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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t THE INTERIOP JOURNAL ft I YOLXXXVI STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 24 1909 NO E0 BRODHEAD J W Hutchison cashier of the hank here Installed a bank at Gravel Switch last Saturday Mrs Fred Hahn who underwent a very painful surgical operation eomo time ego still lingers with but llttlo chance for her recovery Born to Mr and Mrs Richard Shlvcl a daughter A few days ago Mr Shl vel bad a telephone placed In hiss real dence and the call number is 13 Last Saturday there was a hot con teat for the nomination ora candidate t for magistrate In this precinct C S r Armstrong was the winner over Joel WoodallJoe of lUaU hoe on exhlbl tlon hero H sweet potato hu raised which Is 24 inches In length and nine inches In diameter at largest part It Is not a string or sprout but solid pota to from end to end Ed Albright and wife Ben Pike and wife J T Cherry Joe Laus J W Tate Clint Lear John Robins Dick Brooks John and Granvlllo Leace were those who attended the State fair at Louisville from here Mrs Ier Shelton and children ate visiting In Boston Ky Mesdames E B and J W Newland are visiting in Richmond Mrs Suslo B Cherry is at Olympian Springs for a few weeks George Frith has returned from a visit to friend in Winchester Clove Cable of Havana Cuba is with his mother and slaters here for two weeks While we are mentioning some of Kockcastloa good citizens we shall not forget our friend and townsman Mr J Thos Cherry Mr Cherry is 47 yean of ago and wes born and reared near Butler Pcndlelon county lie moved to this county about 25 years ago and began farming with his father near here He taught one session of public school at Sayers school house Tom has tried several dilTcrent occupations teaching school driving street cars working in rolling mills farming und studying telegraphy Not satisfied with any of them he began clerking In Neild and Crooks store at Altamont in 1883 aud during that time ho was mar nod to Miss Susie B daughter of Uncle Dock and Aunt Jane Wood J yard Ho soon became a partner with his father inlaw in the merchantile business and later took full control and today ho owns one of the largest and most uptodate stores of general mer chandise in the county Some folks think Tom is a little too close feted but should you follow him up from day to day it will bo seen that ho is Just close enough to save where others might let go to waste Ho Is n man slow to decide but firm in a decision is always looking to the betterment of things always ready to give good advice to any one needing it has an eye i J to business and Is strictly business Ho is a member of the Baptist church a republican and the party may well be proud of him lie is a subscriber toy the Interior Journal Night On Bald Mountain On b lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edwards N Y climbed Bald Mountain to tho homo of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings Now Discovery that bad cured himself of asthma Tills wonderful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor Later It cured his sons wife of a severe lung trouble Millions bollovo its tho groat est Throat and Lung euro on earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages hnd Sore Lungs are aurvl cured hy- It Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough roc and 81 Trial bottle fits Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store- Commander Robert E Peary landed gt Sydney N S Tuesday and was tendered a public reception of some t pretensions lie made a speech to the populace and was feted by the public officials of the little seacoaatcity leary also issued a statement that ho would accept no Invitations to receptions or public honors until the question of tho discovery of the North Pole has been decided by scientific authorities Ho also promised that what ho knows will not be very long delayed 0 Health Coffee Is tho cleverest imitation of real coffee ever yet made Dr Shoop created it from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavor Is made in Just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store 0 There was a panic among tho dry bathing girls this morning WhyJust because a vacuum wagon happened to drive along the beach front Mlona Is guaranteed by G L Penny to cure Indigestion or money back Relieves distressed stomach belching or gas Etc in five minutes Large box boo a 1 NEWS NOTES K bert Hoe head of R hoe Co printing press msnuf ucturers of New Xork and Lon lon died an London after a short illness Millard F Pottinger shot and killed himself with a Winchester rifle at the homo of hiI brother Leo Pottinger in Nelson county near New Haven Judge Kelloy decided that the local option election at Bria tol Va which was won by tho wets was legal The drys asked a suspension of judmcnt This was overruled by tho court An appeal will be taken Joseph T ONeal aged 61 years who was one of the beatknown attorneys of Louisville and Kentucky a prominent lodgo man and a Democrat succumbed Tuesday to organic disorders after an illness of five weeks Tho end was not unexpectedExpert builders promoters of good road and the manufacturers of road making machinery met at Cleve land Tuesday for the second annual good roads convention Delegates In elude Governors and other ofllclali from practically every State in the union Seven persons are known to have lost their lives and property worth millions of dollars was destroyed by the gulf storm which swept over the Southern States Hundreds of Summer homes along the coast were swept away and two steamers were sunk at Vicksburg Jell McCarn Attorney General at Nashville Tenn charged that tho grand jury has signally failed to do its duty In tho matter of returning Indict ments for the violations of tho prohib ition law that certain members of the grand jury whose names were not calledare standing In the way of such indictments being found and appealed- to Judge Hart to purge the inquisi torial body of these objectionable mem ben PREACHERSVILLE Born to the wife of Walter Hawley a fine girl J M Lunsford sold two mules to D M Anderson at 860 each John Nay lor sold to J M Cress one mule for 860 D M Anderson bought a mulo of R Rigsby for 76 Horace Miller of Brodhead visited relatives here Mrs W T B White of Cedar Creek visited Mrs F F Cummins Virgil Roberts who lives near Danville comes hero every Sun day rain or shine The tobacco crop is from fair to fine and is nearly all housed The raisers of the weed who have labored so faithfully are deserving of a rcnumerative price While all are looking for a good price it is certain that none of tho tobacco will sell so high as it did at Jamestown Va in early days when 100 pounds bought u wife IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Archie Gragg a prominent farmer of Pulaski is dead after n long illness Henry Claunch a prominent farmer of the Dabnoy suction of Pulaski la dead aged 64 He had been ill of ty phoid fever for some time Henry Waddle a Smerset policeman shot to death Joe Smith a Negro he was placing in jail Smith had a pistol that waddle did not know about A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr Druggist QulckAbox of Bucklona Arnica Salvo Heros a quarter For tho love of Moses hurry nabys burned himself terribly John nie cut his foot with the axe Mamies soaldedla cant walk from plies Ullllo has bolls and my corns ache 8ho got it and soon cured nil tho fami ly Its tho greatest healer on earthI Sold by Pennys Drug Store Well I began my thirtythousand word hypothetlta question today Seems to mo that will exhaust you Wholl make the closing argument My son lie starts law school next week Ho ought to be graduated by tho time I finish 0 The little Candy Cold Curo Tablets called Preventlcs will In a tow hours safely check all Colds or LaGrippo Try thorn 1825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store 0 She wonders if I love her I dine without regrets On gratis lunch to buya bunch Of pesky violets r A tickling ordry cough cifn bo quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store 0 lie is always bragging about his an cestors Well tho poor fellow has no chil dren Pains of women bead pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoopa Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Stores youare entitled in buying Hart Schaffner Maciii to a most positive assurance of your satis t faction Every dealer in our clothes is authorized to say this to you a Every garment made byand bearing the label of Hart Schaffner Marx is guaranteed to be of allwool or woolandsilk fabrics with no mercerized or other cotton added thoroughly shrunk before cutting 5 seams sewed with pure silk thread 5 tailored in clean sanitary shops and free from every defect of material or + I workmanship More than that The dealer is authorized to sayI that if the clothes are not right or not satisfactory your money will be refunded J Hart Schaffner Marx FOR SALE Htock liry Hood Notions Groceries Hardware Tinware Ac about 110 Do ing fulr business Liberal terms 011 HAIIHIB Crab Orchard Ky STOP THAT HEADACHE Ityhavhog your eyes properly fitted with IItlHlmrJrtlu and curriestflock Killnon phonographs buy for cnb or on nlOlltbllnllllflllllnta fat nlllt lot us talk the matter over Y1TKMTEI KKKK Stock of Merchandise for Sale- I desire tn sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware a good bust ness Will Invoice nbout tifOO Reason III health OKO 1 IIOllKK HtnnfordKy Harry Jacobs I healer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and CranltoMonu ments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Hettees Qlllce and work Me Kinney Ky V CUMMINS WEARER FOR SALE I Will sell n ClotlilngTBhoo and Gents Fur nlihlng more located In the heat town In county A great opportunity for the right man Htock will Invoice about 1rc Address M J care Interior Journal Mtan ford Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 67 acre In Lincoln county n miles from Htnnlord and two miles from MIwood on l road mllo from In good negh orhoodc10su to church rural route and y mile schoolhouso Land nil very pro ductive farm In grass bitumen In cultt vation nil under good fence Comfortable house of six roomy new barn anti all other outbuildings Abundance of line water and fruit of nil kinds I J T LIVINGSTON It K Ii Nol Htnurord Ky REWARDHa- ving suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking Kato latches anti tenting down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs through farm I have concluded to oiler n reward for Information leading to the conviction of such erson or persons I will therefore give the sum of ta for Infor mation leading to the arrest nod conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on nny of my gatesor that have sawed down or torn down any my gates on tho county road which runs from the lluitonvlllo turnpike to the Mllledgevllle turnpike through my farmland I wlllllh the saute amount for Information leading to tho arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the luturo commit nay of the above offenses Witness my hand this 10th day of August 1ef T Hit RURAL TELEPHONES MR FAUMEU Make your home as modern fnr your family as u city residence and place to get tho latent market quotations at any time This eta be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville TennT for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service wo can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana antl IllinoisEAS1 TENNESSEE TEL CO ixrotironATED c FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED INI1882 CAPrTALlSTOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines AbsoluteJSafcty with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety DepositBoxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account r OFFICERS i SHocker President- S T Harris Vice President John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr WN Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughraan J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tate 1798 TraD5ilVaiia UbiVtf5ih 19Q9 r c Continuing Kentucky University Tho College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for Women and tho College of law r Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern equipment A faculty of 56 chosen from the best universities of America and Europe taudnrdizedelective courses lending to the degrees of A U B 84l- ndM L L B 1New Science Building recently erected at a cost of SG00le x Students now in attendance front 25 States and 6 foreign countries Moral Influences cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable expenses The session begins Sept 13 1000 Writelfor catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY Thfc Interior Journal I Eo C WALTON iDemocratic Ticket lI For Circuit Judgelea4 1tt M C 8AUFLEY of Lincoln- ForCommonwealthY Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer CoForIt L HUBBLE of Llncolnjcounty For Representative 1 t W H SHANKS 4 For County Judge fd JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney e ediwFor Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE WL For Sherifflag For County Court Clerk GEORGEBCOOPERFor FARMERtFor Aiietior JOHN Co PEPPLES For Superintendent of Bchooli GARLAND SINGLETON- For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For SInglitrnte Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE ForMaglstrato Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hnitonvllle District J K HELM SR For Magistrate Waypesburg DUtrlct JOHN M CAMDEM- For Constable Waynesburg DUtrlct JOHN i BAUGH TJOE MAGEE Orchardcratlc party and asks your supportth== MRM S BAUGIIMAN in this issue questlonof the ballots in the race for Sheriff The editor of the INTERIOR JOURNAL is always has been and always expects tp be a loyal supporter of the demo cratic party but at the same time because ho believes it would be for partys good he would be delighted to bykindsome to be longbeforethe editor of this paper is so an to see all differences settled an keep all democrats on the firing line that he would almost be willing to join in the request that the county committee open the ballot boxes and count the ballots praying and believing all the while that all will be right and that right will triumph TilE tendered Cook by citizens of his home city at his arrI happyjoyous and the first to greet him in the early ming when Dr Cook wad transferred atofquarantine to a tug containing his ily The meeting between them Coutransferredpublic on which a large number of close friends were gathered When was landed In Brooklyn the cro were so large that the militia and po were barely able to keep down ft r so eager were they to embrace the publicto peithe JUDGE JOHN M LASSINO of the court do of appeals is a candidate for reelec theKentuckyNov 2 Judge Lansing is one of the ablest if not the ablest on the appel thelawHis decisions are concise broad in in terpretation learned in the law honest of in convictions and possessing a order of scholarly attainments as decisions rank among the best that have been handed down by the court of last of willhave not on from the democrats and we are sun can defeat any republican that is pi against him Gov Jour Apftcasotr three times candidatefor President of the United 1908 and looked upon by many thro out the country as the probable De cr tic national standard bearer in 1 maThe diedat St Marys Hospital at Roe ter Minn Tuesday morning follo an operation last Wednesday The Na tion mourns the loss of one of its great est and best menturFIGURES are said not to lie but g a fashionable corset and a dressmaker on to her job female figures are often made to lie like a republican campaign orator II r IASwe went to press yesterday after 13th republican judicial com mittee of this district was in session and nothing had been done by Commit teemen Davlaon Estridge Swope and Ransdell toward nominating anyone I against Judge M C Saufley for circuit I Judge Herndon of Lancaster candidate for the nomination b the committee seems to be divided as the advisability of putting out a card 1 date TilE town of Etah according to Dr ok contains only four tents several men eight women 30 children and 108 dogs Some of our mountain villages can discount this in the number ifofTo the Democrats of Lincoln County i In Tuesdays issue of the INTERIOR JOURNAL there appeared an extended torial the members of the nomllneeswho is the nominee for sheriff These seekers after truth know that a certificate of nomination was given to Mr McCarty by the County Committee They know that I filed in the manner provided by law a notice of contest and also petitions from voters in four precincts asking a recount of the ballots in those precincts They know that both before and after I had takes these steps to correct the fraud t I offered ublicly to abide a recount of I the ballots and asked nothing more I I Frbyahear the contest and dismissed it without a trial They know that I then filed a suit in the Lincoln Circuit Court to compel the Committee to try the contest They know that attar hear ing all of the proof the Court that the contest had been dismissed without any trial and so entered a judgment directing the Committee to meet upona certain day and hear the contest as provided by law They know that Mr McCarty in order to smother the facts and prevents recount of the ballots executed a bond e execution of this judgment an carried the case to the Court of Ap peals They know that every step taken by me has been in strict compli ance with tho party law and the stat ute They know that in my notice of contest I charged that the nomination of Mr McCarty was obtained by fraud and they know that a nomination so ob imposeshegation to support him With allof these facts well known it is not strange that members of the party do not know who is in fact and truth the nominee of the party for the office of theydbecause they believe my charges of fraud are true otherwise my opponent would not fight so hard to prevent a trial of the contest and they believe I was fairly nominated otherwise he would not fight so hard to prevent are count of the ballots thevalthe belief and intention of these men changeornor my charges but can only be done rhowasrt My charges of fraud and file would remain unanswered This and thebeandlice itexme that if the party authorities want nomineeoptsnominee and this they can by arecount of SMGthPOLITICAL The State wide factions of the Dem ocratic party in Tennessee met at ApresentState Plans to aid in tho enforcement the prohibition laws were adopted bydinstead of discussing the conservation national resources defended the tax corporation in an exhaustive ar He Attedshould the States ratify the amendment to the Constitution = BATTBRSlion asnextughLadles Aid Society of the Chris lectureinga HBrightof a church of which he is pastor handsomelven1 howdydoThat HIv Jl RIMOfIALf George Jones and Miss Viola Middle ton both of the East End were mar ried at Preaehenyille Tuesday The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so toutldnqworld has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kid neys bowels purifies and enriches tho blood and tones and Invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters 60cJPMASONS MEET meltInthird Momlny nights of vnch month nt law Stanfonltcroally Invltfd to be prckvnt T W Iennlngton sec BaD CARTER New Livery Depot Street Phono 96 STANFORD KENTUC- KYPOSTED strictlytorbtahuntingaehtnguran7klnd on our places end prosecute vt olktors to toe full extent of the low JJrorIredPlummertVtllliattrj W ftupbman JW Peek Hte1enaJohnDan Traylor M D Elmore GotllbOlIck Krrd Uandorf J Thompson 11 M Audormon J F Moser Mr nnd Mr Jus H Knds NJIortondConllerRe1lfttber lIaUartnllal1UriahMrs Mnrearet Gooch Jacob iander TraylorSaRobrrts 1I0rmannEnOwsleMURnttinfJCDICCIaradVonGruenlganT nOarpenterJV v O Ierrtll1V17tman i ylbISHoEs t I l f fw j V i I 1IfI f rI t s 4 sS I Our selection of Ladies Fine Sloesare indeed beautiful and if you do not wear a pretty Shoe it is not br M i fault The quality is the very best the styles are perfect with Suede i Cloth and Dull kid tops A to E wide at3 350 and 4 the pair t i t J 1 os 0 j 1 It j K d f I r t J J H j McROBERTS Stanford Rytt I J lit Look Look Look Just received a complete true of Fall nnd Winter Shots for Men Women Children in Patent Vicis Gun eta Ox Blood sari Box Calf More styles thnu ever shown hero before Prices nro always the lowest SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY I Garage L Machine Co INCORPORATED 1 r AUTOMOBILES I FEED CUTTERS GASOLINE ENGINES CRUSHERSFARM IMPLEMENTS UTOMOBILES FOR RENT H B NORTHCQTT Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce Scrap yv Iron and Rubbert rv t Be NORTHCOTT Stanford f 1 1 FaE r aEm I WG L Penny It 11 Coffey R R Colcrnnn t FOR HOT WEATHER HELP fH 1t m 1 i itim h Bath Brushes II a dMr h m Our Ice Cold Soda Wnter with Jersey Crenm f Ir null Fine Fruit Flavors 1ti1N1 f d m dti PENNYS DRUG STORE 1 fA Stanford 1 Knuok7IIi t IUHIn f J = 1 EEln e I The Coffee with the Strength Flavor antI Aroma For tho next 30 days pro we will give E i 0Five Pounds Coffee nt 35c 81 75SII INickelDipCoffcoPotateiSO 150 6 Ni 83 25 day V arForCOUI 0 CIOI CliEITATRIAL GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford pr iiic A PROFITABLE INVESTMENTNo where is the advantage of buying the best better of dependable wearing apparel This store has since its organization enjoyed the reputation of selling the b merchandise at the lowest possible price To prove that this store holds the confidence of the community we could place before you hundreds of testimonials to the fact that the goods we sell are worth the money asked for them and if any article should happen to be otherwise it will be made good by this firm Our Fall goods are coming in every day and the new goods in the rich Autumn shades are indeed pretty We are offering some splendid attractions See the new Suits Skirts Dress Goods Shoes Neckwear EtcrSEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal L 1 STANFORD KY Burr 21 1900 v s SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will Bell on Saturdays and Sundave only C cents straight Penny Drug Store I PERSONALS MRS SUSAN D YEAGER Is HI IIARRY HIGOINS loft today for Clif ton Springe New York MRS W H SHANKS went to Rich mond yesterday to visit the homefolkrf Miss BERT JEAN PENNY left Wed nesday to enter Wards Seminary at NashvilleMR G UAMITON has gone to the banka of the Rockcastlo for a few days flab MR E P OWSLEY of Columbus Ga Is spending a few days here with his father CArT Wu HERNDON of Lancaster was here yesterday before the judicial committee MR AND MRS P W CARTER aro in Lexington attending tho C W B M Convention MESUAMBS FRANK NORTH and Will Rlffe of tho West End are with Mrs Jessie SUgg MRS S J HUDDLB Is visiting her pretty niece Miss Lillian Garner in I the East End- ATTORNEYSS GOO B SAUPLEY and 1 IW Hughes were In Mt Vernon yester day on business TUB Warren Grigsby Chapter U D a will meet Saturday with Mrs J C Hays at 3 oclock JOHN JONES of Stonega Va Is hereto see his mother Mrs R G Jones who continues quite 1H REV WIUUAM CLOYD and daughter Mill Ruth Cloyd of Tucson Arizona were Kuelll of tho family of Mr Cicero Reynolds Miss MARY HUGHES who makea her homo at the Cicero Reynolds homo here is visiting Mrs W J DuncAn nt McKinney MOSER Of Now Albany Ind who has been with her ilsterMra John ReIchenbach returned homo Wednesday Mn ROY ROSE who has been visit ing his wire at Hustonvillc returned to Etowah fens Mrs Rose and chil dren will follow In n fow days MESSRS J W IRELAND J N Saunders and J Murray Taylor attended tho cornerstone laying of the Now Govern ment building at Danville Wednesday MR HUME LOGAN wife and Miss Eva Carter and Mr Carter Logan arrived In their auto from Louisville yes terday to visit Mr and Mrs James II lianghman MRS MARY RICHERT who has been visiting friends end relatives In Switzerland for past four or five months has returned to Crab Orchard Springs after a delightful trip- MBSOAMES GODFREY DARDISIIIRE of London England and Shelby Sanders of Now Orleans and Miss Mary Shelby of Arcadia II were tho guests of Mrs P M McRoberU BORN r to tho wife of Mr S J Bell a 10 poundson Wednesday The youngster has been christened S J Dell Jr Papa Bell ia all smiles over the new arrival at his home a MESSRS II G BRIUOEWATERS of Birmingham and W S Eppereon of Moreland arrived Wednesday to eeo Mr W S Warren who suffered a stroke of paralysis a tow days ago LOCALS FRBBII Portland cement at W H Higgins SEE those Bo eat Cummins WearenB alf PURE cahnel coal at J II Baughman Co Try a lOAd I HAVE one roomfourrent in Craig property Mrs r Catherine McClary EXPERT nosn engines canjo secured by application to the Stanford Garage Machine Co SATURDAY Sept 26th Is the last day for filing turnpike miscellaneous and merchants claims against Lincoln county George IL Cooper County Clerk ALL claims against fha estate of Mrs t Lucy Cash presented to mo properly P proven and verified at the First Nation al Bank Stanford Ky will be paid I H C Baughman ExorS I i r F LET mo insure your barn and tobac co W A Trlbble Stanford FOR SALEA lot tobacco sticks Felix White Stanford Phono G4 rings i WATCH for Duster Brown and his dog TIge II They are corning Cum mine Wcaren LOST a ladles short black coat between Stanford and Walnut Flat Reward If returned to this office YOUR graded school taxes are due In Hustonvlllo district Penalty goes on Oct 1st J H Hockcr Treasurer FOR KENT Four T room cottage with four acres of ground in good portion of Stanford Ed JIubbnrd Stanford THE Ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will meet with Mrs Bottle McKinney at 230 Friday after noon WHITE BROS the Crab Orchard water men had an order of their bolt led water from Newfoundland last week It is popular the world over I WILL be at the bank each Saturday to collect tho taxes for the Crab Orch ard Graded School Penalty goes on Oct 1 Georgo W Bronaugh i FOR Myform of 250 acres in tho Walnut Flat section 60 acres for corn 13 wheat 70 meadow balance for pasture Mrs Mary E Logan Stan ford Ky OPENING of Fall and Winter millinery on Thursday Sept 80 Everything from a baby cap to an auto hat Every body invited MIis Ella May Saun den WE keep overy foal for the School Kids lunch basket Try our pure sugar stick candy Just received a fresh shipment of Knr a van coffee and as good as ever Geo D Hopper Bid CUCUMBER JohnRobinson colored showed us a cucumber Wednes day that weighed 3b pounds Ho got the seed from a Washington la farmer and many of tho other cucumbers were almost as large as the ono ho showed RECITAL On Friday night Sept 24 at 8 oclock Miss Mary Walker Hlggins will give a piano recital at tho Library Auditorium assisted by Miss Elizabeth Sail co violinist and Mrs J IL Joplin vocalist Admission free Somerset Journal 5 FOit SALI will sell privately all medical books instruments a flno microscope good buggy and horse and lot of poultry and Incubators Have placed all accounts In hands of P M McRoberts for collection Mrs L B Cook Admx BOUGHT ANOTHER UOJrlGDr G G Perry has bought of the Cash heirs tho residence on West Main street oc copied by Rev D M Walker for 3250 Wo aro glad Dr Perry and his excellent family will continuo to make Stanford their homo MR JAMES L 1YRrrEand children and Mr J C Collier and wife loft Tuesday for Tucson Arizona to locate Mr Collier has been troubled with his lungs and goes with the hope of hav ing them cured but Mr White and rdbecausehero Our monled men should ponder over the thought that they aro making such a good man as Mr White seek other homes simply because they will not spend some of their money for homes that they can rent readily at good prices And they made tho money In Stanford too I SMOOTH TRicKMr J L Sloan was worked to tho tune of 781 on a forged order Monday Shortly after his wife arrived in town some man handed her an order saying pay this man 781 I have no checks at homo and signing Mr Sloans name Un suspecting as women mostly are Mrs Sloan went to the bank got tho money and gavo it to the man She suspect ed nothing until she spoke with her husband about tho occurrence when he aInothing from elt er the man or the money and we predict he will not do so It will just be a costly experience which well wager Mr and Mrs Sloan will not soon forget r BUSTER BROWN childrens shoes Cummins Wearen PHONE No 188 when you want tin ning and plumbing done W K War nor p FOR SALETwo young sows Young and thin In order Mrs E C Walton Stanford HANDMADE corn knives 25 cents and King Charm barn door rollers and track at George D Hoppers TUB court of appeals has advanced mlmltteeHolfzclaw had the misfortune to have their silos blown over by the storm of Tuesday night SAM OWENS Ho was arrested Wednesday night for having a suit case of beer in his possession by Dep uty Sheriff Hester I AM agent forte Ladles Homo Journal and Satureay Evening Post Give me your subscriptions Miss Josephine Carpenter LECTURERev George D Verco will lecture on his trip to Australia at Goshen church on Saturday evening Oct 2 beginning at 730 1 FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Logan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds LOST ON CounT DAY Sept 13th one largo red steer weighing over 1000 Ibs Last seen on Hustonvillo pike Notify M J Farris Danville Ky MOSES BALLARD Company G 123rd U S Colored Infantry Wanted information of tho above soldier or his family Address J N Saunders Atty Stanford Ky INSTRUCTIONS In Crochet given by Mrs W N Craig Tuesday and Thursday afternoons Those who wish to join the class will please notify her at once Phone 182 BEN BLAKELY our regular clothes cleaner and presser has been taking his two weeks vacation but will roturn for duty Monday Sept 20th ready for business Cummins Wearen FOR SALE OR TRADEOne 16 horse power Nichols Shepherd traction engine and two mounted saw mills log wagons etc All in good Call on or address 0 W conditionI mond Ky Gasoline Engines Wilder Strong whirlwind feed cutters and blowers Lightning crushers and grinders Line shafting pulleys and hang ers belting gas engine oil etc Stanford Garage Co DOCK PADGETT IN TROUBLE AGAIN At the reunion ot oldsoldiers near Kings Mountain last week Dock Pad gett knocked Green Skidmore In the head with a club Skldmoro has been in a precarious condition ever since Padgett has been put under 300 bond A few days before that ho cut a man by tho name of Lucas several times HARRY JACOBS the McKinney monument man got the contract from Mr J C Coulter of Middleburg for the erection of a handsome granite monu ment for his wife In the Middleburg cemetery and also from Mrs Mary Albright of Brodhead for one of the same design to go in the McKinney cemetery over the grave of her son Manly Albright WE are securing the data to show tho rdnk and file of tho republican party what proportion of tho offices and sala rlesiattached that they receive and what good berths and remunerations that the machine crowd holds and draws in Lincoln county It will be in teresting reading Tho plums have been luscious but those who havo en joyed them have been few BARGAINacres of good land of which 100 acres Is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x06 ice house buggy house two corn cribs good cisterns the whole farmtieing well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements td suit purchaser which Include 100 acres as fine bottom- land as tbera fc In the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stan ford Ky 4s OUR stock of heating stoves grates coal hods etc are In Come and see them W II Hlggins kindlyInvltopening of Eastern and Domestic Pat terns which will be shown Saturday Sept 25 1009 aj Danville Ky 2t TILE ear hatJudges M C Saufley of this place and S D Vanpelt were tho prominent speakers at the KIngsvillo reunion The paper further states that Squire J R Dudds of Danville also delighted his audi tors with a great spell binder WEARING a smile that splits his couptenanco from ear to ear Clarence Coleman a pcpular elcrlc at the Post office Is proudly announcing the ar rival 6f a son his first born The youngster will be named Clarence Cfements Coleman after his father and Clem W Hugglns Louisville time wasred otter day in the history of Danville It was a memorable occasion because of the laying of the cornerstone of the 80000 government building on the corner of fourth and main streets The schools and banks declared half holidays and everybody celebrated The Masons had charge of the cornerstone laying and at these ceremonies H G Sandifer as grand master was in charge with Hickman Carter ns Senior Warden and J N Saunders of this place as Junior Warden after consecration ceremonies Rev H C Garrison the orator of the day delivered an address touching upon Masonry and its value The services at the building were concludedwith benediction by Rev Everet Gill A short time after the ceremonies at the building the immense crowd went to the campus of Central University where they listened to a speech by Congress man Harvey Helm of Stanford who was largely instrumental in securing the appropriation for this building as well as an appropriation for park at Perryvillo battle ground His speech was a worthy effort and was well received at it deserved to booThe day was closed with a speech by lion Ben Lee Hardin of Harrodsburg Men of prominence In Masonic and business circles from many places were in attendance It was a day long to be remembered by the citizens of Little Britain II NOTICE I We have moved our produce hide and poultry Imitnoii from Myers table to our store recently purclwseU of Garland Bin gluten two doors from pottoltloe Vo itlllpay cask for oil kinds of country produce LAxnt JlrcifAXAX Stanford Ky Weak Kidneys week Kltaerv tardy poln to great kidney K m thechtech but In the nerre that control and raid and ttrengUiea theta Dr whoops Restora nilft medicine spedfleallr prepared to reach these 110IIIIIIwellIf tour back ache orIs weak U the mine raid orlidark joahJiTeinnptorai of Bright or other distressing or dangerous kId tredlseaae rJ Dr 8booPIReMoratlTe month wWdo ShoopsRestoralive PENNYS DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE or produce of Jennets of Kentucky best ftlt 14 Incba and lOJonnoti to tal 83 bead to bo sold nt Lexington Ky on TIIUU8DAY BEPT SO 1KB at oclock Rule at Gentry Stock Yards under shelter rain or shine Nothing priced or 10ldon Need not apply for vate sine Write for catalog Pfll Combs Lexington JrWUllnkinireard Bethel Ky I L n Hughes To W Humble W 00 Martin ra1itIods We aro receiving Full Goods every day Gingham in Plaids Stripes Ac Shoes yin Patents Vicis Ac Outings Flannelettes a full line of Blue Grass Madras Percales Nov clues mostly in jet nice line of Ribbons a full lino of Under wear Gentlemens Shirt a full line of Serges in all colorsfor School Suits fec and other things too numerous to rnentlonl We invite your inspection You will find our prices right and our goods the best that the market can furnish I itHUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY FO h The Dixon To bacco Saver This Stove is what tobacco men use in their barns The I S tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money You can begin tripping sooner You can put t to J in your barns Call and see thensr I W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky eRRkra1Rf arAa 0Rt1aRa ssFa AiaJa+aaaa eseallaNI- I at iMONEY IN THE BANK Ii 4 youi itho bank always ready for use when you want it yet always Ii4Iii Here is something WE KNOW a dollar in the bank draws others p to it Why How Because you have seen low It is to i= start and you will find It still eauler to continue by putting aUIIyou can spare in tho Bank If your money comes to you isums come to our bunk and it Get a book of 4 fiii4 right amount No danger of stlcklngtoetherino from hand and acraCK l iiiEr + tef+ ar as Aseaea aira ra t seVa V i wvVVVVV rvaVVVVVV vw VS +iVVVVVVV + vwrvVVVr lIij the Lincoln County national Bank Of Slaniordt Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- DIREOTORS J D Oweley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Oeo W CarlerISl niord John B FosterStanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Kah kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Crk e r k d4irThe Interior Journal JkileredinOiePottOictat Knfard II IgondtldH mcUer LN TIMETABLE No Jl Month JlsM PM No 23 Houtb 1103 A K No Zl North lOA x No r1 North B fl P JJ No 271047 A11- s No 29 Y40 Y xi JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I T The farm ot 110 acres of good blue grass Ind lying ono tulle North of McKinney on the Htnnrord pike Improvemesta and fencing good or wnter fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKlnney half under fence plenty ot water and tobacco land See grow nrtcrop J AOIYENSAgentMcKinney Fall and Winter Stock Have your measure ft tailor of ex perlence Thou your olotheswhetheralow price butneu suit or the nneat evenly elothei will have that individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will nUo take your meat ure for extra trousers fancy vests topcoats and overcoats Spring and Summer amples on hand readY for your inpectlon H O RUPLEY TheTailor CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best ns I well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths rot for funeral purposes I In connection nbove I have all Undslof vegetables on hand at reasonable pricesOIIRISTMAN GREEN HOUSES En UumiARU VBOB Stanford Ky s Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Rams Nothing But Insurance Jesse ii Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Office 857 Insure with me and be fully protected Two Small Farms for Sale I One containing S3 acres a room dwelllngpood stock barn and outbuildings nil under fence and every Held well watered I nero in young orchard 3 years old 12 acres in state of cultivation raised rlpounds tobacco and 1ft bUlhels wheat per acre on It last year Price Vita Hecond tract of 3K acres wltb- Iroom tenant house 63 foot tobacco barn well watered 3U acres under new fence bal ance in tine timber IS acres well cleared flne corn and tobacco land Irlce liuo Hit noted 8 tulles south of Stanford on Homer sot Tract No 1 Is on pike No S is 1 mile fromplko on county rondo Address or MO me at Stanford Ky IlO DE- RRYINSURANCE R B MAHOISY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado- LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount JLBeazleyCo Undei takers and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur nlture MattingsRugs They willexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right I STANFORD KENTUCKY Je Ce McClary Undertaker Embalmer arc r Dealer IrTKarness Saddlery STANFORD KY Oflo Phono Iff7 t HoraoPbone r FARMERSDEPARTMBHT I Winter seed oats for sale W D Hanson Moreland 4t Winter seed oats for sale Jones Baughman Moreland Ky We have 35 or 40 NOll feeding hogs for sale at once Lutes Co Huston ville Ky- Thurlow Jones bought of William Moaer 10 300 pound fyogs good and fat ones at 7c FOR SALESeed wheat Phone in residence C C King Carpenter Huatonville 2b The Danville Ice Coal Co bought 100 barrels of corn from John Yeager of Boyle at300 J H Baughman sold to W T Rob inson of Mercer a pair of his show mules for a little over 609 S J Bell bought of J T Short of Casey a mare for 190 He also bought one from Miss Anna Darst for 175 FOR SALEAbout 50 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 ono blind teat loft my place Tuesday Aug 3 Please notify N W Fowle Rowland Ky CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of fine pasture 21 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle at 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 W C Carpenter of Perryville sold to Wm Moss Sr 15 feeding cattle averaging 940 pounds at S460 Mr Mr Carpenter also bought a bunch of butcher cattle 900 pounds average at 4cAdvocateA weight about 500 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 Dr G G Perry is having his fine trotting stallion Don Varrlck trained by Lawrence Rogers who now has the speedy fellow at Lexington With very little training he has showed quarters in 35 a 220 gait By the way a Lin coln county man refused 140 for a suckling colt by Don Varrick this weekJohn Dolan of Lexington is to judge the fivegaited saddle horses at the Louisville Horse Show the week of Oc tober 11 according to announcement from the metropolis of the State Mr Dolan is one of the best known owners and breeders of five gaited saddlers in the State and his selection it is as sured will be satisfactory to the ex hibitors George C Clausen of New York will judge the threegaited sad dlers and as he served last year with eminent ability it is expected that he will b able to satisfy this time Great Mule Show At State Fair Horsemen and judges of mules were all together in declaring that the mule show in the livestock pavilion at 10 oclock yesterday morning was the best that has ever been given in Ken tucky The animals were of exceptional quality and represented much mon ey The competition was strong ne cessitating close decisions and the rings were well filled Many of the classes had nine to twelve entries Harry Laiarus of Bowling Green one of the largest mule dealers in the South and a man of such unerring judgment that he has been the decider of qualities in all parts oft the South from New Orleans to the At lantic seaboard acted as Judge in yes terdays show He said that he had never seen a herd of mules that surpassed in quality the body of animals in the Sing yesterday Mr Lazarus declared that he was mighty glad to see the interest in mules growing so fast in Kentucky and said that the high prices have caused the rapid development of the industry Tne awards made yesterday follow Ring 78Palr of mules in harness First Ben F Craddock Nolln Ky Kccond E H Wise Shelbyville Ky third J II Baughman Stanford Ky Ring 79 Horse mules 3 years and over First Ben F Craddock Nolin Ky second E H Wise Shelbyville Ky third J II Baughman Stanford KyRing No 80 Horse mules 2 years and under 3 First J H Baughman Stanford Ky second Thurstman Peters Springfield Ky I Ring No 82 Horse mulo under 1 year first J H Baughman Stanford Ky second J H Baughman Stanford Ky Ring No 83Mare mule 3 years and over First Ben F Craddock No lin Ky second Ben F Craddock No lin Ky third Wakefield Moore Wright Shelbyville Ky Ring No 84 Mare mule 2 yearsand under 3 years First T T Rawla Sharpsburg Ky second T T Rawla Sharpsburg Ky third J H Baugh man Stanford Ky Ring No 85Mare mule 1 year and under 2 First J H Baughman Stan I BaughmanStanford Son Shelbyville Ky CourierJour nal of Sept 15 Yes Im taking the rest cure As to howl I wait three hours livery day in the anteroom of a fashionable physician r McKINNEY Misa Alma Henderson of Trinity is the guest of Miss Anna Gooch McKinney Coal Feed Co reports the coal business improving right along Mr 0 C Dillon has rented the Estea farm for next year fromQ R Jones admrMrs Wm Wheat of Mlddleburg will go to Louisville this week to pur chase Fall stock of goods Rumor has it that several of our young people will decide their fate at the matrimonial altar before many snows fall The Misses Gooch have conducted the business in the postoffice in such a manner that the patrons are much pleased with them Be it said to their credit because the post masters catch it Miss Ruth Tanner left Wednesday for Georgetown College Mr Bob Clothier of Somerset makes hfs visit to this place short but pointed I judge from the smllo on a certain young ladys faceWe are informed that Dr Barker president of tho Hustonvllle Telephone Co has decided on account of the in crease in business to give us an exchange here Miss Archie Coffey will be the operator and it will be in their residenceMiss Thomas of Phil Casey county who has been visiting at More land stopped over here a whilo to see her brother Cleo Thomas Mr J S Murphy made a business trip to Somerset and other points south in the Interest of his mill J L Beck has gone to Wayne to receive a bunch of nice Polled Angus steers that he bought a while back Mr E J Tanner attended the State fair Mr G T Ashloclc we are sorry to state is very sick Ilia wife has also been sick for several months It looks to an ontsidcr as if they have had their share of affliction J Lee Murphy and wife of Boyle are with his parents Mrs i S Coleman of Aurora Ind is having quite a pleasant sojourn with her son and daughter at this place Mrs C H Wright Miss Anna Gooch and others took advantage of the ex cursion rates to Cincinnati Sunday Mr 0 C Dillon and family of Burn side are visiting Mr J J Eliott his father In law With Rush The demand for tLat wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings New Life Ylilais astounding Pennys Drug Store people shy they never SlUt tho like Its because they never fail to cure sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Bilious ness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c I could perfect my machine If I could get anybody to believe in me Yet you are undoubtedly a genius Thats just the trouble Everybody thinks it isnt safe to trust a genius with money It Is the weak nerves that are cry- Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store CONCRETINGWe creting men as and in fact we cnn make nay thing front r hoaio down ton fence post Vo can serve you promptly mid guarantee IlrHclnii work and Call and get our prices before you buyyvmr material lit least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A line blue grow farm for sale iltuated on new pIke near Point Leavell und six miles loulh Lancater containintae acres well located in good neighborhood beln part or the John Walker tract with II hand somo now twostory sevenroom residence- hereonwhim nil neeeullrr outbuildings and good new barn 40x60 Well watorel six never falling springs and creek running Trusts44 cash In hand balance one nnd woyearatromdnrof sale bearing 11x per cent interest leronllooklnlt for such place write or see O WALKER Htanford BUY YOUR I T HIDES FURS GlastRlJGoldca youthinReference any Beak in Louirrille Write forwecklyence list and ship ping tail We WOW billS free MSABELSONSC tuN a in 1S8S 229 E Market SL LOUISVILLE KY BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE My nne lllue bnicgrnss farm n i miles West of Ilustonvllle one tulle from pike and Carpenters Htntlon consisting acres or rich blue8rnu hemp or tobacco land nil In grass rbll farm can be equally divided to advantage so as to have a good DWELLING HOUSE- on ench piece also nit necessary outbuild ing The tarn lays almost in n square only oneangle in lines There are Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables one tenant house good water In every field six lasting with three streams run ning through whole tract J Steele CarpenterI1UIlTONVlLLIII Kr 4- MU tt v r J 1 Lf 0 T r l j AI 1 ioi ts Believing that the people of Kentucky Mi will be interested in the organization ofthe i 10v Citizens 7 a1 iiationaiatat I 11 I liEe I ItI I Insurance t Company Ji Believing that they WANT such a company believing 1thatthey will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for Jf sits stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting 11 subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are i 0 the amounts subscriptions for each week K t First Week August 2nd t 10696000 t I Total Second Week August 9thi 200240004 Total Third Week August 16th 34500000ITotal Fourth Week August 23- rdS46946OOO 0 Total Fifth Week August 30 t I 6O1700OO v I Total Sixth Week Sept 6 4 738220y r I Total Seventh Week September 13 J 83466000r I Ii Eighth Week Over r r 100000000r + IF YOU ARElINTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL TIns COUPON 1 r 1 W II GREGORY ANTOIO ivriiitioit JOUUKAU CY LOUISVILLE IVY j Please LNGK COMPANYiS Name t f Address i 1 Farm for Rentfor 1910 I Form contain 189 acres thick bouse tf 7 rooms barn cribs and all outbuildings ami Sine spring Macros of bottom land 40 acres upland balance In and Umber Seeding rights this Knlir Would like to rent before Hept15 Unit on Nun HA IMK J Stanford ON H K U No1 Ky FARMS FOR SALE I 1 wish to sell 11 farm oftt ncres I ironJumbo Lincolnlie nonitgood l0roloni dwelling good cellar spring louse 1 and fs In high state olcul tlviitlonTAUo have tour other small fnrms for sale All well Improved Terms until rnetoryn O HI IPLE Stanford Ky II F V No- 3EXECUTORS SALE Of two bouses and Jots in Hustonvlllo Ky v1 T of the will of Mrs Hattie- RUhopdoeeasedIwill on the premises In Ilustonvllle a about the pour s oclock PM on- HATUHDAY GOT a 1C09 sell at puhllo auction to the hlKhuit bidder houses ItiHusionvlllo Ky which t strntrlx own ut her death Ono Is the homo and pot on the North side of Main street arid which includes tho homo where the postolllco now kept The lot 1ms a Irontnge on street of nbout GO feet and extends back about US feet nnd around to Danville street on which It has H rontngo of nbout HU feet The louse Is IX stories contains Brooms and kItchen There II a good well on the lot The other lot fronts on the North side of Mimic street about JW feet and extends back nbout 19 feet to nn nley It adjoins tho other lot and Includes two storerooms Terms are half cash balance 11 months credit on notes with good security bearing interest from ot sale and sncured by ropertywith privilege to the purchaserto pay the notes before mnturl ty Possession given or1 deed to be thon madeI KDWAlll AU3OUN Exor SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I nm prepared lode all kinds of surveylng and civil enlnelrlllg promptly 51y work will bo Ruarantved and ore lea sonable Write incatllchlntne over tilt telephone through the Ivlutonvlllu- Exchange WA rIm Noti1NYEY Tjii McKinney Woolen Mills McKlnney Ky Is now In operation nnd Is ready to servo Limo public In JeaniiItlutyi lIonke Jtlllllnell Yrnlwork wool or exchange Roods for It High est market price fur wool 01I WIUGIIT P- rorIlinwjddie 1 fF Con- Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods J J BELDEN For Houionnd Oarrlag Ialntlnn nnd Trim LocumIUIlilI JJ DKLvK Htanford Ky JO PER CT REDUCTION c B pRunr Moroland Kentucky MotUIlIilIruggNIIMJr cent rMuctlon Havesomo rare lanrgnfnsiii toIMood line of MHS metal and wood metal crlbacotrulattrenIc SlollIIIHhWell equipped stock of funeral supplies Service night or day G II IllUITT Morelnnd Ky Farm for Sale On Danville h Hustonvllle pike of 0ncrol Ioro10nlwoterfurnllhed 1 fnrmInOrnhlahbred mares 4 registered 1 registered utallloni 83 termhgtbattockundI vomotlsvo 20Odd mull hour work mules down to colts approclRteof this farm to this person from + n distance Iti tOroacentroutotillK mile froth station n B KINO Moreland Kytr o