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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 28, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909092801_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 28, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tol. XXXVII. Il Gl. is dead. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER NEWS NOTES. Tho Buckeye Powder Mill, located 28, 1900. MO. 01. NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. 1'ctcr Tribblo Gentry, of Boyle, aged at Leonard Abticr, charged with being Implicated In the murder of James Lane, a prominent farmer near ilerca. In June, has been arrested In Oklahoma. Arehlo IHffo and family will rcmovo to Ludlow next woek to make their home, It being moro convenient for him on account of his run being out of that place Somerset Republican. It. G. (Ilout) Italian a stock dealer o from Garrard county camo to, county last week and bought mules and cattle to the amount of nearly $2,000, giving checks on tho Peoples Hank of Taint Lick, which went to protest. Ml. Vernon Signal. J. Hogan Uallard, of Hryantavlllc, is one of tho most conscientious In this section of tho country On his way from Loxlngton last week he ran down and killed a hen, and Instead of going on, unmindful of tho grief of tho owner of that hen, ho stopped, got out, tenderly picked up the unfortunate fowl and fang tho doorbell of tho houso nearby. A woman opened tho door and ho began to talk, saying: "I am very sorry to inform you that I havo unintentionally killed this hen of yours," and stated that ho was willing to pay all damage, but tho good lady said: "1 am much obligo to you I havo been trying to catch that hen for three days to cook for dinner and I never could lay a hand on tho pesky thing. Thank you, lr: thank you." So ho raised his hat and said: "You nro cnllrclwolcome." Nicholasvlllo Tribune. Uock-castlts Inwards 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 Louisvillo & Nashville railroad will run through trains from Frankfort to Beattyvilloby March 1. Ijl Secretary Knox has decided not to go to El Paso to be present at tho meeting of President Taft and Presi dent Diaz. Mile. Slmone Bernhardt, tho grand daughter of Mmc. Sarah Bernhardt, was married at Versailles to Edgar S. Gross. Whilo the news Is by no means complete, fuller reports from the storm- swept districts on tho gulf coast indicate that 100 lives wero lost. Five indictments charging violations of tho puro food and drug law wero re turned by tho Federal grand jury against as many San Francisco firms. e and sevFire destroyed tho eral business buildings in the villiago of Newpoint, Ind. Sevoral persons were injured. The loss is estimated at post-ofllc$30,-000. S William Kiscr, of Des Moines, was killed and many persons wero hurt by intcrurban car from Boone, striking a street car in Dea Moines, la. Tho accident occurred on a trestle. Unknown parties broke Into the dairy of Jack Roark, in Fayette county, and sprinkled Paris green In tho milk and butter. It was discovered just in time to prevent delivery to customers. 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: YOU s ' mrantee) v sia!l H Carpenter, a relative of Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of this place, Is dead at his homo in St. Louis. He was McKINNEY. 77 years old and ono of tho wealthiest Sqciro Dudderar discnsed justlco to Moreland on thoSM. and most prominent men in Missouri. some evil doers at Tha French dirigible military balloon Ilev. J. II. Coleman, of Louisville, Republiquo exploded in the air flvo will fill tho pulpit at the Baptist church miles from Moulins and was wrecked. here Oct. 4th. Hustonvllle, Is Capt. Marchal, Lieut. Phauro and Miss O. T. atogg, of Vincenot and Rcux were killed. nnn.lini' n few davs with Bertie Mur Tho American Association base ball phy of this place. season closed with Ixulsvillu tho pen J. C. Conn, superintendent of bridges nant winner and Milwaukee in second Q & C, stopped over at Hotel on tho place. During tho season Louisville Ashlock & Houso Friday night. James M. sub-Lieut- Every garment made by, and bearing the label of Hart Schaffner & Marx, is guaranteed to be of ol all-wo- ES m gs ga fabrics, with no "mercerized" or other cotton added 5 thoroughly shrunk before cutting; ' seams sewed with pure silk thread 5 tailored in clean, sanitary wool-and-si- lk or shops ;"? and free from every defect of material or. workmanship. s t ijf mated at over JGOO.OOO. because they can't break tho ground, Inquiries aro being mads by tho Slngletreo plant will and the Columbia Bureuu of tho War Department having havo to shut down on account of regarding the report from Manila that no water. the revenuo cutter, Sora, has been capMi Holla Luddv and Mrs. Tcrscll tured by Moro pirates and her crew of Waddle, of Somerset, aro visiting Mrs No official advices have Miss Lena 14 murdered. .1 M. Tarter and mother. Mrs. Kato been received yet at tho War DepartHeck is visiting her siltcr. ment. Davis who resides at Danville. Mr. Section hands on tho Louisvillo & Is a conductor on tho C. S. It K. Davis Danvillo Is Nashville railroad found tho bodies of and is a good business man 30 sailors and fisherman near Dunbar tho best location for him Station, L. This brings tho total number of dead resulting from last MonMATRIMONIAL. day's hurricane up to approximately Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Murphy announce two hundred. The bodies wero badly tho engagemcut of their daughter, Miss decomposed and wero buried near tho Hcrtio Carr, to Mr. Robert McDowell old trackbed, without, identification. Fogle, of Casey county. Tha wedding The total number of bales of cotton will occur at tho home of tho prosper-Iv- o hold on August 31, in tho United States brido on Wednesday, Nov. 10. was 1,510,932 as against 1.23G.053 in Mr. James Painter, our clever Brod-hca- d 1903, according to a report by tho Cencorrespondent, and Miss Llllio sus Bureau, and 1,611,507 In 1907. Tho Rash, a fino young woman of Brodhoad, quantity of cotton held in tho cotton were joined heart and hand Friday growing States on August 31 last was night ut the Baptist church In that city. 702,993 bales, and in all other States May heaven's richest blessings abide 810,931 bales. with them all of their days and their The Beet known an tho Triune lives bo happy always. who havo been patiently waiting.for tho world to come to an end churcbTmatters. at West Duxbury, Mass., for tho past Rev. J. F. Hell, of Louisville, held an two days, havo left the theater of their interesting meeting nt Grovo. It lasted activities, as tho millenium failed to Hungry and 12 days and 39 joined by baptism and appear on schedule time. tired most of the 300 have repaired to seven bv reclamation. President Taf t preached a sermon in their homes. id. Mnrmnn Thnernaclo at Salt Lake. Public interest will follow President Ills text was "A soft answer turnoth Taft as his itinerary this week takes away wrath, but grloyous words stir up him Into the Northwest. From Ogden, anger." Utah, tho president's train goes to tovltiit that collection of Butte, Mont. From there tho courso is "I like west to Spokane and Seattle; thonco musical Instruments In tho musoum." to Portland, where next Sunday "What pleasure can you derive from south is of musical Instruments will be spent. The chief executive viewing a lot timing tho subjects of his peeches to locked up in cases? " of his audleflcos, and his "I like to see 'em safely out of circu- the character week aro likely to cover remarks this in a Hat. lation. I live a wide range of topics of governmental "Health ColTeo." Is tho cleverest and popular Interest, Imitation of real cotTeo over yetmado. . Dr. Shooi) created It from pure parch- A Hurry Up Call. " A box ed grulns, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In Quick! Mr. Druggist-Qui- ck! 3 ilavor U made In Just onu minute. of Bueklen's Arnica Salvo Here's a No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. quarter -- For tho love of Moses, hurry I Somplo free. Penny's Drug Store. Baby's burned hluisolf, terribly Johnwith the axe Mauilo's I must be going," remarked nie cut his foot "I think ,4. soaldod -- l' can't walk from piles tho tenth time. the young man for boll- s- and my corns ache. u "You do not appear to mo to bo go- - Ullllo has cured all tho famiff declarod tho youn lady, after She got It and soon ng," carefully. "You seem ly. Its the greatest healer on earth. Inspecting him Hold by Penny's Drug Store. & ,to be perfectly stationery. Mo. won 03 and lost 75 games, finishing with a percentage of .554. William 11. Maire, a Cleveland man the latter interest In thc'sherilT'sracc who is now in Battlo Creek, Mich., has Mr. E. J. Tanner while attending tho just completed a fast of fifty and one- State fair bought a large supply of half days. In performing tho feat Fall goods; a pleasure and business trip Maire lost '10 Kiunds in Mesh. Through combined. hu drank filtered water. tho hustling produce out the fast HIlTe & Jones Pittsburgura lost over $1,000,000 as merchants are making extensive pre- a result of the tornado which swept parations in the way of buildings to tho gulf coast Monday. Tho Mononga- take caro of tho fowls, eggs etc. hela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Tho drouth has begun to bo o little lost practically all tho coal it our locality. Tho farmers Company serious in crop short had afloat, tho value of which is estimill havo to cut their wheat Messrs. S. M. Owens and W. L. Carty were in this section looking after sa More than that: that ifthe money will be refunded. authorized to say clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, your is ' The dealer Hart Schaffner & Marx UL HUST0NVILLE. CUMMINS & WEARER JU gaBaBagaiagamBaggEaEaB2Ba8sgaEagaBaBagaBaBaBagSBaBaBaBagigi Miss Lizzie Philips, of Liberty, is tho Col. George Bohon and wife, Miss guest of her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Myers. Hannah Potcet and Hanley Bohon and Rifle's school closed last week on ac- wife ran over from Harrodsburg Sun count of diphtheria but no deaths have day in the former's auto. Dr. Jas. resulted yet. Wesley says ho concluded to "move Prof. R. S. Eubank, of Lexington, away from where he lives now," so he was the guest of Mr. Chas. Wheeler placed his largo two story dwelling en Saturday and Sunday, rollers and has it now more desirably Alfred Russell has sold his GO aero located a few hundred yards from the farm to Jonathan Russell, who will old site and nearer to the public highmovo there in the near future. way. New corn is being sold for $2 50 F. P. Smith lost a valuable memoran- per bbl , delivered at gathering time, dum book Saturday the 18th and a suit- but few sales aro being made. There It. are crops in this section that will yeild able reward for return. Rev. Wm. Cloyd and daughter, of 75 bu. per aero and some think tho Yuma, Arizona, aro visiting friends and price will decline later. relatives In this and Casey county. J. G. Weatherford and Doc Dryo ro- - The Bio Lexington Trots. The turned from n three days fishing trip on greatest trotting meeting in tho world big South Fork with 20 nice black bass. begins at Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday, One of the boat corn crops in years is Oct. Cth, and continues ten days. being cut in this locality. Good wages Every day one or more of tho historic aro being paid und additional hands can stake races of Kentucky aro contested, secure work. and all the races aro filled with the RifTe & Tucker shipped Saturday one best horses from all sections of tho car of hogs and ono car of butcher cat country, meeting at Lexington for the tie. Coulter & McCormack shipped ono first time this year. There are nearly 700 entries in tho 33 races and It will be car of hogs and cattle. The memorial exercises in memory the greatest meeting ever known. Exof Rev. W. Logan Williams at his cursion rates, ono fare round trip, will grave Sunday afternoon were well at- be in effect from all Kentucky points. tended and an nblo address was deliver- The best racing and music in the couned by Ruv. D. M. Walker of Stanford. try. Remember the dates, Oct. 5 to 10, Capt. J. D. Yocom, chairman of com- and attend. mittee In charge, authorizes us to anGo WHiTa" Rush. nounce that there will be a reunion of The demand for that wonderful tho "Blue and Gray" next September In a beautifully shaded 20 aero park Stomach. Liver and Kidney cure, Dr. I'HU-- ls astounding 11 miles south of McKinney on the King's New Life Southern railroad. The location is Penny's Drug Stote peoplo say they Ideal, with fine roads In every direction never saw the like. Its because they and near the famous sulphur springs. never fall to euro, sour Stomach, Indigestion, BiliousComrades and friends from Pulaski, Constipation, Adair, Lincoln, Boyle and Gar- ness, Jaundice, Sick Headache, Chills Casey, rard counties are cordially invited to at- - aud Malaria. Only 23c, 1 tend. Tho exact dates and full ulars will bu given later. partic- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED INIJ882. CAPITAL'STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2J6500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. DIRECTORS. F Reid, J. II. Baughraao. M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus, S. T. Harris, H. C. Baughman, . F. Cummins, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; no. C. Robinson, S. T. Harris, II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W. B O'Uannon J. S. Hocker, C. H. Tate. W.W .Saunders, Bookkeeper, OFFICERS. t; J. S. Ilocker, President;. 1798 TraDjijlvapia University 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. Hamilton College fur Tho College of Liberal arts Woiucu, aud tho College of law. Three campuses embracing 23 acres. Thirteen buildings with modern equipment. A faculty of 50 chosen from the best universities of America and Ejrojie. Btaudanlucil elective courses letuling to the degreed of A. H. 1)., S., A. M., aud L. L. 1$. Now Science Huildiug recently erected at a cost of $(0,00. Students now in uttcmluuco from 25 States ami 0 foreign umu tries. Moral Inilucnccs, cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable ex peases. Tho session begins Sept. 13, lt)00.Writo for catalogue to-la- RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD. A. M Ph. D. Prcs. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, rPJrp 1 jr-- y 7- - jr tr'j.yjn ''utiiri 'mi&tfmfyivjw&, t" The Interior journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. and had not acted on CapL Wm. Herndon's candidacy for the republican nomination lor circuit judgo In this district. When the voto was taken in the committee as to whether a convention should bo called or not, tho commlttoo tied up, Messrs. Davison and Estrldgo voting against the making or calling for a nomination mlttea was In session ForCommonealtb., Attorney, CHARLES A HARDIN, of Mercer. For Btate Henntor, R. L. HUBBLE, ot Lincoln county. For yff. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY ForOoonty Attorney, but that he quit 30 years ago and that ho thought It now ono of the greatest curses to mankind. It was learned that Gov. Johnson had left a will and that tho estate will probably aggregato $2b,000. The will was executed in May, 1897, and to his widow, Elinoro Johnson, Is bequeathed all his property. The will was found nnd Messrs. Swopo and Ransdell fordo- among some private papers in a small Moning so. It was pretty tough on tho safo. It will bo filed for probate Captain to be tho only candidato for day. In keeping with tho dignity or the ( said nomination and have the steam wishes In highest offlco In Minnesota and to tho roller machino run over his . , tho premises, especially so too, when his own county chairman, Mr. Estridgc, voted against his own county-man- . Captain, you must bow to tho bosses and the republican machine. However, a nomination against Judgo M. C. Sauf-le- y would only have been love's labor lost. of tolling bells, tho accompaniment body of former Gov. John A. Johnson was escorted from the rotunda of tho State Capitol at St. Paul with military pomp to St. Peter, Minn., where It was laid In tho family lot in Green Hills W.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For Bherllt. W. L. HcCARTY For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B.COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Assessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For BUerlntenilent of Schools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Htnnfonl District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District, I. M. BRUCE For MagUtratelCrab Orchard District, J. VARD MOORE Magistrate llustonvtlle District, For ft it ? For Rent. My farm of 250 acres in thority and given a little doubtful To hell with such cattle. the Walnut Flat section; 50 acres for prominence. corn, 13 wheat, 70 meadow, balance for pasture. Mrs. Mary E. Logan, Stan Out in Carroll county, III., as do babies, they raiso ford, Ky. Good watermelons on the bottle, ine proNo ALL claims against the estate of Mrs. cess is simple, consisting of cutting a immediately T.iiku dish nrpapnted to me nroncrlv runner or branch vino J.K.HELM.SR on oatFit. proven and verified at the First Nation- back.of tho developing melon, and Waynctburg District, For Magistrate AND end of the vine into al Bank, Stanford, Ky., will be paid cut JOHN M. CAMDEM p. a bottle of water sweetened with H. C. Baughman, Ex'or. umbiiicoo io hi OUllS, UUl UUI SOme LUW District, For Constable Wnynesburg sugar. The water is quickly absorbed, JOHN G. BAUGH For Sale or Trade. One 16 horso resulting in increased size of melon, raDid crowth and greater sweetness. power Nichols & Shepherd traction enJOE MAGEE raised this season, after gine and two mounted saw mills, log rn wagons, etc. All in good condition. It n candidate for Police JudgeofoftuCrab Or. thisltreatment, weighed 80 pounds. demo, chard, .object to the action Call on or address O. W. Potts, Richcratlc party and osk your support. The Lieutenant Governor who ac mond, Ky. cedes to th office of Governor of Min W. Mr. Helm At Danville.-C- oI. nesota, is a Swede, whose original Somebody stole N. W. Fnwle's cow P. Walton, in the Lexington Evening name was Olson, but when he married and kept it in a stable until it got too - IfcSIX I very complimentary edi- he petitioned the court, for some rca noor Gazette, has a FOR t2J3S5. to cive milk. When it no longer s torial account of the Danville Govern- son, to permit him to take the name Olothlne.Hhoe nnd Will sella worth anvthincr thev turned the' nl,h1((HU,rei)vtra m tb best ton In laying in ment Building corner-ston- e G. L. Penny It. II. Colley E. It. Coleman of his wife, which was Eberhart. This poor thing into the pasture. It could lioyle county, a t,retiiiirtuiity for ti,,, , ., , man the is . ,.'. which he says of a Stanford about the only caso of tho kind on not move, nowevcr, ami air. r....i. irlnhtman. rttock will liiolco about Man- ruwic Address M,J.,ini Interior Journal, following: "The guest of the occasion, rpcord. Bv the death of Governor trnvn the animal to a friend. Mr. Fowle ford I. Congressman Harvey Helm, delivered inhnann thn Democrats loso out. as he hopes to locate the rascal who so bruFOR HOT WEATHER HELP. a fine address from a platform erected was tho only one on tho ticket elected tally treated his good animal and when MASON'S in a beautiful grove on the Central Unilayout are Re he does, there will be something doing. t and the whole llYl versity campus and showed himself publicans. Lincoln IamIkf No 80 K. A A. M. wlllmwt an orator of always increasing power. ln.tul.,1 romiiiuukntlolionencli llrst BUil Bargain. 351 acres of good land, of T Secretary Wilson says the price of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roo- ihlnl Mim.Inv linll on main inonlb.utHtnu- - fXf TKY OUR A more appropriate speech could not itreeet, o'clock In their are frn- delivered, and he was com- meat goes up because tho working of sister lod have been dwelling, two good stock barns, lord, Ky. Meinl. r be present. T. N. wu Tnlcum Powdere, SKS I. rniillvlnlteU to plimented by everybody." The Dan- people of this country not only eat new tobacco barn, 36x9C, ico house, ntngton. Hoc ' fcponge, ville Advocate of the same date says: mont thrPG times a day but eat the buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two' Hath llrii'lic?, great pleasure best cuts. Tho worthy secretary seems "The.;Advocate takes whole farm being Let him good cisterns, the fenced and lays well, I Toilet nud Hath Soaps in laying before its readers in this to have been misinformed. well watered, well Now Llyerv- issue tbo eloquent and excellent ad- tarry awhilo at the butcher stand and Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres AND ESPECIALLY Dopot Stroot, dress delivered by Hon. Harvey Helm, ho will seo that with the high prices with improvements, to suit purchaser, Phono 96, Congressman from this district, Wed- prevailing the average laboring man is which includes 100 acres as fine bottom Our Ice CoM Soda Water with Jersey Cream nesday afternoon in connection with pretty well satisfied with chuck steaks, land as there is in the county. This is STANFORD. KENTUCKY. ami Fine Fruit Flavor. neck cuts and soup meat. the ceremonies incident to laying the a bargain. See L. It. Hughes, Stan-stone of the Government building 1 Recent estimates place the supply ford, Ky. in this city, the appropriation for which of coal in tho United States as being obhe has been largely instrumental in Public Sale. Beginning at 10 o' We linto moted our produce, lildn nud seven taining. Without invidious distinction sufficient to last more than having clock prompt at tho Methodut Parson- poultry liuslnuu irom Slyers stulilo to our problem of tinrlniid Hlii; or in any wise detracting from the thousand years. That I will on Saturday .torw ricently i.urclmswl still Bleton. two doors Irom postonicr. produce, some intelligent age, Stanford, Ky., country merits of others delivered on the same been solved, won't 1000, sell at public auction the piiy cnsli forull Winds of Ky, who knows what no is Oct. 2, LANli.t; 111 HA!AX.Htiiuford. Btnnrord, Kentucky. occasion, it can be truthfully said that estimator, $G50 piano; $30 conditions before following personalty: it will compare favorably with any ever about, and with tho bed room set; $22 folding bed; sanitary republicans before delivered anywhere by anybody him, tell us how long tho couch, $25 Brussels Drugget; $18 in any time, and all those not fortunate of Lincoln will stand machine rule in grain drugget; matting on 3 rooms; safe; at county. enough to hear it upon perusal will bear their party in this dining room chairs; extension table; 7 out this assertion. Congressman Helm "I SEEN be the fashion papers,' as rockers; cooking stove; lawn mower; WdnjT WeU has not only developed into an orator Hogan would say, that tho feminine hoso for sprinkling and many other ar Nerres. Kidney. iweUrpotnt V ! The Kidneys. Uk the IHeart. not la the their of great ability, but has, during his waist line is to be put back where it ticles. Terms. ArF sums under $10 f tomch. andthe nerreetaei, control and oitu fulde Itself, but In tht term in the House, proven himself an belongs. One of the saddest sights of cash; over $10 on four months time, and itmnithen them. Or. Bhoop'sVUMtoraUr U spedCclly prepared ; reach these intelligent, faithful and conscientious life is to Bee a woman who is old enough with negotiable note, payable in tho a medicine nerres. to oocuir uie wuuu . iwi controlll&f worker for the best interest of his con- to know better try to make herself Lincoln County National Bank. Special ' Is fuUleTu U a waste of time, and of money ai I WCi,'.,, wv rhM or Is weak. If the nrlna stituents, and should, and doubtless look young by wearing the baby dress terms will bo made on the piano I icalds. oris dark and itronf.lf yoa hare symptom will receive the plaudit of (well done, other dltresln or danitrouj kldEverything goes to tho highest bidder, i of llrlfhU ortry EhoopsIteitormtW, month in vogue. es now ncTUKe, Dr. good and faithful servant.)" $500 worth of books, some of xitleu or Liauld-t- nd Also have m wbtt it can aad wul Mr. S. W. Hacer has bought tho which I will sell privately. Remember do tor you. Prawlrt recommend and sell Only 34 more days till the election is Owensboro Inquirer and taken full Saturday, Oct. 2 at 10 A. M. pulled oil in Lincoln for county officers. charge. He Is making it a good paper tho date, T. W. Barker, Stanford, Ky. to Democrats must stand shoulder and it is already sunnlving a long felt shoulder and elect the splendid ticket demand. BRODHEAD. presented the people to serve them for the next four years. If thero bo a POLITICAL. Sheriff R. L. McFerren was hero democrat in Lincoln county dissatisfied Hon. John T. Hinton was nominated Saturday collecting taxes. over the nomination of any democratic The turnpike question is being aginominee that defeated a friend of his for mayor of Paris over Mayor Jamea tated in this county at present. O'Brien by 50 majority. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. in the primary, our appeal to him is to The next fifth Sunday meoting of Lee McClung, the treasurer ot the keep his record clean by voting tho Drill If executive board of tho Rockcastle straight democratic ticket and be gov- Yale University, has been selected as the United States to suc Baptist Association will bo held at Pine erned by an obliging, painstaking and Treasurer of the uiiiuu.oi. Amy Robins, daughter ot ' below, strictly capable8et of officers, rather than a ceed Charles 11. Treat. untinS"nsbin-6n kind of trs- Miss Mary Saturday's Times printed a good crowd nominated by a steam roller ma' fr.-Robins,and Joe Mink were n.r chine over the wishes of their party. picturo of Miss Jennie Higgins, candi- Hue. date on the Democratic ticket for ried near here Thursday, Rev. A. J. urn Mattla lluvtes, Jieicueniwcn uros, republicans and Will the A.T.Tnmor. vpMfi luumaun. Pike officiating. N. H. riuiimier, Milium (loocli, the rank and file of their party continue Superintendent of Garrard County PubIt. 0, Nunnelluy. Messrs. Albright and Johnson have Will Hester, to let this machine grind out its nomi- lic School?. J,W. llnUKUiiinn. J. W. l'eclc. jaldHlevens, At Jackson, J, C. Hurst, Republican completed grading and graveling ColJ.K.llruce. nees and keep those who oppose it sitWm.Oordler. M. I. Klnioro. candidate for County Judge of Breath- lege avenue, which adds considerable JouiiUumenucn. Dan Tray lor, ting In the background, with no hope of Krud llundorf. UotlltiOlIck, to the looks of that part of town. Tho Codec with tho Strength, Flavor nnd Aroma. For tho next 30 days I). M. Anderson Toward? The machine bosses didn't itt, was shot and probably fatally Thompson. George Hardin, of Louisville, was J. J. Mohc, Mr.aml Wrt. Jas. H. Kaas we will give wounded at Wilhurst, his home, by his J V. even leathern have a membership on Mm. N.J. Horton A KlUuu Mr. Joe Purcell, with his father-in-lathe county executlvo committee. Why brother, Hannibal Hurst. SI 70 Five Pounds Collco ut .'15o Saturday and Sunday. Morris Perkins, Otto T. Uannard was nominated for i.r::o.mrp; ?. atffrTKJ ' didn't they, we wonder? Because tho 1 CO H.II.llauKliiiian, 1 Nickel Dip Colleol'otut 81.50 liVW.tliiliiee. Mayor of New York by the Republican wife and little daughter Elizabeth machine had to use tho committee in A. 1. ItoOl, Uriah Albrlilllt. was announced that tho Worth, of Crab Orchard, were tho convention. Jacob Uauier It Ooocli. order to gut the federal patronage in W' uVo O. (llvmis, guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed Albright M 25 Lincoln county that is distributed at ticket would have tho cordial support JSl'n.J ,'"? Ed R. Gentry left for Ham KoborU. organizations first of week. , M. J.Hofiuaun, of all the Amend Hcnaefor, 81 25 the pla counter. Kcntuckians, demo For thirty day you sayo League, Louisville last week to enter law 1j. H.llarner, S ". V crats or republicans, wont stand for except tho Independence JSW. Morvau, school. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Elder visitmachlne-madIt.O. Walklin, nominees and bosses. whoso delegates withdrew from tho H.T, Harris, ed in the Gladis section Sunday, eon ference. j.U. uuuuier. .Good, It. ll.Urow, They lovo fair play and when tho balti.K.McOlure, Mrs.Naliulell. Gov. Comer, of Alabama, who has Anton itouecaer. vi..i,n.ir. lots are counted In Lincoln county in rfd Vniijlruunth-aIs guaranteed by G- - L. PenW. M. UUIiou, Mn. KuteAdor November that fact will be mado known been under lire of the T.L. BAUijuimin, Mrs. Kebeccu It. Ourpvutur element under the charge of having ny to cure Indigestion or money back. Nlo Qlnta. in no uncertain tones. J. K. Moaer, W, Kopati, I). Hevler. once sold liquor himself, admitted in Itelleyea distressed stomach, belching John H. le. Tom Kerrlll, Jacob, flvo mlnutoa. Largo OhrMlaO As wo went to press Thursday after- a speech a few days ago that ho did or gas, Ktc., In Krcd rayk. W.W.tltman, noon, the 13th republican judicial com- - retail whliky about 40 years ago. box, 60c. The Harrodsburg Republican says wo are trying to butt into good company when wo show up tho delinquens of its editor, cies and the and that It cannot afford to pay atten-tio- n to small sheets. Upon what meat does the former 2x4 school teacher feed that he has grown so great. It wasn't so beforo ho got to bo Insurance Commissioner in which position ha has become the laughing stock of the State. Small indeed is the head which can bo easily turned and swollen to Buch proportions. It is not such company as his that we seek. We simply want to suggest what an infernal fool an editor is to cut such fantastic tricks because ho has been clothed in a little brief au short-coming- cemetery. By a large vote, State Senator Hilary E. Howze was nominated for Mayor of Nashville In n Democratic primary held. His opponents were James S. Brown, incumbent, and I. N. Hyde. Tho nomination of Howzo is regarded as a victory for tho liberal or element. A majority of tho City Council as nominated is in sympathy with him. Additional Local. "A Pair of Country Kids" at Walton's Opera House Friday night, Oct. 1. Mt Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co, Lost on Court Day, Sept. 13lh, ono large red steer, weighing over 1,000 lbs. Last seen on Hustonvillo pike. Notify M. J. Farris, Danville. Ky. r - - Crood Clotlxes Clothes, but we are the We are not the only people who sell people who sell the best Fitting and Best Tailored Clothes. matter how fine the fabric, unless your clothes Fit Your Form, you Slip one and see. The aronnnrlvrlressed. Our Coats THE FIT are perfect, We have terns, the tailoring, the fabric mam pij, uuiio fnlUL and $25 Suits. mi-Io- n H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Ky. SALE llt-nt- s Fur-wa- !lrSttCSVS3EM- MEET. RhKi-rmr- m III Q. CkfxTEfx, i corner- f NOTICE PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Weak Kidneys SBBBBBEBBSEB3 Dr. Stoop's !, Restorative POSTaCD. you want the Best "Hoosier." For sale by made, try the p-- E. T. PENCE. STANFORD, KY. MV'- Mrt "'" """", u GIVE IT ATRIAL. Ml-o-n- a I GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. & , J . kJssV 1 Ut g-&- - i2t .' . 4itij.fti n... .gafrj. jfaja. jgj &jm&&A- - A "I'WW'.J w4t-' ljfrtrflfi-ir'- v -- h That Fall it! Do these crisp Autumn (lays mnko you winli for a comfortable feeling suit in n rich wnrm bIiiuIc? The Htyle of cont nnti skirt nro sensible and elegant looking. Dont buy n suit that is skimped in order to Hell for a few dollars less. Buy u suit with a coat the right length and the skirt the proper fullness "Wo arc showing some pretty models in Green, !Navy, Catoba, Paupe, Kesin and Black. The workmanship is all anybody could desire. Our stock is complete with raw goods in every department. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Btanfoiid, Ky., Miss Mattie Paxton Is at Dripping Springs for n few days. A LITTLE son has arrived to bless tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Singleton. & SON. shoes STANFORD KY. W. School at Sevoranca & Son's. shoes. tin- "Ruster Brown," children's Cummins & Wcaren. Hlggins'. Fresh Portland cement at shoes for ladies II. Swfll & L. R. Hughes at Scveranco T. "W. Humble W. O. Martin - Skit. i8, 1000 Cashier Stanley MoIntosh, of the Phone No. 188 when you want Waynesburg Deposit Rank, was hero ning and plumbing done. W. K. Tuesday. Son's. J f f ) Mil and Mns. Walter Jones, of For Sale. Two young sows. Young Jonn of Arc 10 cent cigar wo Analachie, Va., accompanied the rePure cannel coal at J. H. Baughman will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only mains of Mrs. Mary Uryant to this nnd thin in order. Mrs. E. C. Walton, &Co's. Try a load. Penny's Drue Store. placo for burial. 6 cents straight. Stanford. Let mo insure your barn and tobac Watch for Ruster Rrown and his co. W. A. Tribble, Stanford. LOCALS. PERSONALS. dog, "Tige." They nro coming. CumI have one room for rent in Craig Underwear at Soveranco & Son's.' mins & Wcaren. . nuito III. Mrs. II. F. Goode continues property. Mrs. Catherine McClary. We arc receiving Fall Goals every day. Ginghams in Young cockerels for sale at $1. Mrs. Our stock of heating stoves, grates, Mrs. T. S. Kennedy is In Lexington. riaids, Stripes, &c. Shoes in Patents, Vicis, itc. Outings, For Sale. A lot of tobacco sticks. coal hods, etc., nro in. Como and see Mrs. Susan U. Yeaoeu Is improving L. R. Cook, Stanford, Ky. Flannelettes, a full lino of Blue Grass Mndras, Percales, NovFelix White, Stanford. Phone 4 slowly. Lost, between Walnut Flat and Ce- them. W. H. Hlggins. rings. elties, mostly in jet; nice line of Ribbons; a full line of UnderD. C. Sirri.c went up to London Sat- dar Creek, a black cont, Ethel Hilton, Expert workman on gasoline engines on business. urday wear; Gentlemen's Shirts; a full lino of Serges, in nil colors for Stanford, Ky. Misses Strauh invito the ladies to can be secured by application to the Mr. W. II, Wearkn has returned School Suite, Ac, and other things too numerous to mention. call and seo their display of trimmed Special display of suits and skirts 'Stanford Garage & Machino Co. from I'ensacolo, Fla. hats, novelties in wings, etc. Wc invite your inspection. You will find our prices right ami Let us make oue to fit Miss Alice Hkazley has returned Wednesday. R. M. West, one of tho very best our goodi the best that the market can furnish. We will have a car of Missouri Fultz from a visit to relatives In Hoylo and you. Severance & Son. men In Garrard county, died suddenly wncai ior Beea nrst or tnis weelc price Garrard. Our carbonator has como and we are of paralysis Friday, His burial occur- $1.40 per bushel. Terms cash. J. H. Mrs. J. S. Owsley went to Atlanta now prepared to make all kinds of fresh red Sunday afternoon. . Raughman & Co. yesterday to enter Dr. Gusslo Phillips' drinks. Shugars & Tanner. We have rcclcancd seed ryo 90c. sanitarium, --s. Lightning Gasoline Engines, Wilder Lost, a ladies' short black coat, be- seed barley at 70c, and winter turf Strong whirlwind Mrs. Mary K. Shears, of Fort feed cutters and oats at 75c per bushel. Terms cash, Worth, Texas, is the guest of Mrs. W. tween Stanford and Walnut Flat. Re blowers. Lightning crushers and grindJ. H. Baughman & Co. S. Dcnham. ward if returned to this office. s ers. Line shafting, pulleys and hangDr. M. C, Heath, of Richmond, The homo of Rev. L. C. Kelly nnd ers, belting, gas engine oil, etc. StanYour graded school taxes are due spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. wife burned at Orlando, Tenn. Mrs. ford Garage Co. Hustonvillo district. Penalty goes A. II. Severance. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Kelly is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Oct. 1st. J. II. Mocker, Treasurer. Miss Sadik IJauohman, of Huston-.villW. T. Wilson, who has just returnD. Newland, of this place. guest of MUs Elizahas been the ed from the market with a bran new For Rent. Four room cottage with beth Ilaughman. iiiEuanvuic Advocate thought so stock of goods for his store at Parks-villfour acres of ground In good portion of " Wiluams, who has been ill Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. James much of Congressman Helm's speech was here Friday having printing with scarlet fever, is improving rapidly. at tho corner stone laying there last done, telling of the low prices he is -- Somerset Times. The editor of this paper thanks week, it was published in full. ofTering on his goods. . Miss Herta Kiluon, of Lexington, Sudgc W. L. Dawson for a nico lot of .. m For Sale. Reautiful cot re roasting cars of tho second crop of this after n visit to Mrs. W. F. Uishon, For Sale. Having decided to quit tago, gnrden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- tho merchandise, livery and year's growth. turned hemo Friday. hotel busigan avenue. Price and terms to suit ness at this place, I will sell Mrs. S. J. CMnRY, Jr., went to Ashprivately a Ten dollars will buy CO bushels of purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. good hotel, store-rooland yesterday to visit her relative, and stock of pure canncl coal put in your house. No Mrs. C. J. Kitchen. Moses Rallard, Company "G." merchandise nnd livery stable. All in night with this James II. Eads accompanied his son, trouble to hold fire over 123rd U. S. Colored Infantry. Wanted good condition. Will make purchaser a Raughman & Co. Hguh, and daughter, Miss Sophronia, coal. J. H. information of the above soldier or his bargain. For information, apply to G. Ho tho Wayno county fair. The creditors of Georgo Gooch, de- family. Address J. N. Saunders, Atty,, T. Ashlock. McKinney, Ky. m ii Miss Alice Alcorn returned toCavo ceased, aro hereby notifed to file with Stanford, Ky. The sad news comes from Boston that Springs, Gn., Saturday to teach again mo their claims, properly proven. J. Instructions in Irish Crochet given Mr. C. H. Payne, who married Miss in tho school for tho deaf. R. Paxton, M. C. L. C. C. 3t. This Stove is what tobacco men use iu their barns. The by Mrs. W. N. Craig Tuesday and Lucy Tate, of this place, died suddenly Livingston, of Crab Miss Maccie I will be at the bank each Saturday Thursday afternoons. Those who wish at the home of his brother in Boston. tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money. You can Orchard, was a visitor in Lancaster, to collect the taxes for the Crab Orch- to join the class will please notify her His wife was in Paris when tho sad Sunday. Lancaster Kecord. in your barric. begin (tripping sooner. You can put J to news came and two of his little daughMr. James H. Hakkr and wife, of ard Graded School. Penalty goes on at once. Phone 182. ters were visiting their grand mother Kansas, are with Mr. J. M. Lovell and Oct. 1. Georgo W. Rronaugh. Call nnd see them. What is there funnier than a good and uncle here. Mr. Payne was an exfamily in tho Saufley section. Go to tho Opera House next Friday old homespun rural play and to lovers ceedingly fino gentleman nnd one of Mrs. Will Midgut and daughter, night and see that lively country play, of this class of stago fun we advise to Boston's wealthiest citizens. We have Katio Lee, of Lexington, spent several "A Pair of Country Kids." You will seo 's "A Pair of Country Kids" at not heard of tho arrangements of his days with Mrs. J. K. Holman. surely get your money's worth. Opera Houso Friday night. burial so far. Mrs. J. F. LaKue, of Louisville, spent several days with her parents, Tiger Raid. De Another Blind OrENlNO of Fall nnd Winter millinery 1 FOR Col. and Mrs. W. HulT Duddcrar. on Thursday. Sept. 30. Everything puty Sheriff Lee Hill caught Taylor Miss Aiiiiie Lutes, of Hustonville, from a baby cap to an auto hat. Every- Lackey and Amelia Craig, both colored, HaUw: derided to locate elsewhere. I ulll ell prhulvly my farm ut Highland of ) is visiting In Winchester. Mr. Harry body invited Miss Ella May Saun- with a large quantity of brandy and acrea. more or leu. IniuroieincuU good; Fryo accompanied her as far as Stan- ders. whisky in their possession They were atoro.liou.eou place; uood barn: Rood orchI ard; well watered. J. II, Hiuniir, fined ?50 each in judge Owsley's court. ford. Wajneaburg, Ky. and daughter, nil ready had us fill Sam Owens Hocker, colored, was also Il'you havu'nt Mrs. J. J. Lawrence ! !fc Mary Elizabeth, after a visit to Mrs. your coal house with Fox Ridge coal fined $50 for the samo olfense. I J. F. Hackley, returned to Mt. Vernon best see us nt once. We guarantee this tho best burning coal that comes to The republicans are holding nightly Havlucdecldtd to guKiist, I Mill In yesterday. Ky.,on meetings at the colored country school HATl'IlDAY, OCT. V, 1KW, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ireland and Stanford. J. H. Raughman & Co. houses, telling the "dear colored broth-era- " ell nt public auction the follow lnu personOther people aro living comfortably. Why should not you? Misses Margaret Hopper and Frances alty: Oue kooU aquare piano, t dreaaera, how much they lovo them and lilt of furniture, 4 or 61a.il It Is so simple when you think It over. People live happily and For Sale. I will sell privately all Adams and Dr. T. W. Pennington spent spring, new comfortably becauso thoy don't worry. If you have money in rnnKa.dlnlngroomchalr, teieral rocker., medical books, Instiuments, a fino how much they have dono for them Saturday at Mt. Vernon. safe, t clocki. t unahatandt, 1 large, hand-om- e tho bank, always ready for ttso when you want it, yet always them with chin music t parlor mantlu inlrMr, 1 hundaomo Born, to tho wifo of Manford Chevi-le- t, microscope, good buggy and horse and only to safo from robbery or fire, you escape a world of worry. Tho lot of poultry nnd Incubators. Have in order to get them to do the voting llruasela enrput, limiting., etc.; ae lug maMountain, an thing Is to start a bank account a dollar will do, If a dollar tablea, window thadet, poleanud at Kings ny other will start a bank account, YOU CAN DO IT TODAY. placed all accounts In hands of P. M. while tho machino crowd holds tho of- hlgbekt thing! not meutlou'-- I otTer to the democrat. Tho youngster has bean I expect to bidder. Termacaah.na Mcltoberts for collection. Mrs. L. B. fices and draw tho salaries. leaeoon after the aale. Hale 111 begin at christened Freddie Chevillct. Bcgim Then Stick to It. I o'clock in H, MUS. PK.MOOHB. Misses Nell and Josephine War. Cook, Admx. Mr. Jason Wesley, republican nomHere Is something WE KN'Ow; a dollar in tho bank draws othors hen returned to Cavo Springs, Ga., inee for State Senator of this district, to it. Why? How? Becauso you have seen how easy it is to Skidmore, was Skiumoiie DEAD.-Gr- een yesterday, where they will teach again here Friday and Saturday to con start and you will find It still easier to continue by putting all who was knocked in tho head with a you can spare in the Hank. If your money comes to you in this year In tho school for tho deaf. sult tho bosses of the steam roller malump sums, porno to our bank and deposit it. Get a book of Mrs. John Carter has returned club by Dock Padgutt, at the reunion, chine, but bo can rest assured that the Halng decided to moe to town, I will on checks, and when you pay out your money, use checks. Tbey aro K, 11W, TUKSIJAY.OCT. Mrs, near Kings Mountain, about two weeks at Nlcholasvllle. from tho fair machine will be smashed into smither safe, sure, convenient. Always know that you are paying tho ell to tho highest bidder mv farm, altunted J. W. Cocking and daughter spent ago, died at his home Friday night eens on Nov. 2nd. Such a pity to take 2 mllea from Htanford, on Uuica.tcr pike.. rljrht amount. No danger of bills sticking together: no silver acrea, wiin e uvteii-- I Stanford. Jessamine from the effects of same. Mr. in Saturday falling from your hand and slipping through a crack. Deposit into camp so clever a gentleman, but iicomainaoj mi. neceaaarvoutuulldiniraand will water. was about 40 years of ago and with us and call our Bank Your Dank. il. Immediate poaaeialou. I will also aell Journal. the Lord doeth all things for the best. ?good workmulea. 1 work horke, (loldduat leaves a family. His remains wero harnesa home. 1 hurneai horae. s Hen Samuel has returned to his Mr. WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK, Waynesburg, Ky. farm burrled in tho old Gooch burying ground, 25th Anniversary. -- The German WU.pound ateera. 1 harrow,wagon, 1buggy, homo at Columbus, Ky., after spending good a new. 1 Dlac binder. mownear Kings Mountain Saturday. 1 er, wheat drill, S riding cultivator!, a keta colony at Ottenheim Saturday celebrat several days with Miss Liccie Martin at A lot of hurneaa.tubuahelaonlona. 1 ed in royal fashion tho 25th anniversary old time furniture and my lancu. lot of entire of her grandparents, Mr. and the bomo Mr. Ike Terry camo to town yes- of the settling of that place. Speeches iiouaenoui gooua. Aiaoaioioj corn, rernia Mrs. C. M. Jones. made terday with the expectation of being were made, dancing indulged in and gin at known ou day of mlo. Hale will be 10A. H. formerly of this place, given Bob 8AUFLEY, Wl I'. llniustKox, Htanford, Ky. the republican nomination for other pleasures helped to make the day has sold his drug store at Harrods-bur- jailer, as promised. But, lo and behold, one long to be remembered. A large and will leave in a few days on part of the machino had broken down I good order a business trip to New Mexico and on its way to town and there was not a crowd was present and aro to be prevailed. The Germans con Arizona, where he has raining interests. quorom present. Old Mother Hubbard KeNtNcky. gratulated on the industry shown In Havlnc. decided to go atrnlght up, I wll Of Somerset Journal. MONDAY, OCT. 11, lfcW, went to the cupboard to get the poor dog that vicinity, having in the 25 years of Nunnelley'a new atock yarda, Misses Emma Shugars, of a bono, but when she got thero tho cup- their residence there converted a wil- court day, at to aalo in niKiui inuuer uio jo. Pa., and Margaret and board was bare, and so the poor dog derness into good farms and happy oiTur for described itocki One ear-ollowing atalllon Ijv l'rf atoll, dam by Wm . IVelch; I Ilessie Shugars, of Lancaster, accom- got none. gelding by Lincoln Houlrrel.dam homes. 'in a. by Wm, Welch. Till colt la brokf to drive panied by Mr. Owen Shugars, wero and Ian good orutil buy So far. old lllly by Bryant. Mrs. Mary Bryant, aged hero Sunday in an auto tho guests of Did you ever sit on a mossy bank l'reai ton, dam by '. K.Olay. Thla lllly mm. the iiatei natural: 1 tor broke, but about 70, died Sunday morning at the and look at tho Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars. brook as it rtd - year-ol- Kot'aiill by Kentucky hkiulrrei: lllly r, X.yi'iir-oi- a lllly by Kill McOarty'a home of her Mrs. Wal- merrily dances in glee around tho browu J. Uandoli'I! Harris, of Stanford, (Jambettn Wllkua atalllon, out of u thorW. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, pebbles and feel glud that you oughbred mare; 1 thoroughbred mare, 11 Si H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT was with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ter Jones, at Apalachlo, Vu., where Hay Dick, old by J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST.CA8H. short visit last sho had gone only a short time ago for were uliveT Well, that is tho same sen- jrara LincolnMlnntrel, litdam by by aide; f J. B. PAXTON, E. W. Harris for a Hqulrrel lllly colt with H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER by Don Varrlck.out of an On week. Mosdames It. II. Uronaugh, a visit. Tho remains wero brought to sation that you experience when you filly coltblack atud colt. Alauataaiuo Time time mare, 1 HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. nnd J. F. Holdam, of Crab Orchard, the homo of Mr, J. L, Totten and after go and see "A Pair of Country Kids" and iiiace wlllbfTer thofollowlUKjackatock: lack, UK uauda hliib and a OIREOTORSt Morris and little short services thero all that was mortal at Walton's Opera House Friday night, One inula lack: (iimlniz and Mrs. Wm. Mason ear-oliintud lack Jiaiioleou. out son of Muskogee, Okla., wero guests of the good woman was laid to rest It is a laughing, bubbling pure heart r"K hauda hliih byextra yearling of u Jliny J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shauks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.lStauford jack colt Keene Juuuet: 1 Jennet, aafe In Saturday of Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price. Monday afternoon in the DawBon bury- and homo story. When the curtain royally bred) I John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Staufonl; T. 0. Ran. foal lenoot.vlth ing gronnd on the Danville pike. Mrs. drops on the last act you feel as though aide i and aafe In foal to Jim lennet colt at reMae Mcltoberts has Keene. Thla kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. II- - Traylor, . Miss Lettio or limit. atouk turned to Randolph Macon College In Bryant's husband died many year ago, you had been refreshed by a drink of Tvrma,will be old without reaer be ulven, Gilberts Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. a credit of 11 inoutha, will Virginia where she will graduato this but she is survived by one son, Mr, Ben good cool spring water. The Kick are negotiable uote, payable at the Klrat NaII. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilbum Hunk of Htanford, bearing 0 xr cent year, and we are confident In the high- - Bryant, and in his great loss the sym- - full of fun and those two characters tional from dale. Hale at 10 a. m, Gooch, Gilberts Creek. lutvreat ' pawy oi an goes out w nib. lone Insure good performance. JJltiailTKKHUII.U est Jwaon. -- Lancaster Kecord. SrKClAL 6-- & See those school shoes at Cummins Wearcn's. Fall Goods. fl HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, e, five-roo- m The Dixon Tobacco Saven mm Wal-ton- SALE PUBLIC SALE J r4444444 ffcftft MONEY IN THE BANK. i w. H. HIGG1NS, I B Stanford, Kentucky. 1 1 soft-soa- p e, PUBLIC SALE! lour-roo- Skid-mor- 1 1 1 1 ltm.0iW444444',4 Cravwwwwwwww',': Stanford, g, PUBLIC SALE CIk Lincoln County national Bank $5O,O0O.00 d -- sun-kisse- d J- d 1 grand-daughte- Capital, Surplus, Resources, 40,000.00 340,000.00 g 1 l- d -- i. if tut" " "" Winter seed oats for sale. Jones Baughman, Moreknd, Ky. e al manford M J. T. Short sold S. J. Dell, of StanJhUrtdtn At tHcnd-cla- u mare for $200. ford, a maUtr. We have 35 or 40 No. 1 feeding hogs for sale at once. Lutes &Co., Huston vllle, Ky. N o.ll, Month, tliM r.x. For Sale. Seed wheat. Phono in No.ai.Houth.llKW A M. No. , North. 4!W A. M. residence. C. C. & King Carpenter, No. . North, 6:7 r. M. Poti-Qfcthree-year-old The Interior Journal. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. L.N.TIMETHBLE No.t,Jt0r. M. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. No. XT, 10:47 A.M. , A. S. PRICE. Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres, of Rood blue grnss land, lying one mile North of McKlnney .on tho Htniiford pike. Improvements nnd fencing good; plenty of water nnd fruit. AImi 1J5 acres of timbered lnnd one mile Kant of McKlnnoy : half under fence J plonty of water nnd good tobacco land. Pee Fall and Winter Sry. Stock. exHave your measure taken by n tailor of low perience. Then your clothes, whetuera price business suit or tho finest evening clothes, will have that Individuality and nt which plainly indicate they were made to your measure. I will also take your mens ure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats'and overcoats. Htirtng nnd Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection. The Tailor, II. O. IIU I'LB Y.Htanford, Ky. CUT FLOWER'S FOB SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, rt well as the freshest or cut flowers, plants of all kinds, bulbs, potted (lowers, ofon short wreaths noilce.lfAIo nmkn n specialty for for funeral purpoes. In connection with the nliove, I hnve nil klmlstof vegetables on hand nt reasonable PrtCeS'cimiBTMAN onKEJf II0UHEH ED llUUBAHD, l'BOB. Htanford, Ky. Insuris TtbatM mm1 Tsbaoo Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man. lams. STANFORD, KY. nesldence Phone 80; OHlcirf M. Insure with me and be fully 2t. Huitonvillc. Dr. W. H. Elliott sold the Martin farm near Uryantsvllle to G. A. Bow. Ing for $19,400. Lancaster Record. Total receipts of live stock at the Chicago market last week were 03,000 cattle, 81.C00 hogs and 118,300 sheep. For Sale. About 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. No. 1. What is a good hen? One that lajs 150 eggs a year is good. One that lays 200 is among the very beat. Tho average farm hen probably lays 100 eggs a year. Cattle Men! I have 200 acres of fine pasture, 2 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike, will grazo cattlo at 75c per head per month. G. Y. Conn, Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Don't 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 lage. W. It. Cook sold 55 head of export cattle, weighing 1,410 pounds, at SG 12 j: Geo. D. Robinson sold 35 head at same price. Rob't Arnold sold 50 head at same price, and Gibbs Bros., sold 125 head at $6.25. 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 gtt same by paying for this notice and his keep. W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. Strayed. Broncho horse, branded on left shoulder, about 14 hands high, heavy main and tail, foretop cut out. Few white hairs near top of tho neck where collar worked. Coming five years old, good shape, brown in color. $10 reward for his return to L. C. Temple-toJudson, Garrard county, Ky. n, The Road To Sueeesg has many obstructions, but none so desperate as poor health. Success today demands hoalth, but Klectrlo Bitters Is tho greatest health builder tho world has ever known. It comcIs perfect action of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, purifies and enriches the blood, and tones and Invigorates tho wholo system. Vigorous body and You keen brain follow their uso. can't nfTord to slight Electric Hitters If weak, or sickly. Only 50c. Guarsntccd by Penny's Drug Store, run-dow- n FOR SALE I Hardware, Tinware, del nuont ii,iiiu. Doing fair business. Liberal terms. , (1, 11. HAHIUB, Crab Orchard, Ky. Block Dry floods, Notions, Groceries SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENtl-NEERIN- I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly. My work will be guaranteed nnd my prices nro reasonable. Write mo at McKlnney or call me over the telephone through the llustonvllle Kxehauge, WAt.rKIl McKINNKY. r jrj GufJr J A The combined receipts of live stock last week at six of tho principal western markets, including Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha, St. Louis, St. Joseph and Sioux City were 237,400 cattle, 207.900 hosts and 276.300 sheep. At tho samo markets on the corresponding week of last year the receipts were as follows: 258,000 cattle, 2G0.400 hogs and 301,400 sheep. FARMS FOR SALE 1 1 w Ish to sell privately my farm of M acres at Jumbo, Lincoln County, Ky, four miles from McKlnney, Has on It good dwelling, good twrn. cellar, spring house, nne water, eto. Ijnd Is In high state of cultivation. Also hare four other small farms for sale. All well Improved. Terms satisfactory. ll.O.HII'PLK, Htanford, Ky., 11. K. 1). No. 3. 10 PER CT. REDUCTION, Moroland, Kentucky, It Is tho weak nerves that are crying out for help. Then hclp"'thern, don't drug tho stomach or stimulate tho Hoartor Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize theo weaK inside nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and seo bow fast good health will come to you again. Test It and see. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. "Which side are you on in this Peary-Coo- k controversy?" "Well, I have't taken sides as yet." "Better take Sides. If you don't you'll have to listen to tho argument of both factions." -- c. b. piturrr, Look! Look! Look! Just received a coini!eto lino of Fnll and Winter Shoes for Men, Women For .10 days. In onler to clean up on Mattings, Druggets, Carpets, Hues, lUc. Will nnd Children in Patents, VicN, Gun Metnl, Ox Blood mid Uox Calf. More Kite 10 per cent, reduction. Hnve some rare bargains In millinery. Homo big Iwrgalns Prices nro nlwnys tho lovct. In close outs la wall paper. Nice selection styles than ever shown hero before. of framed pictures. Now Is your time to buy a handsome mantle mirror. Call and see them. Choice selection of rockers. (IckxI line of beds, metal nnd wood, metal nnd wood folding beds,crlh,cots, mistresses, springs, coonches, Davenports, chairs, suitcases, grips, trunks, eitenilon tables, centre tables, medicine cnblnets, glass, ash, doors, Ac. Call nnd see us. Well euulpped stock of funeral supplies. Hervlcc night or day. CI. 11. PltUlTT. Moreland, Ky. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. (INCORPORATED.) We'll soon be getting weary, And seldom take a look At what Cook says of Peary Or what Peary savs'bf Cook. Farm for Sale Stanford Garage & man's, I registers; I registered stallion; S3 ncres of corn: ISor a) stacks of hay; farming Implements of every description. I will sell the whole ouiflt or any partof ihestock nnd If I sell the farm without the stock, I must sell not later than todays i as togl me time to make n sale of my stock. Also hnte avodd mules from work mules down to rolts. You will have to see this farm to appreciate the location and the many advantages of this farm. Any person from a distance desiring to see this farm can come to More-lnnLincoln county, Ky., on the ueen A Crescent route, this farm being only about mile from station. S II. 11. KINO, Morelnnd, Ky. On DnnvllleA llustonvllle pike of SW acres In Lincoln county, Ky.,S mile from More-lanThis fariiils well Improved, good well nnd cistern nnd abundance of stork water sprlncs. Most furnished from never-fallin- g of farm In grass. I desire to sell this farm In the next (M days, together with the stock and crop, the stock consisting of II highbred leunets. it Jacks, nil ages, lu brood Machine Co., STOP THAT HEADACHE Hy having your eyes properly fitted with lens, J. K. Hill, Knit Main Ht., Htnnford, Ky.,wlll supply your needs ami guarantee, satisfaction, lie also carries In stock Kdlson phonographs nnd trie latest records which you can bur for cash, or on monthly Installments. Call and let us talk the matter over. KYEHTKBTKU FHEK. high-grad- e protected. Two Small Farms for Sale! One contntnlng 23 acres, good (I room dwelltng.pood stock barn nnd outbuildings, nil under good fence and every field well wntuMii!itirrrt in nunc nrchnrd. 3 Years of old: IS acres In grass; all In good statemm cultivation; raisea iim pounas iomu-i- year. IS bushels wheat per aero on It last Pplf. Mil Mprnnri trnrt of KlU. acres With house, SJ foot tobacco liarn, well watered, 3D ncrea under new fence, timber, IS acres well cleared, tine fine corn nnd tobacco land. Prlce.lliw. 8 mlleJHouth of htanford on Tract No. 1 Is on pike; No. Is I mile from pike ou county road. Address or ee me at Hianiom, ft.y. ii.u. hcihw. rtonier-wtplke. Lancaster Court. A 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 stufT brought 3Jc: mule colts sold at from $50 to $125; aged mules were quiet ,and horseti slow. On a request for information from Dr. Ben L. Bruner, Secretary of State, ' I desire to sell Drirntelr niv stock of flrocerles and Hardware. lvolng a gooduslness. 111 Stock of Merchandise for Sale. - AUTOMOBILES, FEED CUTTERS, GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. AUTOMOBILES -:- - FOR -:- - RENT. - health. will Invoice about (1KO. 1). iJUV. lleason EXECUTOR'S SALEI Of two HOI'I'KIt, Htanford, Ky. houes and lots In llustonvllle Ky. Tht McKlnnoy Wooltn Mills, McKlnney, Ky. Is now In operation and Is ready to serve the public In making Jeans, I.lneys, Illankets, Flannels, Yarns, Ktc. Will either work wool or exchange goods for It. Highest market price for wool. tMl.WIlIOIlT, I'ror. As executor of the will of Mrs. Huttle lllshopdeceniwd,! will on the preml.es In HuiloiiMlle, Ky., nt about the hour of t o'clock p.m.. on HATUUDAY, OCT. !f H. B. NORTH COTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap 1UW, INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.Li ve Stock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are, paid without (discount. R. B. MAHONY Judge James Breathitt, Attorney General, handed down an opinion holding that any officer in this State, chosen by the vote of the people in a district larger than a county, except members of the General Assembly, must certify his nomination to tho 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 namo is on the official ballot. Dr. Bruner contended that certificates of nomination of Circuit Judges. Commonwealth Attorneys and other offices where more than one county votes for the candidates muat be sent to him for certification to the County Clerks. sell nt public auction to the highest bidder the two houses and lots In llustonvllle, Kr. which ttratrlx owned at her death. One Is the hoUMiand lot on the North .lie of Mnln street and which Includes the hoiue Is now kept. The lot where the hnsa Irontngeon Main street of nlxiut M feet and extends back about lit feel and around to Danville street on which It has a frontngeof nlKiut ai feet. The house ts ll stories, contains. IriHims nnd kitchen. There Is n good well ou the lot. The other lot fronts ou the North stdeof Main street about Xt feet and extends hnrk about IM feet to an IH.'Hler In and Manufacturer of, alley, it adjoins the other lot and Includes two cash, Iwlanco It Terms Marblo and Cranito- Monu- credit onare halfwith good security month., brnrlng notes, Interest from day of sale nnd sacured by on the proerty, with privilege to the lien Markers nnd I'osts, Cemetery nnd Ijiwn purchasers to tuiy the notes before maturiVases and Settees. Otllce nnd works, Mc- ty, l'ossesslon given Nov. I II" 1), and deed Klnney, Ky. to be then made. KDWAltnAU'OUN. Uxor. Iron and Rubber. Harry Jacobs, - store-room- ments, H. B. NORTHCOTT. Stanford. . Small Farm For Sale I J. J. BELDEN, For Ilouw nml CarrlKKrnlntlni(HrilTrlm-iiiliiKI'nitxr llHnidiiK.iiuiiuiul l.cksiiiltli lux. HIiopoiitHxltvilfiiut I desire to sell privately my farm of ST ncren, lu Lincoln county, seven miles from Htanford und two miles from Maywood, ou good road 4 mile from plku, Hi good neighborhood, close to church, rural route ami lt Ijind all very pro till lo from school-housductive, farm In grass, balance In culti vation; an unucr goon lence. uomiuriauie house of six rooms: new barn and nil other outbuildings. Abundance of ITuewiiteraiid fruit of nil kinds. r. i.i It. F. II. No. I. Htanford, Ky. PUBLIC SALE produce of u Jennets of Kentucky's registered stock, M Jacks and 19 Jennets, total St head; to be sold at !elngton, Ky., on TiinwiiAY.HKiT. a), mo. at 1 o'clock. Hale nt ((entry Htock Yards, under shelter, rain or shine. Nothing priced Of Dinwiddie & Co., l.t J.J HEMiKN.HUnforU, Ky CONCRETING Wxnn' li' uosltli'ii until nil kinds of such ns lllock Work, Puffinonti nml, in fact, vru vhii iiihL.ii any tlilnrf from r ilosi ii to i innt We run ssrrv houw juu promptly ami Kunmntco our price. work unit muterlul. I'nll nml Ret iMforu you luy your niutvrlnl ut llrsl-vlmt. j, Night On Bald Mountain. Fort 1M wards, J,L.Beazley&Co., Baaajiipjjpfcit-'ejjtsi On a lonely night Alex. Denton of N-- . Y climbed Uald Havlm? sulTend considerable nnnovnnce Mountain to the homo of a neighbor, nnd damage from outlaws. In breaking gate I latches and tearing down nnd destrovlng1 tortured by Asthma, bent on curing my gates on the county road thut runs my farm. I have him with Dr. King's New Discovery, through lor Informationconcluded to offer n reward lending to the conviction of such iierson or iersons. I i that hud cured himself of asthma. will therefore give the sum of $.7) for lnfor- -' This wonderful medicine soon relieved mntlon leading to the arrest and conviction II any party or parties, and quickly cured his neighbor. Later of latches on any of my that have broken I the gates.orthnt have tawed down or torn down any of my gales it cured his son's wife of u severe, lung on the county road which runs from tho trouble. Millions bellevo Its the great- llustonvllle turnpike to the Mllledgevllle through est Throat and Lung euro on earth. turnpike, amount my farmland I wMI give the nuiiu for Information leading and conviction of any party or or sold privately. Need not nnnly for pri Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages to tno arrest In the future parties who commit uur of the vate sale Write for catalog. and Sore Lungs urn surely cured by nlmve otlenses. Ky., II. Adams. I). H. witness my hand this loth day or August, J.T.W.OIInklnlH'iird, Combs, Lexington, It. Best for Hay Fever, Grip and lMKi. lluthel, Ky. T.J. HILL, Hit. REWARD. I PHILLIPS BROS., Hustonville, Ky.! Stanford, Ky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE I nnd six iull nwpkunriir Tolnt Iivv-lncrrs, south of iJincintiT, contaliiliiK Irfllmr ..ii initniiul I. Miubl iiMlirhli.irhfin.1. part of tlioJolin Wulker tract, wltlm linud ftOlllU llUTTi inuiiui J ipiuiriuuiii ..v..iv tutr'Oii, wltluill m'ovssuryoutUilUllntjsuiul good. iiw Uiril Willi. Well wnUrml. ill never falling springs nml crick running l W A Am' 1'lun grass fur m for suit) sltmttiHl on Undertakers and Embalmers. We carte ry an line .up-to-da- of goods. UiroUKti. Tkhmh. Whooping Cough. GOc and 81. Trial bottle fieo. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Storo. ' cash lu hnnd.biilitnrp nnd two jenrs from day of sule, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. plnrc please write IVrsons looking for such W.O. Walkkii. Htanford. orsee Undeitasera and Erubalir era. Al5 Dealers in Fur. niture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. "May I kiss your beautiful baby?" "Certainly, madam. One moment please. Murse, fetch mo the antiseptic gauze." - Lexington Tr llisl THE GREATEST IN THE VORLD STAKES 23 trfi.3a gE3c 3" jj ( rr r 1 P. . C5 ft R. .. a. . S?-A- . .- STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Snoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo full formula on 2oo box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. . mm "I knew it had to come." "How now?" "That show at the town hall has an Eskimo quartet." ht OCT. 5 TO 16 $85,000 w VJ3 FtalLtis. Tallow, fctsuax. Glaum (JoiL'cn !xal. (Yellow I toot), etc. Wr re Dealers, and ctn do belter (or you mm grois or commiuion mcrchanlt. Relrrcaie, any 0ok in Louuill. Write (or vvrrlly price liU and shin- (xngtijt. Wefuinuli wool bo-t- ree. vnlAHIfflff.no12 sour ir rnti'in k est --- 53 2 K s " y 5'-- o Q r M i 1. wn ; a 8 I) HIDESFURS 3.5" SSs 8 -r- -K Jsw, 3 o CT s a u. &." n 8 o na1 n c 5 ts 8 53 i rr-- E Pel P " B t3 S- -, 5H B 1 ag o rr a c PURSES I 223 E. m.SABEL&SONS, im IBs! IaruMi LOUISVILLE. rlti. f 3 .2 S Kr. ordry cough can bequlck-l- y loosened with Dr. tihoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothlug unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. A tickling One of the features of the Hudson-Fulto- n celebration in New York will be the trial flights in their scroplanes of Wilbur Wright and Glenn H. Curtlss. . $21,000 FUTURITY 3,000 TENNESSEE 5,000 TRANSYLVANIA 3,000 CUP STAKE GREAT 2:03 PACE $5,000 TROTTING HANDICAP Tuesday, Oct. 5 Tiiet day, Ocl. 5 Thursday, Oct. 7 Monday, Oct. 11 Friday, Oct. 9 Thursday, Oct 14 ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE! My ftiui lllue bluegrusn furm. a1! miles West of llustonvllle. nno mllu from Hike mill Carpenter's Htutlon, consisting of 1S3 acre of rich, blueuruis liemp, or toUicco land, all lu grass. 1'tils farm can Im equal ly 3 185t3 i m - C r s-g . t uivmeu to uiivantugu no Other Sensational Races Daily. on encli niece: also nil necessiiry outbuild lugs. Tlio farm lays almost In i square, only one angle In Hues. Tliero are1 DWELLING HOUSE nstouavengoou 8 ri hrt n w P oe a-- oS'ti 3.J5-ir,- C &2 B i o u) Undertaker. Embalmer and Dealer InlHarness, Saddlery, STANFORD, I OBn Phone, 17, KY- 6. Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets culled Proventlcs, will in a few hours solely check all Colds or LaGrlppo. Webers Prize Band of America BLANCHE BERNDT-MEHAFFEY, Three Stock Barns, One Good Tobacco Barn, Two Stables, a JS aa PS Soprano-Soloi- st one tenant house, good water In every field six lasting springs, vvitn mri'o streams ru ulug turough whole tract. IF: 7 y cut Oil b rn I a (itomejfbon Try therat Drug Storo. -. Sold by Penny's IN DAILY ONE FARE ON RAILROADS AkJ A- - CONCERTS J. Stasia Carsantar, lli'aioivit.i.tiKT