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tol. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1900. MO. 01. s t Il NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. 1'ctcr Tribblo Gentry, of Boyle, aged Gl. is dead. Leonard Abticr, charged with being Implicated In the murder of James Lane, a prominent farmer near ilerca. In June, has been arrested In Oklahoma. Arehlo IHffo and family will rcmovo to Ludlow next woek to make their home, It being moro convenient for him on account of his run being out of that place Somerset Republican. It. G. (Ilout) Italian a stock dealer from Garrard county camo to, Uock castlo county last week and bought mules and cattle to the amount of near ly $2,000, giving checks on tho Peoples Hank of Taint Lick, which went to protest. -Ml. Vernon Signal. J. Hogan Uallard, of Hryantavlllc, is one of tho most conscientious auto moblllsts In this section of tho country On his way from Loxlngton last week he ran down and killed a hen, and In stead of going on, unmindful of tho grief of tho owner of that hen, ho lm mediately stopped, got out, tenderly picked up the unfortunate fowl and fang tho doorbell of tho houso nearby. A woman opened tho door and ho be gan to talk, saying: "I am very sorry to inform you that I havo unintention ally killed this hen of yours," and stated that ho was willing to pay all damage, but tho good lady said: "1 am much obligo to you I havo been try ing to catch that hen for three days to cook for dinner and I never could lay a hand on tho pesky thing. Thank you, lr: thank you." So ho raised his hat and said: "You nro cnllrclwolcome." Nicholasvlllo Tribune. McKINNEY. Sqciro Dudderar discnsed justlco to some evil doers at Moreland on thoSM. Ilev. J. II. Coleman, of Louisville, will fill tho pulpit at the Baptist church here Oct. 4th. Miss O. T. atogg, of Hustonvllle, Is nnn.lini' n few davs with Bertie Mur phy of this place. J. C. Conn, superintendent of bridges on tho Q & C, stopped over at Hotel Ashlock & Houso Friday night. Messrs. S. M. Owens and W. L. Mo. Carty were in this section looking after the latter interest In thc'sherilT'sracc Mr. E. J. Tanner while attending tho State fair bought a large supply of Fall goods; a pleasure and business trip combined. HIlTe & Jones tho hustling produce merchants are making extensive pre parations in the way of buildings to take caro of tho fowls, eggs etc. Tho drouth has begun to bo o little serious in our locality. Tho farmers mill havo to cut their wheat crop short because they can't break tho ground, and the Columbia Slngletreo plant will havo to shut down on account of having no water. Mi Holla Luddv and Mrs. Tcrscll Waddle, of Somerset, aro visiting Mrs .1 M. Tarter and mother. Miss Lena Heck is visiting her siltcr. Mrs. Kato Davis who resides at Danville. Mr. Davis Is a conductor on tho C. S. It K. and is a good business man Danvillo Is tho best location for him MATRIMONIAL. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Murphy announce tho engagemcut of their daughter, Miss Hcrtio Carr, to Mr. Robert McDowell Fogle, of Casey county. Tha wedding will occur at tho home of tho prosper Ivo brido on Wednesday, Nov. 10. Mr. James Painter, our clever Brod hcad correspondent, and Miss Llllio Rash, a fino young woman of Brodhoad, were joined heart and hand Friday night ut the Baptist church In that city. May heaven's richest blessings abide with them all of their days and their lives bo happy always. churcbTmatters. Rev. J. F. Hell, of Louisville, held an interesting meeting nt Grovo. It lasted 12 days and 39 joined by baptism and seven bv reclamation. President Taf t preached a sermon in id. Mnrmnn Thnernaclo at Salt Lake. Ills text was "A soft answer turnoth away wrath, but grloyous words stir up anger." "I like tovltiit that collection of musical Instruments In tho musoum." "What pleasure can you derive from viewing a lot of musical Instruments locked up in cases? " "I like to see 'em safely out of circu lation. I live in a Hat. "Health ColTeo." Is tho cleverest Imitation of real cotTeo over yetmado. . Dr. Shooi) created It from pure parch- " ed grulns, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In 3 ilavor U made In Just onu minute. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. Somplo free. Penny's Drug Store. ,4. "I think I must be going," remarked ijf the young man for tho tenth time. u "You do not appear to mo to bo go- ff ng," declarod tho youn lady, after Inspecting him carefully. "You seem & ,to be perfectly stationery. NEWS NOTES. Tho Buckeye Powder Mill, located at Inwards Station, III., was blown up. Police Inspector Edward McCann, of Chicago, charged with "grafting," was found guilty by a jury. It is expected that the Louisvillo & Nashville railroad will run through trains from Frankfort to Beattyvilloby March 1. Secretary Knox has decided not to go to El Paso to be present at tho meeting of President Taft and Presi dent Diaz. Mile. Slmone Bernhardt, tho grand daughter of Mmc. Sarah Bernhardt, was married at Versailles to Edgar S. Gross. Whilo the news Is by no means com plete, fuller reports from the storm- swept districts on tho gulf coast indi cate that 100 lives wero lost. Five indictments charging violations of tho puro food and drug law wero re turned by tho Federal grand jury against as many San Francisco firms. Fire destroyed tho post-ofllce and sev eral business buildings in the villiago of Newpoint, Ind. Sevoral persons were injured. The loss is estimated at $30, 000. William Kiscr, of Des Moines, was killed and many persons wero hurt by intcrurban car from Boone, striking a street car in Dea Moines, la. Tho ac cident occurred on a trestle. Unknown parties broke Into the dairy of Jack Roark, in Fayette county, and sprinkled Paris green In tho milk and butter. It was discovered just in time to prevent delivery to customers. James M. Carpenter, a relative of Dr. J. G. Carpenter, of this place, Is dead at his homo in St. Louis. He was 77 years old and ono of tho wealthiest and most prominent men in Missouri. Tha French dirigible military balloon Republiquo exploded in the air flvo miles from Moulins and was wrecked. Capt. Marchal, Lieut. Phauro and sub Lieuts. Vincenot and Rcux were killed. Tho American Association base ball season closed with Ixulsvillu tho pen nant winner and Milwaukee in second place. During tho season Louisville won 03 and lost 75 games, finishing with a percentage of .554. William 11. Maire, a Cleveland man who is now in Battlo Creek, Mich., has just completed a fast of fifty and one- half days. In performing tho feat Maire lost '10 Kiunds in Mesh. Through out the fast hu drank filtered water. Pittsburgura lost over $1,000,000 as a result of the tornado which swept tho gulf coast Monday. Tho Mononga- hela River Consolidated Coal and Coke Company lost practically all tho coal it had afloat, tho value of which is esti mated at over JGOO.OOO. Inquiries aro being mads by tho In Bular Bureuu of tho War Department regarding the report from Manila that the revenuo cutter, Sora, has been cap tured by Moro pirates and her crew of 14 murdered. No official advices have been received yet at tho War Depart ment. Section hands on tho Louisvillo & Nashville railroad found tho bodies of 30 sailors and fisherman near Dunbar Station, L. This brings tho total num ber of dead resulting from last Mon day's hurricane up to approximately two hundred. The bodies wero badly decomposed and wero buried near tho old trackbed, without, identification. The total number of bales of cotton hold on August 31, in tho United States was 1,510,932 as against 1.23G.053 in 1903, according to a report by tho Cen sus Bureau, and 1,611,507 In 1907. Tho quantity of cotton held in tho cotton growing States on August 31 last was 702,993 bales, and in all other States 810,931 bales. The Beet known an tho Triune Im mcrsionists, who havo been patiently waiting.for tho world to come to an end at West Duxbury, Mass., for tho past two days, havo left the theater of their activities, as tho millenium failed to appear on schedule time. Hungry and tired most of the 300 have repaired to their homes. Public interest will follow President Taft as his itinerary this week takes him Into the Northwest. From Ogden, Utah, tho president's train goes to Butte, Mont. From there tho courso is west to Spokane and Seattle; thonco south to Portland, where next Sunday will be spent. The chief executive is timing tho subjects of his peeches to the character of his audleflcos, and his remarks this week aro likely to cover a wide range of topics of governmental and popular Interest, A Hurry Up Call. Quick! Mr. Druggist-Quick! A box of Bueklen's Arnica Salvo Here's a quarter -For tho love of Moses, hurry I Baby's burned hluisolf, terribly John nie cut his foot with the axe Mauilo's soaldod -l' can't walk from piles Ullllo has bolls- and my corns ache. She got It and soon cured all tho fami ly. Its the greatest healer on earth. Hold by Penny's Drug Store. Ijl m gs ga sa UL gaBaBagaiagamBaggEaEaB2Ba8sgaEagaBaBagaBaBaBagSBaBaBaBagigi HUST0NVILLE. Miss Lizzie Philips, of Liberty, is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Myers. Rifle's school closed last week on ac count of diphtheria but no deaths have resulted yet. Prof. R. S. Eubank, of Lexington, was the guest of Mr. Chas. Wheeler Saturday and Sunday, Alfred Russell has sold his GO aero farm to Jonathan Russell, who will movo there in the near future. F. P. Smith lost a valuable memoran dum book Saturday the 18th and a suit able reward for return. It. Rev. Wm. Cloyd and daughter, of Yuma, Arizona, aro visiting friends and relatives In this and Casey county. J. G. Weatherford and Doc Dryo ro- turned from n three days fishing trip on big South Fork with 20 nice black bass. One of the boat corn crops in years is being cut in this locality. Good wages aro being paid und additional hands can secure work. RifTe & Tucker shipped Saturday one car of hogs and ono car of butcher cat tie. Coulter & McCormack shipped ono car of hogs and cattle. The memorial exercises in memory of Rev. W. Logan Williams at his grave Sunday afternoon were well at tended and an nblo address was deliver ed by Ruv. D. M. Walker of Stanford. Capt. J. D. Yocom, chairman of com mittee In charge, authorizes us to an nounce that there will be a reunion of tho "Blue and Gray" next September In a beautifully shaded 20 aero park 11 miles south of McKinney on the Southern railroad. The location is Ideal, with fine roads In every direction and near the famous sulphur springs. Comrades and friends from Pulaski, Casey, Adair, Lincoln, Boyle and Gar rard counties are cordially invited to at- 1 v sia!l s mrantee) YOU are entitled in buying Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes, to a most positive assurance of your satis faction. Every dealer in our clothes is authorized to say this to you: Every garment made by, and bearing the label of Hart Schaffner & Marx, is guaranteed to be of all-wool or wool-and-silk fabrics, with no "mercerized" or other cotton added 5 thoroughly shrunk before cutting; ' seams sewed with pure silk thread 5 tailored in clean, sanitary shops ;"? and free from every defect of material or. workmanship. More than that: The dealer is authorized to say that ifthe ' clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, your money will be refunded. ' Hart Schaffner & Marx CUMMINS & WEARER tend. Tho exact dates and full partic ulars will bu given later. Col. George Bohon and wife, Miss Hannah Potcet and Hanley Bohon and wife ran over from Harrodsburg Sun day in the former's auto. Dr. Jas. Wesley says ho concluded to "move away from where he lives now," so he placed his largo two story dwelling en rollers and has it now more desirably located a few hundred yards from the old site and nearer to the public high way. New corn is being sold for $2 50 per bbl , delivered at gathering time, but few sales aro being made. There are crops in this section that will yeild 75 bu. per aero and some think tho price will decline later. The Bio Lexington Trots. The greatest trotting meeting in tho world begins at Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday, Oct. Cth, and continues ten days. Every day one or more of tho historic stake races of Kentucky aro contested, and all the races aro filled with the best horses from all sections of tho country, meeting at Lexington for the first time this year. There are nearly 700 entries in tho 33 races and It will be the greatest meeting ever known. Ex cursion rates, ono fare round trip, will be in effect from all Kentucky points. The best racing and music in the coun try. Remember the dates, Oct. 5 to 10, and attend. Go WHiTa" Rush. The demand for that wonderful Stomach. Liver and Kidney cure, Dr. King's New Life I'HU-ls astounding Penny's Drug Stote peoplo say they never saw the like. Its because they never fall to euro, sour Stomach, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious ness, Jaundice, Sick Headache, Chills aud Malaria. Only 23c, FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED INIJ882. CAPITAL'STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2J6500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICERS. J. S. Ilocker, President;. S. T. Harris, Vice-President; John J. McRoberts, Cashier; II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cash'r W.W .Saunders, Bookkeeper, 1798 TraDjijlvapia University 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. Tho College of Liberal arts (co-cducatiotial,) Hamilton College fur Woiucu, aud tho College of law. Three campuses embracing 23 acres. Thirteen buildings with modern equipment. A faculty of 50 chosen from the best universities of America and Ejrojie. Btaudanlucil elective courses letuling to the degreed of A. H. 1)., S., A. M., aud L. L. 1$. Now Science Huildiug recently erected at a cost of $(0,00. Students now in uttcmluuco from 25 States ami 0 foreign umu tries. Moral Inilucnccs, cultural environment, scholarly ideals reasonable ex peases. Tho session begins Sept. 13, lt)00.Writo for catalogue to-lay. RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD. A. M Ph. D. Prcs. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, S H ES DIRECTORS. F Reid, J. II. Baughraao. M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettus, H. C. Baughman, . F. Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, W. B O'Uannon J. S. Hocker, C. H. Tate. JU