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Tho stockholder of tho Wayncsburjr, Woodstock and Hanifonl Telephone Companies have organised themiclvca Granvlllo Owens, Into an association. of this place, has been elected president and Prof. M. E. Wheeldon, of Eubanks, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER NEWS NOTES. 8, 1000. MO. 64. MEDICAL INSPECTION. HUSTONVILLE. V, Hugh B. Phillips, ono of the wealthIn connection with tho honor roll we Howard Camnltz, tho chief pitcher of wish to present to tho patrons In town iest citizen of Owensboro, Is dead. tho Pittsburg plrates,will be home next Nlnety-fiand county a phaso of school work not head of trotting horses Tuesday. heretofore Indulged In by school author- brought $21,375 at auction at Lexing-to- n Rev. W. S. Willis will preach ono of ities in small cities. Medical Inspection tho ccntenial sermons nt Pittsburg, Pa., At Button, Mass., fire destroyed Gov. next week. of schools Is not a fad or fancy but a sensible necessity. Its object is to Draper's residence. The loss will reach Mrs. Joseph McKeown and littlo son, . of Louisville, prevent tho spread of infectious and $200,000. aro with her parents contagious diseases, to avoid and check Edwin Gould was president Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Newborn. epidemics, to promoto and encourago of the St. Louis Southwestern Railway secretary. Rev. W. S. Willis' subject next Sun-da- y morning will bo: "For What Do J. II. McKlnney, of tho Freedom sec- cleanliness and neatness In pupils. It Company. 4 f -t- M -f.f4 -t- 4"ff44H f4 f f f f'f to havo wo as a Peoplo Stand 7" No night serSixty miners ore believe tion, aold his farm of 140 acres to a Mr. seems useless to add further argument for Medical Inspection but wo will give lost their lives in an explosion in a mine vice. Noa for $2,600. Kobt. Hicks sold his Dr. Lillian Bryan Askcnstcdt, of farm of 60 acres lying on Copper creek a brier detailed argument. All pro- on Vancouver Island. Mrs. A. E. Willson suffered an in- Louisville, was the guest of Rev. W. to a Mr. Frank Roberta for $2,000. gressive places are no longer asking Several persons from other counties are can we nlTurd to safeguard our schools jury to both arm by a fall at tho exec- S. Willis nnd wife last.iweek. The In thus promoting tho general wclfaro utive mansion in Frankfort hero looking after farm. doctor is a sister of Mrs. Willis. Eight men wero killed and three wero James Yowell bought 100 barrels of Mrs. Fred Hahn, of Splro, who for n of their children, but aro saying can wo time, it was thought could not live, wo afford not to do it. Modern science fatally injured in a gas explosion in corn this week at $2.30 per barrel delivered. Emmet McCormack sold James are clad to state, is ablo to sit up some. teaches us that buoyant health of youth mine No. 4 at Roslyn, Wash. childEverhard Shad died at Madison, Ind., Yowell Wednesday 20 1,150 pound catA little daughter of Sam Chandler, of must bo diligently conserved from Marctburg, has pneumonia fovcr. Two hood if it is to bo enjoyed in after life. from tho effects of a screw accidentally tle at 4Jc. F. P. Combest, President of tho Comchildren of Wm. Taylor, of near lloo It is probably tho wisest thing to do driven in his stomach a year ago. William Watson, chairman o tho Cu mercial Bank, of .Liberty, has been Lick, aro down with typhoid. Tho lit- just here, to announce that the inspec tle daughter W. II. Sowder, who has tion which wo proposo tp do will not nard Steamship Company, died at Lon seriously ill for two weeks but is cost one cent and for this reason wo don. Mr. Watson was born in 1813. thought by Dr. Alcorn to soon be on been very sick is better. objecThe Henderson Chair Company's the road to recovery. Rev. Campbell, principal of the pub- can seo absolutely no room for In Henderson was destroyed by Tho Hattle Bishop property was lic school at Lebanon Junction has been tion. Neither does It mean that you plant pastorate of the Christian must correct the evil at onco or employ fire. Tho loss is estimated at $12,000. bought Saturday by Dr, Barker for called to tho Nine persons were injured, most of $1,400. The property was sold to Jno. church at this place. Rev. Young filled tho school examiners to do the work. tho Methodist church Sun Wo do know, however, that a trouble them seriously, by a lamp standard fall Riffe for $1,300 and an auctioneer could the pulpit at day morning and night. Kcv. A. J. little dreamed of may bo so augmented ing In tho Jefferson Hotel at St. Louis. have gotten $l,C0O for it easily. In a few months that it will become Tired of life, Robert Curtis, of.MMad Miss Bettie Logan sold a lot on West I'iko will preach at the Baptist church For Instance, n pupil neglects Hon. Ind., ato tho heads off of a box of Main St., 50 foot front by 150 feet SnnHdv nieht. Wo aro informed that and leaves matches with the hopo of killing him- deep, to Miss Ellen Powars Saturday Hev. Kin Pike, of Harrison county, will his studies, hates his school for $440. Miss Powars will build a begin a revival at the Methodist church It boforo ho has half completed his self but he failed. course and thus starts on the road to AtAllenton, Pa., Mrs. Lybilla;Mas-sott- , handsome homo on it immediately. here at an early date. Why? Be- aged C6, is suing Peter Steinber-gc- r, Henry Alford stole Miss Julia William Dcllord, of near here, after an inefficient, useless life. Tho Mcadors last week and they went to 77, for breach of promise. long siege of fever, died last Friday causo of the fact that his hearing is ti Tennessee and were married. Will and was buried Saturday. Mrs. Louisa partially Impaired or his vision defective giddy old things. Albert Pulitzer, of New York, com- Moran and Lula Bolin, of Frys Creek, Reynolds, of the Glades, died and was Headaches, eyestrain, lassitude defectshooting himself while were married at Liberty last week. buried In the Providence enmetcry last ive breathing duo to enlarged tonsils, mitted sulcido by conducting tho fun- and such like, retard tho pupils progress In a hotel in Vienna, Austria, Mr. PulGill Cowan and Doc Dryn's Bcalps Sunday, Rev. Todd eral services. Mrs. Reynolds or "Aunt andlie is called stupid when he is not. itzer was suffering from a nervous have not fully recovered yet "with o breakdown. tjinlia." as she was known, was the Unclean mouths are productive of hair" lost In their recent wreck while germs and aid their growth; while Fritz Hoffman, alias Fritz Heiscner, trying to drive over a cow on a dark who was a widow of Jesso Reynolds, inan inmate of tho Indiana Reformatory, night. Ask them for full particulars. pioneer of the Glades section and a cavities in tho teeth aro centers of respected citUon. Logan Scott, fection. Faulty digestion Is caused by died, the result-o- f a brutal attack of Tho George Wright carriage factory highly ' ills to which his cellmate, Noah Burns, who struck here is turning out some very handa school tcacher.aged 25. of the Ottowa neglect of teeth and all some hand made "runabouts" that neighborhood died and was buried Sun- - flesh is heir may be traced directly or him with an iron rod. indirectly to this and they are most cer"Please excuse me for killing my- must be seen to be properly appreciated. il&V Dr. O. O. Stone is visiting relatives tainly Intensified by It Thus mental self in your place of business," wrote He is behind with orders and will In in Tazewell. Tenn. Mrs. L. A. Cass, of clfort Is rendered difficult and the child Carl August Mackay, just before blow- crease his forco in the near future. ing out his brains in a Boston underLouisville, is with her son, J. It. Cass. hampered. Jno Smithand wife, of Paris, Ky., are The work of the physician's examina- taking establishment. Mrs. Sarah Rainey and daughter, Ollie, enjoying a two weeks visit with Mr. At Winchester, Walter Sharp, n and Mrs. Geo. A. Eubanks. Mr. and of Mt. Sterling, arc with relatives here. tion H confined to dermatology und Mr. Robt. T. Hemphill, of Williams prevalence of infectious or contagious prominent citizen, of Bath county, and Mrs. T. C. Carter, of Anderson county, burg, was hero this week. Mrs. Sarah diseases and lung testa. Tho dentist a member of tho Burley Society district are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. EuPigg. son and daughter, of Richmond, will examine tho teeth. Tho optician loard, died suddenly in the parlor of bank, who are Mrs. Carter's parents. Hotel. were here this week. Fred Durham and specialist will deal with ec, ear, tho A nice Coacro farm with good metal A telegram has been received at tho roof cottage and other outbuilding. in and wife, of Etown, are visiting here, nose and throat troubles and will make in the examination of theso organs. A writ State Department that W. II. Shcp- - fine community in the fertile Green .! P. Watson nnd wife visited Quail section Sunday. J. II. Carter, of ten reiMrt of examination will be sent pard, tho American missionary In tho River valley will be sold at about half Gratz. is a student in tho graded school to parent and one kept by board of ed- Congo Freo State, has been acquitted price if sold this month. For full parhere. Egbert Wallen, of the Q. & C. ucation. It is not the function of the of the charge of criminal libel. ticulars write W. It. Williams & Co., son quick. Guy Shaver, the at Oakdale, Tcnn.. was with his family school or the examiners to givo treatMiss Fannie and Mrs. M. F. North first of week. Miss Eila Caison has re ment but to report causes und let pa- of William Shaver, of Owcnsboro, was turned to Princeton. Ky., where sho ii tron know the stalu i of the child. Dr dragged to death by a cow. The boy were visiting relatives in Burgin last going to school. Mrs. J. T. Cherry has W. It. O'Bannon, chairman of board of was taking the cow to pasture when week. Mrs. Jno. A. Ward and chilW.-.BRIGHT, CASHIER, returned from a threo weeks' stay at education, is appointed physician, Dr. tho animal became frightened and ran dren, of Pinoville, who have been visit S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. N. Craig, the optician, eye, ear, away. Olympian Springs. ing her sister, Mrs M. F. North, have J. B. PAXTON. J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. In a fight over tho division of the cs returned home delighted with our Wo often hear It said, when speaking nose and throat specialist, and Dr. T. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER tate of William Flowers, who died at country. of some good man, "ho is tho best man W. Pennington, the dental examiner. HtfYS FOSTER, CLERK. These men have generously agreed to Moultrie, Ga , Will Williams was killed on earth" or "ho is tho best man in the The building fever in our city has beDIREOTORSl country." Wo hardly liko to speak of do their work without money. May we and Wright and William Flowers were come epidemic, doubtless contracted J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Simuka, Stanton; Geo. V. Carter, Stnnh rd of patrons and all fatally wounded by John Hart and his from our flourishing neighbor "Little uny certain person as being tho "best ask the John b. Foster, Stnnlonl; W. 11. Shanks, Htantnnl; T. C. Nanman living but we do know that in and Interested in education In nvery ad- two sons. Brittain," who has it within her power kin, Lancaster; J. H. 1'axton, Stanford; W, II. Traylor, around Ilrodhead thcro aro Botno men vance step and we can well bo proud of To to have a twenty thousand population. the Democrats or Lincoln Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. who aro classed with the best of men. tho fact that wo are abreast of thti County. The court of appeals has de- Six new buildings are now going up H. Cummins, I'reachersville; Lilburn wo study out somo of these times. Sometimes cided that it Una no power to correct and others aro suon to follow. G'hmjIi, Gilberts Creek. Education without health Is useless. men and are willing to admit wo are Riffe & Tucker shipped last week the action of the county committeo in proud of them. They nro men to whom Priceless as is education it is better to dismissing my contest without a trial one car butcher cattle 3J to 3Jc, ono car we must look as being capable of tak- sacriflco education, if in order to obtain and that tho action of tho committee, hogs 61c J. Hoffman shipped one car ing the lead In affairs which pertain to it good health must bo laid down as the however unjust and unfair it may be, cattle. Coulter & McCormack shipped the things which keep nbreaat with tho price. It has been truly said that is final and beyond the jurisdiction of one car hogs and butchcrcattle. Myers times. They are men who are worthy children are not dullards or defective tho courts to remedy. This decision does & Vaughn shipped one car hogs CJ to t bo pointed out and classed with what by tho will of an instructablo Provi not change and in no way touches the 7c, one car 1,400 pound cattle 5c. might bo called tho "belter element." dence but rather by tho law of cause facts in my co.se. But it does necessaBumper crops and good prices are in We have In our mind at this time n man and effect. rily end my contest for tho nomination store for the horny handed sons of Join with us in removing as fur as we have known from childhood and can for the office of sheriff. I have only toil in the old reliable "West End". say that ho merits all that cun bo said possible every cau9e that doth so easily asked for und sought by my contest to Tobucco, the largest acreage and yield of him. It. L. Smith, "Bogo." ns wo hinder and besot tho child in his forma-tlv- o get at the facts, and in trying to do so in tho county's history and all in tho stage. J. W. I It ELAND. all known him, Is about 38 years of age, I havu folioweU the very letter of the barns before frost und 12 to 14c being living near where ho wus born and law nnd our party rules, which wero offered and rofused. The corn yield grow up, near Hlatt'a. Ho is n son of IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. adopted to correct mistakes and deprive was never better und $2.60 to $?. 75 is farmer, Joe Smith, is un delivered. Clinton Bowman, a Ixmdun barber, fraud of its fruits. It seems, however, the current prices per barrel married and has a family, is n brothcr- aro useless for the purposes of Plowing for wheat is progressing slowthey bootlegging. to J. M. Cress, tho hustling fur- - was fined $300 for continued drowth. Miss Viola King, daughter of Mr. and their adoption, and there is no law or ly on account of the mer and stock trader of near Preach psrty rule to correct fraud In our party Tho largo hay crop is being baled and a King, died at her homo lmvUIo. "Iloiro" Is a member of tho Mrs. Wesley elections. As stated in my former card ready market found ut satisfactory Baptist church, a republican and a sub in Madison. Mrs. Fannie Watson, aged 80 years, 1 believe I received a majority of tho prices. scriber to tho Interior Journal. was burned to death at her home, near legal votes and was fairly nominated. Its A Top Notoh Doer Urassfleld, Madison county, by her A recount of the ballots as placed in , "Health ColTeo" U tho cleverest clothes catching fire. Groat deeds compel regard. Tho tho boxes would have demonstrated the Imitation of renl colTeo ovor votmndo. Miss Mary Templeman of near Rich fact, thereforo no recount was allowed. world crowns Its doers. That's why Dr. Shoop created It from puro parch niond was accidentally shot by n rela- I mado the raco upon my own strength. tho American paoplo have crowned Dr. ml L'rnlns. malt. nuU, etc. Flno In tive, who was pranking with a gun that I never attempted to farm out the of- King's Now Discovery tho king of llnvor Is mado In just ono minute, ho didn't know was loaded. Every FIRST-NATION- AL fice. To have fairly won the nomina- Throat and lung remedies. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. germs At Paris Hon. F. L McChesney, aged tion under tho circumstances, with the atom is a health forco. It kills Sample free Penny's Drug Storo. educa- party machinery against me as shown and colds and lagrlppe vanishes. It 80 years, ono of the STANFORD, KENTUCKY. membranes aud the action of tors and newspaper men in tho State, by dismissing my the county committeo heals cough-rackbron-chlcontest without a trial, 'How kin I Improve my emporium?" in died of heart failuro after a short Ill- was indeed a compliment and very coughing stops. Sore, lnllaraed inquired the proprietor of tho general tubes and lungs are cured and ORGANIZED IN 1882. ness. , gratifying to mo. 1 sincerely thank all Btore. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. hemorrhages coaso. Dr. Goo. Moore, my democratic friends who so loyally 'You might start by having them cured mo SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. supported me, and 1 trust that tho tu I nia.!lc Jack. N. C. writes Fate Averted. Frightful , trouuie. pronounced hopoless crates out in front cushioned," suggest turo will glvo mo opportunity to show . HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 would have, been a cripple for k?nSdUnCelislydtcUonfluKi8U0n "I ed one of tho prominent loafers of tho II. Trial hot-- H. b, -- U ors." ltfo, from n torriblo cut on my knoo town. Combines. AbioluteJSafety withlSatisfactory Service. Modern Safety Ouarantced by Penny s Drug S. BAUaiiHAN. cap," writes Frauk DUbury, Kollther, v FREE. FREE. - 1 On Jan. i, 1910, we will give away one DAVENPORT that is worth $100. On every dollar's CASH purchase, we will present you with a FREE TICKET on this handsome dis-eas- Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Brnwn-Proctori- a Capital, $5O,O0O.CO seven-year-ol- d Surplus, Resources, 4O.000.0O 340,000.00 in-la- If you want theiBest Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by E. T. FENCE. ST4VFORO, KY, BANK, best-know- n ol sl ' ,., Breathe Hyomel und euro catarrh Minn., "without Ducklon's Arnica No stgmach dosing, Coinplcto outllt Salve, which soon cured me." Infal-llbl- o including Inhaler fl, Guaranteed by for wounds, cuts and bruises, It) O. L Penny, Druggist. soon cures burns, scalds, old sores, bolls, skin eruptions. World's bes "Madam, could you spare a handout for piles. 25o at Penny's Drug Store. oracoldbtto? 1 wuz wit' do man dat or two, A broken ankle-bon- o discovered do pole." Some loosened slats, yer proofs ?" Where's Are evidence that he is through "De proper thing, mum, Is to provide Joining frats. dj banquet and den ask fer de proofs." i ., The Bed-Ro- ok of Success. Police . j .V1' Storage. Deposit Boxes for Uie of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. Lies In a keen, clour brain, backed by Indomitable will and resistless onergy. Such power comes from tho splendid i,..i.. .i,,t ti,. k'in' Vmw T.lf Piiu Import. Thoy vltalUo every organ build up brain and body. J. A. Harmon, Llzemore, W. Va., writes: "They uro tho best pills I over used." ok Inspector; John J. O'Brien, . UflLSJ: DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. V. Reid, J. II. Baujbman, , S. Hocker, President:, M D. Klmore. J. M. I'etiu's. S. T. Harris, II. C. Baughman, J. V. Cummins, John J.McRoberts. Cashier, no. C. Robinson, S. T, Harris, H.C. Baughman, Asst. Cssb'rJ W. U O'Bannon J. S. Hocker, C. K Talr. WYW. Saunders, Bookkeeper. t; I I ... tonn)u n-- ,i Rtnm Lieut. Hugh RoynoldJlIana Sergeant Hugh Meyers, of New.York, wero in illctod bv .the grand jury of King i county charged wlthl aiding and abet-an- d ting bookraaklng at tho Sheepshead Five Bay and Gravnsend detectives from a private agency wero nlao indicted ot the some time. race-truck- r 7"1 .f " r " o The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. j I Kor Circuit JtidRP, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. Kor Comnionwenlth'a Attorney, t T ' i f ' ' I 1 CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mercer. ForHtnteHenntor, R. L. HUDDLE, of Lincoln county. , or W. H. SHANKS , I'or County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY Kor County Attorney, IleprrM-ntnthc- la Judge William Herndon trjinft to profit by Gov. Bradley's oxperienco In keeping on running for an offlco until ho freta it? Tha present Senator, it will bo remembered, ran for governor yenr after year until his running almost becamo n joke. Ho finally readied tho Coal, however, and was Kentucky's first republican executive Mr. Hern don has mado two races for tho office of circuit judge and is still running. Ho hopes tho third timo will bo tho rhnrm lint Inatnnil 'twill ha thrco times and out. Judge Sauflcy defeated him nearly 1,000 in his last bout with him and tho majority will bo far greater than that this time. If he gets half of his petitioners 'twill surprise us. And poor old Eph Lillard, of Danville, was soaked $3,300 for selling booze. Ho started on tho downward roid when ho violated his oath nnd cast the vote of Hoylo county against Gov. Beckham and for Gov. Bradley. He has mado his bed and few thero aro who will sympathize with him while ho lies on it, though hard and painful it be. physician says that tho of an appendix should bo made a criminal operation under the law, ns so many people dio from it. Tho doc tor might have added that thoso who do not succumb aro often scared to death by the size of the surgeon's bill. A CHURCH MATTERS. wmmmmmmmmHmmmmmmmmmmmrmimmmmtammmmmmmmmmmimtmmm Rev. C. A. Williams is dead at Mays vlllo, 0., at an advanced age. Ho had been an active minister of the Christian church for over a half century. Rev. J. II. Hopper, of I'crryville, was with Rev. W. II. Hopper nt Burn sido from Friday until tho following Sunday. Thoro were five ndditions to tho Presbyterian church while ho was thero. Mr. W. II Hopper leaves this week to continue his study nt tho Loulavlllo Theological Seminary. ' i MIDDLEBURG. Miss Rose Wells, of Gravel Switch, is visiting her cousin Miss Ltllie Wells nt Yosemitc. Miss Lillio Tilford and ' her sister Buclah returned to Eubanks Monday. Jack Wells nnd wife, of, Liberty, spent Sunday with the home- -' folks at Yoscmlto. Charles Sullivan will lecturo hero Friday night Oct. 15 His themo will bo Fads Fashions and Faces. Prof, Sullivan comes highly recommended as n lecturer and wo are assured that his ttlk will be well worth 2oc, the price of admission. The horse driven by Mrs. M. C. Murphy Sunday becamo frightened near Grove, and running away throw Mrs. Murphy out, bruising her considerably. She was picked up nnd carried to Mr. Geo. Dietz's and cared for until tho ar rival of her husband, who brought with him Dr. J. W. Acton. She was badly bruised up, but was able to bo removed to her homo Monday, Tho meeting of tho Baptist church which had been in progress for nearly two weeks closed Sunday night. Tho with tho following persons united i I V.S.BUKCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE M ', J w. ( "j l. Mccarty KorWierilT. For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B.COOPER For Jnller, DINK FARMER For Aiios'or, IOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hcbnolt, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coronet, GEORGE P. BRIGHT ForMnglstrnte Htnnfonl District, . JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Htnnfonl District, I. M. BRUCE Kor MnglstrntelCrnb Orchnnl District, R. H. BRONAUGH Kcr Maglstrnte boston nl 'IV 1 u (J ' ,' I 8 1 , show that the average salary of a Methodist preacher is $180 There is a discussion as to whether a preacher can be honest. We shouldn't think he could be a shining light of honesty on such a salary, especially If he had a wife and family to support. Statistics Good Clotlies. nat-Bess- GZ' $Jr Edcrhcimcr, Sinn & Co. MAKERS Hutonillle District, I.K.HELM.SR For Mnglstrnfo Wnynesburg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Conitnble A ny nesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH In a suburb of Danville, Va , last week two sets of triplets, three pairs of twins and two ordinary babies, a to-tof 14 children, wero born to seven families in tho same neighborhood on the same day. Therd doesn't Beem to be much race suicide in Old Virginia. Tub worse thing about hell, says a learned Chicago professor, is that it will be such a bore. Wo shouldn't JOE MAGEE wonder. I fall we have heard about Is n cnnilUlnte for Police Juilge of Crab Or- cuaru.suujeci to me action oi mc uemu the place is true we suspect that there cratlc party nnd asks your support. will be other disheartening features. have not proven'moro than able to keep say that in case she is his wife because their heads above water? Certainly he has to, and that of other women be god business menjwant the county's cause he likes to. money carefully handled, they want the pikes well cared for, they want bridges POLITICAL. e and county roads'Iooked after, the At Nicholasviile the full vote was well managed, etc., etc. In fine they want a business administratio- n- registered with a marked Democratic just such as the democrats have given increase. Thomas J. O'Brien, United States this and other years. The repuhlican ambassador to Japan, has departed for party is one of promises and their old his poat in Tokio on the steamship MonBong about a reduction of taxation, more money per day for working roads, golia. Tho republican registration at Danand the like, is the veriest tommy rot. They sing that old lullaby about this ville fell off over 100 from two yeare time of year every time a county ticket ago and the democratic gain was large. 13 to be elected. It is not a vote catch- Good. er though and it is strange to us that In the registration at Lexington Tues outnumbered tho they do not try some other stanza. We day, tho democrats Good-byParker, have no fear of the republicans being republicans 1,979. the first to occupy the magnificent new et al. The registcration in Paris shows: court-hous- e and the saying "fools bu"d house and wise men live in them" will Democrats, S93; Republicans, GOO; Indenot hold good in this case. The demo- pendents, 25. The total Democratic 134 over crats will occupyjthe court-housand plurality is 289, an increase of continue to give the people good, clean 1903. Tho verdict of the trial court which and creditable administrations. There is not a better managed county in the found John U. Walsh guilty of misap State than Lincoln and no republican plication of funds of the Chicago Nawill deny the assertion. No leaks, no tional Bank, was tiflirmed by the Unigrafts, no soft snaps exist. Continue ted States Circuit Court of Appeals at tha splendid record by electing the Chicago. At the closing of the registration democratic nominees and you will have poles it was announced that the Demono cause for regret. crats had registered the fullest vote Mrs. Henrietta McGkew, of Tren- ever before known at Richmond and as ton, Neb., insists that there is a limit a result the Democrats of the town to all things, even to the kissing of her held almost a jubilee. husband, John E. McGrew. As a reAt Winchester, although no special sult of exceeding tho limit she has effort was made by either party to get sought the courts for a divorce, alleg- out a full vote a heavy vote was regising that he has kissed and insisted up- tered, the Democrats having a majority on kissing until tho cruelty Btage has for the first time in the history of the been reached. She avers that whilo city. The total vote is 1,070, and the her husband has been spending his time Democratic plurality is 2G. kissing, the weeds have taken the corn John L. Wells was declared the rennd the cockleburrs have grown higher publican nominee for county judge by than tho wheat and hay, and that the Laurel County Republican Comgenerally things have gone to the bad. mittee, after a two days' session taken up by reading of depositions and arguStanley Milward, one of tho of counseL The election returns members of the Stato Board ment showed that Jones had received a maof Control, has tendered his resignation 22, but on a recount of the to Gov. Willson. We wonder if hu fill- jority of ballots by the committee Wells was ed his pantry full of vegetables und shown to havo received a majority of had all of his "laundry done up" from 11. Jones will appeal and the case will tho asylum before he handed in his re- go before tho State Central Committee, signation ? Republicans never overlook anything. The little Candy CoidCu7e Tublets AN Indianapolis brute killed his wife called 1'reveutlcs, will in a few hours because she would not live with him safely check all Colds or LuGrlppo. Sold by Penny's and take his drunken and generally bad Try theinl He then blew his own Drug Stoie treatment. worthless brains out, which act he should have committed first. After being twice married to Frank B. Waste at Cleveland, Ohio, and being An Indianapolis poultry man notes twice divorced from him, Mrs Florence the unusual number of roosters this Waste, at 18, has gone home to her year. Roosters and democrats go to- father, under injunction of Judge A. G. gether. Watch the result of the No- Reynolds not to try a third matrimonial venture. vember election. poor-house e c. A Hoosier girl sued a rich Illinois denwerat give for not supporting the distiller for $50,000 for forcibly kissing sphndid ticket the democrats of Lin her. The case was adjusted outside of coln county have nominated? Is not the courts for $50. It was high kissing thj personnel of it good and have not even at the latter figure. tha democrats all along shown by their Gov. Willson reiterates his promise ovary act their 'ability and willingness to manage the county affairs in an eco- to pardon any man who kills a night nomical, judicious and frugal way ? rider. Watch some scoundrel get even Why tarn the business over to inexper- with the man against whom he thinks ienced men, who belong to a party ho has a grievance. It is tho weak nerves that are cry which pays less than 15 per cent, of tho Harper's Weekly asks, "Why do ing out for help. Then hoip tliera, taxes, and who in their private affairs men wait on women?" Well, wo should What good reason or excuse can any Mrs. Nancy Haii. Aivah Lucas and wife, and Misses Maudo Pike, Etta Lanham, Hannah Wilson, stoiia Jones Tapscott Ruth o i Martha Dye. Eight of the converts wero mil. tized in the river just below the by Rev. Chas. Martin Sunday after- noon In the presence of quite a con- course of people. That the meeting was a success all admit, though thero was not as great in gathering as was expected. Tho membership was considerably stirred, and indications for better work in the futuro are apparent. Rev. Charles Martin assisted the pastor part of the time and endeared him self to the members of the church by his earnest efforts in behalf of the un saved. Rev. J. L. Owens is being high i ly complimented on the very able dis courses he preached during tho meeting. wSi 2SSr J?ii.T.i.S-iIS- : I We are not the only people who sell Good Clothes, but we are people who sell the best Fitting and Best Tailored Clothes. the No matter how fine the fabric, unless your clothes Fit Your Form you are poorly dressed. Our Coats Fit. Slip one on and see. ie terns tne tailoring, the fabric AND THE FIT are perfect, The have We so"kPW PRlCb Suits, but our mam business is done in $15, $20 and $b OUltS. , H. J. McROBERTS Stanford, Ry. FOR SALE I nil n Clothing.I Shoe mntng more. Will I nnd (.cut. Fur f loom.. in the Utt town In Hovle county. A treat oppurtu for th IA I rlElit man. rttock will Inwilut II Kill t (.!ll. 5Tj Addrta. M.J., inre Interior Journal Minn- loru. 0 2SZSgQS2SSSS??SRTm ,... LJ O f. Pm.ni. -- "'v ! i .r ... 11. it. It voiirv 1.. 11, loiemaii 9a MASON'S MEET. Lincoln IrfxlKO No flit K.A . M wllllil.it In .tnted cniiiiiiuulCHtlonun each tint mul thlrU Monday night, of each month, nt 7- o'clock In their hull on main it n ret Htnn ford, K) . .Meiiil.ru ol .later lodge. nr fraternal!) Imlledlo twnre.tut. T W.IVu- - FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TRY OUR Tnlaum Powders, Sjwngw, IJnth I3ruiice, don't drug the stomach or stimulate the Heauor Kidneys. That is wrong. I Vltallre these weaic iniido nerves with iilnRtou, . Dr. Shoop's Rstoratlvo nnd see howfast good health will come to yoir again Test it and seo. Sold by. Penny's Drug Store Now Llvorv O. CARTER, "Human nature is very perverse." "That's right. A man mayle with you in politics and against you on this Few nun are on the Arctic question same side in all the current controver sies." Mi-o-n- Dopot Stroot, Phono 90. Toilet and Hath Soajis AND ESI'KCIALIjY Our Ice Cold Soda Water willi Jersey Cream nnd Kino Fruit Flavor?. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. NOTICE! We linvp tinxluce. mord guaranteed by G L Pen- noultrv liu.lnc.. trout M(er. atahlIn to our K.V) (or recent! purUuioril of (.nrliiml ny to euro indigestion or money back Uh till tuoilooi. from Ki.ti.rtli Relieves distressed ntuiuach, belching pay rath rorull kind. 01 country tiroduco, Lamia Hu )i ana v, Htnnfonl, Ky or gas, Ktc , in live minutes. L.argo box, 50e. a is our Ii m H'Hiicr) -- V.'.'. ?H fflN -- Hi PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. NOTICE! 11 Weak Kidneys. ' BB3BBBBBEBEB Tlio Farmers Drug Co., of Ijiwri'iiceluirg, Weak Kidneys, rjirly point to nk kidney Int. plarcd Kurt ka Tonic on an le nt I.. Banand der., (.'rah Orchard, nnd lJ. I), llorlon, Htnn-lor- Herre. Tho Kldnex. Ilk. thalllran. th. or th. find their weakneu. not In ui tiiWen In IihII ttomach. Till, toulo I. to mine to u wine gin., full thrvu time, n tint. luell. bnt In the n.rrr. that control and rilda It I. (irc.crlK'U ly tho Iwat phyalclun. In and itrenfthen them. I)r bhoop'l toIUttoraure Ii reach thM a medlclna ipedflally pnrared tho htntu. (luarnntcitl to ruru .toniach, rontrolllnr nerrea. To doctor th Kldn.y. alcoe. Iherniicl Iclilnoy trouble. WlllbetoUl on 1( tho .treutK hero nvxt lounty court (lny, Uct, . Ii (utlla. It a watU of Urns, and of mon.7 at wtlU 11, by their talc .until, lr, It.J.Cu.iUly. If yam hack ache, or 1. weak, if the nrtna acaldi. or U dark and itronr . If jou bar. irmctom I Sale of Blue Grass Farm I of Iinaht. or other dlttreulns or danccrou. kid. ner dluaan. try Ir. ehoop'i KettomUrt a month Tablet, or Liquid and s what It ran and will do for you. DrunUt recommend and iU BUY The Improved from Su- Aa executor, of T.J. lioliltmin, we u 111 on WE UN KH A V, OCT. l, IK . nt about i V. M.. In front of the Nntlonul Hank In HiMtomllle, Ky..oirer for .ale- ut jiulillo outcry the farm of nhout 1M norea, H uhout mile, front lliutomllle, in Lincoln I coui.ly, nenr lJiinvlllo turnpike, l'ruipec. over will tire purehn.er.Hiiijlie., Ui .houn live, onthe I w ho now plaOH by J. W. It. roiteolou will Im) kIuii Jan. I, m 10. Term, I will Ik announced on dny of .nlo. Kx'or.. MltH.M. II. IIOHI.NHON A I I Dr. Shoop's perior Grain Drills $h Restorative PENNY'S DRUG J, It. l'AXTOS,! STORE. PUBLIC SALE I will .ell nt tiubllo Uer, 011 ! POSTED. We, who.o nnine. npienr helow, .trlctly forbid huntliiK, fl.liliiK or liny kind of tree pantng on our pluceiiuiid will pro.i-cutv. olntor. to the full extent of the Inw, Ml. SluttlM llewei, llelchennucb Ilroi, A.T. Truvlor Fred llaiiiiiunu. itlxiut Wlncieiol InnU.lyltiK In llockca.tlii N. 11. i'lumiiier. I.llburutloocli, county, Ky., adjoining the Miidlnou county Will Ile.ter, U.c. Nunnelley bordering on the I.. A line on the North und W. Ilnughiniin. J. W. J'eck. J. K. llrucu, mile from Hooiih .tutlou,uifd N. rullroud, David Htevem, J. threo tulle. HoutU of llereii t'olleue. JohitUutueulicli, Win. Hurdler, Till. li mt ll In n good lielglitKjrhood.cloae1 Dun Tray lor, il. I), Kluiore, to tiubllo .chool und church. It vim be Fred llunilorf. (lotliouiick. Mueil Into t hne puree). .about ((lucre. lying 1). M.AnderMili, J, J.TIioinpaon, 011 the Kn.t aide of the I,, A N. rullroud, Mr. und Mr.. J11.. II. End. nljoutswincrea lying 011 the Houthwe.t aldel J, K. 5!or, Mr.. N. J. Morton A.KIlMiaa of the llenti. Mat (fun A Hound Htoueiouu.l Mra.tleu. Ixijuil. ty road, und ubout tio acre, lying on tho J.J.KIIIott. Krunk Uordler, W. It. Huuglirrty, Northeiut aide of mid road. The three par-- 1 Ir.(l,(l. 1'erry, ltv. KutlierJA-o-, cell of I. ml will lx) olfered .epnrately ami H. II, llaughiiiun, II. W.Oiiluea, n whole. Tula luud In unimproved t lieu a A. D. Hoot. except .1111111 Uixhou.e. lliiau line young ' Urluli Albright. growth of white iuk,.ume hickory, poplnri Mr.. Murgitrvt tiooch, Jucoh (Juuder W. ll.Truylor und pine. There la ulxiut lfil to 2ii acre, (Jeo.O.llheua, Hani Koliorta, JnlinJufer. level Intnl. with trla.llng water, mid can M, J. llofiuuiiti, Ihj mudeu lluu much for aheeputid cuttle. Amend ttchuefer, I A. 11. Mntlieiiy K.T. Heailey The .ale will be made ou the ureml.va.uenr Mr.. J. II. Ow.ley, Ihix hou.e,oue tulle front lloone Htallon. I 1.. H.duruer, the ll. I.. Kagnley, M.J.Morgan, TKiiain. line nun caati wiien Ueea la H.T. HurrT., It.U.Wutkliif, made, the rvuiulndt r In two tqual paymenta J.O. Iluudley. Good, It. Il.tlrow, per cent. Intere.t till uild, note, with 1th 0 O. K. McUlure, Mra. Nannie II. good .urety und leln retained oil the Und. Anton lUiueckur, AnderaonUurr, Title good. Fred VouUrueulgun W. M. lilahoti, Kor further Information call on or write Mra. Kill Ador T. U llaughman, V. 1'. 1'rewltt, llereu. Ky. Harrlwn Duger, Mra. lUibevca It. Uurpvuter Nlo (llutx. who live, near tha lorm. will .how nnvonu lt J. K. Mo.er. overttwhowl.be. to look at .ante before II. rwvler.. JobnM, IV. tbedoy of aula. Hale to begin mil a.m. Tout Kerrlll, Ohrl.tUn, Jaoob, A. W. T1TUB. Bereu, Ky, W.W.l-tuunKretl l'ayk. W, 1. 1'rewltt, Auet., Bertu. ky. HATUUDAV.OOT.a, 1WU, UI-- 1 J 11 .ale to the lilclie.t bid- - H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. RURALITELEFHONES. Muko your home its modern for your funiily ns a city MH. FARMER: reeideneo, mid plnco yourfclt'iu u iioeition to gut tho Intent market quotation ut tiny time. This can bo nccomplielied by means of out tclepUono torvice, which you and your neighborg can get for a sum that U email comparctl with tho boucfiU received. Cull or address our nearest oflico or write direct to heudqiiartera, Nitslivillo, Teun., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Linu" rato. If you nro not ut present enjoying telephono ncrvice, wo can immediately interest you. Our liuca cover tho States of Kentucky, TemieiMcc, lyliississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern iwrtion of Indiana ami EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. Illinois. (tOUrOUATKU) 1n.l. k 4s wewt . .i-- i ii - .,, nijirt .. it.. H;tS.liiM.'n tjttimot 1 i-- u, .w tlJ Mmyaaa mm That Fall Suit ! , ";s Do tlicfiu crisp Autumn dnys nuikc you wish for u comfortnlilc fooling suit in a rich wnrtn shade? The stylo of coat nml skirt nro Hcnsihlo and elogant looking. Dont buy u suit that is skimpod in order to l for a few dollars lusri. liny n suit with a coat the right length and the skirt the proper fullness We are showing some pretty models in Green, Nnvy, Cntoba, Taupe, Hi'sin and JMack. The workmanship is all anybody could desire. Our stock is complete with raw goods in every department. st-l- SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. L. II. Cook, & SON, for ladies . STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes YoUMl cockerels fur snlo ot $1. Stunford, Ky. Mrs. & Swell shoes Son's. I at Severance Btankoiid, Kv., - 0(T. 10-cr- For . oils of all kind, 100O Hays nt tha Stanford. (Jurage. sc W. W. have ono room for rent in property. Mrs. Cathcrino McClary. ALL of tho diphtheria cases nro get-- . ting along nicely and those who nro ' down with it will soon bo up and out Craig again. I T. W. Humble W. O. Mtrti ..'IV J MR. V caused by tho infirmities of age, Mrs. Louisa Reynolds, aged 81, the widow of the late Jesse Reynolds, passed peaceHmliiK decided to locate elieu here. 1 will tell urbntoly my furm at UliitiUna of 40 fully over tho silent river Saturday ncron, morn or leu. Itiirou'iiivut good; evening to dwell with tho angels above. tore.liou.e on place; Kood burn : cootl orcb-ariwell watered. 5 J. II. IIiuoiit, Lutkcmeier, Frankfort, dealer In dry Lincoln county has the cleverest She leaves ono brother, Rev, Stephen Wiiyuesburg, Ky. goods and carpets. Mayb6 ho can in- man In tho world in the person of Mr. Collvor. who now lives in Texas, ono terest you. He slater, Mrs. Nannie Reynolds, living in James F. Cummins, of tills place. cot- is u natural born mechanic and can fix Missouri, two sons, M. G. and J. M. For Sale. lloautlful tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- anything from a spinning wheel to n Reynold:), or. Dee Lick, and seven Iniure our Toluicco nnd Tobacco Itariu In tbt) U'eit Km! Insurance gan uvenuo. I'rico and terms to suit Hying machine, so when anything In daughters and a number of grand child- your policies written rig lit tunAgency. (In good compamachinery lino gets out of shapo in ren to mourn her taking away. Al- ny by tho purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. W. J. V Huttonvllle, Ky. Tho Collco with tho Strength, Flavor und Aronm. or around Stunford Mr. Cummins is though advanced in years, her mind There will be a box supper at tho sent for. Ho never fails to respond was perfectly clear to tho very last. wo will givo new Methodist church at Neals Creek and does it with apparent pleasure. She often expressed her readiness to night, Oct. D. Proceeds will He Is just as certain to put things in meet her Maker. Realizing just a, short Saturday Five Founds Coileo at 3fw nil One uttiry cottage of go to help pay for song books. running order us he la to try, and he while before slio died that the end was neovMHry outbuildings.eight roonu nnd ono 1 Nickel Dip CofleaPot ut 81.50 Lot contain lot which U roomy you feeling all the while as if drawing nigh, alio called her children ucrv.dlvldid Into cum corn oncrib, In Baying in our last issuo keep. etc. Hood Wk orred luirii, buggy liou.e, doing him u favor In letting garden ijI, Tbls U n dclrabl place, locatthat Frank Atkins nnd Choaterfleld you are you out. This oflico has an aroundto her bedsldo telling each of ed on coruvrot Whitley und Miller tlreWs. follow in the steps of Jesus him help them Lackey wero elected trustees of tho A. II. IIOLTZOLAW. Stunford, Ky. For thirty days yon tavo "infernal machine" in tho part of a und bo prepared to meet her In tho Colored High School. They were electgasoline engine, which sometimes just world to como. Shu was a devout memI ed as public school trustees, wont run. We give a gentle hint to ber of the Christian church, having giv. Huntington Produce the Scott. Logan Scott, aged about 35, Mr. Cummins, who stops whatever ho en her heart to God, when quite young. A All creditorsofof Huntington, w. vu., aro feed died In tho Quail section of typhoid is doing, comes to our reacuo and soon Monday at 11 o'clock Rev. Todd preach- - hon.liv i'o.. nnlltled to urvwlit tlielr claims conoern, fver. He was a splendid citiien of tho wheels aro running smoothly, ed the funeral sermon at Providence jigaluit mild luw, to the properly pron an, undersigned naslgn-pro Ided by llockcastle and had many friends in Thero is only one "Jim" Cummins and church, after which all that was mortal nt their omce u Uumnidt), Kyn within au days irpui ineaaia ucrcoi. Lincoln. A wife and three children wo are monstrous glad that Stanford of the dear ono waa laid to rest In ( tat Providence cemetery. are left to mourn his loss. haa him. Dated at JJurntlde, Ky., Heul. so, iikm. Don't forget the sslo of land nnd clfjnr we stock of W. P. Robinson next Tuesday SfECtAt. Joan o( Are will sell on Saturdays nml Sundaya only on Lancaster pike. G cents straight. Penny's Drug Store. Rdhhmdrr tho ulu of Hrlght Forrill at N'unnelley's stock pens), near depot, PERSONALS. county court day.v Miih. Suian H.umiH continues ill. I DO all kinds of drcMmaklng nnd Miih. SU8AN II. Ykaohii is improving. Mns. II. 0. Joniw continues qulto III. can bo found nt the residence of J. F. MIH6 Jhnnik IVlTIJW has typhoid Cummins on East Main Street. Givo me a trial. MIm Mary Zellcr. fever. Mil. J. It. lAIinia. of Danville, miih Al.Lclntm-- i iigainst tho estate of Mrs hcru thin week. Lucy Cosh presented to mo properly is with friend Miss Minnib Woods proven and verified at the First Nation- nt Lexington. nl Hank, Stanford, Ky., will bo paid. Horn, to thu wife of John II. Meier, II. C. Haughman, Kx'or. nt Danvlllo a son. ItEV. W. II. Hoitek, of Compromised The fiscal court comis with the homefolks. promised with Murphy on his turnpike Mrs. Hkttik McKinney went to claim. Tho judgment was for i'J.WX) Louisville WcJnesday. and tho fiscnl court allowed him in the Mits. J. T. LiviNOSTON is with Mrs settlement $1,000, less hnlf of the cost. Jennie Wolf nt Danville. For Sale or Trade. One 16 horse Mil. and Mns. J. C. UaILKV, of Crab power Nichols & Shepherd traction enOrchard, were down yesterday. John Owslky Kntt hns iono to gine nnd two mounted saw mills, log wagons, etc All in goad condition. Martinsville, Ind., for rheumatism. ), I.. IIRAMI.KTT, of Carlisle, spent Call on or address O. W. Potts, W. Ky. n few dnja with Senator It. I.. Hubblo. Mil and Mrs. Will Skvhrantk Van I'hlt Nominated. -- The Repubspent several ilay down In Shelby coun- - lican Hoyln county committee met ty. Saturday afternoon and nominated J. S HoCKEU attended tho Stnto Cnpt S. I). Van to make the raco Hankers' convention in toulsvillo this against Hon. W. F. l'ittmnn for the week. Legislature W. M. IlRiailT was in Louisville Wednesday nnd yesterday at the Hank For Sale. Having decided to quit tho merchandise, livery and hotel busiera' Convention. J. W. ACKY is now n knight of tho ness nt this place, I will sell privately n and stock of crip. Ho is traveling for n Cincinnati good hotel, store-roomerchandise and livery stable. All in soft drink house. Mr. (5. H. SAUKLr.r, of Stanford, was good condition. Will make purchaser n in this city Saturday on legal business. bargain. For information, apply to G. T. Ashlock, McKinney, Kv. Frankfort News. Miss Katiieuine Hiionaugii, of LexWilson Reelected. Mr. Josh Wilington, cjivtit several dns with Mrs. son, of tho East End, who keeps the James F. Holdnm. was county to Mrs. Ernest Warren, who has been serve another four years by the fiscal with her parents hero, returned to Mid court at its meeting here Wednesday. dicsboro yesterday. daughter, We congratulate tho court on its splen Mrs. William Goome and did selection J. T. Chadwick nnd W Mis's Dollio (toode, of Mltchelsburg, A. Carson were also applicants. are with Mrs. Ii. I). Carter. Mrs. J. II. Nf.vius and baby, of THE following directors attended a Lebanon Junction, who have bscn with meeting of the Cumberland Valley Mrs. Mattia Nevius, went up to II rod Land Co , her Tuesday nnd Wednesheat yesterday. day: James W. Fox, J A. Croft, John Mr. Eugene Wilson, of Itichmoml, M. Williams, J. W. Huyden. Horace passed through Snnday to Crab Orch Fox, J. S. Hocker nnd J. W. Alcorn. fu ard, to attend his It was it regular meeting of tho comneral, Mrs. Reynolds, of Boo Lick. pany and only routine business was Mr. "Hock" WEATiUwonn.of Hus transacted. The old board of directors tonville, and Judgo linker, of Hunts wero vllle, Tenn , have beun guests of Mr, Osorgo I) Wcathcrford. Advocate. Dohs Republican Candidate Roll for sheritr prefer driving n splendid pair LOCALS. of horses to riding in the Republican Steam Roller Machine, which is always Old papers for sale. This office. greased and in running order 7 He School shoos nt Severance & Son'gi was nominated by tho latter and now rides in tho former. He is playing nil Underwear at Severance & Son's. ends against the middle, having adopt Casey county habits in Quarterly court was in jesslon this ed his former the way of electioneering. week but little business of importance was transacted. . Thomas II. Swope, Special display of suits nnd skirts who was born in this county in 1827 and Wednesday. Let us make one to fit graduated from Centre College, Danville, in'ISIS, is dead nt Kansas City. you. Severance & Son. Ho left a magnificent estate. Some For Kent. Four room cottage with years ago ho gave to Kansas City 1,400 four acres of ground in good portion of acres of land which was converted into Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. a park and is now worth over $2,000,- Lost, between Hubble nnd Hedge- - OOuT In 190G the city council passed an vllle, a cloak, red with black trimmings. ordlnanco mailing the first Friday in May a holiday to bo known as "Thomas , Ileturn to Mrs. J. A Hobinson nnd get II. Swopo Day" and since It has been reward. so observed. Head the advertisement of W. C. Rich-mom- I'lt poor-hous- Lightning Gasoline Engines, Wilder Strong whirlwind feed cutters and blowers. Lightning crushers and grinders. Line shafting, pulleys and hangMiss Mattie Saciiay's nrt studio will ers, belting, gas engine oil, etc. Stanbo closed Thursday, Friday and Satur- ford Garage Co, day of this week. The Interior Journal hopes that We have just received n new line of tho ti"vjst and prettiest Foster's Range is solid cast Guar- every patron who is Indebted to it cithdress trimmings you have ever seen, in shade, widtli nnd maanteed in every particular. Call nnd er for subscription, advertising or job see it. Goo. I). Hopper. terial. Jet i.' the craze, it is pretty, practical nnd inexpensive. work will come to town Monday, court Our jet trimmings arc shown in n very cxtonsivo assortment, day, prepared to pay his bills. MisforOun carbonntnr has como and wo arc We nli-in both bright and dull finish nnd n variety of shapes. tunes have made it Impossible to attend now prepared to makoall kinds of fresh lmve n new lot of band trimmings in nil the new shades, nlso to collections much for the past month drinks. Shugars & Tanner. tho rat tail nnd potitachc braids nnd buttons to match in all and "dough" is needed. Kindly let this sizes und colors. It is nlmoU impossible to picture for you tho Exrr.RT workman on gasoline engines gentle hint to the wise be sufficient. beauties of our stock, we shall have to nsk you to come to see can be secured by application to the them, for no mere description enn do them justice. They aro Honor Roll of the Stanford Graded Stanford Garage & Machine Co. now ready for you, and we will take niucji pleasure in showing School for first month: Come in nnd let us show you the $100 them, nml guarantee; prices reasonable. Grade 1. James Daughman, Oscar Davenport that wo will give away on Dai ley, Harvey Embry, George Fleeco Jan. 1st, 1910. Cummins & Wcarcn. Farris, Mack Farmer, Joe Grimes, MaThe Messrs. Nunnelley have about rio Powell, Manuel Turpin, Powell completed their large new stock pen, Withers, Lucile Waters, Louise Waters. Grade 2. Sophie Saunders, Mary F. near the depot, nnd arc prepared to sell Cormney, Sam Craig. all kinds of stock. Grade 3. Rachel Hill, Heath Sever-ancA SMALL block of First National John R. McKinney, Annetto Hank stock changed hands a few days Wearen, WilburConnett, Willie Rankin, ' since at $150. Tho I. J. has a buyer Virgil Moore. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. for more at that price. Grade 4. Hobart Arnold, Morris , Druce, Annie V. Craig, Frances Embry, Farmers, liryan's Commoner says Dirdie Ford. Annie R. Powell, Clarence tho corn crops of Kansas, Illinois, Singleton, Clairborne C. Walton. Texas, Nebraska and Iowa are short Grade 5. Nellie Wilson Hill. Grace and that corn will bring nt least $3 per Hurst, Emily Murphy, Lettio W. Mcbarrel. It looks like to us we wont be Kinney, Jean Paxton, Ethel Powell, able to eat any corn bread next year. Isabel Reynolds, Clinton Coleman, Joe Douglas. Capt. James Douglas, ono T. Embry, Jessie Hocker. Grndo G. Hessio Drackett, Frances conof the cleverest and ductors on tho L. & N , dropped dead Drackctt, Eva Rankin, Prescott Drown. on his train between London and Cin- Alva Holtzclaw, Georgia Cabbell, RayFall Write today and get a copy of Our Beautiful New cinnati. He used to run on this divis mond Connett, W. C. White, Elizabeth ion and was liked by the traveling pub- Hunn, Harry Former, Vircie Hester, logue, which shows n handsome assortment of Sam J. Embry, Efiie Ware, Arnold lic for his courteous treatment of all. Hrady, Tillic Goldstein, Josephine MorFine Cattle. -- S. T. Harris sold to ris, Maud Arnold, Jonathan Rankin, Monto Fox, of Danville, for Joseph Selina Routen, Ella Eichenberger, Mary Stern, of New York, 72 Anderson, Elizabeth Stagg, Elizabeth cattle at Cc. They wore shipped Wed- Holtzclaw, Raymond Traylor, Dessie nesday, direct to New York for the Moore, Lewis Proctor. London market and wero as fine a lot Grade 7. Mary Shepherd Cook, Mary of cattle as one could lay their eye to. Moore Raney, Sallie Mills Craig, Anne tells us that he has tho teachers' money and is ready to pay out same. Suit. Singleton EW DEES v E MM m. o HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., e, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Catalogue Free ilO-Pn- best-know- n Cata- - Carpets, 1,450-poun- Rugs, Curtains, grand-mother'- s IlROWN. Mrs. Elizabeth Drown, wife of Mr. Valentino S. Drown, Sr., of the Dee Lick section, nged CC, died a few days ngo of a complication of troubles. Mrs. Drown was a member of the Christian church nnd was a most excellent woman. Her remains were consigned to mother earth at Dcthel burying ground. A husband and five children aro left to mourn tho loss of a good wife and devoted mother. Davis McRoberts, Mayme Singleton, James Owsley. Grade 8. Linoleums. considered, wo Swoi-E.-Col- Program of the Teachers' Associa tion to he held nt the Graded school on Saturday, Oct. 10, nt Hustonvillo, Ky.: Devotional service. Rev. Willis; Welcome address, Chus Wheeler; Response, Supt. Singleton; How to teach children to speak correctly, Mrs. E L Grubbs, Miss Lois Hubble; Nature study in connection with Language, Miss Cora Singleton, Miss Cochran; Tho value of mental arithmetic, Mrs. Joe Williams, Miss Suo Purdom; How shall wo develop patriotism in our schools? R. G. Martin, Prof. Robinson; Some difficulties that confront an inexperienced teacher, Miss Edna Gilliland, Miss Dollie Wolford; Reading, Prof. Grubbs, Lansing Lanham. Reynolds. After a lingering illness Elfie Daughman, Josephine Carpenter, Robert Carter, Marion Grimes, James Johnson, Walter Moscr. Freshman Catherine Gentry, Lillian Illustrated in natural colors and half toiler. Quality Mueller. Sophomore John M. Wnters, Eva kivo you money. Hilton, Virginia Mahony, Emma Napier, Willie Moore. Morrison Dright, Annie Lewis Gentry. Established 1876. Junior Joseph Hopper. Senior. Thos. Dright, Walter Singleton. will W. C. LUTKEMEIER, Frankfort, Ky. NOTICE! All kinds of iioplnr nml pi no ot'lllni; drowned tongue nnu urmul ilonrtnff, niuiiUi ami oak. Jiw I'lurlmoii, McKluiivy, Ky. s5 The Way nesburg Deposit Bank, Inc., WAYNESBURG, KY. ti ii 4 NOTICE! Lcmlt I.ynn, who nnt conrlcti'il In tlrn Lincoln circuit In lv.rt, ttiegorttrnor lorn (ikriluu mill nil ject will mitliy tliu governor unci writing nny objection. Luwts of uiur-tie- r will n.k wliu obstiitt- - In II Capital, $15,000. Surplus (EL Profits $2500. Resources Over $60,000. i U: A I.i.nn. Directors: J. Dr V. FOR RENT! Kor rent for lulO It Ii iirlvlleco o kevtlnu iicxes In wlitiit this Full ami pluutliiK eoru ml tobacco next HprliiK. Will rem . M. MUHfllT, for part of Vnynvlurtf, Ky. SO 11 Ml K. Caldwell, It. Curtis, C. O. Goocli. II. II, Slncletou, Wheoldon, Dr. J. W. Acton, G. W Leach, .Ins A. Hayes, WUeoldon, u. u. uooon. i. 3: s Officers: 2 L G. Gooeh, President M. E. Whceldon, Jas. A. Hayes, V. Presidents. Stanley Molntosb, Cashier. The oflleers of this bank oxtend a cordial Invitation for your patronage, your account Is respectfully solicited whether lart'O or small polite treatment and satisfactory results nro assured. Personal Interviews and correspondence solicited. n 7 I 3 9 FOR SALE! i; l; vM4444444'4''4444; For tho next 30 81 75 1 NOTICE! live-roo- l, dnya HOME FOR SALE! 60 i ' Sli 25 SI 25 Creditors' Notice GIVEiTA TRIAL. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. ,iVntjsti ..niL"-- - .- -;. . , ?.miWyw my ihiih' fUtawni '"nr. tr 'yMTPrif' H rfr ft 1 U f I lh i2 hi i9 J; If I Insures Tobacco, bacco Barns, Hemp, Ali Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without (dis-cou- nt. Two fresh Jersey cows for sale. W. C. Shanks, Stanford, Ky. Jtnkrrdin tK Poit'OJlce al Stanford at Winter seed oata for sale, Jones ttond-ela- u mattrr. IlauRhman, Morcland, Ky. feedFor Sale. 30 Rood ers. G. A. Swlncbrond, near Hubble. & Wo have 35 or 40 No. 1 feeding Jiors No.JI.Honth.lliMr.M. . iso.si, rouin, 4iiau a for sale at once. Lutes &Co., Huston-vlllHO A. x. No. l. North. Ky. No. n, North, :J7 P. M. No. 17,10:17 A M. B. U. Fox, of Danville, bought 35 No.JS.IHOr. M. mule colts, rarijrinir In price from $56 to JOS. S. RICE, Agont. $90, at Harrodsburff. B. 0. Fox, of Danville, will bo hero Monday, county court day, to buy 100 mulo colts. Bring yonr colts to town. Estray. Dark sorrel ycarllnc mule, SWgeon left court day. Will pay reward for reKENTUCKY. turn. E. T. Beazley, Stanford, No. 4. TANFOWP, hoRS, ESTRAYED. Three barrow Office over McRobcrta' Drug Store in black spotted, weigh about 250, crap ofT the Owsley Building. left ears. Liberal reward. E. T. 1'cnce. I For Sale. About CO tons of Rood Thefnrmof llOncn-s- . of Rood Mu Rrnss timothy hay in stack; will have baled as of McKlnney.on liind, ing one tnllo North nnd soon as can sell. G. Y. Conn, Lancasth HtniiforU pike. Improvement fencing good; plenty of wntcr nnd fruit. ter, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Alto 125 ncres of tlniliered land olio mile Nunnclley's stock pens will bo ready Knsi ni .mc Kinney : nun ttmier niun, picniyof Tenter nnd good tobacco Innd. H"c prowDK crop, r.n, Agrai, J, A.U1V McKlmioy, Ky, ounty court day, Oct. 11, near depot. All kinds of stock will be handled at thc3e pens and your patronage Is cordially solicited. Have your mensuro token by n tnllor of exCattle MenI I have 200 ncrca of perience. Then your clothes, hethern low price business suit or the finest eTenlna fine pasture, 2J miles from Lancaster clothes, will have thnt Individuality nod nt on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at which plainly lndlcnto they were made to your measure. I wlllnlso take your meas- 75c per head per month. G. Y. Conn, ure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats nnd overcoats. Kail nnd Winter Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. samples on band ready for your Inspection. horse mules, For Sale. Pair II. O. HUl'LE y. The Tnllor, two yearlinRS and ono colt. RegisterStanford, Ky. " ed Duroc boar and some young boars CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! ready for service. R. II. Crow, Shelby I can furnish the public with the best, na City. Ky. R. F. D. No. 2, box 2S. flowers, plants of well as the freshest of cut MULE3 Wanted. Bonner & Ramsey nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths will be in Stanford Monday, October for for funeral purposes. I In connection with the nbove, I hnvo nil 11, 1909, county court day to buy three ktml;of vegetables on hnnd nt reasonable car loads of mules from two to seven prices. OIIIUHTMAN HltKKN HOUHEH, years old. Have your mules here. A. Ed HuiuiAun, I'kok. ritantord, Ky. M. Pence, ArL 2t. A Insures Tobacco and Tobacco withred .steer, weight about COO pounds horna and Ved paint on right hip. Rot in my bunch as I was leaving Stanford Monday. Owner can Ret Nothing But same by paying for this notice and his keep. W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. The Insurance Man. Estray, Low, heavy set black cow, STANFORD, KY. some white under belly, bush of tail, Residence I'hone 24; Office, 93. white about head, warts on teats on Insure with mo nnd be fully front side, Rives 4 or C gallons of milk protected. a diy. Reward. T. L. Board, K. F. D. No, 2, at Sandy Carpenter place. W. II. Lillard's sale held at the Dr. Jim tng decided to nioi e to town, I will on TUESDAY, OCT. 12, labs, B irke farm in Boyle, was well attendsell to the highest bidder my farm, sltunted 1 miles from Htanford.on Ijincnster pike. ed and everything sold well. Corn at dwellIt contains SJ ncres, with 65 per ing, necessary outbuildings and well water- pile in field brought $2.55 to $2 ed. Immediate poosslnn. I will nlso sell barrel; stock ewes $1.G0 to $7; mule Sgood work mules. 1 work horse.l Ciolddust harness horse, t colts JGj to $50; jennets $50 to $150; harness hore, 1 steers. I farm -wagon, 1 buggy, farming implements and everything ofgoodnnew,l Ulso harrow- hinder. :imow r, I wheat drill, riding cultlntors, fered bringing good prices. Advocate harness,;) bushels onions, ninge. A lot of Bargain. 351 acres of good land, of e furniture Hnl my entire lot of household goods. Also n lot or corn. Terms which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roomade known on day of Mile. Sale will bedwelling, two good stock barns, gin nt 10a. m. W. I. KoniMov,Btnnford, Ky. new tobacco barn, 3Cx9C, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lays well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, MAHOINY which acres as fine To- land asincludesis100 the county. bottom This is there in a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal. FARMER'S DBPARTM1NT. MATRIMONIAL. Stock of Merchandise L. N. TIME THBLE 1,050-poun- d e. A. S. PRICE, Dentist, FARM FOR SALE 1 Fall and Winter Stock. WATTERSON'S PAPER -- Thomas Craig, 21, and Miss Lena Kelly, 21, were married here. I desire to sell privately my slock of GroE. L. Long, 23, and Miss Moilic Ter- ceries and Hardware, twins n good tifluo, Iteaion Will ry, 16 were united in marriago at Curt 111 health. Invotce nbout OKO. D. IIOI'PKH, Htanforrt, Kjr. House's. Miss Mary Moss, daughter of W. B. FARMS FOR SALE 1 Moss, of Garrard, and II. C. Bailey, of Pendleton, Va., were married at tho I wish tosell nrlrntelr mjr fnriit ot Kt nrns residence of tho bride's parents, Eld. nt J iimlo, Lincoln Count), Ky. (our mlh-Una on it cool from McKlnm-r- . F. M. Tinder performing tho ceremony. ilwclltnu. Roml twrn, wllnr, sprlnK hous, mif-- itnifr, no, i.nim is in iiikii amitt After coming from Chickasaw, Okla., tltnllnn, Alanlinvn fourothvr ainnll ni cm fnrins to Atlanta to become tho bride of R. P. forsnle. .Ml well Itiiprortnl. Terms Luther, a prominent insurance man of H.P HII'1'I.K, Atlanta, Miss Louise Murphv was Htnnfonl, Ky., It, K. I). No.. stricken by ptomaine poisoning on the eve of her wedding and died in a few hours. Moroland, Kontucky, At Lancaster Miss Bessie Brown, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Brown, was married to Maurico New Fall Lino Millinery now In. Thompson at tho home of the bride's Also ow Furniture coining in alparents., Rev. F. M. Tinder officiating. most daily. Miss Lizzie Broaddus and Robert Long O. I). Pitt'iTT, Morcland, Ky. S.'rvcd as attendants. Mr. Harry D. Frye, son of Mr. A. M. Frye, and Miss Abbio Lutes, daughter of Mr. John Lutes, both of Huston-villwere united in marriago at Lexington last week. Mr. Walter Mc- IVnler In nnd Mnnufncturer of. Kinney and Miss Anna Bello Butner were tho attendants. Mr. and Mrs. MonuFrye were married in the parlors of Marble and the Poocnix Hotel. Mr. Frye is a splendid young man and has many Mnrkrrs nnd I'osls, Cemetery mid Mettevs. Dili co nnd works, friends here, while his bride is a most VnsHsmulKy. lovable and attractive young lady and their many friends wish them much happiness. Hnlnadeclded to go Knst, I will In Ky., on HATt'lll)AY,OOT.P,lliu, sell nt nulillo miction the follow tint Derson- nltyi One good squnrn nlnno, 1 dressers, I biiioi lurilliure, t or o inhi springs, l new rnnie. dlnlni roomctmlrs. seernl rockers.e XcliK'ks, X wnshstnnds, t snees,imrlor mitntlA mirror, I Inrge, linndaomn llruelscnrH't, mnttlmis, etc.; sew lug Indies window similes, nolesnnd ninny other things not meiitlnnd I offer to the highest Mddor. Terms cnsh.ns I expect to lentestMinntter thesnle. Hole will lieglnat o'clock I'.M. MltH. Illl. MOOUK. bust-nrss sntls-factor- for Sale. s. c b. ma itt. Harry Jacobs, Granite ments, e, a MWftr - jj- p- Jmr im ., ,mjA$r ijR? sk M-mr- x wnwiia onrftti , Wonrc how rcailv to thowyoti ono ol tho liest lines of and Children' Clothe ever shown tho jHiiple for tho lowest line of Overcoats nnd t'raviiiicttes from new am! Good values. Come in and let m show you. Am sure you with this line Men's, Youths' Also a $7.60 to 820. will lie plcnml price. PUBLIC SALE! ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. HENRY hnnd-som- 1 e. Stanford Garage & Machine Co., (INCORPORATED.) 1 Jesse larns. Insurance. D. Wearen, PUBLIC SALE ' Hating decided to go straight I Weekly Courier Journal .AND. up, I wll The Interior Journal 110TII ONE YEAR FOR PUBLIC SALEI four-roo- 1 1 1 old-tim- m year and this paper for the price named! gotbible note, m)nble nt the First cent Hunk of Htiuiford, Ix'iirlng abore. Send yonr subscription for the com- - j lni rest from dnte, HnlentlD . I btnatlon to us not tc the Courler-Jnuriinitifiiir u:iiim.i. nnd plnce w III oiler the follow Ing Jnck stock: luck, US hands high nnd n Few people In the United States hare not line vjmr-ol- d I coming lack noted mub-liicheard of the Courier-Journa- l. .Democratic J it', hnuds high by Nnpoleon.out of h Illlly In alt things, fair In all things, cleau In all ! Keene jennet: 1 1 extra yenMIng Jack colt Jennet, anfe In things. It I essentially a family paper. My royally bred foul, I Jennrt. with Jennet colt lit snfe In loul to Jim Kiene, This a special arrangement we are enabled to of-- 1 side nnd or limit stock will I Mild without reer fer the WKEKLV COURIKR-OUKNA- L one j Terms, n credit of It mouths, will be glren, ONLY $1.50. MONDAY, OCT. II, 1B, court dny, at Nunnelley's new stock ranis, oiler for siiIk to the highest bidder the following descrllmt .took: Dim stnlllonby rreiton.dum by Wm. welch; I gelding by Lincoln rViulrreLdnm by Will. Welch. This colt Is broke to drive III ly by nnd ( good one: I Imy l're.tnu.ilnmby ('. K.OIny This IlllyUun-brok- e, but grxs nil the gules nntiiriil, I sorir-old lllly by Kentucky Hiulrrel, t rel illlj by Hill MrOnrty's brown (inmliettit Wilkes stnlllon, out of n mure; 1 thornughbriHl ntnre, II yenrs old by Minstrel, l.tdnm ly liny Iilck, with Lincoln Hqulrrel nily colt by side; 1 lllly colt by Don Vnrrlck,out of iiiiOn Time AUTOMOBILES. FEED CUTTERS, GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. AUTOMOBILES -:- - FOR -:- - RENT. mure 1 black stud colt. AUontsnine tlimt H. B. NORTHCOTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap rt'r Nn-tlu- Iron and Rubber. ii INSURANCE. R. B. Your New Suit. H. B. Htock NORTHCOTT. Stanford. REWARD. (irot-vrlfss lulor-mntlo- FOR SALEI lirr UihkIs, Money Comes In Bunches. To A. A. Chisolra, of Trcadwell, N. Y , now. His reason Is well worth reading: "For a long time I suffered from Indigestion, torpid liver, constipation, norvousness and general do bllity," ho writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no appetite nor ambition, grew weaker every day In spite of all mediThen used Eleetrio cal treatment Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor. Now I can attend to business every day. Its a wonderful medicine." Infallible for stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and nerves. COc at Penny's Drug Storo. - IUxIiiii .liniTxl rtiuslilcrnliM nniioynnrs mill ilnluitiEx from outlnws. In Ut" Intcbi-nnd tluwn nnl my until, on Him county roml tlmt runs to blow nlwut one's self iu print, and stretch the ruth Its to easy tlirouuli my fHrm, I lmv conclucli-- l tootW n r'nnl for Intoriiintloii lomllng to thit the snapping point that tho cold truth.doesn't get a whole lot of hearing in t'omlcllon of such rou or roin. In lllllitTt'firvijlt tliu.umof 'i for tho ordinary newspaper "ad." If ml Inn to tlm nrrv.t nn.l conviction of nuy Mirty or utrtU', Hint lmi broken ( Hiring I'xint ilia nnl Iiiimi The tendency h to yell; which soon grows tiresome. Wc talk in ordinary For lloii.onmlllnniiliiit. liUHHiui i?ksiiittli-lug- .. the Utchcs ohhio of my ftntcs,or Hint gnl. snwi-iloviiior toriiilown nny of my 1'npxr mi tlin county roml Hhicli runs from tho HliO!i)p"llilrl tones. Thus: llUilOlltllle tlirillllkd to till' JllllcoKWtlllil J, J. lUi.lit..N,htulifonl, K tiiriiilki, tlirouuli my iHrm.unil I will kIm Hit siimo iiinouiit fur liilormmioii Ivniling New Suits wo'ro showiug, 81 2. fit), Sli and Sl8.f0, are in chuck full of to tinnml convli-tlnof mi) rty or SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- Imrtlcsnrrrsl In Hie future commit uny of lliu Mini style as an egg is of meat. ulMire orf.iise.. NEERING. Itni'ss my Imnil this lulli ilny of Auiiust, The best ones aro I'ilo of Style make. II' u. i.j. iiii.i .Hit. , Notions, llnrilwiipi, TliiKnre, Ac niout l:,ni. fair liulnr. l,llnil terms. !. II. IIAItltlH,( rah Orchard. Ky. too to "7. J. BELDEN, Trim-nilllK- - That's yourguarautee and oure. J,L,Beazley&Co., UndertaRers and Embalm, en. Also Dealers in Fur niture, Mattings, Ruge. They will exchange Furniture for mil Kind of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. STXPFORD. - KENTUCKY. Lecture fields and purple snows Dot the map. Flows of talk and icy floes Overlap. Gumdrops scattered down the lino Mark Cook's stay, While the empty cans define Peary's way. But Old Glory, peerless flag. Was unfurled At the very topmost crag Of the world. A tickling ordrycoughcan boqulck ly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Kcmedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. A voter who won't vote ought not to be allowed to kick. Who takes the girls home from the suffragette meetings? A century hence will probably see a water parade with a replica of tho in lino. We progress; wo can now lock up tho fiat, go down town, and leave the pianola playing. Some people who are financially able to keep a cook mako a failure of it from tho diplomatic end. Lus-itan- ia W. t E PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Lexington Trots THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD STAKES $21,000 3,000 5,000 3,000 OCT. 5 TO 16 J. C. McClary, $85,000 Other Sensational Races Daily. PURSES Tuesday, Oct. S Tuesday, Oct 5 Thursday, Oct. 7 Monday, FUTURITY TENNESSEE TRANSYLVANIA CUP STAKE rv X&Mnl 777-7- "M&v uuwiij vx r Iw (LJUt prrixinx! totloiill klmUof survcliie iriiiiiitly. My work iinJ inr prlcvs nro Write mu lit Mr Klniioy or cull mn tliw iHlfplioiiu tlirouuli tlif ilustonrlllu Kicli nuio. On Unmllli llustnnrllle pike of Ik) ncres WALrKIUIcKINNKY. Lincoln i ounty, Ky., ',mlle from farmU well liuproml.KoiHl Hell This mid cistern nml nlxinitnare of stink nter sprliiKs, Most furnished from neer-fnllliilot fiirm In Rrnss. I desire to sell this furm III the next at) days, toitetber with the stock mid crop, tho stock conslstlUR of 11 IiIrIi-- . We lire In position to do nil klmls of bred )ennet, Jncks. nil Hges, lirKl sucli lis lllock Work, I'liveiiionts mnrei, I registered, I registered stnlllon; 3S nml. In fncl.Kx can mnki) nny tlilnic from r ncres of corn; IS or 3) stucks of liny; furm-- I t Wu cnu ttrw lllit Implements of eiery ileirlitlon. I will house Uoh n to u fence s you roinptly nml 4Uiirnntv si 11 Hie whole until t or nuy imrtol the slock wuift aim niuiriidi. iniiniiiH'-- i uui i(ict s nml If I sell the furm without the slock, I beforu ou buy your iu.it, rlnl nt Irnst. must si II not Inter Hum nidnys sons toiilw me time toniukeii ml" of my slock. Also huek(Hld inulis from work mules tluwn to colts Vou will hne to see this furm to uppre- Ktunfunl, Iv. chile the the miiliy ndnutnRes 01 tins inrni. aiiv iiersun irom n iiismucn deslrliiR to sea this furm enn come to l.liHiiln cnnnt.s, ICy , on FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN- I Ire.ceiit route, this furm Ix'IIIKthe tjneeii X only ubout H mile from stittlon. TY FOR SALE I II. II, KINO Monliind, Ky. A fine blue Rrnss fiinu fot sale sltunteil on I'olnt l.tmell mid six miles nuK'tiUe , lOiitHlimiK so ncres, soutli of ull locnteil In iiootl neigblorliiMKt. U'Iiik part of the John wiilkir tract, wlthn nuw, tuo-to- r seven. room residence. thereon, with iillncce.siiri oulbulhlluusmul new burn Witi. Weil uittcrcil. six Uooil. fnllliiK sprlntis nnd cnek runnliig tlirouuli, Tkhuh ',, rnsli In linml. tnliince one uiid tuoyenrsfromiliiyof snle, teurlni; six wr rent Interest until pitld. l'crsous looklliu for such uliice please write V. I). Wai.kkii, Htnnford, or sen niuIcHllt'iiKliK-i'rlQi- i will U KUiiriinti-ix- l I mil mr Farm for Sale V More-Inln111 CONCRETING llrst-clns- PHILLIPS BROS., .More-lun- nt-n- r IdUK-nsttr- hnml-soiu- u iier Dinwiddie & GREAT 2:03 PACE $5,000 TROTTING HANDICAP Oct 11 Friday, Oct 9 Thursday, Oct 14 ILUE GHASS FARM FOR SALE! My fine Illue lilueurnss furm, 3't miles West of IttistonMlle, one ml lo from iilke nml (hirpeiiter's Hlutlon, lonslstlnif of DO ncres of rich, blutijru.s bemp, or tobnecoy lmid, till In Ifrnss, This furm cull ls eiiuitl-l- Co., divided tuiidviiiitiiiiesons to hnoni;ood Undertaker. Embalmer and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, oass.riione, in. KY- Homejl'uoua (, 'Pains of women, tioad pains, or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Snoop's I'ink Palu Tablets. See full formula on 26o box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. "She thanked him with a look." "I s'pose her gown was tight that she couldn't trust herself to speak. eh?" Webers Prize Band of America BLANCHE BERNDT-MEHAFFE- on ench piece; nlsu nil necessnry The farm luy uliuost III u uiuure, III urn f.nlv linn Tliitra DWELLING HOUSE . outbuild-lug- Hustonville, Ky.t Undertakers and Embalmers. We carup-to-d- ate Three Stock Barm, One Good Tobacco Barn, Two Stables. one tenant house, good wnter In every field Ix lustlug springs, with three streams running through whole tract. ; Soprano-Soloi- st IN DAILY, fetjrtt-t-r. ONE FARE ON RAILROADS CONCERTS - ry an J. Steel Carpenter. of goods. Hl'lTUNYILLIiKr V line i m ipisiiw)ysVSBsSnW8HB(BBiSPni"iS3 frittT ,AwJsWMiiiiiiiisWWiiipgps ik&mitm n'm - fjWir ;WI;i'IVi,-ut- L .gMgMjmL