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N ii INTERIORI JOURNAL J 1r YOL XXXVII 1 STANFORD KY 4 FRIDAY NOVEMBER 5i909 3 1 721r1 Kentuckyalope Southern School Journal Not ions since the writer of thfi are tide was responsible for a brief discus slop on tho theme The Progress of a No tlon an Educated Citizenship To brim rIthe subject more vividly before our minds It pray sugzeated that semothlm be said In regard to our States part in the progres and safety of tho Nation i hence the subject at the head of this p article Threo cauios ml ht well bo given for past record Educationally as well as In I IIcivic torah Idleness ignorancu and are the potent causes of crime In Kentucky No less do they retard tlio progress of our Nation than that of tho state or Individual We shall however jlevote our thought f t to the first two causes Enough has already been said about our states II literacy to awaken righteous indigna den In each of her favored son and we shall only mention it Well hat 4Poor Richard saW Aa idle brain le- the devils werk hep The cure for this is an educated brain that knows what to do with Its idle moments An Ignorant person without a trained mind can not use the memento as they swiftly fly He can aet enjoy the rich and heavyladen moments whkh give prom ise of a golden day for be can not se lect and read g 0d helpful literature or turn hie mlad to cultural subjects Will power stresfftbened by right use of meatallty to the greatest force In form ing charaeter and thus we can see is Strengthened by education Consis tency is truly a gem of purest ray serene aad we affirm that consistency Is Rot neither Indeed can it be an attribute of an ignorant or idle person Character is a sine qua non of good tilt zenship and stability of characters bullded on a foundation of definite thought Definite thought requires a trained mind and p trained mind Is as suredly the product of Education As stated above the causes of crime are Illiteracy Idlenein and intemperance I Idleness therefore as we have stated Is a product of illiteracy and wo can now trace most all tho causes of lack of progress to illiteracy Facts are usually dry and statistics arid j but we wish to give a few facts about our State prisoners Not one college graduate or a person with a dailies education Is within tho dark dark walls of our State prison possibly onehalf of tine per cent have a High School education less than one tenth of one per cent have a technical educa tion Thus it can be clearly shown for tho most part that the illiterates make inmates of our prisons Is It strange then that crime has been blotting the fair escutcheon of our State when It is a potent fact that she ranks low in scale of literacy when compared with to her sister states Work of mind secures repose of heart For this reason it Is urged that tho mind be employed and tho t k heart be at peace- t God llisllightFor us in the dark to rise Let us rise Why do I say tho ignorant person transgresses more Hero are my rea IOH First he is ignorant of law In j that ho does not know when it is vlo lated Second he does not appreciate l- i the value of a good name which the Iwisest man of earth has said Is rather to ba chosen than great riches Being ignorant of tho value of a good name humiliation and disgrace of family do not affect him as it would one of higher culture of mind and heart and in the last place he has less at stake for as I the aId darkey said tThem that has must hose We do not mean by this that a prince or an earl u better than the peasant because of position but l because hU education or pride of true worth to greater or It should be so at leastA prince can make a belted Knight A marquis duke an a that Out he pith o sense an pride o worth Are higher rank than u that Then let us pray thatcome It may As come It will for a that That sense and worth oer a tho earth Shall bear the gree an a that Since we see the causes of our States position in the educational world may we look briefly to that which will remedy it She Ie rapidlyrising now because many of her citizens have awakened to the dire need of work Our most active energetic and capable State Superintendent In trying to cen tralize forces and ho is accompanying a great work But he can not revolu tionize the Commonwealth by his own efforts Teachers and friends of education in general must help him and thla they are doing In Psychology and Psychic Culture we read that we i are the colas the metal of our inborn intellectual and moral faculties and 4may we exhort every true Kentuckian to so work these mines that the metal of Kentuckys citizenship may justify s stamp of tho very hIghest value and not be satisfied with the penny stamp Let us say here that the most inter esting commentary on the general cu turo of any community is the Interest taken In education and we are not ashamed of Stanfords interest at this timeWho are to apply thus remedy Wi may say in the first place tho teachers for In them must the foresight of Daniel be realizedUThey that be teachers shall shine as the firmament Indus try not only on the part tlf the teach or but on the part of all good citizens is necessary to the accomplishment of the purpose to raise our ntnndard for as one has said In this lichtnlngfoot ed twentieth ceptury things no longer come to those who wait but to him who hustles while ho waits Lilcnct 8 and Ignorance from choice ere both de structive and disgraceful and It is the business of every loyal son of the Blue Grass State to see that neither exists in oUr borders Idleness and Ignorance are sapping the life blood of many of our districts and this can be remedied by looking up lifting up and lending a handStanding still is dangerous ever Toll is meant for citizens now Let there be when evening cometh Honest sweat upon tho brow And tho Master shall come smiling At the setting of the sun Saying as he pays tho wages Good and faithful ones well dono J W IRELAND Stanford Ky MIDDLEBURG Several of our young people went to the railroad Sunday to see the wreck Several flocks of wild geese have passed overjately headed for a climate more congenial to their nature Their honk honk is quite attractive to ono not accustomed to them Apples are GOc per bushel In this mar ket Most of them aro furnished us by the Rich Hill people and are of tho fin eat quality Those people all havo fine orchards und andrarely have a fruit failureThe affects of election whisky was plainly visible in the town of Yosemite Saturday Young men of very youth ful appearance showed signs of having imbibed and tho sight was quite an ugly one A good rain fell hero last night and wheat sowing which hid been stopped on account of the dry weather can bo resumed Much of that already sown has perished anti the prospect Is altogether puny The boys celebrated Halloween by doing many things more foolish wise but boys have always been bOYl1 aro boys yet and will be boys as long as there are boys and 1 presume there will be boys until the millennium comer A Republican campaign letter from Louisville fell into the hands of a cou ple of Democrat hereabout and caused them to vote tho Democratic ticket straight which they were not Inclined not to do Matters might have been different had they written other Demo crate by mistake This section was well represented at the Powers reception at Liberty Mon day Men women and children went down In wagons in buggies horseback and some on Shanks marc It Is thought thut there were more people In Liberty than was ever known In the history of tho town M G Murphy stopped over with the writer Saturday night en routo to Lib orty to attend the Sunday school union Mrs Jae Godhy vistted her sister Mrs V T Wilson Miss Etta Watkins hai charge of tho telephone exchange and is quite an obliging hello girl Misses Bessie Leo and Esther Murphy attended tho Sunday school union at Liberty Sunday Before this is put In print the result of the election will be known In this county it looks dark for the Democratic ticket but no living man can toll what tho voters are going to do We are hoping for tho best and working with a might to that end Every conceivable means is being used for our defeat but we ire not discouraged and will fight it out till 4 oclock this Tuesday after noon Then if defeated wo will throw up the sponge but never before Health Coffee is tho cleverest Imitation of real coffee over yet made Dr Snoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavor Is made in just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Tho closing ionof tho Lakeato theGulf Deep Waterway convention at New Orleans was marked by enthusias tic expressions of faith in an attain ment of 14 feet through the valley further of support of move ment and additional estimates of bene fit to result from tho movements realization Mlona Is the best prescription for Indigestion or stomach misery over written Relieves distress In 5 minutes cures In a few weeks Guaranteed by Penny Large box 60o I r NEWS NOTES A J Deaton was Instantly killed and William Carroll seriously injured by a boiler explosion at Purcell Lee coon tyVaTwo barns containing large quanti ties of tobacco just at the edge of Richmond were destroyed by fire of unknown origin Tho Court of Appeals overruled Judge Parkers decision unjoining the Lexington City Council from making n con tract with the Lexington Water Corn ponyMrs William Martow and four chil dren were burned to death at Pittsburc when fire caused by the upsetting of an oil lamp by ono of the children burn ed their home Timothy McMahon a brother of James McMahon the confessed slayer of his two sisters and brother in law diedat Kansas City from tho excite ment incident to the crime Acting Gov Cox pardoned former State Treasurer W R Day under in dlctment in Perry and Breathitt coun ties under the charge of obtaining money under false pretenses With President Taft the State fair and a bjg circus as attractions 30000 excursionists were drawn to Jackson Miss Monday The President In his speech paid a tribute to the farmers As a result of a suicide epidemic in the Shelby County Tenn Insane Asy lum one patient is dead another is seriously injur cd and a third was saved by valiant efforts on the part of the asylum authoritie- sIt is stated on good authority that the congregation of the Thirdavenue Baptist church Louisville will Issue a call to the Roy J M Roddy of liar rodsburg who is ono of tho bestknown Baptist ministers of Kentucky- R K McClure Co Frankfort mer chants filed a petition in bankruptcy Eli II Brown was named all receiver The liabilities are estimated at 120000 Tho assets aro listed as tho same but will hardly realize this amount Percy Johnston of LebanonNational Bank Examiner who has been in the service about three years was desig nated a national bank examlne at large because of tho highclass service he has been rendering as an examinerSmallpox cases numbering 24650 in the United States during the fiscal ending July 1 last were reported by the public health service at Washing ton This aggregate for tho year is a decrease of 7600 from tho preceding yearPhysicians performed the Caesarian operation on Mrs May Schneider after she had committed suicide in Philadel phia The child would have been born in a few days and the operation hwBS a success If the little ono continues to thrive it will be ono of the rarest cases onrecordOscar F Cochran formerly book keeper of the American National Bank of Indianapolis and wanted for the al leged embezzlement of funds aggregat ing 7000 was placed under arrest at Fort Slocum N Y where ho was serv log an enlistment in the infantry branch of tho army Joseph F Shipp Sheriff of Chatta nooga Tenn and five of his codefend ants In tho prosecution by tho United States for contempt of the Supreme Court will bo required to appear before the court November 15 to undergo sentence at the hands of tho court Their petition for a rehearing was denied by the court The District Court of Appeals at Washington affirmed the decision of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia which adjudged President Samuel Gompers Secretary Frank Mor rison and Vice President Mitchell of tho American Federation of Labor guilty of contempt In tho Buck range and stove case Chief Justice Shop perd dissented President Gompera says that the case will bo taken tr the United Sthtes Court of Appeals and will be fought to tho last ditch and then beyond that Breathitt county added to her list of crime At Spring Fork precinct Tilden Blanton killed Demosthenes Noblo af ter the latter had shot him In the arm The homo of Mrs Deaton was set on pre in an effort it is said to destroy the ballots They wero saved by Mrs Deaton at the risk of her life The ballots wero taken to the home of Bor ry Turner where they are now under gikrd There was no trouble in Jack son and Crockettsvillo owing to the presence of soldiers A masked mob stole a box of ballots intended for the John B Lewis precinct and threw them into the river It la the weak nerves that are cry ing out for holp Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will some to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store I Every man in this town ought to have for business wear at least two good suits of Clothes one a fancy weave of some sort the other a blue serge or a dark blue pattern weave of some kind or a black suit They should both be oftHart Schaffner Marx make allwool finely tailored perfect fitting The result would be that by having a chance to change oftensay once a week or 10 days both suits would wear much longer keep in better order and youd look better dressed all the time Well help you take care of your clothes keep them pressed for you at a very small expense provide at very trifling cost hangers for them and generally save you money on them Come in and see about i- tSuits 26 to 3500 Overcoats 1650 to 3500 Other WellKnown BrandI From 750 to 2060 I 1 This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Cummins a WearerSTANFORD KENTUCKY I Notlct tf Application for Pardon sfelonyty ut tho ray tflrm of Mid court low will nik the governor for pardon and reatora tlon to object will notify tho governor and state In writing any objection MILLElt 11KOAI1UB VJu fitly F U RShides and Wool Ftthcrt Tallow 8ec wu CIniccg Golden sJYdlow Root May Apple Wild ClnEer etc We ei dealenl rt UU J is I B56Ow Wl ctotatr in LowiYuW tad eta do better lot you dad agents or ccBouaoo mtrcKinU Reference tar BuA to LouimSe Write lag track aea lid tod jPPDII4II M Sabel do fens 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY s H B NORTHCOTTjt A T VX f If I I Will the t Market Prlcexfior fXKindsT 1t i j tV Iron and Rubber r 1 V e 4 j I 1 R4tIT J i V j H Bl NORTHCOTT Stanford J a The Interior Journal Eo C WALTON TUB election of Tuesday is most gratifying to the dernowats and they have f much to be thankful for New York jelectedJudge William J Gaynor dem ocrat to the office of Mayor Louis citytor by a handsome majority Old Virginia may her sacred soil grow better l 0asthe days go by elected a democratic i governor by the usual majority Dem ocrats won county offices in many republican strongholds and the Senate and House are both largely democratic bytk from 350 to GOO and electing coun ty officer save two magistrates It was a good days work and shows what democracy can do when democrats are in fighting trim J THE worst news of the election comes from Fayette county which went re publican electing that chief of turn coats Judge Watts Parker circuit t judge He had filled the office for some 20 years by the grace of democrats and some months ago when confronted with the fact that he could not again Ftgetthe nomination he flew the coop landed under the log cabin Judge Frank Bullock who has made s most excellent county judge for the past 12 years also went down in defeat Tom thef monwealths attorney was endowed by the republicans and had no opposi tion THE Republicans carried Massach usetts in a State election by the nar rowest margin in the history of the 1 Bay State for nearly a quarter of a The entire party ticket was 8reelected but Gov Drapers plurality 8000It Frothingham which was 90000 in 1908 was reduced to 7000 votes i t THE poor showing made Tuesday by i the Lincoln county republicans is proof 4 to us1 that they are troubled with the pestiferous hookworm Some of John Ds 1000000 should be used in 4 trying to rid them of the troublesome things idon is three times and out Capt Hem You should have realized ere this that the people of the 13th judicial district had rather you would not server them as circuit judge Adieu JUDGE M C SAUFLEYS majority in f the district composed of Lincoln Gar rard Boyle and Mercer is 1887 Capt e Herndon should move that it be made 4unanimous THE defeat of Tom L Johnson for mayor of Cleveland was unwelcome news to that gentlemans legion ofad mirers all over the U S PROSPERITY has arrived says the Department of Commerce and Labor We can all set back and enjoy it that is if we can find It SENATOR R L HUDDLES majority over Jason Wesley is between 300 and 400 Not as big as it might be but twill suffice THERE id one thing certain There will be no redistricting during the corn Ins session of the Legislature Election Echos K R Kelly won the marshalship at Junction City over Jake Clem present incumbentChristian county heretofore 1200 re publican elected a democratic county ticket by 400- Danville went democratic Tuesday for the first time in the towns history The majority is 75 1 carried Casey Jason majority over Senator Hubble lWesleys being 497 county gave democratic ma 450 to 700 Judge Saufley carried the county by 600 Jessamine county elected a demo- craticI county ticket and gave Mahin fqr Representative 783 majority Judge D B Redwine was elected circuit judge over Judge Adams republican present incumbent in the j t Breathitt district Garrard county elected a democratic ticket by majorities ranging from 150 JJto200 Bully for the gallant democra cy of that county C1 Dawson Independent candidate for County Attorney in Bell county defeated C W Logan the Republican nominee by over 2000 Francis J Heney the reform Dis trict Attorney of San Francisco was l defeated It was Honey who unearth ed the Iteuf Smith graft I II Thurman for circuit judge and C S Hill for Commonwealths attor I rey in the Lebanon district were reelected Both are democrats IfndepefldenjtRfpublican W T Davis defeated M J Moss straight republi theBellIn Laurel James E Pigg independ bytjailerehipCft from The demoocratacarrled Wayne county Madison county gave democratic ma jorities of 350 to 400 Indianapolis elected Lew Shank republican mayor by 1000 The Republicans elected the entire ticket in Rockcastle but by reduced majoritiesJudge carried Highland b 23 but the rest of the democrats lost it from 20 to 50 E Bertram won for State Senator i the Adairxand Wayne district defeat ing Dr Nell by 80odd votes The House will stand 76 democrats to 24 republicans and four doubtfuls The Senate is democratic 26 to 12 R G Montgomery democrat was elected county attorney of Adair Walk er Bryant for county clerk and T B Cravens for circuit clerk both democrats also got in The Republicans secured a complete victory in Pennsylvania electing their State ticket by a large plurality an putting the reform party to rout f Philadelphia by a majority in excess o 45000Boyle county gave Judge M C Sauf Icy 462 majority Senator Hubble go 246 W F Pitman for Representative defeated S D VanPelt 300 and Jailer Fitzgerald was reelected by a good majorityPulaski elected republican county of ficers with the exception of sheriff J M Roberts democrat won In the town races T R Griffin was elected mayor H G Waddle chfef of police A L Keen police judge W B Mor row city attorney MATRIMONIAL Charles Young aged 20 and Miss Cora Lay 17 were made one Nov 3 Thomas Mason and Miss Sallie Shanks were married at Rowland Wednesday At Parksville Jordan Pendygraft aged 23 and Miss Fannie Lou Robinson 15 were made one Calvin Martin aged 21 and Miss Lot tie Patterson 17 were united heart and hand yesterday Luther Traynor and Miss Frona Mi nor of Junction City were united in marriage at Danville Friday evening at 7 oclock at the home of Mr and Mrs R C White in the East End Miss Nellie Carpenter was married to Mr Wesley Blanken ship of Prcachersville Rev Palmeter performing the ceremony The bride is an orphan and was raised by Mrs N J Horton making her home there un til the death of Mrs Horton She is a very deserving young woman The groom is the third son of Mr and Mrs Sim Blankenship of Preachersville and is a very industrious sober and honest young man They will go to housekeeping immediately near Preach ersville and their many friends wish for them a union of true bliss GIBBsHoPPERAt the pretty home of Mr E C Hopper in Huston ville at high noon Monday his charming daugh ter Miss Camelle Hopper was mar ried to Mr Harry Drake Gibbs of Pittsburg Pa a chemist in the gov ernment service at Manila Philliplne Islands Rev W S Willis the brides pastor performed the ceremony which was a most beautiful and impressive one The ring was used The bride who is one of the most highly accom plished and universally admired young women in this entire section was gowned in a handsome creation of white satin and wore a bridal veil She carried a huge bouquet of brides roses She was an exceeeingly pretty bride and the gentleman who had won her heart and hand must indeed have felt proud other The groom wore the conventional black After the cere mony was over and the congratulations were through with an elegant lunch beautifully served was partaken of by the 50 close friends and relatives presI ent This over Mrs Gibbs a becoming traveling suit and hat and the happy pair were soon off on their long journey to Manila They will stop at a number of important places en route and it will be more than a month before Mr and Mrs Gibbs will occupy their already furnished home in the faroff capital of the Philippines Just before taking their leave Mrs Gibbs threw her bridal bouquet to the friends assembled and it was caught by Miss Edna Kiser of Sailor Park 0 During his brief sojourn in Hustonville Mr Gibbs made a most favorable impres lIon find his mother who accompanied him was extravagantly admired Mrs Gibbs departure from Hustonville is the subject of much regret She will be missed in all circles and especially will her absence be felt by mem bers of the Christian church in which she was a most earnest worker Mr and Mrs Gibba were the recipients of a large number of presents attesting to some extent the high es teem in which they are held fItsGreat deeds compel regard The world crowns its doers why the American crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the king of Everyiheals eoUghrnckei membranes and coughing stops Sore inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Gao Moore Black Jack N C writes It cured me hopelessbytie free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storage x NOTICE Wo ask the patroua and neighbor for our homegrown nursery stock It U carefully selected clenn thrifty and well 1rlcoi are reasonable Ad drew KtngsMountalnLincolnCoKyFOR For 1810 m fnnn of esncre at Grab Orch tallyr furtherlnfonnatlonoailonJYardMrwreOrabOrchard denonl1Ie O SINGLETONn POSTEDI whose appear below strictly forbid hunungnlblng or nnT kind of trey passing on our places and will prosecute vi olator to the lull extent of the law Miss Maths Rowe Kelchenbuch lire Fred Hau man n AT Traylor- ltlburn Qooch N 11 Plummtr Will Hester It O Nunnelley- J W Hauguman JW Peek J II Bruce David Stevens JohnOamenlicb WmOordler Dan Traylor M D Elmore GotllbOlick Fred llandorf JJThompson UMAnderson JFMosur Mr and Mr Jas H Kadi JIortondW hi Daugherty Frank Conner lerryfUrlnh Albrlgnt A 1 Mrs Margaret Uoocb Jacob Garner UeoOftvens WllTraylor JufrrtKT A ILMatheny 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Stanford Ky FOR RENTI For rent for 1010 with privilege of sewing 20 acres In when this Fall and planting rentforI Waynesburg Ky HOME FOR SALE I One story of eight rooms and all necessary outbuilding Lot contains one ncro Into cow lot on which Is roomy barn buggy house corn crib etc mood garden spot Thlla n deilroble place beet ed on corner of Whitley und Miller itreut AH IIOITZOLAW Htanford Ky FOR SALE I Will tell n Clothing Hboo and Gents FurI fishing Store located In the best town In Boyle county A great opportunity for the right man tock will Invoice about 13140 Journalfnonford FOR SALE I decided to locate elsewhere will sell privately my farm at Highland of W acre more or less Improvements good storehouse on places good darn good orch ard well watered 111 HUIOIIT WnyiiesburR Ky Creditors Notice I All creditor of the Huntington ProduceI t Fred HuntliiRton W hereby uotlaed to pramint their elilims against said concern properly proven as withineoAsslgneeesDated NOTICEI The Farmers Co of Lnwreneeburg- has placed Eureka Tonic on sale at 1 Ken den Orab Orchard and J U Norton Btan ford This tonlo U to be taken In M halt wine to a wine glass full three times a day It is prescribed by the best physician In the State to cure atomaeb liver and kidney trouble Will be told on the streets hire next county court day Oct 11 by their salesman Dr It JCassldy MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No flO FtAM will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at 7KM oclock In their hall on main etreeet Stanford Ky Members ot sister lodges are free ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlngton Sec B D CARTER Now Livery Depot Street Phone 96- 8TANFORDKENTUCKY SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of turreylng and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed cud my are rea sonable Write me at McKlnney or call me over the telephone through the Ilastonvlll Exchange WALfER McKINNEY Fruit And Ornamental Trees I Everything for Orchard lAwn anl Oar den Catalogue on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A fine blue grass farm for tale situated on near 1olnt Leavell and six runes south of Lancaster containing 200 acres well located In good neighborhood being with a hand soon residence thereonwlthallnecessnrfoutbulldiagsandnever through TEHMS V4 cash In hand balance on and two yean from day of sale haring ilx percent Interest until paid Perioni looking for place please write or see WOWALKCK Stanford NOTICE k Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by- WJ CAMPBELL Hustonville Ky RheumatismI Intliml No lelPod idhtortod Umba of- Riccrppsslnnoomrluo rrowtbl ftMh t can now surely kin the veins inn pangs e- mads deplorable dilease German ith a Chemlll in the Oty of DirnuUdtI found the last ingredient with which Dr Saoopf ItheumtUo Remedy was made I perfected dependable prescription Without 1 tu11 teeny IUIIoflorml I much dreaded dlsMJe Wastes found in seem to dissolve and pas away under the added f this IedIIreelrasdoe miter when to And then when cusoireo these poisonous wanes freely pas from the system end the causa of Thin It now no I wthodouale1p Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE Wfl t s b 1 OVERCOATS I t++ +++ t These oriel mornings remind us that we need more cldtlie For me FI dium cold weather for n general use COAt nothing is as good as a RAIN or CRAVENETTE COAT warm dry light nnd always neat anti dressy We i fk can show you a fine bunch of them in various colors at 10 Ub 820IIn1 825 The HEAVIER WARMER COATS wo show m some VPRY SWELL colors and styles at 816 and 20 Our LITTLE FELLOWS Coat run in all prices and colors front 81j to I1O We are always glad to have you come in and eee what we have H J McJROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY o L Penny R H Coffey E R Coleman 2zor The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds Soldunder a Guaran F atk I PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky ANYONE t Can mix Coffee but proper blending and roasting requires years of experience Many years of 4 thought and study have made CHASE ifc SANS j w 1theVCT i W H Higgins is the only place in town Iiwhere you can get it 1 W H HIGGINS I Stanford Kentucky I I 1 Ir 1J 4 r IPm Contest s jt J If I 1 J Whether itbe Love War Politics or Niifinces preparation is half of tho battle In your fight to keep warm these chilly days r dont forget tosupply yourself with warm clothing Our store is full of desirable merchandise ready for your inspection See us s t 1 + before you buy Shoes Underwear Cloaks Suits Blankets Ac Dont let another cold snap catch you unprepared c t- y I rt 1 rr j i s r SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYL iThe Interior Journal t8TJ1C KY = Nov 5 1900 SOME great bargains in box paper are being traced out to make room for new at Pumps Drug Store PERSONALS W L McCxrtTY U ill JMas WOODIE JONES Is very sick Miss CLARK GENTRY Is quite sick WINFRKD IORTMAN came up from Louisville to vote MRS W M MATHENY who has been sick to IMproving HARRY EJCHENBERGKR la over from Cincinnati with the homefolks EDITOE HARRY MCCARTY of tho Jes i RIM Journal was here this week MR W C PATRICK of the Maywood t section U visiting relatives fat Terre 1 Haute lad MRS HOMER CARrENTER of Shelby y yine Is with her parents Dr and Mrs J Carpenter 4M68DAMItS W B PENNY and A E Danville were hero with friend yesterday MESDAMES LIZZIE DILUON and Agnes Hcrrln went over to Gilberts Creek yesterday to visit Mrs J E Buck GEORGE G MENBFEB writes from Berkeley Cllf to send his paper to i Eagle Lake Texas where ho has accepted a position M chemist for the Lakeside Sugar Refinery LOCALS 1 OLD papers for sale This office EVERYTHING good to eat at Whites store j EVERYTHING for hunters at Whites I Jstore GENUINE Big Sandy Sorghum at W v II HlgglM BIO line of hats caps and gloves at ti Whites store rota to Mueller l FOR oleo holiday jewelry store FOR thatare beautiful and lasting go to W li Mueller for fresh oysters IF you are looking I 4 and celery go to J D Hortona rcstau rant j FOR RENTTwo or four rooms In ml home on Logan Avenue Mrs Dun Withers I WILL be In my office every day k the week from 9 A M to 330 r M ItJ the future A S Price dentist now costs 12cIT tosendregisters letter Instead of lOc as formerly Thl a revision of postal affairs upward WANTED to buy a good Lincoln coun ty farm of the value of 20000 to W 000 Address Lock Box 2 M Stanford Ky A CALF came to zy place six weeks ago Owner can get It by paying lot this notice and his keep P L Beck Stanford MR W T DAVIS who was elected circuit judge of the Bell district mar- rIed a sister of Mesero W L and J M McCarty of this place TilE good women of Stanford are wondering where they will get stove wood now that the old standby Mr t Dink Farmer has been elected jailer The office of store wood furnisher la vacant Who will 6Ult1 t WE are glad to state that Harry Magee was elected police judge of Ltvfngston Tuesday The town is re- publicanJ but this popular democrat J cleaned up with the tad who opposed him By the way Judge J C Magee M VwaB also elected police judge of Crab Orchard to succeed himself Tuea day Tho Magee are In the swim In Jl the way of judgeships Wo congratu late both 1IN the election for mayor and coun oilmen for tho city of Stanford tho Citizens Ticket defeated the Citizens Reform Ticket by 22 Following are the gentlemen who will have charge of the city affairs attar Jan 1 Moyor Florence present incumbent t men Messrs M D Elmo e Reynolds W K Shugars ET 11AI Jr J A Allen H C Ander Police Judge J N Menefee Jr the gentlemen will P 4 forth I their beat elfrtltowQrd making Stan fore abiggerbettef Mid prettier town f 1 office FOUNDA black voll Call at this I NEW line of clothing and overcoats at Whites store NEXT month is Xmas J se the line of W H Mueller tho jeweler V LOST between Newlands store and my home a pair of nickel framedglaaa- Cs In case Please return o me Miss Sue Woner FOR RENT Rooms nmy home and good stable for rent Stable has three stalls and place for buggy Entrance on street Mrs L B Cook FOR SALE Thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Pekirf Drakes and White Wy andotte Cockerels Mrs James N Cash Turneravllle Phone No 0921 I Ifi the government drawing of Da kota lands Frank Richards of the Mt Salem section drew a valuable farm Young Richards is a son of Philbert Richards w SCHOOL will be resumed at the col lose Monday the building having beer thoroughly cleaned and fumigated Th first second and third grades are taught thereF- ARU FOR SALE 115acre farm of DIx river four miles North of Stanton and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rigney Son Stanford REUBEN BYRD the brakeman who was mashed up in the disastrous freign wreck South of McKinney Sunda morning u doing nicely in a Danvlll hospital and it is believed that he wil get well THE Lincoln County Fair Assoclatlo will sell to the highest bidder on nex Monday county court day at 130 PM their amphitheatre and all buildings fence etc Same will be sold separate IV and then as a whole WATERMELON Mr John H Engle man tho boss watermelon raiser haa our thanks for a largo one that he left at this office This clever old democrat t never rails to remember his friends and stamp under tho rooster AN Immense crowd attended the bur lal of Roscoo C Leach the splendii young man who was killed In the Q I C wreck near McKinney Sunday morn- Ing The funeral took place at the homo of his father Mr Craig Leach Tuesday and the remains were interred In tho Waters burying ground nca r KIngsvllle r QUITE a number of democrats from this place attended the Farmers InstI tute at Kings Mountain Wednesday An organization waa effected by elect ing Mr Sam M Owens president If the Lincoln County Farmers InstitutE and Joe B Williams secretary Dr C M Thompson of Kings Mountain was chosen delegate to the meeting If the State Board at Frankfort in January or February of next year Messrs- S M Owens and S T Harris wen elected alternates Messrs WallaCE W Walter of Kings Mountain and R II Bronaugh of Crab Orchard won made vice presidents of the InstitutE and Mr W M Bright of this place treasurer Speeches were made bi lion Harvey Helm and J S Murphy of this county and Messrs Blandford Blair and Kirk sent out by the State as instructors WE are glad to be able use the stereotyped expression tho election passed oft quietly as It certainly did so Nobody was hurt and there were few if any altercations A big vote was polled and while the majorities here given are not official they are not very far wrong Tho vote will be counted today and the official result will appear in our Tuesdays issue Judge M C Saufleys majority is about 575 Senator R L Hubble 360 W S Burch 265 Judge J P Bailey 500 W L McCar ty 420 Dink Farmer 550 Garland Singleton 325 J D Swope 425 Geo P Bright 400 Messrs Georgo B Cooper for county clerk J C Pepplea for assessor and W H Shanks for Representative had no opposition In tho magisterial races James Mc Kechnie had no opposition m tho Stan ford district and J K Helm had things his own way in tho West End In the East End K D Noaks republican do feated R H Bronaugh democrat by 45 and In the Waynesburg district J A Singleton republican won over J M Camden democrat by six or light I CHRYSANTHEMUMS at 50c per dozen with vines Ed Hubbard Stanford J IN one week the Hustonville Produce Co L A Furisa manager bought and shipped 4830 dozen eggs A IF you would carry tho county by a large and handsome majority keep W Logan Wood as campaign chairman Advocate Foil SALE Beautiful liveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds TALK with mo before buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York I CIRCUIT COURT is moving along slow ly but no cases worthy of mention have been disposed of Court adjourned Monday until Wednesday on account of the election AND Dink Farmer Is elected jailer at last Lets see was It before or after the Civil war that Uncle Dink made 1his first race for that office 7 Any how everybody is glad that the splendid old democrat won F SONheMt Vernon robbedJjail They located him at Middlesboro He is a Negro and gave his name an Charles Sanford WE hopegranjury will use some of its time in ferreting out the sale of whisky here That body and Chief of Police Carter can work in con junction and make Macksville dry for a while at least if they will only use the proper effort tTo PRINTERS hisftieehas for sale a lot of display and body type which has been used very little a medium sized imposing stone a lot of cases and say eral cone pulleys Will go cheap if sold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL office Stanford Ky HATS off to that galeslant democrat Mr James fit Roberts of Pulas kif fie was elected sheriff of that over whelmingly republican county by a safe majority Ills friends here and they are many send congratulations to the splendid gentleman on his success TilE Nunnelley stock pens have been completed and are ready for the cattle sales hero Monday next county court I day Accommodations for 1500 cattle and 50 horses Abundant feed and shelter for all Bring your cattle to Stanford the best market in this sec lion Mr Mack Bruce will see that both they and you are well cared for HONOR roll Stanford Graded and High Schools for month of October Grade 1 Joanna Ballou Henry Baughman James Baughman Kather Ine Brady Smith Burke Harvey Em bry Georgo Fleece Farris Marie + Powell Mabel Wilkinson Powell With ers Joe Grimes I Grade 2 Stella Walker Sophia Saunders Daisy Lunsford Mary F Cormney Sadie H Wearen Mary i Brackett Sam Craig Morris Jackson Grade 3 Annette Wearen Willie Rankin Rachel Hill John Reid McKln ney Virgil Moore Grade 4 Hobart Arnold Morris Bruce Annie Vanarsdall Craig Annie Rogers Powell Nancy Catherine Mc Kinney Clarence Singleton Grade IiMatsy GrImM Nellie W Hill Grace Hurst Emily Murphy Let tie Walker McKinney Jean Paxton Clinton Coleman Jesse Hocker Grade 6 Bessie Moore Effie Ware Maude Arnold Frances Brackett Ella Eichenberger Tillie Goldstein Josephine Morris Bessie Brackett Grade 7 Winnie Davis Bibb Mary- S Cook Mary Moore Raney Annie D McRoberts Maymo Singleton Sallie M Craig James Owsley John Thomas McAlisterGrade Effie Baughmnn Josephine Carpenter Robert Carter Marlon Grimes James Johnson Eva Moser William Grime- sFreshmanLyles Cooper Catherine Gentry Joe Hill Mary E McKinney Elsie Morris Flora Morris Lillian Mueller Lucy Lee Walton SophomoreMorrison Bright Harris Coleman Annie L Gentry JEva lilton Lfssa Holtzclaw Virginia Ma hony Willie Mooro Emma Napier Maude Stone J M II Waters Junior Joseph lIopperISeniorThomas Bright Walter Singleton IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES G E Pedigo aged 92 is dead in Metcalfe county The depot at Hyattsville in Garrard county was broken into Monday night and robbed of 50 Allen S Kenney has sold out his in terest In Lumber Manufacturing Co Mrs Mary Compton one of tho oldest and most respected ladies of Pcrryville died Sunday At Parkaville Pa Daniel Schoke a butcher cut oft the heads of his wife and daughter and committed suicide The ballot used in New York City was four feet two inches wide arid 15 Inches deep There were 20 tickets on it Mrs D W Mahan who was stricken with paralysis at her homo in Danville as slightly improved E E Bourne who is a wireless telegrapher in the Brooklyn Navy yards is vl ltIn his father Mr H H in the Parksvllle section Tho aggregate fines for the month of October in the police court as shown by sworn statement from City Judge Sandifer are 4750 and 10 days AdvocateBrack Munday colored was found dead lying near the L N railroad track at Richmond The supposition is that he attempted to board a moving train and missed his footing At Caldwell Washington county on election Erastua Holiday a Republican shot and fatally wounded pollsISuit was filed in the circuit court at Lexington by G W McMillan and 34 others against the Burley Society Clarence G A Brooks J M Pank the Clark County National Bank Citizens National Bank and Peoples State Bank asking a receiver Claim is made that the societfdId not pay the men who money due them FOR SALE 1 IGover Hotel at Omb Orchard olio store across street with post omee ad joining nnd H cottage or ofllce of three rooms All necetinry outbuildings Jilts OUUTIH novKn Crab Orchard Ky Small Farm For RentI SIrora0oodknlgbtsfartnonPetMiteAvenue unfailing clitvrn and pond large barn and Rood house and outhouses Hee Din Good knight nt her town home on tancaiter Avenueold Keniel pla- cePUBLIC SALE I mUefromvllle pike sell a lot of personalty ni follows ha1cowandcalf6 year old bone I lightning boy press I two plowTermlI begin at ioclock JI McCOUMAOK Home For Sale InOraban acre of land Abundant outbuildings opttonnine months Abundant water of the best variety One third cash and balance In one and two yeari at 0 per cent DIl W M DOOREH Drab Orchard Ky FARM FOB SALE OB RENT Contains 140 acres frost tobacco land In the county 114 tulle tram McKinney Will sell or rent Has two dwellings one ot four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly tOO trees Tobacco barn that will bold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest farm In Kentucky at price DliAWNERlIcKlnney PUBLIC SALE oF- Shortho1n Cattle 1 At NIEon TUESDAY NOV 23 1009 Convey ances both at Stanford and Danville comingfromoclock Sale begins at 1 r r H P HAWKINS Stanford Ky R R No2 PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm at Iledgevllle Ky S nllles front Dnnvllleand 0 miles from Lan totheWICllNESnA Y NOV 20 ISOO ttollowlnidelcrIOOdproperty shock a ncres of hemp in of cows nllyoung 8 scnniinphulfen Jersey Y twoyearo I heifers Jersey afro 3 learners mares 1 yearling mare Mntl by lr JIunion II yearling mute a suckling colts two sired y IIoa Cl onu by Bllnf Tip Allo cutting harr01VIIClIldrllli and machinery and Inoludlngtulla Terms liberal and made known on day of aleDianerwill bo furnished on the grounds JWHUTOHINQB T D English Auct 5 A L R Hughes T W Humble W O Martin 1 LADIES SUITS ETC I Wo have just received line of Ladies and Misses Suite ami Cloaks also Childrens Coats i Ladies Suits from 8750 to 820 Misses and Ladies Coats from 8350 to 1350 f Childrens Coats from 8175 to 8350 We invite your inspectionaDont forget that we represent two of tho best tailoring con cerns in the country for men and guarantee fitfquality and I price I It rl HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Dot Scold The Cook She has done tho best she could Try a change If your clothes didnt wear well try ours If they didnt fittr ours s- If they Ieked healtryUi We sell suits at 810 up More at 815 Lota and lots at 81850 and 820 And to the same men every season You un derstand why Is I t W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky 1 To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle land Adjacent Counties Wo have secured the skating rink building for a salesroom for leaf tobac- Co in tho hand and will be ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is sum ciently cured for market and will be able to offer you as good market as you will find elsewhere at a reasonable cost We have assurance that buyers rep resenting the largest manufacturers and dealers in tho U S will bo repre rented in Danville thus insuring the highest market price to the grower Call and see us before disposing of your tobacco The Boyle County Tobago WarehouseG- EO COGAE CO Proprietors Danvile Ky M G MURPHY J W ACTON After spending last week on the city market we arc now receiving our new goods and are ready to show you the brightest uptodate general lino of merchandise over offered in this section and at very modest prices On Saturdaynight Oct 30 our books will close and on November 1st our terms will bo cash to one nUll all So those wanting to buy merchandise insteadof time will find it to their interest to call anti see us The following are a few of our reduced prices Any childs shoe 10 to 15o off the regular prie any misses shoo 15 to 20c oft the regular price any boys shoe 15 to 25o offany ladies shoo 15 to 35c off any mens shoe 20 to 45e off all raone pants 25a 81 off regular price mens heavy 81 overalls 04c COc overalls 47c mens 1 huts 75c 82 bats 150and so on Mora next time So come and see us is we can show you better than we can tell yo- uMURPHY aACTONThe Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Ky ft Ip IyT The Interior Journal I 4 Ofeeal6fanford a 1lH matter TABLEfkNoIMouth ill6 ricMouth 1108 A x No 14 North 4 tw A M No2 North8T P M No f1 lon AM J No 13110 p x fJOS S RICE Agontt IsPRICE1tg STANFORD KENTUCKY I Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres of good blue gross land lying ono milt North McKlnnejron the Stanford pike Improvements andt fencing rgoodi plenty of water and fruit Also 125 acres of timbered land one mileI i East of McKtnrioT half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land See grow ngcrop jAOIVEN8AgentMcKlnneyKy Fall andlWinter Stock l1ave your measure taken by a tailor of ex r perience Then your clothes whethera low s price business molt or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and flu which plainly indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your mean ute for extra trousers fancy vel r Boatel and overcoats Foil and Winter samples on hand ready for your inspection HO aUFLEYThailorBtanfordhy t CUTLOWERSOR SALE I I I can furnish the publlo with the best as well u the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short wreathsJconnection with the kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable I H CIIRIBTMANaitEENIIOUSEHIs Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco l earnsing ranca Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Once Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING tl We ore In positlontodoalikinds of coo Pavementsihouse down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee nr tclnss pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky 11 rf r INSURANCER Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm EverythingLFire Tornado 4nngl StockHealthJf and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds 4 Immediate attention given to losses which ttarepaid without dis J U JLBeazleyCo UndeitaKera and Embalm en Also Dealers in For niture MattingaRugg They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right TAKFORD KENTUCKY 4 C McClary 1 I Undertaker Embalmer and Defiler InHarness Saddlery 1 STANFORD KY IOII Phone 1ST Home Phone L- N i Jd IN MEMORIAM Mrs Clara Stanley breathed her last at her home in the Goshen neighborhood Oct 27 She was 43 years of age and leaves a husband and son 9 years old a mother and three listers to mourn her loss She was a daughter of Mr John Gooch and a member of the Chris tian church at Goshen She gave her heart to God early in life and has since been found in her place at church and Sunday school until about 16 mon ths ago She had a parylytic stroke which prevented her from attending church She bore her suffering with patience and said Gods will be done Dear sister we miss thee Oh so much but we know Thou art in Heaven We miss thee from thy vacant chair Which none can fill We miss thee from thy home But we know that thou art rejoicing- In the land that is fairer than day Companion dry up thy tears And put on the armor of Christ And thou shalt meet her bye and bjfc Dear little Robert we know tis hard Oh so hard for theo to say Mother is gone from me But little one remember And obey thy mothers words Bo good and God will loveVou And when you die Come home to Heaven to motherANNIE This and That Metropolis Joppa and Golconda III each voted dry Tuesday Corinth Stillwater and Saratoga N Y went dry in Tuesdays election Morgan Menard Scott Union and Pope counties III voted dry Tues dayJames Akers former town marshal of Jellico was killed there in an elec tion row Dmk Greer an octogenarian of Barren county was killed by the kick of a colt The Empire City race meeting has been called off by Manager Matt Winn No reason is given Grove Hill erected at Fincastle Va in 1795 by Gen James Breckin ridge burned John Blanton says it was ho instea of his brother Tilden who killed De mostbenes Noble in the election trouble in Breathitt Samuel A Norman of Mayfield filed a petition in bankruptcy at Padu cah giving his liabilities as 19933253 with assets of 565 and 75 shares of stock in the Mayfield Woolen Mills Money Comes In Bunches To A A Chisolm of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver consti patlon nervousness and general de bllity he wlltesIII couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite of all medl cal treatment Then used Electric 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 50e at Pennys Drug Store ReporterSenator to what do you chiefly attribute your successful ca reer 1 Eminent Statesman Entirely to heredity young man I deserve no credit for it whatever My father had ambition and my mother had talent and I happened to inherit both these qualifications Chicago Tribune Frightful Fate Averted III would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Fraok Dlsbury Kelliher Minn without Bucklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures burns scalds old sores bolls skin eruptions Worlds best for piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store A little more sweet and a little less sour A little less weed and a little more Flour A little more song and a little less sigh A little less earth and a little more skyl A tickling or dry cough can be quick CoughRemedynothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store I Because his sweetheart refused to al low him to call Earl Mitchell a prom inent young farmer of Herndon shot himself through the head inflicting fa tal injuries The little Candy Cold Cure tablets called Proventics will in a few hours rlppeTryDrug Store A discarded Italian lover shot the wife of his rival near Bluefield Va and after the woman had wounded him unluckysuitorPains of women bead pains or any pain stopped In 20 minute sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See byPennys i CHURCH MUTTERS Rev D M Walker will begin a meet ing at Mt Xenia Monday night Preaching at 7 oclock Rev W R Davidson of this city left yesterday for Harriman Tenn where he will conduct a revival at the Walnut 11111 Baptist church Advo cate Evangelist J B Harris will speak on Statewide Prohibition at the Methodist church this Friday evening at 7 o clock Rev Harris htld a meeting hero two years ago Of course women should vote he said Women deserve the suffrage as much as menmore because their minds are purer and cleaner Cleaner cried the sweet young thing ho had taken to dinner ofcoureo they are ever and ever so much cleaner But row do you know that Because they change them so much oftener said he solemnly The BodRook of Success Lies in a keen clear brainbackod by Indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from tho splendid health that Dr Kings New Life Pills Impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain andlbody J A Harmon Llzcmore W Va writes They are the best plllsI over used U5o at Pennys Drug Store One passenger was killed and 65 oth era were injured in Des Moines Iowa when a street curned turtle after leav- Ing the track- Corrected returns in the Louiiville mayoralty race indicate that W 0 Head wins by something over 2000 Major D W Saunders lof Louisville a great friend of the lateCol aWeG Welch ia dead at an advanced age FOR SALEfI I Stock Dry loads Notions Groceries 1I0rdwal1lnwarcJto about 12000 Do terms I On HARRIS Crab Orchard Kr PUBLIC SALE I At my farm ope mile North of Turners vtlle I will on WKDSKSDAY NOV IT 1909 offer for sale the following described prop brooddtie CO good ewes CO fat hogs tot of sows and farmingImplements suitfarmfortheon dyof Mlo Bale to begin nt oclock J F aover 11 Chandler Au- ctHarry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer or Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Potts Cemetery nod Lawn MeKinney Dinwiddie r Co1 Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods OFFICERS J S Hocker President S T Harris John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Asst Cashr l of for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Oro eerie and Hardware Doing n bull nest Will Invoice about 330 Reason III health OEO D HOPIKH Htanford Ky Dr Willis Veterinary Surgeon A oII1ht Stanford KentucKy Phone Xo M Calls answered protnptljvl llreryDarn G B Moreland Kentucky New Full Line Millinery now in Also Isew Furniture coming in aU moat daily G B PKUITT Morcland Ky REWARD Having suffered considerable nnnoyanc toreakIIlKDtlatcbemy gates on the county road that rune through nt farml have concluded to over a reward for information lending to the conviction of such wrson or persons I I will therefore give the sum of 3 V for tutor mellon leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have brokvn the latches on any of my gatesor that have sawed down or torn down any of ray gates on the county road which runs from the Hustonvllle turnpike to the Mlllnlgevllle turnpike through my farm and I will give leulunllltoany o above offenses tbeI UItUIt11Io1J SALE By virtue of a Judgment of the Lincoln Quarterly Court in furor of Ham n tastelto against J U liettilvy I orone of my dep uties will on Monday the Nth day of No vember IMW tw n the hours of I oclock PM and 3 0 clock PM at the courthome door in HlnnlorU county of Lincoln Ky expose to public sale to highest bidder the following property torso much thero as may ho necessary to satisfy the amount of the Plaintiffs dubt Interest and costs towlt One a yenr old bay colt namedII Hilly speed I a year old sorrel colt nUlllHi John Holmes 15venr old buy colt nam ed Uvltoii 1 buy nil 3 years old und 13 hands high t weanling colts This proiwrty will bo sold subject to a inortgngn row ex sting on saute In favor of A T Nunnelli y and of record In clerks office of Lincoln county court In mortgage look M page 010 TKHMS Hole will bt+ made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing Interest at the rnte of a percent per annum from day of sale and force and effect of a sale bond this ivth day of October 1W9 T JHILLH LO FIRST NATIONAL BANKt STANFORDKENTUGKYr ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety DepositjBoxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account VicePfesideni WVSaundersBooVkeeper Stock Merchandise Morgan FRUITT SHERIFFS DIRECTORS P Reid J H Baughman MD Elmore J M Feltus H CEaughraan J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B tiCRURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with toheadquartersmers Line rate If you are Pot at present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTennesseeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL A TEL CO INCOBPORATBD 1 ur- I J g J I t i11 ti 0 2 t 8 tt tr1 0wo4 CJ c oo St3 tr1Iio Ao rrJ t4t4 Z- tal 9Orbgo tr1 tC CJ UII 1 p01r A Ucl3ois t 1J f III- UJ 8 o IV 1tI = d QeJ CJG h We are now ready to howyou ono of the best lines of Mens Youth and Childrens Clothes over shown the people fur the lowest priers Also u n new anti uptodate line of Overcoats and Uravanottea from S7CO to 820 plessedith SAM ROBINSON I i F STANFORD KY t J the Lincoln County national Bank IofCapital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOQO Resources 34000000S H SHANKS PRESIDENTI WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH HC CARPENTERDOOKKEEPERHVVS DIREOTORSl J B StailiordJohn i kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor f WHWit Gooch Gilberts Creek h s Ir 8 b Stoves and Ranges I b J ct s hf1 0cf t 11 1j 1 If I I S I i i fnltj s thr Just received a large and well seJ= i lected stock of each See our newbRange before you buy Wt jud tesSit Iml GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford DaNo r 9a- G rJ