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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 24, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909092401_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 24, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Jp-- f "5r' ' "7' "' "tr -- W ' f -- ) v-r- r1 .'Ywptf -- TUi" f'wmm The Interiop Journal. tol. XXXVII. BRODHEAD. W. Hutchison, csshlor of tho bank hero. Installed a bank at Gravel Switch la.it Saturday. Mrs. Fred Hahn, who underwent a very painful surgical operation somo tlmo sjro, still llnRers with but littlo chance for her recovery. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Itlchard Shlvcl, a daughter. A few days ago Mr. Shi vel had a telephono placed In his residence and tho call number Is 13. Last Saturday thcro wns a hot con-tefor the nomination of n candldato for magistrate In this precinct. C. S. Armstrong was tho winner over Joel Woodall. Joo Sttith, of Illatt, has on exhibition horo a tweut potatn ho raised which Is 24 inched In length and nine inches In diameter at largest part; it Is not a string or sprout, but solid pota-t- o from end to end. Ed Albright and wife, Ilcn Piko and wife, J. T. Cherry, Joo I.aus, J. W. Tate. Clint Lear, John Kobins, Dick Urooks, John and Granville Leace wero those who attended tho State fair at Louisville from hero. Mrs. Per Shclton and children aro visiting In Doaton, Ky. Mesdames E-and J. W. Newland are visiting n Richmond. Mrs. Suslo U. Cherry is at for a few weeks. Olympian Spring George Frith has returned from n visit to friends in Winchester. Clevo Cable, of Havana, Cuba, is with his mother and sisters hero for two weeks. While wo are mentioning somo of Kockcaitlo's good citizens we shall not forget our friend and townsman, Mr. J. Thos. Cherry. Mr. Cherry Is 17 yean of ago and was born and reared near Hutler, Pendleton county. He moved to this county about 25 years ago and began farming with his father near here, lie taught one session of public school at Saycrs school house. Tom has tried several different occupations; teaching school, driving street cans, working in rolling mills, farming and studying telegraphy. Not satisfied with any of them ho began clerking In Neild and Crook's store at Altamont in 18S3 aud during that time ho was Miss Susie H, daughter of "Uncle Dock" and "Aunt Jane" Wood-yarHo soon became n partner with in tho merchantilo his father-in-labusiness and later took full control and y ho owns one of the largest and STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1909. HEWS ROTES. Hoe, head of It. Hoc & Co., printing press manufacturers, of New Xork and Lonlon, died an London after a short illness. Millard F. Pottlnger shot and killed himself with a Winchester rifio at tho homo of his brother, Leo Pottlnger, In Nelson county near New Haven. Judge Kcllcy decided that the local option election at Oris tol, Vn,, which was won by tho "wets," was legal. of The "drys" asked a suspension judment. This wss overruled by tho court. An appeal will bo taken. Joseph T. O'Neal, agedGl years, who n attorneys of was ono of the Loulsvlllo and Kentucky, a prominent lodgo man and a Democrat, Buccumbcd Tuesday to organic disorders after an illness of five weeks. Tho end was not best-know- MO. CO. J, Kibart I3S h fflgagagagaga ga ga ga st ga ga sWh Wza&fflisgM unexpected. Expert road builders, promoters of good roads and tho manufacturers of machinery met nt Cleveland Tuesday for tho second annual Delegates ingood roads convention. clude Governors and other officials from practically every Stato in tho union. Seven persons aro known to have lost their lives and property worth millions of dollars was destroyed by the gulf storm which swept over the Southern States. Hundreds of Summer homes along the coast were swept away nnd two steamers wcro sunk nt Vicksburg. Jeff McCarn, Attorney General, at Nashville, Tcnn., charged that the grand jury has signally failed to do its duty in tha matter of returning indictments for the violations of the prohibition law, that certain members of the grand jury whose names were not called aro standing in the way of such indictments being found, and appealed to Judge Hart to purge the inquisitorial body of these objectionable memroad-makin- g mrantee)' KS tea ga ga YOU are entitled in buying Hart SchafFner & Marx' to a most positive assurance of your satisfaction. Every dealer in our clothes is authorized you-- : to say this to ga Every garment made by, and bearing the label of Hart SchafFner & Marx, is guaranteed to be of ol all-wo- ga ga ga ga or wool-and-si- lk bers. a PREACH ERSVILLE. Horn, to the wife of Walter Hawley, fine girl. cotton added; fabrics, with no "mercerized" or other thoroughly shrunk before cutting; ' seams 5 sewed with pure silk thread tailored in clean, sanitary mnr-ried- to J. M. Lunsford sold two mules to D. M. Anderson, at $00 each. John Nay-lo- r sold to J. M. Cross ono mule for JC0. D. M. Anderson bought a mule of J. II. Klgsby for $75. Horaco Miller, of Hrodhead, visited relatives here. Mrs W T. H. White, of Cedar Creek, visited Mrs. F. F. Cummins. Virgil Roberts, who lives near Danville, comes here every Sun-ds- y rain or shine. Tho tobacco crrfp is from fair to fino and is nearly all housed. The raisers of the weed, who have labored so faithfully are deserving of n renumcrative price. While all are looking for a good price, it is certain that nono of the tobacco will sell so high as it did at Jamestown, Va., in early days when 100 pounds bought a wife. shops; and free from every defect of material or. workmanship. to-da- stores of general mermost chandise in the county. Somo folks think Tom is a littlo too "close fisted" but should you follow him up from day today it will bo seen that ho is just close enough to save whero others might let go to waste. Ho is a man slow to decide but firm in a decision, is always looking to the betterment of o things, always ready to give good to anv one needing it. has an cyo to business and is strictly business. Ilu a IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. W n mumbcr of the Iiantist church, republican and tho party may well be Archie Gragg, a prominent fnrmcrof proud of him. Ho is a subscriber to Pulaski, is dead after'a long Illness. tho Interior Journal. Henry Claunch, a prominent farmer of the Dabney section of Pulaski, U Night On Bald Mountain. dead, aged 51. He had been ill of tyOn a lonely night Alex. Itvntun of phoid fever for some time. Fort Kdwarils, X. V., climbed Hold Henry Waddle, a Somerset policeMountain to tho homo of u neighbor, man, shot to death Joo Smith, a Negro tortured by Asthma, bent on curing ho was placing in jail. Smith had a him with l)r. King's New Discovery, pistol that waddlo did not know about. that bad cured himself of asthma. This wonderful medicine soon relieved A Hurry Up Call. and quickly cured hit neighbor. Later Quick! Mr. Druggist- - Quick! -- A box It cured his son's wlfo of a scvcio lung of Ilucklen's Arnica Salvo Hero's .a trouble. Millions bollevo Its tho great- quarter -- For tho lovo of Moses, hurry! est Throat and Lung euro on earth. Habjr'sburiiedhlnigolf, terribly John, Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages nlo cut bis foot with the axe Mamlo's and Soro Lungs aro surely cured by scalded 1' can't walk from piles -It Host for Hay Fover, Grip and Hllllo has bolls and my corns ncho. Whooping Cough. f0c and 81. Trial She got It aud soon cured all tho fami bottlo frtu. Guaranteed by Penny's ly. Its tho greatest healer on earth. Drug Store. Sold by IVnny'b Dru Store. Commander Kobert E. Peary landed Sydney, N. S., Tuesday, and waB tendered a public reception of some pretensions. Ho mado a speech to tho populaco and was feted by the public oillcials of tho littlo seacoast city, Peary also issued a statement that ho would accept no invitations to-- receptions or public honors until the question of tho discovery of tho North Polo has been decided bv scientific authorities. Ho also promised that what ho knows will not bo very long delayed. More than that: The dealer is authorized to say that if the clothes are not right, or not satisfactory, your money will be refunded. Hart SchafFner & Marx ga sa ft SwffTsn-r CUMMINS & .WEARER ,, jjyrrjrflrTfcfl u -- HntSpl - fy ljljujj - .... u. - ..i a-- - r rx .x, - n. - - .a.. t"OR SALE1 FOR SALE IK-I- I Will n.lln ClotliliiuTHlHHiuniKJfiit' htoro, twiitt-- In the Ix'.t town In lloylu county. A great opport unity for thu Mock Drv OiKxIa, Notion. (Irocrrlvs, right num. Htovk wllllinoli-alKiut IVU. n HiinlMiirt'.TInwnri', Ac.; ntmul Aililrt'M M. J.,ruru Interior Inlr business. I.IU'nil terms. (1. II. IIAltlUH.I'rnuOrclmrd.Ky. 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He ought to be graduated by tho tlmo I finish." thirty-thousand Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I deilru to tell prlviiW'ly my .lock of bust-lit'.llurilwftru. liolim a gooil Will Involcu ttoout lifiui. Htnsoii III li.. ill III. OIIO. D. UOITKH, Htitnford. Ky. .. rond?, mllu from pike. In good neigh-liorhoo- d, close, to church, rural route and ! IjuhI nil very mile from school-housJifnrin In urn". Imhinco In cultivation; all under tood fence. Comfortable. Iiousu of six rooms: new Imrn and nil other nutliulldliius. Abundance ot ITno water and fruit of allllnds. J.T. MVINOKTON, It. K. fi. No.l.Htanrord, Ky. Tho little Candy Cold Curo Tablets called Frovontlcs, will In a few hours safoly check all Colds or LaGrlppe. Sold by Penny's Try them! Drug Store. 43-'i- c. m m ColTeo" Is tho cleverest Imitation of real coffee ever yetmaue. Dr. Snoop created It from pure parchmm ed gralna, malt, nuts, etc. Flno In A tickling ordry cough crti boqulck-l- y flavor Is mado In Just ono minute. loosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, Saniplo freo. Funny's Drug Store. "Health Sho wonders if I lovo herl I dine, without regrets, On gratis lunch, to buya bunch Of pesky violets, m a "There was a panic among tho dry- bathing girls this morning' "Ho is always bragging about his an"WhyT" cestors." "Just becauso a vacuum wagon hap"Well, tho poor fellow has no chipened to drlvo along the beach front." ldren." m nothlog unsafo or harsh. l'enuy's Drug Store. Sold by ny FenFalni of women, bead pains, or any money back, pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Relieves distressed stomach, belching Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo or gas, Ktc, In live minutes. Largo full formula on Uoo box. Sold by Ml-o-n- a Is guaranteed by O. L. to euro Indigestion or 600. 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If you are not at present enjoying telephouo service, wo peuses. The session begins Sept. 13, 1000. Wntejfor catalogue cau immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern jwrtioti of ludiaua and IlHuolT RICHARD HENRY CROSSFIELD, A. M., Ph. D. Pres. EAST TKNNKSSER TEU & TEL. CO. Ky. jyiHJ, Having sulTercd considerable annoyance nnd dumuttn from outlav s. In breaking Kate latches mid tearing down and destroying my nates, on the county roail that runs through my fiirm, I himi concluded toolter n reward for Information lending to the or persons. I conviction of such for Inforwill therefore glwtliu sum of mation leHrtlngtothuiirreatmid conviction of any party or parties, that luio broken Iiuvb tho latches on liny of my nates.or that gates sawed daw ii or torn down liny of my IK'uler In and Manufacturer of, county road which runs from tho oil the llu.tonvllle turnpike to the Mllleduetllle through Marblo and Granite Monu- turnpike, amount my farmland 1 wlllglvo for Information leading the tame, to the arrest mid conviction of uny iwrty or w ho In the future commit any ol the parties Marker nnd rusts, Cemetery nnd lJwn uluw.. fllTifl.S- band this loth day of August, Wltness my Vase. and helices. OlllCB mid works, REWARD. Harry Jacobs, ments, S. Hocler, President;, S. T. Harris, John J. McRoberts, Cashier; II. C. Daughman, Asst. Cash'r W.W.Saunders.Uookkeeper. t; DIRECTORS. . H. Baugbman, F. Keid, .1. M. Pettus. M D Elmore. II. C. Haughman, J. V. Cummins, no. C. Robinson, S. T. Harris. V. 11 O'llannon J. S. Hocker. C. K. Tate. 1798 Trapjijlvaoia University 1909 Continuing Kentucky University. - litl.lltiuiinn RURAL TELEPHONES. i. (INCOUI-OKATE- LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY box, Penny's Drug Store '- - r i i ii ' H The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY of IJnroln. As wa went to pres jMterday after noon, the 13th republican Judicial committee of thia district was In aeuion and nothtne had been done by Commit ftecmen Davison, Eatrldfte, Swope and Ransdell toward nominating any ono against Judge M. C. Saufley for circuit judgo. Judge Herndon, of Lancaster, is a candidate for the nomination, but the committee seems to be divided aa to the advisability of putting out a candidate. MATRIMONIAL, Georgo Jones and Hiss Viola Middle-toboth of the East End, were married at Preache raville Tuesday. ' n, i V K r ForCommonfftIth" Attorney, CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mcrcrr. For Htate Henntor, &. L. HUBBLE, of Mncolncountjr. ForJUcprcsentatlv, W. ,H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For Connty Attorney, W. S. BURCH Tup invert nf Ptah., nrrnrrilnff" to Dr.. Cook, contains only four tents, severa Eskimo men, eight women, 30 children a nd 108 dogs. Somo of our mountain villages can discount this in the number of children and dogs. To the Democrats of Lincoln County: The Road To Success has many obstructions, but nono so despcrnto as poor health. Success today demands health, but Klcctrlo Hitters is the greatest health builder the world has ever known. It comH)ls perfect action of stomach, liver, kld-nehowols, purities and enriches tho blood, and tones and Invigorates the Vigorous body and wholo system. keen brain follow their uso. You can't nltord to slight Electric Hitters or sickly. Only Wc. If weak, Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Storo, js, run-dow- n LADES SHOES - i fA ..,'.' ivVHt j , " V will A I.OU No. tm editorial, urging tho members of the InLincoln communicationF. on A. M. lint meet nml each stntm month, nt 7:.l tho noml-- . third Monday nights of democratic party to support For Circuit Clerk, Htano'clock in their hull on main nces of tho primary election. There i fonl, Ky. Members of sister lodges arc fraJ, D. SWOPE Penternally are democrats all over the countv ask- -' nington, Invited to he present. T. W. Heo. Foi Sheriff. Ing, who is tho nomineo for sheriff? V. L. McCARTY if These seekers after truth, know that a For County Court Clerk, certificate of nomination was given to GEORGE B.COOPER it is New Llverv. Mr. McCaxty, by the County CommitFor Jailer, Depot Street, tee. They know that I filed, in tho is DINK FARMER Phone 90s manner provided by law, a notice of contest, and also petitions from voters For Attestor, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. JOHN C PEPPLES in four precincts, asking a recount of in thoso precincts. They the ballots E A Dull For Huperfntendent of Hchooli, know that both before and after I had GARLAND SINGLETON taken these steps to correct the fraud, We, whose namei appear below, strictly For Coroner. nshlngorany I offere(Lsub1ic)y to abide a recount of forbid hunting, placet and will kind of viprose cutu on our GEORGE P. BRIGHT ,, W the ballots and asked nothing more. olators to the full eitcnt of the law. ' "Vb ' llelchenhaeh Urol. Sllis Mattle Ilewei, For Magistrate Htanfonl Dlitrlct, They know that tho County Committeo A.T.Traylor, Fred Kaumann. JAMES MeKECHNIE N. II. I'lumnier, by a vote of seven to five, refused to I.lllmrn (loocb, lt.O.Nunnelley. Will Hotter, b.A For Constable Htanforil Dlitrlct, hear the contest and dismissed it withJ.W. ItMUKhman. J.W. J'eek. y-- v Hartd Htevont, I. M. BRUCE J. K. Urncf, out a trial. They know that I then JohnOamenlicb. Wni.Oordler. .4 ". M. D. Klroore, Dan Traylor, filed a suit, In the Lincoln Circuit Court For Maglitrato;Crab Orchard Dlitrlct, KrvU Hiuidorf. notllhOllck. H.M. Anderson. to compel the Committee to try tho J.J.Thompson, J. WARD MOORE Mr. and Mrs. Ja. II. Kadi J. F. Moser, contest. They know that, after hearMrs. N. J. Horton A. Kllmin For Magistrate Hustonvllla Dlitrlct, Mrs. Oeo. logan. ing all of the proof, the Court decided J.J.11.Klllott. J.K.HELM.SR Daugherty, Frnnk Cordler, W. that the contest had been dismissed Kev. Father Lew, lir.O.O. ferry, For Magistrate WayDeaburg Dlitrlct, H. H. Kaugbman, any trial, and so entered a II. V.Ualni, without A. 1). Hoot. Uriah Albright. JOHN M. CAMDEM Dander judgment, directing the Committee to Mrs. Margaret Uooch, Jacob Traylor W. H. fteo.O.itreni, For Conitable Waynetburg Dlitrlct, , meet upon 'a certain day and hear the Hani John Jutr. . JOHN-GM. J. Holmann, BAUGH contest, as provided by law. They Amend rtchaefer, A. II. Matheny K.T. lleasley Mrs. J. J. Owsley, know that Mr. McCarty, in order to L. H. (lamer, M. J. Morgan, 1. l. Kagaley. JOE MAGEE smother the facts and prevent a recount H.T. Harrix, lt.O. Watklni. It. H.Urow. I. a candidate for Police Judgeofof Crab Or- of the ballots, executed a bond staying J. V. Hundley. chard, lubject to tho action the demo'. K. McClure, Mrs. Nannie 11. Good, pnrty and niki your support. cratic Atlton Itonrckrr. the execution of this judgment, and Anderson (Jarr. Fred Vontlmenlgan W. M. Hishon, carried the case to the Court of ApMri. KatAdnr T.U llaughnian, Mrs. Hehecca It. Carpenter NIc niuti. Mr. M. S. Baughman in this issue peals. They know that every step, "V. Kopatz. J. K. Moser, D. 8vlert, John H. Ia'h. forcibly presents his side of the ques- taken by me has been in strict compliTom Kvrrlll, Ohrlstlan Jneoli, tion, whether there shall be a recount ance with the party law and the statFredl'nyk. W.W. Pitman. of the ballots in the race for Sheriff. ute. They know that, in my notice of The editor of the Interior Journal is, contest, I charged that tho nomination always has been, and always expects of Mr. McCarty was obtained by fraud, to be a loyal supporter of the demo- and they know that a nomination so ob(i. L. PennyIs. II. Colloy K. II. Coleman cratic party, but at the same time, and tained is no nomination, and imposes because he believes it would be for tho upon them not the very slightest obli party's good he would be delighted to gation to support him. With all of see this controversy settled by some these facts, well known, it is not FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. kind of procedure that ought to be strange that members of the party, do satisfactory to both parties to it long not know who is, in fact and truth, the before the November election. In fine nominee of the party for the office of the editor of thia paper is so anxious sheriff. And it is not strange that they TItY OUK nominee. to see all differences settled and to will not support the Talcum Powder, keep all democrats on the firing line because they believe my charges of that he would almost be willing to join fraud are true, otherwise my opponent Sponge, in the request that the county com- would not ficht so hard to prevent a Path Hrtiehc, mittee open the ballot boxes and count trial of the contest, and they believe I Toilet and Ilnth Soap the ballots, praying and believing all was fairly nominated otherwise, he AND ESI'KCIALLY the while that all will be right and that would not fight so hard to prevent a re right will triumph. count of the ballots. Our Ice Cold Sxln Wntcr with Jersey C renin A reversal of the judgment of tho Tub ovation tendered Dr. Cook by the Circuit Court, by the Court of Appeals, and Fino Fruit Flavors. citizens of his4 home city at his arrival will not, in the slightest degree, change there Tuesday was wild, happy and the belief and intention of theso men, joyous. His wife and children were because, the reversal would not change the first to greet him in the early morn- the facts, or disclose the truth or falsity ing when Dr. Cook was transferred at of my charges, but can only be done, quarantine to a tug containing his fam- upon the ground that the action of the ily. The meeting between them was Committee can not be corrected by the Stanford, Kentucky. Just received a complete Hue of Fall and Winter Show for Men, Women tender and affectionate. Dr. Cook was Court. My charges of fraud and ille Mood and Box Calf. More transferred to the steamer Grand Re- gality would remain unanswered. This and Children in Patents, Vicis, Gun Metal, Ox public, on which a large number of his whole matter can be stopped and tho styles tliau ever shown before. Price are ulwnys the lowest. close friends were gathered. When he question as to who is the nominee satis was landed in Brooklyn the crowds factorily answered in but one way, and were so largo that tho militia and police that is by a recount of the ballots. Tho were barely able to keep down a riot, party law and statute provides for It 9 bo eager wero they to embrace the ex- and fair play demands it. So it seems plorer. Dr. Cook was tendered a pub- to me that if the party authorities want KY. lic reception at the Bushwick Club and the people to support the nominee, was lionized by his home people then they ought to settle fairly who is throughout the day. the nominee, and this they can easily Judge John M. Lassing, of the court do by a recount of the ballots. M. S. Baughman. of appeals, is a candidate for to succeed himself from the Gth (INCORPORATED.) POLITICAL. Kentucky district before the primary The State wide factions of the DemNov. 2. Judge Lassing is ono of the ablest, if not the ablest on the appel ocratic party in Tennessee met at late bench and his every effort in the Nashville in conference, with delegates present from every section of the law has been crowned with success His decisions are concise, broad in in State. Plans to aid in tho enforcement terpretation, learned in the law, honest of the prohibition laws were adopted. President Taf t, greeted at Denver by in convictions and possessing a rich order of scholarly attainments, and his a large crowd, changed his plan, and Drill If decisions rank among the best thathave instead of discussing the conservation been handed down by the court of last of national resources, defended the tax FARM resort for years. We hopo he will not on corporation In an exhaustive arHe declared that he was have any opposition for the nomination gument. from the democrats and we are sure he against a direct income tax except in -:- -:- can defeat any republican that is pitted times of great national need, even should the States 'ratify tho amendagainst him. ment to the Constitution. Gov. John A. Johnson, three times elected Governor of Minnesota, a can CHURCH MATTERS. Tho Colleo with tho Strength, Flavor and Aroma. For the next 30 days didate for the Democratic nomination Rev. George D. Vcrco will begin a for President of the United States in wo will give meeting at Pino Grove next 1908, and looked upon by many through woek'a Monday at 7:30 o'clock. 81 75 Five Pound Collee nt U5d out tho country as tho probablo Demo The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chris-tia- n Will 1 50. All 1 Nickel Dip Colleo Pot at 81.50 cratic national standard bearer in 1912, church will meet in tho lecture died at St. Mary's Hospital at Rochesof 83 25 ter, Minn., Tuesday morning, following room at 2:30 o'clock next Saturday. Rev. H. R. Mills, who married a an operation last Wednesday, Tho Na 81 25 For thirty days you mo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John II. tion mourns Uie loss of one of its great Bright, of this county, sends us a picest and best men. ture of a church of which ho is pastor at Rock Hill, S. C. It la a handsome Figures are said not to lie, but given structure and has a large membership. a fashionable corset and a dressmaker Amid the polar howdy-don to her job, female figures are often That now doth rage made to lie like a republican campaign The jungle news U banUhed to H- An inside page. orator. strt-evt- , In Tuesday's issue of the Interior Journal, there appeared an extended MASON'S MEET. i B. D. CARTER, POSTED. Our selection of Ladies' Fine Shoes you do are indeed beautiful and not our not wear a pretty Shoe fault. The quality the very best, the styles .are perfect, with Suede, to wide Cloth and kid tops. at $3. $3.50 and $4 the pair. -- . V . HolK-rts- H. J. McROBERTS Stanford. Ky. - i i i Look! Look! - Look! PENNY'S DRUG STORE, hi-r- e SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, jB"1. f!S Stanford Garage & Machine Co, AUTOMOBILES, FEED CUTTERS, GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, you want the Best "Hoosier." For sale' by IMPLEMENTS. made, try the AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT. E. T. PENCE, STANFORD, KY. H. B. NORTH COTT, Pay the Highest Market Price for Country Produce, Scrap Kinds Iron and Rubber. GIVE IT ATRIAL. o B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford- GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. V f ' p ? No where is the advantage of buying the best better exemplified than in the purchasing of dependable wearing apparel. This 'store has since its organization enjoyed the reputation of selling the best merchandise at the lowest possible price. To prove that this store holds the confidence of the community, we could place before you hundreds of testimonials to the fact that the goods we sell are worth the money asked for them and if any article should happen to be otherwise it will be made good by this firm. Our Fall goods are coming in every day and the new goods in the rich Autumn shades are indeed pretty. We are offering some splendid attractions. See the new Suits, Skirts, Dress Goods, Shoes, Neckwear, Etc. A PROFITABLE INVESTMENT. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. i Let co. mo injure your barn and W. A. Trlbble, Stanford. A tobne- - & SON. shoes. STANFORD KY. L. It. Iltiglics T. W. Hiimblo W. O. Mirttn "Buster Brown," children's Cummins & Wcaren. Btasfokd, Ky., - Sr.iT. 21, 1909 SrtciAi. Joan of Arc 10 cent dear wo will Hell on Saturday! and Sunday only Penny's Drug Store. C cenU straight. PERSONALS. Mns. Susan U. Yeageii Is 111. Harry Higoins loft today for Clif- For Rent. Four room cottago with Messrs. A. R. Matheny and B. D. Wearing a smile that splits his four acres of ground in good portion of lloltzclnw had the misfortune to have countenance from ear to ear, Clarence Nashvlllo. their silos blown over by tho storm 'of Colpmsn, n popular,?lerk at the Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. Mr. It. G. Hampton has gono to the Tuesday night. is proudly announcing the ara fow banks of the Rockcastle for mm The Ladles' Aid Socioty of tho Preshis first born. The Sam Owens Hocker was arrested rival of a son. fish. days' byterian church will meet with Mrs. youngster will bo named Clarence of Columbus, Bettio McKlnney at 2:30 Friday Wednesday night for having a suit Mr. K. P. Owsley, case of beer in his possession by Dep Clements Coleman after his father, and Ga., Is spending a fow days here with Clem W. Huggins. Louisville Time. uty Sheriff Hester. his father. of Lancaster, Capt.Wm. Herndon, White Bros, tho Crab Orchard Wednesday was a red letter day in I am agent for the Ladies' Home was here yesterday before the judicial water men, had an order of their Iratl led It was a water from Newfoundland last week. Journal and Satureay Evening Post. the history of Danville. committee. Give me your subscriptions. Miss memorable occasion because of the layIn It is popular the world over. MR. and Mrs. P. W. CAiiTEit aro ing of the corner-ston- e Josephino Carpenter. of the $80,000 Lexington attending the C. W. U. M. . m government building on tho corner of I mil. hn at tho bank each Saturday Convention. Lecture. Rev. George D. Verco fourth and main streets. The schools Orch Mesdames Frank North and Will to collect tho taxes for tho Crab will lecture on his trip to Australia at and banks declared half holidays and Penalty goes on Rlffe, of the West End. are with Mrs. ard Graded School. Goshen church on Saturday evening, everybody celebrated. The Masons STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Oct. 1. Georgo W. Bronaugh. Jesilo SUgg. Oct. 2, beginning at 7:30. had charge of the corner-ston- e laying Mrs. S. J. Human is visiting her and at these ceremonies II. G. Sandifer cotFor Rent. My farm of 250 acres in For Sale. Beautiful pretty niece, Miss Lillian Garner, In tho Walnut Flat section; 60 acres for tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- as grand master was in charge with the Kast End. 70 meadow, balance for gan avenue. Price and terms to suit Hickman Carter as Senior Warden and Attohneys Geo. U. Saufley and L. corn, 13 wheat, Mary J. N. Saunders, of this place, as Junior E. Logan, Stan- purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. in Mt. Vernon yester-da- y pasture. Mrs. It. Hushes were Wnrden, nfter consecration ceremonies ford, Ky. on busineis. Ixst on Court Day, Sept. 13th, one Rev. II. C. Garrison the orator of the TUB Warren Grigsby Chapter, U. D. OrEMNO of Fall and Winter millinery lanjo red steer, weighing over 1,000 day delivered on address touching upon C., will meet Saturday with Mrs. J. C. on Thursday. Sept. 30. Everything lbs. Last seen on Hustonvillo pike. Masonry and its value. The services Hays at 3 o'clock. from n baby cap to an auto hat. Every- Notify M. J. Farris, Danville. Ky. at the building were concluded with John Jones, of Stonega. Va., is here body invited. Mips Kiln May Saunbenediction by Rev. Everct Gill. A R. G. Jones, Moses Ballard, Company "G." to see his mother, Mrs, ders. short time after the ceremonies at the 123rd U S. Colored Infantry. Wanted who continues yuite ill building the immense crowd went to Rev. William Cloyd and daughter, Wk keep everything good for tho information of tho above soldier or his tho campus of Central University where Arizona, "School family. Address J. N. Saunders, Atty., Miss Ruth Cloyd, of Tucson, Kld'a" lunch basket. Try our thev listened to a speech by CongressweroRuestsof tho family of Mr. Cicero puro sugar stick candy. Just received Stanford, Ky. man Harvey Helm, of Stanford, who Reynolds. a fresh shipment of codec Instructions in Irish Crochet given was largely instrumental in securing Miss Mary Hughes, who makes her and as good as ever. Geo. I). Hopper. by Mrs. W. N. Craig Tuesday and tho appropriation for this building as This Stove is what tobacco men use iu their barns. The homo at tho Cicero Reynolds home Thursday afternoons. Those who wish well as an appropriation for park at W. J. Duncan nt tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money. You can here, is visiting Mrs. Bio CucUMnEH John Robinson, to join the class will please notify her Perry villo battle ground. His speech McKinncy. colored, showed us a cucumber Wednes- at once. Phone 182. was a worthy effort and was well begiu ttripping sooner. You can put to $ iu your bam. Miss Eluareth Moser. of Now day that weighed 3 pounds. He got it deserved to be. The day Ben Blakely, our regular clothes was closed with a speech by Hon. Ben Albany, Ind., who has been with her the seed from a Washington, la., farmer Call and see them. iitter,Mrs. John Reichenbach. returned and many of tho other cucumbers were cleaner and pressor, has been taking Lee Hardin, of Hnrrodsburg. Men of homo Wednesday. almost as largo as the one ho showed. his two weeks vacation but will return prominence in Masonic and business for duty Monday, Sept. 20th, ready for circles from many places wero in atMr. Roy Rose, who has been visiting his wifo at Hustonvilic, returned to Recital. -- On Friday night Sept. 24, business. Cummins & Wearcn. tendance. It was a day long to be Etowah, Tenn. Mrs. Roso and chil- at 8 o'clock Miss Mary Walker Higgins For Sale or Trade. One 10 horse remembered by the citizens of "Little days. will give n pinno recital at tho Library dren will follow in a fow power Nichols & Shepherd traction en- Britain." Saun-der- s Auditorium, assisted by Miss Elizabeth Messrs. J. W. Ireland, J. N. Murray Taylor nttendod the Sallcc, violinist, and Mrs. J. R. Joptiii, gine and two mounted saw mills, log and J. wagons, etc. All in good condition. laying of tho Now iiovcrn-men- t vocalist. cornor-stonAdmission free. Somerset Call on or address O. W. Potts, RichbulldinR at Danvillo Wednesday. Journal. mond, Ky. We bvt mosl our produce, hide nnd Logan, wife, nnd Miss MR. Hume poultry lutm'iii Irom Mer'ttnll to our Fou Sale. I will sell privately all Eva Carter and Mr. Carter Lognn arLightning Gasoline Engines, Wilder aturu recently purclmml of (iurland from postollUv. Wo ttlll y medical books, instruments, n flno Strong whirlwind rived in their auto from Loulsvlllo feed cutters and pay imIi foriill kinds of country produce, l.A.Nii.1 Ilrcit na.v, Htimford, Ky, Mrs. James II. microscope, good buggy and horso and blowers. Lightning crushers and grindto visit Mr. and 5? T lot of poultry and incubators. Have ers. Line shafting, pulleys and hangHanRhman. MRS. MARY Richert, who has been placed all accounts in hands of P. M. ers, belting, gas engine oil, etc. Stanvisiting friends and relatives in Switzer- McRoberts for collection. Mrs. L. B. ford Garage Co. Other peoplo are living comfortably. Why should not you? It is so simplo when you think it over. People live happily and land for past four or flvo months, has Cook, Admx. comfortably because they don't worry. If you have money in returned to Crab Orchard Springs, after Dock Padgett In Trouiile Again. tho bank, always ready for ubo when you want it, yet always Bought Another Home. Dr. G. Wk Kidney. iurly point to ireak kidney a delightful trip. At the reunion of old soldiers, near Kent. The Kidney, lib theUIrart, and the safe from robbery or lire, you escape a world of worry. Tho upjmiuKH Godfrey Daruishire, of G. Perry has bought of tho Cash heirs Kings Mountain loBt week, Dock Pad- Btomach. find their vreakne, not In the ortmn thing is to stait a bank account n dollar will do, If a dollar ItMlI. bat In the nam that control and tiild will start a bank account, YOU CAN DO IT TODAY. London. England, and Shelby banders, tho residenco on West Main street, oc gett knocked Green Skidmore in the and ttrenithea them. Dr. Shoop'i IlettoraUT 1 ipedflcallr crepared thee of Now Orleans, and Miss Mary Shelby, cupied by Rev. D. M. Walker, for head with a club. Skidmore has been a medicine nerree. To doctor the to reach alone, rontrolUn Kidney Begins of "Arcadia," were the guests of Mrs. $3,250. Wo aro glad Dr. Perry and in a precarious condition ever since. li futile. It U a milt oi time, and ol money as Iloro is something WK KNOW; a dollar In the bank draws others his excellent family will continuo to Padgett has been put under $300 bond. well. ronr back achu or.Ii weak. It the nrln If P. M. McRoberta. to It. Why? How? Because you have seen how easy it is to tcaldi.ortidark and itronf , If you have lymptom Born, to tho wifo of Mr. S. J. Bell, make Stanford their homo. A few days before that, ho cut a man of Brlf lite or other dlitreulnf or dangeroui start and you will Had it still easier to continue by putting all dlaeaie, try Dr. Shoop't KeetoraUre a month Tho son Wednesday. a you can sparo in tho Dank. If your money comes to you in by tho name of Lucas several times. Tableu or Liquid and tee what It can and will S. J. Mr. James I. White and children lump suras, come to our bunk and deposit it. Get a book of do for you. DrutyUt recommend and call youngster has been christened checks, and when you pay out your money, uso check. They are Bell, Jr. Papa Bell is all smiles over and Mr. J. C Collier and wifo loft Harry Jacods, the McKinney monusafe, euro, convenient. Always Know inai you are paying tne 22 Tuesday for Tucson, Arizona, to locato. ment man, got the contract from Mr. the new arrival at his home. right amount. No danger of bills sticking together; no silver 4 of Mr. Collier has been troubled with his $ Messrs. II. G. Briuoewaters, falling from your hand and slipping through a crack. Deposit J. C. Coulter, of Middleburg, for the 2y with us and call our Dank Your Bank. Birmingham, and W. S. Epperson, of lungs and goes with the hope of hav- erection of a handsome granite monuMorcland, arrived Wednesday to see ing them cured but Mr. Whito and ment for his wifo in the Middleburg WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK, Waynesburg, Ky. Mr. W. S. Warren, who suffered a children were forced to loavo, Stanford cemetery, and also from Mrs. Mnry .. . . because they could not get a house Albright, of Brodhead, for one of the r...'.....w.. -of paralysis n few days ago.. stroke hero. Our roonicd men should ponder same design to go In tho McKinnoy over tho thought that they aro making cemotcry over the grave of her son, LOCALS. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. such a .good man as Mr. Whito seek Manly Albright. FRB6H Portland cement at W. II. other homos simply because they will not spend somo of their money for Higglns'. We aro securing the data to show the homes that they can rent readily at rank and Mo of tho republican party See those school shoes at Cummins good prices. And they mado the money Of product) of It Jennet of Kentucky' what proportion of the offices and liett & Wearen's. in Stanford too. nnd lunm'ti, that they receive, and rt'Klitrrvd etock, II lack Lxxlcgton, Ky tomam tal SI brad; to Im eold nt on TIIl'KHDAY, HKIT. 1)0, J WO. what good berths and remunerations f Pure cannel coal at J. 11. Baughman Smooth Trick. Mr. J. L. Sloan that tho machine crowd holds and at I o'clock. Hale nt Gentry Htock Ynrde, &Co'r. Try a load. was worked to tho tuno of 17.81 on a draws in Lincoln county. It will be in- umlur ebeller, ruin or thine. Nothing priced I have onu room for rent in Craig forged order Monday. Shortly after teresting reading,, Tho plums have his wife arrived in town somo man been luscious, but thoso who havo enproperty. Mrs, Catherino McClary. II ) handed her an order saying pay this Expert workman on gasoline engines man $7 81; I have no checks nt home joyed them have been fow. , .i?e secured by application to tho can and signing Mr. Sloan's name. UnBaroain. 351 acres of good land, of W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER. Stanford Gnrago & Machine Co. Si H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT suspecting, as women mostly are, Mrs. which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roo. p . J' W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. dwelling, two good stock barns, J. B. PAXTON, Sept. 25th, is tho last Sloan went to the bank, got tho money Saturday, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER day for filing turnpike, miscellaneous, and gavo it to tho man. She suspect- new tobacco barn, 36x90. ico house, HVY8 FOSTER, CLERK. and merchants' claims against Lincoln ed nothing until sho spoke with her buirtrv house,, two corn cribs, etc.. two , v DIREOTORSt Georgo II. Cooper, County husband about tho occurrence when ho good cisterns, tho whole farm being county, at once came to town and started a well watered, well fenced and lays well. Clerk. Owsley, Stanford; S. II, Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. CarterStanford J. Ii. i ... . hunt for tho imposter. He has heurd Will sell as a wholo or cut 200 acres iii ir ci..,v cio..r.,v.i. i. w. !...... i!i....c...i. w .1, uiuuu, uiauiuiu, T t .u- - ' t tJOUU 11, .COBiei) ouiuiuiu, claims against fha estate of Mrs. nothing from either the man or the with Improvements, to suit purchaser, tUfttWitlLaHJU AdLP XJMIBr All kiu, Lancaster; J. B. Paxtou, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, Lucy Cash presented to me properly money and we predict he will not do so. which lacludw 100 acres as fine bottom Gilberts Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. proven and verified at the First NationIt will juat be a costly experience, land as there Is In the county. This Is or (olikwlrately. Nfwl not apply for prl- II. Cummins, PreAchersville; Lilburn al Bank, Stanford, Ky., will bo paid. which we'll wager Mr. and Mrs. Sloaa a bargain, See L. It, Uugh.es, Stan vuueuii). wrltu tor catalog. Goocb, Gilberts Cix'ek. T. II, Adame, I). H.CoiiiIm, Islington, Ky., Ex'or. will not soon forget. U. C. Bauhmin, ford, Ky. J, W.UUuklulward, llotlKl.Ky. Post-office, m ton Springs. New York. Mrs. W. H. Shanks went to Richmond yesterday to visit the homcfolks. Miss Brrta Jean Penny left Wednesday to enter Ward's Seminary at lot of tobacco sticks. Phone No. 188 when you want tin- Felix White, Stanford. Phono C--l nlng and plumbing done. W. K. War Fall Opening. -- Noel Sisters kindly ner. rings. invite you to attend their annual Fall opening of Eastern and Domestic PatWatch for Duster Brown and his For Sale. Two young sows. Young terns, which will be shown Saturday, and thin in order. Mrs. E. C. Walton, dog, "Tlge." They aro coming. CumSept. 25, 1909, at Danville, Ky. 2t. Stanford. mins & Wcaren. The Advocate 'says that Judges M. Hand-madcorn knives 25 cents, nnd C. Saufley, of this place, and S. D. Lost, a ladies' short black coat, between Stanford and Walnut Flat. Re- "King Charm" barn door rollers and Vanpelt were tho prominent speakers track at Georgo D. Hopper's. ward l( returned to this ofllco. nt the Klngsvilte reunion. The paper The court of appeals has advanced further states that Squire J. R. Dudds, Your graded school taxes nre due In of Danville, also "delighted" his audiHustonvillo district. Penalty goes on the case of democratic executive committee of Lincoln vs M. S. Baughman. tors with a great spell binder. Oct. 1st. J. If. Hockcr, Treasurer. For Sale. Our stock of heating stoves, grates, coal hods, etc., are In. Come and see them. W. II. Higgins. Fall Goods. Wc aro receiving Fall Goods every day. Ginghams in Plaids, Stripes, Ac. Shoes in Patents, Vicis, A'c. Outings, Flannelettes, n full line of Blue Grass Madras, Percales, Novelties, mostly in jet; nice line of Ribbons; a full lino of Underwear; Gentlemen's Shirt; a full lino of Serge, in nil colors for School Suite, Ac, and other things too numerous to mention. We invito your inspection. You will find our prices right and our goods the best that the market can furnish. e HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., m m in m -i Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes. five-roo- m The Dixori Tobacco Saver. Knr-a-va- n W. H. HIGGINS, x,w, lnr, o NOTICE! Stanford, Kentucky. Weak Kidneys it t mujNr, ,T. irs CAfNJv. .w Then Stick to It. kid-ti- Dr. Snoop's nosiorative ... ....K. .KM..... ..,.7 " PUBLIC SALE Cbc Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. ' ii Capital Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 4O.000.O0 340,000.00 m .., i' ii.: hikile&& .i3.A- - W i-- tl.tf,-- . jr n . .1, .'..j j .li .. iJ' 3wr.rqHNw,'r .. vw-rf-- i jm T -- yrvni mv r-- sr"W . j,u pn !Mffwyj-iiP"-Tiy- r 4k - D . Winter seed oats for sale. W. D. 4t- Hanson, Horeland. Winter seed oats for sale, Jones in Ike Pott- - Qfiu at Stanford JrKrj Baufthman, Morcland, Ky. Iwond-ciamatter. Wo hayo 35 or 40 No, 1 feeding hogs for sale at once. Lutes & Co., Huston- villc, Ky. No. II, Month, 11 ! P.M. Thurlow Jones bought of William No. ,Houth, 11:13 A M. No.JI,North,4!W A. M.. hogs, good nnd fat Moscr 10 No. H. North, 5:17 r. ones, at 7c. No. 17,10:47 A.M. No.SS.isMF. M. For Sale. Seed wheat. Phono in C. C. & King Carpenter, residence. S. RICE, JOS. 2t. Huitonvillo. The Danville Ice & Coal Co. bought 100 barrels of corn from John Yeager, of Doyle, at.J3.00. Surgeon J. H. Bauchman sold to W. T. Kob- - KENTUCKY. Inaon. of Mercer, a rmlr of his show STANFORD, mules for a little over $C00. Office over McRoberU Drug Store in S. J. Bell bought of J. T. Short, of He also the Owsley Building Casey, a mare for $190. bought ono from Miss Anna Darst for I $175. Ton Sale. About 50 tons of Rood grass The farm ot lWacres, of good blue land, Htiinlord mile North of McKlnney .on timothy hay in stack; will havo baled as pike. Improvement! and the of water and fruit. soon as can sell. G. Y. Conn, Lancas Veres of timbered land one mile "Si .135 good; plenty under feneetplonty ter, Ky., It. F. D. No. 1. East of McKlnney;hlf .land. of water and good tobacco An aged yellow Jersey cow, frco NH, Agen!" J. A. milker but with ono blind teat, left my place Tuesday Aug. 3. Please notify N. W. Fowle, Rowland, Ky. The Interior Journal. FARMER'9'DiPAKTMlWT. L. SN.TIMETHBLE Agent. McKINNKY. Mln Alma Henderson, of Trinity, is the guest of Miss Anna Gooch. McKlnney Coal & Feed Co. reports the coal business improving right along. Mr. O. C. Dillon has rented me Mies farm for next year from,Q. R. Jones, adm'r. Mrs. Wm. Wheat, of Middleburg, will eo to Louiiville this week to pur chase Fall stock of goods. Rumor has it that several oi our young people will decide their fato at tho matrimonial altar beforo many snows fall. Tho Misses Gooch havo conducted tho e in such a business in tho manner that the patrons are much pleased with them. Be It said to their credit because tho post masters catch it Miss Ruth Tanner left Wednesday Mr. Uob for Georgetown College. Clothier, of Somerset, makes his visit to this place short but pointed, I judge, from tho smile on a certain young lady's face. w nro infnrmfMl that Dr. Barker. president of tho Hustonvlllo Telephone Co.. has decided on account of the in crease in business to give us an ex change hero. Miss Archio Coffey will bo the operator ond it will bo in their post-ofllc- Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of the A. S. PRICE, Dentist, FARM FOR SALE Citizens National Insurance Company Believing that 'they WANT such a company; believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26 ; and below are the amounts of subscriptions for each week; life a ;rx '- - rr-cro- Fall and Winter Stock. fc exHave your measure taken by n tailor of low whether perience. Then your clothe,, Onest evening the price business suit or Individuality and lit clothes, will have that which plolnly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will also take your mens, ure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats and overcoats. Hnrlng and Hummer samples on hand ready for your Inspection. The Tailor, II. 0. RUI'LK Y.Stanford, Ky. or well as the freshest all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers,ofon short wreaths Also niako a specialty notice. for for funeral purposes. ( In connection with the nlKJve, I have nil xtndslof veietnbles on hand nt reasonable "'"OHMSTMAN CJ11KKN IIOUHEH. Ed HUBiiAitn. rnoR. Htanford, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! w 1th the best, I can furnish the public flowers, plants of cut ns tniurf s Tobacco and Tobacco Earns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, W. The Insurance Han, ICesldence Phone Insure with nie and be fully protected. STANFORD, KY. 3: Office, acres of Lancaster on Richmond pike, will grazo cattle at u. x, conn, 75c per head per month, Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. W. C. Carpenter, of Pcrryville, sold to Wm. Moss, Sr., 15 feeding cattle, averaging 940 pounds, at $4 60. Mr. Mr. Carpenter also bought a bunch of average, at butcher cattle, 4c Advocate. A red steer, weight about 500 pounds with horns and red paint on right hip, got in my bunch as I was leaving Stanford Monday. Owner can get same by paying for this notice and his keep. W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. Dr. G. G. Perry is having his fine trottinK stallion, Don Varrick, trained by Lawrence Rogers, who now has the speedy fellow at Lexington. With very little training he has showed quarters in 35, a 2:20 gait. By the way, a Lin coln county man refused $140 for a suckling colt by Don Varrick this Cattle fln nnatnrn. Men!- -I have 200 21 miles from residence Mini Alma Thomas, of Phil. LaSCV county, who has been visiting at Moro- land, stopped over here a wnuo to sea her brother, Cleo Thomas. Mr. J. S. Murphy made a business trip to Somerset and other points south in the inter est of his mill. J. L. Beck has gone to Wayne to receive a bunch of nice Polled Angus steers thaf ho bought a while back. Mr. E. J. Tanner attended the Mr. G. T. Ashlock, we are sorry to state, is very sick. His wife has also hpon nick for several months. It 'looks to an ontsidcr as if they have had their share of aflliction. J. Lee Murphy ana wife, of Boyle, aro with his parents. Mrs. J. S. Coleman, of Aurora, Intl., is having quite a pleasant sojourn with her son and daughter at this place. Mrs. C. II. Wright. Miss Anna Gooch and others took advantage of the ex Sunday. cursion rates to Cincinnati Mr. O. C. Dillon and family, of Burn- side, aro visiting Mr. J. J. Eliott, his father-in-lit- State fair. First Week, August 2nd, $106,960.00. Total Second Week, August 9th, ' Total Third1 Week, August 16th, Total Fourth Week, August 23rd, $200,240.00. .,' $345,000.00. ' NJ-- week. Two Small Farms for Sale I One containing 23 acres, good n room dwelllng.pood stock barn and outbuildings, every field well all under 1 good fence ond orchard, 8 years watered; acre lu young of old; IS acres In Brass:,all In good stateand cultivation; raised 100 pounds tobacco per ncre on It last year. IS bushels wheat 1'rlce. $). Hecond tract of H acres with tenant house, 8J foot tobacco bam. well watered. 3U acres under new fence, balance In lino timber. 15 acres yell cleared, H. line corn and tobacco Innd. t 8 miles Mouth of Stanford on Homer-se- 1 No. 1 Is ou pike; No. S is pike. Tract mile from plko on county road O.Address or II. HhKHi. see me ut Htanford, Ky. d John Dolan. of Lexington, is to judge saddle horses at the the Louisville Horse Show the week of Oc tober 11, according to announcement from the metropolis of the State. Mr. Dnlan is one of the best known owners saddlers in and breeders of the State, and his selection, it is as- suredf will be satisfactory to the exhibitors. George C. Clausen, of New sad York, will judge the three-calledlers, and as he served last year with eminent ability, it is expected that he will be able to satisfy this time. five-Raite- d five-eaited Go With A Rush. INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life. Live Stock.Hea.th and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Idis-cou- nt. R. B. MAHOINY J.L.Beazley&Co., UndeitiKers and Embalm eri. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for tU Kinds oi Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. The demand for tLat wondorful Stomach. Liver and Kidney euro, Dr. King's New Life l'llls Is astounding Penny's Drug Store people say they never saw tho like. Us because they never fall to euro sour Stomach, Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness, Jaundice, Sick Headache, Chills and Malaria. Only 25c. "I could perfect my machine if I could get anybody to believe in me." "Yet you are undoubtedly a genius. "That's just the trouble. Everybody Great Mule Show At State Fair. thinks it isn't safe to trust a genius Horsemen and iudces of mules were with money." all together in declaring that the mule g It Is tho weak nerves that are show in the livestock pavilion at 10 out for help. Then help them, o'clock yesterday morning was the best don't drug the stomach or stimulate that has ever been given in Kidneys, that is wrong. The animals were of excention- - the Heartor Vitalize these weak Insldo nerves with al quality and represented much mon Shoop's Restorative and see how ey. The competition was Btrong, ne Dr. fast good health will come to you cessitating close decisions, and the Sold by Test it and see. rings were well filled. Many of the again. Penny's Drug Store. classes had nine to twelve entries. Harry Lazarus, of Bowline Green. one of the largest mule dealers in the South, and a man of such unerring of conWe are In position to judgment that ho has been the do creting, such ns Mock Uo nil kinds Work. l'uvements imug qualities in all parts of the and. In fact, wo can niHkeiinyWo caniromf cider of serve bouse down to a fence ;iost. s South, from New Orleans to the At you promptly and guarantee Call nnd get our prices work lantic seaboard, acted as Judgo in yes before nnd material. material in icu.i. you buy yuur terday s show. Ho said that he had never seen a herd of mules that surpassed in qualiStanford, Ky. ty the body of animals in the ring yesterday. Mr. Lazarus declared that FINE FARM IN GARRARD C0UN he ws mighty glad to boo the interest TY FOR SALE I in mules growing so fast in Kentucky, ,. . ., . ...... Irxm tnlu ItMntiiil fltl and said that the hich prices have VpVma?rom'i I'lveiiur.d .71 ,,,iie. caused the rapid development of the joutK of industry. part of the John Walker tract, with a hand- seteu-rooirr.iucuc Tne awards made yesterday follow: some new. thereon, Willi nil necessary outbuildings arid in harness: Rood, Jiew barn )xDU. Well watered, six King 78 fair ot mules falling springs unci creek running First, Ben F. Craddock, Nolin, Ky ; never ' Tkkmh'. i ensh In hand, balance one nnd second, E. H. Wise, Shelby viile, Ky.; t o years from day of sale, bearing six per third, J H. Baughman, Stanford, Ky cent interest until paid. ,.,..,. ...- ...... mr Iting 79 Horse mules 3 years and rIvrsuiisiooiiiiKW. O.,ui:u Waikkh, Htanford. see over: First, Ben F. Craddock, Nolin, Ky.; second, B. H. Wise, Shelbyville, Ky.; third, J. II. Baughman, Stanford, or-loken-turlt- 8469,460.00. Total Fifth Week, August 30, $601,700.00, Total Sixth Week, Sept. 6, " $738,220. v Total Seventh Week, September 13. $834,660.00. Eighth Week Over $1,000,000.00. IF YOU AREIINTERESTED. FILL OUT AND MAIL This COUPON W. II. GKKUOKV, Loui8Vii.i.i:, HTAMXlltll INTIIIIIOn JOl'UN.U. CONCRETING llr.t-clas- Ky.: Plenc wnd me full information as to thojClTI.KNS NATIONAL LIFK INSURANCE COMPANY. Name AdilrcM PHILLIPS BROS., Farm for Rentfor 1910. T SURVEYING VZllZlCi ii two-stor- y .. ... llrlb linu.n f f im rooms hams, cribs nl nil outbulIilliiu aii(lllnosi)rlii:liicruof liotlom Imiilt 11114I i u'ihhui v..i.inp in ,.;.... 111... nvics ....t...i ""- -' run.irrn. oum tliiibur. "... " rteeilliiK rldlils llils rent lM!?oru Hept. 15. Oiillon MUI.HAUIK J. Htnurcmt, Ky. It. K. I). No. 1. ... AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- J. J. BELDEN, CnrrlArn I'nlnllniriinil Trim. inlnti. 1'biht lUnnliiii, dun unit Ixjcluinllli-Inn- . Kor HoUmmiiiiI I nm prepnml toilonll klmlsot uroyliia prumptly. My urkl. nml will l.t .iinrntiii.Hl nnil inv rrlcrs aro rrn-- I ......till. U'.Hhin.i.i MiWliiiii.v iir .'nil 11111 1)T tlHl'tfll'lllKIIU thruiiRlitlio ttuiluuvlllu JO Kxcliitut(u. , WAI rKHMi'KINNKY. HliopoiMltoiUiiot, J. J. lliUir.N.HUnfunl, Ky PER CT. REDUCTION, C. B. PRUITT, FARMS FOR SALE from dwelling, go Oounty. at Juiili. Lincoln lias on ItKy. good McKlnney. 1 I Thi McKlnniy Wooltn Mills, McKlnney, Ky. Moroland, Kontuoky, For UU days. In order to clean up on Mat tliiks. Druggets, Carpets, lings, Ktc. Will give lUHr cent, ivdiii'tlnn. J line some rare bargains In millinery. Home big bargains In clu.e outs In wall paper. Nice selection of frnmrd picture.. Now Is jour time lo buy a haniltdiiui mantle mirror. Call mid see them. Choice selection o( rooters. IIimh1 Mueof IhhIs, metal and wood, metnl .and wood folding ImiIs, erlbs.cots.mnttress-tes- . snrlllUS. euunehea. l)uininrt. nlinlr. (Suitcases, grtis, trunks, extension tnbles, centre tables, medlclnu cabinets, glass, i sash, doors, Ac. Call and see us. eu eouippeii .iocs of lunernl supplies, Hert Ice night or day. CI. II. rUITT. Moreland. Ky. l STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. f. C. McClary, jdt-JL- .f Undertaker. Kmbalmer ard Dealer In'.Harnesa, Saddlery, STANFORD, C Ky. Iting No. 80 Horse mules, 2 years and under 3: First, J. H. Buughman, Stanford, Ky.; second, Thurstman & Peters, Springfield, Ky. IUmr No. 82 Horse mulo under 1 year first, J. II. Baughman, Stanford, Ky.; second J. u. liaughman, Stanford, Ky. Hing No. 83. Mare mule, 3 years and over: First, Ben F. Craddock, Nolin, Ky.; second, Ben F. Craddock. Nolin Ky.; third, Wakefield, Moore & Wright, Shelbyville, Ky. Iting No. 81 Mare mule, 2 years and under 3 years: First, T. T. Bawls, Sharpsburg, Ky.: second. T. T. Bawls. Sharpsburg, Ky.; third, J. II, Baugh man, Stanford, Ky. Itintr No. 85 Maro mule. 1 year and under 2: First, J. H. Baughman, Stan ford, Ky.; Becond, J. II. Baughman, ftlitr.l m. T IIVUUVI.VU f A. llanrlaMAn Gtnnfn.il UUDtlVIUf tfu & Son, Shelbyville, Ky. Courier-Jou- r. nai oi -- HIDESFURS Tallomr, sVeswu. Clastari, ., Milmbll. (V.llnwl?l ,, .,. W. . w. WW., . WW.WVH lr3ti rratbtrt, 5lf3WDDL W..W" fewto. . ire Dealers, tod csa do better for you Reference, any Bsnk in Louisville. Write for weekly Price lit nd ship- T ? a kkI (.... L nwa ksma Is as vag? ut-- t plug tf Is now In operation and Is ready to wno tho public In making Jeans, l.luseys, urns, lite. Will either kI barn, cellar, spring house, lllankels. Flannels. I goods (or It, High unrk wool oriixcluiime ",. eV.I .11 iliriiu est market price for wool. "?.T'?i?A .r.'L' i.rotl O. II.WIIK1IIT, l'ror. foriale. A" well Improved. Terms sntls- ,. laciory. H, ,,.,.... Htanford, Ky., II. K. U.Ku.ll. sll privately my fnrni ol til acres '"'' wiuiuui M. BABEL EXECUTOR'S SALEI Oltwdhousjs and Jots lu JIustouvllle Ky. As executor ot the will if Mrs. Hnttle . ,....... will wm lluiuinvllle, Ky..at about the pour ol -- Dinwiddie I 229 E. Market tTsuHc Jt in lass LOUISVILLE, KY., SONS, ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE! lllue blui'grnss (nrm. S miles 0110 mllu from iilku mm i;nrK'mvr ui ibu ntii.iuu, Hires u( rich, Uluviiruss hemp, or tobacco luntt. all In grass. Tbls (arm can Im eiuul ly divided to advantage so ns to liavuu good UATIIKIIAY. OOT.il 111! 1WW. -- 1 Wf.tof IIiiilomlllB. . My nn on each ploce; also all mrssary outbuild- lugs. Tho (arm lays almost lu a wjuaru nuy oau angm 111 iiiius. Tbore am DWELLING HOUSE J, Yhrte Stock Barm, One Good Tobacco Barn, Two oepto ' Stablei, run-ulu- KY- ; eM Phone, 1ST. Hom;iiion 8. aiuo-riHJi- "Yes, I'm tatting the rest cure." n.u vu nun , "I wait three hours overy day in the ii ui a luuiuiiauiu pnyBicisr. one tenant house, good water In every Held)g six lasting springs, with three streams through whole tract. J. Stl Crintr, IIuitomvillxKt tj. -- the at (slit. Wilder sell .at puhllo nuctlo. to 1st II IIhighestII 111. K V..! - .. ...I Ij.ta y IHU I UUMH fmlltl UI. Ill I ih.wm . I owned at Her death. One which ttratrlx Is the house anil lot ou the North Ue ol lnoluiles Main street and which now kept.the hou.o The lot e Is where the en hasBlroutageou Mala street ol aboutand about IHIfet feet a id extends back on which It u Danville street "rontage of about auleet. The house U Jroomsaiid kitchen. There stories. contains on the lot. The other lot Is a good well froutson the NorlhsldoolMalnstreetaboul Itt leet and extends back about I W (wit to an a: ley. it adjoins the other lot and Include! 'Terms are halt" cash, balance U months, credit on notes, with good security bearliig and sneured by Interest (rom day ot sale privilege to the llenon the property, with l(ore maturipurchasers to pay the notesI ty, i'ossesslon given Nov. ll"v, anil deed to be then made. Kxor. KUWAHDALUOltN, post-olllc1 &Co. Hustonville. Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carline ry an up-to-date Farm for Sale On Dninllle.V Hustonville pike of 110 acres lu Lincoln county, Ky.,H mile from Moroland. This farm Is well Improved, good well and cistern and abundance of stock water furnished from Uever-falllu- g springs. Most of farm In grass. I desire to sell this farm of goods. lu the next 00 days, together with the stock and crop, the slock consisting ol z1"hlgh-bre- d Jennets, 8 Jacks, all ages, lu brood mares, I registered! I registered stallion) U acres of com; l6orl stacks of hay: farming Implements of every description. I will sell the whole outllt or nuy part of the stock and II I sell the farm without the stock, I must sell not later than u) days so as to give me time to make a sale of my stock. Also have mules from work mules down to colts. You will have to see this farm to appreciate the location and the many advantages of this farm. Any person from'a distance desiring to see this farm can come to More-lauLincoln county, Ky., on the Queen A Orescent route, this farm belug only about H tulle from station. II. II. KINO, Moroland, Ky. d, fiiilfc,. - ,i.iSiii"JntisW jVffeV j!- -.