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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j I 1 THEINrER Ol louRNALw r TOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1909 fjiJoi 1Q Cff tThis and That Mrs Howard Gould has tried faith tally to aklmp along on that mcailcy 3000 a month alimony but throws up her hands and asks tho court to havo it increased Fred Holdcn Jr a former inspector of the Milwaukee House of Correction has been sentenced to servo ono year in- V that institution as a prisoner Ho was I f j conceived on tho charge of embezzling GOO of workhouio funds while In pectoroj will of Edward IL Harriman was t filed at Goshen N Y Tho estate is it bequeathed to his widow Mary W Harriman It Is understood that Mr Harriman provided for his children bo 3 faro death Tho estate Is estimated to jbe worth from 70000000 to 100000 i 000 5j While on a pleasuro trip from Chi 1 cago to Milwaukee on tho twomasted y yacht Mistral of Chicago Dr Joseph Masiall 43 years old a prominent so Aptclety man and dentist of Lake Forest Chicago fell overboard six miles oil North Point Saturday night and was drowned t The situation between Bolivia and Peru has suddenly taken a distinct t= turn for tho better and if no further complications arise It II bcllovod the question of the boundry between the two States which recently to plunge them Into warfare will f definitely settled within 43 hours i The Winchester agreement made by the Burley tobaccogrowers of the State was ratified by the officers of tho American Equity and tho Burley socie ties The entire crop is to be pooledI I with the Burley Society under tho agreement Tho union of forces will save millions to the growers it is said It is reported from New York that Edwin Hawley who controls the C I t O railway has secured tho Hocking Valley road a system that owns 1000 miles of road In the State of Ohio By thu addition of the Hocking Valley tho Hawley Interests secure a short tin o from tho Ohio River to Toledo through a largo coal mining district My Wish When When Utterly Tired New York Times Not to have to rise Not to havo to hustle JtNot to havo to cat r Not ho have to bustle Not tohavo to thinkINot to have to worry Not to swimor linkro Not to have Jo hurry coNotNor fear about tomorrow Not to have to payTWhat today Not to havo to grieve Not to havo to mournneNot to seek reprieve 0 i Not to feel forlornt i Not to have to feign 4i r Not to have to please Not to havo to gain II Ambition to appeaseII4 Not to feel tho throbdF Not to know I Not to hear tho sob When others hopes aro slainsa i Night On Bald Mountalntl On a lonely night Alex Denton ofn 0tntEdwards N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the homo of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curia him with Dr Kings Now Discovery haThisnndqulekly cured his neighbor C4 It cured his sons wlfo of a severe lungIj trouble Millions bollovo Its tho great 0- 1Couhsj+ and Sure Lunge ani surely cured b- It Best for Hay Fever Grip aelltl Vhooplng Cough 60c and el Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Ponny + Drug StorehA messago from Dr COOk was re celvcd by wireless at Capo Race Newfoundland from the Oscar II in which tho noted explorer asked tho American people to have tho fullest confidence in rehiato have records of observations made by him which will prove his discovery beyond doubt For the first time he be told of the alleged injustice done him by Peary in confiscating his supplies an while he was on his journey to tho polo Ills explanation as to tho confidence ho put in Harry Whitney and tho instruc tlon that ho gave Whitney not to tell Peary of the discovery was made Commander Peaty Is pre arlngkl to sail with the Roosevelt to Nort Sydney Breton having complet ed the ships overhauling at Battle Harbor Ho gave further details of his polar journey to newspaper correspondents MJona Is guaranteed by G L Penny to cure Indigestion or money back Relieves distressed stomach belching or gas Etol In fivo minutes Large fct box Ccj i NEWS NOTES Eubanks is to have a bank with a capital stock of 26000 An earthquake occurred at Granada Spam causing great alarm but so far as is known no damage was done The annual reunion of tho Society of tho Army of tho Cumberland will behold in Chattanooga on October 13 and 14 Tho streetcar men of Omaha and Council Bluffs went on a strike Sunday over wages conditions and hours of em ployment Charles N Matthews cashier of tho First National Bank Louisville died suddenly following on attack of acute IndigestionMgr the apostolic delegate to tho United States reviewed a par ado of tho Central Vcreln in Indiana polls There were 10000 persons lineTho fortieth annlverslty of the found Ins of the prohibition party will bo celebrated Friday at Chicago A pa4 rado of 100000 prohibitionists Is plan ned Tho police records of Nashville show an average of six and two eeventha arrest per day for drunkenness since tho prohibition law went Into effect on July 1 this year- Another 2000 was sent by the Ama SocietybeHex to bo used for tho benefit of the flood sufferers Tho residence of Charles I Gibson at Youngstown 0 was dynamited Mr Gibson Is general manager of sheet and tin plate mill at which n strike is in progress Bishop William George McCloske for 41 years head of tho diocese of voulsvlllo and tho oldest bishop In theIilerarchyof the Catholic Church Arc erica died at tho Preston Par Semlnray at LoulavillotAt Taylorsvilio burglars entered th depot and carried off the safe whir is a small ono weighing about pounds In it were checks money orders and about i180 in money boo sides milk tickets excursion tlcketatschool tickets fdmily tickets and eev era 1000mllo tickets Placarding tho neighborhood wit warnings that unless the three white men who located in tho strictly Negro tltownpunishment Negroes dynamited the tlThowThoof n double track grids over Salt river otShepherdsvillc which tapioca the singletrack bridge dfromand the new bridge will obviate thotlcessity of maintaining n watch tower there to keep trains from meeting on bridgeUyuBurleycard from Lexington in which he roo all claims to tho bonus o hdistrictset of the attempts to pool the 1909 cro Burley tobacco President LeBus of id ho turned back tho bonus in order remove all obstacle in tho way o this years pool n success Tho American workmen employed at tho Pressed Steel Car Companys plant loR01 American flag and the foreign strikers ty ve bent notified that If insult is otter the flag death will be tho result Is believed that a majority of the will be armed The for igners threaten to stop attempts of persons to resume work x Commander Peary gave further de of his trip to tho North Polo Ho welt upon observations taken at the osf arry sportsman w lavcn Conn who has bearer of roc ords substantiating Dr Cooks claim o reaching the polo April 21 mos Com mander Peary declined to answer the question as to whether there was an eyewitness that saw him deposit his cords of SlInpole Peary said that Dr Cook would the world tlproofsimpartial tribunal prior to him ImWevestable to lie in ambush for the automo u bills ts Whats tho idea Wo thought his red whiskers woul of match the fall lollagoSPains of women bead paths or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 28o box Sold by tho Pennys Drug Store planeint Nonsense sneered the other sclent All right Seelflt lanti inCIAS F MONTGOMERY Tho present and future democratic county attorney of Casey Ho has been efficient and faithful and the democrats are going to elect him in November MATRIMONIAL George L Conder aged 24 and b1 Myrtle Cora Bailey 21 both of the East End were joined heart and hand peat0blessings over attend them Mr Luke Carpenter and Miss Rose Dunn Sandidge both of Iluetonvll- went to Danville Thursday and we gotahis father had also takgn unto hlmsell congratulatYea n vllle where a dainty lunch had been prepared for them The two had been hokthey took their marriage vows announhca es Lyrat the beautiful country home Raids near Stanford Oct 19t Miss Pennington is ono of qirhsplendidme being engaged in till drug busi with his brother Mr Frank Lee who married Miss Bottle Rochester o quiIr be invited on account of the recent of an aunt of the bride In the parlors of the Phoenix Hotel Lexington Thursday Mr L T Carpenter and Miss Julia Stagg were wed in wedlocks holy bonds It had een an open secret for some time that two hearts would beat as one soon but coming so suddenly it sur not n few of their closest friends are wellknown people of Huston le and we hope and believe they have tho right move Miss Julia is one ourfwon and hand should feel that luck lepj dough and abundance of sense to aucfe President Tafts speechmaking Itln erary will bo continued this week take g him through Iowa Nebraska Col and Utah The presidential par will finish the week at Salt Lake FridayThus enjoying beingtakenGO With A Rush Tho demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney euro Dr Kings New Lifo PillsIs astounding Pennys Drug Store people say they theyfConstipation Indigestion Bilious ness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c I privately instructed each of those to grab tho center of the stage hold it at all hazards For what purpose IntoapatH- ealth Coffee Is the cleverest itation of real coffee ever yet made Shoop created it from pure parched grains molt nuts etc Fine In minutedtree Pennys Drug Store I told them people I wuz wit Cook And didnt it Kit youse a handout Naw theyeo on the Peary aide of controversy Its a hard world In Tho little Candy Cold Cpre Tablets a cajjed Preventlcs will la a few hours LaGrlppoffDrug Store I C f iI J aV b i jmtDANV- ILLE KENTUCKY A Womens Apparel for Fall and WinterThe extensive alterations which have kept our store torn up for the past two months datereadytowearlightedthatfitting rooms and also do all of our alterations in our building The constant increasein our business rendered these improvements and increased space necessary To garments Now goods are coming in on every train from New York and we now have in stock Walesiessus usual we are showing a superb assortment of very handsome plain suits of finest 35i9tsh as Raisin Walnut Artichoke Carat Electric Greys Chickory and all staple col getreseveralatit a point to provide a good assortment of fine suits in extra sizes 40 to 47 bust measure made to fit correctly Dresses are to be a decided feature of this season and we are receiving new ones ev andSilkenOur lines of Cloaks Capes Skirts is being added to every day Ladies Silk Petticoats all entirely new and made from new fresh silks in all the new colors and black beginning at a special quality at 350 and on up to 10 Vc are exclusive agents for Redfern and Warners Rust Proof Corsets and you can have these fitted to you here by on expert at no extra cost Peerless Past Bloch Hos Egyph newestNGEO D WEATHERFORD Ladies Shoe Department1 I17 HENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY I5O Few people In the United Scutes have not beard of the Oouder Journal Democratic all thing felt in all thlngt clean In all thlngi It la ewentlally family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to otter the WtfeKLtf OOUBIKBOURNAL one yen and this paper tat the price named Whore Bend your latacrlptloa forth com btnatton to usnot tc the CourierJour This now addition to ourbig store is now ready for business and is the management of Mr George D Weatherfprd This department will be run on same plane as our other departments and with the same regard for our cus tomers We do not merely want to sell you a pair of shoes we want to make you a friend of the department so that you will buy all your shoes from here and bring your friends To do this we arc going to handle only the best shoes to be had and keep right up to the minute in styles and shapes and sell them at lhe lowest possible prices i I k a P FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS2S6500 Combines AbsoIuteJSafcty with Satisfactory Service Moder n Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS J S Hocker President- S T UarrisVicePresidenl John J McRoberts Cashier H 0 Banghrnan Asst Casbr- WWSaundersBookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid j H Baughman M D Elmore J M Fettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tale RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Mako your home as modern for your family fas a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest raarketjquotationa at any time This can bo accomplished by menus of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small comparedwith tho benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mere Line rate If you ate not at present enjoying telephone service wo KentuckyTennesseel Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL tG TEL CO i t fThe Interior Journal WALTONi1 Democratic Ticket tl Circuit Judge it tForC 8AUFLEY Lincoln t 4ForCommonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN 1 of Mcroir f For State Sonntor- i R L HUBBLE I rtofLlncolneounty I c For llepretentatlve W Pi SHANKS JudgeI1 JForWSBURCH County Attorney 1 For Circuit K Clerk J J D SWOPE For Sheriff W L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Aneitor t JOHN C PEPPLES For superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON I For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNffi For ConttablelBtanford District- I M BRUCEI For MaglstratelCrab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hnttonvllle District J K HELM SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Wnynettmrg District f JOHN G BAUGHI JOE MAGEE lift candidate for Police Judge of Crab Or cbard subject to the action of the demo 1cratteparty and asks your support I lTmquadrennial race for county offi ces in the State of Kentucky is now un der consideration by the people of the entire State In Lincoln county the lists are practically closed Good government at home is quite as essential in fact more essential than good gov administratlonpie directly in proportion to their near contact with it The democratic party basing its fun d mental principles and owing its ex istence to faith in the people for whom subI several aspirants for nomination to a primary election on the 6th of last Fob ruby In this primary practically the whole body of the party participated The selection was made according to the fairest method that can be conceiv ed It is not often the case that the whole bodyof a people mikes a radical t mistake In this instance the gentle men chosen are representatives of the wishes of either the majority or of the highest number of those participating of a party respectable in numbers m chararter and influence Some of these representatives have heretofore proved theirefficiency and trustworthi ness Conceding to the gentlemen who- opothem much that may be claimed for them by the partiality of friends J1 it can not be urged that they are fitter for public trust than the democratic nominees The democratic party is satisfied with them and earnestly com f mends each and all of them to allof u the people There can be no reasona ble doubt that will receive the hearty support of the entire party It is ir conceivable to suppose that any gentleman who participated in the primary of Feb 6th does not feel himself mor ally and politically bound to cast his vote and exert his influence in behalf of the nominees This he engaged to do when he took part fo tho election and it will not bq presumed that any man will be guilty of treachery or bad faith The moral obligation to abide the result of primary is greater than the obligation which flows from there salt of a convention In the former all participate Inthe latter only a few We urge the democrats of the county td rub up their harness preparatory to the contest which is now m us The INTERIOR JOURNAL will do its part faithfully if not ably TUB civilized world seems to bo un able to live without Cooks It was Captain Cook who first sailed around the world and it was Dr Cook who first nailed Old Glory to the North Pole And a cook still remains the ruler of the household TilE interest shown lOver the g country in Governor Johnspna game fight for life indicates that he is one of the nations really great men If he recovers we shall be hearing more off him in the years to come i IF the new administration takes a fall out of a few more of Ut Roosevelts the rhinoceros killer will make citlaeaonifew roars u A to + TWBNTVFOUR widowsdreeeed in black some of them with children satin a row in the Federal Court at Pittsburg the other day Their hus mineI50000 each The accident seems to have been needless and avoidable and the widows have good cases against the concern but to meet present need and avotdlho laws delay they compro raised their claims for 500 to liOD eacl There ought to be some redrew insuch cases besides law suits in which those with money have the advantage of those with none It is stated that the railway accidents alone in this country kill annually as many adult men as there are in a town of 30000 people and every 1000 men killed means almost 1000 foolish law suits or compromises for sums pitifully small TUB Commodore trip to the North Pole and the hardships that he and his gallant little banden dured is thrilling to an intense degree Like the novel that ends without a satisfactory disposition of tho parties involved the narrative is disappoint ing in that it does not state bow the pole looks what proof there was that it was really tho pole and give the surroundings generally As the alleged discoverer is going to write a book he probably received the best of the story to be given in It TilE superiority of Democrats over Republicans best attested by the Re publicans themselves Let any played out disappointed old hack on tho Democratic aidewho has lost the last chance to connect with an office turn over to the Republicans and be is look ed upon by them with wonder and ado miration and given the chief places In the organization to the exclusion of the honest republicans who have borne the brunt of the fight for year IN a speech at St Paul President Taft paid high tribute to Gov Johnson lying he joined in the prayers that his life be saved The president said the governor was a man whom tho State and could not afford to lose and added His ability his great codrag and his common sense can not bo spar ed He is too valuable to the people of his State and to the people of his nation who doubtless will insist in time that he shall serve them JUDGE SAMUEL H COWAN ot Fort Worth Tex the attorney of the Na tional Live Stock Association and the Texas Cattle Raises Association says that the cattle market is now short 1000000 head of cattle and beef prices will bo higher this winter than when the cow jumped over the moon Holy Moses is there no help for the helpless poorl POLITICAL Former Vice President Fairbanks delivered an eulogistic address at the Manila Methodist church on the life work of President McKinley Gus Brown was nominated for State Senator in the democratic primary In the 10th Senatorial district His opponents were R W Owen and Edward Shelman President Taft had a lively visit to Chicago After being put through all kinds of paces ho attended the ball game between the Cubs and the Giants He said ho was for Cincin natiThe condition of Gov Johnson continues critical He slept several hours but it was announced that tie was just holding his own and the chances were about even for his recovery dove Johnson was unable to retain chain pange on his stomach and carbonated water is his only nourishment Harry L Buckley a newspaper man of Philadelphia who was carrying a message from President Taft to Seattle In a relay automobile race under thee auspices of the Philadelphia Press was killed when the automobile in which he was speeding was wrecked near Leba non Pa The race has been abandon edThe Irish land bill which was introduced in the British Parliament on March 30 by Augustine Birrell Chief Secretary for irelarid passed through Its final stage in the House of Commons by a vote of 174 to 51 The House of Lords probably will pass the measure after modifying the clauses regarding compulsory acquisition of land The birthday of President William H Taft September 15 was remembered by King Edward who sent the Icon Arthur Walsh his master of ceremonies to the American Embassy with the request that his majestys sincere sangratulations ba conveyed to the President Mr Tafts reply was re ceived at the Embassy and forwarded- to the King in Scotland The suggestion of Gov Sanders of Louisiana to the Governors of other States that they urge the farmers to hold their cotton for higher prices is apparently meeting with favor among the majority of these executives Several responses have been received at- the executive offices at Baton Rouge sanctioning the VWB of Gov Senders and promising perhaps similar procla mations Gov Sanders recently issued an address urging the holding of the staple by the planters of Louisiana c 0 l The Road To Suopess has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success to day demands health but Electric Bit tars Is the greatest health builder the world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kid neys bowels purifies and enrIches the blood and tones and invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Flitters It weak rundown or sickly Only 60c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 80 P A A M will meet In stated communication eAch lint And thlnl Monday nights olcneh month at laa oclock In theIr hnll on main strttvut Stanford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlngton He- oFARMS I FOR SALE 1 JI wish to soil privately my farm of C3 acres nt Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four mill from McKluney on It good IDroom dwelling good barn cellar spring house sinewatereto Lnna 11 In h lib ltall orcul tlvatlon Also have four other small farms for sate All well Improved Terms ails factorynOBIITLWStanford Ky It F O No 8 I I POSTED IWe whose names appear belOw strictly hunting nshlng or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violator to the full extent of the law lllw Mattlo Howes KelchAnbitch Bros TraylorIl Will Jlester H O Nunnelley- J Wi imuihmnn JW Peck J E Bruce David Mtevenl J John Oamenisch WmOordler lan Traylor M D Elmore FredllandorfIJ F Miner Mr and Mrs Ju II Had A Klbusa Sirs N J HortonI InGtOIogAnVHer Father Leo DrOG Perry 141illaughmanUdahAlbrlght Mrs Margaret Oooch Jacob uander Gee a VII Trnylor Ham Roberts John Jufvr Amend Bchoefe- rKT M JHofmannBeailey A H Matheny OwsIeyMItU WatkinsHTHarrisJOHundley 11 flOrow Mrs Nannie II Good O K McOlure Anderson Oarr Anton Honccker VoufruenlganT CarpenterNJohn H Lee D8ovltra- Uhrlltlan Jacob Tom Perrlll w1v1ltman Fred lark r o t 4f X i t rf r t i tr ft I V i I l iL Finej3Dur selection of Ladles are indeed beautiful and if you do Y 1 not wear a pretty Shoe it is not kbfrr r fault The quality is theyery best- the styles are perfect I Suede 5 cloth or indeed kid tops A to E wide at 31 35O and 4 the pair r io 14 r r iktP f ytMAkvf ij f l te- r arvqr 1iit iiJphJ to r I U Y J 1 H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky u u Look Look Lookcx Just received complete liuo of Fall and Winter Shoes for Men Women and Children in Patents Vicis Gun Metid Ox Blood and Box CoIf More styles than ever shown here before Prices are always the lowest 1 ItSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Stanford Garage Machine Go j INCORPORATED I AUTOMOBILES FEEggqTTEJS t GASOLINE ENGINES- CRUBIJERS FARM IMPLEMENTS AUTOMOBILES FOR j RENT if B NORTFfCOTT Will gay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce Scrap1 t Iron and Rubber i 4yNH B NORTHCOTT Stanford aA O L Penny B H Coffoy K H Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP TRY OUR Talcum Powdere Sponges Bath Brudicsj Toilet null Bath Soaps AND ESPEQIALLY Oiiflco Cold Soda Water with Jcrtey Cream and Fine Fruit Flavors PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ImBe B 3F3BBE9E1 If you want the Bet Drill made try the JHoosier F9r saler by E T PENCE STANFOi EY I talb i r sansiii efPAdays Tho Coffee with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For the next 30 we will give v d 1 fJFive Pounds Coflbe at 35o 81 75 i INjckoV Dip Coffee Pot at 8150 i60 N wky2rI For thirty days you rave J 1 5 4GIVE r ITA TRIQL I GEORGE HP lFARR1 StanfordJ hI v NEW DRESS GOODS Neil Fall weaves and shades in Fill Dress Goods just in ft4r J New Trimmings vv i lt J ly4tSo havotho newest trimmings to match the new dress goods J 1 New Ginghams I fclno new Ginghams arc very pretty and como in tho rich Fall shades 4r a i rt r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYe 1 jThe a Interior Journal j STANFORD KY SEPT 21 1909 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar we Ill IB 1 I rdPERSONALS JOHN OWSLEY REID ls still quite illS MRS J So OWSLEY JR is convales sing A M PENCE Is on crutches having a sprained anklo MRS DAY TRAYLOR attended State Fair at Louisville S M OWENS of McKInney took Into the State fair lut week WESLEY EMBRY attended the State fair at Louisville last week MR CHARLES GATJJFF of Williams burg visited Mitt Minnie Sine MRS MARY OWENS of Danville been visiting her many friends here MESDAME3 A M AND FRANK 1I UNN spent several days at the State Fair MIss MINNIE RUPLEY has gono to s tSt Augustine Fla to teach this year MESSRS LILUURN GOOCII and II Anderson and wife attended tho State fairtMRS JAMES LYNN a n- s ber of Improvements on her coup homefMR ASHDY M WARREN was up im Louisville Sunday to see his mother and sitters MISSES SUE ROUT and Mary finico attended the State Fair Friday and Saturday MRS CLEVELAND ROSE of Gnrrard was the guest of Mrs J C Euban her sister COUNTY CLERK GEO B COOPER Is drinking the health giving waters of Olympian Springs TilE Current Events Club will meet with Mrs J B PAxton Thursday ternoon at 230 oclock liON W II SHANKS was in Louisville last week looking after his inter rata in the speakers taco Miss BERTA JEAN PENNY leaves today for Ward Seminary Nuhvll- v loGwhero she will attend school DRT S KENNEDY and wife Stearns have located here where the doctor will practice his profession MRS S D BAUTLEY received tho- flremlum far the best hand embroidered wal t at tho Kentucky State Fair p Mall W J DoziER and little ion hays returned to their Mississippi homo Miss Dora Pence accompanied them W MASON MORUIS wife and son of Uuskcgrc Okla are with Mr AsoplIWarren left yesterday morning North Hampton Mass to enter ach 001nay MESSRS W P GRIMES wife and children and Mr J L Beazlcy wife and lon were in Louisville last we ekter WALLACE SINGLBTON Is carrying the mall on Rural Route No 1 while John F Engleraan Is enjoying his 15day lay offREV J W HAGIN wife and ch- irgnwho i j have been spending the Sum mer In Stanford returned to Coving ton Friday MIS3EDITH WADE who has been so fjourning at Niagara Falls and other points on the Atlantic coast has re turned home BORN to the wife of Clarence Cole man of Louisville a son Clarence Cle= roan Coleman The youngster makes R one more democrat In tho land MRS CHAS J KITCHEN JR return e to Ashland Friday Her aist Mtea Sue Taylor Engleman acco panled her home And Is now her guest W HOCKBB and daughter MlseMiigaret of Kansas City spent several days with Mr J S Hocker and family Little Miss Mary Hocker companledthem HON J M ALVERSON took Mr andago apdkrs J F Curnminsn J S MiMes SallIe T Woods Lucy Leo W ton and Ida Pettus to Richmond and Sunday in his auto and th ycouch all enjoyed greatly rLOCALS PURE cannel cqal at J H Baugtiman CpM Try a load EXPERT wprkman on engln09ca can basecured by application to the 4Stanford Garage 8t Machine Co i itIday for filing turnpike miscellaneous Also and merchants claims against Lincoln county George B Cooper County th- Clerk T rt a SEE those school shoes at Cummins I tk WearenaLET I your darn and tobac co W A Tribble Stanford FOR Jewt tobacco sUcks I Felix White Stanford Phone 04I T FOR RENTFour room cottage with four acres of ground In good portionlEd Hubbard TUB Ladles Aid Sndetythe Pres byterian church will meet with M Bottle McKInney at 230 Friday afternoon eaaI WILL be at the bank each Saturday collect the taxes for the Crab Orch and Graded School Penalty goes on Oct 1 George W Bronaugh liON W 11 SNeNKShas been Injted to speak to the confederate nohasxt d SUIT E E SNYDER of the L has given Agent JM Rice a porter serve his office at this place and Mr Rico has given the place to Bill Lewis Colored FOR RENTMy farm of 200 acres he Walnut Flat section 50 acres for torry ord Ky ALL claims against tho estate of M Lucy Cash presented to me properly prpyen and verified at the First Nation al Bank Stanford Ky will be paid H C Baughman Exor a eeFAtL and Winter samples now ready for inspection If you want a tomo suit or overcoat let H C Itupl tho practical tailor take your order Fit and satisfaction guaranteed Saulafat Seattle Wash shows t ho and his wire are taking in the sights at the big fair Mr Soufloy It will bo remembered is telegraph editor of the Frankfort News L PHILLIPS charged with eed atoan placed In jail Sunday by Mr GT Holm Phillips had n wife and six children when ho virtually committed raps TilE Modern Brotherhood of Amenl Lodge was organized Wednesday night Sept 15 at Rowland Kentucky w 30 members present Tho followi were elected officers and installed Wand n Sprinkles pres Tom Plummer vice pres Bright Ferrill Sect Frank chaplafor1n1with watchman Reuben Mcltln sent Bright loe rill Dawson Barnett and Win Harris were elected trustees Af the eaters wore installed tho lodge moved to adjourn till next Monday night Sept 20 when Bro Wlldein the organizer has several moro new member to bo voted on and accepted IT scema to be the rule with the publican Machine of Lincoln county meet every Saturday and nomin some lamb for laughter We wend who will get the jailer and assess or plums next Saturday that are echedulsto be pulled off by the republican steam boyshave jbepretty tough boys to have to be Ii jummachine of the republican party in LlnJIcoin but you have to bow In humblo submission upon bended knees to it Jr 5 Popuc SALE Beginning at 10 o clock prompt at tho Methodist Parson Stanford Ky I will on Saturday thnl8 Q bed room sot 22 folding beg sanitary 26 Brussels Drugget18 In- ftraln dragger matting on 3 rooms safe dining room chairs extension table 7 rockers cooking stovo lawn mower r jUIIrms sums under 10er over 10 on tour months time negotiable note payablo In the iff Lincoln County National Bank Special terms will bp made the Everything ROes to the highest bidder iff have 5X worth of books Bomqof which I will sell privately Remember t ate Sfomky Ocfo 2 at lOA W Barker Stanford Ky I R6R eta Rik rs It Is Your Move Wo have been hunting around for tho moat CO days getting together a magnificent stock of Cloaks Suits Skirts Underwear Blankets Carp ts Etc We want you to come in and look them over and see how reasonable the prices We have confidence in tho quality of our goods and knowing fho prices low wo therefore take pleasure in showing them BUSTER BROWN childrens shoes Cummins Wearen i ALFRED BRIGHT colored was In jail yesterday for drunkennessI PHONE No 188 youwant nlng and plumbing done W K War nor LOST DAY Sept 13th ono largo red steer weighing over 1000 b Last seen on Hustonvillo pi Notify M 3 Farris Danville Ky rIFwe had the ordering of It We could not Improve on this delightful Fall weather The days Bro perfect nights just right for refreshing sleep Tutu trial of J F Hazelwood charg Red with selling Intoxicating liquors in a local option community is set Wednesday before County Judge 0 vs leygBILL LEE tho acknowledged head of blind tiger operators js again bah the Lars of the Stanford jail where againsttS OPENING of Fell and Winter millinery ono Thursday Sept 30 Everything Everyinders 5 FALL PPENING Noel Sisters kin Iyed Invite ou to attend their annual Fall PnI Sept 25 1y at Danvlllo Ky 2t WE keep everything good for t School Kids lunch basket Try pure sugar stick candy Just received a fresh shipment of Karavan coffee HoppereYLIGHTNING Gasoline Engines Wild Strong whirlwind feed cutters and blowers Lightning crushers and grind banhato ers gas to ford Garage Co WHAT become VL Gordis candidacy for assessor that vre cucnat at splendid democrat Mr John PepplesI the nominee for assessor and we do blame him for using such good judgrment M landcaof acres ht room dwelling two good stock barns howragie vo good cisterns the whqlo farm bqlng well watered well fenced and Jays well sell as a wholo or cut 200 acres improvements to suit purchaser boltrayowlto a bargain See L R Hughes Stan ford Ky Tile following gentlemen have been chosen by tho election commissioners to conduct the election on November 2i Stanford NolB W Glvenseheri- Wearen Hughes judge Hart Luce htoperStanford No 3R M Newland J B Baileys judge J J Mc Roberts clerk J L Jaryis judge Stanford No 4Jlm Haley eherJTa Wm Logan judge II J Darst clerk hn Pritchett judge Crab Orchard No lF Shaw shcr 1- 1lilY Thomas Lyne judge P E Parrish dges John Sutton clerlf Crab Orchard No 2eo Holmes sheriff E D Pennington judge Adam Petrey judge W K DIIHon clerk Waynesburg No IJ M Hubble sheriff W D Johnson judge W R Singleton judge Hendricksflay clerk Waynesburg No 2JC Leach sheriff 6L B Smith judge Boor o Flint judge R M Rignoy clockWWaynesburg No 3W sheriff E G Baugh judge Abetco James judge William Butts clerk 333 Hmtpnvlllo No 1J P Gppde dge John Lynn sheriff W D Hockl ReIiuetonvllloCleveland Dunn Judge John Burton judge J B Honaker clerk Huatonville No 3 Arthur Hill sher Arthur Carter judge erryTombsI PrJluihvriffW M Duncan judge Ji Mc ubble judge James Elliott clerk CASHIER W M BRIGHT has our thanks for a number of Issues of Chi redcage papers WATCH for Buster Brown and his tindog TIge They are coming Cum Wearcn M B BKI r V iH HANDMADE corn knives 25 cents and King Charm barn door rollers and track at George D Hoppers leeDIAMOND LosTSets inscrew In knife blade Can bo worn either In ring or pin Reward if returned to this office iDdMIss MAGGIE S cnA will be in her photograph gallery this week but will be there promptly next Monday Sept 27th forFoR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot garden barn lot and barn on Loan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds lhoTul Ladies Missionary Society of the church will meet with Miss An nle psblorlr Friday afternoon at 230 A full attendance requested as bus ness of importance is to be looked af ter I WILL sell privately all medical books and instruments one good baggy horse all poultry and Incubators Have plac all accounts in hands of P M Mc for collection Mrs L Bab Cook Admix TRADEOars tayFOR 16 horsepower Nichols traction en I IJron or address 0 W Potts Richmond Ky TUB L N has made a ballast plat erform along the side of the old Carpen ter House site which is a great im provement Why not Supt Snyder give us a splendid new depot on the site and make Stanford and Lincoln county people happy Y The lot Is an ideal spot JUDCETheVeDr R L Davisons ofHco last Saturday and nominated Mr Grant North of the West End for county thatntNorth was turned down by the county convention here several weeks ago that was controlled by the republl can machine and quite a howl went up from Mr Norths friends and In order to pacify him and his friends they hand ed him an empty honor by nominating him against that splendid and capable official Judge James P Bailey who made Lincoln county one of the best county judges it ever had61r Nor Is a good republican a clever genii man and stands well in Lincoln count as a citizen and it is a great pity to J slaughter such a delightful lamb but it o- ilcan not be helped The committee 4 will meet again next Saturday to no nate a candidate for jailer Mr The- N Butt who was given the nomfaatl coRthanks Wo knew all the time that too much good sense to go against 3 great sprinter clever Unc ink Farmer NOW Bro Terry wh- e have been tolling tho people seems to have been proven true has ft not If you want a real nomination e the Lincoln county republican machi not the people It Is tho weak nerves that are cry g out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heartor Kidneys That is wrong VitalIze these weak Inside nerves vrlth Dr Shoops Restorative and see ho fast good health will como to yo again Test It and see Sold b x Pennys Drug Store meY free farm list of 250 Kentucky and Ohio farms 113 acres Richwqod Ky 8000 470 acres partly Ohio river hot Kentucky side 15000 45 acres alton Ky 2200 Write today for mplete list Frank R Crowe E 4th St Cincinnati 0 S JIIymedy No opium no chloroform harsh sold by StoreD J Whom It May Concern will apply to the Kentucky Hoard of etFrauklortKyontkUtTuecduy to paroledFAULKNKIl KVINNKDY Sept 11 lies 3I = NEW PERCALES jYou will want to get busy sewing when you we the new patterns iilper caleaea V Merrimac Suiting J Is n new Fall Wash Fabric and conies in a nice rango of patterns anil col ors at tOe yard 1- Roribaix Suiting Is also a new 1000 production in wash goods It resembles the woolen goods very much Price 15c l II L11 Hughes T W Humble W O Martin u 1 i F I tl GttdSt II I t I We arc receiving Fall Goods every day Ginghams In s Plaids Stripes c Shove in Patents Vicis c Outings Flannelettes a full line of Blue Grass Madras Percales Novelties mostly in jet jiice line of Ribbons a full line of Under treat Gentlemens Shine a full line of Serges in all colors for jSchool Suits Cand other things too numerous to mention We invite your inspection You will find our prices right r- Yalour goods the best that the market can furnish fi GHES ARtIN CO bry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY The Dixon To bacco Savers This Stove ia what tobacco men use in their barns The tobacco will cure brighter andsell for more money You can begin stripping onerYou dan put t to J in your barns i Call and see them I W H tiTGGlNS Stanford Kentucky Grp MtRftpRP nrlsr eMMe te e e eAhMS I A rvvvvvvvnyOther people are living comfortably Why should not youISJ It Is so simple when you think it over People live happily sad alwayss4 comfortably because they dont worry It you money Iu i4 12Olore is something WE KNOw a dollar In tho bank draws others 4atlump sums como to our bank and deposit it Get n book of tZsilverfallingwith us and call our Bank Your Bank IIIr BankYt Of Stanford K ntMckY Capital 5OOOOOO Surplus 4000000 Resources 3400000O H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH HCCARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVYS DIRECTORS B CarterjlStanfordJbhnvBkin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek I f I t- I 4The Interior Journal MI f i t I CIIIK+ NollHouthllt6PILNo at South 1100 A M ilNo24 North 440 A x North 6S7 P K No r 1047 AM Nol10rK- Jos S RICE Agont 6A S PRICESu- rgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY f Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building t FARM FOR SALE I J The farm of 140 pores of good hluo gross sand mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of wntor fruit Also liS acres of timbered land one mile Knit of McKlnney hnlf under fence plenty of rat r and good tobncco lend Nee grow UK crop JAaiVKNHAgcnt McKlnney Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken a tailor of ex perience Then your dlotheswbetheralow- x clotheswillharethat Individuality the finest evening and III which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will alto talte your meat ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coat I and overcoats Spring and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection 110 RU PLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut dowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on shot IIltl eAlw make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have nl kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices + OIIRI8TMAX OUREN HOUSES KD llUUBARD PBOB Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco andTobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 38 OHlce P5 Insure with me and be fully protected SWfTuMIBUY taW Ilnu 1YOURHIDES FURS rIiCollenare Dealers aid can do better for thin events or conmiuion merchlnt- Rtlercnce any Bank in Louiiville shippingtapM SABEL SONS CTaUtHID IN lesS 229 E Market LOUISVILLE I- CYINSURANCE RBMAHONY- Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Lightning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount JlBeazleyCo Undeitatcers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingBRugB They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds pf Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JC McClary Undertaker Embalmer Dealer inlHarness Saddler STANFORD KY KOUe PhoneleT IIomePhon 5 1 FARMERS DEPARTMENT William McKechnle sold a mule colt for 78- Winter seed oats for sale W D Hanson Moreland 4L Preston Beck bought two mule colts at Danville yesterday at 90 Fifty or CO stock hogs forsale Coul ter McCormack Middleburg J II Woods bought of Whitts two suckling mule colts at 60 and 90 L P Nunnelley sold to Cabbell Den ny of Lancaster 201000 pound cattle at 4jc Preston Beck bought of J G Liv ingston and Sam Chandler a mule colt at100We 35 or 40 No1 feedinghogs- for sale at once Lutes Co Huston villc Ky J S Murphy of McKinney has WW or 700 bushels of New Columbia seed wheat for sale Land Buchanan bought of various parties 10 lambs at 4c lot of hogs ut 6c 20 heifers at 3 to 3c John G Lynn of the West End sold n car load of mixed cattle in Cincin nati at SI to Gc and a lot of hogs at 860 FOR SALE About 60 tons of good timothy hay in stack will have baled as soon as can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky R F D No1 An aged yellow Jersey cow free milker but with one blind teat left my place Tuesday Aug 3 Please notify N W Fowle Rowland Ky J G Livingston and Sam Chandler sold to a BryanUville party a suckling mule colt by W R Dishons jack at 100 W H Boone sold him one for 110 CATTLE MENII have 200 acres oft fine pasture 2J miles from Lancaster dn Richmond pike will graze cattle a 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 Hog cholera costs fanners of the United States 40000000 annually ac cording to estimates presented at the closing session of the Interstate Asso- cIation State Boards of Livestock Commissioners in Chicago- A red steer weight about 600 pounds with horns and red paint on right hip got in my bunch as I was leaving Stanford Monday Owner can get same by paying for this notice and his keep W E Moss Lancaster Ky DANVILLE COURTA large crowd attended the Danville court yesterday and considerable business was transact ed mule colts were In demand and they went like hot cakes at 65 to 110 Aged mules were slow at 100 to 125 I and horses In demand at 75 to 160 I Cattle were brisk at 2Jc for butcher stuff to 6Jc for best yearlings and two year olds It was the best court day Danville has had in several years It took a big man to put through the pool of 190607 it takes a big man to voluntarily surrender 10000 and Clarence Lebus has done both If there was any lingering doubt that he v as the right man in the right place it is now removed and every tobacco grow er In the Burley district should join the pool T L Carpenter the HustonvSlle Ky turfman came to Louisville yesterday to be on hand for the opening of the State Fair and incidentally he reported the following thoroughbred foals drop ped at his farm this year Bhr Bay filly by Imp Royal FlushCa lashs dam byICarpenter thinks the Cesarion colt I ono of the best he ever raised and in breeding his pedigree is hard to beat as his granddam is the famous mare Hattie S the sister to Belvidere and Dixon that produced the highclass race horse Col Bill It is the famil of Blues Blue Girl Salvidere Fayette and scores of other celebrated take winnersCarpenter has now only one yearling a bay filly by Cesarlon out of Ambro eta by Hanover which he has reserved for n broodmare but before retiring her he will have her trained and raced He says J C Reid at his home town also has two extra good coming yearlings this season both chestnut cotta o one by Santon out of Fleeting Mo ments II by Fabulous and the other ImpOgden ter to Fayette Reid is a brother to the celebrate- horseman Carroll B Reid who won BrooklyHandicap p n the last 20 years trained and raced many famous horses CourierJournal A Hurry pCall Quick Mr Druggist Quick Abox of Bucklens Arnica Salvo Heros a quarter For the love of Moses hurry Babys burned himself terribly John nlo cut his foot with the axe Mamies sealdedPa cant walk from piles Billie has bolls and my corns ache She got it and soon cured all the fami ly Its the greatest healer on earth Sold by Pennys Drug Store One of the 250 Kentucky and Ohio WaltonYrgood house two barns tenant house 14 acres corn 3 acres tobacco at 3300 Onehalf down Send for 9tI Ir A I IfrxtThe first of the Season in clothes is like thellfirst of else if its good its apt to be n source of more thnu usual because its first The first man who goer out of this store wearing ono of our noV suits or ono of our lino overcoats for Fall is sure to get n lot of pleasure iu It he sill look better dressed than the men mound him holl have a distinction in style and fashion thats quite unusual n Schaffnerl8l t have for us some of the most stunning creations we have ever mind to offer our trade The new grays and blues in suit fubric are attractive many patterns in the wthvo from plain colors in worsted and serges to checks plaids stripes and other pattern weaves Over coats and raincoats too are in many pleasing colors and weaves Youd better bo ono of the first in thorn This atom is the home of Hart Scatlner tfe lialxSUITS 20 to 35 15 to 35 CUMMINS WEAREN Stanford Kentucky STOP THAT ny harlnq oyes ropmerly ratted with grnue font J 1 JIIII Fast lnln M- tHtnnfordKy will supple your needs onu guarantee nlocarries in stock Edison phonographs and the latest records which youcan buy for cash or on monthly lastallmunnte CnI andletwtalk the matter over KYK8TK8TKU KUBK of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my tock of Oro neeesWllllntwareabout il Wsodnmmil 111 health UFO D HOPPKU Stanford Ky Harry Jacobs IXnler In and Manufacturer of Marble lend Granite Monu ments and Posts nnd Lawn MO1KlnnlOfKy JO PER CT REDUCTION c B PRUITT Kentucky da in order to clean on Mat WillgIn bargains close nullIn wall paperuNice selection of trained pictures Now Is your time to buy a handsome mirror Vail and leI them Choice selection of rockers Good line of beds metal and wood metal und wood folding beds cribs cots mattress counches Davenports choirs tablesyaashdooreta Call and see us Well equipped stock of funeral supplies Service or day G D 1UUITT Moreland Ky State University Lexington Ky The Htoto University Lexington Ky oP feN the following courses Agrlcul tural Mechanical EngneeringIvll Engi nearing Electrical Engineering Mining Engineering Classical and seven Hclentlllo courses eacli of which extends over four yearsand leads to n Bachelors degree also n Department of Law amid n Department of Education last has been established Instead of the Normal Hchool Tenons who enter this deportment prepare for advanced work in pedagogy and are granted a Bach campletd ilea Is retained Comity appointees receive troo tuition privilege of xenldonce In the dormitories fuel and light traveling expenses If they remain 10 consecutive monthsorone colleg lute enr The laboratories and museum are large well comprehensive und modern re quired by Congress graduates In the several saunas of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration Tho total number of ma triculates for last year was 1078 Inch de Us head with the necessary number of nsulitants Young women find an excellent home withboard and lodging In Patterson Hail tho modern convonlencesbathroomhalt for physical culture at JJ per week All courses of study In the University are open to women on identical conditions with those applying to males The completion the Agrlculturn1JIlin tlon Ing buildings afford ample and commod ious for these departments which are rapidly lncrcaslngln the number of ma For catalogues methods of obtaining ap potntmenteinformationregardingcourse of study terms apply to JA8 K PATTEBBON Ph U LI P Prej Agenth t1Lro F Two Farms for Sale I One containing 23 acretj good 6 room dwelling pood stock barn and outbuilding all under good fence and every Held well watered 1 acre In young orchard 3 year old II acres In gross all In good state of cultivation raised IM pounds tobacco ant 11 bushels wheat per aero on It last year 1rlce IM Hecond tract of au acres with 2rootu tenant house t foot tobacco hun well watered no acres under new fence tat nnee In line timber 15 acres well cleared fine corn and tobacco land 1rlce Sill Hit noted 8 miles Mouth of Hlanford on Homer set pike Tract No 1 Is on plko No 1 ls I mile tram on county road Addroo or see me at Stanford Ky II O HlilUlY Farm Sale On Danville II pike of 110 acre In Lincoln county Ky fG mile from More land This welt Improved good well nod cistern and abundance of stock water furnished from neverfalling springs Most of farm In I desire to sell thl farm In the next ro daystogetherwiththe stock und crop the stock confining SI high bred Jennets 8 Jacks all ages 10 brood marei 4 registered I registers stallion lB acres of curml5oruJ stocks of tiny farm tag Implements of every description I will sell tiro whole or any par und If I sell the furm without the stock 1 mutt sell not later than to days so as to give me time to mukii ti wile of my slock Also have xuodd mules from work mules down to coils You will Imvoto see thus elate the location and the many advantages of this farm Any person from a distance desiring to see farm can come to More land Lincoln county Ky on the lueen A Crescent route this farm being only about H mile from stationnKINO Moroland Ky Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods PUBLIC SALE linving sold mufarm I will sell to tho highest und at my farm ono hall North of McCreary on the Lan caster and Huckeye turn dke on at 10 oclock A M the following personal property old B maitre family famuil- yuinroUyeareoldthnt live saddle 1 good has to bo a mule mare mice two yearold hornets yearlinghorsestwo to tbreoennohllgoodyollrllngJnok I Rood dx year old rennet wltkinck colt by her side 1 Htx year old Jennet In foalll three enr old Jennet In foal x two year old Jen netsi 8 Jersey cows and cnhelllIIlIk cows i dry cow V good f Jersey bull 1UO barrels of new morn also household and kitchen furniture farm ing Implements sums of 11 dollars or under cash nitsums over 10 dollars the purchas er to give note with goad security said note to be due January le and to bear In terest at the rate of six percent par annum from maturity till paid and to be negotia ble nnd Oarrard flank 4 Trust go otlancaster Ky d1v4JIILL n I First of the season Hart Schaffner Marx Good Clothes Makers anything satisfaction Hart Marx produced exceptionally telfatripci OVERCOATS HEADACHE Stock Moreland The HclenceIsullyprovldedforas nrtUenthasaspecialistat Small for WKDNKbDAYHKITW FOR SALE Notions Grocerie- sHardwarernwaretc about SIjlUU Do ing lair dullness Liberal terms O II HAIUlIHrralt Orchard K1I FOR SALE I FurIWill sell a Clothing oboe and Rents nlshliig Hlorv located In the semi town In lo county A grunt opportunity fur the right man mock luvuleotatiout toAddrvM M JlRrll Interior Journal Htan ford NOTICEI I desire to sell M acres of unimproved land on Cedar creek three miles fromOrnti Orchard 3 acres In cultivation Land nut Unproved but In splendid condition Mae N A UAUNICH It K U No IHtetnford Ky NOTICE I We have moved our produce Idds and poultry business from Myenstable to our store recently purchased of Garland Hln Kleton two doors from We itlll pay cash for till kinds of country produce LAXDt HuiilAKAXHtunford Ky Q D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 961- 8TANFORDKENTUCKY J J BELDEN For House iangtmigOunahdllocksmultlinlng Paper log Hhop opposite clullOt J JBKiDRNHtnnford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared tote all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work will lw guaranteed ami my prices are rea sonable Write me a or cull me over the telephone through the Huftonvllle Exchange WALrtn McKINNEY FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I A fine bluo grass farm for sale situated on Ike near Point Lvavoll nnd Ux mllos south of Lancaster containing Idu acres well located In neighborhood being part of the John alkertract with a hand some new twostory sevenroom residence thereon with all necessary outuulldlngsand good new dons 40x5 Well watered six never failing springs and creek running through TKHUH X cash In hand balance und and two years from da of sale bearing alx percent Interest until Persons looklll for such place write or see W0WALKxaHtnnford REWARDe Having sulTered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking gato latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs furm I have concluded to offorI n reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum of sro for infor motion loading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my galesor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from limo llustonvllle turnpike to the turnpike through my farmand I will give the same amount for Information lending to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of the above offenses Witness my band this 10th day of August IB09 TJIULLHK Farm for Rentfor 1910 I Norm contains ur acres Hrtck house at outbuthlingtanti UlIbofHN1II1remit before dept 1ft tall on larliroroxIt 1 Ths McKlnniy Woolen Mills McKlnniy Ky Is now in operation amid Is ready to serve LlnseyiUlankets IllgbestC II WIUailT Iror Small Farm For Sale 1 9- I desire to toll privately my farm of1acres In Lincoln county miles from HtaDrord auel two ndlea front Maywuod Oil IIhborhooct IlrOclucUt4 u lolDlorrnblhouiiuUiulldliigs Abundance of fine water and fruit of all kind JIINUHTON1t1o CONCRETING tiVearelntositlontodonilkind of con and in fact we can make any hln ruin r house down to a fence Trost Wo cnn serve you promptly and guarantee Ortlall pricebeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky t ALUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE milesWeamid HtnUon acres or rich bluegrass hump orlotnectt Of equalIydiVIdedto r DWELLING HOUSE e on each piece iiito all nooennry outbuild ln The farm lays almost In n square only onunngle in lines There are Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables- one tenant house good water In every field I six with threo streams run sting through whole tract J Steele Carpenter llueto4viuL- xKrEXECUTORS SALE I Of two houses nail lute In Iluionvlllo Ky Hattieltishopdoconuedlwill lluslonvlllc Kynl about the hour of X oclock v M on- HATUHDAY OCT 4 100B biddertho Ita1sMain street and which Includes tho house lothashfoot and extends back about 111 feet andaround to Danville street on which It has n IKstorieslotfrontanalleytwo storerooms Terns are half cash balance 12 mouths YInterestthorurchllierato bo then wade KDWAttU ALOOUN Kxor