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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 17, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909091701_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 17, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r The Interiof Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1909. NEWS NOTES. Ten acres of land sotd at $200 per ncre. The walls of thn lock of the Panama with canal at Gatun will be 7,000 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 tho lato Stanford White, died suddenly at St. 'James, L. I. Georgo B. Cotton, who will succeed Regis II. Post ns Governor of Porto Rico, will assume his offica November 1. son of J. R. Alvn, the Hardin, a merchant of Fariston, is dead from the effects of a carbuncle on his head. Tho frozen bodies of three German tourists and a Swiss guide, who lost their lives during a recent snowstorm on the Jungfrau, were found dead at the toot of a glacier below tho mounIn f OL. XXXVII. Reports About Rev. Coker Untrue. Point HaptlU church, near l Kings Mountain, Ky . Sept. 4, 1W. As Ilov. A. G. Coker, our jnstor, has been proven Innocent and set riuht tho church and for tho purpoio of BottlnR him right before tho world tho church nski that tho following bo pub (I'lr-aiano MO. 58. CHURCH MATTERS. HIGHLAND. county O. G. Speaks will move llhed In tho Intcmor Journal 21. ) Daiiney, Ky., Aug. 1JKW -- We. tho undersigned members of Eden Baptist church, certify that tho reports which aro being circulated on Ilro. Co. ker, lire not true In nny repcct, but that ho has conducted himself respectfully, as becometh n christian gentleman and Is worthy of nny church's confident, and that he is highly esteemed by our church for tho grand work he tin ilnnn nmonc us. And wo further gay thnt John Robins by whoso mouth such reports havo been circulated, Is not considered or recognfred ns a truthful or reliable man, and that bo is not nnd never was recognized by any or as n preacher. Signed: James Jenkins; W. II, Alexander, deacon; J. F. Waddle, deacon; W. H. Owens, deacon; S. S. Lovcll. deacon; A. F. Alexnnder; Mack Crockett; Logan Iteek: J. C. Edwards; E. W. Doolin, v Mnor! A. II. Hurcln. church dirk: nlso Eden church where Ilro. Co L..r hn, membership went on record . u church that the reports are fall i i.rt nnrticnlar. Done by order of 111 fchurch this Sept. 4, l'JOO. tho jAMF.a T. Hbow.v. church clerk. e, t vw-- OTTENHEIM. Cyrus James has been iiiti lck but Mrs. Jane Coleman Is is Improving. visiting at Rowland. John Harris had the miifortune to get two of hi toe mashed oil while working at trillion's saw mill. Iko Terry was In this section Friday. U. G. Hussell has moved to the Clarence Woods property on the pike Clarence Hoonc tells us of cutting n field of millet und when he fincutting in tho centerof the field ished tho shocks were so thick ho could not got the binder out. Joo, Lawson, who has been working in Bedford. Ind , Is at home ryirsing a crippled foot. Maurice l'lumintr has sold his tract of timber forSl.COO Several saw mill men have been watching this timber as it is exceptionally good Russell Pillion nnd W. G Matson were tho lucky men. BlMSSWSSllHiSBBMSlSSBlSlSBSSSSlSJSSSl Rev T. W. Ilarkor will preach at next Snnday at 3 P. M. There will bo the regular Sunday School session at tho Methodist church Sunday at 9:30 A. M. No preaching cither morning or night on account of S S Convention at Presbyterian church. The subject of Rev. W. S. Willis at tho Hustonvillc Christian church Sunday morning will bu "Thu Suro Way of Salvation." In tho evening his subject will be "Tho Dilllcultlei in tho Way Removed " Regular services at tho Hiistonvlllo Baptist church Sunday, Sept. 10. Sunday School 10 A. M. Preaching service 11 A. M , nnd 7:30 r. M. Covenant and business meeting Saturday, Sept. 18, 2 I. M At tho 11 o clock service Sunday morning Wlllinm Wigham and W. II. Lair will be ordained as deacons, the pastor, W. II. F. Jones, and tho deacons of tho Hustonvillc church officiat ing. Tho State Convention and Centennial of the Christian church of Kentucky, will be held in Lexington, Ky., In the great Auditorium Sept. One fea ture will be tho men's demonstration on Blblo School Day, Sept. 23, when 1,500 men aro expected to bo in line for the parade. Charles Rugin Jscoville, the evangelist, will speak on "How to Win Men " E, O. Excell will sing, assisted by 100 trained voices, two pianos and an organ. Friday, Sept. 21, is Centennial Day and thcro will bo n memorial service in tho Lexington cemetery and an address by Gcorgo II. Combs, of Kansas City, followed by a barbecue W. at Gratz Park. 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.. 13:11: "Finally Brethren Farewell, Etc." His no"t Mr. Barker's intention to return to Stanford after his present term of work expires, tho' lie does not know where conference will send him to work. Mr Barker has made many friends hero during his stay and nil wish him in the future. Since his Installation here he has orgnnized two Epworth Leagues nnd taught n large Bible Class in tho Sunday school, which has grown steadily. The church Is in good condition nnd Mr. Barker is quite proud of his work since he has been here. 20-2God-spee- d Shelby his mill to near Eubanks this week. Quite a lot of tobacco has been housed during tho past week. John Hutchison has started his sorIlounlTripto Louisville ghum mill. Craig Baugh Is putting up a large barn. Pedro Green has employed John R Carrier, of Eubanks, to run his blacksmith shop while he attends to his store. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE It. 15. Quito a number of tho young people met at the home Mrs. E. G. Baugh fo partake of an ico cream supper given in honor of Sam Baugh's 21st birthday. Ho was considerably surprised on find-- u nice gold watch under his plate, a Leaves Stanford at 7:10 A. m j nrrivci Louisville 10:15. present from his father. Leaves LnuUrillc 0 i M. returning. Rev. John Jenkins, formerly of this county, but now of New Albany, Ind., is here with friends. He preached at the Christian ,church Sunday night. Rev. Elbert E. Young preached Sunday LOUISVILLE v. MINNEAPOLIS night at the) Methodist church at the TWO GAMES. Rev. Jonathan David usual hour. Haggard will preach at the Mctho-- , dist church next Sunday morning and night, which will wind up his work for this conference year. A minister from West Virginia is expected to be present and take part in the services. Let ev- LH I. S. KICE, Agent L. it N. R. R. erybody como out and hear them. H Misses Nettie and Gladys Clark, of Locust Grove, wero guests of Miss Fannie Young Saturday and Sunday. : Mrs. Florence Terry and baby aro vis THE SHOW OF iting her mother. Mrs. Julia Stelyer, of Louisville, was the guest of tho Misses Meier. Rev. Elbert E. Young and wife, who wero married recently in Owsley county, spent a few days with . the parents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Young. John II. Young, after' an absence of eight months in Barbourville and Muhlenburg and McLean counties, is nt home ngain with his parents. Misses Fanny Hatfield andSallic FaulkHORSE SHOW ANDTHIPP0DR0ME IN PAVILION BUILOINU ner have entered Berea College. Misses DAILY RACES NATIELLO AND HIS BAND Grace Young and Annie Butt havo enFREE ATTRACTIONS tered school nt Stanford. FIRE WORKS vSunday, Sept. 19, SPECIAL TRAIN. BAvSE I BALL GAME tains. John W. Castles, president of the UnionTrust Company, of Now York, committed suicide In the Grand Union Hotel in that city by cutting his throat with a razor. Mr. Castles was suffer-in- g frorrf 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 old. Two hundred dollars a ton for broom corn is now predicted by men in the trade. At Areola, 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 the American Association of General Passenger and Ticket Agents nt Toledo. Col. Samuel Moody, of Pittsburg, was chosen vice president, nnd C. M. Bust, of Boston, I I Beautiful Parks and River Rides. I wmun SHOWS ,1909 6 BIGsTf30.000K GREAT. SIDE SHOWS ON JHE PASS COME. Nlpht On Bald Mountain. On n lnni.lv niifht Alex, llvnton of Fort Edwards, X. Y., cllmbvd Hald Mountain to tho homo of n neighbor, t on curing torturotl by Asthma, him with Dr Klng'n New Discovery, thut had cured himself of asthma. This wonderful medlrino oon relieved nndqulokly cured hW neighbor. Later It cur'l lil sou's wlfu of u severe lung troublo. Millions lieliovo its the greatest Throat and Lung euro on earth. Coughs, Colds, Ctoup, Hemorrhaged and Sore Lungs am surely cured by It. Best for Hny Fever, Grip nnd Whooping Copgh. Mc und 1. 1VUI bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's DrugStoto. Ix-n- William Logan Williams. As n part of their Centennial Celebration tho members of tho Christian church nro to hold memorial services throughout tho State on Sundny after noon. Sept. 2G, nt 3 q'clock nt Jhc craves of their pioneer preachers. Such n service will bo held on the 2Gth at 3 cemetery at V. m. in tho Hustonvillo tho grave of Eld. William Logan Williams. Rev. D. M. Wulkcr, of Stanford, will make tho address. Tho members and friends throughout tho county arc urged to bo present. Walter S. Wilus. T "Health ColTeo" is tho cleverest Imitation of reul colleo over yet made. Dr. Shoop created It from puru parched grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fluo In Iluvor U mado In jut ono inluuto. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free. Penny's Drug Store. Weak Kidneys Weak JtlAwrt. (only point to wwk kldnty tfenres. The Kldntji. 111. Uwyirt. and the 6tomch. find their weauieM, not in tha ornn luell, but In tho turret thu control and tvude and itrentthen them. Dr. Bhoop'l Kettoraure It uedlclne ipocincolly prepared to reach tbeaa controlltnf nerrea. To doctor the Kidneys alone. It (utile. 11 U a watt oi tune, and o! mootr a lf'yonr tack achet or It weak. It tha nrtna tcald i. or It dai k and itronr, II you hate inn PK ma ol Brlshtt or other dUtteuln or danttrout klaV ner dlteaw, try IT. Snoop' t UettoraUre a mouth Tabl.U or liquid and eee what It can and will do for you. IMiffUt recommend and tall Dr. Shoop's Restorative PENNY'S DAUf STORE. I BRODHEAD. secretary Judge Robert S. Lovctt was elected new pupils entered the grad- Several chairman of the executive committee ed school here Monday. Union Pacific Railroad Co. to of the Mrs. Fred Hahn. of the Freedom Wm. Rocke- neighborhood, continues very low with succeed Mr. Hnrriman. feller and Jacob H. SchifT were chosen little chance for recovery. directors. The question of electing a Mrs. Mary Albright and son, Richard, president was not discussed. are visiting relatives in nnd near Jnckson Smith, of Knoxville, formerthis week. Dr. Gravely con-- 1 ly member of tho Panama Canal Comtinues to improve his home. He is presimission, has been appointed vice now having a second story put upon dent nnd manager of the Oregon Trunk the mnin part of the building. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Line. This is n new railroad now under Considerable sickness in and around Cnldwcll College has let a contract construction in Central Oregon. It is Brodhead, several cases of fever, but being built by the James J. Hill inter none serious. "Aunt" Sarah Padgett. for a big gymnasium. At Richmond, while drying tobacco csts. of the Sayers section, hurt herself by s Eighteen thousand persons were pres- lifting a heavy piece of timber a a burn containing livo acres of tobacco belonging to Mason Dunn, was destroy- ent Wednesday at the Kentucky State ago and is suffering great deal. A Fair. It was Southern Indiana, Louis little child of Charles Snoonamore was ed by Arc. No insurance. day and La At Sunny Brook, Wayne county, ville and Courier-Journa- l buried in the Moretburg cemetery Wed while returning from church, James bor night. Tho Mayors of the three ncsday. and Charles Catron, brothers, und Reu- Falls Cities were in attendance during Tho next session of the Rockcastle ben Bertram, all young men and un- tho afternoon. Yesterday was Ken- Association of United Baptists will be married, became engaged In n fight, tucky day. held with the Sinking Valley church and Bertram was stabbed in the heart. At Barbourville a personal controver- near Cress postoffie in tho southern J. Whceldon, of Eubanks, has lost a sy between Caleb Powers nnd M. G. part of tho county on Tuesday after tho large per cent, of his tobacco crop this H ignite, a republican politician, result- first Saturday in September, 1910, offfall by overcrowding it in tho barn. It ed in ilignite swearing out a warrant icers elected for ensuing yearns follows: is called "barn fired" or "houso burn- against Powers, charging him with as- A. E. Albright, moderator; J. J. Painted" tobacco, and inexperienced tobacco sault by the uso of threatening lan- er, clerk; Mrs. Lucy E. Woodall, presigrowers can not watch about this too guage. Powers was tried in tho police dent Sunday School convention; W. II. carefully. Somerset Journal. court nnd acquitted. Owens, clerk; It. L. Smith, Ed Woodall President Reynolds, In his annual ad- and John Hilton, executive board. Charging that Deputy Marshal Rob- dress to the American Bankers' Assoert Ramsey, an officer of tho United ciation, advocated the establishment of A Hurry Up Call. States District Court, had held unlaw- a centrul bank with n capital of not Quick! Mr. Druggist Quick! Abox ful conversation with certain members less than $100,000,000. James J. Hill of Hucklen's Arnica Salvo Hero's a of tho jury before a verdict hud been addressed tho convention, and warned quaiter For the love of Moses, hurry! returned, Judge Charles A. Moore, of then that the United States may soon Baby 's burned himself, terribly John-nl- o the defense, in tho recent it rial of cease to bo an exporter of foodstuffs cut his foot with the axo Mamie's Brecse and Dickoreon for alleged con- owing to earless farming and tho rush scalded l'a can't walk from piles spiracy to defraud tho defunct First of country people to cities. nillio has bolls and my corns actio. National Bank of ABhoville, N. C, of Mattew Henson, Commander of the Shogot It und soon cured all tho fuml-l- y which they were officers, created a sen- Negro bodyguard, related his experience Its tho greatest healer on earth. sation nt Ashovillo when Judge New of what ho saw at tho North Polo with Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. man opened court to hear argument on Peary to newspaper correspondents. In Tho Roosevelt riding test for the offa motion In arrest of judgment nnd for addition to himself and Commander is a detriment to the a now trial in the cases of the convictEskimos were icers of the urmy Peary, ho declured four ed men. Judge Newman denied a new at tho pole. Ho gavo a vivid descrip service rather than an aid in increasefficiency. This, in substance, trial und tho cases will go to the court tion of the and other in ing its is tho severe criticism of the tests of appeals. cidents that impressed him at tho made by Gen. Albert L. Meyer, comearth's top, including tho making of manding Go With A Rush. tho Department of Texas, in alcohol stovo and taking of tea on tho Tho demand for that wonderful hia annual report. observations. g Stomuch, Liver and Kidney cure, Dr. The gross earnings of tho railroads A New York grand jury dismissed King's Ndw Llfo Pills- - Is astounding against Sthtes for tho year endPenny's Drug Storo peoplo suy they of tho United 1909, wero $2,437,385,811, the charge of felonious assault ing Juno 30, Mrs. Mary Scott Castle, who on Aug never saw tho Ilka. Its because thoy according to tho figures compiled by tho 3 shot William B. Craig, a Now York novor full to euro sour Stomach, Tho Bureau of Railway News und Statistics lawyer, at tho Waldorf-AstoriConstipation, Indigestion, Biliousfrom the monthly reports of tho Inter- grand jury'B reasons wero not made ness, Jaundlco, Sick Hoadache, Chills state Commerce Commission. Tho op- public. and Malaria. Only 23c. erating expenses were $1,611,927,7G6: Is guaranteed by G. L. Pen- inTho British steamer Port Caroline, taxes, $88,901,475, and net operating money back. $73G,49G,C00. The figures for the ny to cure Indigestion or from Capo Town August 24, has arriv- come, gross Helleves distressed stomach, belching 30, 1908, wero ed at Adelaide The vessel was about year ending June or gas, Etc , In five minutes. Largo exa week overdue and this gave rise to earnings, $2,421,010,637; operating taxes, $83,800,-61- box, 50c. $1,095,101,878; tho belief that she might have picked penses, and net operating income $045,-C7John Crance, of St. Joseph, Mo., a up the missing British steamer W a ra213. tal), but tho Port Caroline reports that veteran Chicago Burlington and Quin-c- v railroad conductor, has started a she did not sight that vessel. mm It Is the weak nerves that aro cry- fund to erect a monument to E. H. Har A tickling ordry cough can boqulck- - ing out for holp. Then help them, riman by a popular subscription of rail ly loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough don't drug tho stomach or stimulate road employes of tho United States. Itemedy. No opium, no chloroform, tho Heartor Kldnoys. That is wrong. nothing unsufo or harsh. Hold by Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Pains of women, head pains, or any Penny's Drug Storo. Dr. Shoop's Restorative and seo how pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with fust good health will come to you Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo Kentucky Fair Dates. see. Sold by full formula on 26o box. Sold by Louisville Sept. again. Test It and Kentucky State Fair, Penny's Drctf Storo. Penny's Drugstore. 13- -0 days. few-day-m a. Ml-o-n- u 0, 8, -1 m 25 25 litre the (Inest live slock and (he best farm products are assembled Irisnd meets friend, amusement is combined with information. Show rain or shine, day and nljht la (he largest and most magnificent Lire Stock Pavilion fa the world. Quarter ol a Million Will Be Here. FOR INFORMATION-CATALOCUE-E.NT- LOW RAILROAD RATES RY J. W. NEWMAN, Secretary, -- , 320 Paul Jones Bldg. Louisville. Ky. BLANKS. ADDRESS 1798 TraitfijlvaDia Uoiverjitil 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. Hiimiltuu College for Tho College oi Liberal arts Women, and the College of law. Three campuses embracing 2.' acres. Thirteen buildings with modem equipment. A faculty of 5(5 clio?eii from the best universities of America anil Europe. .Standardized elective courses leading to tbo degrees of A. . 13.. S., A. M., and L. L. 15. New Scienco Building recently erected at a cost of 800, 00. Students now in attendance from 25 States and G foreign countries. Moral Influences, cultural environment, scholnrly ideals reasonable cx penscs. The session begins Sept. ID, 1000. Writu for catalogue tonlay. RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, A. M., Ph. D. Prcs. KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN J882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20.COO. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2 f 6,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. OFFICERS. . S. Ilocker, President;, S. T. Harris, John . McKobcrts. Cashier; II. C. Baughman. Atst. Cash'r W.W.Saunders.Ilookkeeper. DIRECTORS. F. Keid, J. II, Uaughman, 1( D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus, II. C. Uaughman, . F, Cummins, no. C. Robinson, S. T. Harris, V. U. OUannon J. S. Ilocker, C.E. Tate. i H. B. NORTHCOTT, Will. Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Iron and Rubber. ;'. fl. B. JiaSSKBKZLJ NORTHCOTT, Stanford. - , .. w. I W1T", f"i";yywVr" "" "'" "tfw i" 'Wrl The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. Kor Circuit Judg", M. C. 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. For Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A HARDIN, of Mercer, ForHtnteHinntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Hepresentntlve, .W. H. SHANKS ForJCounty Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, W.S.BURCH Kor Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE w. l. Mccarty For HherlfT, For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jnller, DINK FARMER For Assessor, JOHN C. PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hchools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coriner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Mnplstrntf Htnnfonl District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Constnble.Htnnfonl District, I. M. BRUCE For MaglstrntelCrnb Orchnrd District, J. WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustons llle District, J. K HELM.SR For Magistrate WayDetburg Dlitrlct, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Comtnnle Wnyncsburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH Gov. Johnson, of MInnesoU, was Uk en to St, Mary's Hospital at Rochester, Minn., to undergo an operation for adhesion and hernia. A will Lodge No. (Id The Republican convention at Fxin In Lincoln rnnimunlcntlonX. nn A.M. nrst meet nnd each stilted i: olearn fort nominated George H. SJchlln for .third Monday nightson main inontn.nininii- , formerly a o'ciock in ineir linn or sister loiiges are fraMayor. Mr. Stehlin was lord, Ky. Members ternally lnlted to be prestnt. T. V. Penresident of Louisville. nington, Hi'C. President Taft began his journey The West on his birthday anniversary. President's train is moving on slow schedule at hi) request. Chicago was reached yesterday morning. IValer In nnd Manufacturer of, President Taft, who has begun his 2,000 business Western trip, addressed Marblo and Crnnlto men nt a banquet in Boston. Mr. Taft made a strong plea against sectionalism and for a sound monetary system, dur- Markers and Posts, Cemetery and Lnn ing which he declared his approval of Vases and hot ties. Utiles nnd works, the central bank proposition. Mr. Taft did not touch on tho tariff, saying ho 10 PER REDUCTION, was saving that for his Western auC. B. PRUITT, diences. The eighth annivery of tho death of Moroland, Kentucky, tho late President McKlnley was ob Foraodais.ln order to clean up on Mat III Druggets, Carpets, served quietly at Canton, O. A large tings,lOperceiit.reduitlun. itugs, Kte. rare lime sumo situ roses and lilies .bargains In mllllntry. Homo big Imrgiilns wreath of carnations, In close outs lu wall paper. Nice selection was placed in tho McKinley mausole- of framed pictures. Now t our time to buy um by order of George B. Cortelyou, of see n handsome mantle mirror.of Call nnd rockers. them. Choice selection New York, who sends this annual trib- . (food line of lulls, metal nnd wood, metal cribs, cols, mattress'and wood folding ute to the memory of tho chief under es, springs, rounches, )aeuports, chairs, whom ho served as privato secretary. suitcases, grips, trunks, extension tnbles, centre tables, medicine cabinets, glnss, Many other lloral pieces were taken to n.h. itnnr,. Jkt?. I 'nil mid see usj Well equlpptd stock of funeral supplies. the mausoleum. Her lee night or dny. (1, 11. PUUITT. Morelnnd, Ky. MASONS' MEET. siri-vn- Harry Jacobs, iikri mm . I CT. , mm 3h ffC. This and That. English capitalists purchased the Santa Gertrudis silver mine, ono of the largest producers in Mexico. The prico POSTED. Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co.! UAKItl JOE MAGEE Is n candidate for Police Judge of Crab Orchnrd, subject to tho nctlou of the democratic pnrty nndnsks jour support. Capt. William Herndx sjjtii to be between the devil and the deep blue r.. sea. Two of the district chairmen want him to run on the republican ticket for circuit judge and two say him nay. The i captain has no say in the matter. Up to the hour of going to press the question had not been settled and it looks as with the intestines. if it will not be. We are informed that Capt. Herndon wants to run and wants MATRIMONIAL. to bad, thinking probably that there's something of a charm in the third atJoseph G. Jenkins, a widow of 44, tempt. Well, there is no harm in think and Mrs. Belle Routen were married at Kings Mountain this week. ing, captain? A. G. Coker. a widower of 40, and We believe there was more drunken- Miss Cora Jenkins, aged 17, were marness in Stanford court day than there ried at J. G. Jenkins' Wednesday. S3A I.onTnvlnr. n widower of 42. nnd ha? been since the saloons were closed. the Didn't the city authorities give that Mrs. Mollie Revnolds. a widow ofcourt same age, were married at the notorious blind tiger operator, Bill Lee, house Tuesday. QP must leave Stanto understand that he ford for good or pay the fines assessed The Roacf To Success against him ? He was here Monday has many obstructions, but none so hrf ni?ht. Who sent for him 1 Either put desperate as poor health. Success to ssssssHsssssVl him on the rock pile or make him obey day demands health, but Kleetrlc Bitthe city judge's order to keep away ters Is the greatest health builder the from Stanford for Stanford's good. world has ever known. It compels of stomach, liver, kld-no- js, Congress- perfect action Feeling deeply indebted to bowels, purities and enriches the man Harvey Helm for the earnest ef. and tones and Invigorates the forts he put forth to secure the new blood, ! ! ! whole system. Vigorous body nnd government building, tho citizens of keen brain follow their use. You Danville have invited him to be present Just received a complete lino of Fall and Winter Shoes for Men, Wonun y$6 to slight Electric Bitters at the laying of the corner Btono on can't afford sickly. Only SOc. and Children in PatcntB, Vic'n, Gun Metnl, Ox Mood and Box Culf. More or If weak, Sept. 22nd and to deliver an address. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store, styles than cvcrbhoxui heru before. Piic' ure nlwnys the lowest. Mr. Helm has accepted the invitation and at the banquet his subject will be: ' ON Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Odd Fellows Hall at LraD urcnaru, uepuiv "The City of Danville." E. L. Grubbs organized a camp of ModThe editor of this paper wants to ern Woodmen of America. The followelected and the lodge KY. thank the Corner Stone Laying Com- ing officersonwere second and fourth Satthe will meet Danville for an invitation to urday nicrhts in each month: Consul, mittee of attend its ceremonies in laying the cor- J. G. Riddle; Adviser, E. L. Gooch; ner stono of the Government Building Banker. J. M. Collier: Clerk. H. L. Wells; Escort, T. W. Napier; Watch on Sept. 22nd. man, U. H. Baylor; sentry, u. J. wnno We, whose names appear below, strictly forbid bunting, fishing or any kind of trespaid was $9,000,000. passing on our places and will prosecute to the full extent of the law. Postmaster General Hitchcock has I signed an order increasing the fee for MIssMattle lew OS, Ilelrheiihacb Ilros. A.T. Tralor, Fred Uaumann, N. II. I'luiiimer, the registeration of mail from eight to LllburnOooch, Will Hester, K.C. Nunnelley. W. llaughmnn. J. W. Peck, ten cents after November 1. J. K. Hruce, I)aldHtevens, The directors of the Reading Com y J. Wm.Cordler. John Camenlsch. M. I). F.lmore, Dan Traylur, declared the regular FreU llandorf. (ioilliiuuck Ii. M.Anderson. J.J.Thompson, dividend of 2 per cent, on the second Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas. II. Kmli J. F. Moser, . preferred stock. .11 rs. A. Kllwsn j. uorion Mrs. Geo. txsan. The Federal grand jury which is to J. J. Elliott. W. It. Dougherty, rrnuk roriller. n Dr. O.O. IVrry, Iter. Father Leo, investigate charges that the It Al Sl H. II. llaughmnn, Steamship Company has ac1'. IUHII. t'rlah Albright. Mrs. Mnrgnret cepted rebates from several railroads Ueo.C.OUens, Uoocu. Jacob (lander W. H.Trnylor jonn juier, began its sessions in New York. ham iiooeris. M. J.llofmnnn, Amend Hchaefer, collision As the result of a head-oA. It. Miitheny K.T. Beailey L. H. (lamer. Mrs.J.H. Ovtsley, on the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. 11. 1.. Fngnley, M.J. Morgan, II. O. Watklns. H. T. Harris, Louis railway, one mile west of Pegram It. Jf.Crow, J.O.Hundley. Station, Tcnn., eight men were killed, C. K. McClure, Mrs. Nannie II, Good, Anton Itonecker. injured and 15 others Anderson Cnrr, one seriously V. M. Dlihon. FreU Vondruenlgnn T. L. llnughman .Mrs. Mur.Mior more or less hurt. Mrs. Iteheeca II Carpenter NlcOluti, who Gov. Johnson, of Minnesota, w. Kopniz, Mixer, j. HMers. II. JohnH. Lee. was operated on at Minneapolis WedTom Ferrlll, Christian Jacob, W. V. Pitman, Fml Paj k. nesday, is considered in a critical condition. It was found that the trouble from which the Governor had been suffering was a deep abcess connected pa-asemi-annuHolland-America- fa x&tiffi flffi m&&Jj 1 fllrwYTlUCO OTlSs Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. MAKItl .t n We are the people who furnish the boys their wearing apparel. We will show the most beautiful line of Boys' Suits ever shown here. Wait and see them. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Ky. mz&iazamx&Bs&QBxiiam G. L. Penny K H. Coffey i: H. Coleman pW FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TRY OUR Talcum I'owdere, Hath pg j JS&J 03 Ki Ki nrii!n. Toilet and Hath Soaps CJj rtR and i:sii:cially Our Ice Colli Sixb Water with Jenoy Cream nun (Q ruie Dj rnni rmvort. 111 Look Look Look rfMrvixc r.m Btanrorrt, Krntuckjr. ctahp LU rfx run-dow- n SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. DANVILLE, KY., SEPT. 21. Managers, Gus Geiszl, Emll Geiszl, J. No more cream of hops, now lets M. McCarley; Physician, Dr. Edmiston stap the sale of whisky. Who will Camp Deputy, II. L. Wells. start the good work? Tho bravest are tho tenderest, So poets howl. POLITICAL. But now and then we buy, ye ken, A timid fowl. Secretary of the Interior Ballinger, who is ill at his hotel in Washington, denies that he baa resigned or has any intention of doing so. J. L. Harrison, who made the race against Ira J. Davidson for county clerk and was defeated by 22 votes in the recent republican primary in Laurel county, filed a notice of contest. At a meeting of the Madison County Democratic Committee there being no other candidates, Attorney L. B. Herring ton was named by the Democratic party to succeed Hon. J. A. Sullivan as Representative to the General Assembly from that county. Cov. Glasscock, of West Virginia, has announced that ho it in favor of an income tax amendment to tho Federal Constitution and will use bis influence to have the next State Legislature ratify finch an amendment. An extra session of the Legislature will be called this fall. At a meeting of the Laurel county Republican committee for the purpose of counting the ballots in the contested election case between John L. Wells and W. II. Jones for the Republican nomination for County Judge it found that Instead of a majority of 4ur yuu. si ciia uau rvtvivcu n lusuuri' Sale Of Roid. Otter, Johnson S: Lee, '09. The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventlcs, will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrtppe. Sold by Penny's Try theml Drug Store c. "After all, a meals a day." rich man has only three "And no time to eat 'em." HENRY Golden Fern's Lad, Golden Mon l'laisir, Mona'o Glory, Flying Fox world's prizo wiunera. Oonnn'g Tormentor, Siro of 53; Pedro, Siro of 45; Ida's Rioter of St. Lambert, Siro of 33. Contribute their blood to our offering of 50 head of JERSEYS. The last bid gets Isabcllo'a Golden Lad. The grandest cloee living (keen-daof his double grandeire, Golden Lad. Ured exactly like Golden Fern's Lad. His progeny is not surpassed by any Island Hull. Solid Color. Sure. Au ideal bull in typo and prepoteuce. He can any herd. Our Catalogue and Col. D. L. Perry will tell tho rat. A. M. trains from Cincinnati, Louisville, Chattanooga and Knoxvillo arrivo in time. v. M trains leave after sale. o ut If you want the Best Drill made, "Hoosier." For sale by trt the E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. For the next 30 days $1 75 WATTERSON'S Stanford Garage & Machine Co,, PAPER -- (INCORPORATED.) Tho Colleo with the Strength, Flayor and Aroma. we will givo . AUTOMOBILES, Weekly Courier Journal FEED CUTTERS, AND GASOLINE ENGINES. The Interior Journal CRUSHERS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Five Pound Coll'eo at 35o 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Pot at 81.50 150 83 25 For thirty days you bavo SI 25 GIVE IT A TRIAL. ir - wj tl n tyofll. ONLY $1.50. AUTOMOBILES . -:- - FOR UjitAt: -:- - RENT. 'id GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. AtHLimiiiitAtasi v u. . .Jitfa.-.-- , 4 1.V 3sytf?'jf' m i NEW DRESS GOODS. New Fall weaves nml ilindcs in Full Drws Goals juet in. ,nm It Is Your Move. Wo linvo been hunting around for tho Inst magnificent tock Ktc. tho prices. of Co NEW PERCALES. in You will want to get busy sewing when you see the new patterns cales. per- h. ( New Trimmings. Wo have tho ncncut trimmings to match tlio new drees good. dnys, getting together a Merrimac Suiting. col-o- rs Cloaks, Suits, Come We want you to and Blankets, Carpets, Is n new Fall Wh Fabric and comes in a nice range of patterns at 10c yard. in and look them over and see how reasonable Skirt-- , Underwear, New Ginghams. . Wc have confidence- in the (junlity of our goods and knowing them. Ti nlHi a new 1000 Ronbaix Suiting. It loc. Full similes. The new Ginghams nro very pretty and como in the rich Ihc prices low, wc therefore take pleasure in showing production in wash goods. I rice resembles the woolen. goods very much. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. & SON, nnd tobac- STANFORD KY. L. K. Hughes T. W. Humble V. O. Martin " t ' STANronn, Kv., - Skit. 10 17, 1009 cent cigar wo SpkcIAL. Joan of Arc will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only Penny's Drug Store. G cents BtraiRlit. PERSONALS. or I week for VanDcvecr. pood position. Kev. Jos. Severance brought Mr. A dcaifolo fell with Supt. J. R. Will Severance's auto up from FrankPowell at the court houso and he is now fort Tuesday. using crutches. un it ss lUiinnsi vs an little son Exi'ERT workman on gasoline rnginos Morgan Smith, Jr . went down to tho can bo secured by application to the Stato Fair yesterday. Brooks Barker has gone to Win- Stanford Garage & Machine Co. ... n.i.M chester to take a position in tho Watch for Buster Brown and his - Co.'s store. linnThey aro coming. Cuml.v.p. Hunni.i: and dog, "Tige." ti.auca Mii-Tir- . mins & Wearen. . t ...II.. Pnt.!.nlra ImVn mtltricUllXU'll Bt Wanted. A good, respectable white Hamilton College, Lexington. girl who wishes a good home at good Messrs. W. II. Higgins. W. . E. T. Pence, Logan Hubblo wages. Mrs. K. Lutes, Turncrsville, Ky. are at tho State Fair this week. Mrs E. T. Pence ant. little son, cotFor Sale. Beautiful Lynn, and Mesdamc Harry Hill ami S. tage, garden, barn lot and burn, on Lo Fnir. D. Bartlett are at tho State avenue. Pnco and terms to suit Mrs. N. A. Tyiiee, of Bowling gan " friends, who are purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Green, is hero with loilirhtw! to have her with them. Saturday. Sept. 25th. fs tho last .. .un Mi, a 11 a. Harnett nnd day for filing turnpike, miscellaneous, Miss Blrilio Killlon, of Lexington, are and merchants' claims against Lincoln visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Dishon. George B. Cooper, County county. mn int. Mim. J. II. Uaugiiman are Clerk. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hume Lo Fair, nirrriN'o at South Fork. At South Kan in Louisvlllo during tho State and daugh Fork tho other night Dock Padgett cut Mm Sam tpr and James McKcchnlo nnd wife, of H. Lucas several times very badly, it iiiihl.1i. nro attending the Stato Fair is said Lucas is in bad shape from tho and wounds Inflicted. MCCllOUD JAKE Claude Walton, of Richmond, spent Cigar salesman wanted In this local Bavcral days with tho family of Sheriff Ity to represent us. Experience unnec T. J. Hill. essary: $110 per month and expenses Mr. Stanley McIntosii, tho efficient Writo for particulars. Monarch Cigar n,i ..invor cnshler of tho Waynesburg Co.. St. Louis, Mo. Deposit Bank, la visiting his aister at On anDlication of Judge J. S. Owsley Indianapolis, una rmniE Taylor, of Owenton, Gov. Wlllson has offered a reward of nn experienced trimmer, has arrived to $200 for tho arrest and conviction of mi.. Kiln Mnv Saunders In her tho man or men who killed James En mllllnnrv atnrG. gleman at Kings Mountain. Miss Rose McCormack and Joe Will The friends of Councilman Ed WilkRout and Jaroj&S H. Yowell attended inson aro urging him to become a can engagement hero the Daniel Boone accom- didate for mayor of Stanford. Mr. Wednesday night. The latter Wilkinson has tho matter under considpanied Miss Sue Taylor Engleman, of eration and will make his decision in a this place. few days. Editor En Walton, of tho Stanford in-nnnn nf tho briahtest newspa At Walltown, over the Boylo lino in per men in Kentucky, was here Friday Casey county, two unknown persons looking after the Interests 01 nis L.in called Rufus Maynaru, a prominent farcoin county constituents who were suc- mer, to his front Kate, and after boat bon cessful In showing stock at tho ing him unmercifully, pulled his ears al Nows. most off and tore his nose irom his lace. Mr. F. M. Ware, of McKlnney, was F.Yritimtnt is hieh in tho locality, and In town Sunday nnd Monday on busi- Sheriff Wells and posso aro working on ness. S. T. Powell, of Hustonville.who a clow. had soveral flno horses hero at the fair, The mancled body of Eugene Webb, was In town again Saturday en route near Faulconer home from tho Montlcello fair. Som- of Dunvllle, was found Station, threo miles norm ol uanviuo Journal. erset urcaceni iiauruuu. Uueen Mr. Jas. I. White and family and on the Wntih rnme to his death is not Mr. John Colyer, and iinu his known, hut It is supposed that he was wifn will leave Sent. 21st for Tucson, Ho was a miik their future home. Mr. run down by a freight train. a.i 30 years old. Mrs. Mack Wheat, of painter and was about wMtn'n lntr. and is surviveu uy a Tucson, who has been visiting relatives Ho was marriedchildren. wifo and three will return with them. here, 1 Win-rkoii- rr five-roo- Mrs. James F. Holimm is at Crab Orchard. Hanky DiLUON. of London, was hero yesterday. Whipp, M. $. Uaughman and son, Mor-pa- n R. M. Newlano went to Loulsvillo Smith, are at tho Stato fair. W MtlntminV . Mr. J. M. McCarty, wifo and son, Mm. J. F. CUMMIN" has returned and Miss Ella I.cach attended tho re from Wllmoro. union nt KIngsvillo yesterday. L. P. N'UNNELLEY Is at tho State fair E. U. Snyder, one of tho cleverest at Louisville. tho L. & N. superintendents, passed spent several of Mim. W. K. WARsnn through here Tuesday In his private days at Lancaster. car. Mrs. Harris Ciiaic. of Danville, Is Messrs. John Cherry, of Brodhcad, with Mrs. T. J. Hill. nnd Dan Grillin, of Sopers, who aro at S. Goldstein and daughter, Miss Joseph Prlco Infirmary, are both im Mollie, are In Louisville. proving. Mips Ali.IK Yantis. of Lancaster, Is Judge W. A Triable went to Louls-isvilwith Miss Bessie Yantis. yesterday to bring his wife home, Lutiiek Tudor has gone on a who has been ill at St. Joseph's Infirm trip to New Mexico. ary, but is convalescent. Cait. H. K. Gentry, or rranitiori, There arrived at tho homo 01 air. few days. is with his family for a and Thomas II. Eads n little boy to Attorney Sam Lewis, of Mt. Ver- bless their home. He has been given non, was here Tueday on business. tho namo of his great grand farrier, JoMrs. L. A. I'ettus, of Somerset, is seph Uavis Eads. with Mr. and Mrs. James F. Cummins Miss ANNA CiiNCBU.or is visiting LOCALS. her sister. Mrs. M. i: Pruitt at HumRink side. Mrs. J. C. Colyeii and ilitor. Miss Tobacco men, read W. II. Higgins' Miranda White, spent several days at advertisement. Mt. Vernon. PORE cannel coal at J. II. Baughman Mrs. Catherine McClaky, who has had diphtheria, Is able to bo up, wo are &Co's. Try a load. glad to say. Millinery opening, Friday, Sept. Mr. E D. Kennedy will leave next a 17th. Your patronage solicited. Misses Cleveland, O., where he has le pros-pectln- J. II. OtteiiIs In Loulivlllo. Dr. G. G. Perry a ttended tho Stato Fair. Mil. W. K. Shugars, wife and son are In Loulsvillo. Mrs. William Land is In Loulsvillo attending the State fair. J. T. Emrry and U. II. Coffey aro I" Louisville at the State Fair. Ptor. James C Cheek, of Fulton, spent several days here with friends. Mrs. Logan K. Hughes is visiting Mrs. E. T. Carter at Evansvillc, Ind. Messrs. W. O. Walker, Hays Fos-tc- r and Lee Rupley are attending tho Stato fair. P. W. Messrs. J. C. McClary, & See those school shoes at Cummins ( "Buster Brown," children's shoes. Cummins & Wearen. Wcarcn's. Br. enjoy co. present at tho rink oursclf. mo insuro your barn and W. A. Trlbblc, Stanford. Phone No. 188 when you want tinning and plumbing done. W. K. War ner. Let There Opera w.ill be a big rink at Walton's Como and House two-month- s Look at the stoves at W. II. Higgins' bring your best girU I. m ) ' for curing tobacco In your barns. tonight. LESS THAN COST. OxThis is no dream, but n stern reality. Wc have a few 's in this fords left in Tau, Vicis, Patents, Oxblood. Ktc, They must go regardless of good. Latent style?, etc. eert-eon- For Sale. Felix White, A lot A old child of John of tobacco sticks. Baker, of Livingston, rolled off a high -l porch and was killed Stanford. Phone C- rings. Now Is the time to get a fall corset. and Saturday, Sept. 17 and Let me take your measure for a Spirel-l18, will havo on display Fall and WinIt will not break at tho waist line. Mlis Ella May Saunders. ter millinery. Misses Straub. Friday cost. a. $3 50 Oxford m m most stylish and The Daniel Boone Co. gave a fine hats wait until I havo my open- performance to a good houso Wednes-di- y ing tho last of month. Watch for date. night. The company is a clever Miss Ella May Saunders. one and is deserving of tho good pa- Ir you want the !. 00 Oxford 2 50 Oxford 2 00 Oxford I 50 Oxford 3 $2 25 2 00 1 I 1 75 50 00, Etc. ' I to collect tho taxes for the Crab OrchStock Yards. A. T. and J. R ard Graded School. Penalty goes on Nunnelley are converting their two big stables on Macksvillc street into Oct. 1. George W. Bronaugh. stock yards which will be ready for Parties wishing to buy mule colts or occupants by next court day. any kind of stock will do well to attend Millinery Opening We will have tho stock sales and stock show at Jones' our Fall and Winter millinery opening Park, Yoscmite, Saturday, Sept. 18. ,.i. on Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 22 For Rent. My farm of 250 acres in nnd 23. Everybody cordially invited. the Walnut Flat section; 50 acres for Miss Cora Lipps and sister, corn, 13 wheat, 70 meadow, balance for pasture. Mrs. Mary E. Logan, StanOpening. Mrs. George W. Gentry ford, Ky. will have her opening of, millinery at Only four eoplo pooled their tobac- her store on Depot street Saturday, co hero Monday, after the speech of 18th. The public is cordially invited to Prof. J. D Clark, of Lexington. What he present. Don't fail to see her nois the matter with tho tobacco growers tion counter of useful articles. of Lincoln county 7 Mr. Grant North, who was defeat; I HAVE promised no man a deputyship ol for the republican nominaticn for In the event I am elected sheriff of Linschool superintendent by Caleb Newell, coln county. 1 will name my deputies is, wo are informed, desirous of securafter Nov. 2. S. J. Bell, republican ing the nomination for county judge. nominee for sheriff. Wo aro waiting patiently to see what Fall anfWintcr"samples now ready the bosses will do in the premises. for inspection. If you wnnt a handSchool begun at the new school some suit or overcoat let II. C. Rupley, Moreland Monday last, and 03 the practical tailor, take your order. tnuse at pupils had been enrolled up to WednesFit and satisfaction guaranteed. day. Tho teachers, patrons and pupils Lightning Gasolino Engines, Wilder wiih to thank through your paper Mr. feed cutters and George Hunn, our trustee, and Mr. My Strong whirlwind blowers. Lightning crushers and grind- ers and all others who helped get the ers. Line shafting, pulleys and hang soool hourc ready for use. E. L. ers, belting, gas engine oil, etc. Stan- Grubbs is principal and Miss Nellie Ellis is assistant. ford Garage Co. will bo at the bank each Saturday tronage it is receiving. Our Fall goods are beginning to como in and wc "do not intend to carry goods over. We had rather take our loss now than to carry to next season. Our loss is your gain. Como to Don't seo us nnd wc will convince, you that we mean business. goods nt tremendous forget that wc arc still offering Summer cuts. .! HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., " Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. The Dixon Tobacco Saver. This Stove is what tobacco men use in their barns. The tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money. You can begin stripping sooner. Call nud gee You can put $ to J in your barn. them. Parties wishing to see a great dis play of field and garden products and wishing to compete for premiums win do well to attend the agricultural show at Jones' Park, Yoscmite, Saturday, Sept. 18. horse nower Nichols & Shepherd traction en gine and two mounted saw mills, log wagons, etc All in good condition. Call on or address O. W. Potts, Rich mond, Ky. Ono 1G m CarpenterIIouseBurned. The Car- penter House, which partially burned a year or more ago, was completely destroyed by fire about ?:30 Wednesday morning. How it originated may never bo known but tho supposition is that it was accidentally burned. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. &&KxkkbkSksxixtiwikAtk4kkikfkkkiiiiiAftkA&ft&k&ftftkltAftftftai of tho oldest buildings in town and about the most unsightly. While re gretting any loss it may cost the own ers, the Misses Carpenter, few will regret the eye sore is no more. The houso was not occupied and there was on it. Mr. W. A. Carson, the Kings no insurance Lamp Shot OuT.-- At who lives just back of tho hotel, lost depot the other night, the Mountain about $50. lamp on tho table where tho night agent was at work, was shot out by soma un- To Whom It Muy Concerns known person. This is the same place I will npply to the Kentucky Hoard of nt their where Agent James Engleman was as- Prison CommUilom-- Itt TutUnyicmloii nt ol OctoKrnukfort, Ky.,ou tl sassinated a few weeks ago. ber, lit", to Iw paroled. KAIJLKNKIt KKNNKDV. For Sale or Trade. It was one t: H X MONEY IN THE BANK. rvtlirn iinnnln nro llrliw fnmfnrtitliiv. Whv should not VOU? It Is so simple when you thlhk It over. People llvo happily and comfortably beeauso they don't worry. If you buve money in the bank, always ready for use when you want It, yet always safo Irom robbery or lire, you escape a world of worry. Tho thine is to start a bank aceount- -n dollar will do, If a dollar wlllstart a bank account, YOU CAN DO IT TODAY. 4? J Z 2? J Berjlni Then StlcK to It. Hero Is something WKKNOw; adoljar In tho bank draws others to It. WhjV How? Because you have seen how easy It Is to start and you will find it still oasler to continue by putting all tou can spare in tho Hank. If your money comes to you In lump sums, come to our bank and deposit it. Get a book of ctccks, and when you pay out your money, use check,. They aro 4 Bept. 11, 1U. The Lincoln County Board of ElecJZ tion Commissioners, composed of ChairIleport ol tho Condition of man T. J. II ill, Sr., S. T. Harris and 2 Wednesday and The National Bank of Hustonvllle, Dr. R. L. Davison, met thoRtntoof Kentucky, organized by selecting 5. T. Harris, nt Iluatomllle. IniHKllH'l Hi'pt. I. H"W. nt 2 tho clot" of 5j secretary. Tho board will meet next 5? officers for the Monday to select the 2 11ESOUHCE8. coming November election. Ixmnf anil IUtcounU. ....... ........ 13U17 if ir safe, sure, convenient. Always know that you aro paying tho silver richt amount. No dnnger of bills sticking together: noDeposit falling from your hand and slipping through a crack. with us and call our Bank Your Bank. WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK, Waynesburg. Ky. !. oi acres of good land, of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight- room dwelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 3GxW3, ico house, humrv house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, tho wholo farm being well watered, well fenced and lays well. Will sell as a wholo or cut 200 acres with Imnrovoments. to suit purchaser. which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is In the county. This Is a bargain. Seo L. R. Hughes, Stan Bargain. 354 tin nd muecurnl therilriifL.n-cur- t U. H. lloncli to nvcuru circulation r- 1J.5UO U0 ,110 If Checki nnd other cnnu Itenu Notea of other National llanki tvront;enta) Duo from Htiitttnnd I'rhnte llankn A Hanker, TruitCompauIe. Hint HaWngi Ilunkn Due from approudren no agent . , ltanklnB liouku,furntture,nml fix..... ture Duo from National llunkn (not - 00 9 ?m5535 seo as TiV 140 51 .. m Lincoln Capital, Surplus, Resources, S; WMMiM'ti County national Bank $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 4(0 00 VT Fractional pnpercumncy, ulck- el,nml cent Ijiwful Money Itocne In Hank, T0 U) . note IliUi uiptlonfu lid with U.H.Treail- un r 5 per cunt of circulation Legal-tende- Of Stanford, Kentucky. ln Hpecle l,tlli r 1U.IOI uu ford, Ky. W. No More Cream of Hoi-s.-J-. Acey was tried Wednesday on the charge of soiling a decoction of beer known as Cream of Hops. Tho jury was divaled and there was no verdict. Mr. Acev and the others who handle It were rcnueated to stop the salo of what ever tho stuff is. The city council put a license of $300 on the sale of Cream of Hopj. Thero was a great deal of drunkenness hero Monday and several young fellows were fined for taking on too much. They claimed they had been drinking Cream of Hops and this brought about the trial of ono of tho oft drink houses. taw SAUDIS VI $.V),IU) 00 17.MO uu I.IUT 43 (10 falr.-Bour- Capital Htock paid In Hurplu fund Ummlded prom. i . expeim unci tine paid National Hank nolt out. landing Duo toother National Hank IluutoHtitte and prUalo bank a ml lullLu.. f ml u ill mi I ilfiuiltMbUbkct check . tjeruiieu ciiru Notes auu mils vui'cuuimu ... T t .lit. ITIHU. ... ll.VU) H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT INK J. B. PAXTON. 1,30 tjuuia d 01 W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH, H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. m son-in-la- Htutitof Kentucky, County of Lincoln, n: I, J, V. Ilocker.l'iuliierol ihvubuw-nniiitear that the. aUno lunik, do kolemuly ttiitemeiit li true to tho U't of my know!- nlgHUlid belief. J. W. HocKKH.Oiuhler HulMcrtbedamUworntotieforeme thin llth dayof Hept..ltM. J. W. Hokln,N. 1'. My .;, i.ii. communion Correct Atte'tl Kdanl Adorn, J, W. 1'owvIUud W.U.CoMan, Dlrtcton in J. eirc DIRBOTORSt Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stuuford; Geo. V. Carter, Stanford H. Owsloy, John I), roster, btauioru; v. 11. oiuiukb, otnujoru; 1. j. ivuu- kin, Lancabtorj J. li. raxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Laucaster; W. H. Cummins, Preachenivillej Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. 4- The Interior Journal. Mnltridin Ihe Potl-Ojfi- FARMER'S DKPARTMEWT. W. D. 4t. BMLlBm.BaaTBafalBlaBBafBMBMBMfaTBMBafBlafJaTBMBBlB Winter seed oata for sale. at Stanford at L. N. TIMETHBLE r. North, No.Si.JsWr. M. No. S7, 10:17 A. M. No.JI,Houth,tl:Mr. t. No. S3, 8outh,ll:i A M. No.Jl.Norlh.slin A. M, (Infi M, No, W, Hanson, Moreland. T. H. Gooch sold to Sam McKittrick a aueklfnp; colt for f 90. John Fogarty bought of Mrs. Bridget Fox her farm nt $100. Fifty or CO stock hogs forsalo. Coulter & McCormack, Mlddlcburg. Twenty 1, d cnttlo for sale. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. L. P. Nunncllcy, Lancaster, It. F. D. S. J. Bell sold to U. D. Holticlaw a lot of lambs at 4c; also tivo cows for $35. A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontlst, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Wc have 35 or 40 No. 1 feeding hogs for salo at once. Lutes &Co., Huston, ville, Ky. Lost, black Jersey milk cow, only one horn, about 1J inches long. J. B. Ford, Office over McRoberU' Drug Store in J. S. Murphy, of McKinney, has COO the Owsley Builtlinp. or TOO bushels of New Columbia seed R. S. Scuddcr took 21 blue tics The farm of ltd acres, or good blue grass nlno reds at the Monticello fair land, bins one mile North of McKinney ,011 his excellent string of horses. Stanford. It. FARM F9R SALE I wheat for sale. nnd with INSURANCE. R. B. Insures Tobacco, bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid withput Idis-cou- nt. the Stanford pike. Improvements nnd fencing good; plenty nt water nnd fruit. Mrs. Mack Wheat, of Tucson, Ariz , Also 12S acres of timbered land 0110 mllo Did her farm of G3 acres in the Preach. Knit of McKlnneyihnlf tinder fence ipli'nty a of ntor nnd good tobacco Innd. Hen grow CMvillo section, to W. W. Warren at ng.crop. J.A.jCIIVKNS.Agent, McKinney, Ky. $51.25. Parties wishing to sell mule colts or any kind of stockwill do well to have Have your measure tnken by n tnllor of ex- them at Jones' Park, Yosemite, Saturperience. Then our clot net, whet hern low day, Sept. 18. price Imtlne.s suit or tbo Illicit evening clothes, will lime tbnt individuality nnd tit Fon Sale. About 50 tons of good which plainly lndlcnte they were made to your measure. 1 will nlto take your meas- timothy hay in stack; will have baled as ure for extrn trouer, fancy vests, top Lancascoatt nnd overcoats, "prlng nnd Hummer soon as can sell. G. Y. Conn, samples on linnd ready for jour Inspection. ter, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. ' It. O. HUl'LK Y. The Tnllor. An aged yellow Jersey cow, free Htnnford. Ky. milker but with one blind teat, left my CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! place Tuesday Aug. 3. Please notify I can furnish the public with the best, as N. W. Fowle, Rowland. Ky. well ns the freshest of cut flowers, plants of At the salo of James I. White and J. nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make n spcciulty of wreaths C. Colyer the other day, ono pair of for for funeral purposes. ' In connection with the nliove, I hnvo nil mules brought $397 and another pair kinds of vegetables on bund nt reasonable $2S0. Household goods and other things prices. sold well. CHIUBTMAN (IHKEN IIOUHK's, K11 11 1! ah r, 1'iioit. I I have 200 acres of Htnnford, Ky. 'Cattle Men fine pasture, 2i miles from Lancaster Insures Tobacco and Tobacco on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at G. Y. Conn, 75c per head per month. . Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. But Crit C. Smith showed us a stalk of corn while at McKinney the other day which measured 10 feet to the first ear The Insurance Man. and 11) to the second. He got the set d STANFORD, KY. from Sam Helm and it is of the big yelResidence l'hone 30; Ofllce, W. low variety. Insure with me and be fully At the State Fair, Louisville, Tues protected. day, J. II. Baughman, of this place, won five first ties.four second and three fSiSUltr thirds, which speaks well for his splen did string of mules he is showing at the big fair. -- 13 KinESwoFIIRS W. II. Murphy sold to a Madison Ftalhtrs. Talloiv. Eeesmr. Cintni. county man the 1903 season of his fine Coldca Seal, (Yellow Root), ttc. We mare, Lady Dare, who in turn sold the arc ucsiers. and can do nrilrr In. .. ' .1. V '"" CJlt to R. C. Moss for $J00. The colt iou acms commission merchants. Reference, aav Bank m I nm.,ll. is by Rex Peavine. Mr. Murphy has -t rr t. . zr write lor weekly pnee lut and shin- sold the season of the mare for three furnish MOol bans tree. ping la;s. We more years at $250. m. 5ADEL & SONS, Harris & Woods have shown their EsrautHK im lasa ZZ8 E. Market $U fine mules at seven fairs this season in LOUISVILLE. KY, G4 rings, winning 43 blue ties and 22 reds. They have been up against the best mules in Kentucky and feel justly proud over the splendid victories achiev ed. Lincoln county now is considered one of the banner mule homes and our MAHONY progress it delighted at To- people are in that stock the line. is making When Ordering Clothes iWQ liaBTSaTBBnTBBB'BVBl29,laj f iW m" ;4 VBTBBnTBBnTBBnTBBnTBBnTBTBBBTBT B BBBTBBnTBBnTBBnTBBJl rLB I sBI jflflaTBBM RTBBfl llvlr '" XB'Tacr & Mux A It n PBBTjjT BTBBfl 'Tjr'l" 99 6T first, 11 11 'The first of the Season" ill clothes is like the ' first" of anything el-- e; if it's good, it's apt to Iks n source of more than usual it cntisfaction liecaii-- e itn larns. Nothing Insurance. D. Wearen, Jesse Tho first man who goc out of this store Hearing one of our new BiiiU or one of our find oveiroatt for Fall U Mire to get n look better rires-c- l than the men mound him; he'll have a dNtinctiou in ctylenml that's quite unusual. lot of pleasure in it, lie will V Hart vSchaffner (& Marx have produced for u some of the mot stuuningcreations wc have ever hud to ofTer our trade. The new gra) mid liluos in uit fabrics nro ovwiitloiinlly attractive; many patterns in the wtave from plain colors in worsted mid to cheeks, phiid, stripes, M:lfstrip and other pattern weaves. OverYou'd lwtter be one of the first in them. Thi store is the horn of Hurt SeUlnor fc coats and raincoats, too, are in many pleaing colors nnd weaves. Marx. SUITS $20 to $35 OVERCOATS $15 to $35. ilWOfli --..- liniRrEcnr CUMMINS & WEAREN, Stanford, Kentucky. STOP THATHEADACHE Two Small llttwl Hl hich.uriiux J.K. Hill. Kiut Main M, ftiinfuril, Ky.,lll supnlv jour nrnls nnd KUiiriintcv siitiifnctlon. llu nlo cnrrlvs In slock Kdlson pluinoRmplis mill tin- - litU'tl records will cli jou cbii Imy for rnsti, or on u talk monthly instntlmi nts. Cull nnd tlif mmterouT. KKhT1:hTKI KltKK. lly lmrlnif ' propurljr jour I Stock of Merchandise for Sale. Hardunre. lkilntt Will Invoice about lllhenllli. OKO. I). I desire to sell prlwiti'ly my stock of n Kood luI-iivs- lunsou Kj-- IIOI'l'Elt. Htnnford. 1 . FARMS FOR SALE 1 President Taft has written a letter to Secretary Ballinger, of the Interior Department, exonerating him from tho charges made by Chief L. R. Glavis, of the Field Division of the General Land Office. The letter gives the Secretary authority to dismiss Glavis. to sull nrtt utely my farm of 62 ncrtjs ntJumho. Lincoln t'ountj, ky. four mile from McKinney. Has on It kikkI duelllllk'. good Imrn, cellar. sprliiK liouw, line water, etc Land is In liltili state of cultivation. Also have four other small farms forsale. All well ImproMd. Terms satis, . lull factor-- Htanford, Kj, U.K. I). No. 3. D.d.HiriT.K, MILL FOR RENT! Owlni! to 1 llrst-clas- and WMiitlng to lw tum a:iy from liomu some tills summer, Klier l)lx cured" by Zemo. A liquid decldel to rent my Arc readily Holler Mills, driven hy water and steam s lor external use. Zemo give instant poner. (.ool location. Mill 111 clicf and permanently cures any form coiiultlon. W. H.TUAYI.OII. It. V. I. No. I, Htanford. Ky, jf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Itching Skin Diseases J, L.Beazley&Co., Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, lose Med. Co.. St. Louis, Mo. G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Home At Auction llrst-clas- I The Truth Every person in this city who is suffering from Eczema, Pimples, Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease, can find relief and be permanently cured by Zemo, a clean liquid foi external use. All durcgists sell ZEMC PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Monday, Hept. 13, 1KV, county court day, ine properij on imuuiQ ,venue, nin-foroccupied ly W. (j. Withers. Has it iiood residence nnd outliulldlngs are In good shape, Hplendld cistern mid s big Harden. IOcatlou and In Will tell In front of the lino neii!hUrhool. old court bouse at lu) Monday alternoon. ncpi. 1J. iww, .urs. iiun ueiu, l,. if. Mnry l'unnliiKton, Htanford, Ky. floods. Notions, (Irocerles, Farm Ilrlek hous of iinniwnre, tinware, ve,. nnoui i;,issi, ikj- - 7 rtMHits rontnln. m nere.. all .HitlmlldliuM nls. nix I Une containing !M acres. kihxI a mom ing Inir business. I.IUral terms. uiMinov tpring.inerrsof iHittnm land; t (I. II. ll.MtltlH, CrnbOrcl.anl, Ky. dwelling, yood stink bnrn nnd outbuildings, nor. uplaiHt. balanc'iH grn. iiihI ttml-r- . Healing rlhts this Knll. Wouhl like to nil under giMxl fence and ever) Held well wati red; I ncre In ynuiiit orcbnnl, 4 eors' rent before H.'pt. 14. cn on old 12 acres In Krnss, nil In gool stnte of Mum J.l'nMvutnv, cultivation; rnl.ed lu pounds tobacco and j It.Minr F H No. I.htiinlurtl, Ky. lSbu.hels win at r acre...on It ...... )ear. In.t Will sell n Clothing, HhoeauddeiiU' Fur..i ,.! . u.. u.... ....i. nishing Htore, located In the town in tenant house, w foot tobacco Uirn, lloyle county. A greaj opnrtuiilty for the The McKlnnoy Woolen Mills, well wntered..'l acres under new fence, bal- right man. rttock will tnvolrv taUiut iljui. ance In line tlmlMT, 15 arris well clenriil, Address .M.J , cure Interior Journal, Mini-forline corn mid tolNicco land 1'rlce. Jim. McKinney, Ky. s miles South of Htnnford on Homer-se- t pike. Tract No.l Isou pike, No. S Is Is now In operation and Is reiul) to servo mile from pike on county road. Addre.s or the nubile In maklug Jmm. I.lii.eyt, II (.'. llhlll(. see me ut hlauford, Ky. lllanket.. Hiiniult nrns, Ktr will either desire to sell S3 ncrs of iitiliimriiVMl work wool orexchnugi goodsforlt. Highland on Cedar Creek, thrte miles IroiiiCritb est market price for wool C II WltinilT. I'ror. iircnnru;ncre.iu cuiiiviiiiou. ijiiki not Improvid, but In splendid condition. Mki. s. A. OAiixrK, K. y. 1. No. l.Hlnnlord, ky. I On lianvllle.V lluttonvllle plkeof SKI ncre. l.liicnlii county, Ky.. S mile from More In land. This farm Is well liiiproveil.giKMl well I de.lre to toll privately my farm of Yt nnd cistern and nbundunce of stock witter acre.. In Lincoln count), seten miles from springs. Most furnished from We have moved our produce, hide two miles from ol farm In grass. I desire to sell this farm oultry business Iroui M.vers stable to nnd Htanford midmile from nlke. InMaywood, on our good road", In the next nt da) s, together Willi the slock close to church, rural route and t, d of (Inrhind ana crop, tne stock consisting ol II High- store rtceutly purchu H).toltU-e- . Ijtnd all two doors from We still mile from si bred Jennets, lacks, all ages. In brmsl pay , farm In wriiM. bnlunoe ver) In cash for nil kinds of touutry produce. stallion; IM inarei, I registered; I un.br good fence. Comlortable acres of corn; IS or 9) stacks of hn) , farmI.ami.V III t man vn Htanford, Ky. bouse of six rooms, new Iwtrnand all other I will ing Implements of every description. outlnilldliigs. Abundance of if ne water nnd sell the hole outllt or liny part of the stock fruit of nil kinds, nnd If I sell the farm without the stock. I J T I.IVIMlHTOW must sell not later than mdn)s mi as to give It. F I. No. 1, Hlauford, Ky. me time to mnkuii sale of my stock. Also hnve9-odmules from work in tilts down Now Llvorv to colts. You will have to see this fnrm to appre Dopot ciate the location and the mnnyndvnntnges of this farm. Any person from it dlttnnce Phono 96, ieslrlng to see this farm can come to More-lauLincoln county, Ky on the (ueen A STANFORD, KENTUCKY. We are In position to do nit kinds of conCrescent route, this farm being onl) about creting, such its lllock Work. I'nveineuts ', mile from station. mid. In fact, we cnu make any thing front II. II. KINO, More Innd, Ky. bouse down ton fenoe ot. We you promptly and guarantee run sservo work ami material. (Jail and get our prices twlnre you buy your material at leusl. For House and Uiirrlagel'aliitlngand Trimming. I'nper llnnglug.fluii and Hluip oppmlle deot. J.J. Hki.iii:v, Htanford, Ky irv , Farms for Sale I SALE Mtt'ck I Farm for RentforJ910. lrn, FORSALE! tM-- 1 NOTICE! 1 Farm for Sale never-fulling H regl-tert- d Small Farm For Sale NOTICE! i!l neigh-borhoo- d, hool-hou- e, S. D, GARTER, Street, d CONCRETING llr't-chts- ' J. J. BELDEN, Dinwiddie & PHILLIPS BROS., Stnnfunl, Ky. The State University, Lexington, Ky. Co., SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. I ENGI- ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE! CnriH-nttr's Undei tatters and Embalm, n. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugg. They will exchange Furniture for rJl Kinds of Stock. Give Thein a Call. Prices Right. ao 5 o & vj: u Z"a Si 5 .SP S .S2U o- STANFORD. s sad E Ol o 3 O O J" KENTUCKY. 0 E ' . 'ZZ : : .. rr cj L. T r? es C3 VI mo s Es s i t JsfcJ J. C. McClary, rf) C -SP wg C . :5t co3orw - U a ;w r U S 3 It UJ w) w s Undertaker. Cmbalmer and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, OtlM.t'bon, W, KY- - 5 S.t2 3e o5 Jaa 8 i MC u 35 H' 5 ES a Q -7 ?PJ S 5 a . a o v a ja H 3 HZ a c - sU S rf 3 & a r- fi'JlMSVy. r. . n asaB MfikL'BaBJ n n tl s-3 m fc r - s - J(oiu,t'houe;"t. 'S P K - a 3 mm v IfS J oj S8S3 I .. a B Fall Term Begins Sept. 9, '0?. The Htnte University, Ijuxlnictou, Ky oP fers tbo followluK courses, namely. Agricultural, Mechuulcnl KnulneeriiiK.Ohll Klcctrlcul KuKlneerlnK, MlnliiK en Hclunt lllo Kimlnet rlnK. Ulasslcnl and courses, enclt of vtlilch extends over four yenrsund lends ton liacneior'suviuee; also a Department of Iji and it of Kducatton, which last lias U en estnbllslied Instead of the Normal Hcliool. l'ersons ului enter this department prepare for advanced work in pcdiiKOKy and aru granted n In this subject uheu coiuplit-ed- . The Academy for preparatory Instruction It retained. I'ounty Biipolntees receive free tuition, prlMleiie of nsldence 111 the dormltorlts, fuel and lltfbt, truelln xieuses, II tbey remain HI cuntecutUe iilonllis.or one colleg late) ear. I lie laboratories unn niiiseum lire inriiv, Hellciiilppeil,comprehensleiiiid modern. Mllltury Hclence Is fully proWded for as re- lUlred by ('ouitress The urtiduutes In the several courses of study readily llnd employment with liberal remuneration. The total number of ma triculates for lust ear vtas I.U7H. Kucli ile. iuirtuieiithuukMclullst at its bead, with the necessary number of as.litants. Vouiik women II ml mi excellent home, with boardund lodglnif, In liittorsou Hall, wuicu is wen eiiuiniM'u vw;aiiu tue inooern conveniences, bathroom, hall for physical culture, at U wr week. All courses of study In the University are open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to liinics. The completion of the Agricultural, Mining Knglneerlng. IJiUiratory and Kducit-tlo- n buUdlngs afford ample nnd coiiimod. lousnuarter for these departments, uhleh are rapiuiy increusing m me number of Kor catalogues, methods of obtuliilng api IMiliitnieuts, Information regarding courses of study mid terms of admission, apply to Jan. K.Tattkuhom, i'h. 1)., l.U I I'res., or to I. O, Kiiaikk, Iluslneii Agent, Hustonville. Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We ry an up-to-d- ate ,..My ".".". ,llu bluegrnsi farm. i, miles vv est am preiutred to do all kinds of stirve)lui; and of Hustonville. ohm milw fruiti ii.u .. Htntlon, ronslstlug of 14 and tivltenglnecrlug promptly. My .:..(. I ... ...'-.- .. .UIA ".'. 1,1. r..,.. I.. guaranteed aim inv nrln... ......... i "' rr." h "CO, IllUegrilSS neuip, or lolmcco win r.i. .... "" in,,i 'rti """."! i.. ......... mimitil.,. VV'rll.t mu fit MnhTlmi.tv ; Jim renii me ly .,, ;:;:.:;", '..':" sons to hut c it 'i"i to advantage good over the telephone through the Ituttonvllle Axcuaiige, DWELLING HOUSE WALfKIJMcKINNF.Y on each piece, also ull uccestary outbuildings. The farm la)s almost In n sou are. only oiieangle In Hues. There are FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN- Three Stock Barm, ...f.."- . TY FOR SALE ! One Good Tobacco Barn, Two of goods. Ti.iimh. cash In hand, balance one anil tw.o ) ears from duy of sule, bearing utx per Of two houses and lots In Jlustomlllo Ky. cent Interest until paid. liming sold my farm, I will sell to the i loosing 'or sucn mace pieatu write highest und best bidder, ut my farm, one. W. 0. U'AbkKK, Htanford, As executor of the will of Mrs. Ilattle half mile North of McOrenrv. on the I. an. IshoiMleceastd.I will on the premises caster nnd lluckeve turnpike on llii.lonvllle, Kyat ubout the hour ollu1 wKHNi:Hi)AY.Mki'r.w, iww . o clock i'. m on at 10 o'clock a, M. the following iiersfuial HATU11DAV (H'T.SIUW. propertyl One Sveur old family horse; I sell ut public auction to the highest bidder live year old saddle male: I nood family the two houv-- and lots In Hustonville. K v.. mare, V) ears old, that bus proven to be u wh uli teslruUlj o mil t her death. Ono good mule mure; I nice two year old harness Hating suffered considerable annoyance unit lot oil mure: I two ytur old horse; i vearllng and damage from outlaws, lu breaking gate ts the street und which the North Bile of Mulil Includes the home 1 Buckling horses; colt ill work mules from latches and tearing down mid destro)tig where the post-oltlc- e Is two to threeyvnrsoldiXgood yearling Jacks; my gates, on the county road that runs husulroutageoii Main now kept. The lot street of ubout bl goou six. jinruw jvnuet witll JUCK toil liy through my farm. I have concluded toolTer feet und extends I back nhout Hi feet and her side; 1 six year old jonnet III foal; I three -year old Jennet In foal j two year old Jen- it reward for Information lending to tho around to Danville street on whloh It has it sucn HOIISV llumns.uilUHIUIiailWI, nets; a Jersey cowl mid valves: it milk cows: conviction of give the Mirsoiiof or iersons. I stories, coiitulns 6 rooms m kitchen, Is Hi (V) fur Inforsum will therefore and There I dry cow: U good short yearling steers; 1 mation leading well on the lot. The other lot Jersey bull; liu lutrrels of new corn: ulso of any party or to the arrest und conviction Is it gooil the North side of Math parties, have broken fronts uu street uouseuoiu aim aucueii luruiture nnd larm the latches on any of my that gutes.or that have i feel ami exteuds buck about lid feet ubout to a it luir Iniuleiueiits. any of my gutet tawed Uow n or TKItJIHi All sums of 10 dollars or under, nit the county torn down runs from the alley, it adjoins the other lot und Includes road which two store-roomnit sums uior tuuuiiurs. tue purcuUB-e- r Hustonville turnpike to the Mlllcdgevlllu Terms are half cash, balance 11 months, tusit,give uote with good to security, snld note inrougu my notes, with to be due January 1st, Jl(, anil to bear In- turnuike. amount for larmiuna i will aivu credit onfrom day of good security hearing the same Information lending sale und sacured by terest at the rate of six percent, per annum to the nrrest nnd conviction of any party or Interest tho properly, with privilege llenon from maturity till paid, nnd to Im negotia- parties who In the future commit any of the purchasers lo pay the notes before to the maturible and tutvaLle at the (Jarrard IImhIt . buoys ty. l'ossloii given Nov. 1 llM, and deed oueiise. Ky, Trust t'o.,of Witness my band this 10th day of August, to be tuuu made. PUBLICSALE through, Stabld, A Hue blue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near Itilut leatell and six miles one tenant house, good water In every field: six lasting springs, with thrte striiuus runsouth of Ijiucaster, containing 3D aires, well located. Ill good neighborhood, Wing ning through whole tract, wrt oi ineuoiiii n uiser tract, wiiun llltnil-soseven-roonew, two-stornsldeuiu II "whim vii. m Kr then on, with nil neces.arvoutliulldlngsuuil goo.1, new burn ixs). Well wittered, six never falling springs and creek running J. Steele Carpenter, EXECUTOR'S SALEI REWARD. .1 J W.HILL. IVUV, , J.Ull.U, Mil. KIJWAUUAUIOItN, Uxor. I