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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 1, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909100101_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): October 1, 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. The Interior Journal. ol. XXXVII. MIDDLEBURO. Phillip lire., of Stanford, arc hero cement dam for Quince putting In Jones, Mr. Jones hai been cxpectlnR them for norno tlmo, and had Rotten quite Impatient waiting for his "dam men," aa ho called them, but ho la happy now and the work will bo put In at onco. Mrs. Martha ForIo sold hot houso-hol- d cITecU at public outcry Saturday. Sho has bought property at Danville, and Is preparing to movo to It. Mrs. ForIo Is n Rood woman, and will bo greatly mlssod In this section. Mrs. Julia Martin has bought tho Greer farm near Liberty for $900 and will movo to It at onco. Tho trustees oro hlRhly pleased with tho atari the graded school has taken Tho enrollment is now 140 and Rolngup, tho teachers aro doing a high grada of work, and tho patrons scum disposed to stand by them. Thoro is every reaion why this should bo tho best school In country, and will bo If tho pooplo givo It tho support It so richly deserves. Tho meeting of tho Haptlst church still continues. Uov. Fulton and wlfo left Monday for their homo In Louisville, but Itev. Charles Martin pastor nt Liberty Is assisting tho pastor. Everybody ought to havo heard Rev. J. L. Owens at tho llaptlst church Sunday, his sermon was a gem, and ho is being highly complimented on tho effort. Hro. Owens secmod to bo at his belt, and tho audirnco was large, and quito an appreciative ono. Surely If there was any present who did not enjoy tho discourse they wero hard to STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER NEWS NOTES. shock was general over Kentucky about I o'clock Monday morning. An official cstlmato place tho num ber of dairy cows In tho United States An earthquake 1, 1009. NO. 62. l f E at 21,000,000. ,$, ! Fourteen children wero Injurod, ono probably fatally, in a panic at a parochial school at Jersey City. Theodore Rizzo, tho Italian In jail nt Utica, N. Y., confessed to tho murder of two little children recently. At llorsa Cnvc, John W. Montgomery, aged C3 years, was shot and killed by Morris Wilcoxson at tho latter's home. William VnrU'elt, a prominent citizen of Maysville, was set upon by a gang of men and almost beaten to death. Two men were killed and two others wero probably fatally injured by tho explosion of a boiler at a saw mill near Spring Lick. Charles Sluiher, a pugilist of fame In Louisville and Southern Indiana, was found dead in bod. Heart failure was given as the cause of death. At Shelbyvlllc, a mass meeting was hold to protest against tho establish ment of the Colored State Training School in Bullitt county. Strong resolutions wero adopted. Judgo McAllister Campbell in the Federal Court at McAlcster, Okla , issued n temporary order restraining tho Stato olllcials from interfering with tho piping of gas out of Oklahoma. Prpf. J. D. Harris, principal of the Warrenton, Va , High School, will bo placed on trial for killing William A. Thompson, associate editor of tho Warrenton Virginian on April 24 last. The labor troubles which threatened to tie up Huttc, Mont., shut down the smelters in Anaconda nnd Great Falls and throw 15,000 ersnns out of work throughout the Statu, h'as been settled Frank WesUrfleld nnd Edward llooro were Instantly killed and George Hays and Jack lioone probably fatally Injured by the explosion of a boiler In a sawmill near spring Lick, Grayson tfi YOU are entitled in buying Hart SchafFner & Marx' to a most positive assurance of your satisfaction. Every dealer, in our clothes is authorized 0 m iw tlumnteeJ rtra4' " 1 ! rl j 'l m H to say this to you: 83 g8 KN please. F. II. Lucas, of Arabia, Lincoln county, attended church here Sunday. Miss Lillio Tilford and her little sister, lluela, of Kubanks, aro hero to sec Miss Salena Jones, and aro attending tho protracted meeting. Dallas Kulo was hero from Liberty Sunday. Mrs. Kando Hrown, of Liberty, attended church hero Sunday and took dinner with her cousin, Mrs. Ella Cowan. Miss Clesta Jonw, of Arabia, has been visiting relatives hero for a week or more. Miss Minnlo Shannon, of Junc- county. President Taft enjoyed a new sensation City, U with her aunt, Mrs. J. A Estw, on tho Liberty pike Mrs Hollo tion when he dropped 1.20 J foot below Lawhorn and O. I. Garner are in Louis- the aurfucu of the earth and saw miners at work in the great Anaconda ville buying goods. copper mine. The President loft for Spokane. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Fifty persons wero injured shortly Hawkins, of Elkln, Mist Elizabeth before noon when an explosion occurred Fayette county, committed suicide at in tho Columbian Film Exchange in Richmond by hanging herself to a bed Pittsburg. Tho structure was eight was Ernest Hays was captured by a posse stories high and every ollico Every garment made by, and bearing the label of Hart SchafFner & Marx, is guaranteed to be of ol all-wo- o BS ga gs 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. ga ga workmanship. More than that: The dealer is authorized to say p; i wrecked. beaded by Deputy Sheriff Hush In MadInsane from fever and tho recent and ison. Hays, it is charged, shot James Lane, death of his wife, John Champion, a killed his brother-in-lashantyboat man, attempted to kill his several months ago. children ut Paducah, set fire to his boat Carlo Jones, deputy sheriff of Whit and jumped in the river. He was cap ley county, was shot at Corb.ii by ParFans Shot-we- ll tured. John Champion, Jr., tho elder Sholwell. is and William son, is missing was recently pardoned by Gov. .Notice has been served at Hopkins-vill- a Jones was shot in tho bock Willson by Mrs. John C. Latham tint she and died Instantly. will contest tho will of her hutband on George and Thomas Roberts and Osgrounds that it was obtained by &aumS2J car lioberts, a cousin, became engaged the Siding, in Pu- fraud or undue Inlluonco and that Mr. in a difficulty at Williams Latham was not mentally capable of laski county, when John McKce, a will. neighbor, attempted to stop tho diff- making a Gfl talesmen had been exAfter neck iculty and was shot through tho amined a jury was secured nt Warrenand instnntly killed. Tho bullet after ton, Va., to try J. D. Harris, principal passing through McKeo'a neck struck his heart. of tho Warrenton High School, for tho Georgo Roberts, landing near murder of W. A. Thompson, nssoi-iat- e He is In a dangerous condition. editor of tho Warrenton Virginian. Lexington TnoTS.-Mu- sic Harris entered a plea of Music Eight men were drowned and seven has always been a marked feature of tho Lexington Trots. Tho man- had a narrow escape from death by agement has ulways mado it a point to the foundering at neon Saturday of the steamer Gere six miles givu the audietico u treat between tho Norweign heats In tho shape of concerts for which from tho Winter Quarter lightship, ordinarily people will gladly pay from which is stationed CO miles South of $1 to fl to hear. Tho famous Weber the Delaware Capes and 1G miles at Prize Hand of America will bo at tho sea. 7 IMbbiiiiiiiiBI IjIsBBsillB'vSwiwVI'W Tho Treasury department reports the trots again this year, and glvo dully concerts before the grand stand. The show that tho total nmount of national without excep- bank notes now outstanding is Weber Hand Is This is an increase of $2,215,-25- 0 tion, the best organization before tho over tho total on tho first day of public. Its 1909 tour through tho country, when It played In all tho principal September nnd an Increase of $11,751,-GIover tho total national bank notes cities, Including St. Louis, Chicago, Pittsburg, Philuholphlh. and tho month outstanding on September ono year of August In Atlantic City, has boon a ago. Attorney Sam E. Patton, of Jackson, triumph. Ulancho Herndt Mehaffcy. famous as tho finest band singer in tho one of tho most widoly known lawyers United States, ond a soprano of Grand of Eastern Kentucky, was indicted in Oiwrn calibre, will appear daily and the Federal Court on tho charge of ussing In connection with theso concerts, ing tho United States mails for frauduForty more indictments aa tho principal soloist of tho band. lent purposes. and are expected. Patton is accused of opRemember tho dates. Oct. erating under the namo of the Clevedon't miss a treat. m land Timber and Lumber Company and "Health Coffee" U tho cleverest of ordering goods from many of the ami Aroma. For the next Imitation of real collco ever etmade. large manufacturing concerns over tho Tho Colleo with tlio Strength, Flavor created It from pure parch-o- d country, knowing that tho company wo will give Dr. Snoop grains, malt, nuts, etc. Flno In was insolvent. 81 75 Five Pounds Collie at !15o flavor Is mado In just ono minute. 1 50 1 Nickel Dip Colleo Pot ut 81.50 tedious boiling Associated The consolidation of tho No 20 or 30 minutes Souiplo frco. Penny's Drug Store. Operating Companies of tho Belt tele, 8tf '25 phono system in New York State Into admit"Our engagement is broken," 81 '25 organization, entirely owna For thirty days you wive ted the girl, "but I still have a tender ed by tho American Telephone and Telfeellngtforhim." practically "You might as well cut it out," ad- egraph Company, has bsen vised her friend. "He's going around consummated. bragging about his lucky escape." Tho ltttlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets m ... . llreathe Hyomol and cure, catarrh. called Proventlcs, will In a few .hours No stomach dosing. Completo outfit safely chock all Colds or LaOrlnpe. Sold by Penny's Including Inhaler II. Guaranteed by Try thein! i ga that iOhe clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, yourr money will be refunded. Hart SchafFner & Marx glfes) 83 CUMMINS & WEAREN. m ga ss ss gagaBBaBagagasBaBaBaBagaBaiagagaiaBagaEagagaaiiaiaiffliaKSBaBaBaggasgaj 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN1882. atthb CAPITALSTOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. F. Keid, J. II. Uaughman, President,, M D Elmore, J. M. Pettus, S. T. Harris, II, C. Uaughman, . F Cummins, John , McUobertj, Cashier, S. T, Harris, no. C Robinson, II. C. Uaughman, Asst. Cash'r V. 13 O'Uannon J. S. Hocker. C. K. Tale. W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. 1 $701,-077,72- 1. . S. Mocker, G want the Best Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by If you E T. PENCE, STaVPOO, KY. 1798 0 days TraitfijlvaDia Univetfhl 1909 Continuing m Kentucky University.' Hamilton College for Tho College of Liberal arts Women, and the College of law. Threo campuses embracing U.'l acre. Thirteen buildings with modern equipment. A faculty of 50 chosen (nun tho best uui verities of America ami Kurope. Standardized elective counts leading to the degrees of A. 11. I)., S., A. M., and L. L. H. Now Science lluildlug recently erected at a cost of 8(50,00, Students now iu attcudauco from 25 Stales uud 0 foretell eountriec. Moral Influences, cultural euviroumeut, scholarly ideals reasonable cs one-Stat- o . Oivk it A TRIAL. i c. G. L. Penny, Druggist, Drug Store. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. 100?.Writo for catalogue toJay. RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, JA. M Ph. D. Pre?. The session begipa Sept. 13, petises. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY., -- -. . ,tJ.iW rta-- ijiifi; rrrrife "N The Interior Journal. C C. WALTON Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge, M. C. SAUFLEY of Lincoln. . ForOommonwealth'i Attorney, CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mercer. For mate Henator, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln count;'. For Hoprcnentntlvo, W. H. SHANKS Kor County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, Wr want to call on every democrat in Lincoln county to put hta shoulder to tho wheel and help roll up a rousing democratic majority in Lincoln county on Nov. 2nd. The republicans oro act ivc, going both day and night and leaving no stone unturned, with tho hope of occupying tho now court house after Jan. 1st. Let not that beautiful build repub fng be filled with machine-madlicans, but see to it that every demo crat on tho ticket is elected. Tho dem ocrats of Lincoln county pay 90 per cent, of the taxes, then why shouldn't they be allowed to govern the pcoploi e clock prompt W.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For Bherirr, W. L. MeCARTY For County Court Cleric, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Asscsor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hcbools. GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Htanford District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Cons tnble Htnnfonl District, I. M. BRUCE For Maglstrate;Crah Orchard District, J. WARD MOORE For Magistrate Huston llle District, J. A Vincennes, Ind., lawyer spent his vacation playing farm hand at $20 per month. Tho third day ho fell on n corn stalk and was so badly hurt that he will likely die. Should he recover he will banish tho thought of farming next It shows no smoothness to get a repuyear when tho "corn is In tho shock and tation for being slick. the pumpkin is on tho vino." Things come pretty easy for the hero They marry in hasto and repent at of a poker story. leisure down in "Sunny Georgia." Tho Tho first social function arranged is judge of tho Fulton county Superior when tho neighbors gather to watch court at Atlanta handed down 14 d you movo in. vorces in less than six hours, or one evA genie is n fabulous attendant who ery 23 minutes. The oldest couple had has stipulations to make as to days olT. been married five years and tho youngA woman with plenty of washing to est a month exactly. do soon marries a business manager. datc.-Saturday, age, Stanford, Ky., I will on Saturday Oct. 2, 1009, aall at public auction the following personalty: $650 piano; $30 bed room set; $22 folding bed; sanitary couch, $25 Brussels Drugget; $18 ingrain drugget; matting on 3 rooms; safe; dining room chairs; extension table; 7 rockers; cooking stove; lawn mower; hose for sprinkling and many other articles. Terms. All sums under $10 cash; over $10 on four months time, with nrgotiablo note, payable in the Lincoln County National Bank. Special terms will be made on the piano. Everything goes to the highest bidder. Also have $500 worth of books, some of which I will sell privately. Remember Oct. 2 at 10 A. M. tho T. W. Barker. Slanford, Ky. Public Salk. Beginning at 10 o'at the Methodist Parson- K.HELM.SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg, District, JOHN G. BAUGH fc" I V JOE MAGEE Is n cnndldate for Police Judge of Crnb Orchard, subject to tbe action of the democratic party and asks your support. , In his letter to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Mr. John D. Wakefield called attention to the craze of distinguished Democrats for newspapers. Governor J. C. W. Beckham following thn lead of William Jennings Bryan went into the business several months ago, having bought the State Journal. Senator Thomas A. Combs is president of the d Lexington Gazette Company, tor S. W. Hager has just bought the Owensboro Inquirer, while Mr. Henry Inspector and Ex B. Hines, aminer, and JEdward O. Leigh, the private secretary of many Governors, have for sometime been making a great success of the Bowling Green Messenger. The disease is spreading so fast that the barber's call, "next," n may soon be in order. There is a about tho newspaper business which attracts many a man who afterwards finds it is easier to get it than to get out. faci-natio- I V. . -- 1L Governor of Minnesota, John A. Johnson, should have only accumulated some thirty-od- d thousand dollars in his life causes some surprise ss that sura of money in th?e days of high finance is' regarded as a To those, though, measley amount. who know the scrupulous honesty and the high personal integrity of the man and the many demands upon him the Rev. L. 11. Blanton, nf Danville, will surpriso is that he was ablo to save as preach at the Presbyterian church next much as he did. Sunday morning. There is possibly no one thing that Rev. J. J. Dickey, the new pastor, can interest mankind more than the will occupy the pulpit of the Methpdist war against the ravages of tuberculo- church here next Sunday morning and sis, and the faithful lovers of their kind night. who are engaged in the noble work are Rev. B. C. Horton, brother of Mrs. worthy of praise. Consumption is man's R. L. Whiteand J. D. Horton, was sent greatest foe, and when its fearful toll by the Methodist Conference to Mt, of human lives can be stayed by proper Sterling from Fort Thomas. methods it is woreo than a crime for Rev. T. W. Barker was sent to Warthe State or community to withhold the saw by Conference which sent Rev. means for doing so. J. J. Dickey, recently of Perryville, to of the It is reported that Governor Willson the pastorate regret isMethodist church Much expressed over has accumulated 50 or more important here. Conference's failure to return Rev. on and recomsubjects to be That the late lamented It is tho weak nerves that are crying lout for help. Then help them, don't drug tho stomach or stimulate tho Hoartor Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize these weak insldo nerve 9 with Dr. Shoop's Rrstorallvo and seo how fast good health will come to you In order to raise republican campaign again. Test it and seer Sold by all over Kentucky are funds Penny's Drug Store common "every being robbed. It is a day occurence now to read of one being "Doll heart, tell mo something," looted. murmured the swain. "What is it?" Inquired tho lady. POLITICAL. "Do you really love men?" William R. "Do I really lovo you? Ain't I giv- Former Congressman ing up alimony for you?" Morrison died at Waterloo, Illinois. Wm. H. Mount, a brother of a Is guaranteed by G I. PenMount, and said to bo related to Mr. ny to cure Indigestion or money back James R. Mount, at Lancaster, is dead Kollevcs distressed stomach, belching at Crawfordsville, Ind. or gas, t.ic , in nvo minutes, Large Gov. Willson appointed R. H. White, of Mt. Sterling, as a member of the box, 60c. Kentucky State Board of Pharmacy to succeed Addison Dimmitt, of Louisville. It begins to look like Louisville will HiiNlngdeclded to go Knit, I will In Ky.,011 and be redeemed from republicanism HATl'KDAY, OCT. , that W. O. Head, the democratic nom- sell at public miction the following personinee for mayor, will defeat Grinstead, alty: One good square piano, S drexers. suit of furniture. 1 or 8 Ih1 springs, 1 new tho present mayor. Good. range, dining room chairs, wterai rockers, A joint debate on the tariff, in which 2 safes, 1 clocks, Snashstnnds, 1large, hand some parlor iimntio mirror, minusome each will defend his own views of the llrusselsciirrjet. mattlnss. etc.: sewing ma par- chine, tables, window shade, nolcaiul ma proper position for the Democratic ny otner tmngs not ineniioii-- u i oner tome to ty to take, has been arranged between highest bidder. Terms cash, as I expect at leave noon after the sale. Hale will begin William Jennings Bryan and Senator 1 o'clock p.m. MHH. DICMOOHK. Joseph Bailey, of Texas. The debate will be held some timo during October at Atlanta. In a speech on tho conservation of Having decided to iuo to town, I will on Tt'EHDA Y.OCT. IJ. WW, natural resources delivered at Spokane, sell to thn highest bidder my farm, sltunted he !',, tultea from Htanford, on Lancaster pike. Wash., President Taf t declared that dwell-Inwould ask Congress to authorize the 11 cuuuuus osiiurrs. wuu necessary outbuildings and well water issuance of $10,000,000 in bonds to com- ed. Immediate possession. I will also sell plete irrigation projects already begun zgooti worK muies, i won uorse.i i.oiauusiJ harness horse, Imrntss horse, steers. farm in the West and on which work has good as new, Iliac harrow,wagon. 1 Ibuggy, 1 binder. mower, wheat drill, riding cultivators, a nets been stopped for lack of funds. 30 bushels onions. 1 ratine. A lot of harness. In spite of the Louisville Board of furniture anil my entire lut of corn. Terms Also Public Safety's promiso to give a pub- household goods. day of a lot otHale will besale. nude known on lic hearing to the complaints of the gin at IDA. M. W. I. KonisMix, Htnnfonl. Ky. that Mutual Protective Association "blind tigers" were being permitted to run without police interference, that body backed down when the time for Ha Ing decided to go straight, up, I wll the hearing arrived. Tho association MON DA V, OCT. 1, IW , was at the appointed place and offered court day, at Nuunelley's new stock yards, sale to tbe hlgnet bidder the folto have its witnesses testify under offer for described stock: One lowing oach, but the board thought it inadgeldlug by Lincoln Hqulrrel.dnm missible at this time just before an by Wm. Welch. This colt Is broke to drive filly by and Is a good one; bay election to have a public hearing. I'reston.dam by (. K.Olay. This filly but goes all the gates natural; sorfilly by Kentucky hiiulrrel; 1 rel j CHURCH MATTERS. V by lllll brown post-officEx-GoMl-o-n- FnoM this distance It looks as if Commander Peary is better at quarreling than discovering tho North Pole. Ills interviews anent Dr. Cook's finding tho cold old thing would put a man to Bhame. MM Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. Good Clotlies. We are not the only people who sell Good Clothes, but we are the people who sell the best Fitting and Best Tailored Clothes. No matter how fine the fabric, unless your clothes Fit Your Form, you are poorly dressed. Our Coats Fit. Slip one on and see. The patterns, the tailoring, the fabric AND THE FIT are perfect, We have some LOW PRICE Suits, but our main business is done in $15, $20 and $25 Suits. PUBLIC SALE1 1, H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Ky. Will sell a Clothing? Hhoe and Cents' Furnishing Htore. located In the best town In lloyle county. A great opportunity for tho right man. Mtock will linolce about IVio. Address M. J., care Interior Journal, Man-for- 1 1 FOR SALE! ft--. ua 8fc au r-- 7 jxtj irsrrrsrr rr r 3r w cxtrt-iOit-7J -- 7rrr7r T -Trr G. L. Penny It. II. Policy K. K. Coleman PUBLIC SALEf luur-ruoi- u MASON'S MEET. ! 92 1 FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TKY OUR Tnl cum I'otvdcr?, 01 F. A A.M. will meet Lincoln In stiitnl communication on each nrst and Monday nights of each month, at "::; third o'clock lu their hull on main strteet, Htati- -ford.Ky. Membeniot sister lodges aro fra- ternnll) to be present. T. W. l'eunlngton, hec, I 1 inltl I I 1 1 S. O. CARTER, Now Llvorv. Sponge, Hath AND ESPL'CIALLY Our Ice CoM Sola Water with Jersey Cream nntl Fine Fruit Flavor. limbic, Toilet ami Hath Soaps 1 old-tim- e Oopot Stroot, Phono 06, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. PUBLIC SALE! 1 NOTICE! We have moed our produce, hldu nod poultry OUSlIiesi irum lilfrii .iiiiiiit hi uui store recently purchased of Oarlnnd Hln- gleton. two doors froiii io.tolllie. We still pay cash for all kinds of country produce. liAMIiit HuxllAMAN.Mtaulonl, ky. !$ Kf PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. ffi rfx 1 Isuu-brok- e, 1 i-- ear-ol- d 1 Oamlwttu Wilkes stallion, out of u thoroughbred lunru; thoroughbred mare, II years oiu iy Jiinsirei, isttiam ny nay hick, with Lincoln Htiulrrel tllly coll by side; filly colt .......... I. by Don Varrlck.out of nn On Time ... I... ... ....... Ii.nl b.K.I i.nl, and place w 111 otter the follow Ing Jack stock: uuo njrniiu juvk, 1171 uuiiiis iiiku niiu u jack. noted mule Jack; 1 coining Napoleon, out Unhands high byextra yearling of n 111 My Keeuo Jennet: 1 Jack coll yeur-old Jennet, safe In royally bred; lennet. with lennet colt at foul: 1 side and safe In foal to Jim Keene. This stock will ho sold without reserve or limit. Terms, a credit of 12 months, will lie given. negotiable note, pnyanie at me rtrsi national Hank of htanford, bearings per cent Interest from date. Hale at 10 a. n. llltlOHT 1 1 A ear-ol- d 1 Weak Kidneys Weak Kidneys, surely point to weak Udoey Nerves. In Kidneys, like thelltrart. and the stomach, find their weakness, not in the onrui itself, but in tbe nones that control and guide and strengthen thtm. Dr. Shoop's Htttoraur ll a medicine specifically prspared to men these controlling oerrts. To doctor the Kldntys alone, UfotUa. It U a wast oi Urns, and ot mosey a well. If tout back aches or If weak. If the nrlna scalds, or U dark and strong, if you hare symptoms of Bright! or other distressing or dangerous kidney disease, try Dr. Snoop's Ilestontlre a month Tablets or Liquid and tea what it can and will do lor you. Druggist rarrmawnil and nil SBBESEBBBBEEEe3 BUY The Improved from Su- Tiie State University, Lexington, Ky. Dr. Shoop's perior Grain Drills treated mended in his next messago to the Legislature. As the Governor rarely ever uses a sentence less than 100 words long and as he treats every subject with proxility there is going to be lots of reading for the long winter nights for those who care to wade through that class of literature. The duty having been taken off of art, paintings valued at millions of do! Ian have been purchased abroad for free transportation Into this country The large valuation can now be made with impunity. It would be very small if duty had to be paid at tho rate of valuation. Another republican has gone wrong and somo of "Undo Sam's" good boo die is with him. M. P. McCoy, exam iner and supervisor of government stir veys, was found short over $5,000 and he will spend the next three years In McNeil's Island Federal prison. Mississippi legislator who has become a Pullman car porter is simply following the natural evolution of his class. His thirst for graft must be stoked in some way. Barker to Stanford. There can be no real happiness to one who has not made his peace with God. Back of all his pleasures is the darkness ef God'B displeasure. He may forget it for a time, but the remembrance returns and turns his happiness to disappointment. Western Recorder. Especial attention is called to the Pioneer Servire at the Christian church Sunday Oct. 3, 10:45 A. M. Seati will be reserved for all who have been members of tho church for over 30 years. Bro. Ballou will mako a short talk, the minister will deliver a sermon appropriate to tho occasion, and honorable mention will bo made of our blessed dead. The old songs will be sung and everything done to make it as much like an old fashioned sorvlce as possible. All disciples of Lincon county aro invited and especially tho elderly people. A cordial invitation to the public. D. M. Walker. At Uiverhead, L. I., the death of one man and the serious injury of another caused by the upsetting of a power machine going at the rate of 65 miles an hour marred the Long Island automobile derby. The . The Mate University. Lexington. Ky.. of fers the follow lug courses, namely. Agricultural, Mechanical Engineering. Oivll Engi PENNY'S DRUG STORE. neering, Kieeincai engineering, .inning Knulnerrlug. Ulasslcal and seven HclentWo courses, each of which extends over four years and leads to a Itaebelor's degree; also a Department of Law and a Department of r.uucaiiun. wnicn mst oni ueen esiaunsneu Instead of the Normal Hohool, Tenons who We, names appear below, strictly enter this department prepare for advanced forbid whose hunting, llshtng or any kind of treswork lu pedagogy and aro granted a passing on our places and will prosecute videgree In this subject when completto the full extent of tho law, ed. The Academy for preparatory Instruc- olators Mattle Hewes, Ilelcheiibnch Ilros, Mist tion Is retained. A. T. Traylor. Kred llaUlliallU. County appoimeea receive iree lumou, Lllburudoocli, N, II. riummer, privilege of residence lu the dormitories, lt.O, Nunnelley. Hester, Will foul and llirht. traveling sinenses. If they J. W. l'eck. J. V. Uauglimau, remain 10 consecutive months.orone colleg David Htevens, J.K.llruce, iate year. Wm.Oordler. JohnOamenlsch, Thelaboratorles and museum aro large, M. 1). Klmore. Dan Traylor, comprehensive and modern well equipped, Fred llandorf, (lotllbUllck. Military Hclence Is fully proIded for as re I). M. Anderson, J, J, Thompson quired by Congress. le Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Kadt Moser, J, III tiiv wtmni tuurai'i ui I lie guiuunifs Mrs. N.J. Horton A. Kliuisu study readily llnd employment with liberal Mrs. (Ino. ljOtftui. J. J.KIIIott. remuneration. Tho total number of maFrank L'ordler, W. It. Dnugherty, triculates for lait ear was 1.H7H. Knell Dr.o.tl. Terry, ltev. Father sMclnllst at Its head, with H. M.llaughmun, w .lining.. II. the necessary number of nstlitiinu. A, iukh Uriah Albright Young women llnd an excellent home, (lander Mrs. Margaret (loouli, Jacob Traylor Hi I'utterson Hall, with boird and lodging, W. II. (leo.O. (livens, wlilo-Is well eUlpH'd with all the modern joim juier, Ham uoneris. luithrooiti, hull for phslcnl conveniences, M, J.ilofinuiin, Amend Hchaefer, culture, (it per week. All courses of study A. It. Matheny K.T. lleaxley In the I'nlterslty lire oieii to women oil Mrs. J. II. Owsley, L, H. (Jarncr, Identical conditions wlththosuapplylug to 11. L. Fagaley, M.J. Morgan, males. lt.O. Wat kins, H. T, Harris, The completion of the Agricultural, MinHundley. It. U.OroM, J. O. ing Engineering. laboratory und EducaO. K, McUlure, Mrs. Nannie 11. flood, buildings ui'ord ample und coiuiuod. tion Anton lUitieeker, lousnuurters for these departments, which Anderson Uarr, Fnd VouOruenlgau W. M. Dlshon, are rapidly Increasing lu the number of maMa e.l. A.ll. T. L. Ilaughman, triculates. Itebeccii It. Oarpeiiter ror catalogues, meinoa oi ooiuiningap. MOtHUis. i; 1n.i.l, j. r. i user, nnliitiiieiits. information reuardlnu courses U. neviers John H. Lee, of study and terms of admission, apply to Tom Ferrlll, tihrtstlan Jacob, JAN. K. I'ATTCUitOM, I'b.D., LU 1)., l'rei., Fred I'ayk, W. niuiau, W. or to ll. O, Kuacicic, Business Agent. Restorative POSTfTO. J llach-elor- 's W. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. lo, RURAL TELEPHONES. Mil. FAKMISIt: Mukovour homo ns nioilerii ior your family rta a city residence, mid nlaco yourcli'in u iiotitioii to get tho latest market quotations ut any timo. This can ba accomplished by means of our telephone Bcrvico, which you uud your neighbors can get for n sum that is small compared with tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest oillco or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Teuu., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Lino" rate. If you aro not ut present enjoying telephono sorvlco, wo can immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, Tcuueseeo, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern tiortiou'of Indiana and Illinois. A8TTENNE8SEETL. A TEL. CO. i. t--l ..... ... JlfifOUrOMATKll)! K ., iliii' i -- n9W 3 That Fall Suit ! Do thane crisp Autumn days mnko you wish for a comfortable feeling Buit in a rich warm shade? The Htylc of coat and Hkirt are sensible and elegant looking. Dont buy a suit that is skimped in order to sell for a few dollars less. Buy a suit with a coat the right length and the skirt the proper fullness We arc showing some pretty models in Green, Navy, Catoba, Paupe, Kcsin and Illack. The workmanship is all anybody could desire. Our Htock is complete with raw goods in every department. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. TAwroiU), & SON, STANFORD KY. L. II. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Marti te School Hlgglns'. Don't forget tho sale of at Severance & Son's. Bishop nt Hustonville Fhesii Portland cement at W. II . Executor Edward Alcorn. shoes for ladies Mrs. Hattte For Rent. Four room cottage with by four acres of ground in good portion of Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stnnfordv Ky., - Ocr. 1, 1900 Swell shoes at Severance & Son's. SreciAi. Jonn of Arc 10 cent cljrnr wo A new Block of Up robes and horso ill aell on Saturdays and Sundays only cents straight, Penny's Drus Store. blankets at W. H. Hlgglns'. PERSONALS. Let co. improving continues mo Insuro your barn and tobacW. A. Tribble, Stanford. --i John Owsley Keid slowly. Is Fon Sale. A tot of tobacco sticks. 4 Hahui?, who hns been Felix White, Stunford. Phono MnB. SubanT. rings. ill, is Imptovlnc. Mna. Hkssik Hardim, who has been Phone No. 188 when you want tinill, Is convalescent. ning and plumbing done. W. K. WarMn. A. G. Kastlani), o( Louisville, ner. working insurance Mrs. Susan quite ill. II. Yeacek Uhave one room for rent In Craig property. Mrs. Catherine McClary. Sf - - Miss Eli-- a Mar Saunders visited Danville friends this week. LtTTLK Heath severance, wno nas Uvn qulto sick, is up aRln. A. T. NONNELtEV was at Hare' l'atcli yestenlay on business. Al.KitKt) Pence returned from the West Wednesday delighted with it. Dr. W. N. Craio spent Tuesday at Lancaster practicing his profession. Hart-wel- l, MRS. W. C. Shanks and son, were In Cincinnati Wednesday. California, Miss Myrtle THAun, of Hubble. 1, with Miss Levisa Harris at It. J. CAS8IDY was hero in an au Dr. advertising Kureka Tonic. . to Wednesday Mno Mrs. Dan Thaylor and Miss spent n few days in Huston- Traylor Is hero Our stock of heating stoves, grates, coal hods, etc., are In. Come and see them. W. II. Higgins. Extert workman on gasoline engines can be secured by application to the Stanford Garage & Machine Co. Your graded school taxes arc duo in Hustonvillo district. Penalty goes on Oct. 1st. J. II. Hockcr, Treasurer. Let tho public take noticcl Whoever buys my J650 piano for less than $325 is going to have a rare bargain. T. W. Barker. For Sale. Beautiful five-roocot-tng- c, garden, barn lot and barn, on Logan avenue Price nnd terms to suit ville. purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Mrs. It. L. DotV and son, Malcom. Work on the new court house is proof.Hlchmond. arc tho guests of Mrs. J. gressing rapidly nnd wo hope it will bo U. Goode. reready for occupancy by Jan. 1st. It Miss Susan Fisheu Woods has d will be a Lcauty when completed, a protracted visit to turned from m friends. Lightning Gasoline Engines, Wilder Louise Tatk nnd son, C. h. Strong whirlwind Mrs. feed cutters and H Tate, attended tho burial of Mr. C. blowers. Lightning crushers and grind ' Pnvne in Hoston. s ers. Lino shafting, pulleys and hang Two of Mr. and Mrs. James Messer .Inwn with dinhthcrla, but ers, belting, gas engine oil, etc. Stan .ui.i.. ford Garage Co. alone nicely. mm Kich-monm "A Pair of Country Kids" company numbers 15 people and presents during the play 10 specialties and musical numbers nt Walton's Opera Hedge-villLost, between Hubble and House tonight. Reserved scat tickets a cloak, red with black trimmings. on sale at Shugars & Tanner's. Return to Mrs, J A Kobinaon and get reward. Dock Padgett, who is charged with' tho murder of Green Skidmore, near THE creditors of George Gooch, de- Kings Mountain, was on trial yester ceased, are hereby notifed to file with day before Judge Owsley when wo mo their claims, properly proven. J. went to press. 3t, B. Paxton, M. U. L. C. C. Rememrer nearly nil the goods for I WILL be at the bank each Saturday sale by Rev. T. W. Barker to collect the taxes for the Crab Orch- aro almost new. Everything goes to goes on tho highest bidder. Hero is a good ard Graded School. Penalty Oct. 1. George W. Bronaugh. chance for a bargain. msi Lost on Court Day, Sept. 13th, one What has becomo of your nominalarge red steer, weighing over 1,000 tion for jailer, Mr. Terry, you told us lbs. Last seen on Hustonville pike. to tell tho people you would get last Notify M. J. Farris, Danville, Ky. Monday? Has the machine give you n looking for about two little sweet chin music to ease your If you arc anti-paiyou had? hours and a half of good wholesome . fun go and see "A Pair of Country Capt. Wm. Herndon must have as Kids" nt Walton's Opera House to many lives as a cat, for he certainly night. is not aware of the fact that he is m iii dead politically, but his republican For Kent. My farm of 250 acres in brethren seem to think so from the actho Walnut Flat nection; 50 acres for tion of the machine that corn, 13 wheat, 70 meadow, balance for ran over him here last week. They pasture. Mrs. Mary E. Logan, Stan- wanted to bury him first, without even ford, Ky. an appropriate ceremony over the m Farm Sold. J. H. Hatchings, of grave of nn old liner, before Judge Boyle, has sold his farm of 155 acres at Saufley put the finishing touches on Hedgeville to J. M. Spoonamore, of him. It is said ho has petitions in Lincoln. Consideration, $19,000, or $122 circulation in the four counties to get his name under the republican emblem per acre. since tho machine committee "turned meeting of him down." What our splendid Judge The County the Christian churches of Lincoln coun- Saufley will do for him will be a plenty. ty will be hold with tho church at on Saturday, Oct. 23. Peter e, n ii m well-greasm ii p The L. & N. will run a $1.75 excursion to Cincinnati next Sunday, Oct. 3. Train leaves Stanford at G A. M. NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS We have just received n new lino of the newest nnd prettiest drees trimmings you have ever seen, in eliade, width nnd material. Jet is the enize, it is pretty, practical nnd inexpensive. Our jet trimmings are shown in a very extensivo assortment, in both bright and dull fitiish anil n variety of shapes. Wo also have n new lot of band trimmings in all tho new ehadce, also the rat tail and soutache braids nud buttons to match iu nil si7en and colors. It is almost impossible to picture for you tho licatttics of our stock, we shall have to ask you to come to see them, for no mere description can do them justice. They arc now ready for you, and wo will tako much pleasure in ehowing them, and guarantee prices reasonable. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Fitting Clothes. y Carter, chairman. ... ... rtilnir MF.SDAME8 Are they good democrat who have had the rank and file of their party to r,o,l.v in visit relatives. get down in tho ditch for them and now Mrs. Ueiiecca McCarty returnel to turn their hacks on tho good ones I'lncvlllc yesterday after a protracted who did their duty and did it well in time of need? stay with her sons here. Mrs. L. M. Jones and Miss Dora For Sale. I will sell privately all Hester left Tuwday night for n 10 days medical books, instruments, a tine in Washington City. visit microscope, good buggy and horso and Miss Lynch, of Nw York, visited Have to lot of poultry nd Incubators. Mrs. G. G. l'erry. while en routu placed all accounts in hands of P. M. Kichmond to visit friends. a. A. SiiahI" hns rented tho resl- - Mcltoberts for collection. Mrs. L. B. .i..... nn nppunied bv W. M. Duncan Cook, Admx. or,.! fumllv and will move to it. FOR Sale, Having decided to quit r.rn. A. LOVELU who has been with the merchandise, livery and hotel busifamily, re his fathtr. J. M. IJvell. and ness nt this place, I will sell privately a turn! to Normal. Ky . Wednesday good hotel, store-roonnd stock of was theguest Mian MAiir.ARET Lewis merchandise und livery stable All in r u- -. w 11 luteins while on her good condition. Will make purchaser u , frnm Crab Orchard to Kichmond. bargain. For information, npply to G. Mr. E. W. Smith and son, Ned T Ashlock. McKinnoy, Ky. Smith, of Norfolk. Va., aro spending a "A Pair of Country Kids" with n few daya with relatives In tnia couniy. s company of nrtists will mako Mrs. J. B. Smith, of Morrow, Ga , Miss Gertrude Gooch. is things lively at Walton's Opera' House formerly and to all lovers of real fun this will be slowly recovering from n caso of an engagement well not to overlook. fover. Mrs. A. C. Connett andson. George In addition to the play thcro will bo 10 Edward, aro sojourning in Cincinnati specialties and musical numbers. The engagement is for one night only. with her mother in tho beautiful Mt. Adams. Miss Ella May Saunders had her atJUDOB M. C. SAUFLFY has been Fall and Winter millinery opening yes tending Circuit Court hero this week. terday and many ladies called during was Mr. George Penny, of Stunford. his tho day and admired tho beautiful dig In this city yesterday tho guest of play of hats. Miss Saunders Is assisted brother. Dr. W. B. Pcnny.-AdvoTaylor, one of the most democratic nomlnco by Mrs. Carrio MR. J. 0. Bogie, Garrard, paid skilled and artistic trimmers in the for Beprescntatlvo of State. Miss Frances Cooper was salesthis office a pleasant call Wednesday. lady. will continue to He says old Garrard .in remain in the democratic column. Mr. $50,000 farm. -- Messrs. T. C, Robert of Mr.T. D. Best, and Dave Rankin have bought of Per Bogle la a of the West End. farm in tho kins Ingram his Marcellus section of Garrard county for LOCALS. This is one of tho largest land $50,000. sales made in Garrard for somo time. Underwear at Severance & Son's. The farm is a splendid one and the This Is certainly ideal Fall weather purchasers are delighted with their now. new purchase Tho Ranklns aro fast Young cockerels for sale at $1. Mrs. becoming largo land owners in "Lincoln nnd Garrard counties. I. . B. Cook, Stanford, Ky. t... .., nvir 1. G. Waunkk and to Incaster Mollle Wed- - You can buy Clothes iu lots of places aud at lots of pric.es. But after all, there's something to being safe in style aud fit and tailoring. ALL claims agninst the estate of Mrs. James Bunch, 20, and Miss Cinda is OUK strong point. For clothes-safetNo me telliug you that the Lucy Cash presented to mo properly Bunch, 20, were married at Highland proven and verified at the First NationWednesday. al Bank, Stnnford, Ky., will be paid. Caplinger-Barke- r. On last TuesII. C. Baughman, Ex'or. day morning at the residence of Mr. For Sale or Tradk. One 16 horse W. M. Hagen, nt Augusta, Ky., Rev. power Nichols & Shepherd traction en- T. W. Barker, of this place, and Mrs. gine and two mounted saw mills, log Linnie Caplinger, of Louisville, were Are in, because you expect it: And besides, you look fornew things always wagons, etc All in good condition. joined in wedlock's holy bonds by Rev. in our shop: But when you buy your clothes from us, you aro safe and sure Call on or address 0. W. Potts, Rich- B. F. Chatham, of Mavsville, an intimate friend of the groom. Mrs. Bark that you're not getting ill made, work. Handsome winter suits mond, Ky. er was visiting in Augusta at the time $10 aud up. Bought A Store. Mr. W. M. Dun- of her marriage to the man of her can, who clerks for Sam Robinson, has choice. It is said she is a lady of many bought of J. L. Jarvis, on the Somer accomplishments, while the groom is set pike, his store, rcsidenco nnd 10 one of the leading Methodist divines in acres of ground and will tako charge the State and has made many friends Nov. 1st. Price private. during his ministry here. Their many Charged With Rape Charles Sclv friends wish them all the happiness and world can bring to them. Ky. mitz, son of Hugo Schmitz, of the Ot jny that this tenheim section, was arrested by Sheriff Hill, charged with committing rape upon Mary Heflligcr Monday Lynn, who vn romlcttd ot Tho girl is only 12 and the boy 15 years Lincoln circuit In iwi, will ante of age. Tho examining trial was waiv tli liowrnur for ujmnlon and all who object III notify Ma orrnor nnu tntt In ed to circuit court. Lewis Lyks. writing tiny objection. MATRIMONIAL. mm New Fall Suits slop-shop W. E PERKINS, Crab Orchard, NOTICE! I,l The Waynesburg DepositBanK, Inc., WAYNESBURG, KY. first-clas- ld b, Horace Foley has on exhibition at Crab Orchard a leaf of whlto Burlcy tobacco, which measures 24 x 50 inches, For rent tor 1MU with nrUHegi otjw!nn planting JO ticrvt thin Mr. Foley is one of the leading tobacco corn nnd In wlient next Full anil Will rent Hurlng. tobacco W. M.Muhimit, growers of this section, and was per foruurtof crop. Wnyneiburg, Ky. haps the one who first demonstrated tho adaptability of our soil for tho FORJSALEI growth of tho weed. FORJRENTI , Capital, $15,000. Surplus (EL Profits $2500. Resources Over 960,000. Directors: Dr. A. K. Caldwellf U. Curtis, C. O. Gooch H. H. Slnpleton, J. W. Whoeldon, Dr. J. W. Acton, G. W. Leach, Jas A. Hayes, M K. Whceldon, L. G. Gooch. m cato. I will HmlnK ileclileU to locuto The Lincoln County Medical Society tell prlMitely my farm ut elew here. of 40 Highland or leu. Improvement will meet at Stanford Tuesday, Oct. 12, iutih, more on place; gooU barn;gool good; orchJ. II. IlKKIMT, at 10:30 A. Jl. Each member is re ard; well watereU. Wayneiburg, Ky. quested to be present as this is tho last meeting bofore tho State Medical, which gtorv-hoii- m Officers: L G. Gooch, President. M. E. Wheeldon, .Tas. A. Hayes, V. Presidents. Stanley Molntosh, Cashier. Tho otllcers of this bank extend a cordial invitation for your patronage, your account is respectfully solicited whether large or small polite treatment and satisfactory results are assured. Personal Interviews and correspondence solicited. moots Oct. 18. Mrs. Leila Cook de- NOTICE! sires tho members of the society to inspect the library of her lato husband, Dr. L. B. Cook, which is for sale. Country Kids" ss a play for tho masses has proven it popularity for four years and each year's visit jf looked forward to by the lovers of pure fun as an event at which all promises aro fulfilled and they are sure of see ing what they want. Tht Kids are old friends sure of a crowd on each visit and you know of their fun qualities. Tho manager of Walton's Opera House ii pleased to announce tho date for tonight, Friday, Oct. 1. m m "A Pair of son-in-la- 470-acr- timet a wine to a wine glass full thrett pliytlclantday. In It It preicrlbed by tho belt cure ttouiach, (luaranteed to the Htate. n,ur ..ml klilnev troublei. Will be told on the street here next county court day, Oct. 11, by their taletman, Dr. It. J.Cattldy. Tho Fnrmers Drue Co., of I.awrenrchurg,r. him placed EUreKii ionic on mii ui i.. nan-tie- . Crab Orchard, and J. 1). Horton.Htan-fordThU tonlo It to be taken In a half AT WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE fcsftsftlw The Sensational Drama PUBLIC SALE nf iiv tnik. furmlmt lniDlementi. cropt. etc., oil the Dr. llurke pluce, three mlli't Houthot Danville and one mile North of J unction City on Tl'KHDAV, OOT. 6th. 1SKW, IlealnuliiK promptly at Mo clock . m.,y (witudliiner on the groundjl I will ll to the hlifhett and iHttblddvr, the fol- low Inn property. !.' u lirvii tihout I.SOaverage. a low3 eood vfnrll llgt OI about K poundt.iilxmt ii Houthdown tueep alioulbiblgu grade ewen, nliout l.Vl good S choice milk loungTi'nneleeewre, 1 or liogk, 4 mures a i'ow, a few extra nice mtat In foul toa ery to H year old. a of w hlch are cholco luck no teanoii, about W ucret of corn In the Held, ulwut asn balet nice timothy hay tlluua vt win at atraw well ttueked, my unexpired leate on farm Jan. 1, 1V1U, coiuUtlugof about au uciet of Hue urait undulwaytanabundunt water, lupply for anynmouut ottlock; farmliiK ImpUmenti y BtudeUiker, I nearly new fttrtUWer wheat drill,! Hup rlor wheat cutting harrow. 1 xtru good hay drill, frame, new; 1 new "leering blpjlor, tome a lot of plow . barrows, sto.. eta. Will very oholcejaokaud Jeuuet took. n on day IMruit liberal and mad.i know uluuAHlJt of WM. II. kale. pub-Itclil Keu-tuok- i When "A Pair of Country Kids" was Democrats, don't movo out of your precinct. If you do you will loso your written (t was tho Intention of tho author, Harry Sheldon White, to give the vote In Novombisr. play the surroundings of human nature Si'EClAL display of suits and skirts and realism. Those facts alone wcro Wednesday. Lot us make one. to fit looked after with careful detail and has you. Severance Tt Son. much to do with tho success of this play now In its fourth year of OUR enrbonator has come and we uro popular now prepared to make all kinds of fresh continued success. The Kids can't be drinks. Shujrars & Tanner. excelled for fun, originality and novelties, giving you an evening's enjoySALE Saturday at the Methodist par- ment that you will not forget. Tho en tonago will begin promptly at 10 A. u. Friday, Oct. i Look sharp or you will lose a chance gagement is for 1, at Walton's Opera House. lor cheap good. Bargain. 351 acres of good land, of m "A Pair of Country Kids," Tho Season's Siiccem. which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns, now tobacco barn, 30x90, ico house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, tho whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lays well. Will Bell as a whole or cut 200 acres with Improvements, to suit purchaser, which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in tho county. This is a bargain. See L. II. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. V" i iNnPi Tho Homo at Simpson's Comer. Tho Great Wharf Sceuo and Brooklyn Bridge Illuminated hJJJ The Iteccuo from tho Waves. The Old Box Factory Attic. atNibt- - All Special Scenery. Electrical and Mechanical KHccU. Prices 25, BO and 75c. -J' iir ..L Tf ""' wT" ""' T" 'Tf 4 ArUertdinOp ttond-datt Potl-OJfl- The Interior Journal. c cA rnaUrr. L. N. TIME THBLE No.il.Houth.llrMr. N'n.tt. Mouth. U:KI A No.jl, North, 4:A. No. . North, o:7 P, No.r, 10:17 a.m. No.r,I:WP. K. . FARMER'S DBPARTMKHT. For Salk. Field of hay In stack. 2t. Mrs. Mattlo V. Kirby. Stanford a Two fresh Jersey cows for sale. W. C. Shanks, Stanford, Ky. Winter seed oats for sale. Jones M. On a lonely night Alex. Denton ot Fort Edwards, N. Y climbed Dald Mountain to tho homo of a neighbor, Night On Bald Mountain. IMVEYHN AMI CIVIL ENtl- - lwilsnwt I nm rrepnred to do nil kinds of surveying nnd civil engineering promptly. My work will bo gunrnnteed and nir nrfcea are ren. onnble. Write me nt McKlnney or rail m over Ilia tdephunn through th Ilustonvlll m. . JOS. 8. HICE, Agent. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. 1 I- - Office over McRoberta' Drug 8tore in the Owsley Buildinp. FARM FOR SALE m I i The farm of IK) ncres, of good blue grim Innd, lj Ine on mllo North of .McKlnney,on nnd the Htnnford pike. Improvements fruit. fencing good; plenty of water ond Also 12S ncres of Umbered land one mlln Lnslof McKlnney i half under fence, plenty of wMr and good tobacco Innd Hop J.A.(lIVKNH,Agent, grow-ng.cro- iUCHIUliej'. IXJi Fall and Winter Stock. t r Itnf vniir mnitini tnken br n tailor of ex perlence. Then your clothes, whether n low price business suit or the llnest evening clothes, will have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to e your measure, l win niso inse your for extra trousers, fancy ests, top Hummer conts'and oercoats. Hjirlng and samples on band rrmly for your Inspection. H. O. IlUl'LK Y. The Tailor, iur-ur- Htnnford, Ky. CUT FLO WEBS FOB SALE! I can furnish the public with the. best, ns well ns the freshest of cut (lowers, plants of All kinds, bulbs, potted Mowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purKses. In connection with the nlme, I have all prices. klndsof egctnbleson baud at reasonable CHIMHTMAN (illKKN HOUHKH. Kl IICIIIIAHI), l'HOK. Htnuford.Ky. Insurts Tobacco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone 34) Office, W. Insure with me and be fully protected. Two Small Farms for Sale I One containing 21 acres, good rt room dwelling.frood stock barn and outbuildings, nil under good fence nud eery field well watered ; 1 acre In joung orchard, 3 jmrs old; 12 ncres In grass; nil In good state of cmmniion; rnisea ;,siu pound looncco nnu 15 bushels wheat per acre on It last enr. Price. WW. Hecond tract of 4Ji ncres with tenant house, OS foot tobacco bam, well wntertd.JU acres under new fence, fine timber, H ncres well cleared, nnecornanu toixtcco land, rrice. hi. Hit tinted X miles South of Stanford on Homer' set Dike. Tract No. Is on Dike: No. Is 1 mile from pike on county road. Address or see me m ninnioni, ivy, it.u. iir.imi. 1 INSURANCE. R. B. W AtlONY Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, and Accident, Piate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without 'disLife, Live Stock, Health All bacco "Barns, Hemp, Kinds of Farm Insures Tobacco, To- will of Mrs. Until As executor of Stock Dry- Hoods, Notions, Groceries, Illshop deceased, 1the oil the premises III will DoItnrUunre, Tlnwnrv, Ac; nlout lliKtomllle, Ky.,nt nliout the hour ot t ing fnlr liuslness. Llbornl terms. o clock v, M ,ou a. II. IlAIHMH.l'rah Orchard, Ky. Mr. William Herndon, who also ran HATUItllAY, OOT.r llsw, sell nl public auction to th highest bidder a very poor race with Judge Cantrill nouses aim iois in iiuitout ine, m in HEADACHE which for the Court of Appeals, tried to get owned at her death. On d lot mi til" North the Republican committee of his dis- llyhnUng jour ejes properly fitted with Is thu stieel and which Includes thesUe of Main house now kept. The lot e lens, J. K. llllt, Kust Mnln Ht., where the trict to endorse him for circuit judge b) has Irontngeon Main street of against Judgo M. C, Sauflcy, but that Htanlord, Ky .will supply jour needs and feet annd extends back nloul lit aboutnnd feet guarantee satisfaction, ifn nlio carries In stock Kdlson phonogrntihs and the lata t around to llant til ft) strict on which It bus n body seemed to think that the Demorecord which ou can buy for cash, or on froutugeof about lent. The house Is cratic nominee is a gcod enough man monthly Installments. Call and let us talk I stories, contains fi rooms and kitchen. There Its u good wtdl on for the place and declined Mr. Hern-don'- s the matter ocr. BVKHTK1TKU KKKK. I fronts on t he North the lot. the other lot sldnof Main street about SS feet nnd extends Isirk about lulb-e- t loan overtures. Tho Lancaster man alley it ndjolnstheother lotnnd Includes is now engaged in circulating a petiiwn Terms are half cash, tmlanre 12 mouths, tion to put his name on the ballot, but credit on notes, with good security Inuring Interest from day of sale nnd imicured by if he succeeds it will do him no good. I desire to sell privately my stock ot Gro- lleiiou the property, with privilege to the In the first place, Mr. Herndon is not a ceries and Hardware. Iwlng it good busi- purchasers to pay the notes N'fore maturity, lyssesslon given Nov. I Us. and deed ness. Will Intolce about Hi"). Itenson vote getter, and in the second his rep- III health. to be then made. (1KO. I). llOI'PKU, Htnuford.Ky. KDWAUDAU'OltN. Kmr. utation as a lawyey is not of the class of Judge Saufley, who has demonstrat . ed in several terms on the bench and in f divers other ways that he is a jurist of Kir Hoiik' iiinl OitrrlsaerKliitlnit ii ii.l I np, r l!uimiiii:.Uuiintiil the highest order. The fact of the hliuj) umltu UHt business is, we doubt if Judge Herndon J.J lilt! tKX,Htiifm, Ky knows as much law as the Court of Appeals says by its reversals that Judge Parker does. The voters of tho Stanford district arc not likely to turn down lire In position to do nil kinds ot tho eminent jurist for a man whom sucli ns Him k Work, 1'HU'iniMits unit. In (net, vui on ii iiink mi) llmitf Imiu i even his own party doesn't seem to W chii Iioumi dew u to n ( iic ioit n s ou proinptly nnd nunmntr" think capable of filling the office of WOT HIIU IIIIIIVriHI. L.UIIIlllUr, uu. circuit judge. Lexington Gazette. IjU) oir inulrlnlut loiist. n, - Daughman, Moreland, Ky. We have 35 or 40 No. 1 feeding hogs for sale at once. Lutes & Co., Huston vllle, Ky. Lex G. D. Strader, tho inston horseman, died suddenly at Kalamazoo, Mich. For Sale. About 50 tons of good timothy hay in stack; will havo baled as soon as can sell. G. Y. Conn, Lancaster, Ky., It. F. D. No. 1. Cattle MenI- -I havo 200 acres of fine pasturo, 2 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at G. Y. Conn, 7Gc per head per month. Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. horso mules, For Sale. Pair two yearlings and ono colt. Register ed Duroc boar and some young boars ready for service. R. II. Crow, Shelby City, Ky. R. F. 1). No. 2, box 28. James D. HagRin, owner of tho EI mention" estate near Lexington, has signed his crop of 400 acres of Hurley tobacco to the pooling movement, thore by the leaders think, assuring tho suc cess of the pool. W. P. Kincaid bought in Madison and Garrard counties about 100,000 pounds of tobacco at 10 to 13 cents. Ho will receive this tobacco at Paint Lick. Mr. Kincaid is now buying tobacco in this county and pays the beat prices. A red steer, weight about COO pounds with horns and red paint on right hip, got in my bunch as I was leaving Stanford Monday. Owner can get same by paying for this notice and his keep. W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. Uhlan, the famous black trotter, with a record of 2K)2i, made last week in a trial heat, was sold by Charles Sanders, of Salem, Mass., to Frank Jones, of Memphis, Tcnn., for $35,000. Mr. Jones is supposed to be acting as agent of C. K. G. Billings, of Cleveland, O , owner of Lou Dillion. Strayed. Broncho horse, branded on left shoulder, about 14J hands high, 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-toJudson, Garrard county, Ky. well-know- n d tortured by Asthma, bent on curing him with Dr King's New Discovery, that had cured himself of asthma. This wonderful medlclno soon relieved and quickly cured his neighbor. Later It cured his son's wife ot a sovctolung trouble Millions bellove Its tho greatest Throat and Lung euro on earth. Coughs, Colds, Crdup, Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs are surely cured by It. Host for Hay Fover, 'Grip and Whooping Cough. COc and II. TrUI bottlo free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Axcnnnge, WALfKIt MoKtNNKY. 1 FARMS FOR SALE i.inc-oi- n 1 wish to sell privately my fnrm of M ncres uouniy, ny. rour nines ni juiihki, from McKlnner. llns on It good dwelling, good Ixirn, rellnr. spring house, jiml Is In hlglistntnnfcul-tUntlnn- , nno wiiter.rtc AIo time four other umll fiirms fn, anln. All tt.ll Itiittrtit ...I. Trlii. ..II.. fln,v HUnford, Kr It. K. I). No. S. ll.f HllTI.K, "He seems to know a good deal about Moroland, Kontucky, the chicken business." "Yes; it's this way. Ho took homo a hen ono Saturday night for Sunday New Fall Lino Millinery now in. dinner, understand?" Also .New Fiirnittiro comiig in "I do." daily, "And she laid an egg in tho coop. O. H. 1'iiuirr, Mnrclnnil, Ky. See?" G. B. PRUITT. Look ! Look ! Look ! Just received n complcto line of l'nll and Winter Shoes for Men, Women The Road To Suocess nnd Children in Patents, VicN, Gun Metal, Ox Blood nnd Box Calf. More has many obstructions, but nono so desperate as poor health. Success to- -' stales than ever shown here before. I 'rices arc nltvnys tholoweM. day demands health, but Electric HitDenier In nnd MnnufMCturvr of, ters Is tho greatest health builder the Marblo and Crnnlto Monuworld has ever known. It compels ments, perfect action ot stomach, liver, kidCemetery nnd Markers neys, bowels, purifies and enriches the Vnsesand nnd t'osts. ORIrv nnd Murks, jwn rtvttees. Ky. blood, and tones nnd Invigorates the KY. wholo system Vigorous body and You keen brain follow their use. can't a fiord to slight Electric Hitters If weak, or sickly. Only 00c. On DniiTllle,. HiutonJlle plhoof tto ncres Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Storo, In Lincoln county, K..', mlln from Harry Jacobs SAM ROBIJXSON, STANFORD. (INCORPORATED.) run-dow- n Farm for Sale More-Innnerer-fnlllng m 1 "Why do they call this the sweet land of liberty I can understand tho liberty part; but why sweet?" "Well, we have our forest preserves, and also our subway jam." Go With A Rush. The demand for that wonderful Stomach, Liver and KIdnoy euro, Dr. King's New Llfo Pills- - is astounding Penny's Drug Storo peoplo say they never saw the like. Its because they never fall to euro sour Stomach, Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness, Jaundice, Sick Headache, Chills and Malaria. Only 23c. This fnrmls well Improved, good well nnd cistern nnd nbundsneo of stock, wnter rurnlsned from springs. Must of fHrm In grnss. I desire to rll this farm In the next niUnys, together with the stock nnd crop, the stock consisting of 11 highbred Jennets, Jacks, all ages, in lirood mares, t rcglstervdj registered stallion; U ncres of corn; 11 or ?) atarks of hay; farming Implements of vTerydescrlnllon. I will sell the whole out ni or any par tot the stock nnd If I sell the fnrm without the stock, I must sell not Inter than tudiiys sons togltn ine time tu make n snle of my stock. Also Imve 3odd mules from work mules down to colts. You will hate to see this fnrm to anore ctal the locution and the many aril nnlnges of this fnrm. Any person from a dlstunce desiring to see this fnrm can come to More-lanLincoln county. Ky., on the (Jueen A Crescent route, this fnrm tielng only about nine irom suuion. It. II. KINO Moreland, Ky. Stanford Garage & Machine Co., AUTOMOBILES, ' FEED CUTTERS, GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. -:- EXECUTOR'S SALE! AUTOMOBILES FOR -:- - RENT. FOR SALE I (if two houses and lots In liustontlllu K). H. B. NORTH COTT, Iron and Rubber. STOP THAT high-grad- io hou-eau- Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap J l, Stock of Merchandise for Sale. store-room- H. B. J. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. Trim-inliit- Cbc Lincoln County national Hank Of Stanford, Kentucky. BELDEN, Tho McKlnney Wcoltn Mills, McKlnney, Ky. Is no In iirntlon iiixl Is rAdy to sunn thn pulillc in uiiiklng Jinns. Llnsny, lllnnkels, Klnniirls. nrns. Lt Will vltSur work ool or xehnnKe uoods (or It, lllgli-es- t iimrket price lor hihiI. II WltldllT.I'ror. CONCRETING llr.l-pliis- f Capital, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 Small Farm For Sale I ni'liili-liurlioo- ! lr. count. tu r J,L.Beazley&Co A Hurry Up Call. Quick! Mr Druggist Quick! -- Abox of Uucklen's Arnica Salve Here's u quarter For the love of Moses, hurry! Baby's burned hinibolf, terribly John nie cut his foot with the axe Mamie's hC.ilded 1' can't walk from piles Bllllo has bolls and my corns ache. She got It and soon cured all the fami ly Its the greatest healer on eaith. Sold by Penny's Dm Store. Economies are current which Are even practiced by the rich. When they'd recoup From losses into which they're drawn, They very often feast ujwn Terrapin soup. The rich man only deems it sport To take in sail when he is short Of ready cash. He often lives on frugal fare And bids the thirty chef prepare Venison lash. 3. H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON. PRESIDENT J. DIRECTORS B. Owsley, Staufonl; S. II. Shauk, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; V. II. Shanks, Staufonl; T. C. Han- II. Traylor, kill, Lancaster; J. It. Paxtoii, Stanford; Gilberts Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummitis, I'reachersville; Lilliurn Goocli, Gilberts Creek. BRIGHT, CASHIER, - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. Htunfurd, Ky. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNW. M J- PHILLIPS BROS., TY FOB SALE ! lelr to soil prlrntely my (nrm of K aeres. In I lluolll louuti . ein niss trtim Mtmidird nnd two nill fium MnywKl. nil good road , iiiIIh (rum pike, In rihhI close to rluircii, riiinl route nnd V, mile (rom seliool linuse lind nil ery pn ductile. (nrm In grnss. Isilnnce In nil under good fence, (lomfortiihtti home of six rooms, new txirn nnd nil ulher outliulldtiiiis. AhiiiHluia-- i ol fine w nter nnd iiilll-tutloii, (ruito( nllllnds. It P J.T MVlNdHTMN. I No l.Htiintonl.Ky. A tine Hue grnss fnrm for snlc sltuntotl on nud sis miles plku tiMnr l'olnt south ot IjuiCH.tur, contulnliitf :ssi ncrvs, lielRbUirtiooU, Ulu Hrll lovntml In part ot ttivJolin Wiilkfr trnct. xltliu Imnil-om- n new, two-storsernrooiii rrsldviiru tlivri'on, Willi nil lUHiissiirroutbulldliiusnnd good, new Uirn toils', well Mitterrd. six nt-- Kd lfnll Undci takers and Embalm era. Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattings.Rugg. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Lexington Trots THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD STAKES $21,000 FUTURITY 3,000 TENNESSEE 5,000 TRANSYLVANIA 3,000 CUP STAKE GREAT2:03 PACE $5,000 TROTTING HANDICAP uvwt tnlllng springs nnd tivi'k running tlirougb. Tkhhn ' rnsh In linnd Uilanrv on nnd toi'nrs (roindiiyof ml , tvnrliiK six per Cenl Interest until puhl. rtrsouslooklnufor sucliiilticrpleaMi wrltu U O. W Ai.Kt k HUiiiloi-i- l or ,oo , 3Pi'eVS i OCT. 5 TO 16 m M lf, . :;avooL 53 HIDESFURS - ". ' " - and dnilingHfromoiitlAVis, In lirenklug gntu latches nud tearing down nnd destroying my gales, on th" county road that runs tli rough my (arm, I lint cunoluded toofTer n reward (or Informntlou lending to the conviction of such iersou or ersons. I will thrrelore gUe the sum ol .V) (or Infor. million leading to the nrrvst nud cons Ictlon or nnv party or rtlis, that hae broken the latches nil nil) of my gates.or that have siiweddonuor torn down any of my gates on the county road wbleh runs from thn llustonvllle turnpike In the Mllledgevlllo turnpike, through my (nrin.ind I wfllgltu the snme iiiuuunt lor Information lending to the arre. land com lotion of any pnrty or luirlles who In the future commit nnynttuo nliove olTeusea Witness in) bund this Im hilar of August, lMsi. T J. ll ILL, Hit. Ilntlng sufferid comldernlile iinnoyniice REWARD. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, ordry cough can boqulck-l- y loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Hemedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unxafo or uarh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. The club men foxy are, you knpw. To dodge complaint They have a ladies' day to show How bad they ain't. A tickling $85.000 , PURSES I rtauVrs, Tallow, Bcr.is ax, Cioitno, Goldta Seal, (Ytllow Root), etc. Wr r s sreotaitrs.sndcsndo lull tr lor you llisa (genu or commiuion mcrchsou. Reference, hdv Dsnk in LouunlV. Write foi weekly puce hit sod Jim. pm tags. We luinuh HOul bsgs Irec ..'. Dinwiddie , M. SABEL&80NS, ,J.0UISVIUE. KY. Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped lu 20 minute sure, with Dr. Sboop's Pink Pain Tablets. See full formula on 25u box. Sold by Penny 'u Drug Store. Tuesday, Oct. 5 Tuesday, Oct. 5 Thursday, Oct. 7 Monday, Oct. 11 Friday, Oct. 9 Thuraday, Oct. 14 2M E. Hltsst SI., LUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE! My n lllue lilucgniss (nrm. S', miles Wistot lliislomllle, ono inllu from ulke nnd Unrpviitrr's Htntlon, conslstliiK ot 1S1 uires o( rich. Iiluegrms hemp, or lotmcoo mnu, nil in grnss. mis inriu cun oh euni ly dlt Ided tu ndvuntngv so us to Uavw a good & Co,, Other Sensational Races Daily. Undertaker. Embalmer and Oealer In. Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, - KY. :- L Oat rbone, 187, Home.PLone."8. The taking of testimony for the defense in the suit of the State of Missouri to oust the International Harvester Company for alleged violation of the Missouri unti-trulaws began at St. Louis. Former Judge Theodore Brace conducted the proceedings as special commissioner of the Supreme Court ot the State. .MS Webers Prize Bandof America ILANCHE IEMDT-MEHAFFE- oneuch plec;uUoiilt urrvisiiry outliulld. Iiiks. Tli (nrm Inys nlinosl In h iUnre, iinly oiieiingUln lines. Tliurunro DWELLING HOUSE Hustonville, ky.i Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-d- ate Three Stock Barm,' One Good Tobacco Barn, Two Stables, Seprano-Selal- st IN DAILY. &mjfm0 ONE FARE ON RAILROADS CONCERTS one tenant liousn, good water u every field; six lasting springs, wltb three stnuins run ning turougn wnoie iraci, J. Steale Cstrpentar,KT of goods. IIUIIT0SVII.1.K n 9BL is- sat .