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ol. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1009. NO. 62. l I p; i MIDDLEBURO. Phillip lire., of Stanford, arc hero putting In cement dam for Quince Jones, Mr. Jones hai been cxpectlnR them for norno tlmo, and had Rotten quite Impatient waiting for his "dam men," aa ho called them, but ho la hap py now and the work will bo put In at onco. Mrs. Martha ForIo sold hot houso hold cITecU at public outcry Saturday. Sho has bought property at Danville, and Is preparing to movo to It. Mrs. ForIo Is n Rood woman, and will bo greatly mlssod In this section. Mrs. Julia Martin has bought tho Greer farm near Liberty for $900 and will movo to It at onco. Tho trustees oro hlRhly pleased with tho atari the graded school has taken Tho enrollment is now 140 and Rolngup, tho teachers aro doing a high grada of work, and tho patrons scum disposed to stand by them. Thoro is every reaion why this should bo tho best school In country, and will bo If tho pooplo givo It tho support It so richly deserves. Tho meeting of tho Haptlst church still continues. Uov. Fulton and wlfo left Monday for their homo In Louis ville, but Itev. Charles Martin pastor nt Liberty Is assisting tho pastor. Everybody ought to havo heard Rev. J. L. Owens at tho llaptlst church Sunday, his sermon was a gem, and ho is being highly complimented on tho effort. Hro. Owens secmod to bo at his belt, and tho audirnco was large, and quito an appreciative ono. Surely If there was any present who did not en joy tho discourse they wero hard to please. F. II. Lucas, of Arabia, Lincoln coun ty, attended church here Sunday. Miss Lillio Tilford and her little sister, lluela, of Kubanks, aro hero to sec Miss Salena Jones, and aro attending tho protracted meeting. Dallas Kulo was hero from Liberty Sunday. Mrs. Kando Hrown, of Liberty, attended church hero Sunday and took dinner with her cousin, Mrs. Ella Cowan. Miss Clesta Jonw, of Arabia, has been visiting relatives hero for a week or more. Miss Minnlo Shannon, of Junc tion City, U with her aunt, Mrs. J. A Estw, on tho Liberty pike Mrs Hollo Lawhorn and O. I. Garner are in Louis ville buying goods. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Mist Elizabeth Hawkins, of Elkln, Fayette county, committed suicide at Richmond by hanging herself to a bed Ernest Hays was captured by a posse beaded by Deputy Sheriff Hush In Mad ison. Hays, it is charged, shot and killed his brother-in-law, James Lane, several months ago. Carlo Jones, deputy sheriff of Whit ley county, was shot at Corb.ii by Par is and William Sholwell. Fans Shot well was recently pardoned by Gov. Willson Jones was shot in tho bock and died Instantly. George and Thomas Roberts and Os car lioberts, a cousin, became engaged in a difficulty at Williams Siding, in Pu laski county, when John McKce, a neighbor, attempted to stop tho diffi culty and was shot through tho neck and instnntly killed. Tho bullet after passing through McKeo'a neck struck Georgo Roberts, landing near his heart. He is In a dangerous condition. Music atthb Lexington TnoTS. Music has always been a marked fea ture of tho Lexington Trots. Tho man agement has ulways mado it a point to givu the audietico u treat between tho heats In tho shape of concerts for which ordinarily people will gladly pay from $1 to fl to hear. Tho famous Weber Prize Hand of America will bo at tho the trots again this year, and glvo dully concerts before the grand stand. The Weber Hand Is to-day, without excep tion, the best organization before tho public. Its 1909 tour through tho coun try, when It played In all tho principal cities, Including St. Louis, Chicago, Pittsburg, Philuholphlh. and tho month of August In Atlantic City, has boon a triumph. Ulancho Herndt Mehaffcy. famous as tho finest band singer in tho United States, ond a soprano of Grand Oiwrn calibre, will appear daily and sing In connection with theso concerts, aa tho principal soloist of tho band. Remember tho dates. Oct. C-1C, and don't miss a treat. m m - "Health Coffee" U tho cleverest Imitation of real collco ever etmade. Dr. Snoop created It from pure parch od grains, malt, nuts, etc. Flno In flavor Is mado In just ono minute. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Souiplo frco. Penny's Drug Store. ' "Our engagement is broken," admit ted the girl, "but I still have a tender feellngtforhim." "You might as well cut it out," ad vised her friend. "He's going around bragging about his lucky escape." ... . i . i m llreathe Hyomol and cure, catarrh. No stomach dosing. Completo outfit 1 Including Inhaler II. Guaranteed by G. L. Penny, Druggist, NEWS NOTES. An earthquake shock was general over Kentucky about I o'clock Monday morning. An official cstlmato place tho num ber of dairy cows In tho United States at 21,000,000. Fourteen children wero Injurod, ono probably fatally, in a panic at a paro chial school at Jersey City. Theodore Rizzo, tho Italian In jail nt Utica, N. Y., confessed to tho murder of two little children recently. At llorsa Cnvc, John W. Montgom ery, aged C3 years, was shot and killed by Morris Wilcoxson at tho latter's home. William VnrU'elt, a prominent citi zen of Maysville, was set upon by a gang of men and almost beaten to death. Two men were killed and two others wero probably fatally injured by tho explosion of a boiler at a saw mill near Spring Lick. Charles Sluiher, a pugilist of fame In Louisville and Southern Indiana, was found dead in bod. Heart failure was given as the cause of death. At Shelbyvlllc, a mass meeting was hold to protest against tho establish ment of the Colored State Training School in Bullitt county. Strong reso lutions wero adopted. Judgo McAllister Campbell in the Federal Court at McAlcster, Okla , is sued n temporary order restraining tho Stato olllcials from interfering with tho piping of gas out of Oklahoma. Prpf. J. D. Harris, principal of the Warrenton, Va , High School, will bo placed on trial for killing William A. Thompson, associate editor of tho War renton Virginian on April 24 last. The labor troubles which threatened to tie up Huttc, Mont., shut down the smelters in Anaconda nnd Great Falls and throw 15,000 ersnns out of work throughout the Statu, h'as been settled Frank WesUrfleld nnd Edward llooro were Instantly killed and George Hays and Jack lioone probably fatally Injur ed by the explosion of a boiler In a sawmill near spring Lick, Grayson county. President Taft enjoyed a new sensa tion when he dropped 1.20 J foot below the aurfucu of the earth and saw miners at work in the great Anaconda copper mine. The President loft for Spokane. Fifty persons wero injured shortly before noon when an explosion occurred in tho Columbian Film Exchange in Pittsburg. Tho structure was eight stories high and every ollico was wrecked. Insane from fever and tho recent death of his wife, John Champion, a shantyboat man, attempted to kill his children ut Paducah, set fire to his boat and jumped in the river. He was cap tured. John Champion, Jr., tho elder son, is missing .Notice has been served at Hopkins villa by Mrs. John C. Latham tint she will contest tho will of her hutband on the grounds that it was obtained by fraud or undue Inlluonco and that Mr. Latham was not mentally capable of making a will. After Gfl talesmen had been ex amined a jury was secured nt Warren ton, Va., to try J. D. Harris, principal of tho Warrenton High School, for tho murder of W. A. Thompson, nssoi-iate editor of tho Warrenton Virginian. Harris entered a plea of self-defense. Eight men were drowned and seven had a narrow escape from death by the foundering at neon Saturday of the Norweign steamer Gere six miles from tho Winter Quarter lightship, which is stationed CO miles South of the Delaware Capes and 1G miles at sea. Tho Treasury department reports show that tho total nmount of national bank notes now outstanding is $701, 077,721. This is an increase of $2,215, 250 over tho total on tho first day of September nnd an Increase of $11,751, GIG over tho total national bank notes outstanding on September ono year ago. Attorney Sam E. Patton, of Jackson, one of tho most widoly known lawyers of Eastern Kentucky, was indicted in the Federal Court on tho charge of us ing tho United States mails for fraudu lent purposes. Forty more indictments are expected. Patton is accused of op erating under the namo of the Cleve land Timber and Lumber Company and of ordering goods from many of the large manufacturing concerns over tho country, knowing that tho company was insolvent. The consolidation of tho Associated Operating Companies of tho Belt tele, phono system in New York State Into a one-Stato organization, entirely own ed by tho American Telephone and Tel egraph Company, has bsen practically consummated. - Tho ltttlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventlcs, will In a few .hours safely chock all Colds or LaOrlnpe. Try thein! 48-23c. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. 83 g8 KN BS ga gs ga i ga 83 tlumnteeJ YOU are entitled in buying Hart SchafFner & Marx' clothes, to a most positive assurance of your satis faction. Every dealer, in our clothes is authorized to say this to you: Every garment made by, and bearing the label of Hart SchafFner & Marx, is guaranteed to be of all-wool or wool-and-silk fabrics, with no "mercerized" or other cotton added 5 thoroughly shrunk before cutting; seams sewed with pure silk thread 5 tailored in clean, sanitary shops; 'and free from every defect of material or. workmanship. More than that: The dealer is authorized to say that iOhe clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, yourr money will be refunded. Hart SchafFner & Marx glfes) &aumS2J CUMMINS & WEAREN. m E ,$, tfi m iw rtra4' " 1 ! 0 H m ga ga ss ss 1 gagaBBaBagagasBaBaBaBagaBaiagagaiaBagaEagagaaiiaiaiffliaKSBaBaBaggasga j 1 7 IMbbiiiiiiiiBI IjIsBBsillB'vSwiwVI'W FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN1882. CAPITALSTOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. If you want the Best Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by E T. PENCE, STaVPOO, KY. Tho Colleo with tlio Strength, Flavor ami Aroma. For the next 0 days wo will give Five Pounds Collie at !15o 81 75 1 Nickel Dip Colleo Pot ut 81.50 1 50 8tf '25 For thirty days you wive 81 '25 Oivk it A TRIAL. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. OFFICERS. . S. Mocker, President,, S. T. Harris, Vice-President; John , McUobertj, Cashier, II. C. Uaughman, Asst. Cash'r W.W. Saunders, Bookkeeper. DIRECTORS. F. Keid, J. II. Uaughman, M D Elmore, J. M. Pettus, II, C. Uaughman, . F Cummins, S. T, Harris, no. C Robinson, V. 13 O'Uannon J. S. Hocker. C. K. Tale. 1798 TraitfijlvaDia Univetfhl 1909 Continuing Kentucky University.' Tho College of Liberal arts (co-educational,) Hamilton College for Women, and the College of law. Threo campuses embracing U.'l acre. Thirteen buildings with modern equipment. A faculty of 50 chosen (nun tho best uui verities of America ami Kurope. Standardized elective counts leading to the degrees of A. 11. I)., S., A. M., and L. L. H. Now Science lluildlug recently erected at a cost of 8(50,00, Students now iu attcudauco from 25 Stales uud 0 foretell eountriec. Moral Influences, cultural euviroumeut, scholarly ideals reasonable cs petises. The session begipa Sept. 13, 100?.Writo for catalogue toJay. RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, JA. M Ph. D. Pre?. 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