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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL v TOL XXXVII 0 STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1909 N0 61 IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Peter Tribblo Gentry of Boyle aged 61 la dead- Leonard Abner charged with being implicated in the murder of Jamea Lane a prominent farmer near Bcrcs In June has been arrested in Oklahoma Archie HiiTo and family will remove to Ludlow next week to make their homo it being more convenient for him on account of lila run being out of that place Somerset Republican R G Rout Ballard a stock dealer from Garrard county came to Rocks I castle county last week and bought mules and cattle to the amount of near ly 2000 Riving checks on tho Peoples flank of Paint Lick which went to protostMt Vernon Signal J Hogan Bollard of Bryantsville is one of tho most conscientious autoy mobiiists In this section of tho country On his way from Lexington last week he ran down and killed a hen and In atead of going on unmindful of tho grief of the owner of that hen he Itn Mediately stopped got out tenderly picked up the unfortunate fowl and rang tho doorbell of the house nearby A woman opened the door and he bo gall to talk saying I am very sorry to Inform you that I havo unintention ally killed this hen of yours and stated that ho was willing to pay all damage but the good lady said lam much oblige to yourI have been try Ing to catch three days to cook for dinner and I never could lay a hand on tho pesky thing Thank you sir thank you So he raised his hat and said You are entirely welcome NIcholasvIllo Tribune W McKINNEY lSgoire Dudderar dispensed justice to some doers at Moreland on tho22d Roy J H Coleman of Louisville r t will fill tho pulpit at tho Baptist church hero Oct 4th Miss 0 T Stagg of Huitonvllle Is spending a few days with Bcrtio Mur phy of this place- J C Conn superintendent of bridges on tho Q C stopped over at Hotel I Ashlock House Friday night Messrs S M Owens and W L Me Carty were In this section looking after the latter interest in thesherirtsrace I Mr E J Tanner while attending the State fair bought a large supply of Fall goods a pleasure and business trip t combined mire Jones the hustling produce merchants aro making extensive preparations in the way of buildings to take caro of the fowls eggs etc The drouth has begun to bo a little 1eerlouJ In our locality Tho farmers to cut their wheat crop short t t because they cant break tbd ground and the Columbia Singletree plant will havo to shut down on account of having no water Misa Dolls Luddy and Mrs Tcrscll Waddle of Somerset aro visiting Mrs J M Carter and mother Miss Lena Deck is visiting her sister Mrs Kato Davis who resides at Danville Mr Is a conductor on the C S R It antis n good business man Danvllla is location for him- MATRIMONIAL Mr and Mrs J S Murphy announce the ongagcmcut of their daughter Miss Dcrtlo Carr to Mr Robert McDowell Fogle of Casey county Tho wedding will occur at the home of tho prospect lye bride on Wednesday Nov 10 Mr James Painter our clever Brod head correspondent and Miss Lillie Rash a fine young woman of Brodhead were Joined heart and hand Friday night at the Baptist church in that city May heavens richest blessings abide with thorn all of their days and their lives bo happy always CHURCH MATTERS Rev J F Bell of Louisville held an interesting meeting nt Grove It lasted 12 days and 39 joined by baptism and seven bv reclamation President Taft preached a sermon In the Mormon Tbaernacle at Salt Lake Isis text was A soft answer turnoth away wrath butgrieyous words stir up anger I like to visit that collection of musical Instruments in tho museum What pleasure can you derive from viewing a lot of musical instruments locked up in cases I like to see em safely out of circu latlon I live in a fiat Health CoiTeo is tho cleverest Imitation of real coffee over yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fino In 3 flavorIs made in Just one minute i Ko 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store IIthink I must be going remarked J man for the tenth time u You do not appear to mo to bo go 9 lag declared the young lady after Inspecting him carefully You seem F A to be pertectiyetatlonerYj NEWS NOTES The Buckeye Powder Mill located at Edwards Station III was blown up Police Inspector Edward McCann of Chicago charged with grafting was found guilty by a jury It is expected that the Louisville Nashville railroad will run through trains from Frankfort to Beattyvillo by March 1- Secretary Knox has decided not to- go to El Paso to be present at tho meeting of President Taft and Presi dent Diaz Mlle Simone Bernhardt tho granddaughter of Mme Sarah Bernhardt was married at Versailles to Edgar S GrossWhilo the news is by no means complete fuller reports from the storm swept districts on the gulf coast Indl cate that 100 lives wero lost Five indictments charging violations of tho pure food and drug law were returned by tho Federal grand jury against as many San Francisco firms Fire destroyed tho postoffice and several business buildings in the vintage of Newpolnt Ind Several persons were Injured The loss is estimated at 30 000IDes Moines was byInterurbanstreet car In Des Moines la Tho accident occurred on a trestle Unknown parties broko into the dairy of Jack Roark in Fayetto county and sprinkled Paris green in tho milk and butter It was discovered just in time to prevent delivery to customers James M Carpenter a relative of- Dr J G Carpenter of this place is dead at his home in St Louis He was 77 years old and ono of the wealthiest and most prominent men in Missouri Tho French dirigible military balloon lepubllque exploded in the air five miles from Moullns and was wrecked Capt Marchal Lleut Phauro and sub l leuta Vinccnot and Reux were killed Tho American Association base hall season closed with Louisville the pen nant winner and Milwaukee in second place During tho season Louisville won 93 and lost 75 games finishing with a percentage of 551 William IL Moire a Cleveland man who is now in Battle Creek Mich has just completed a fast of fifty and one half day In performing the feat Matro lost 40 pounds in flesh Throughout tho fast ho drank filtered water Pitteburgera lost over 1000000 as fl result of the tornado which swept the gulf coast Monday Tho Mononga hula River Consolidated Coal and Coko Company lost practically all tho coal it had afloat tho value of which is esti mated at over 600000 Inquiries aro being made by tho In sular Bureau of tho War Department regarding the report from Manila that the revenue cutter Sora has been cap lured by Moro pirates and her crew of 14 murdered No official advices have been received yet at tho War Depart mentSection hands on thu Louisville Nashville railroad found tho bodies of 36 sailors and fisherman near Dunbar Station L This brings the total num ber of dead resulting from last Mon days hurricane up to approximately two hundred Tho bodies were badly decomposed and were buried near tho old trackbed without Identification The total number of bales of cotton hold on August 31 in tho United States was 1519932 as against 1236053 in 1903 according to a report by tho Cen sus Bureau and 1514567 in 1907 The quantity of cotton held in the cotton growing States on August 31 last was 702098 bale and in all other States 816934 bales The sect known an tho Triuno Im mersionists who havo been patiently waltln for tho world to cqmo to an end at West Duxbury Mass for tho past two days havo left tho theater of their activities as tho millcnlum failed to appear on schedule time Hungry and tired most of the 300 have repaired to their homes Public interest will follow President Taft as his itinerary this week takes him Into the Northwest From Ogden Utah the presidents train goes to Butte Mont From there tho courso is west to Spokane and Seattle thence south to Portland where pext Sunday will be spent Tho chief executive is timing tho subjects of his speeches to the character of his his remarks this week are likely to cover a wldo range of topics of governmental and popular interest A HurryUpCall Qulckl Mr Druggist Qulckl Abox of Bucklens Arnica Salvo Heres a quarter For the love of Moses hurry 1 Babys burnedhlmsolf terribly John ate cut his toot with theaxo Mamlos soaldedPa cant walk from piles Bllllehas bolls and my corns ache faml11Y l 9uaraizteeI yau are entitled in buying Hart Schaffner Marx to a most positive assurance of your satisfaction Every dealer in our clothes is authorized to say this to you 9 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 cuttingseams sewed with pure silk thread 5 tailored in clean sanitary shops 5 and free from every defect ofmaterial or j workmanship More than that The dealer is authorized to say yourImoneyjvvill be refunded i Hart SchafFner Marx HUSTONVILLE Miss Lizzio Philips of Liberty is the guest of her aunt Mrs Wm Myers Rifles school closed last week on ac count of diphtheria but no deaths have resulted yet- Irof R S Eubank of Lexington was the guest of Mr Chas Wheeler Saturday and Sunday Alfred Russell has sold his 60 acre farm to Jonathan Russell who will move there in the near future F P Smith lost a valuable memoran dum book Saturday the 18th and a suit able reward for return It Rev Wm Cloyd and daughter of Yuma Arizona aro visiting friends and relatives In this and Casey county- J G Weatherford and Doc Drye re turned from n three days fishing trip on big South Fork with 20 nice black bass One of the best corn crops in years is being cut In this locality Good wages are being paid and additional hands can secure work Rifle Tucker shipped Saturday one car of hogs and one car of butcher cat tie Coulter McCormack shipped ono car of hogs and cattle The rnemorial exercises in memory of Rev W Logan Williams at his grave Sunday afternoon were well at tended and an able address was deliver ed by Rev D M Walker of Stanford Capt J D Yocom chairman of com mltteo in charge authorizes us to an nounce that there will be a reunion of tho Blue and Gray next epteinber in a beautifully shaded 20 aero park li miles south of McKinney on the Southern railroad The location is Ideal with fine roads in every direction and near tho famous sulphur springs Comrades and friends from Pulaski Casey Adair Lincoln Boyle and Gar rard counties are cordially invited to at CUMMINS iWEAKEN H tend Tho exact dates and full partic ulars will be given later Col George Bohon and wife Miss Hannah Potcet and Hanley Bohon and wife ran over from Ilarrodsburg Sun day in tho formers auto Dr Jas Wesley says ho concluded to move away from where he lives now so he placed his largo two story dwelling on rollers and has it now more desirably located a few hundred yards from the old slto and nearer to the public high wily New corn is being sold for 2 60 per bbl delivered at gathering time but few sales aro being made There are crops in this section that will yeild 76 bu per nero and some think tho price will decline later n TUG DIG LEXINGTON TROTS The greatest trotting meeting in the world begins at Lexington Ky on Tuesday Oct 6th and continues ten days Every day one or more of tho historic stake races of Kentucky are contested and all tho races aro filled with the best horses from all sections of the country meeting at Lexington for the first time this year There are nearly 700 entries in the 33 races and it will be tho greatest meeting ever known Ex cursion rates ono fare round trip will bo in effect from all Kentucky points The best racing and music in the coun try Remember the dates Oct 5 to 16 and attend Go Wtth A Rush The demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings Now Life PiUsIs astounding Pennys Drug Store people suy they never saw tho like Its because they never fall to euro sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Bilious ness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25c FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED INIJ882 CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2tt500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr- WWSaundersBookkeeper r DIRECTORS- F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- W B OBannon J S Mocker O E Tate 1798 Traitftjlvapia Uoiversihj 1909 Continuing Kentucky University I Tho College of Liberal arts coeducational Hamilton College for Women and the College of law Three campuses embracing 23 acres Thirteen buildings with modern equipment uroJleI3tandl1nJizedDIand L L B G0004StudentsMoral Influenced cultural environment scholarly ideals reasonable ex peases The session begins Sept 13 lOOO =Write for catalogue today RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD A M Ph D Pres LEXINGTON KENTUCKY J t The Interior Journal t Eo Co WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M Co BAUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer For State Senator R 1 HUBBLE of Lincoln county y For Representative W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff W L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of School GARLAND SINGLETON suiiFor Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNffi For Constable Stanford District I MRUCE For MaglstratelOrab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvlllo District J K HELM SR For Magistrate Waynosburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Vaynesburg DistrictI JOHN G BAUGHI JOE MAGEE Is a candidate for Police Judge of Crab chardeublect to the action of the demo cratlo party and asks your support I MB HELM AT DANVILLE Col W P Walton in tho Lexington Evening Gazette has a very complimentary edi tonal account of the Danville Government Building cornerstone laying which he says of a Stanford man theof following The guest of the occasion Congressman Harvey Helm delivered a fine address from a platform erected in a beautiful grove on the Central UnlEversity campus and showed j an orator of always increasing pow A more appropriate speech could not have been delivered and he was complimented by everybody The D ville Advocate of the same date says J The Advocate takes great pleasure in laying before its readers in this to issue the eloquent and excellent ads heCongressmannesday afternoon in connection with the ceremonies incident to laying the cornerstone of the Government building in this city the appropriation for which he has been largely instrumental in ob of taming Without invidious distinction or in any wise detracting from the merits of others delivered on the sam occasion it can be truthfully said that it will compare favorably with any eVeta before delivered anywhere by anybodyhu at any time and all those not fortunate of enough to hear it upon perusal will beartbl out this assertion Congressman Helm has not only developed into an orator hF3 waistproven himself an intelligent faithful and conscientio- worker for the best interest of his co e Btituents and should and doubtle will receive the plaudit of well done 00 esJtoodONLY 34 OipulledDemocrats must stand shoulder to c shoulder and elect the splendid ticket apd erpresentedthe next four years If there be democrat in Lincoln county dissatisf over the nomination of any democratic nominee that defeated a friend of his for in the primary our appeal to him is toOJ keep his record clean by voting theLeestraight democratic ticket and be govYa erned by an obliging painstaking and capable jiet of officers rather than a ceed crowd nominated by a steam roller ma partWilladdate conttritoue i He neos and keep those who oppose it sitting in the background with no hope of reward The machine bosses didnt itt even letthem have a membership on the county executive committee Why didnt they we wonder Because theamachine had to use the committee InMa order to get the Federal patronage in Lincoln county that is distributed at ticket the pin counter Kentuckians demoof crate or republicans wont stand for except machine made nominees and bosses whose They love fair play and when the bal lots are counted in Lincoln county InGNovember that factwill be made known in no uncertain tones As we went rasaThursday after a once noon the 18th republican judicial com retail mittee was in session and had not act ed on Capt Wm Herndone candidacy for the republican nomination for cir cult judge in this district When the vote was taken in the committee as to whethera convention should be ca or not the committee tied up Ides DavIson and Porridge voting against the making or calling for a nomination and hissers Swope and Ransdell for do- Ing so It was pretty tough on the Captain to be the only candidate for said nomination and have the steamroller machine run over his wishes in the premises especially so too when his own county chairman Mr Eatrid voted against his own countyman Captain you must bow to the bosses and the republican machine However a nomination against Judge M C Sauf ley would only have been loves labor lost tilE Harrodsburg Republican s we are trying to butt into good company when we show up the delingn cies and the shortcomings of iUedi and that it cannot afford to pay attention to small sheets Upon what m docs the former 2x4 school teacher ft that he has grown so great It was so before he got to be Insurance Commissioner in which position ha has become the laughing stock of the Sta Small indeed is the head which can easily turned and swollen to such pi portions It is not such company his that we seek We simply want ggest what an Infernal fool an to cut such fantastic tricks beta lie has been clothed in a little brief au thority and given a little doubtful prominence Tohell with such cattle t- OUT in Carroll county Ill as ingtonwomen do babies they raise watermelons on the bottle The pro tree is simple consisting of cutting a runner or branch vino immediately backof the developing melon and in sertinglthe cut end of the vine i bottle of water sweetened a sugar The water is quickly absorbed I resulting in increased size of melon rapid growth and greater sweetness giOrTHE Lieutenant Governor who ac cedes to the office of Governor of Min nesota is a Swede whose original name was Olson but when he married he petitioned the court for some reason to permit him to take the na his wife which was Eberhart TI about the only case of tho kind record By the death of Governor Johnson the Democrats lose out as he tho only one on the ticket elect hart and the whole layout are publicansr SECRETARY WILSON says the price of meat goes up because the tvorkfrigwhich 1people of this country not only eatroom meat three times a day but eat ti enew best cuts The worthy secretary see m have been misinformed Let himgl tarry awhile at the butcher stand axWwill see that with the high the average laboring man iswith pretty well satisfied with chuck steaks neck cuts and soup meatala RECENT estimates place the supply ford coal in the United States as being sufficient to last more than seven thousand years That problem having iteage estimator who knows what he IsOc and with the conditions bolo tell us how long the republicans bed Lincoln will stand machine rule in party in this county grain I SEEN be the fashion papers Itas Hogan would say that the feminine line is to be put back where it oussee a woman s enoug i with heroesssf young now in vogue Also whOwensborone He is making it a good paper T it is already supplying a long felt eaPOLITICALHon John T Hinton was nominated mayor of Paris over Mayor James by 50 majority tated McClung the treasurer of the e University has been selected as the Treasurer of the United States to eu c- HillCharles H Treat Saturdays Times printed a good of Miss Jennie Higgins candi on the Democratic ticket for tied Superintendent of Garrard County Pub Pike Schools At Jackson J C Hurst Republican candidate for County Judge of Breath was shot and probably fatally wounded at Wilhurst his home by his brother Hannibal Hurst T Bannard was nominated for or of New York by the Republican convention It was announced that the would have the cordial support guests all the antiTammany organizations first the Independence League t delegates withdrew from the conference Comer of Alabama who has beenunder lire of the anN prohibttid element under the charge of having sold liquor himself admitted in speech a few days ago that he did or whisky about 40 years ago box but that he quit 30 years ado aniT that he thoughtitnow one of the greatest curses to mankind It was learned that Gov Johnson had left a will and srollwidow Elinore Johnson is bequeathed all his property The will was found among some pnvato papers in a small safe It will be filed for probate Mon day In keeping with the dignity of the highest office in Minnesota and to the accompaniment of tolling bells the ebody of former Gov John A Johnson was escorted froth the rotunda of tho State Capitol at St Paul with military pomp to St Peter Minn where it was laid in the family lot in Green Hills cemeteryBy vote State Senator Hil Mayorsysheld Ills opponents were James S Hydetoras a for the liberal or anti atprohibition element A majority of the sympaatAdditional LoCa- le eAPAIR of Country Kids at Wai 0tons Opera House Friday night Oct 1- as onetopikeU9FOR RENTMy farm of 250 acres in e Walnut Flat section 50 acres for forLoford Ky ALL claims against the estate of Mrs I Lucy Cash presented to me properly proven and verified at the First Nation paidithI FOR SALE OR TRADEOne 16 horse power Nichols Shepherd traction en and two mounted saw mills log wagons etc All in good condition Call on or address 0 W Potts Rich mond Ky- SOIIEDODY stole N W Fowjbs cow and kept it in a stable until it got too lonlterewas e rsnmove gave the animal to a friend Mr Fowl hopes to locate the rascal who so bru whentBARGAIN 354 acres of good land D 100 acres is bottom land eight I dwelling two good stock barns tobacco barn 36x9C ice houses buggy house two corn cribs etc two I cisterns the whole farm being watered well fenced and lays well ill sell as a whole or cut 200 acres I improvements to suit purchaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom as there is in the county This Is bargain See L R Hughes Stan Ky PUBLIC SALE wclockStanford Ky I will on Saturday 2 1909 sell at public auction the pay refollowing personalty 650 piano 30 room set 22 folding bed sanitary couch 25 Brussels Drugget 13 in drugget matting on 3 rooms safe dining room chairs extension table 7 rockers cooking stove lawn mower NtlclesItselfnegotiable note payable in the JtermsEverything goes to tho highest bidder of have 500 worth of books some of ne I will sell privately Remember date Saturday Oct 2 at 10 A M I W Barker Stanford Ky BRODHEAD Sheriff R L McFerren was here Saturday collecting taxes The turnpike question is being agi in this county at present rhe next fifth Sunday meeting of I executive board of the Rockcastlo Baptist Association will be held at Oct 31 PineI Miss Mary Amy Robins 10 Hance Robins and Joe Mink were marpas near here Thursday Rev A Jfofficiating Messrs Albright and Johnson have cOI11legeeorge was fSaturday IfWorthof Mr and Mrs Ed Albright J sin of week Ed K Gentry left for Louisville last week to enter law icdMrs Annnytocure Indigestion or money ba krRelieves distressed stomach gas Etc in five minutes t 60c t r TheN IT 0Q D IINr cici C1ctbes S thepeopleyouires jf havesomeand 25 Suits U J McROBERTS Stanford Ky t l FOR SALE I j Will sell n Clothing Bhoo ami Ocnt Fur luIIMASONS MEET andfblrilafondnynight of each month at TUU oclock In their hall on men trftel titan ford Ky MemUrt of iliter lodgel lire Ira turnallr Invited to bo pre + rat T W Iun l oington Hoc f Y1 CARTER Now Llyorv j Dopot 1Phono STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE I e have moral our produce hltlll and ltry lmilm irom Jlycrrstablu to our lion recently purchased of Onrlnnd Hln t Qletontxndoonrum pottonire We ftlll cash for nil kinds of country product ItAND A IH iiAXAJf Htauford KJ Weak Kidneys Weak Eldn07 rarely point ta weak kldaer heA0rle9fftrenftbea them Dr whoop KMtonUT U Bedldni ipedUwIly prepared to retch theM eItMAaIBrIh or other dltU + + or dsatuow kid ydl eaietryDrGhooDlKetoniUTtaBoath wWdoDr RestorativePENNYS POJTEID We strictly dbunUnQllsbinQoraAfiklnd of tree vi to the full extent of the law lu Mattle hewer Jt lcU nbuch Bros Fred liaumann A T TraYlor fllbnrn Gooch NH nlr NunnelleyJE Bruce David Htovens JobnOamenlscb WmOordler Travlor M D Hlmore UotllbOllck Fred llundorlTjThompson U 111 V Mo er Mr and Mrs JuH Kadi Klbnsa Mr N J Horton we J Elliott Mrs Oco LOKIIII U Uaugherty Frank Coulter v Fntb rleo lr O a Jcrr V onnehHIIlIaultllmaU rnrRarut Uooch Jacob HanDer lleoO Olvom W 11 TraYlor Hnm lloborts John Jnfur Amend HcIlcferJI J Hotinaun lTileasluy A 1 Mathony UWeleyJT aytH Crown Nannie U Good U IC McClure ItonecterrWOBrpentlrW TornFOttlllJ y I grcGL1enny 1 R H Colfoy K Jl Coleman i FOR HOT WEATHER HELP f l A tel I TRY OUR t3Sponger 3 I Bath Brushes Toilet and Bath W AND ISPIQIAILYr 01wt 4ta M I PENNYS DRUG STORE A Stanford Kentucky 8 8BBBBBBBBBBBBB If you want the Best Drill made try theHHoosier For sale by- E IIr T PENCE STANFORD KY I 1 I EEiI1EEe I Joit r ila Coffee with fife Strength Flavor and Aroma Fot the next 30 dope kit I will 61Y9 i yir ii Five Pounds Cpfleo nt35c 81 7Jj t 1 Nickel Dip Coflco Pot at 8 1501 10 d 32 For thirty dny you sayo 81 25 1 f GYIIEIT A TRIAL L coJ 1 GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford r CJ SON KY I The Interior Journal IBrulFoRD KY Burr 28 1900 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar we will toll on Saturday and Sundays only 6 cents ennye Drug Store PERSONALS Mns B F Goons continues quite ill MRS T S KENNEDY II in Lexington MRS SUSAN II YEAOER is ImprovIng slowlyD SlrrJE went up to London Sat urday on business MR W II WEAKEN has returned from Pcnsacola lola Miss AUCE BKAZLEY has returned from a flslt to relatives In Boyle and Canard MRS J S OWSLEY went to Atlanta yesterday to enter Dr Gusslo Phillips sanitarium s MRS MARY E SIIEARS of Fott Worth Texas Is tho guest of Mrs W f vS Denham DR M Co HEATH of Richmond spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs A II Severance MISS SADIE BAUOHMAN of Huiton L yule haa been the guest of Mies Eliza- betht t J BsuRhmsn t r JAMES WIWAMS who has been 11- f with scarlet fever Is improving rapidly Somerset Times t MIss DEnT KILUON of Lexington after n vult to Mrs Wlo Dlihon re 1turned homo Friday S J EMIIRY JR went to Ash land yesterday to visit her relative Mrs C J Kitchen JAMES II EADS accompanied his son Hguh and daughter Miss Sophronia Ito tho Wayne county fair Miss AUCR ALCORN returned to Cave Sponge Ga Saturday to teach again In the school for the deaf Miss MAGGIE LIVINGSTON of Crab Orchard was a visitor In Lancaster I Sunday Lancaster Record MR JAMES II BAKER and wife of are with Mr J M Lovell and 1Kansal in tho Saufley section MRS WILL BRIGHT and daughter Katie Lee of Lexington spent several days with Mrs J E Ilolman MRS J F IARuE of Louisville spent several days with her parents Duddorart1 Is visiting In Winchester Mr Merry Fryo accompanied her as far as Stanford MRS J J LAWRENCE and daughter Mary Elizabeth after n visit to Mrs J F Hackley returned to Mt Vernon yesterday MR AND MRS J W IRELAND and Misses Margaret Hopper and Frances f Adams and Dr T W Pcnnington spent Saturday at MU Vernon DORM to tho wife of Manford Chevi let at Kings Mountain an 8pound democrat The youngster has bean christened Freddlo Chevillet f MISSES NELL AND JOSEPHINE WAR 1RN returned to Cave Springs Ga whero they will teach again i 4 this year in tho school for tho dear 4MRs JOHN CARTER has returned fair at Nlcholasvllle Mrs J W Cocking and daughter spent t Saturday in Stanford Jossamine Journal t MR DEN SAMUEL has returned to his home at Columbus Ky after spending several days with Miss Llccic Martin at the home of her grandparents Mr and Mrs C M Jones DOD SAUFLEY formerly of this place has sold his drug store at Harrods burg and will leave in a few days on a business trip to New Mexico and I Arizona where ho has mining interests Somerset Journal Ifisafis EMMA SIIUGARS of ShIp t plngsburg Pa and Margaret and Bessie Shugare of Lancaster accom I panied by Mr Owen Shugars were hero Sunday in an auto the guests of Mr and Mrs W K Shugars J RANDOLPH HARRIS of Stanford was with his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris for a short visit last week Mesdames R H Bronaugh and J F Holdam of Crab Orchard and Mrs Wm Mason Morris and little son of Muskog eOklawere guests Saturday of Dr and Mrs A S Price I Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts has re t turned to Randolph Macon College in Virginia where she will graduate this year and we are confident in the high eat noraLancaster Record Y i f I That Fall Suit Do these crisp Autumn days mnko you wish for a comfortable feeling suit in a rich warm shade lookingJDontless Buy a suit with a coat the right length and the skirt the proper fullness Wo are showing some pretty models in Green Navy Catoba Paupe Resin and Buick The workmanship is all anybodycould desire Our stock is complete with raw goods in every I SEVERANCE STANFORDMiss MATTIR PAXTON Is at Dripping Springs for a few days A LITTLE son has arrived to bless the homo of Mr and Mrs C H Singleton CASHIER STANLEY MolNrosii of the Waynesburg Deposit Dank was hero Tuesday MR AND MRS WALTER JONES of Apalachie Va accompanied the re mains of Mrs Mary Bryant to this place for burial- UNuEawEAR LOCALS at Severance Sons YOUNG cockerels for sale at 1 Mrs L B Cook Stanford Ky I LOST between Walnut Flat and Ce dar Creek a black coat Ethel Hilton Stanford Ky SPECIAL display suit skirts Wednesday Let us make oue to fit you Severance Son OUR bascomee we are now prepared to make all kinds of treat drink Shugars Tanner LOST a ladles lackcoat be tween Stanford and Walnut Flat Re ward if returned to this office YOUR graded school taxes are due in lIustonvl1le district Penalty goes on Oct 1st J H Hocker Treasurer FOR RENT Four room cottage with four acres of ground in good portion of Stanford Ed Hubbard Stanford Tim editor of this paper thanks Sudgo W L Dawson for a nlco lot of roasting ears of the second crop of this years growth TEN dollars will buy CO bushels of pure CAnnel coal put In your house No trouble to hold fire over night with thia coal J H Baughman Co THE creditors of George Gooch deceased are hereby not fed to file with mo their claims properly proven J B Paxton M C L C C 3t I WILL be theabank each Saturday to collect tho taxes for tho Crab Orch ard Graded School Penalty goes on Oct 1 George W Bronaughe Go to tho Opera House next Friday night and see that lively country play A Pair of Country Kids You will surely get your moneys worth OPENING of Fall and Winter millinery on Thursday Sept 30 Everything from a baby cap to an auto hat Every body invited Miss Ella May Saun ders IP you havont all ready had us fin your coal house with Fox Ridge coal best see us at once We guarantee this tho best burning coal that comes to Stanford J 11 Baughman Co FOR SALEI will sell privately all medical books Instruments a fine 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 AdmxS- KIDbfORE DEAD GreenSkidmore who was knocked in tho head with a club by Dock Padgott at the reunion near Kings Mountain about two weeks ago died at his home Friday night from the effects of same Mr Skid more was about 40 years of ago and leaves a family Ills remains wero hurried In the old Gooch burying ground near Kings Mountain Saturday L MR IKE TERRY came to town yes terday with the expectation of being given tho republican nomination for jailer as promised But lo and behold part of the machine had broken down on its way tQ town and there Will not a quorom present Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to get the poor dog a bone but when she got there the cupboard was bare andso the poor dog got none BRYANT Mrs Mary Bryant aged about 70 died Sunday morning at the home of her granddaughter Mrs Wal ter Jones at Apalachlo Va where sho had gone only a short time ago for a visit The remains wero brought to the homo of Mr J L Totten and after short services there all that was mortal of the good woman was laid to rest Monday afternoon in the Dawson bury ing gronnd on the Danville pike Mrs Bryants husband died many years ago but she is survived by one son Mr Ben Bryant and in his great low the sym pathy of all goes out to him SCHOOL shoes at Sevcranca Sons BUSTER DROWN childrens shoes Cummins Wearer PHONE No 188 when you want tin ning and plumbing done W K War net IFOR SALETwo young sows Youni in order Mrs E C Walton Stanford WATCH for Buster Drown and his doltuThe They are coming Cum- mins Wearen OUR stock of heating stoves grates coal hods etc aro in Como and ace them W II Higgins EXPERT workman on gasoline engine s ran be secured by application to tho Stanford Garage Machine Co R M WEST one thevery bHt men In Garrard county died suddenl of paralysis Friday Ills burial occur red Sunday afternoon WE have recleanedseedrye 90c seed barley at 70c and winter turl oats at 75c per bushel Terms cash J H Baughman Co THE home of RevLCKelly and wife burned at Orlando Tenn Mrs Kelly is a daughter of Mr and Mrs T D Newland of this place TilE Danville Advocate thought so much of Congressman Helms speech at the corner stono laying there last week it was published in full FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tago garden barn lot and barn on La- gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds MOSES BALLARD Company G 123rd U S Colored Infantry Wanted information of the 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 wlsb to join tho class will pleaso notify her- at once Phono 182 WHAT is there funnier than a good old homespun rural play and to lovers of this class of stage fun we advlso to see 1A Pair of Country KldsH at Wai tons Opera House Friday night ANOTIIER BUND TIGERRAIDDe puty Sheriff Lee Hill caught Taylor Lackey and Amelia Craig both colored with a large quantity of brandy and whisky in their possession They wen fined S5O each in judge Owsloys court Sam Owens Hocker colored was also fined 50 for the same offense THE republicans nro J holding nightly meetings at the colored country schoo houses telling the dear colored brothers how much they love them and how much they have done for them only to soft soap them with chin must in order to get them to do the voting while the machine crowd holds tho of flees and draw the salaries MR JASON WESLEY republican nom- Inee for State Senator of this district was here Friday and Saturday to con suit the bosses of the steam roller ma chine but ho can rest assured that the machine will be smashed into smither elms on Nov 2nd Such a pity to take Into camp so clever a gentleman but the Lord doeth all things for the best 25TH ANNIVERSARYThe German colony at Ottenheim Saturday colebrat ed in royal fashion the 25th anniversary of the settling of that place Speeches were made dancing indulged in and other pleasures helped to make the day one long to be remembered A large crowd was present and good order pre railed The Germans are to be con gratulated on the industry shown In that vicinity having in the 25 years of their residence there converted a wil derness into good farms and happy homes DID you over ton a mossy bank end look at the sunkissed brook as it merrily dances in glee around tho protruding pebbles and reel glad that you vera alive Well that la tho same sen ation that you experience when you go and seeitA Pair of Country Kids at Waltons Opera House Friday night It is a laughing bubbling pure heart and homo story When the curtain drops on the last act you feel as though you had been refreshed by a drink of good cool spring water The Kids are Cull of fun and these two characters lone insure a good performance FRESII Portland cement at W H Higgins SWELL shoes for ladles at Severanc Sons SEE those school shoes at Cummins Wearens PURE cannel coalst J H Baughma Cos Try a load LET me insure your barn and tobac 1 co W A Tribble Stanford I HAVE one room for rent in Craig I property Mrs Catherine McClary FOR 1stof tobacco sticks Felix White Stanford Phone 64 rings MISSES STRAUB invite the ladies to I call and see their display of trimmed hatsnoveltiea In wings etc WE will have a car of Missouri Fultz wheat for seed first of this week price 140 per bushel Terms cash J H Baughman Co I LIGHTNING Gasoline Engines Wilder Strong whirlwind feed cutters and I blowers Lightning crushers and grind ers Line shafting pulleys and hang ers belting gas engine oil etc Stan ford Garage Co W T WILSON who has just return ed from the market with a bran new stock of goods for his store at Parks villa was here Friday having printing done telling of the low prices he is offering on his goods FOR SALE decided to quit the merchandise livery and hotel busi ness at this place I will sell privately a good hotel storeroom and stock of merchandise and livery stable All in good condition Will make purchaser a bargain For information apply to G T Ashlock McKinney Ky TilE sad news comes from Boston that Mr C H Payne who married Miss Lucy Tate of this place died suddenly at the home of his brother In Boston His wife was in Paris when the sad news came and two of his little daughters were visiting their grand mother and uncle here Mr Payne was an exceedingly fine gentleman and one of Bostons wealthiest citizens We have not heard of the arrangements of his burial so far FOR SALE I- Hnvlng decided to locate elsewhere I will tell privately my farm nt Highland of 40 goodtoruhoulnrd well watered I IIIIOIIljWIIItburg PUBLIC SALE 1 Having decided to go Kim I will In Me Klnney Ky on- HATUHDAY OQT V 1WO sell nt public auction the following personally s One Rood square pin no 2 tlreiaers 1 ull of furniture tur Ii bed springs 1 new rangetiming roolllchalra sevetwt rockerY oaten Y clouks2 waihstamli 1 large handsome parlor mantle mlrWr 1 hundioim lIruIt etc sewing ma chine table window bade polesnnd ma- nyotherthing not mentioned offer toth Term cashing I expect to leave soon alter the tale Halo wilt begin at 1 oclock iu- MHH DHMOOHK PUBLIC SALE 1 Having decided to move to town I will on TUl SDAY OCT 121W9 sell to tho highest bldilur J miles from Stanford on Lancaster pike- 1contulns64acres four room dwell I log necessary outbuildings and well water- edI Immrdlate possession I will also sell good work mull work horse 1 lolddust harness horse I e year old harness horse 3 Mu pound steer 1 farm wagon 1 buggy Rood as new 1 Disc harrow 1 binder 1 mow or 1 wheat drill griding cultivators a sets harness 110 bushels onions I range A lot of old tlma furniture anti my entire lot of household goods Also a lot of corn Term made known on day of sale Hale will be gin at 10 A xWl P noiilSKOc Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to go straight up I wit onMONDAY OCT 11 1809 court day at Nunnelleys new stock yards offer for sale to the highest bidder the fol lowing described stock One t old stallion by Preston dam by Vm Welch 1 t year old gtldlngbY Lincoln Snulrreldam by Wm Welch This colt Is broke to drive ones 1 bay Y yenr old Illly by- tretondamby0FOIay This Illly Is un broke but goes all the natural 1 sorrel Y year old 1111y mtucky browl1 Yyear old illy by Dill tleOartyaJ- nmtwtUL Wilkes stallion out of a thormare thoroughbred mare 11 clefwltbIllly colt by Don Varrlck out of unOn lime stud colt Also at same time aud pinoowill onerthefollowingineketoekJ- nei1 Jack i43 hands hlllh and a- toted mule J I coining l year old Jack- tyyhandslughbyJlupnleofoutatu Hilly Keeno ex rll colt bred 1 8yearold lennot safe In foul 13yearold Jennet with jennet colt at lido and wife In foal to Jim Keene This took will U sold without reserve or limit Terms n credit of 14 months will be given negotiable note payable nt the First No tonal of Stanford bearing 0 per cent interest from date Sale at 10 A M BIliaHT FEHIUJL 1 3 L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martinj Fall GoodsJI o I I i f We are receiving Fall Goods every day Ginghams in i- Plaids Stripes c Shoes in Patents Vie is Ac Flannelettes n lull line of Blue Gross Madras Percales NovI cIties mostly in jet nice line of Ribbons a full line of Under wear Gentlemens Shirts a full lino of Serges in alleoloiu for School Suits cnnd other things too numerous to mention We invite your inspection You will find our prices right and our goods tho best that tho market can furnish HUGHES MARTIN COe I Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY The Dixon Tobacco I Saver This Stove is what tobacco men use in their burns Tho tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money You can begin stripping sooner You can put j to tin your bards Call and see them WaII HIGGINS Stanford KentuckyJ SIPI At lP IAPA Nl RLItt IV R1P 1FP RpPt M 1ilA- vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvres + avvvvvvlvvvvrrvvvvvvvvvvvvvwtw iiMONEY IN THE BANK i Other people are living comfortably Why should not It Is so simple when you think It over People live happily comfortably because they dont worry If you have the bank always ready for use when you want It yet youIt safe from robbery or fire you escape a world of worry Is to start a bank account a dollar will do If a ithing a bank account YOU CAN DO IT TODAY Begins Then SUck to It q4bA iI Hero is something WE KNOW a dollar in the bank draws to It Why How Because you have seen how easy it fstart and you will find It still easier to continue by puttingthersIcan spare in the flank If your money comes to illt sums como to our bank and deposit it Get a and when you pay out your money use checks f41you sure convenient Always know that you are paying the amount No danger sticking from your hand and sUpping through a crackDeposit with us and call our flank Your 1WAYNESBUIG DEPOSIT DonkIIfH tMVViIVVVIVIVVVVWVV 1YMIAIII Che Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4O060OO Resources 34000000- S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- DIREOTORSt J B Oweley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterlStnnford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin Lancaster JD Paxton Stanfordj W U Traylor Gilberta Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek j I 4 The Interior Journal t erred in the PottOffice ol Stanford as tttonddtut mater L at N TIME TABLE No SI Month 11M P x No S5 HOutb llm A x No St North 4W A x No n North 627 r x NO710IC1AU No2Ss4or x JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store in I the Owelojr Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres of good blue grassland one mile North of MoKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good of water fruit Also ir5 acres of timbered land one mile East of McKI nney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land see grow nKtcrop JAGIVENSAgent McKinney Ky Fall and Winter Stock Have your measure taken b a tailor of ex perience Then your alotbewhetbera low price business suit or the nneat evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure trousers take your meat ure for extra fancy vests top coats and overcoats Spring and Summer samples on hand ready your Inspection no nUPLE Y The Tailor Stanford lty CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notlceJJAlso maim a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all klndstof vegetables on hand at reasonable PrtCoiini8TMAN GREEN HOUSES ED HUB nARD 1BOH Stanford Ky Insures Tibatoo and Tobacco barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 86 OOlcvftS Insure with mo and be fully protected Two Small Farms for Sale I One containing 23 acres good 6 room dwelling pood stock barn and outbuildings all under good fence and every Held well watered lucre In young orchard S years oldlacreeln grass In good state of cultivation robed 1SUO pounds tobacco and 15 bushels wheat per aero on It last year Price 8iiO second tract of 48J4 acres with 2 room tenant house 51 foot tobacco barn well watered 90 acres under new fence bill nnce In tine timber IS acres well cleared tine and tobacco laud Price flflO Sit uated 8 mlleif South of Stanford on Homer vet pike Tract No lls on pike No 2 Is 1 mile from pike on county road Address or see me at Stanford Ky HO IEI- IIIYINSURANCE R B MAHONY 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 arepaid without discount JLBeazleyCo Undel tatters and Embalmers AlsO Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary o Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer InHarness Saddlery STANFORD KY C 0lltePhonelST nomePbone 6 FARMERS DEPARTMENT Winter seed oats for sale Jones Baughman Moreland Ky J T Short sold S J Bell of Stan 200Is once villc Ky FOR SALE Seed wheat Phone i residence C C King Carpenter Huatonville 2t Dr W M Elliott sold the Marti- farm near Bryantsvillo to G A Bow- Ing for 19400 Lancaster Record Total receipts of live stock at the Chicago market last week were 03000 cattle 81600 hogs and 118300 sheep 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 What is a good hen One that lays 150 eggs a year is good One that lays 200 is among the very best The average farm hen probably lays 100 eggs a year I CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of fine pasture 2J miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle at 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 Dont put immature corn in the silo It must reach the glazed or dented stage before it will make good silage Immature sappy stuff will be low in feeding value and will make sour ensi lageW K Cook sold 55 head of export cattle weighing 1410 pounds at 6121 Goo D Robinson sold 35 head at same price Robt Arnold sold 50 head at same price and Gibbs Bros sold 125 head at 625 A red steer 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 KySTRAYEDBroncho horse branded on left shoulder about 141 hands high I heavy main and tail foretop cut out Few white hairs near top of the neck where collar worked Coming five years old good shape brown in color 10 reward for his return to L C Temple ton Judson Garrard county Ky LANCASTER COURTA big crowd was at Lancaster court yesterday and business was brisk Between 400 and 500 cattle were on the market and most of them sold Extra good ones went at 4c but the usual price for grazing cattle prevailed at 4 cents butcher stuff brought 3c mule colts sold at from 50 to 125 aged mules were quiet and horses slow On a request for information from Dr Ben L Bruner Secretary of State Judge James Breathitt Attorney Gen eral handed down an opinion holding that any officer in this State chosen by the vote of the people in a district larg er than a county except members of the General Assembly must certify his nomination to the Secretary of State The Secretary of State then shall certify the nomination to the County Clerks of the counties where the nominee is to be voted for and the County Clerks shall see that the name is on the official bal lot Dr Bruner contended that cer tificated of nomination of Circuit Judges Commonwealth Attorneys andI other offices where more than one county votes for the candidates must be sent to him for certification to the County Clerks 0 Night On Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edwards N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the home of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery a that had cured himself of asthma This wonderful medicine soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor Later It cured his sons wife of u severQ lung trouble Millions believe its the great est Throat and Lung cure on earth Coughs Cold Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are surely cured byII It Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough 50c and 81 Trial bottle flee Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store May I kiss your beautiful baby Certainly madam One moment please Murse fetch me the antiseptic gauze Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets neo full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store I knew it had to come How now That show at tho town hall tonight has an Eskimo quartet I A tickling or dry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store One of the features of the Hudson Fulton celebration in New York will be the trial flights in their aeroplanes of Wilbur Wright and Glenn H Curtiss The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Froventics will in a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store p The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate as poor health Success to day domands health but Electric Bitters Is tho greatest health builder the world has over known It compels perfect action of stomach liver kid neys bowels purifies and enriches th thensystem orous keen brain follow their use You Bittersnrun or Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store The combined receipts of live stock last week at six of the principal western markets including Chicago Ian sas City Omaha St Louis St Joseph and Sioux City were 237400 cattle 207900 hogs and 276300 sheep At the same markets on the corresponding week of last year the receipts were as follows 258000 cattle 200400 hogs and 804400 sheep JIngdont drug tho stomach or stimulate tho Heart or 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 o Which side are you on in this Peary Cook controversy Well I havet taken sides as yet Better takesides If you dont youll have to listen to the argument of both factions II Well soon be getting weary And seldom take a look At what Cook says of Peary Or what Peary saysbf Cook STOP THAT HEADACHE eyuproperly fitted withhlgh gradefemJ P Hill East Main Stanford your needs and guarantee satisfaction He alto carries In stock Edison phonographs and the latest records which you can buy for cash or on monthly Installments Call and lot us tnlk the matter over BYES TESTED KKEE Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware Doing n goodhui ness Will Invoice about 1100 Reason111 health GEO D HOPFKK Stanford Ky The McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is now In operation and Is ready to serve MnseJsJIIonkoUwork wool or exchange goods for It High est market price for wool OH WllIGHTPror Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Settee Omce and works Mc Kinney K- ySmall Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my farm of 57 Lincoln county seven miles from Stanford and two mllesfront MftYoodlongood road mile Ike borhood close to church rural route and y productive vation nil under good fence Comfortable house of six rooms new barn and all other outbuildings Abundance of Uno water and fruit of all kinds J T LIVINGSTON It Y D No 1 Stanford Ky REWARDHaving suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws in breaking Kato latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the county rond that runs through farm have concluded to offer reward for Information lending to the conviction of such person or tenons 1 will therefore give tho sum of JTO for infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from tho lI1loollovllleturnpike leadingtowho in the future commit any of the bove offenses Witness my hand this 10th day of August WWW TJ HILL HH FOR SALE I OrocerlesrhardwareIng fair business Liberal termss GlI UA1UUB Crab Orchard Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI eNEEAING I om prepared todo all kinds of snrvoyln and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed and my prices are run ItustonvlllqExchange WAUrKll McKINNEY FARMS FOR SALE 1 1 with to sell privately my farm of 6acres at Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four miles from on It Rood 10room dwelling giant cellar spring house Rile water etc landlln high state of cul tivation Also have four other small farms for tale All well Improved Terms sails factorynOHIPILKStanford Ky It F D No S 10 PER CT REDUCTION c B PRUITT Moreland Kentucky For no days In order to clean up on Mat tings Druggets Carpets Etc Will 10 per cent reduction lave some rare betrgalnInof framed pictures Now Is your time to buy handsome mantle mirror Call and see them Cbolco selection of rockers Good line of beds metal and wood metal and wood folding beds crlbscotsnutlrps es springs ronnches Davenports chairs suitcases grips trunks intension tablet centre tables medicine cabinets glass snub door to Gall and see us suppliesService I I G D PKUITT Moreland Ky Farm for Sale On Danville Huatonville pike of 310 acres In Lincoln county land This farm II wellimiprovetlgood well and cistern and of stock water furnished from neverfalling springs Stoat of farm In grass I detlra to tell tuts farm In the next m days together with the stock highbred mares t registered l rrgllteretl stallion Bl acres of corn 15 or 90 stacks of hey farm ing Implements of enrydscrlptlon I will se the whole or any part of the stock j and If I sell the farm without the stock 1 mutt sell not later theme D days BO as to give I me time to moko a sale stock Alto I have 20odd mules from work mules down I to cola appreciateof this farm Any person from a distance desiring to see this tarn can como to More land Lincoln county Kyon tho Queen ttretcent route this farm being only about X mile from station II D KINO Moreland Ky EXECUTORS SALEI Of two houses and lots In Hustonvllle Ky As executor of the will of Sirs Hattle lllshopdecwisid I will on the premises In Huttonvllle Kyat about the hour of toclock PM on- HATUIUAY IXYT21Duu sell at public auction to the highest bidder KJblebIs the hou e and lot on the North tide of Main street and which Includes the house where the post otnce Is now kept The lot has a frontage on Main street of about W feet and extends back about liS feet and around to Danvllln street on which It has a frontage of about W feet The house II I stories contains fi rooms and kitchen There- Is a good well on the lot TUB other lot fronts on the North sldnolMalnstreetabout 33 feet and extend tack about IMfeet to an alley tt adjoins the other lot and Includes two store room- sTcrmsarehalf cash 1 Rlnlllt1t months credit on notes with good security bearing bylienpurchasers to pay tho notes before maturi ty Tot session given Nov 1 lap and deed to bo then made flWAnD AICOitN Kxor PUBLIC SALE I Of produce of Jennets of Kentuckys least registered stock II jacks and It jennnts to tel SO head to bo sold at Lexington Ky on TltriMUAY HEIr SO 100 at I oclock Sale at Gentry Stock Yards under shelter rain or shine Nothing priced IIIOIUIUM 9141 W ti1i fwi +W or sold privately Need not apply for prll vate sale Write for catalog Combs Lexington Ky I J wOllnklnficard llethel Ky Lexington Trots- OCT5T016THE GREATEST IN THE VORLD STAKES 85000 PURSES 21000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct 5 3000 TENNESSEE Tuesday Oct 5 5000 TRANSYLVANIAThursday Oct 7 3000 CUP STAKE Monday Oct 11 GREAT 203 PACE Friday Oct 9 5000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thursday Oct 14 Other Sensational Races Daily Webers Prize Band of AmericaBLA- NCHE BERNDTMEHAFFEY SopranoSoloist IN DAILY CONCERTS f ONE FARE ON RAILROADS l t Look Look Look Just received complete lino of Fall and Winter Shoes for Moil Women and Children in Patents Vicis Gun Metal Ox Blood nUll Box Calf More styles than ever shown hero before Prices are always the lowest 1 I SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY Stanford Garage Machine CovINCORPORATED AUTOMOBILES I FEED CUTTERSICRUSHERSFARM IMPLEMENTS AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT I yH B NORTHCOTTr 1 Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce Scrap Iron and Rubber H B NORTHCOTT Stanford J J BELDEN Kor Houte and Carriage Painting and Trim ruing Paper lMnKlugUUiinudlockiuitlh Ing Hhopopposite dllOl J J IlKtnKNStanford Ky CONCRETING We are IP position to do all kinds of concreting such at Work Pavements end in fact we sail make nuy thing from r house down to a fence twit We can servo you promptly Mild guarantee rtrlchu work and material Call and get our prices before you buy your material at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN eARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A one blue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near Point Leavell end six miles south of Lancaster containing SWJ acres welt located in oood neighborhood being part of time John Vulkertract with Illuid some now two story seven ro0m residence thereon withnllnecessary outbuildings and new bnril 40x00 Well watered sixnever igg throulChTJlKIII1 cash In hand balance one and two years day of sale bearing six per cent Interest until paid Persons looking for such place please write or see 1t O WALKBU Stanford ylkWDDL I HIDESAllFUSS I HaUiers Tallow IUSMU COhtaStaJYeliowRootctc We are Dealers and tan do better foryou metchanllRerrcuce IhipplugM LABEL SONS trAuHi IN 1551 229EMarUIS + LOUISVILLE XY ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE My nun Illue bluegrass farm 3M miles I rlkenndacres of rich bluegrass hemp or tobacco equallyDWELLING HOUSE- on each piece also all necessary outbulld ings Tho farm lays almost In IK square only one anglo In lines There are Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables ono tenant house good water In every fold six with three streams run nlmg through whole tract J Steele Carpenter HUHTONVJIIKKT Dinwiddie 1 z Co11- sl Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods I f 1pEqrp s Cop 5- rw f f CC Co C winn ttC fo1 i S 0C sqCo 0s IiiI f c1fIc ffJC Co I2 ii cs C I o h n1J11- c = 0 tt4 ID I Oj gQP ftI = C r r 1y4ucm nowupoo w o Co h ep I rn 11 jIm cooGooC t oj UJPI IBtssalm1 ijj g edp 8 CatTi doo g 3 m Co 0 o sa I 0 romoioBgc I 5 cr = glA hi I Ie g1osooJ8i fq w- PglfsSSSli I m r y gn + wym ssR QjorII I