In the future commit nlll of the above offenses AugutIMT 1Edcrheimcr UAJI aitfcrXIrntiV t We are the people who furnish the boys their wearing apparel 0 We will show the most beautiful line of Boys Suits ever shown here Wait and see themI I H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky I I Sale Of Rein OttJohnon Leo I DANVILLE KY SEPT 21 09 I Golden Ferns Lad Golden Mon Plaisir Monas Glory Flying FoxI worlds prize winners Oouane Tormentor Sire of 53 Pedro Sire of Idas Rioter of St Lambert Sire of 33 Contribute their blood to our offering of 50 head of JERSEYS The last bid gets Isabelles Golden Lad The grandest close living tlecch dant of his double grandsire Golden Lad Bred exactly like Golden Ferns Lad His progeny is not surpassed by any Island Bull Solid Color Sure An ideal bull in typo and prepotence Ho can improve any herd Our Catalogue nnd Col D L Perry will tell the rest A st trains from Cincinnati Louisville Chattanooga and Knoxvillo arrive in time r Jf trains leave after sale + i- Look Look Look Just received complete line of Fall and Winter Shoes for Men Women and Children in Patents Vicis Gun Metal Ox Blood and Box Calf More styles than ever shown here before Prices are always the lowest SAMROBINSON STANFORD KY Stanford Garage Machine Co i v INCORPORATED v i AUTOMOBILES I FEED CUTTERS GASOLINE ENGINESi I CRUSHERSFARM IMPLEMENTS AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT r XDEder- heimer Stein Co U AKIII s G L Penny R II CoiToy K R Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP r TRY OUR Talcum Powders Sponge Bath Brushes Toilet and Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY 2 Our Ice Cold Both Water with Jersey Crocus anti Fine Fruit Flavors PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky fwssr If you want the Best Drill made try thelII t Hoosier For sale by E TV PENCE STANFORD KY I izitrfi e Y The Cofleo with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For tho next 80 days we will give I t3 i i i Five Pounds Coffee nt 35c 8175 j 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Pot at 8150 1 CO 8325 r For thirty days you save 81 25 GIVE IT A TRIAL GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford e I M i S 4 I t tt MENS SHOESS t fWe are still selling good shoe for men at cut prices Can we havo the plcaiuro of laving you tome mon- eySCHOOLI SHOES Make tho children happy by putting a good feeling good wearing shoe on j them Sy 1fSTANFORD KY SKIT 14 1900 1 SCECIAL Joan of Are 10 cent cigar we will sell on Saturdays and Sundsye only F 6 cents straight Pennys Drug Store 1 V PERSONALS r STEPIJENSON Is attending the jLoOAN Louisville COOPER of Somerset last week MRS WATT FIELDS is with her son Allle in Louisville this week 4 MR D C PAYNE of Crab Orchard is in Richmond and Frankfort EDITOR JOHN HENRY THOMAS of the Casey County News was here Satur dayt W 0 STEED of the West End who has been quite sick Is able to sit i up IMSJSR q L PENNY R L Hubble and Sam Harris Jr are at the State iMR L WILUS secretary U Congressman Helm Is here from Shel byville Miss MARY E JARVIS has returned from a weeks stay with friends at 9 Lebanon MRJ T CARSON of Lebanon Is with his father J W Carson in the I West End Miss FRANCS COOPER Is tho guest of Mrs R II Young in Louisville do ring the State fair DR L F JONes of Maywood will practice his profession at Crab Orch ard after Sept 20th MR R N LOOAN and wife of Tui cola III are visiting relatives here and in the West End Miss ARNOLD ENOLEMAN of Shelby City Is visiting her brother Mr Matt J Englctrun at Mt Salem MRS GEO P COWAN left for Spo keno Wash Saturday where she will make her homo in the future JUDGE M D HUGHES and Attorney W I Williams of Lancaster were here Friday on legal business- Man FRANK SUEARIN and little son and Mrs Sallie Shearlnof Indianapolis i are visiting Mrs J S Campbell HUBERT CARPENTER of Stanford was in tho city last week the guest of Cecil WllllamsSomerset Times MRS SUSAN B YEAOER is spending tho week with Mrs W 1C Rice in Louisville and attending the State Fair Miss CLARA COOPEK left Saturday i for New York City where she will I teach this year In tho School for the DeafMESDAMES J P HARBISON and Amel ia Smith of Danville were guests Mesdames J W Ireland and Lucinda GrinsteadMRS R ZIMMERMAN and little daughter of Kansas City are visiting her mother Mrs Rella Engleman at Shelby City Miss MARGARET HOCKER has entered Hamilton College at Lexington Her father Mr J S Hocker accompanied her to Lexington- T HOOD ENGLEMAN of Juleeburg ti Coloroda has returned home after short visit to his mother at Shelby City and his brother Mr Matt Engleman at Mt Salem- J G IlACKLEY son of Mr J T Hackley of this county sailed from A New York Wednesday for Europe 4where he will visit many of the Import ant cities and places of interest MRS E B RITCHIE and Master Geo M Ritchie returned to their home in Mineral Wells Texas Saturday Mrs 1J N Menefee accompanied them and expects to try the vlrtuee of tho mineral waters for rheumatism while there liRA TOM GOOCH of the West End has returned after a two weeks visit to her daughter Mrs F H Droz at CkvaltBd 0 Shewas much pleased with her daughters home and everything was done toXmako her visit a pleasant one MRS JOHN BRIGHT and children have returned from a visit to relatives in Chattanooga Mrs Robert Gover of j Lincolnxcbuntr Is visiting Mr and Mrs Silas McDowell on Jasper street Mrs J P Kelsay is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E J Godbcy at Huston ville Somerset Journal LOCALS TOBACCO men read W H Rigging advertisement u- sti BUSTER BROWN childrens shoesi Cummins Wearen II B PURE cannel coal at JII Baughman CoR Try a loade I DONT miss our coffee bargain for a few days only Farris I openingFriday Sept 17th Your patronage solicited Misses VanDevcer t EXPERT workman on gasoline engines I can be secured by application to the Stanford Garage Machine Co WATCH for Buster Brown and his dog TlgoThey are coming Cum mins WearenIWANTEDgood4 respectable whito girl who wishes a good home at good wages Mrs K Lutes Turncrsvllle KyTiiE prop on DanvIlU Avenue was taken down yesterday at 11580 but was later sold to Mrs Hugh Reid Price private FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cottage garden barn lot and barn on La- gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero ReynoldsI I WILL be at bay each Saturday to collect tho taxes for the Crab Orch ard Graded School Penalty goes on Oct 1 George W BronaughI REV T W BAnI will a sale of his household effects on Saturday Oct w at 10 A M the advertisement of which will appear next Issue I ISATURDAY Sept 25th Is the last day for filing turnpike miscellaneous and merchants claims against Lincoln county George B Cooper County ClerkITill Somerset Times prints a good picture of Mr J M Roberts who will collect the State and county taxes for Pulaskl county during the four years beginning Jan 1 WmLl riding his knob land a tow days ago Mr J A Givens was at tacked by a mad dog which lacerated his horsoa leg and left the Imprint of his teeth on that gentlemans stirrup The canine was a spotted hound TUB republicans eve nominated Messrs K D Noakes In the Crab Or chard district for magistrate and J A Singleton in the Wavncsburg district Both good lambs for November slough ter ITile Germans of Ottcnheltn will have a celebration on ept 25th it being the 25th year since their settlement at that bigr ed and some speeches will bo made by the local talent here PROE J D CLARK of Lexington addressed tho tobacco growers at the urgingIState organization down the tpbacco trust He made a good speech and im pressed our people favorably IFRO what we could learn from re publican sources yesterday on the street all Is not lovely in the republi can camp by long odds over the late machines convention The bosses seem to be having a hard time satisfying the rank and file of their party by running over them In steam roller fash ion It is loves labor lost at any rate for what the dcmocatlc nominees will do to them will be a plenty in Novena ber J t WHEN the republican machine of Lln coIn county issued Its call for n conven tion to nominate county officers it con- staa4 paragraph that in order to place i candidate before the convention he had to sand to the chairman of the republican county committee written notice to that effect and for what office ho aspired to We have been informedI that no such notice was ever Thos N Butt tho republican nominee I for Jailer but tho machine wanted to choko off clever Isaac Terry whom a groat many people thought defeated Mr Butt before the convention What lo tho people of Lincoln county callj machine rule Is it a fact you sup pose that Mr Butt didnt know his name was to be presented before the invention It must have becrt for ve havo been told hq said ho was not a candidate for the nomination William Jennings Bryan says Lot the People lulav which as a rule is a safe pol Icy s i WE DISCOVERED THE POLE Not the North polo to much talkedof at present but the long business pole that knocks the persimmon bargains The lost thing we reached with this long polo was a well assorted stock of Mens Womens and Childrens Shoes Good Shoes are our hobby Low prices our fad VearensIndTwo good secondhand stoves for sale at a bargain Farrij LET me insure your barn and tobac co W A Tribble StnnfordI LOOK atstovesWH Hlgglns for curing tobacco in your barns PHONE No 188 when youwant tin ning and plumbing done W K War nereTine city council met last week and put a license of 300 on the hops operators of Stanford J PARTIES wishing to buy mule colts or any kindof stock will do well to attend the stock sales and stock show at Jones Park Yosemite Saturday Sept 18 II HAVE promised mandeputyshi in the event I am elected sheriff of Lin coin county I will name my deputie after Nov 2 S J Bell republican nominee for sheriff FALL and Winter samples now read for inspection If you want a hand some suit or overcoat let II C Ruploy the practical tailor take your order Fit and satisfaction guaranteed LIGHTNING Gasoline Engines Wilder Strong whirlwind feed cutters and blowers Lightning crushers and grind ers Line shafting pulleys and hang era belting gas engine oil etc Stan ford Garago CoIPARTIES wishing ace dis play of field and garden products and wishing to compete for premiums wil do well to attend the agricultural show at Jones Park Yosemite Saturday Sept 18- Fon SALE OR TRADE One 1C horsepower Nichols Shepherd traction engine and two mounted saw mills log wagons etc All In good condition Call on or address 0 W Potts Richmond Ky- VANnoox WITHDRAWS Before ho had gotten well into his race for county clerk of Pulaski Mr J Harvey Van hook formerly of this county but now a thriving citizen of Burnside with drew Mr Frank Limeville a rcpuli can entered on the independent ticket which Mr V thought meant certain defeat for him He is very thankful to his many friends in Lincoln andadjoin Ing counties for their words of encour agement and expects at some to again enter tho porHical crcna AN old adagegooFools build houses and wise men live in them but the handsome new court house that tho people of Lincoln county are erect ing will bo occupied by hs capable and as clever a set of public officials as ever Lincoln county had after Jan 1 1910 Thu democrats present to you a most excellent ticket from top to bottom to be voted for at the November election and It will be elected by an overwhelm ing majority The party is in good shape and ready to do battlo with the macbine made candidates of the common enemy Democrats put your shoulder to the wheel trust in the jus taco of your cause and your blessings will be bountiful in the end DANIEL BOONE ON TUB TRAIL which comes to Waltons Opera Rouse one night only Wednesday Sept 15 is a play conceded by both press and public to stand preeminent among all melo dramic productions of the seasons of ferings Mr Morris has pared neith er pains nor money to mako this pro duction complete in every detail the cast having been carefully selected and tho scenery painted from photographic views taken in and around the moun tains of Kentucky where the famous pioneer Daniel Boone spent his early days A most realistic and thrilling scene Is the great snow storm and Boonos fight for life with tho ferocious wolves carried and used in this produc tion The scene being played back of i largo net curtain carried by tho com pany is alone a great expense and when the curtain falls on tho climax many iro heard to remark Was Boono hurt lythe wolves tIt Another feature is ho introduction of Bounding Elk a oil blooded Sioux Indian and a direct lesccndant of the famous old warrior Sitting Bull Ho la a graduate of Yale and is the only real Indian actor today laying a responsible part with any ramatic production The costume is Istorically correct and all in all the production of Daniel Boone on the Trail is without a doubt the best ofall tho seasons melodramlc offering t i u A Of two houses and lots In Huitonvllld Kj Untilnlshopdeceaetlw711 lluitonvlllo Kynt about the hour of toclock p MnnHATUUUAY GOT 8 1600 tell At public nuctlon to the highest bidder the two Louses and lob In JluUonvllle Ky which Uttrntrlx owned at tier tenth One li the house and lot on the North elle of Main street nnd which Includes the lious where the poitolllcn Is now kept The lOt bat a lroatage ou Main street of about W feet ant extend back about tar feet and around to Uanvllle street on which It hat a frontage of about so feel The house li I j stories contain Brooms And kitchen Thfrtl U a good well on the lot The other lot fronts on the North tide of Mnln street ubouS3 feet and extend Lack about ltd test to an alley It adjoins the other lot and Include two storerooms Term are halt cub balance II months bearingInterntlien on the property with privilege to the parchniiers pay the notes before mnturl ly Possession given Nov 1 1K and deed to be then made KUWAUDAUIOIIN Exor Weak Kidneys kMneNerveL orranluelLand strengthen them Dr Bhoooi Restorative a medicine pedacalty Jlreranc1 to reaeh the KldneyalantIswell If you tack aches or li weak U the miae scftldi orlidarkand strong llhoubanmaP1OID1 of Drllbu or other or ner dlicaia try Dr Ehoopi ReitontlTe a month willdoDr RestorativePENNYS Keoortof he Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Stanford In the Htate of Kentucky nUb dole of bnsinefiept11109REa0011CFe Loan Dlicounts I841N GI overtlratuttcurvdnmluuftccurrd 11141 h7 U H llondi to secure circulation WrCO UI Premium on U H bondm 1610- 011001securltieseto 17150 ItunklnR house furniture and fix tares 60455 Other rent estate owned 3551 00 luu from Nntlonnl Hanks not re crvongentsl ribv Duo from Htnto A Prtvnte Banks dt llnnker Trust los A Hnv Ingi llnnki iYJ67 fromnnproredreHrrvtiiigenti 66120 Ubecki ROIl other cash Items ICS 411 Nuleeof olher National Banks 1190 Fractional pnpvr currency nick ell JIlawful Money Reserve In hank Vlit Hpecle I11M7 S5- Ix enltenderuot i tIN 00 13956 SIteueinptlou fund with IT H Trent urer 5 IXT cent of circulation 2X0 00 Dno from U M Treasurer roo 00 299579 6 MAIULITIEg- Dnpltnl Htock paid In 5010 00 funtJ xiU00 ITnillvliloil profit lea expenses and taxes paid 16r1 loG Kntlonnl llnnt note outitnndlng WoctO 00 Duo to other National Itanki tIq 61 flue to et1 Heierve Agenti IrolJU ladlrldu0aIepositssubJectto nififtt MO o Demand Certlllcatei of Deposits 8 Time certificates of deposit Pbt1I Notes and bill rediscounted UI07 S IIm M Htnto of Kentucky County of Lincoln u I John JMcIloberU Cushier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the nliovo statement Is true to tho best of lilY knowledge nnd belief- Jolty J McUonuKTS Cashier HubocrllkHl and sworn to before me this lit day of Hept 100 W M Ilrlght N 1 Correct Attest JH Hocker BT Harris W 11 0llannon Director Report of tho Condition of LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK at Stanford Kyln the State of Kentucky at the e oe of busineaHept1 1109 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts SK5WO 62 verdrnft secured and unsecured 16ou310 U8 Baud to secure circulation WRp 10 toads securities etc nP1J I0 tanking house furniture and nx tureHHH 8KO 00- Due from Notional Bunk not re enc agent 1398 P Due from State and Private Hanks and BnnkersTrnst Companies and Uanku 8 II- Uuefrom8ppruvedretrvoagent 4W11IG checks and other cash Heuu 87 10 rotes of other National DankMM 00 Fractional paper curreneynlckeb and eentM lot ro- Lawful Money Reserve In Bank 11400100 1t00temptlopfundurer 5 per ct I3ti6S 61 LIABILITIES I fnpltnl mock paid InM S 0000 00 fund 40000 00 Q ndlvUlnl profits less expenses and taxes 711 48 ntlonnl Hunk notesoutstandlng BOttO 00 Bue to other Nat Bunk 171 70- nile to state and 1rl yate Banks A Ranker lUlvlilunl deposits sub ject to check S270M 4S- saooirtllled DIll IncludlngCertldcntos of dopuslt for monT KVm ftl eewrvod for taxes S74 w xalitl III Htnte of Kentucky County of Lincoln si I W M Cashier of the abovenamed blink do solemnly swear that the above ntement Is true to the lent of ray knowl Ige and belief W M IliiiniiT Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before sun this ah duyof Hopt 1809 J J Mc obertsNlv Correct Attest J B OvlleT H H Shank J B Paxton Director t 4tt 3LADIES SHOES The new Fall models in Zeigler are good to look at See them ini Patent Vici and Ooze I STRONG SHOES For Men and Boys in diflereut leathers and lasts to euit any toot h j i x L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin j LESS THAN COST This is no dream but a stern reality We have a few Oxfords left in Tans Vicis Patents Oxblpods Etc in this seasons goods Latest styles etc They must go regardless of cost 3 50 Oxford 2 25 3 00 Oxford 2 00 2 50 Oxford I 75 2 00 Oxford 1 50 I 1 50 Oxford 100 Etc Our Full goods are beginning to come in and we do not in tend to carry goods over We had rather take our loss now than to carry to next season Our loss is your gain Come to- sco us and wo will convince you that we mean business Dont forget that we aro still offering Summer goods at tremendous cuts HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY s The Dixon To bacco Saver This Stove is what tobacco men use in their barns The tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money You can begin tripping eoouer You can put t to J in your barns Call and see them I Wa H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky V MRN111 MMIR l1 l NtrRR1INRRR MAM1N1Mw+ v virvvvvvvvwvvwvvvvvwv + it The Wayncsburg INCORPORATED Deposit Bank t Waynesburg Lincoln County Ky of all industry and enterprise stands flnaace willing to encourage anything worthy that IiBl1ck Interest of the community but first of all OhVBYSi IndmtrYithe loyal support of homo banks by sao and deposit in our bank your welfare but is encouraging and jI home industry Besides the material benefit you derive account we offer you every courtesy and facility assistingi Ibankyour business The Officers and Directorate of i up of men who are individually successful able to safeguard your 2OFFICERS L G Gooch President James A Hays InterestsICashierDIRECTORSDr J W Caldwell R Curtis L G Gooch James A Hays G W Leach I H Hi Singleton J W Wheoldon M E Wheeldon ItfVSA QVIVVVVi1VV M1MlMVV fVfVVVVVVVVVVIVIVVVVVVVVf VVVVVVVVVIVV WVVVVI- VVVVVVVVVVVV WALTONS OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT Wednesday September i5cO I Boone Amusement Co Incorporated Presents tho Historical Kentucky Romance Daniel Boone on the Trail- A COMPLETE PRODUCTION The Sioux Indians4 T The DWolves WaterJPrincess PRICES 2Sc 50c and 75c NOTK Tho third act of this famous drama in which Boone has his fight with the wolves isplayed behind a screen curtain thus avoiding all dauger t r Irt l The Interior Journal Entered in the Potl Offit ol Stanford at luxndclaM mater rfL tN TIME THBLE No 21 Mouth lire P x No 53 Houtb 1100 A x- NoTlNorh4t4OA X tNo22 NortbOT P X A 1017 AMI NO S rle Y x JOS S RICE Agent J A S PRICE 1Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY J Office over McRoberts Drug Store in t the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I grnio tbo Btanfonl pike Improvements und 1 fencing good plenty of water and fruit l1 Also 125 acres of timbered land one iiilli Bnit ot McKlnney halt under fence plent of water and good tobacco lard Hee grow ng crop J A AgentMcKlnney When Ordering Clothes lave your measure taken by n tailor of ex perience1 Then your clothes whether a low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and tit which plainly indicate they wero made to your measure I will nlso take your meas ure for extra trouser fancy veils top cents and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on bond ready for your tnpertlon H O RUPtKY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furalih the public with the host as well as the rMbest ot cut flowers plants of all kinds ttUInt potted flowers on short notice Alto make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have nil kinds of vegetable on hand at r ntmnblo prices S OIIRIBTJIAS UIBKN 1IOUHKH En lluIIDARn IROI- IHlantord Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Birns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone W Otnce 93 Insure with me and bo fully protected 1 YOUR Gs7lit- aHIUESMDFURS GinstugGoldenare Dealers and can do better for rtetchaoJRrlercoceWrite for weekly price list and ship piny tags 001 bags free M SADEL SONSa Euu HKO IK 1 DGI 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY INSURANCE R B MAI1ONY is Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornadof Life Li ve Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediateattention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo aae a or aeaNidl e +i11VLn1 D7 UndertaKcrs and Embalmer Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRujjfl They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C MeClary Undertaker Emb 1merardI Dealer IniHarnoss STANFORD KY j E0ffle rbone 187 HomePkoDO SW rr 4 i+ wwar FARMERS DEPARTMENT J N Carter Bold two mule colts at 65 Jones Cress sold a bunch of 800 pound yearlings at 4ic James IL Woods bought nine mule colts yesterday at 50 to 65 Winter seed oats for sale W D Hanson Moreland 4t Fifty or GO stock hogs for sale Coul ter McCormack Mtddlcburg M S BauRhman sold to Fox Bright a pair of 6yearold mules for 300 W L Cordier sold to B D Holtz claw a pair of work mules for 310 Wilhite Hardcsty bought eight mules herettcsterday at 150 to 175 Danville bought hero yesterday 150 cattle at 3 to 4c Coulter and Allen sold 49 feeders at 3 to 360 yesterday at county court FOR SALE60 young ewes at n bargain James McKechnlc Hubble Hamilton of Pulaski sold 37 feeders on the market here yesterday at 3 60 Twenty 1000 pound cattlo for ante L P Nunnelley Lancaster R F D FOR SALRA good milk cow with young calf J T Bingaman Stanford Ky 2t We have 35 or 40 No 1 feeding hogs for solo at once Lutes Co Huston Ville Ky W T Tucker bought at Lafollette Tenn 70 BOO pound feeding cattle at a fancy price FOR SALEA 2 year old Jersey bull From good milk strain J II Jackson Stanford Ky 2t Senator R L Hubble bought of S G Brown ot Casey nine 800pound cattle at 3Jc J S Murphy of McKinney has 600 or 700 bushels of New Columbia seed wheat for sale J M Roberts of Pulaski sold 40 feeders hero yesterday to Farris Farris at 31 to 4Jc Ho also sold 17 at 3ic At the Paris fair last week Harris Woods fine string of mules captured four blue ties and five reds out of seven showsParties 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 Lancaster Ky R F D No1 An aged yellow Jersey cow free milker but with one blind teat left my place Tuesday Aug 3 Please notify N W Fowlo Rowland Ky it H C Wray R S Scudder Carroll U Dudderar and J II Baughman are in Louisville at the State fair with their horses and mules this week T S Robertson of Harrison county sold to a Bowling Green dealer 2 yearling mules at 140 two yearlings for 350 and a pair of work mules for 500Reports come from the cities that an egg famine seems iminent this winter The reason is that eggs have been very scarce this year and only a few have been put in cold storage CATTLE MENII havo 200 acres of fine pasture 21 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle at 75c per head permonth G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 P H Shutts threshed bin bushels of wheat off of his farm thia year and 210 bushels of buckwheat with a second crop yet to come Including small grain of all kinds he has raised over 1200 bushels This is what Mr Shutts has Accomplished by work and proper handling of his landMt Vernon Signal COURT DAY There was a large crowd in town yesterday at countyC court and business generally was pretty brisk At I M Bruces stoclc pens there were 500 cattle and most of them sold as follows Good feeders brought 4 to 3 to 4s cows 1J to IfcoltsCyrus M Jones of the Walnut Flat vicinity was at tho fair a day or two and like the good old friend he is heI came around to this office to pay his respects to William and we aro sure it was a pleasant visit to the writer for we had not seen him for 20 years though ho lives BO near This writer was hu pupil at Buncombo over 50I years ago and soon after that he got into the horse mule and cattle trade and has been in it ever since Just be fore the Southern Confederacy was born he and our father were partners in the stock trade Waving two droves there when the South seceded and had to trade them for a fine quality of Virginia tobacco most of which was soldI at Nashville receiving the pay in gold pieces and managed to get back home without being nabbed by the Con federacy Mr Jones was raised near old Mt Zion church being ono of the several sons of tho late Aden Jones whoso home was one of the most pitable of the county and Cyrus perI formed a feat at the age pf 21 when he took Miss Lockey Saunders ono of the most lovable girls we ever knewihastening her away and married a Tennessee Gretna Green which wise a pleasing event to our boyish mind as ho was also accompanied by his brother Greenup Jones and soother splen did girl Miss Eliza Adams and they got married also That was 54 years ago and the last named lady is ono of the good residents of Somerset today Somerset Republican I a Y 10 NlbiM SJb l r zmI uprifbt lyog by liaR MtStat U slut The first of the Season in clothes is like the first of anything cW if its good its apt to bo a source of more than tMiml satisfaction to cruse its first The first iron who soc out of this store wearing one oi our now suite or ono of our line ovoroonU for Fall is euro to set a lot of pleasure in it be will look bettor dressed than the won around him boil have a distinction iu style and fashion thats quito unusual 1 f Hart Schaffner Q Marx t have for us some of the most stunning creations wo have over lad to offer our trade The rims and hiss in suit fabric are XMSwiitly J f attractive many patterns in thti vutvo from plain colors in worsted and Berger to checks plaids ftBlfotripoa and other slattern coats read raincoat too aro iu many pleasing colors and weaves Youd bettor be one of the first in thom This store Is the home of Hart SirlTTjJsr t Marx rSUITSCUMMINS WEAREN Stanford Kentucky J STOP THAT HEADACHE withyghStxnlord Kyx111 your 1100 lIsIoUon II nl80 corrSe In teak KdlBon phonograph std the latest record which you can my for cnsh or on monthly Inuallawott Oiul oral let us talk- lhswatterover KVKHTKSTKI KHEK Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell prlnl1Jo 11y I Oro cerlesnnd Hardware IIOIIIKJV guar busi ness Will invoice about IIOO Iteasou lit health OKO D liOPPISRAtanfordK- yFARMS FOR SALE 1 wish to sell prlraUIy my farm ot U ease nl Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four mllos from MoKlnney Has on It good Wrooin ilwulllng goal barn cellar sprliiR house line water ute Lund is In high state of cul tivation Also have tour other small farms for anitl All well improved Terms sofa faotorlD O AI ilLEStanford Ky It F D No S MILL FOR RENT Owing to ill haallh nnd wanting to be away from home some this summer I nova decided to rent my tiiitounte Dlz River Holler Mills driven fcj water ami strain power ioou loontlon Mill In flratolaH onditionw HTUAYLOIl U K D No 4 Stanford Ky Home At Auction I Monday Hept 13 IftuO county court day the property on VanlIo Avenue Unoccupied liy v U Ithuni Has a areInig gofdun Location flrstelats and In aria neighborhood Will sell In front of the old court house nt 1SW Monday afternoon Kept 13 HUM Mrs HuKb Held E U Pen ulnglull Slut Mary tunnlnyton Htanford r The State university Lexington Ky The Htate University txixlngton Ky oP the following course lIrlolll turnl Mechanical Knelneirlniilvll Engl necring KUsctrlcnl Knglnwrlnu 1081111Urlllg Classical and son l4olcutlne courses each of willed extends oviir four enrannd lend to A Unchilorn degree also n lrtmrtinent of law and n Depart nont of Kducntlon lot has tern vstnbllnhed Instead of the Normal Hcliool Persons who enter this dopartmint prepare for advanced work in pedagogy an granted a llncli florii degree In subjoct when complet TheAcaduuyfarpreparatory instruc flea is ro oln ll County appointees receive tree tuition of residence In tho dormitories fuoland light traveling expense If they collegIntoThe nnueum art largo well equipped comprehensive and modern Military Mclcnco Is fully provided fornero quired by Congress The graduates In tho several courses of study readily nod employment wlttr liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for last year was 1078 Knob do withtheYoung women and on nxccllunt homo with board nnd lodging In 1atturson Hall which II well equipped with nil the modern conveniences hall for physical culture at H rer week Allcoursesofstudy n the University ore open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to males The completion of tho AgriculturaltMln Ins Knetneurlng tlon bnlldliKis afford ample nnd Commod lour quartets for these departments which are rapidly increasing In thenumberof ma triculates For catalogues methods pf obtaining np polntmonts Infrrinntloii regartllng courses of study and terms ot admission apply to JAN K PATTKIWOS Jh D Jili II Pros or to n O FU tzrx tluslness Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 9 09 Two Small Farms for Sale l- On containing r acres good B room UwlldlnIIIIrallwittvrMl 1 hero in young or hurU I years okl Itavrixin nil la good state 0 eaUlynlton raised fxl pounds totMMO ems II t j wheat Jeer sots on It kart ywr Trio IO Second tract of MH note with trouni tnthouse U toot toen eo bnrn well iraUmlau itcriw under nw lease hnl- Anoe In lIne timber II sores welt cleared tine corn ami tollo IliAd Price llOO Hit paled a ru lifts tioutli of Hlnnfurd on Homer set pIke Tract No 1 lion pike No2 It 1 mile from plkeau county rood Adlreu or see mo at btuuforU Ky II V HKItllY Farm for Sale On lnnvlll A Hutonvtll pike of ff nerd In Mneoln county le tulle truth iloru Und This form II welll llrorPIIItOlld well null out rn end abundance of ituek water furnished from never fatlmg springs Most ot farm In gross I desire to sell this farm In the nrstw days together with the stoek und crop time stock consisting of 11 hlRb Irwl Jtmeti 9 lacks nit ages 10 b mares I registered I registered stnlllon I hares of corn le url stacks of hay fartu tmpleinenUof T rydes rlptlqn I will sell the wliolw outllt or rluf thesto k and It I sell the farm without the mast sill sot Inter ttunWdnysoas to awe- tootfrpttoutakoasale stock Alii live 5014 muhw from work mules down to colts You will have to tree this farm tonpftroo claim the lowttlon and the many ndvsntdges- of this dUtanei doslrlng to reethissfarmcancome to More land Lincoln county Ky on the QJHKMI A Crwieent route this farm being only about V mile from station II II KINO Moreland Ky Dinwiddie Com9 Hustonviire Ky s Undertakers and Embalmers We carry an uptodate line of goods PUBLIC SALE 10111 I Mlll suit to the hl hestundllesthldder al my fern onu ha1f milo North of McOrcary On the lancaster und Buckeye turnpIke on- WKDNEBHAYHKlTiC IWW at 10 oclock A M the followiug personal property Dim 6 your old family bone 1 dye year old saddle mnro 1 good family mare v years mid that has proven to Iw u good mule nmro 1 nice two your old hurneia yearlingtonestwo to earsoldiigoodyearllngjuuks1 good six year old Jeunut wltb jack colt by her stile I 1 six old Jenntit in hreo year oldleanetlnfoul 3 two year aid Jen COWliIJersey hUll Ku barrels new corn also hllueholt and kItchen furniture Bud IIIR Implements TKHM8 All sums of IC dollars or finder cash all sums over 10 dollars the purchas er to give note with good sucurltysald note to lie due January lit 1B10 apd to hear In terest at the rate of six per cent per annum from maturity till paid nnd to 100 negotia ble and at the Garrard hunk A Trust Ouol Lancaster Ky J WIIttili First of the season Hart SckafTner Marx Good Clothes Makers produced stripes FOR SALE I ffr0eeteUnniwarTtnwarelag Mtr lM lui Ibornl ten 011 IIA1tIlmlenbOr lend Ky FOR SALE I tI1trotellt81willtinvvoicceIhIt4AdIrs un NOTICE retaniOtisUrcbnnnsQa luiprovvd b 11 In splenlg DIlIUoa AOtNNnaIty NOTICE I Mv have moved our bide ami Kjuitry imsHwi trusts SIynla to oar lore recently purctuiMU uf Garland tillt fieton two doon from tofl Vfit still pity hkO1tlC8 D CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Street Phono 90 Sr NFORDHENTUCKY J J BELDEN For Hou nanl Oarrlage lnllllln and ming Paper ilangliia UunandLouksmlth lug Hhopopposlodepot J J llKLorK Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL EHGI NEERING u I am prepared tollo oil kinds of urreyln and civil eulhieering prupnptl My wurlc will be guaranteed and my price are ratI onnble Write mo ut 1hUnd J or call me over the telephone thrpugb the U utoll1l1e WALriillMoKINMJY FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A lino blue grass farm fur sale situated on iko near Polnl lAMtvell sad six mlloisouth of Ijincaster Juu nrrvk well locatwl In good neighborhood being port of Inc John had wlthnbanil same now twostory sevenroom residence thereon with till neti isaryoulljulldlngsand good now Uirn 41 t n never falling sprints and orvek ornnnliix- through onlnndtwocant interest nn IIIIIIVrsoin lootlnu for such plrice wrllo or see W 0WALKxitHlau- fomPUBLIC SALE I Having decided to go WlJlt1 will sell nt llubllo Cabo nt lilY hOlllu plucb otm mIle from Muywood on dirt road leading from May wool to Urnb Orchard pit- WEINKADAVHJIT151500 My yarn of M acres It is known OB the I Douglas farm H has on it n cottage of four rooms a fairly good burn unit other outbuildings has throo good springs rind two good orchUrds lOacresln 10 acres of other pasture HnmalndHr lml been in wheat host is now In corn In M of tulle front Stanford t HOlllunltrlkQ and mile trout ecbool given to purchaser Will sell to for cads 1st hand WIll also011mycrop of corn aad about If ton cows 10 heifers two and three yon- nold2sbeoplot of hogs household und kitchen furniture ono wagon and other forming tools Terms cosh- KJIANK KoniK8of fyMaywood ICy J I Farm for Rentfor 1910 f atAadaerie upMad butane In tnnllI N I- lit tllu lot plle CallsMM PairsgoItKj I Thi McKlnnoy Woolen Mills McKlnnoy KylIs now In upmtkn awl N ready to rrQ AmBlanka I woplo WIUUHT Ir- urCONCRETING We are in nntltloa dp nil XlDtU et eon crrtliig Saab ns lllo k Work lnv ineius t IbOUtpNalbefore It PHILLIPS BROS Stanfnnl Ky PUBLIC SAL I 010 Farm Live Stock old Funning Tin plcnionU On account of n change In business of iiiy sons and lutnvlf which U my rOIl for loiling I will odor at public auction on the premues on TIUWHDAY8KIT as IIW At 10 oclock A u my flm blue grass farm CDntuliiln KSnoros to bot to pus chaser located llro miles unll lliirrods Imrg three miles noth of llurgln and two iiitlns west ol Hlmkvrluwn on the pike adjoining the Ikll This UIone ol the flnit agricultural aiiltarsus in Kenluoky U hlllrO the watered into in lha bluo grttis oountr ever llehl UII tha Wire being supDilinl with ncvffilliua Place N fprtle sad superior for tbo ton of toiinccn hemp euro and UndnnUrlterm aulpmti or two big tern The uttwU earn Is none lbtnerearelnblue Kr i mnlndvr In n high stasis ot dwelling conlnlnniigfat larun moms large outbtilkllnHS venindu and is TermstidOnethird cash nil l ti lime roiniiliuKr III ohttwo three and four years with epereentInterestJeYablesoml p unnually snmcUmn and placo tlio following Hlx lumd oltlll mere 11111101 0 ou bogs Jersey cuttle two iwocpstunkst lxsUU muchlnnry such iw binders mow erswagen plows hnrnos and many oilier too numerous to mention Terms on personal property Ua all sunn of sal nud uudurceshovvr that amount n four i interestnurgoo1 IIUHATUAX llarrodsbiirif Ky BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE alley1Votofand Carpenters Htatlon consisting of IU acres of rich bloearass or tobacco boelJlIlIlI C DWELLING HOUSE- on each place also nil necessary out build- Ings Tim farm lays nlmost In a square only ononnglo In linos There nry Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables ono tenant house good water in uvoryflolil six lasting springs with three streams run ling LJ1u5TosvtLLra Kt x