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The Interior Journal.
Mntrrtdinthi Port-Offict at Stanford a
tmnd-clatt natter .
L. 5N, TITOETHBLE
No. ll.Houth.lllMP. V.
No.SI.Mouth.lltfM A M.
No. Jl, North, :o A. M.
No. St, North, 6:37 P. .
Ko.S7,ln;l7 A. M.
JOS. S. RICE, Agont.
A. S. PRICE,
STANFORD, - KENTUCKY.
Office over McRobcrts' Drug Store in
tho Owsley Building.
FARM FOR SALE I
KThefnrmof 140 acres, of Rood blue gran
lann, iins vuy 111110 unu ui inuniiuituu
the Htanfonl pike. Improvement, and
fencing Rood; plenty of wnter anil fruit.
Alto 12S Acre, of timbered land one mile
Enitot .McKlnnor'.hnlt under fence; plenty
of wnter find good tobneco Innd. 8eo grow
Fall and Winter Stock.
JlRve'TOur measure tnken by a tailor of ex
perience. Then your clothes, betbern low
price business ult or the flnest evening
clothe., will bnve that Individuality and fit
which plainly Indicate they were maae 10
your'meaiure. I will alio take your meas
ure for extra trou.era, fnncy vests, top
coats, and overcoat.. Fall and winter
.ample, on band ready for your lmpectlon.
H.O. IIUFLET, The Tailor,
CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE!
I canfurnlth the public with the best. a.
well a. the freshest of cut flower., plant, of
nil ktndi, bulb., potted flower., on abort
notice. Also mnko a specialty of wreath,
for for funeral purpose..
In connection with the above, I have all
kind, of vegetable, on bnnd at reasonable
CHIUHTMAN OUKEN ItOUBEH.
Kn IlunnAiin, I'boh.
Insuris Ttkacca ami TibacM
Nothing But Insurance.
Jesse D. Wearen,
The Insurance Man,
Residence Pboqe 36: Office, K.
Insure with me and bo fully
We are In position to do nil kind, of con
creting, .ucu as lllock Work, Pavement.
and. In fact, we can make any thing from t
home down to a fence post. We enn ere
you promptly and guarantee flrst-claa.
work and material. Oall and get our prices
oeiore ou Duy your material at teusi.
R. B. MAHONY
Insures Tobacco, To
bacco Barns, Hemp,
All Kinds of Farm
ning, Fire, Tornado,
Life.Live Stock, Health
and Accident, Plate
Glass, Suretyon Bonds
given to losses which
are paid without Idis
Undei Users and Embalrr.
er. Also Dealers in Fur
niture, Mattings.Ruge. They
; will exchange Furniture for
Jl Kin la of Stock. Give
Them a Call; Prices Right.
STANFORD. - KENTUCKY.
J. C. JVlcClary,
Undertaker; Kmbalmer and
Dealer In Harness, Saddlery,
STANFORD, - KY-
OaTee ttvjn., lor, lUom:r bons.'e.
J. W. Hutchison has returned from a
business trip to Loulsjjllo and Cincin
Tho atone buttmenta for the new foot
bridge across Dix River nt this place
have been comnletted and tho wood
work is now kctng put up.
J. M. Adams has bought of Mrs
Florence Ponder a small tract of land
lying on south sido of State road In East
Urodhcad. Number of acres not known.
Matt Bowling, Emery Albright, Al
bert Hlatt, Jno. Hobins and Dra. W. E,
Gravely and 0. 0. Stono are attending
tho Grand Lodge of Free Masons in
Louisville this week.
The ten-year-old daughter of Mr.
John Dillingham, of the Saycrs section.
has pneumonia fever. Born to Mr. and
Mrs. John Harris, of the Saycrs sec
tion on the 19th, a son.
Mr. Bales Anderson, wife and son,
Henry, have been called to Preachers-
villo on account of the severe illness of
a daughter and a Bister, Mrs. Roy Rob-
Ins, who has typhoid fever.
Albert Roberts, a highly respected
farmer living near here, after four daya
of intenso suffering died, and was bur
ied in the Christian church cemetery
Tuesday, Rev. A. J. Pike conducting
the funeral services. Mr. Roberts was
about 43 years of age. He leaves a
wife and several children.
Mrs. B. R. Wilmott, Miss Sallic Rob
erts, Granville Lecce and wife and
Frank Brooks have been with relatives
in Somerset. Mrs. J. H. Hilton and
daughter, Miss Ethel, of Stanford,
were with relatives here. Miss Rissee
Williams, of Mt. Vernon, was the guest
of Miss Willie Benton Wednesday.
George Hill and wife, of Lebanon, have
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Per
Mr. D. N. Williams, of Mt. Vernon,
has announced himself a candidate for
county court clerk. Mr. Williams fails
to state in his announcement upon what
ticket he is running but we presume the
democratic. He was clerk of this coun
ty from 1873 to 18S2 and made as good
an officer as ever kept books and though
he is now up in years, his mind is as
bright as ever and his competency has
not been shaken by age. He is the
father of Attorney C. C. Williams, of
Mt. Vernon, and.Judge R. G. Williams,
Joe Turner, of the Junction City
neighborhood, produced 21 barrels of
corn on one acre of land. Advocate.
Estkayed. Three barrow hogs,
black spotted, weigh about 230, crap off
left ears. Liberal reward. E. T.
At the opening sales of loose tobacco
at the Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco
Warehouse Wednesday prices ranged
from 8 to 18c. All of the tobacco of
fered come from Casey county.
W. H. Murphy sold to the Huston-
villo Roller Mill Co. 300 bushels of
wheat at $1.20 and to B. D. Holtzclaw
a bunch of hogs at Gjc and a bull at 3 Jc.
He bought of Mr. H. a bull for $30.
W. P. Kincaid, the independent to
bacco buyer, has bought over 100,000
pounds of tobacco in Lincoln at 10 to
13Jc. He showed us a sample of Dan
Traylor's crop, which is very fine and
for which he paid 13c.
Samuel Harris, formerly of the State
of Washington, has bought of David
Thompson, of Garrard, the Geo. Evans
farm near Crab Orchard at $05. It con
tains over 200 acres and sold two or
three years ago at $35.
Charles Chambers and Miss Eva Sin
gleton were made one at Rev. J. M.
Cook's on the 17th.
A. M. Durham, of Garrard, and Miss
Annie Magee, of London, eloped to Jel-
lieo and were married.
James Albert Reed and Miss Rexle
Gerkey, both of the Highland section,
were married at Rev. J. M. Cook's by
that gentleman Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weldon
Warren announce the engagement of
their daughter, Emma Virginia, to Mr.
Charles Frederick Garnett. The wed
ding will take place the last of No
The 50th anniversary of the wedding
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Boyle Reid was ob
served at a six o'clock dinner at their
residence on East Main street, Monday
evening. Only a few Invited guests
were present, but the congratulations
and good wishes of their host of friends
in this community were tendered this
estimable couple on having reached the
half century milestone of wedded life.
Money Comes in Bunches.
To A. A. Chisolm, of Treadwell, N.
Y , now. His reason Is well worth
reading: "J or a long time I suffered
from Indigestion, torpid liver, consti
pation, nervousness and general de
blllty," he writes, "I couldn't steep,
had no appetite nor ambition, grew
weaker every day In spite of all medi
cal treatment. Then used Electric
Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all
my old time health and rigor. Now I
can attend to bublness every day. Its
a wonderful medicine." Infallible for
stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and
nerves. 60o at Penny's Drug Store.
a as m
Old papers for sale. This office.
President Taft spent several days on
the big ranch of his half brother, Chas.
P. Taft, In Texas.
W. B. Buford declined tho nomina
tion for Representative on tho republi
can ticket In Jessamine.
Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond,
spoke In tho Interest of tho democratic
county ticket at Nicholasville Monday.
Appellate Judges T. J. Nunn, W. E.
Settle and John M. Lassing have no op
position from the republicans and their
election Is guaranteed.
Frightful Fato Averted.
"I would havo been a cripple for
life, from a ternblo cut ?Sh my kneo
cap," writes Frank Dlsbury, Kelllher,
Minn., "without Hucklcn's Arnica
Salve, which soon cured me." Infal
llblo for wounds, cuts and bruises, It
soon cures burns, scalds, old sores,
bolls, skin eruptions. World's best
for piles. 2oo at Penny's Drug Storo.
It is said that 22,000,000 people spoko
English at the beginning of tho 19th
century and that now more than 100,-
000,000 people use it.
Pains of women, nead pains, or
pain stopped In 20 minute, sure, with
Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo
full formula on 25c box. Sold by
Penny's Drug Store.
FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN
TY FOR SALE !
A nne blue, atrass farm for sale situated on
newplke near l'olnt Ieavull find alx miles
south of Lancaster, containing SOU ncre.,
well located In Rood neighborhood, being
part or tin-John Walker tract. It hahand
aome new, two-story .even-room residence
thereon, with nil necessary outbuildings and
good, new tarn WxfM. Well wntered. alx
never falling springs and creek running
Tkumh. S cnh In hand, balance, on and
tsvoyear. from day of sale, bearing alx per
cent lntereat until nld.
lVrsona looking for .uch place please write
or.ee W.O. Walkkk, Htanford.
FURS tRt -
Fsthr, Tallow, Buiwu, Cioienr.
CoUenSsjl. YtOcrwRwt .MtyAp;!,
Wild Ginger, etc Wc dealer. I
nubCihsJ u luv-"Orfr r U a csuury id
Louwv21" ted caa do better for you iHaa
asrLti cr cccauisBon orrchanti. Rrferenc.
any EUck m Loujvule. Vrtfs f-rf rUy
pnes liri .ed rliBB. tin-
M. SabblAc Sons.
229 E. Marie! St. LCUIiwLlE.Kir.
Halng .uffered considerable annoyance
and damnge from outlaw.. In breaking gate
latche. nnd tearing down and destroying
niv sntea. nn the county roud that runs
through mv furm, I hate concluded to otter
u reward lor iniormaiioa leaauig iu m
conviction of such person or persons. I
will therefore glie the sum of pi for Infor
mation leading to the arrest and conviction
of any party or parties, that have broken
the latche. on liny of my gatet.orthat hae
.awed down or torn down any of my gate,
on the county road which runs from tho
Hustonvllle turnpike to the Mllledgevllle
turnpike, through my farmland I will give
the name amount for Information leading
to the arrest and conviction of any party or
pnrtle. who In the future commit any of the
Wltne.. tuy hand this 10th day of August,
Stock of Merchandise
I desire to sell privately my .took ot (Iro
eerie, and Hardware. loln a good busi
ness, will invoice about ,ifM. Heaion
OKO. V, HOPPEIt, Htanford, Ky.
FARMS FOR SALE !
1 w lah to sell privately my farm of M acre,
at Jumlo, Lincoln County, Ky. four mile,
from McKlnner, Has on It iiood livrnom
dwelling, good iMxrn, cellar, spring house,
line watiT, etc. I.and lain hlglistnt.i of cul
tivation. Also have four other mall farm.
for sale. All well Improved. Term, satis
Htanford, Ky 11. P. 1). No. S.
C. J3. PRUITT.
New Fall Line Millinery now in,
Also Jvew Furniture coming in nl
G. 11. l'lttmr, Morclanil, Ky.
Iealer In and Manufacturer o
Marblo and Granite Monu
ments, Markers and l'ostt. Cemetery and fjiwn
Vases and Hettees. ,onico and work., Mc
Embalmers. We car
ry an up-to-date line
Tie slate University,
The Htute I'nlverslly, Lexington, Ky.. of
fers the following courses, namely. Agricul
tural, Mechanical Knulnwrlnii.cn II Kngl
nverlng, Klectrlcal Knglneerlng, Mining
Engineering. Classical and ."ven Hclentttlc
courses, each ot which extends oer four
yenrsand leads to a Bachelor's degree; also
a Department of I J and a lk'arliiH'iit of
Kducatlon, which last hasU-vn established
Instead of the Normal Mcliool. Cersnnswhn
enter this department prepare furadtanced
work In pedagogy and are granted a Bach
elor's degree til this subject when complet
ed. The Academy for preparatory Instruc
tion I. retained.
County appointees receive free tuition,
privilege of residence in the dormitories,
fuel and light, traveling expenses, It they
remain 10 cunsecutho months.orone colleg
Thelatioratortes and museum are large,
well equipped, comprehenslse and modern
Military hclence Is fully provided for as re
quired by Congress.
The graduates In the several courses of
study readily llnd employment with liberal
remuneration. The total number ot ma
triculates for last year was UKH. Kach de
partmeut ha. a specialist at Its head, with
the necessary uumlierof assistants.
Young women nnd nu excellent home,
with board and lodging. In Patterson Hall,
which I. well equipped with all the modern
consenlencea, bathroom, hall for physical
culture, at Hwr week. All course. uf study
lu the I'nlverslty are open to women on
Identical conditions with those applying to
The completion of the Agricultural, Min
ing Engineering. Laborilory and Kduca
tlon buildings alfonl ample and commod
ious quarters for the.e deartments. which
aro rapidly tncreustng In lhenumlerof ma
triculate.. For catalogues, methods of obtaining ap
pointments. Information regarding courses
of study and terms of admission, apply to
Ja.. K. I'attehhox, J'h. 1)., LL. I)., Pre..,
or to I). U. Kuaiee, Hustnes. Agent,
Fall Term Begins Sept. 9, '09.
Weekly Courier -Journal
The Interior Journal
BOTH ONE YEAR FOR
Pew people to tba United State. hve not
beard of the Courier-Journal. (Democratic
la all thing.. ''r la U thlnj.. cle.a ta all
tolop, It la essentially a famllj paper, By
a .pedal arrangement we are enabled to of
fer the WEEKLY- COUttllR-OUHNAL one
year and thl. paper tor the price named
above, lead your .ubecrlptloa (or the com
bination to ue not tc the Oogrler-Journa
Wo nro now rcaily to oliow yon one
and Children' Clothe ever hown tho neoplo for the lowest price. Alo n
new nnd up-to-date line of Overcoat mid Crorancttc from $7.60 to 920.
Good values. Conic iu ami let us show you. Am sure you will bo plcacd
wiih this line.
CIk Lincoln county national Bank
S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT-
J. B. PAXTON, VICE-PRESIDENT
H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER
HVYS FOSTER. CLERK.
J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shank,
John B. Foster, Stanford; V. II. Shank, Stanford; T. C. Ran
kin, Lancaster; J. It. Pax ton, Stanford; W. II. Trnylor,
GilberU Creek; It L. Hubble, Lancaster; V.
II. Cummiua, I'reachenvillc; Lilburu
Gooch, Gilbert Creek.
The Coflee with tho Strength, Flavor
we will give
Five Pound Coffee at IJ5j
1 Nickel Dip Coffee Pot at 81.50
For thirty day you eave
GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford.
H. B. NORTHCOTT,
Will Pay the Highest
Kinds of Country
H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford-
MR. FARMEU: Make your home as modern for vour familv an a rltv
residence, and placo yourself in a nosition 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
tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest ollico or writo direct to
headqunrtcis, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far
mers' Line" rate. If you are uot at tireseut cniovluir telenhnno service, wa
cau immediately iuterest you. Our
Tenuessce, AUssissippl, .Louisiana aud
of the bc.t line of Men', Youth,'
W.M. BRJGHT, CASHIER,
J- W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH.
Stauford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford
and Aroma. For the uext HO day,
Market Price for All . j
lines cover the States of Kentucky,
the Southern portion of Indiana and
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