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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 21, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909092101_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 21, 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. E53w5n5?S V-- M niiuiiWHHI'mSyr-wwwiyr- yt"ljf J"tW'-nf"".J'- pffty VOL. XXXVII. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1909. NEWS NOTES. Eubanks Is to have n bank with a capital stock of $2Ti,000. An cartliquako occurred at Granada, Spain, causing great alarm, but so far as Is known no damago was (low. The annunl reunion of tho Society of tho Army of tho Cumberland will bo held In Chattanooga on October 13 and 14. y'Jl Wl v . MO. 59. This nnd That. Mrs. Howard Gould lias tried faith fully to skimp sloni on Hint menslcy $3,000 ,a month alimony, but throws up her hands and asks tho court to havo it Increased. Fred Hoidcn, Jr , a former Inspector of tho Mllwaukoo Houso of Correction, has been sentenced to servo ono year in that Institution as a prisoner. Ho was conceived on tho chargo of embezzling $G00 flHisHflHE 1 lisssssssssssssft iM'"kMiH h JiisssssssssssssssRlifissssB far DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. of workhouse funds whilu in- spector. Tho street-ca- r men of Omaha and Council Bluffs went on a strike Sunday over wages, conditions nnd hours of Charles N. Matthews, cashier of the First National Bank, Louisville, died suddenly following an attack of ncuto indigestion. Mgr. Falconlo, the apostolic ilclegalo to tho United States, reviewed a pat- ado of tho Central Verein In Indiana polis. There were 10,000 persons in line. Tho fortieth annivcrsity of tho founding of tho prohibition party will bo celebrated Friday nt Chicago. A parade of 100,000 prohibitionists is planned. Tho police records of Nashville show an average of six and two sevenths ar rests per day for drunkenness since tho prohibition law went Into effect on July SBBBBKtair 'BIBBBBllT?n v. fciBBBBBk QBlBBBBBVr . Tho will of Edward H. llarriman was filed nt Goshen, N. Y. Tho estate Is bequeathed to his widow, Mary W. Harrlman. It Is understood that Mr. llarriman provided for his children death. Tho estate is estimated to be worth from J75.O00.00O to $100,000,-00be-fo- JJ Wt Women's Apparel for Fall and Winter. CHAS. F. MONTGOMERY. Tho 0. It While on a plcasuro trip from Chicago to Milwaukee on tho yacht Mistral, of Chicago, Dr. Joseph Massall, 48 year old, a prominent society man and dentist of Lake Forest and Chicago, fell overboard six miles olf North Point Saturday night and was drowned. Tho situation between Bolivia and Peru has suddenly taken a distinct turn for tho better, and If no further pomnlicntlons arlso it is bellcvod tho question of tho boundry between the two States, which recently tnrcaioncu to plunge them Into warfare, will bo definitely settled within 4S hours. Tho Winchester agreement made by of tho the Uurley tobacco-grower- s Stato was ratified by the officers of tho American Equity and tho Hurley societies. Tho cntiro crop is to be pooled with tho Uurley Society under tho ngrcement. The union of forces will save millions to tho growers, It is said It is reported from New York that Edwin Hawley, who controls the C. & O. railway, has secure! tho Hocking Valley road, a system that owns 1,000 miles of road in tho Stato of Ohio. By tho addition of tho Hocking Valley tho Hawley interests socuro a short lino from tho Ohio Hlvcr to Toledo, through district. a largo d coal-minin- g present and future democratic county attorney of Casey. He has been efficient and fnithful and the democrats arc going to elect him In November. MATRIMONIAL. George I.. Condcr, aged 24, nnd Miss Myrtle Cora Bailey, 21, both of the East End, were joined heart and hand Sunday. Both uro fine young people with a legion of friends. May His blessings ever attend them. Mr. Luke Carpenter and Miss Roso Dunn Sandidge, both of Hustonvlllc, went to Danvillo Thursday and were When they got united in matrimony. on the train at Danville they found that his father had also takgji unto himself a wife and each groom congratulated the other. They went on to Huston ville, where a dainty lunch had been prepared for them. Tho two had been sweethearts for some time and we hope they will always be as happy us when they took their marriago vows. Ur. and Mrs. Hugh itetd nnnouncc the engagement of their niece, Miss Mary l'axton Pennington, to Mr. Virgil Lee, of Middlesboro, to take place at the beautiful country home of the Reids, near Stanford, Oct. 13th. Miss Pennington is one of Stanford's lovable and most charming young girls and Is loved by all who know her, while Mr. Lee is one of Middlesboro'a splen did young business men, ut the present time being enguged in tho drug busi ness with his brother, Mr. Frank Lee, who married Miss Bettiq Rochester, of this place. The wedding will be a quiet one, only relatives and intimate friends will be invited, on account of the recent death of an aunt of the bride. In tho parlors of the Phcenlx Hotel, Lexington, Thursday, Mr. L. T. Car penter and Miss Julia Stagg were wedded in wedlock's holy bonds. It had been an open secret for some time that these two hearts would beat as one soon but coming so suddenly, it sur prised not a few of their closest friends. Both are people of Huston' ville, and we hopo and believe they have mado tho right move. Miss Julia is one of the finest young women in our knowledge and he who has won her heart and hand should feel that luck has come his way. Mr. Carpenter is an exceedingly clever man, with lots of "dough" and abundance of sense to take care of it. May success and sue cess again bo with them to tho last. Ly-mwell-know- n this year. Another $2,000 was sent by the Amr lean National Bed Cross Society to 1 American Consul Kenna at Montery, Mex., to bo used for tho benefit of the flood The extensive alterations which have kept our Htore torn up for the past two months are now completed and we inyite you to the largest, bust lighted and most up to date ready-to-wedepartment in Central Kentucky. "Wo havo over 5,000 square feet of Moor space devoted entirely to ladies' and children's garments, and all so well lighted that you can sec what you buy like it was out of doors. We have three dressing and fitting rooms and also do all of our alterations in our building. The constant increase in our business rendered these improvements and increased space necessary. To properly fill this big room wo have purchased by far the largest lino of ladies garments we have ever had. New goods are coming in on every train from "New York and we now have in stock over 100 entirely now Tailored Suits, in Broadcloths, Serges, "Worsteds, Wide "Wales, Tweeds, Cheviots, Etc., at every price from S12 to $50. As usual we arc showing a superb assortment of very handsome plain suits, of finest materials and linings and absolutely the highest possible grade of Tailoring, at $30, $U5, $10 and up to $50. In this range of suits will be found all this season's newest colors, such as llaisin, Walnut, Artichoke, Carat, Electric, Greys, Chickory and all staple colar sufferers. My Wish (When When Tired.) (New York Times) Not to have to rise, Not to havo to hustle, Not to havo to cat. Not ho h&ve to bustle. Not to havo to think, Not to havo to worry. Not to swim or sink, Not to have to hurry. Utterly The residence of Charles I. Gibson, O., was dynamited. Youngstown, Mr. Gibson is general manager or a sheet and tin plate mill at which a strike is in progress. Bishop William Georgo McCloskey, for 41 years head of tho dioceso of Louisville, ottd the oldest bishop in the hierarchy of tho Catholic Church in An erica, died at tho Preston Park Scminray at Louisville. At Taylorsvillo, burglars cntorod the depot and carried off tho safe, which is a small ono, weighing about 300 money pounds. In it were checks, orders and about $&0 in money, besides milk tickets, excursion tickets, school tickets, family tickets nnd sev- at ' ' -- , , Not to care Nor fear about Not to havo to pay I borrow. What y to-da- t $K , Not to havo to grieve, Not to havo to mourn. Not to seek reprieve, Not to feel forlorn. Not to havo to feign, Not to havo to please, Not to havo to gain, Ambition to appease. Not to feel tho throb, Not to know tho pain, Not to hear tho sob, When others' hopes nro tickets. eral Placarding the neighborhood with warnings that unless tho thrco white men who located in tho strictly Negro townofTaft, Okla., last week, loft town immediately death would be their punishment. Negroes dynamited the store of ono of tho whites in that town. The white merchants declaro they will remain. Tho L. & N. railroad has begun the bridge construction of n double-tracover Salt river atShepherdsvilie, which bridge. will replaco the single-tracTho L. & N. operates n double track from Louisville to Lebanon Junction, and the new bridge will obviate the necessity of maintaining a watch tower there to keep trains from meeting on the bridge. Clarcnco LoBus, president of tho 1,000-mili! k k ors. We also made some large deals in odd lots of fine materials, which enabled us to get some lines of suits to sell at 20, that are exceptional values. These come in several styles and a variety of cloths and colors. We made it 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 arc receiving new ones every "day. The materials are Taffetas, Satins, Crepe, Serges, Prunellas, .Broadcloths and Silk Jerseys. Dresses for house, street and receptions, and prices from $10 to $00. Our 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 $3.50 and on tip to $10. and you can We tire exclusive agents for Redfern and Warner's Rust Proof have these fitted to you here by an expert, at no extra cost. Peerless Past Black Hosiery and Cadet Hosiery at every price from 10c up. New line of novelty bended Egj'p-tia- n scarfs from $2 up, An immense line of New Neckwear from 25c to $2. It will pay you to look at these lines of Ladies' Furnishings as you will always find the newest and something new every day. Cot-gets GEO D. WEATHERFORD Ladies' Shoe Department. This new addition to our big store is now ready for business and is under the management of Mr. George D. Weatherford. This department will be run on the same high plane as our other departments and with the same regard for our customers. "Wc do not merely want to sell you a pair of shoes, wc want to make .you a friend of the department so that you will buy all your shoes from hero and bring your friends. To do this wc are 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 (he lowest possible prices. w '' slain. Nigrht OrTBald Mountain. ' tortured by Asthma, bont on curing him with Dr. King's Now Discovery, that had cured hlinsolf of asthma. This wonderful medlclno soonrolleved undoulcklr cured his nolghborf Later It cured his son's wife of a sovcro lung trouble. Millions believe Its tho greatest Throat and Lung euro on earth. CoUL'h9. Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages nnd Sure Lungs am surely cured by It. Host for Hay Fever, Grip and Whooidnir CoUL'h. 60c and ?1. Trial bottlo freo. Guaranteed by Ponny's Drug Store. Co6k was by wireless at Capo Hace, from tho Oscar 11., In which tho noted explorer asked tho American pcoplo to havo tho fullest confidenco in hU conquest of tho pole. He claimed to havo records of observations mado by him which will prove his discovery beyond doubt For the first tlmo he told of the alleged Injustice dono him by Peary in confiscating his supplies while he was on his journey to tho polo. Ills explanation as to the confidenco ho put In Harry Whitney and tho Instruction that ho gave Whltnoy not to toll Peary of the discovery was concisely made. Commander Peary Is preparing in mil with the Koosovelt to North Sydney, Capo Ureton, having completed tho ship's overhauling at Battle ii. .1... Iln omvfl further details of his polar journey to newspaper correa- Dondenta. .M. Is guaranteed by G, L. Pen-u- y to cure Indigestion or money back, A messago from Dr. d, On a lonely night Alex. Ilcnton of FortKdwards, N. Y., climbed Hald Mountain to tho homo of a neighbor, "Health CoUeo" Is tho ulevorest Imitation of real colleo over yet made. con "We'vo hired a stable to lio In ambush for tho automo- - Dr. Shoop created It from puro parched grains, mult, nuts, etc. FIno In bilidts." What's tho Idea?" llavor is mado in just ono minute. "Wo thought his red whiskers would No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. or matcn me iau loitagu. kind Sample free. Penny's Drug Stote. ! Pains of women, head pains, or any "I told them peoplo I wuz wit' Cook." nalu stopped lu 20 inluute sure, with "And didn't It gic youse a handout?" Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See "Naw; they've on the Peary side of full formula on 25o box. Sold by tho controversy. It's a hard world." Penny's Drug Store. Tho little Caudy Cold Cure Tablets "I tell you Mara wllj be a dead planet ca)ed Preventlcs, will la a tew hours in another million years." safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo. llelleves distressed stomach, belching "Nonsense, " sneered the other sclent- - Try them! Sold by Penny's or gas, Etc, in live minutes. Large ''"All Drug Store. right. SwlfitUa't." ox,,Cc. c. Burlcy Tobacco Society, has issued a in which he relinquished all claims to tho bonus of $10,000 which was voted him by tho district board of the society at the out set of the attempts to pool tho 11)09 crop of Burlcy tobacco, President LcBus said ho turned back tho bonus in order to removo all obstaclo in the way of making this year's pool n success. Tho American workmen employed at tho Pressed Steel Car Company's, plant at Schocnvllle, Pa., returned to their places. They will march under tho American flag and the foreign strikers have betta notified that if insult is offered tho flag death will be tho result. It is believed that a majority of the workmen will bo armed. Tho foreigners threaten to stop attempts of all persons to resume work. Commander Peary gave further details of his trip to tho North Polo. Ho dwelt upon observations taken at tho earth a apex and tho movements of Harry Whitney, the sportsman of New Haven, Conn., who has bearer of rec ords substantiating Dr. Cook's claim of reaching tho pole April 21, 1903. Com mander Peary declined to answer tho question as to whether thcro was an that saw him deposit his records of polar observations wrapped in a piece of silk American flag at the Iole. Peary said that Dr. Cook would be expected by the world to submit his proofs that ho reached tho polo before an Impartial tribunal prior to Mm. card from Lexington Mm President Taft's speech-makinitin erary will be continued this week, taking him through Iowa, Nebraska, Col orado and Utah. The presidential par ty will finish the week at Salt Lake City, where It will arrive late Friday, Thus far the president has been royal ly received, and ho appears to be en jojing tho trip.. The various topics on wmen ne ueciutu to speuK are being taken up systematically. g - i Go With A Hush. ss The demand for tl.ut wonderful Stomach, Liver and Kidney euro, Dr King's Now Life Pills is astounding Penny's Drug Store peoplo say thoy noycr saw tho like. Its because they never fall to euro sour Stomach, Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness, Jaundice, Sick Headache, Chills und Malaria. Only 25o. "I privately instructed each of thoso supes to grab tho center of the stage and hold it at all hazards." ''For what purposed" "That ought to infuse tome life into tho mob scene." HENRY FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines AbsoluteJSafety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. Wc Solicit Your Account.' OFFICER. I. S. Ilocker, President;. S. T. Harris, o"ba J. Moltoberts, Cashier. II. C. Baughman. Asst. Casb'r W.W.Saunders, Bookkeeper, t. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAH FOR DIRECTORS. . H. Baughman, F. Held, M D. Klmore, J. M. Peltus, . K. Cummins, 11. C. Ilaughman, S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, . S. Hocker, W. I). O'Oannon C. E. Tate. Mil. FAUMEU: Mako your homo us modern for your family fus u city residence, and place youreclf in a nosition to get tho latent uiarkctjiuotatioiu have not at any timo. This can bo ucconitHuhcd by means of out telephone service, Pew people la tbe United Btt Democratic l. haird of the which you and your uohjhbora cau get for a sum that u small compared with to all thlnp, (air la all thing, cloao la all tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest ollico or write direct tii things, it U ewentlally a family paper, uy headquurtew, Nashvillo, Teuu., for information regarding our special "Fara special arraugemeut we are euabled to of- mers' Liue" rate. If you ur.o not at present enjoying telephouo service, wo L odd fer tbe WKfeKLV immediately interest you. Our liues cover the States of Kentucky, year and lull paper for the price named cau und Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern iwrtion of Indian above. Bead your lubecrlptloa for the com- Tennessee, EA8T TENNESSEE TEL. A TEU CO. Illinois. bination to uaot sc the Courier-Jou- r Courier-JournaOOUBIER-OUUNA- ONLY $1.50. RURAL TELEPHONES. --. " .r ., ryrj- - - ' The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY, o( Lincoln. Kor Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARQIN, of Merer. KorBtateHenntor, R. L. HUBBLE, ot Llncoln.oiinty. For Itepre sentntlve, W. Hi. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, Twbnty-foo- r The Road To Suoosss widows dressed in black, some of them with children, has many obstructions, but nono so at in a row In the Federal Court at desperate as poor health. Success toPittsburg the other day. Their hus- day demands health, but Electric Bit-tr- s bands had been killed in the Dorr mine Is the greatest health builder the disaster and they had suits pending world has over known. It compels for damages ranging from $10,000 to perfect action of stomach, liver, kid$50,000 each. The accident seems to neys, bowels, purities and enriches the have been needless and avoidable, and blood, and tones and invigorates the the widows have good cases against whole system Vigorous body and the concern, but to meet present need keen brain follow their uso. You and avoid Ihe law's delay they compro- can't afford to slight Klectric Hitters mised their claims for $500 to $1,000 If weak, or sickly. Only 60o. each. There ought to bo somo redress Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store, In such cases besides law suits in which Ihose with money havo the advantago of those with none. It is stated that MASONS' tho railway accidents alone In this country kill annually as many adult Lincoln Lodge No. on F. . A. M. w III meet each tint men as there aro in a town of 30,000 In stated communication on month, at and 7::J third Monday night, of each people, and every 1,000 men killed o'clock In their hull on main strcrrt, Htnnford, Ky. Member of sister lodges aro means almost 1,000 foolish law suits or Invited to be present. T. V. Pen. nington, Hl'O. compromises for sums pitifully small. run-dow- n LADIES' SHOES S MEET. t W.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE w. l. Mccarty ForHherlfT, For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Aessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Htnnford District, JAMES McKECHNIE For ConstnblelHtnnforc District, I. M. BRUCE For MaglstratCrnb Orchard District, J. WARD MOORE For Magistrate lluitonvllle District, J. The story of Commodore Peary's trip to the North Pole and the hardships that he and his gallant littlo band endured is thrilling to an intenso degree. Like the novel that ends without a satisfactory disposition of tho parties involved, the narrative is disappointing in that it does not state how the pole looks, what proof there was that it was really the polo and give the surroundings generally. As the alleged discoverer is going to write a book he probably received tho best of the story to be given in it. FARMS FOR SALE ! I wish to sell privately my farm of ftt aero nt Jumbo, Lincoln County, Ky. four mile, from McKtnney. Has on It good dnelllng. good barn, cellar, spring liouso, nne water, ute. Land Is In high state Also hne four other muall farms for.nle. All well Improved. Term, satisfactory. D.O.Hiri'LK. Htnnford, Ky., 11. K. I). No. 8. Our .selection of Ladies' Fine Shoes are indeed beautiful and if you do not wear a pretty Shoe it is not our fault. The quality is the very best, the styles are perfect, with Suede cloth, or indeed kid tops. A to E wide at $3. $3.50 and $4 the pair. t m ofcul-tlvntlo- n. POSTED. We, whose name, appear below, strictly forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of tres passing on our place, and will prosecute violator, to the full extent of the law. Ml Mattle Hewcs, ltelchenlwich Ilros. A. T. Traylor, Fred llaumann, N. H.lMummer, LllburnUoocli, 11. 0. Nunnelley. Will Hester, J.W. reck. J. W. llaugbman. David Htevens, J. K. Druce, JohnUamentsch. Wtn.Oordler. M. D. K I more. Dan Tray lor, Fred Handorf, UotllbOllck. I). M.Anderson. J.J.Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. J as. II. Kads j.r.Mowr, Mrs. jj. J. Horton A. kimisa Mrs. Ueo. I if an. J.J.II.Elliott. W. Daugherty. Frank Conner, Dr. t). G.Ferry, Iter. Father , H. ll. llaugbman, Uriah Albright A. U. IUJOI Mr.. Margaret Uooch, Jacob (lander (ico.O. (livens. W.H.Tniylor Ham uoDvri., jonn juier. Amend Hchaefer, M.J. Hofmann, A. It. Mntheny K.T. Ileniley L. B. darner. Mrs. J. II. Owsley, II. L. Fagaley. M.J. Morgan, It. O. WaUins, 8.T. Harris, It. Jl.Crow, J. O. Hundley. Mrs. Nannie li. flood, K. McOlure, Anderson Oarr, Anton Itonecker. Frt-W. M. Dlshon. Vondruenlgan T. L. llaugbman. iirs. naie.xuor Mrs. Hebcccn It. Carpenter Nlc Glut.. iuHiis, J.r. Closer, n. Kevler.. John H. Lee. Christian Jacob, Tom Kerrlll. W. W. l'ltman. Fred l'a) k. Ia-o- fry r tf " Kr.. . . -- K HELM.SR M In a speech at St. Paul, President paid high tribute to Gov. Johnson, s tying he joined in the prayers that his JOE MAGEE life be saved. The president said the I. n cnmlldnte for Police Judge of Crab Or- governor was a man whom the Stato chard, subject to the action of the demot cratic party and aska your support. and nation could not afford to lose, and added: "His ability, his great courage The quadrennial race for county offi- and his common sense can not be sparces In the State of Kentucky is now un- ed. He is too valuable to the people der consideration by the people of the of his State and to the people of his entire State. In Lincoln county the nation, who doubtless will insist in time '.. lists are practically closed. Good gov- that he shall serve them." ernment at home is quite as essential, Judge Samuel H. Cowan, ot Fort in fact more essential than good government abroad. Bad or weak admin- Worth, Tex., the attorney of the Na O. L. Penny K. K. Colemnn It. 11. Coffey istration of public trusts affect the peo- tional Live Stock Association and the ple directly in proportion to their near Texas Cattle Raisers' Association, says that the cattle market is now short contact with it. FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. The democratic party, basing its fun-- d 1,000,000 head of cattle and beef prices imental principles' and owing its ex- will be higher this winter than when istence to faith in the people for whom the cow jumped over the moon. Holy aid by whom government is made, sub- Moses, is there no help for the helpless TRY OUR mitted the question of the candidacy of poor! several aspirants for nomination to a Talcum Powders, POLITICAL. primary election on the Cth of last Sponges, Former Vice President Fairbanks In this primary, practically the Hath llruehes, whole body of the party participated. delivered an eulogistic address at the The selection was made according to Manila Methodist church on the life Toilet and Rath Sortps the fairest method that can bo conceiv- work of President McKinley. AND ESPECIALLY Gus Brown was nominated for State ed. It is not often the case that the whole body of a people mikes a radical Senator in the democratic primary in Our Ico Cold Soda Water with Jereey Cream mistake. In this instance the gentle- the 10th Senatorial district. His opaBBBBBBBjBBBBBBBBS and Fine Fruit Flavors, r men chosen are representatives of the ponents were R. W. Owen and Edward wishes of either the majority, or of the Shelman. highest number of thoso participating, President Taft had a lively visit to of a party respectable in numbers, in Chicago. After being put through all Some of kinds of paces he attended the ball chararter and influence. these representatives have heretofore game between the "Cubs and the proven their efficiency and. trustworthi- Giants." He said he was for Wv Stanford, Kentucky. Just received n complete liuo of Fall and Winter Shoes for Men, Women ness. Conceding to the gentlemen who oppose them much that may be claimed The condition ot Uov. Johnson con- and Children in Patents, View, Gun Metal, Ox Wood aud Box Calf. More for them by the partiality of friends, tinues critical. He slept several hours styles than ever shown here before. Prices are always tho lowest. it can not be urged that they aro fitter but it was announced that he was just for public trust than the democratic holding his own and the chances wcro nominees. The democratic party is sat- about even for his recovery. Gov. isfied with them and earnestly com- Johnson was unable to retain chara- mends each and all of them to all of pange on his stomach, and carbonated the people. There can bo no reasona- water is his only nourishment. KY. Harry L. Buckley, a newspaper man ble doubt that will receive the hearty support of the entire party. It is it of Philadelphia, who was carrying a conceivable to suppose that any gentle- message from President Taft to Seattle man whe participated In the primary in a relay automobile raco under the of Feb. 6th does not feel himself mor- auspices of the Philadelphia Press, was ally and politically bound to cast his killed when the automobile in which ho (INCORPORATED.) vote and exert his influence in behalf was spteding was wrecked near Leba of the nominees. This he engaged to non, ru. The race Has been abandon do when he took part in the election, ed. and it will not be presumed that any The Irish land bill, which was intro man will be guilty of treachery or bad duced In the British Parliament on faith. The moral obligation to abide March 30 by Augustine Birrell, Chief the result of a primary is greater than Secretary for Ireland, passed through the obligation which flows from the lt its final stage in the House of Comof a convention. In the former all mons by a vote of 174 to 51. The participate. In the latter only a few. House of Lords probably will pass the If Drill We urge the democrats of the county measure after modifying the clauses to rub up their harness preparatory to regarding compulsory acquisition of FARM the contest which is now on us. The land. ?. Interior Journal will do Its part The birthday of President William H. i. faithfully if not ably. Taft September 15 was remembered by -:- -:- i King Edward, who sent the Hon. unTub civilized world seems to be Arthur Walsh, bis master of ceremo able to live without Cooks, It was nies, to the American Embassy with Captain Cook who first sailed around tho request that his majesty's sincere the world and It was Dr, Cook who congratulations ba conveyed to the Tho Colleo with tho Strength, Flavor mid Aroma. For the next 30 days first nailed Old Glory to the North President. Mr. Taft's reply was rePole. And a cook still remains the ceived at the Embassy and forwarded we will givo ruler of the household. to the King In Scotland. Five Foundri Colleo lit 3f3o 81 75 The suggestion of Gov. Sanders, of Will Ray, THE interest shown ull over All the 1 Nickel Dip Colleo Pot t 81.50 1 60 Louisiana, to the Governors of other country in Governor Johnson's game of fight for life indicates that he is one of States that they urge the farmers to ,83 25 tho nation's really great men. If hu hold their cotton for higher prices Is apparently meeting with favor among For thirty days you tsavo 81 25 recovers we shall bo hearing more of the majority of these executives. Sevhim in the years to come. eral responses have been received at Ir the new administration takes a fall the executive offices at Baton Rouge, out of a few more of Mr.-- Raewvelt's sanctioning the views of Gov, Sanders, pets the rhinoceros kWsr wHt sake aad presaialBg parhapa similar preela- himself a very "undesirable eiticea" on maiions. Gov. Saaders recently issued Ms return, for ba Is eartaia to aasit a an address urgtag the holding of tbe H- staple by taa plaatsrs of LoaWiaaa. lew rears. For Magistrate Waynesburg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable Wnynesburg District, . JOHNG. BAUGH 1 The superiority of Democrats over Republicans is best attested by the Republicans themselves. Let any played-ou- t, disappointed old hack on tho Dem ocratic side, who has lost the last chance to connect with an office, turn over to the Republicans and he Is looked upon by them with wonder and ad 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 years. Taft ' i ... fr, H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Ky. ! Feb-ruir- y. i Look! Look! Look! PENNY'S DRUG STORE, rHHEtSBSSBHBHSBBEEE3 SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. Stanford Garage & Machine Co., 9 ro-su- AUTOMOBILES, FEEg CUTTERS. GASOLINE ENGINES. CRUSHERS, you want the Best IMPLEMENTS. "Hoosier." For sale by made, try the AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. T. PENCE, STANFORD. KY. J, '' . . NOkTHCOTT, the Highest Market Price for Country Produce, Scrap Kinds Iron and Rubber. GIVE IT ATRIAL. B. IMORTHCOTT. Stanford. GEORGE H. FARRTiS, Stanford. i fH V 3 NEW DRESS GOODS. w 4 XSjk' Fall weaves and tliadcs In Fall Drew It Is Your Move. Wo hnvo lcon luintiug nround for thn last magnificent tock of Etc. CO NEW PERCALES. Merrimac Suiting. . GoocIa juet in. You will want to get busy sewing when you sco tho new patterns in percnl jQ,; H New Trimmings. Wo havo tlie newest trimmings to match the new drew goods. dny, getting together a Cloaks, Suite, Skirt, Underwear, Blanket, Carpet, Is n .n t New Ginghams. The new Ginghams are very pretty nnd como in tlio rich Fnll shades. Wo want you to como in and look them over nnd ice how reasonable tho prices. Wc have confidence in the quality of our goods nnd knowing (lie prices low, wo therefore tako pleasure in showing new Fnll Wash Fabric nnd conies in n nice rango of patterns and ore at 10c yard. col- Roribaix Suiting. It them. Is also n new 1009 production in wash goods. goods very much. Prico 15c. resembles tho woolen SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. 8TAroiiD, See those & & SON. shoes. colored, was placed STANFORD KY, L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin school shoes at Cummins - "Buster Brown," children's Cummins & Wearcn. Wearen's. in jail yesterday for drunkenness. Watch for Buster Brown and his dog, "Tige." They arc coming. Cumof tobacco sticks. Phone No. 1S8 when you want tin- mins & Wearcn. 4 White, ning and plumbing done. W. K. WarStanford. Phone SreciAl. Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only rings. ner. Hand-madcorn knives 25 cents, and .. C cents straight. Penny's Drue Store. For Rent. Four room cottage with Lost on Court Day, Sept, 13th, ono "King Charm" barn door rollers nnd four acres of ground In good portion of largo red steer, weighing over 1,000 track at Georgo D. Hopper's. PERSONALS. 1 lbs. Last seen on Hustonvillo pike. Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. Diamond LosT.-S- ots in screw in Jons Owsley Rem Is still quite ill Notify M. J. Farris, Danville, Ky. knife blade. Can be worn cither in S. Owsley, Jr., is convalea The Ladies' Aid Society of tho PresMrs. J. If we had tho ordering of it wo could ring or pin. Reward if returned to this byterian church will meet with Mrs. emjr. not improve on this delightful Fall office. Wo nro receiving Fall Goods every day. Ginghams in A. M. Pence is on crutches, having Itettie McKinney at 2:30 Friday weather. The days aro perfect and a sprained anklo. Plaids, Stripes, &c. Shoes in Patents, Vicis, &c. Outings, Miss Maggie Sacray will not be in nights just right for refreshing sleep. Mrs. Dam Traylor attended tho Flannelettes, a full lino of Bluo Grass Madras, Percales, Novher photograph gallery this week but I will bo at the bank each Saturday State Fair at Loulivlllo. The trial of J. F. Hazelwood, charg-ge- d will be there promptly next Monday, elties, mostly in jet; uice line of Ribbons; a full lino of Underto collect the taxes for the Crab OrchS. M. Owens, of McKinncy, took In with selling intoxicating liquors in Sept. 27th. ard Graded School. Penalty goes on wear; Gentlemen's Shirts; a full line of Serges, in all colors for the State fair last week. is set for it local option community, School Suit, Ac., nnd other thing? too numerous to mention. cotFor Sale. Beautiful Wesley Emmiy attended the Stato Oct. 1. George --W. Uronaugh. Wedncsdsy before County Judge Ows- tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo week. We invite your inspection. You will find our prices right and fair at Loulsvlllo last Hon. W. H. Shanks has been in loy. gan avenue. Price and terms to suit Mr. Charles Gatuit, of Williams tftcd to speak to the confederate our goods tho beet that the market can furnish. burg, visited Miss Minnie Sine. Bill Lee, tho acknowledged head of purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. veterans at New Castle the 7th of next Mrs. Mary Owbns, of Danvillo, has month. An honor worthily bestowed. blind tiger operators, is again behind Ladies Missionary Society of the the bars of tho Stanford jail, where ho The been visiting her many friends here. Suit. E. E Snyder, of the L. & N., wilt likely lay out all tho fines against Baptist church will meet with Miss AnA. M. and Frank Hunn Mesdames nie Ashlocjc Friday afternoon at 2:30. has given Agent J. S. Rice a porter to him. spent several days at the Stato Fair. A full attendance is requested as bus! has gone to servo his oulce at this place and Mr. Miss Minnie Rui-leOpening of Fall and Winter millinery ncss of importance is to be looked af Augustino Fla., to teach this year. Rico has given tho placo to 13111 Lewis, St. on Thursday, Sept. 30. Everything ter. Messrs. Lilmjrn Goocii and II. C. colored. from a baby cap to an auto hat. EveryI WILL sell privately all medical books Anderson and wife attended the State For Rent. My farm of 250 acres in body invited. Miss Ella May Saun fair. and instruments, one good buggy horse, tho Walnut Flat section; CO acres for ders. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Mrs. James Lynn has mado a num- corn, 1.1 wheat, "0 meadow, balanco for nil poultry and incubators. Havo placber of improvements on her country pasture. Mrs. Mary E. Logan, Stanin hands P. Fall Ppening Noel Sisters kindly ed all accounts collection. of Mrs. M. B. home. L. for ford, Ky. invito you to attend their annual Fall II S Mr. Asiiiiy M. Waiiren was up from opening of Eastern Bnd Domestic Pat Cook, Admix. All claims against tho estate of Mrs. terns, which will bo shown Saturday, Louisville Sunday to see bis mother and Lucy Cash presented to me properly For Sale or Trade. One 16 horse sisters. Sept. 25, 1000, at Danvillo, Ky. 2t. power Nichols & Shepherd traction enMisses Sue Rout and Mary Bruco proven and verified at tho First Nationattended the Stato Fair Friday and al Hank, Stanford, Ky., will bo paid. We keep everything good for the gine and two mounted saw mills, log H. C. Uaughman, Ex'or. Saturday. "School Kid's" lunch basket. Try our wagons, etc All in good condition. Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Garrard, sugar stick candy. Just received Call on or address O. W. Potts, RichFall and Winter samples now ready pure shipment of guest of Mrs. J. C. Eubanks, was the coffee mond, Ky. a fresh e for inspection. If you want a a0 her sister. and as good as ever. Geo. D. Hopper. suit or overcoat let H. C. Rupley, Tub L N. has made a ballast platCounty Clerk Geo. II. Cooper is Lightning Gasoline Engines, Wilder form along the side of the old Carpendrinltlnff tho health eiving waters of the practical tailor, tako your order. Fit and satisfaction guaranteed. feed cutters and ter House site, which is a great imStrong whirlwind Olympian Springs. blowers. Lightning crushers and grind- provement. Why not, Supt. Snyder, The Current Events Club will meet A postal from Shclton M. Saufley ers. Line shafting, pulleys and hang- give us a splendid new depot on the site with Mrs. J. II. Paxton Thursday written at Seattle, Wash., shows that ers, bolting, gas engino oil, etc. Stan- and make Stanford and Lincoln county at 2:30 o'clock. he and his wlfo are taking in the sights people happy 1 The lot Is an ideal spot. This Stovo is what tobacco men use in their barns. Tho ford Garage Co. Hon. W. II. Shanks was in Louisbig fair. Mr. Saulloy, it will be looking after his inter-cat- s at the ville last week tobacco will euro brighter and sell for more money. You can remembered, is telegraph editor of the What has become of W. L. Cordier's North for County Judge. The in the speaker'a raco. Frankfort News. candidacy for assessor that we have Republican Executive Committee met begin stripping sooner. You can put Miss Hekta Jean Penny leaves to in your barnn. been hearing so much about ? Wo can at Dr. R. L. Davison's office last for Ward Seminary, Nashville, G. L. Phillips, charged with seducCall and see them. you. He is afraid to tackle that Saturday and nominated Mr. Grant whero sho will attend school ing his sister's child, was arrested at tell North, of the West End, for county Dr. T. S. Kennedy and wife, of Danville, III., and brought hero and splendid democrat, Mr. John Pcpples, judge. It will bo remembered that the nominee for assessor, and we don't Stearns, havo located here, whero the placed in jail Sunday by Mr. G.T. Holm. Mr. North was "turned down" by the blame him for using such good doctor will practice his profession. Phillips had a wifo und six children county convention hero several weeks Mrs. S. D. Hartley received tho when ho virtually committed rape. ago that was controlled by the republipremium for tho best hand embroidered Bargain. 351 acres of good land, of can machino and quite a howl went up waiit at tho Kentucky State Fair. The Modern Brotherhood of America which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roo- from Mr. North's friends and in order MRS. W. J. DoziER and littlo son Lodge was organized Wednesday night, dwelling, two good stock barns, to pacify him and his friends they handhave returned to their Missiisippi homo. Sept. IS, at Rowland, Kentucky, with new tobacco barn, 30x90. ice house, ed him an empty honor by nominating 30 members present. Tho following Miss Dora Pcnco accompanied them. buggy house, two corn cribs, etc , two him against that splendid and capable W. Mason Morris, wlfo and son. of were elected olllccrs and installed: Wm. good cisterns, tho wholo farm being official. Judge James P. Bailey, who Muskrirre. Okla.. are with Mr. and Sprinkles, pres ; Tom Plummer, vice well watered, well fenced and lays well. nude Lincoln county ono of the best pres ; Bright Ferrill, Sec'y.; Frank Mrs. J. F. Iloldam at tho St. Asaph. Margarot Adams, Treus.; Frank Bunn, chaplain; Will sell ns u wholo or cut 200 acres county judges it ever had. Mr, North Misses Sara Dunn and with improvements, to suit purchaser, is a good republican, a clever gentleWarren left yesterday morning for Isauc Brackett, conductor; John Dcla-newhich includes 100 acres as fino bottom man and stands well in Lincoln county f I Hampton, Mass., to enter school. North watchman; Reuben Meltin, sentry. land as there is in tho county. This is as a citizen and it is a great pity to Messrs. W. P. Grimes, wife and Bright Ferrill, Dawson Harnett and Other peoplo are living comfortably. Why should not you? a bargain. Seo L. R. Hughes, Stan slaughter such a delightful lamb, butlt children and Mr. J. L. Dcazley, wifo Wm. Harris wcro elected trustees. AfIt is so simple when you think It over. People live happily and can not be helped. Tho committeo ford, Ky. in Louisville last week ter the officers were installed tho lodgo comfortably because thoy don't worry. If you have' money lu nnd son wcro will meet again next Saturday to nomitho bank, always ready for iiso whon you want it, yet always Wallace Sinolkton Is carrying tho moved to adjourn till next Monday The following gentlemen have been nate a candidate for jailer. Mr. Thos. safe from robbery or Uro, you escape a world of worry. Tho mail on Rural Routo No. 1, whilo John night, Sept, 20, when Uro. Wildein, the chosen by tho election commissioners to N. thing is to start a bank account a dollar will do, If a dollar Butt, who was giyen the nomination lay organizer, has soveral more now memenjoying his F. Englenun is will start a bank account, YOU CAN DO IT TODAY. conduct tho election on November 2nd bo me time ago, declined to tho com' off. bers to bo voted on and accepted. Stanford No.l B. W. Glvens.sheriff; mltteo tho honor given him with Bcglm Then SticK to It. Rev. J. W. Hagin, wifo and child Wearcn Hughes, judge; Hart Luce, thanks. We knew all the time thnt he Hero is something WE KNOw; a dollar in tho bank draws others It seems to bo the rulo with the Re- clerk; Thomas Ferrill, judge. ren. who have been spending the Sum had too much good sense to go against to it. Why? How? Because you havo seen how easy it Is to mer In Stanford, returned to Covington publican Machine of Lincoln county to Stanford No. 2- -H. R. Sauiley, judge; that great sprinter, clever "Uncle start and you will And It still easier to continue by putting all meet every Saturday and nominate W. W. Saunders, sheriff; Cicero Rey- Dink" Farmer. Now Bro. Terry, what Friday. you can spare in tho Bank. If your money comes to you in some lamb for slaughter. Wo wonder nolds, clerk; Major Reynolds, judge. lump sums', como to our bank and deposit It. Get a book of Miss Edith Wade, who has been wo havo been telling the people seems checks, and when you pay out your money, use checks. They aro M. Nowland, to have been proven true, has it not? at Niagara Falls and other who will get tho jailer and assessor Stanford No. 3- -R. safe, sure, convenient. Always know that you aro paying tho points on tho Atlantic coast, has re- plums next Saturday that are scheduled sheriff; J. B. Bailey, judge; J. J. If you want a "real" nomination ask right amount. No danger of bills sticking together; no silver to bo pulled off by tho republican steam turned home. clerk; J. L. Jarvis, judge. falling from your hand and slipping through a crack. Deposit the Lincoln county republican machino wlfo of Clarence Colo-ma- roller machine? Tho boys Born, to the with us and call our Bank Your Dank. Stanford No. 4 Jim Haley, sheriff; and not the people, of Louisville, n son Clarence Cle- have to stand back out of tho road to Wm. Logan, judge; H. J. Darst, clerk; WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK, Waynesburg. Ky. It Is tho weak nerves that are ment Coleman. Tho youngster makes let the greased steam rollers pass or John Pritchett, judgo. be crushed out of existence by it. It is out for help. Then help them, one more democrat In tho land. Crab Orchard No. 1 F. Shaw, sherIWWWKtWWI Mrs. Chas. J. Kitchen, Jr., return protty tough boys to havo to be led iff; Thomas Lyne, judge; P. E. Parrish, don't drug the stomach or stimulate Ashland Friday. Her sister, around by the noso to do tho bidding of judge; John Sutton, clerk., the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. ed to nccom- - tho ones who control the steam roller Mbs. Sua Taylor Lngleman, Crab Orchard No,. 2 Geo. Holmes, Vitalize these weatc lnsldo nerves with panted her home and is now her guest. machine of the republican party in Lin Jr., sheriff; E. D. Pennington, judge; Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how .ItiCHABD W. Hockkr and uaugntcr, coln, but you have to bow In humblo Adam Potrey, judge; W. H. DDIlon. fast good health will come to you MW Margaret, of Kansas City, spent submission upon bended knees to it. again. Test It and seo. 'Sold by Jr., clerk. several days with Mr, J. S. Hockerand Waynesburg No. 1 J. M. Hubble, Penny's Drug Store. I'upuc sale. beginning at 10 o' sheriff; W. D. Johnson, judge; W. R. family. Little Miss Mary liocker acKentucky. Of Before buying a farm, write for my clock prompt at tho Methodist Parsoncompanied them. Singleton, judge; Hendricks Hays, free farm list of 250 Kentucky and Hon. J. M. AlversoN took Mr. and age, Stanford, Ky., I will on Saturday clerk. and Mrs. J. F. Cummins, J. S, Rico, Oct. 2, 1909, sell at public auction tho Waynesburg No. 2- -J. C. Leach, Ohio farms. 113 acres RIchwood, Ky,, Misses Sallla T. Woods, Lucy Leo Wal following personalty: $650 piano; $30 sheriff; M. B. Smith, judge; Boono $8,000; 470 acres partly Ohio river bot tom, Kentucky side, $I5,UW; 45 acres ton and Ida Pettua to Richmond and bed room set; $22 folding bed; sanitary Flint, judge; R. M. Rigney, clerk. Lexington Sunday in, his auto and they couch, $25 Brussels Drugget; $18 In M. Reld. Walton, Ky., $2,200. Write to day for Waynesburg No. W. all enjoyed the day greatly. Frank R. Crowe, grain drugget; matting on 3 rooms; safe; sheriff; E. G. Baugh, judge; Abel complete list. 333 E. 4th St. Cincinnati, O. dining room chairs; extension tablo; 7 James, judge; William Butts, clerk. LOCALS. W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, S; H. SHANK8, PRESIDENT rockers; cooking stove; lawn mower; P. Goodo, Hmtonvillo No. -J. A tickling ordry cough can be quickJ- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. Pure cannel cqal at J, H. Baughman hoso for sprinkling and many other ar judge; John Lynn, sheriff; W. D, Mock- ly looseued with Dr. Shoop's Cough J. B. PAXTON, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER sums under $10 er, clerk; Cale Brown, judgo. a load. ticles. Terms. All &Co's. Try ltcmudy, No opium, no chloroform, HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. cash; over $10 on four months' time, Hustonvillo No, Routt, sherExpert workman on gasoljpo engines with negotiable note, payable In tho iff; Cleveland Dunn, judge; John D. nothing unsafo or harsh. Sold by DIRBOTORSi can.be secured by application to tho Lincoln County National Bank. Special uurion, juugo; j. u, uonaitor, cierK. y Penny's Drug Store. B. OwBley, Stunford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter 'Stanford J. Stanford Garage 4 Machine Co. Hustonvillo No. Hill, sherterms will, bo made qn the piano, John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; ,T. C. Run- To Whom It May Concern I Is the last Everything goes to the highest bidder, iff; Arthur Carter, Judge; Jerry Tombs, SATUKpAY, Sept. 25th, kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, I will upply to tb Kentucky Hoard of Gilberts Greek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. day for filing turnpike, miscellaneous, Abo have $500 worth of books, some of clerk; Noptor Mason, judge. at their mtlou at I'rttou UotnmlM'ouv 3. Scudder, Kraukfort, Ky.,oatUeUtTUBwluy ol OctoHuatOftvUU No. 4r-H. Cummins, Preachereville; Lilburu and merchants' claim agaisat Lincoln wbleh I will sell privately. Kemerabsr ber, I nov, to Iw paroled. Oct. 2 at 10 A, if,' ihvrlffj W. M. Duncan, judge; J. Mc. eowty. George B. Cooper, County tht dK-Satwd- ay, Gooch, Gilberts Creek. PAUMCNUll KUNNKDY, Stanford, Ky. Hupt.ll.lM. T. W. Hubble, judge; James Elliott, clerk. CUrk. Kt., - Let Sr.iT. 21, 1009 co. me Insure your barn and tobacW. A. Tribblo, Stanford. Sale.-Fel- lx Alfred Bright, Cashier W. M. Bright has our thanks for a number of issues of Chi- cago papers. For A tot 0-- Fail Goods. ii mm mm mw ..M. five-roo- y HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, -- Kar-a-va- n hand-som- The Dixon Tobacco Saver. y W. H. kTCClNS Stanford, Kentucky. n.i..ii.fn..n4ffri,4,,,4M444M4t MONEY IN THE BANK. y n, anti-machi- twwv4 CIk Lincoln County national Bank Stanford, 3-- Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 1- essq rthur k, - c-iFiiH1. mw ? 4-The Interior Journal. Joined in the txcnd'doM matin. Poti-Ofiet- L.&N.TITCETHBLE No. No.TT, 10:17 A.M. No.!, Nortb.tiWA. M. No. . North, l.:7 P. u, No.si,8outh,H.roA 1,Houlti,lltr. FARMER'S DEPARTMKHT. William McKcchnle sold a mulo colt for $78. Stanford a Winter seed oats for sale W. D. 4t. Hanson, Moreland. Freston Beck bought two mulo colts at Danville yesterday at $90. Fifty or CO stock hogs for sate. Cou. m. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dentist, lter & McCormack, Mlddleburg. J. 11. Woods bought of Whltls two suckling mule colts at $60 and $90. L. P. Nunnelley sold to Cabbcll Dend ny, of Lancaster, 20 cattle at 4Jc. Preston Beck bought of J, G. Livingston and Sam Chandler a mule colt 1,000-poun- at $100. We have S5 or 40 No. 1 feeding.hogs KENTUCKY. for sale at once. Lutes & Co., Huston, TANFOWP, ville, Ky. Office over Mcttoberts' Drug Store in J. S. Murphy, of McKinncy, has COO the Owsley Building. or TOO bushels of New Columbia seed FARM FOR SALE I wheat for sale. Lnnd & Buchanan bought of various 10 lambs at 4c; lot of hogs at CJc; 20 heifers nt 3 to 3Jc John G. Lynn, of tho West End, Bold n car load of mixed cattle in Cincinnati nt .11 to C: and a lot of hogs at 8.50. Fort Sale. About CO tons of good timothy hay in stack; will have baled as soon as can sell. G. Y. Conn, Lancaster, Ky., It. F. D. No. 1. An aged yellow Jersey cow, free milker but with ono blind teat, left my place Tuesday Aug. 3. Please notify N. W. Fnwle, Rowland, Ky. J. G. Livingston and Sara Chandler sold to a Bryantsvillo party a suckling mule colt by W. K. Dishon s jack at W. II. Boone sold him one for $100. Thofnrmof HOnores, of good Mue firms lnnd, Ivlngone mile North of McKlnney.on tbe Htnnford pike. Improvements and fencing roo1; plenty of wntor nnd fruit. Alto 123 acres of timbered Inncl ono mlln Kail of McKlnner ; linlf under fenoo; plenty of vnter nnd good tolwcco lnnd, Hco grow J.A.UlVKNH.Agcnt, UK crop. McKlnney.Ky. parties When Ordering Clothes Have your mensure tnken by n tnllorof experience. Then jour clothes, whether n low price business suit or tlio finest evening clothes, will hne thnt Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will alio take your measure for extrn trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Hiirlng ami Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection. U. O. HUl'LEY. The Tailor. Htnnford, Ky. BJIll--- - " jj F & CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, ns well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants of nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short nitlce.TAIso make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the nlove, I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand nt reasonable prices. OIUUBTMAN OIIKEN IIOUHKH, KD llUUHAHD, l'BOB. HtanforU.Ky. BSJBm ??ilsil shI Lm .em. ssl sH iBl $110. Iniurft Tobacco ancU.Tobacct arm. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, Insure with me and be fully protected. tl I STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone 3; Office, Ki. iV- ESft re.l.r--; .. -. f nnv ','"" :$$tU'i?. vtfuuas J l.l YSllfl iZllik nm Jwt nerfffl--iTT HI HIDSFURS Ta'Joir, 5cfsv.iT, Clnsfrc, CoidM Seal. (Yellow Roctl. etc We are Dealers, and can co better for you than o."rrrJ or merchni. Referencs, any Bank in Louuritle. Write for vetkly price list and shin- pin; taj,. Wefumuh Moot bags free. IH. 5ABEL SONS, CTABUHI IN 1868 LOUISVILLE. KY. Cattle Men! I have 200 acres of fine pasture, 2i miles from Lancaster dn Richmond pike, will graze cattlo at 75c per head per month. G. Y. Conn, Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Hog cholera costs farmers of the United States $40,0CO,O00 annually ac cording to estimates presented at tho closing session of the Interstate Asso ciation State Boards of Livestock Commissioners in Chicago. A red steer, weight about 500 pounds with horns and red paint on right hip, got in my bunch as I was leaving Owner can get Stanford Monday. same by paying for this notice and his keep. W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. Danville Couiit. A large crowd at tended the Danville court yesterday and considerable business was transacted, mule colts were in demand and they went like hot cakes at $65 to $110. Aged mules were slow at $100 to $125 and horses in demand at $75 to $150. Cattle were brisk at 2Jc for butcher stuff to 5je 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 1906-0it takes a big roan to voluntarily surrender $10,000, and Clarence Lcbus has done both. If there was any lingering doubt that he was the right man in the right place it is now removed, and every tobacco grower in the Durley district should join the 7; ttriibt first. 19:967 H.n ktaffherdc Mux 'The first of the Season" in clothes is like tho "first" of anything eke; if it's good, it's opt to ho a sourco of more thnti usual natisfiiction lccniio it's The first man who goes out of this storo wearing one of our new suit or one of our fine overcoats for Fall ii sure to get a lot of plenturc iu it; ho will look better dressed than the nicu mound him; he'll have a distinction in style ami fashion that's quite unusual. Hart vSchaffner SUITS $20 8c to $35 SL Marx I ' have produced for us some of the most stunning creations we havo ever had to offer our trade. Tho new grays and blue in suit fabrics are exceptionally attractiv many patterns in the uavo from plain colors in worsted and serges, to checks, plaid, Mripe, ll'stripe and other pattern weave's. Over-an- d raincoats, too, are iu many pleasing colors and weaves. You'd better ho one of the first in tlicm. This ntoro is the home of Hart ScalTner tfc coats Marx OVERCOATS $15 to $35. CUMMINS Ilvtmvlne sour oim nrowrly nttwl ltli Hill. Knit Muln Ht., upplv your timl nml Htimfori,Ky.,wtll KUnnintre uitlsfacllon. ll nltocnrrln In Htock Kdltou plionoRrniilii nml tho Intel reeonU which you enn fmy for ciuli, uor on talk monthly Imtnllmenti. I'nll nml lrt WEAREN, Stanford, Kentucky. Farms for' SALE FORSALE! I STOP THAT HEADACHE Two Small thomnlterowr. KYKHTKHTKIl KIIKK. I 229 E. Mar let 5, Stock of Merchandise for Sale. nrlati'ly my ttoclcof (Iro- certunnd Hnnlwnru. lwlna n kooJ liufl- will Invoice hijoui ?,au. uruton 111 beallb. OKO. U.IIOPI'KH, Htnnford, Ky. I desire to tell INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Insures Tobacco, To- pool. bacco Barns, Hemp, T. L. Carpenter, the Hustonville, Ky., All Kinds of Farm turfman, came to Louisville yesterday to be of the Property, Everything, State on hand for the opening reported Fair and incidentally he Everywhere. Light- the following thoroughbred foals dropning, Fire, Tornado, ped at his farm this year: colt, Life.Live Stock, Health byChestnutRoyal. by Cesarion Elsie B., Prince and Accident, Plate Bay filly, by Imp. Royal Flush Ca Glass, Suretyon Bonds lash's dam. by Santon Democracy, by Bay filly, Immediate attention Imp. The Sailor Prince. given to losses which Carpenter thinks the Cesarion colt is raised are paid without (dis- one of thehisbest he ever hard to and in breeding pedigree is beat, count. as his granddam is the famous mare. Harry Jacobs, IK'nler In and Manufacturer of Marblo nd Granite Monu- ments, Mnrktrn and I'oati, Prnietery nnd Ijiwn Vuteiaiul hetteu. Olllcu nnd works, Jlo- Klnney, Ky. 10 I J.L.Beazley&Co., B8jBB8HB8j88JfjBBMHfi8aji88j Undei takers and Embalm Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. era. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. f J.iC McClary, -- i f !- i, Undertaker. Embalmer and Dealer InlHarneas, Saddlery, STANFORD, COsHw.Fnoue, lor. KY- V Horat.l'l.on-ri- I i. ForSUdnyi. In order to clean up on Druggeta, C'nrpeta, ItUK. Ktc. Will glu 10 per cent, ruductlon. Hnvoouio raro uirKHlntln mllllmry. Homo big Utrgaliu III ciota oun in won paper. ;mcu eieuiiuu of Irumed picture. Now U jour tlmo to buy u linndkoiuu mnntle mirror. Unit und teo them. Choice tnlectlon of rocker, Hattie S., the sister to Belvidere and (food lino of bean, metal and wood, metal und wood fokllnK belli, crllM,coti.mnttre s Dixon, that produced tho e, aprlUKi, couuebes, l)aenporti, ultcatoa, grip, trunks, race horse, Col. Bill. It is the family centre tubles, medlclno exteiulon tables, cabinets, glass, of Blues, Blue Girl, Salvldere, Fayette susli, doors, .to. I'nll and scu us. Well eoulpprd stock of funeral supplies. and scores of other celebrated stako nerwee nigui or uuy. winners. a. B. rilUITT, Moreland, Ky. Carpenter has now only one yearling, a bay filly, by Cesarion, out of Ambro sia, by Hanover, which he has reserved for broodmare, but before retiring her ho will have her trained nnd raced Lexington, Ky. H saya J. C. Reid at his homo town The Ntnte University, Lexington, Ky., or also has two extra good coming year- fern the following courses, namely, Agricullings this season, both chestnut colts, tural, Mcchanlcul Knglneerlug.OlvIl Mining Klectrtcul Engineering, one by Santon, out of Fleeting Mo- KngliieerliicUlnstlcnl and seven Hcleutlflo courses, enih of which extends aver four menta II , by Fabulous, and tho other jenrsnod lewis toil iluchelor'adegrte; ulso by Contestor, out of Hazing, by Imp. a lKipurtment of Uiwiinda Department of Kducatlou, which last has been established Ogden, the latter mare being a full sis- Insteud of the Normnl Hchool. lVr.ons who enter this department prepare foradvanced ter to Fayette. work In iiedugogy nnd ure granted a line degree In this subject when Reid is a brother to the celebrated ed. The Academy for preparatory cntuplet horseman, Carroll B. Reid, who won ujipolntees receive free tuition, the American Derby and Brooklyn t'oinity of residence lit the dormitories, privilege Handicap with The Picket, and has in iuelnud light, traveling expenses, If they the last 20 years trained and raced remain 10 consecutive nionths.oroue many famous horses. Courier-Journa- l. Thelulwratorles and museum ure large, well eqiilpiied.coinprehenslv eand modern. Military Hcleuce Is fully provided for as reA Hurry Up Call. quired by Congress. Quick! Mr. Druggist Quick! Abox Tbe graduates In the several courses of liberal of liucklen's Arnica Salvo Here's a study readily lliul employment with of maremuneration. Thu total number triculates for last year was I.07X. Kuch lie. quarter For the love of Moses, hurry! pnrtmenthasu specialist at Its bead, with Haby'sbunTed himself, terribly ohnnie the necessary number of usslitants. Young women find tin cut his foot with the axe Mumlo's with bourd and lodging. In excellent homo, l'ttttersou If all, which Is well equipped wtthull the modern scalded 1' can't walk from piles conveniences, bathroom, hall for phslcul lilllle has bolls and my corns actio. culture, at Wier week. All courses of study women 6 ho got It and boon cured all tho fami- In tbe University ure omii toupplylng on Identical conditions with those to males. ly Its the greatest healer on earth. Tbe completion of the Agricultural, Mining Kugtneerlug. Ijiboralory and Kducn. Sold by Penny's Druir Storo. tlon buildings alTonl ample and oomiuod-lou- s quarters for these dupurtments, which Ono of the 250 Kentucky and Ohio farms I have for sale. Near Walton, are rapidly Increasing In tlieuumberof ma trlculutes. Ky., 80 acres, level and rolling land, Kor catalogues, methods of obtaining up. good house, two barns, tenant house, polntments. Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission, apply to 14 acres corn. 3 acres tobacco, at Jan. K. Pattkhkon, l'u. I).. LI.. 1)., J'res., One-hadown. Send for free or to D.O. Kkackic, Iluslnets Agent, farm lilt, Frank R. Crowe, 333 E, 4th Begins Sept. 9, '09. St. Cincinnati, O. Fall Mitt-tlntlhigh-clas- PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITT, Moroland, Kentucky, Dinwiddie & . . - IITICK. UUUIIJ 1)1 t Htoct Dry tloods. Notions, Groceries, nt,ttl it. I Vnrm w...i... . D' . Hartlwnre, Tinware, Ac. nhout l,i"). DoIl"l'n, crl,H Blir.. "'I ootbullillngs ""' iNllllllll lanti; w ing fair bu.lness. Liberal terms. .... ..nv ,(. iik A room One containing acre. gool teres UI (1. 11. HAttltlH.CrabOrcbard, acres upland. Iwlnuce In grass and timber. Ky. dwelling, youd stock tmrii and outbuildings, Heeding rights this Kail. Won 1,1 like to all under good fence nnd every field well watered; acre In oung orchard, a years lentlwlorefviit.il. C'nlloll old; 13 acres In grnss; all In kimmI stntr of Man. H tl Lit J. cultivation; rnlel 1,'A'i pounds lobnrco and H. V. Ii, No. 1, Htnnford, Ky. IS bushels wheat per acre on It Inst enr. Will sell a nothing, Hhoe andfjents' l'rlce, f . Hecond tract of U'i acres with Htnrv, locntiHl In the Iml town In tenant liouve, 12 foot tobacco latru, llovie county. A grMit opixirtunlty for the The McKlnnty Woolwi Mills, well watered, :ncres imder new fence, ll-- n right man. Htock wlllluvoloilnhout lU.ii, nee In line timber, IS acres well cleared, Addre.s M J., cure Interior Journnl, Htnntine corn and tolmccn land, l'rlce. Ikii. McKlnney, Ky. ford. miles south of Htnnford on Homer-se- t pike. Tract No. Is on pike; No. 1 Is Is now-Ioperation and Is ready to serve county road. Address or mile from pike on the public In making Jenns, l.lnseys, see iye at Htnnford, Ky. ll.O. IIKIIUY. lllnnkets. Ununel.. nrns, K.te Will either work wool or exchange goods for It. High-eI desire to sell W acres of unimproved market price for wool bind onCednr Creek, thrte miles (ronil'rnli C. H. WUKillT.l'ror. Orchnrd;:iincres In cultlvntlou. Uind not lmprovtd,but In splendid rondltlon, Mai. N. A. (UiiNrn, 1 It. P. D. No. I.HInuford, Ky. On DnnvllleA Huttnnvllle pike of 210 ncres In Lincoln county, Ky., S mile from More-lan1 This furmis well Improved, good well I desire to sell privately my fnrm of 47 nnd cistern nnd abundance of stock water urres, Iu Lincoln county, seven miles from springs. Most furnlihetl from Vn hnve moved our proiluce, hide nnd Htnnford and two miles fioni llnjwood, on grass. I desire to sell this farm of fnrm In good rond mile from pike. In good neighin the next nodays. togetherwlth the stock poultry business from Mcr' slnble to our borhood, route nnd of Marlnnd and crop, the stock consisting of il high- store recently purehn.nlHUilllce. We still mile fromcloxi to church, rural all very '; brood jacks, all ages. bred Jennet., 'sfarm In grass. Iwlnnce In cult mnres, I registered; I regl.tered stallion; & my cash for ull kinds of country produce, all under good fence. Comfortable I.AM) A Hut II v.na.v. Htnnford, Ky. acres of corn, 15 or stacks of hay; farm-Inj- ! house of six rooms, new burn nnd nil other I will Implements of everytlewrlptloii iiutbiillilltigs. Abundance of fine water and sell the whole outllt or nnv pnrtnf thestock fruit of all kinds. und If I sell the fnrm without the stock, 1 J. T LIVINCIHTON. must sell not Inter than nidu)s so as to give U. K Ii. No. I.Htauford, Ky. me time to make a sale of my slock. Also hnve mules from work mules down Now Llvorv to colts. You will have to w this farm to anpre Depot Stroot, nd Mintages elate the location nnd the ninny Phono 90, of this farm. Any tverion from a distance desiring to see this farm can come to More-hiuLincoln county, Ky .on tbe (ueen A STANFORD, KENTUCKY. We nro lu position to do nil kinds of conCrescent roule, this farm being only about V, mile from station. creting, such us lllock Work, fuvements and. lu fact, we can make any thing froiur 11. II. KINO Mnrelnnd, Ky. house down ton fence ost. Wu you promptly and guarantee can sserve work, nnd material. I'nll and get our prices before you buy your inuterlal nt least, Kur House and Carriage fnlntlngand Trimming. I'aper Hanging, Oiinuud Locksmith lug. Hbop opiKMlte Ueot. J. J. Uki.pkh, Htnnford, Ky 1 1 H 1 1 Sale! Farm forRentfor 1910. "?"' ,., NOTICE! st Farm for Sale never-fnlllng M 111 Small Farm For Sale NOTICE school-bous- e e, S. D. CARTER, CONCRETING first-clas- J. J. BELDEN, PHILLIPS &ROS., Stanford, Ky. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENG- TIic State University, Co., ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE! My fine Illue blucgrass fnrm. Sj miles 01 iiuiioiiviue. one mue iroiu pike und Cartwntcr's Hlntton, consisting of acres of rich, blucgrass hemp, or tobnecu bind, all In grass, 'i his farm can tie equally divided to advantage sous to haven good j, INEERING. 1 uni r re on red todo all kinds of surveying nnd civil engineering promptl) My work guarHnietHiniia my prices ure reawill sonable. Write me at McKlmiey or cull me over the telephone through the Hustonville Kxchunge. ." li Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carup-to-d- ate wAiri:itMcKi.NNi:Y. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNI Kngl-neerlu- on each piece; nl.o nil necennry outbuildings. The fnrm lii)s almost in n squnre. only ouuiingle In Hues. There nre DWELLING HOUSE colleg-luteeu- r. -J- $3,-30- 0. lf Term new, svven.rooni residence thereon, with ultneeessuryoutuulldlugsand good, new bum KUrtl. Well wateret), six never fulling springs and creek running through, Tkiihh. H cash In bund, balance one und two years from day of snle, bearing six per cent Interest until puld. liming sold my farm, I will sell to the I'ersons looking for sucu place pleuse w rite highest und best bidder, at my farm, one. or see w.O. Walkkh, Htnnford. half nil to North of McOreary, oil the Lull caster und lluckeye turnpike on WKlNr.Hl)AY,Hi.rr.t. IWW ut 10 o'clock A, M, the following personal ear old fuiull uorse; propert) t '" live year old saddle murej I good family mare, Uyeiirs old, tbut has proven to bo a good mule mare; nice two yeuroldbttruess Having suffered considerable annoyance mure; 1 two yeur old horse; t veurllug nnd damage from outlaws, lu breaking gate horses; I suckling colt: 8 work iiiulis from latches and teurlng down und destroying two to thre)earsold;igoodycurllngJiiukt; my gutes, on the county road that runs 1 good six year old Jennet with Jack tolt by through my furin, I liuve conclniled toolter her side; 1 six yeur old Jennet III foal; I three n reword for Information lending to the ear old Jennet In foul: i two yeur old 1 such person t Jersey cows and calves : 1 milk cow s ! conviction of give thu sum of or.V) iwrsoni. for InforIdry cow; V good short yearling steers; I will therefore to the urrest and conviction mation leadlun Jersey bull; liu Imrruls of new voriii ulso of any party or parlies, that buve broken household und kitchen furniture and farm- (lie latches on an of my gutei.or Hint have ing Implements, suwed down or torn down uny of my gates TKHMHl Alt sum of 10 dollars or under, on the county road which runs from the cash; all sums over IDdollurs, the purchas- Hustonville turnpike to the Mllledgevlllu er to give note with good security, said note turnpike, through my farmland I will give tobedue January 1st, llo, nnd to beur In- thu same amount (or Information leading terest ut the rate of six per cent, per annum to the arrest and conviction of any party or irom maturity nil paiu,unu iu o negoiiu-hi- e parties who In the future commit any of the and Duvable at the tlarrard llaiik A above orrmises. Trust Co ,of iJincatter, Ky. Witness my band, this tutli day of August, T.J. HILL, HK. J, W, UILL. 1M. two-stor- ry an of goods. line Stock Barns, One Good Tobacco Barn, Two TY FOR SALE Stables, A fine blue grass farm for sule situated on new jilke near I'olnt und idx miles oneteuulit house, gooilw liter In every field; south of Uinonster. containing 9v acres, six lasting springs, with three streams runwell located In gixnl neighbor hood, being ning through whole tract, e part of the John walker tract, with J. Steele Carpenter, Three bund-som- HUHTO.NVIbl.KKr PUBLICSALE & 1 EXECUTOR'S SALEI Of two houses and lots lu Hlli'.onvlllo Ky. 1 REWARD. Jen-net- As executor of the will of Mrs. Huttle the premises Jllslioiidecensed.lwllloii Hustonville, Ky,,nt about the hour of In i o'clock v. M..OII HATUllDAY. OCT..IWV. ull at public uuctlou to the highest bidder the two houses und lots In Hustouv llle, Kv.. which isstrutrljowued ut her death. One Is the house and lot on thu North sllu of Main street and which Includes the house where the postnice Is now kept. Tho lot hasulrontugeon Main street of 0) feet and extends back about IU ubout iiround to Dunvllle street on which feet und It bus a ww .w .. tup UUU,. IS I yi stories, contains II rooms and kitchen. There .. .. vu .1,1...mi. ms ..... :. lot i oiner fronts mi in Nnrl i s.,i ill feet and extends buck ubout ltd feet to nil iilley. it adjoins the other lot uud Includes twuslore-roomTerms are half cash. Iwlnnce 11 mouths, credit on notes, with good security bearing Interest frnui ilnv of ..... ...i ..r lien on the property, with prlvllegu to the y. I'ossesslou given Nov. I 1VM, and deed to bo then mude. KUWAIIDALCOUN, Kxor. -.. --