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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f1 t t THE INTERIOP JOURNALVO- L VOL XXXVIrc STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1909 NO 58 Reports About Rev Coker Untrue Pleasant Point Baptist church near I Kings Mountain Ky Sept 4 1909 Ai Rev A G Coker our pastor has been proven Innocent and set right bo fore the church and for tho purpose of setting him right before the world the church asks that the following bo pub Hihed In tho iNTcmoR JOURNAL DADNEY KY Aug 21 1909 We the undersigned members of Eden lisp tlst church certify that the reports which are being circulated on Bro Co i ker are not truo in any respect bul that he has conducted himself respect fully as becometh a Christian gentle man and Is worthy of any churchs confidence and that ho Is highly esteemed by our church for tho grand work he line done among us And wo further say that John Robins by whoso mouth such reports have been circulated Is not considered or recognized as a truth ful or reliable man and that ho Is not D and never was recognized by any con ference or as n preacher Signed James Jenkins W II Alexander dea con J P Waddle deacon W 11 Ow ens deacon S S Lovell deacon A F Alexander Mack Crockett Logan neck J C Edwards E W Doolin V T Moore A B Burgln church clerk also Eden church where Bro Co ker holds membership went on record as a church that the report arc take in every particular Done by order of tho church this Sept 4 1900 JAMBS T BROWN church clerk f OTTENHEIM e Cyrus James has been qultn tick but Is improving Mrs Jane Coleman Is visiting at Rowland John Harris had the misfortune to j get two of his toes mashed ofT while working at Dlllions sow mill Ike Terry was In this section Friday II G Russell has moved to the Clar ence Woods property on the pike Clarence Boone tells us of cutting a 10 acm field of millet and wjien he fin fished cutting in tho center of tho field tho shocks were so thick ho could not pet the binder out I Joq Lawton who has been working In Bedford Ind is at home qnrsing a crippled foot Maurice Ilutmner has sold his tract of timber for 1000 Sev oral saw mill men have been watching 1 this timber as it is exceptionally good Russell Dllllon and W G Mutton were I the lucky me- nNight On Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex HOD ton of Fort Edwards N V climbed Bald Mountain to the homo of n neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that had cured himself of asthma This wonderful medicine soon relieved andqulokly cured his neighbor Later It cun l his sons wife of a severe lung trouble Millions believe Its tho great eat Throat and Lung euro on earthr Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs ant surely cured by Itr Boat for Hay Fever Grip and I VhooMng Cough roc and 81 Trial boltlo free Guaranteed by Pennys Store IDrujWilliam Logan Williams part of their Centennial Celo tho members of tho Christian church are to hold memorial services throughout tho State on Sunday after noon Sept 20 at 3 qclock at the graves of their pioneer preachers Such a service will bo held on the 2Gth at 3 I U M in tho Hustonvillo cemetery at I tho grave of Eld William Logan WII lams Rev D M Walker of Stan ford will make tho address Tho mem bore and friends throughout the county t 4 arc urged to bo present WALTER S WHUS Health Coffee11 is the cleverest 5 Imitation of real coffee over yet made DC Shoop created It from puro parch cd grains malt nuts etc Fine In llavor is made in just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Weak Kidneys kidneyNenea orgaItselfand strengthen them Dr Bhoopl Restore nl- a medicine ipeclflcallr tmparod to reacb these aUtrollIt your tack aches or ii weak U the wise aids or Ii dark and itront It you hate tyaptpmi of BrIbtl or other dllUtlMln or UlTabieUdo tenon Urunist recommend and Mil ShoopsRestorative PENNYS DRUG STORE CHURCH MATTERS Rev T W Barker will preach at Mc Kinney next Snnday at 3 r M There will bo tho regular Sunday School session at the Methodist church Sunday at 930 A sL No preaching either morning or night on account of S S Convention at Presbyterian church Tho subject of Rev W S Willis at tho Hustonvillo Christian church Sunday morning will bo Tho Sure Way of Salvation In the evening his subject will bo Tho Difficulties In tho Way RemovedRegular services at the Huitonvillo Baptist church Sunday Sept 19 Sun day School 10 A M Preaching service 11 A M and 730 r M Covenant and business meeting Saturday Sept 18 2 r M At tho 11 oclock service Sunday morning William Wigham and W IL Lair will be ordained as deacons the pastor W H F Jones and the dea cons of tho Hustonvillo church officiat ingsTho State Convention and Centennial of tho Christian church of Kentucky will be held in Lexington Ky in tho great Auditorium Sept 2024 Ono fea ture will be the mens demonstration on Bible School Day Sept 23 when 1600 men are expected to bo In line for the parade Charles Rugin JScovillc tho evangelist will speak on How to Win Men E 0 Excel will sing assist ed by 100 trained voices two pianos and an organ Friday Sept 24 Is Centen nial Day and there will bo n memorial service in the Lexington cemetery and an address by George H Combs of Kansas City followed by a barbecue at Gratz Park W Rev T W Barker who has been pastor of the Methodist church at this place for tho past two years preached his farewell sermon to his congregation last Sunday His subject was from 2nd Cor 1311 Finally Brethren Farewell Etc It is not Mr Barkers intention to return to Stanford after his present term of work expires tho he docs not know where conference will send him to work Mr Barker has made many friends hero during his stay and all wish him Godspeed in the fu ture Since his installation here he has organized two Epworth Leagues and taught A large Bible Class in tho Sun day school which has grown steadily The church Is in good condition and Mr Barker Is quite proud of his work since he has been hero IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Caldwell College has let a contractor a big gymnasium I At Richmond while drying tobacco a barn containing five acres of tobacco belonging to Mason Dunn was destroy ed by fire No Insurance At Sunny Brook Wayno county while returning from church James and Charles Catron brothers and Reu ben Bertram all young men and un married became engaged in n tight and Bertram was stabbed in tho heart J Wheeldon of Eubanks has lost a large per cent of his tobacco crop this tall by overcrowding it in tho barn It Is called barn fired or house burned tobacco and inexperienced tobacco growers can not watch about this too carefully Somerset Journal Charging that Deputy Marshal Rob ert Ramsey an officer of the United States District Court had held unlaw ful conversation with certain members of the jury before a verdict had been returned Judge Charles A Moore of the defense in the recent serial of Brecso and Dickerson for alleged con spiracy to defraud the defunct First National Bank of Asheville N C of which they were officers created a eon sation nt Asheville when Judge New man opened court to hear argument on a motion in arrest of judgment and Cora now trial in the cases of the convict ed men Judge Newman denied n new trial and the cases will go to tho court I of appeals Go With A Rush Tho demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kldnoy cure Dr Kings Ndw Lifo PillsIs astounding Pennys Drug Store people say they never saw the like Its because thoy never fall to euro sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Biliousness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 2oc Tho British steamer Port Caroline from Capo Town August 24 has arriv ed at Adelaide The vessel was about a week overdue and this gave rise to the belief that she might have picked up the missing British steamer Wara tah but tho Port Caroline reports that she did not sight that vessel A tickling ordrytJough can bo quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothlug unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store- Kentucky Fair Dates I Kentucky State Louisville Sept 136 days S NEWS NOTES Ten acres of land in Shelby county sold at 200 per acre The walls of the lock of the Panama canal at Gatun will be reenforced with 7000 tons of rails Mrs Perry Rice who was frightfully burned at Paris last Saturday is dead from her Injuries Charles Follen McKim architect and partner of the late Stanford White died suddenly at St James L I George B Colton who will succeed Regis If Post as Governor of Porto Rico will assume his office November 1 Alva the 18yearold son of J R Hardin a merchant of Fnriaton is dead from the effects of a carbuncle on his headTho frozen bodies of three German tourists and a Swiss guide who lost their lives during a recent snowstorm on the Jungfrau were found deadat the foot of a glacier below the moun tainsJohn W Castles president of the UnionTrust Company of New York committed suicide in the Grand Union Hotel in that city by cutting his throat with a razor Mr Castles was Buffer ing from a nervous breakdown- A unique lawsuit is on trial before a jury of inquest in Bedford county Tenn In which Nathan Hatchctt is seeking to have a guardian appointed for his mother who is 99 years old Nathan her youngest child is 79 years oldTwo hundred dollars a ton for broomI corn is now predicted by men trade At Arcola III farmers have refused 170 for corn in the field The price Tuesday was 100 Buyers are frantic while the farmers are standing pat Samuel G Hatch of Chicago was elected president of tho American As sociation of General Passenger and Ticket Agents at Toledo Col Samuel Moody of Pitta burg was chosen vice president and C M Rust of Boston secretary Judge Robert S Lovett was elected chairman of the executive committee of tho Union Pacific Railroad Co to succeed Mr Harriman Wm Rocke feller and Jacob H SchlfT wero chosen directors Tho question of electing a president was not discussed Jackson Smith of Knoxville former ly member of the Panama Canal Com mission has been appointed vice presi dent and manager of the Oregon Trunk Line This ii a new railroad now under construction in Central Oregon It Is being built by the James J 11111 inter cats Eighteen thousand persons were pres ent Wednesday at the Kentucky State Fair It was Southern Indiana Louis villo and CourierJournal day and La1 her night The Mayors of the three Falls Cities were in attendance during tho afternoon Yesterday was Ken tucky day At Barbourville a personal controversy between Caleb Powers and M G II ignite a republican politician resulted in Hfgnito swearing out a warrant against Powers charging him with assault by the use of threatening lon guage Powers was tried in tho police court and acquitted President Reynolds in his annual ad dress to the American Bankers Association advocated the establishment of n central bank with a capital of not less than 100000000 James J 11111 addressed the convention and warned there that the United States may soon cease to be an exporter of foodstuffs owing ta arless farming and tho rush of country people to cities Mattew Henson Commander of the Negro bodyguard related his experience of what ho saw at tho North Polo with Peary to newspaper correspondents In addition to himself and Commander Peary he declared four Eskimos were at the pole Ho gave a vivid descrip tion of the flagraisings and other in cidents that impressed him nt the earths top including the making of tea on tho alcohol stove and taking of observationsTho earnings of tho railroads of the United Sthtes for tho year end ing Juno 30 1909 wero 2437385841 according to the figures compiled by the Bureau of Railway News and Statistics from the monthly reports of tho Inter state Commerce Commission Tho operating expenses were 1611927766 taxes 88961475 and net operating income 736496600 The figures for the year ending Juno 30 1908 wero gross earnings 2424640637 operating ex penses 1695101878 taxes 83860 516 and net operating income 645 678 243 It Is the weak nerves that are cry ing out for help Then help them dont drug tho stomach br stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize those weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Dreg Store HIGHLAND 0 G Speaks will move his mill to near Eubanks this week Quite a lot of tobacco had been hous ed during tho past week John Hutchison has started his Sorghum mill Craig Bough Is putting up a large barn Pedro Green has employ ed John R Carrier of Eubanks to run his blacksmith shop while he attends to his store Quite a number of the young people met at the homo Mrs E G Bough Co partake of an ice cream supper given In honor of Sam Baughs 21st birthday Ho was considerably surprised on find a nice gold watch under his plate a present from his father Rev John Jenkins formerly of this county but now of Now Albany Ind is here with friends He preached at the Christian church Sunday night Rev Elbert E Young preached Sunday night at the Methodist church at tho usual hour Rev Jonathan David Haggard will preach at the Mcthoj dist church next Sunday nfgftt which will wind up his work for this conference year A minister cramI West Virginia is expected to be present evIcryMisses Nettle and Gladys Clark of Locust Grove were guests of Miss Fannlo Young Saturday and Sunday I Mrs Florence Terry and baby are vis iting her mother Mrs Julia Stelyer of Louisville was the guest of tho Miss j es Meier Rev Elbert E Young and wife who were married recently in Owsley county spent a few days with tho parents of tho groom Mr and Mrs C M Young John H Young after an absence of eight months in Barbour ville and Muhlcnburg and McLean coun ties is at home again with his parents Misses Fanny Hatficld and Sallie Faulk ner have entered Berea College Misses Grace Young and Annie Butt have en tered school at Stanford BRODHEAD Several new pupils entered the grad ed school here Monday Mrs Fred Hahn of the Freedom neighborhood continues very low with little chance for recovery I Mrs Mary Albright and son Richard are visiting relatives in and near Mid dleburg this week Dr Gravely con tinues to improve his home He is now having a second story put upon the main part of the building Considerable sickness in and around Brodhcad several cases of fever but none serious Aunt Sarah Padgett of tho Sayers section hurt herself by lifting a heavy piece of timber a few days ago and is suffering great deal A little child of Charles Spoonamore was buried in the Maretburg cemetery Wed nesdayThe next session of the Rockcastle Association of United Baptists will be held with the Sinking Valley church near Cress postoffie in the southern part of the county on Tuesday after tho first Saturday in September 1910 officers elected for ensuing year as follows A E Albright moderator J J Painter clerk Mrs Lucy E Woodall president Sunday School convention W H Owens clerk R L Smith Ed Woodall and John Hilton executive board HurryyCall Quick Mr Druggist Quick Abox of Bucklens Arnica Salve Heros a quarterFor the love of Moses hurry I Habys burned himself terribly John ale cut his foot with the axeMamios- scaldedIs cant walk from piles Bllllo has bolls and my corns ache She got it and soon cured all tho amt ly Its the greatest healer on earth Sold by Pennys Drug Store Tho Roosevelt riding test for tho offi cera of the army is a detriment to the service rather than an aid in increas ing its efficiency This in substance is tho severe criticism of the tests made by Gen Albert L Meyer commanding the Department of Texas in his annual report A New York jurythe charge of felonious assault against Mrs Mary Scott Castle who on Aug 3 shot William B Craig a Now York lawyer at tho WaldorfAstoria Tho grand jurys reasons wero not made public w Mlona Is guaranteed by G L Pen ny to cure indigestion t r money back Relieves distressed stomach belching or gas Etc in five minutes Large box 60c John Crance of St Joseph Mo a veteran Chicago Burlington and Quin cy railroad conductor has started a fund to erect a monument to E H Har- riman by a popular subscription of railroad employes of the United States women pulpsor any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drugstore 1 r 175Rounltlripto Louisville Sunday Sept 19 LOUISVILLE tC NASHVILLE n I- iSPECIPRL TRAIN Leaves Stnllordnt 740 A ar arrives Louisville 1045 Leaves Louisville 6 r n returning BASE BALL GAME LOUISVILLE vs MINNEAPOLIS TWO GAMES Beautiful Parks and River Rides E e J s RICE Agent L N R R t lmB THE SHOW OF SHOWS 6 BIG DAYS SNIGHTS 3000099 1909 I PREMIUMS 1 I W8NDAILYFREE ATTRACTIONSFIRE WORKS 25 GREAT SIDE SHOWS ON THE PASS 25 Here the finest live slock and the best farm products are assembled blind meets andsightQuarter eta MUllen Will Be Here COME RATESFOR ADDRESS J W NEWMAN Secretary i o II 320 Paul Jones Bldg Louisville Ky 1798 Trans ivania UrjiVtfsitil 1909 Continuing Kentucky University The College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College fur Women and the College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern equipment EuropeStandardizedD11111 L1 IiINew Science Building recently erected at a cost of 860006 Students now in attendance from 25 States and G foreign countries Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable ex penses Tho session begins Sept 13 1000 Write for catnlogu today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL I STOCK 50000rSURPLUS EARNED 2dCOO HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRobcrts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman tf D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- W B OBannon J S Hocker CE Tate H BaNORTHCOTT Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce Scrap Iron and Rubber 4l I JJiri V A NORTHCOTT Stanford The Interior Journal j Eo c WALTON 1 Democratic Ticket I For Circuit Judge M Co 8AUFLEY of Lincoln- ForCommonwealthe Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer ForBtatoHcnntor R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For Itepreientntlve W H SHANKS ForJOounty JUdge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney WSBURCH 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 OorJner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Mnglstrnte Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Conltabl stanford District I M BRUCE For JInglitrfttelCrab Orchard Dlitrlct J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Huatonvllle District JK HELMSR For Magistrate Waynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH JOE MAGEE Ii n candidate for Police Judge of Crab Or chard subject to the action of the demo cratlo party and asks your support CAPT WILLIAM HERNDM saini to be between the devil and the deep blue sea Two of the district chairmen want him to run on the republican ticket for circuit judge and two say him nay The captain has no say in the matter Up to the hour of going to press the ques tion had not been settled and it looks as if it will not be We are informed that Capt Herndon wants to run and wants to bad thinking probably that theres something of a charm in the third at tempt Well there is no harm in thinking captain WE believe there was more drunkenness in Stanford court day than there has been since the saloons were closed Didnt the city authorities give that notorious blind tiger operator Bill Lee to understand that he must leave Stanford o for good or pay the fines assessed against him 7 He was here Monday night Who sent for him 7 Either put him on the rock pile or make him obey the city judges order to keep away from Stanford for Stanfords good FEELING deeply indebted to Congressman Harvey Halm for the earnest ef forts he put forth to secure tho new government building the citizens of Danville have invited him to be present at the laying of the corner stone on Sept 22nd and to deliver an address Mr Helm has accepted the invitation and at the banquet his subject will be The City of Danville to THE editor of this paper wants to thank the Corner Stone Laying ComI mittee of Danville for an invitation toI attend its ceremonies in laying the cor ner stone of the Government Building on Sept 22nd No more cream of hops now lets stop the sale of whisky Who will start the goodworkl POLITICAL Secretary of the Interior Ballinger who is ill at his hotel in Washington denies that he has resigned or has any intention of doing so J L Harrison who made the raceI against Ira J Davidson for county clerk and was defeated by 22 votes in the recent republican primary in Lau rel county filed a notice of contest At a meeting of the Madison County Democratic Committee there being no other candidates Attorney L B Her rington was named by the Democratic party to succeed Hon J A Sullivan as Representative to the General Assem bly from that county Gov Glasscock of West Virginia has announced that he is In favor of an income tax amendment to the Fed eral Constitution and will use his his fluence to have the next State Legisla Itk ture ratify snch an amendment An extra session of the Legislature will be called this fall At a meeting of the Laurel county I i Republican committee for the purpose of counting the ballots in the contested I election case between John L Wells Republicantj a 22 majority Gov Johnson of Minnesota was tak en to St Marys Hospital at Rochester Minn to undergo an operation for ad hesion and hernia The Republican convention at Fran fort nominated George D Stehlin for Mayor Mr Stehlin was formerly a resident of Louisville President Taft began his journey West on his birthday anniversary The Presidents train is moving on slow schedule at his request Chicago was reached yesterday morning President Taft who has begun his Western trip addressed 2000 business men at a banquet in Boston Mr Taft made a strong plea against dectionall m and for a sound monetary system dur ing which he declared his approval of the central bank proposition Mr Taft did not touch on the tariff saying he was saving that for his Western au diencesThe eighth annlvery of the death of the late President McKinley was ob served quietly at Canton O A large wreath of carnations roses and lilies was placed in the McKinley mausolcI um by order of George B New York who sends this annual trib ute to the of the chief under sccretary1Many the mausoleum This and That English capitalists purchased the San ta Gertrudis silver mine one of the largest producers in Mexico The price paid was 9000000 I Postmaster General Hitchcock has signed an order increasing the fee for the registeration of mail from eight to ten cents after November 1 The directors of the Reading Compa ay declared the regular semiannual dividend of 2 per cent on the second preferred stock The Federal grand jury which Is to investigate charges that the Holland American Steamship Company has accepted rebates from several railroads began its sessions in New York As the result of a headon collision on the Nashville Chattanooga and St Louis railway one mile west of Pegram Station Tenn eight men were killed one oeriously injured and 15 others more or less hurt Gov Johnson of Minnesota who was operated on at Minneapolis Wed nesday is considered in a critical condition It was found that the trouble from which the Governor had been suf fering was a deep abcess connected with the intestines MATRIMONIAL Joseph G Jenkins a widow of 44 and Mrs Belle Routen were married at Kings Mountain this week A G Coker a widower of 40 and Miss Cora Jenkins aged 17 were mar ried at J G Jenkins Wednesday Leo Taylor a widower of 42 and Mrs Mollie Reynolds a widow of the same age were married at tho court house Tuesday The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success to day demands health but Electrjo Bitters Is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kid ness bowels purifies and enriches the blood and tones and Invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters If weak rundown or sickly Only 50c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug StoreI ON Saturday Sept 11 at the Odd Fellows Hall at Crab Orchard Deputy E L Grubbs organized a camp am Woodmen of America The following officers were elected and the lodge will meet on the second and fourth Saturday nights in each month Consul J G Riddle Adviser E L Gooch Banker J M Collier Clerk H L Wells Escort T W Napier Watch man G S Saylor Sentry G J White Managers Gus Emil Gelszl J M McCarley Physician Dr Edmiston Camp Deputy H L Wells I The bravest are the tenderest So poets howl But now and then we buy ye ken A timid fowl The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventlcs will in a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe Try theml 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store After all a rich man has only three meals a day And no time to eat em HENRYt WA TTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No M PtA M will meet In stated communication on each nrst and T9Iford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlngton S- eeHarry Jacobs Denier In and Manufacturer ofI Marblo and Granlto Monu ImontsMarkers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn VIe and Settees onice and works Mo KInney Ky I JO PER CT REDUCTION C B PRU1T1Y Moroland Kentucky For 30 days In order to clean on Mat tings Druggets Carpets Hugs Etc Will Klvo 10 r cent reduction Hare some rnre burgnlnsIIncloseof framed your to buy a handsome mantle mirror Call and see them Choice selection of rockers Good line of beds metal and wood metal and wood folding beds cribs cots mattress springs counches Davenports chairs suit trunks extension tables centre tables medicine cabinets glass sash door to Call and see us Well EQupPld stbck of funetal supplies Service night or day G B PUUITT Moreland Ky POSTED strictlytorbislbunlingtubing passing on our place and will prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the low bliss Mattie Ifewei Jlelchenbach Bros TraYlorJllbun NunnelleyJJ E Bruce David Stevens John Oatnenlscb WuiOordler Ian lor M 1 Elmore OotllbOllck Fred llandorf 11 Thompson nM Anderson J F Mos r Mr and Mrs Ju 11 Kadi A Kllmsa Mrs NJ Horton JJ Elliott Mrs Geo Logan CordlerilerFather lieughnsanUriabMrs Margaret hooch Jacob Sander TraylorHamAmend Schaefer M Jllofinann- KT IJeazley A II Matheny OwsleyMH T Harrl It O Watkln- sJUHundley II 11 Crow Mrs Nannle n Good C K McClure Anderson Carr Anton Itonecker VonOruenlgnnT CarpenterVJohn H Lee n mvltrChristian Jacob Tom Ferrlll W W Pitman Fred Payk 1Ederheimer MAKE P S rxTRTooD Edcrhcimcr aitfor IIze i-t We are the people who furnish boys their wearing apparel We will show the most beautiful line of Boys Suits ever shown here Wait and see them t t d I s1 H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky Look Look Look Just received complete line of Fall and Winter Shoes for Men Women and Children in Patents Vicis Gun Metal Ox Blue and Box Calf More styles than over shown hero before Prices are always the lowest SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Sale Of Rot Otter Johnson Lee 7 7 DANVILLE KY SEPT 21 09 Golden Ferns Lad Golden Mon Plaisir Monas Glory Flying Fox prize winners Oonans Tormentor Sire of 53 Sire of 45 Idas Rioter of St Lambert Siro of 33 Contribute their blood to our offering of 50 head of JERSEYS The last bid gets Isabellos Golden Lad The grandest close living dlcen dnnt of his double grandsirc Golden Lad Bred exactly like Golden Ferns Lad His progeny is not surpassed by any Island Bull Solid Color Sure An ideal hull in type and prepotence Ho can improve any herd Our Catalogue and Col D L Perry will tell the rest A M trains from Cincinnati Louisville Chattanooga and Knoxvillo arrive in time P w leave after sale Stanford Garage Machine Go INCORPORATEDf AUTOMOBILESFEED IGASOLINE ENGINES t CRUSHERSFARM IMPLEMENTS AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT f s Stein Co MAKIRI the worlds 8zS EtaEagEErerEaaaIEt3 BitG L Penny R H Coffey K It Coleman m FOR nOT WEATHER MELD m t tT1Y OUR CO Talcum Powders SpengescBath Brushes SI mm 1 OUr Ice Cold Soda Water with Jersey Cream f COandFinis Fruit Flavors n tpStanford Kentucky STORE m W If you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by eT PENCE STANFORD tfY iu ELc The Coffee with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For the next OO clays N- wetvill give M jtHT J1 f iFive Pounds Coffey at 35o 81 76w G ij1 Nickel Dip ficr t 83 25 e For thirty days you save 81 2IrGIVE IT A TRIAL c If it GEORGE He FARRIS Stanford t NEW DRESS GOODSJ New Fall weaves and shades In Fall Drew Goods just in I t New Trimmings We havo tho newest trimmings to match the new drew goods New Ginghams Tho new Ginghams aro very pretty and come in tho rich Fall shades r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY itThe Interior Journal STANFORD KY SKIT 17 1900 I SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar we will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only 5 cents straight Pennys Drue Store I J II OTTER bin Lbultvlllo MRS JAMES F HOLDAM Is at Crab OrchardHARRY DILUON of London was here yesterdayR went to Louisville i Wednesday MRS J F CUMMINS has returned from Wllmoro L P NUNNELLEY Is at tho State fair at Louisville MRS W K WARNER spent Bever days at Lancaster MRS HARRIS CRAIG of Danville Is with Mrs T J Hill- S GOLDSTEIN and daughter Miss Mollle are in LouIsville Miss ALLIS YANTIS of Lancaster is with Miss Deilio Yantist LUTHER TUDOR has gone on a pros peeling trip to New Mexico f CAPT It K GENTRY of Frankfort is with his family for a few days I ATTORNEY SAM LEWIS of Mt Vcr Inon was here Tuesday on business MRS L A PETTUS of Somerset is with Mr and Mrs James F Cummins Miss ANNA CHANCELLOR is vlsltin her sister Mrs M E Pruitt at Hum side MRS J C COLYER and ulster Miss Miranda White spent several days at Mt Vernon MRS CATHERINE iJcCLARY who has had diphtheria is able to up we are glad to say MR E D KENNEDY will leave next week for Cleveland 0 where ho has good position REV Jos SEVERANCE brought bf Will Severances auto up from Fran fort Tuesday MR M S BAUOIIMAN and little ion Morgan Smith Jr went down to the State Fair yesterday BROOKS BARKER has gone to Winchester to take a position in tho Win Drug Cos store 4cheater MATTIB LEE HUDRLE and f7 Lucllo Enbanks have matriculated at Hamilton College Lexington MESSRS W 11 HiGGINS W B M 0 Kinney E T Pence Logan 0 are at tho State Fair this week MRS E T PENCE ant littlo son Lynn and Mesdames Harry 11111 and S D Bartlett are at tho State Fair MRS N A TYREE of Bowling Green Is hero with friends who aro delighted to havo her with them MR AND MRS D A BARNETT an Miss Blrdlo Killion of Lexington aro visiting Mr and Mrs W F Dishon MR AND MRS J 11 BAUGIIUAN a the guests of Mr and Mrs Humo Lo Can In Louisville during tho State Fair MRS SAM SCOONAMORE and daughter and James McKechnlo and wife of Hubble are attending the State Fair MESDAMES JAKE McCiioiio and Claude Walton of Richmond ape rat several days with tho family of Sheri T J 11111 MR STANLEY MclNTOSii tho efficient and clover cashier of the Waynesburg t Deposit Bank Is visiting his sister at Indianapolis i MRS CARRIE TAYLOR of Owenton an experienced trimmer has arrived to i assist Miss Ella May Saunders in her millinery store Miss ROSE MCCORMACK and Joe Will Rout and Janyjfl H Yowell attended the Daniel Boone engagement hero1 Wednesday night The latter accompanied Miss Sue Taylor Engleman o f this place EDITOR ED WALTON of tho Stanford Journal one of the brightest newspa per men in Kentucky was here Friday looking after the interests of his Lin coln county constituents who were suc cessful in showing stock at the fair Bourbon News MR F M WARE of McKinney was in town Sunday and Monday on bust ness S T Powel of HustonvillOjWho had several flno horses hero at tho fair was in town again Saturday en routo borne from the Monticello fnlrSom erset Journal MR JAS I WHITE and family and his son In law Mr John Colyer and- y wife will leave Sept 21st for Tucson Ariz to make their future home Mr f Whites sister Mrs Mack Wheat of Tucson who has been visiting relatives here will return with them DR Gv G PERRY a ttcndod tho State Fair Mu W K SIIUOARS wife and ac are In Louisville MRS WILLIAM LAND is In Louisville attending the State fair J T EMRRY and R II Coffey lire Louisville at the State Fair PROP JAMBS C CHEEK of Fulton spent several days hero with friends MRS LoOAN It HUGHES is visiting Mrs E T Carter at Evansville Ind MESSRS W 0 WALKER Hays ter and Leo Itupley are attending t Stnto fair- MESSRS J C MCCLARY P W Whlpp M S Baughman and son Morgan Smith are at tho State fair MR J M MCCARTY wife and eo and Miss Ella Leach attended tho reunion at Kingsville yesterday- E E SNYDER one of tho elevates alof tho L N superintendents passed through here Tuesday In his private car MESSRS JOHN CHERRY of Brodhcad and Dan Griffin of Sopors who are at Joseph Price Infirmary are both improving JUDGE W A TRinnLB went to Louis hville yesterday to bring lib wife home who has been ill at St Josephs Inflr ary but is convalescent THERE arrived at tho home of Mr and Thomas II Eads n little boy to bless their home Ho has been tho name of lira great grand farher J seph Davis Eads LOCALS I RINK tonight S TODACCO men read W II HIggins advertisement I PURE cannel coal at J H BaughmanI SCoe Try a load MILLINERY opening Friday Septa 17th Your patronage solicited Mies VanDeveer JkR now using crutches a EXPERT workman on gasoline engines can be secured by application to the Stanford Garage Machine Co WATCH for Buster Brown and his dog Tige They aro coming Cum- mins 8 tYearcn- WANTEDA good respectable whit gc wages Mrs K Lutes Turncrsvlllc Ky FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tago garden barn lot and barn on gan avenue Price and terms to t purchaser Cicero Reynolds taedt and merchants claims against Lincoln CountyBCUTTING AT FORKAt South Fork tho other night Dock Padgett cut II Lucas several times very badly I is said Lucas ia in bad shape from the wounds inflicted localff ity to represent us Experience unnec cssary 110 month and expenses Writo for particulars Monarch Cigar Co St Louis Mo ON application of Judgo J S Owsloy Gov Willson has offered a reward ofI 200 for tho arrest and conviction o the man or men who killed James En gleman at Kings Mountain TUB friends of Councilman Ed Wilk inson aro urging him to become a canI didate for mayor of Stanford Mr Wilkinson has the matter under consid oration and will mako his decision in a few days AT Wolltown over the Boyle lino in Casey county two unknown persons a called Rufus Maynard a prominent far mer to his front gate and after beat ing him unmercifully pulled his ears al most off and tore his nose from his face Excitement Is high in tho locality and Sheriff Wells and posso aro working on a chow TUB mangled body of Eugcno Webb of Danville was found near Faulconer Station three miles north of Danville a on the Queen Crescent Railroad of How Webb came to his death is not known but it is supposed that ho wad wasalt1painter wife and three children r It Is Your Move Wo have been hunting around for the last Cl days getting together a magnificent stock of Cloaks Suite Skirts Underwear Blankets Carpet Etc Wo want you to tome in mid look them over andeee how reasonable the prices Wo have confidence in tIle quality of our goods and knowing the prices low we therefore take pleasure in showing them SEE those school shoes at Cummf Wearens nBE present at the rink tonight and enjoy yourself LET mo insure your T amand tobac Inco W A Tribble Stanford LOOK atglovesWhi Higgins for curing tobacco in your barns FOR SALEA lot of tobacco sUcks Felix White Stanford Phone 64 hotinge FRIDAY pnd Saturday Sept 17 an 18 will havo on display Fall and Win ter millinery Misses Straub unP my open ins tho last of month Watch for date Miss Ella May Saunders I WILL theb each Saturday to collect tho taxes for the Crab Orc I ard Graded School Penalty goes on Oct 1 George W Bronaugh IPARTIES wishing to buy mule colta or any kind of stock will do well to attend the stock sales and stock show at Jones Park Yosemite Saturday Sept 18 mFoa RENTMy of acres i the Walnut Flat section 50 acres to corn 13 wheat 70 meadow balance for pasture Mrs Mary E Logan Stan trford Ky ONLY four people pooled their tobac co hero Monday after tho speech of Prof J D Clark of Lexington Wha- is the matter with the tobacco growers of Lincoln county T I HAVE promised mandeputyehi- In tho event I am elected sheriff of Lin coin county I will name my deputies after Nov 2 S J Bell republican nominee for sheriff sFALL and Wintersamples now ready for inspection If you want a hand some suit or overcoat let 11 C Rupley tho practical tailor take your order Fit and satisfaction guaranteed Gasoline Engines Wilder Strong whirlwind feed cutters and blowers Lightning crushers and grinders Line shafting pulleys and hang ers belting gas engine oil etc Stanford Garage Co PARTIES wishing to see a great dis play of field and garden products and willJat Jones Park Yosemite Saturday- S L1 enI0 gine and two mounted saw mills log wagons etc All in good condition Call on or address 0 W Potts Rich mond Ky- LAMP SnOT OurMAt the Kings Mountain depot the other night the lamp on the table where tho night agent was at work was shot out by some un known person This is the same plat- t where Agent James Engleman was as sassinated a fow weeks ago TUB Lincoln County Board of Elec Lion Commissioners composed of Chair man T J Hill Sr S T Harris Dr R L Davlson met Wednesday an organized by selecting S T Harris secretary Tho board will meet nex Monday to select the officers for the coming November election rBAROAtNJ5I acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 86x96 ico house buggy house two corn cribs etc tw good cisterns tho wholo farm beiq well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a wholo or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit purchaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom laud as there is in the county This Is bargain See L R Hughes Stan ford Ky No MORE CREAM OF HOlSJ W Acey was tried Wednesday on the charge of selling a decoction of beer known as Cream of Hops The jury t was divided and there was no verdict Mr Acey and the others Who handle it were requested to stop the solo of whatI over the stuff Is The city council put u license of 300 on the salo of Cream Hops There was a great deal of runkennesa hero Monday and several fellows wero fined for taking on much They claimed they had been el Cream of Hops and this broughtaboutthe trial of one of the soft drink houses 1s1DUSTER DROWN II childrens shoes Cummins Wearen PuoNe No 188 qouwant tin ring and plumbing done W K War net THERE wjll be a big rink at Waltons Opera House tonight Como and bring your best girl A TWOMONTHSOLD r child of JO Baker of Livingston rolled off a hf porch and was killed coredla it will not break at the waist s Mils Ella May Saunders THE Daniel Boons Co gave a performance to a good house Wedn diy night The company is a ono and is deserving of the good p tronage it is receiving STOCK YARDSAT and J R Nunnelley are converting their t big stables on Macksvillo street stock yards which will be ready for occupants by next court day MILLINERY OPEN a Wowill ha our Fall and Winter millinery opens on Wednesday and Thursday Sept 2- 2rand 23 Everybody cordially invited Cora Lipps and sister Huston villaOPENINGMrs GeorgeW Gentry will have her opening oQ millinery at her store on Depot street Saturday- t 18th The public Is cordially invited to noscounter CafesPor school superintendent by Caleb is we are informed desirous of eccu- ing tho nomination for county judg Wo are waiting patiently to see what the bosses will do in the premiere SCHOOL begun thenew school house at Moreland Monday last and pupils had been enrolled up to Wedne- day The teachers patrons and pupils with to thank through your paper Mr Georgo Hunn our trustee and Mr My en and all others who helped get t soloed house ready for use E Grubbs is principal and Miss Nellie El lis is assistant CARPENTERHOUSEBURNED The Car penter House which partially burned a year or more ago was completely d stroyed by lire about 230 Wednesda- morning How it originated may never bo known but the supposition Is that it was accidentally burned It was o of the oldest buildings in town nod about the most unsightly While re stetting any loss it may cost the own ers the Misses Carpenter few will re gret the eye sore isno more The house was not occupied and there we no insurance on it Mr W A Carson who lives just back of tho hotel lost about 550 I eTo Whom It May Concern will npply to the Kentucky Board of sessionFrnuktortbar irov to bu paroled PAtTUCNKlt KENNEDY Sept H mD ofdRttBESOCKCKg Longp and DlscountM ly9W m Ovttrdraft8ecured nnd unsecured 10X2 49 U H Bond to secure circulation 12KOOO Banking housefurnlturennd fix tureM 000 ro Duo from Nntlonnlliankinotros- erve agents 473 Duo from Btntu nnd Private Rnnki Companiesg SM 35 Due from approved rescrvu agent 38fsa8 Checks and other cash Items S20 4i Note of other National Banks 406 00 1rnctlonnl paper currency nick elsnnd cents 144 Pi Lawful Money Reserve In Hunk viz Hpecle il8re4 00 gnltender notes 670 00 181414 00 Redemption fund with US Trend urerapercontofcirculation eS 00 OOU4 V i LIABILITIES IHurpluprollts expenses ENutlonnlllnnk JDutand bankers deposits subject chuck 19Y990- 0ertified l checks Notes and bills redlscounted txOiais 91- Rtata Jof Kentucky County of Lincoln iSl rI W Mocker of the ubove mtned leant do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl nnd belief J W HoCKEit Cashier HublcrlbedamlworntobeoremlthlJltbdyof commission expires Correct AUII Edward Alctdn J w Powell nnd WOCownn Directors r t r NEW PERCALES You will want to get busy sewing when you see the new patterns in per calec Merrimac Suiting 1 Is a new Fall Wish Fabric and comes in a nice range of patterns andcol ore at lOc yard 1 1 Ronbaix Suiting Jr Is also a new 1009 production in wash goods It resembles the woolen goods very much Price 15c I pERSONALS L R Hughes T W Humble W O nrUuI LESS THAN I BhThis is no dream but a stern reality Wo have a few Ox in Tans Vicie Patents Oxbloods Etc in this sea eons goods Latest styles etc They must go regardless of cost 25ne3 00 Oxford 2 2 50 Oxford J 75 50terEtc eOurFall goods are beginning to come in andwe 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 toseeus and wo will convince you that we mean business Dont forget that we are still offering Summer goods at tremendous cuts COragDry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY The Dixon To Savere93This Stove is what tobacco men use in their barns The tobacco will taro brighter and sell for more money You can begin stripping sooner You can put J to in your barns LeCall and see themI 1 9YStanford Kentucky l R aIA RRPaRP1pRl1 k 1sRtV1l PPPIR1e111 1PRIR11 exaaavvavvvrr04e1 r4wav4444w+vvvw+4 i MONEY IN THE BANK- s 8 Other people are living comfortably Why should not you 24Ynvays ready for use you want it yet always Theq 2 12 will start a bank account YOU CAN DO IT TODAY 2 22ito lt Why How Because you have seen how easy It is to = start and you will find it still easier to continue by putting yro can spare la the Bank If your money comes to you allisums come to our bank and deposit It Oct a book 4checks and when you pay out your money use checks convenient Always know that you arc No danger of bills sticking togetherr ThlyareI from your hand and slipping through a crack iifoYllng and call our Bank Your Bank DEPOSIT BANK Waynesburg Ky 544444444449444444444144444441I444444444444444444- w Hr Ii I t the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanton Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4Oooooq Resources 34000000 H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER JBPAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLER- KDIREOTOR8r B Owsloy Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran c kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek r iiAI The Interior Journal A I Xnleredinth Pot Oftce at Stanford oil I fondclan natter L SN TImE TRBLE Not south llM v vf No S3 South 1108 A K 1 No 21 North 4tW A x NoMNortheaz r x No 77 1047 AM No WJsW f X JOS S RICE Agent AS PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY i Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I I r The form of ItO ncr i of good blue grave land lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good ot water fruit Also US acres of timbered land one mite JOlt ot McKlnney halt under fence plenty of water nnd good tobacco land Hee grow ng cropr JA01VKNH Agent L McKlnney When Ordering Clothes ttt Have your measure token b n tailor of ox E perience Then your clotbowhetheralow- q price business suit or tho finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and tit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also toke your mea ure for extra trousers fancy vests top and overcoats Hprlug and Summer Viicoats on hand ready lor your Inspectors H O KUPLBY The Tailor t CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on short specialty of wreaths purposesI above I hnvo c nil hand at reasonable OIiniBTMAN OIIEEN HOUSES Kn HuunAUD 1noii Htanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office M Insure with mo nUll be fully i protected t WODLHID- ESAKDFURS gGolden 1 are Dealers and can do better foryou merchantReference shippingM SAEL SONS C fASUtMKO IM tea 22aEMirietS LOUISVILLE KY INSURANCE RBMAHONY- Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farrr Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado Life Live Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount i JLBeazleyCo wanacr + ssexatlnde- ttakers and Embalmer Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRuga Thoy l willexchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary flUndertaker Embalmer and Dealer Harness8addlerp iiI STANFORD KY I OsBooPhone 187 Homelhoners r U Y pARJlERSDEPARTlI1tNT I Winter seed bate for sale W D Hanson Moreland 4t T H Gooch sold to Sam McKUtrlck a suckling colt for 90 v John Fogarty bought of Mrs Bridget Fox her 42acre farm at 100 Fifty or CO stock hogs forsalo Cou ter McCormack MIddleburg Twenty 1000 pound cattle for sale L P Nunnelley Lancaster R F D S J Bell sold to B D lloltzclaw a lot of lambs at 4c also two cows for 55 We have 35 or 40 No1 feeding hogs for sale at once Lutes Co Huston yule Ky Lost black Jersey milk cow only one horn about 1J inches long J B Ford Stanford It J S Murphy of McKinney has 600 or 700 bushels of New Columbia seed wheat for sale R S Scudder took 24 blue ties and nine reds at the Monticello fair with his excellent string of horses Mrs Mack Wheat of Tucson Ariz sold her farm of 65 acres in the Preacher ville section to W W Warren at 5125Parties wishing to sell mule colts or any kind of stock wlll do well to have them at Jones Park Yosemite Satur day Sept 18 FOR SALEAbout 50 tons of good timothy bay in stack will have baled as soon as can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky R F D No 1 An aged yellow Jersey cow free milker but with one blind teat left my place Tuesday Aug 3 Please notify N W Fowle Rowland Ky At the sale of James I White and J C Colyer the other day one pair of mules brought 397 and another pair 2SO Household goods and other things sold well- CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of fine pasture 2i miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle at The per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 10 Crit C Smith showed us a stalk of corn while at McKinney the other day which measured 10 feet to the first eat and lli to the second He got the set d from Sam Helm and it is of the big yel low variety- At the State Fair Louisville Tues day J H Baughman of this place won five first ties four second and three thirds which speaks well for his splen did string of mules he is showing at the big fair W H Murphy sold to a Madison county man the 1903 season of his fine mare Lady Dare who In turn sold the cslt to R C Moss for 400 The colt is by Rex Ptsavine Mr Murphy has sold the season of the mare for three more years at 250 Harris Woods have shown their fine mules at seven fairs this season in 64 rings winning 48 blue ties and 22 reds They have been up against the best mules in Kentucky and feel justly proud over the splendid victories achlev ed Lincoln county now is considered- one of the banner mule homes and our people are delighted at the progress it is making in that stock line President aswritten a letter I to Secretary Ballinger of the Interior Department exonerating him from the charges made by Chief L R Glavis of the Field Division of the General Land Office The letter gives the Secretary I authority to dismiss Glavis Itching Skin Diseases t Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid I lot external use Zemo gives instant relief andpermanently cures any form I yf Itching Skin or disease All Druggists Write for sample E W 3x sc Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUGSTORE The Truth Every person in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Pimples Dand ruS or any form of skin or scalp dis ease can find relief and be permanents ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists icll ZEMC PENNYS DRUG STORE r l7rfbt 1909 by Hin Sthiffott U MaraIThe first of the Season iu clothes is like tho first of else if its good its opt to IMS a ourco of moro hum usual atisfittion Iwcnuso ifs first man who goes out of this store wearing ono of our new suits or one of our find overcoats for Fall is euro to get n lot of tloasuro in it ho will look better dressed than the men mound him holl have a distinction in style and fashion thats quite unusual Schaffner 8 Marx t4 at have for us some of the most stunning creations wo have over had to offer our trade Tho now grays and blues In suit fabric mire oxo+ptiuHaf lya attractive many patterns in the wtavc from plain colors in worsted and verges to checks plaid Stripes and other pattern woavos and raincoats too are in m n pleasing colors and weaves Youd bettor be one of the first in thorn This store is the n of Hart ScaffnOr tt MarxI20 to 35 to CUMMINS S WEAKEN Stanford Kentucky STOP HEADACHE Hy having your eyes properly fitted with limo JK Hill Knit Shin Ht Htnnford your needs sal guarantee satisfaction He olIO onrrla In took Kdlson phonograph and the lohIrecords which you can buy for cob monthly installments llIll and lilt us tlllk I the mutter over EYES TESTED FlUli of Merchandisel for I desIre to sell privately my took ot Oro- cerltll and Hardware Uoln a gent bush ness Will Invoice about JJSUO lUnson 111 healthOEO D IOPPERStanfordKy I FARMS FOR SALE 1 I 1 wish to sell privately my farm of 62 acres lot Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four mile I from McKlnney lies on It good 10rooin dwelllnl good cellar spring bouw line water etc land Sa In high state olcul tlvntlon Also have four other small farms for sale All well Improved Terms satis factoryDOHIIILKStanford Ky II F 11 No 8 MILL FOR 1 Owing to Itl health and wanting to be away from homo some this summer I have decided to rent my upto date lllx Rivet trotter Mills driven l y water and steam power Uood location Mill In tlrstclass conditionW HTltAYLOIt R K Po1 Htiinfonl Ky I At Auction I I lluo county court day the erty on Avenue Htn ford occupied by W U WUhors lies n I good and outbuildings are in good shape Splendid cistern and big garden Iocntlon 11nt class and In lino neighborhood Will sell In front of the old court house at 130 Monday afternoon Sept 18 low Mrs Hugh Held K D Pen nlngtun Miss Mary Punntngton Stanford Ky The State University Lexington Ky The Slate University Lexington Ky of furs tho following courses namely Agricul tural Mechanical EngI neeringCivil Uugl Klcctrlcnl Engineering Mlning- ngneeringUlnsslcnlandeaven courses I och over tout and lends to u Ilnchelors degree also n Department of Law and a Department of Education last tins bees established Instead of the Normal School Persons who enter tills department for advanced work In pedagogy are granted u llach clorV degree subject when coi plot ed Tho Academy for preparatory Instruc lion U retained V County appointees receive free tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories light traveling expenses If they remain 10 consecutive wont luorono colleg onr and museum are largo well equipped comprehensive nnd modern Military Hclence Is fully provided for us rev quired by Congress graduates in the several courses of study readily 1111 1 employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for last year was 110j8 Each de rttnenthas specialist nt head with the necessary number of usslitnnts Young women fled nn excellent home with ward and lodging In Patterson Hall which Is well equipped wl the modern conveniences hall for physical culture at Iper week All courses ot study In tho University are open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to males The completion of the Agricultural Mln log Engineering Laboratory and Educa lien nmple and commod ious quarter for these departments which are rapidly Increasing In the number of ma triculatesForcataloguemethods of obtaining np polntments regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAM KlATTKKHoy Ph D LL n Pros or to PO FHA KK Huslness Agent Fall Term Sept 909- Two IISaleOne containing S8 acres good fl room dwelling stock barn and oulbiflkllncs nil under good fence and every field well watered l nor in young ordinal yimrs old IS nOrM In In good state of cultivation rnlitd ixpoundlobneeocud 16 butheU wheat tor non on It lint year Price f O second tract of UW aeres with Xroom tenant house A3 foot tolnecoo Inrn well watered flu acres under new tenet bal anon in line timber 16 nrrvi well Cleared line corn and tobacco land Price fIsle sit uated IImll South of Stanford on Homer set pike Tract No1 lion pike No X is 1 mile from pike on county road Address or seo we at Stanford Ky H U 1IKHUY Farm for Sale On Iianvlllo SW acres In Lincoln Ky tulle front More land Thiscount well Improved good well nnd cistern and abundance ol stock water furnished groan neverfalling springs Most ol farm In grass I desire to sell this farm in the next flO days together with till stock and crop the stock consisting of XI high bred H nil ages 10 brood innrei 4 registered 1 reglitered stnlllon 85 acres of corn i 15 or 3D stacks of hay farm ing Implements of every description I will- Ie the or 01 tbe tock and It J sell the arm without the stock I must sell not later than iu days m us to give me time to make n sale of my stock Also have 20odd mules from work mUlls down to cults You will have to see this farm to al pre clnte the location and the ninny advantage- of this swat Any from n distance Illll rIng o see farm can come to More land Lincoln county Ky on the Ciueen tCrescent route this farm being only about mile from station II n KINO Moreland Ky Dinwiddie Co 9 Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods PUBLK5SALE I Having sold anti I will sell to the I highest and bet bidder at my turn one half ntllu North ot S1coreary on the Inn caster and turnllkH on WKDNKHUAYHKPrK 1WO at 10 oclock A x the following porsruinl property Urns 6 year old family wee live ear old saddle mare 1 good famil- ymarevyenroldtbat lies proven to be u stare mule 1 two maru arnoldth orseYidpearlIng horses 1 suckling colt 8 work mules from two to three years otdYgood yesmr11ng Jacks 1 good six year old Jennet with Jack colt by her side 1 six year old Jonnet In lORI 1 three year old Jennet in foal X two year old Jon nets S Jersey cows mind 10110112 milk cows 1 dry cow o goal steers I Jersey bull KM barrels of new corn I Inir household surd kitchen furniture mind jars TKllMH all IlIm over lodollnrs the purchas er to give note with good securltysald note to be due January lit UIO nnd to bear In terest at the rate of six per cent por annum from maturity till paid and to bo negotia ble and pOY ble nt tho Oarrard lank A Trust Co of Lancaster Ky J AVHILL II Ir I 1 = First of the season Hart Schaffner Good Makers anything firstTho Hart produced Mitstripos SUITS THAT Stock RENT Home MondnyHept13 ThenbaratorJea Begins Huitonvllleplkeof Allentnsoflodollonorunder- cash Marx Clothes FOR SALE Sleek Dry toods Nottoits Orowrles Hardware Tinware Ac stoat ItVUU Do lag lair bntlnnt Liberal tetra O II II AKUIH rrab Orchard Ky I FOR SALE I allllgArnllblllifolio county A great opptifttinlly for man rttook will o1 JIJxtl Adiims M Jcnr Interior JourHnlMon ford NOTICE I desire to sell M noros of land on Crdar Creek three tittles Iruut Ora- lUrohardwncrelnoultlvattott iJind nut Improved but in splendid conditio- nMIsNAGAnruU V 110 I Stanford Ky NOTICE I We have moved our produce hide anti business from Jlyerf stable to our store recently purchased of Garland Hln gleton two door from iMMtonitv Wo still imy cash for all kinds ot country produce LAMDV HUIIIANAN rltanfonl Ky B df CARTER Now Llvorv Dopot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY J J BELDEN Kor House and Carriage 1nlntlng anti TrIm- mIng Paper Jlanglng Oun and Locksmith big Hhop oppoeiledepot J J liKiDKXHtnnford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING 10111 prepared lodoall kinds of surveylnp situ civil tIIIIIIIeerlnll promptly My work will be guaranteed and my prlcei are ren sonnble Write 1110 at ollllmll over the telephone through the llustonvlllo Kxchniige- WALrKI MOKINNKY FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE A Hue blue grass faun for sale situated on lko near Point Leavell and six miles south of Lancaster containing aw acres well locate in good neighborhood being part ot thuJohn Wllltr tract with II blllul somu now twostory seven ratnl residence thereon with nil newssary outbulldlnitsand goo isi eegthrough TJ1UIII cash In hand balance ono and twx years from day of sale ttearlng ulx per cent Interest until paid 1ersons looking for such place please write or see W O WALKKK Htanford REWARD Having suITirrd conslderablo annoyance and damage tram outlaws In breaking gate latches und tourIng down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs through m farm have concluded to offer u reward for Information lending to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give tho sun of FA for Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of sty party or parties that have broken the latches on nay of my AU teltor tint have sawed Uown or torn down any of my gates on the county road which run from the Hustonvllle turnpike to tho MllliMlgevlllo flvOthoto tho arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of the offenses AUKUlt119oo Farm for Rent foJ9lO Farm contains im OfN llrlek house ot T rootns barn rrllx and all ombHlMlBsji and nil iprlng ainen of bottom land inorenpwtwliialaacalu are aril UJonHmminc rights this Kail Would like to real before I4oIIt It Dull on- MR HAIIIK J 1KNXiNuruii It K H No lhtanlunl Ky The McKlnney Woolen Mills McKlnney Ky Is now In operation ami Is ready to servo Llneysliianket 11111tv Olt WUIOIlT Tror Small Farm For Sale I a I desire to sell privately my farm ot 87 n1111 Lincoln county sewn miles from neighlwrhoodclwetoohurohrural ttductlvekfernsvation all under good fence iToinlortablo house of six room now lawn nnd nil other outbuildings AbundsrMoffine water and fruit of nil kinds JT MVINnHTHX It K It No 1Stattfu- nlKyCONCRETING We are to do nil kinds of con suchouting nt Illovk Work 1avements and In tact we can snake any thing from r house down ton fence post We can servo you promptly and ouarnnlco llrtclan prleeibefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE My line moo bluegrass farm 851 millWest of one mill from nnd Unrpenters Htntlon consisting ofPS litres of rich blmarass hemp or tobacco equallyDWELLING HOUSE on Inch piece alto all necessary outbulld Ings Tint farm lays almost In a square only oneitiiRleln linen There ore Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two StablcsIone tenant house good water In every field six trntgs with three streams run ning through I whole tract J Stoole Carpenter ItuTONyinra KY EXECUTORS SALEI Of two house and lots In Jluitonvlllo Ky Matti111shopdecenscdIHustonvllln Kyut about tho hour of V oclock p x on- HATUIIUAY OOTX IfiW biddertimewhich testrntrlx owned at her death Ono otloInwhore the post otiteo is now pt The lot hits a frontage on Main street ot about bt toot and extends back about 111 feet and around to Danville Mreet on which U lass n frontage of nbout DO fuel The house Is ly stories contains B rooms and kitchen There is a good well on time lot The other lot fronts on the North side of Mnln street about 8S feet and extends lock about lid fret to a n alley It adjoins tho other lot anti Includes two storerooms Terms are holt oath balance It months credit on notes with good security bearing byIlanmaturlt to be then mtatlo EDWARD ALiO1tN Exor- t