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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l- t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL f III VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 5 1909 IfOi r33 POLITICAL Abraham C Eby Mayor of Burke villa Va is In tho Federal prison at r Atlanta for extorting money from tho Pennsylvania railroad Justice William Jay Caynor of the I Now York State Supremo court was kf nominated for mayor of Greater New York by tho democratic city conven- tionaS I J Overton Dickinson the oldest ion m of Secretary of War Jacob M Dlckln m Bon is dangerously 111 of heart failure H at his homo at Belle Meado near Noah i- iI ville I Tho Chamber of Commerco of Now I haven Conn has received uasurari i- I that resident Taft and Gov Hughe of Now York will bo guests at tho annual banquet of that body on Nov 15 Judge Nelson II McNew received tho Democratic nomination for judge oft Nicholas county after ono of tho warm eat political contests in the history of tho county Tho vote of tho primary held today follows McNew 476 John M Campbell 413 Harry Kennedy 443 John T Morgan CO A suggestion recently made that a national Democratic conference bo held some time before the National conven tiou in order that democrats could die cuss the issues of tho campaign In the hope of presenting a united front has resulted in some Interesting views from national leaden Some are in accord with tho suggestion whllo others are skeptical as to any good result Tho Danville Advocate says that the gentlemen on tho republican eldo of tho houso should got rid of the judicial bee that seems to bo buzzing In their bon nets By doing so thoy will save them selves to great deal of unnecessary trou tbles and expense and tho humiliation of antoalto ran in the future In this district so far as the democrats are concerned they know that the office ought Judge Sauflcy and could not possibly have found a better qualified man to nil It rhou1In an effort to break carry Ing of concealed deadly weapons Gov Willson refused to pardon tho jell sentence imposed upon several promt nent men who must now go to jail In tho case of Roger Hoffman of Bourbon county convicted of carrying concealed a deadly weapon and sentenced pay a fines of 60 and servo 10 days 1tojail tho Governor laysfOThls lean for tho pardon of tho jail co of a man of prominence Ten i days for carrying a pistol if enforced will do more to stop the practice and savo life and sorrow which tho habit entails than a dozen jaflings of men not welt known The law makes no excep tions I am really very sorry that it is my duty THE FAMOUS THANSYLVANIA STAKE This great race on Thursday Oct 7th third day of tho Lexington Trpts is for tho annual trotting championshipI of tho world It is race and this year will be sensationalI 11 of the best stake winners in thIC country are named including I 203J 1cnsla Maid UtOGi Bob DoujlaaI 2tQGI Inner Guard 2001 Iaderow klI 2KK31 Mario N 207 Todd Mac 2071 Jack McKcrron 2071 Baron May 2071 Carroll 2031 El Victress etc Ono faro round trip on railroads durinI meeting Oct 54G- WAYNISt3DUUOFarmers T aro busy cutting corn An interesting meeting is In progress at tho Methodist church near Eubanks Tho farmers are now harvesting tho buckwheat crop in Lin coIn and Pulaski conn ties Jbhn Moser Is with his friends in this section and is putting in tome hard licks for tho dem ocratic IlartyMr Frightful Fato Averted H world have been n cripple for Ufa from atomblo out on my knee v unlJ Frank Disbury Kelllhor Mnn without Ducklcns Arnica Salvo which soon cured me Infal lible for wounds cuts and bruises it soapcures burns scalds old sores s boils skin cruptloos Worlds best oj dos 25o at Pennys Drug Store fore Why do you linger so long at the seashore fl havent tho heart to go home and disappoint Ferdy BAs to how lie rhapsodizes in every letter about my beautiful white arms U Colstho cleverest imitation of real coffee over yet mado1 Dr Shoop created it from puro parch ed grains malt nUts etc Fino in flavor Is made in just ono minute i No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Rev Jonah W Lupton noted as Presbyterian minister died in Winchi ter Va Breathe Hyomol and euro catarrh No st9mach dosing Complete outfit including inhaler 81 Guaranteed by O L Penny Druggist t Us NEWS NOTES The State is preparing to pay 400 000 to school teachersJ1John Van Norwick tho big paper pulp manufacturer Is dead at Appleton WisrTho local option election at Ruanokc Vn resulted in a victory for tho wetss tho majority being 69 Newton D Davis a wellknown cltic zen of the Sulphur Well section of Jes Biimlne Is dead after a long IIIneucIt Is n mistake about tho only saloon Tennessee the Oasis burning It continues to flourish like a green bayc treeDan McAvoy tho comedian died at his homo at New York McAvoy and hU wife were among the first American variety performers Cholera has become epidemic at So oul Korea more than 500 cases having boen reported since tho disease made Its appearance Thus far no foreigner have been attacked By direction of tho Secretary of War Ova W W Withertpoon acting chief of staff authorized tho issue of 20000 short army rations to tho cyclone suf fcrcrsln Tcrrebonno parish Lu John VanNortwick millionaire paper and pulp manufacturer and owner of more water power rights than any man In Wisconsin died at his homo in Appleton Wis from heart failure It is reported that tho Chesapeake Ohio railroad has acquired control of the Chicago Cincinnati and Louisville The report however has been denied by tho president of the C C L Knox county Indiana voted wet in a local option election Fortythree precincts in the county show a majority of 701 for tho wets The city of Vin cennes also went wet by a majority of 1709W E Marsh builder of tho Ogden Lucia cut off ono of E II Harrimana achievements In railroad construction died at San Francisco after a months illness following an operation for op pendicitisProf D Harris has been found guilty of tho murder of William A Thompson associate editor of the War renton Virginian on April 24 last and sentenced to four years imprisonment An appeal was taken- I am tho 13th oldest conductor on the road said Joseph Runner of Phil adnlphlu to his wife just before going out on run and I feel a bit worried to Half an hour later he was killed while making up his train By a trip to Clay county Auditor James has recovered for the State two farms and 3000 cash In bank which had been overlooked It is believed the State treasury will realize nboutJIOOOO from the investigation made by thoI Auditor Thomas H Swope a Kansas City millionaire who retained his citizenship in Woodford county Ky died at Independence Mo Ho gavo n fortune to Kansas City and mado gifts in Ken tucky with tho request they be kept secretCharles A Gordon was convicted of the murder of William Faullng Jr and sentenced to life Imprisonment at Huntsvlllc Ga The testimony of Mra Fouling that Gordon had confessed to her that ho killed Fauling brought the case to an unexpected close Thero was suppressed excitement In tho Criminal Court at Nashville TcW when Attorney General McCarn read a written arraignment against tho grand jury He asked formally that the body be purged of unworthy members and that the matters he wished to complain of bo heard in open court The annual report of tho Atchison Topeka and Santa Fo Railway Company for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30 1909 shows incomn from operation of 94 265716 and front all sources of 95424 091 Deducting from this expenses of 61458010 and fixed charges of 13 548081 a balancQ for the year of 20 417991 is shown Secretary Dickinson finds nothing to criticise in the action of Gen Grant in taking part in a prohibition and law enforcement parade in Chicago in his uniform as a Major General of the United States army and said that as to such movements each soldier and of ficer has a right to determine that mat tjr for himself With 200 delegates representing 18 States present the biennial convention ot the National GermanAmerican Al liance opened in the North Cincinnati Turner Hall Ono of tho principal slogans of the organization ontlprohibl tion will bo sounded today by tho president Dr C J Hexamar of Phila delphia In his annual address Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Provcntlcs will in a tow hours LoOrlppcaDrug Store Tho eportingtpago of pink Seems nearly duo To printed be I think In dismal blue 1 BaughmanMcCarty Contest In another column brief reference is to the opinion of the Court of Ap peals in the suit of M S Baughman vs the Democratic County Committee to the contest of Mr McCartys j right to a certificate of nomination for I Since writing that paragraph we have seen tho full opinion of which sustains the action of thoI IIdemurrertho contest tho court to 88tBaughman gave to his successful opponent a notice of contest InIwhich ho stated that the officers oCI the election and tho committee hadI wrongfully counted more than 200 illegal votes as having been recelvj cd by McCarty giving the namesI of tho voters in each precinct and I the reasons why thoy were illegal McCarty answered tho notice of contest by a counter notice in which he denied that 200 or any il legal votes had been cast or count ed for him In the primary and de nied specifically that certain voters were illegal for the causes named or for any cause He agreed with Baughman that certain other voters named in Baughmans notice of contest wero Illegal voters but denied specifically that they voted for him and alleged that they voted for Baugh man McCarty alao gave tho names of many other persons and alleged that they were illegal voters nndI that they had voted for Baughman at tho primary election Ho UegedI that his real majority over Baugh man was much greater than reportI ed by tho committee Tho county committee met on a day fixed and adopted rules for the contest and on that day after adopting the rules McCarty by counsel filed 11Jdemurrer to Baughmans notice contest Argument of counsel forI the parties on this demurrer was commenced before noon and resumIcd and finished afternoon the argument the committee left tho court room and wont to the clrICUlt court clerks office to consider and decide tho question submitted After considering tho matter thoccommittee decided by a voto of auv en to five to sustain the demurrer and dismiss tho proceeding There was no effort by Buughman or his counsel to file an amended notice or pleading Further along and referring to Daugh mans charge that the committee had failed and refused to give him a trial his contest tho court days There can be no doubt that the committee did meet and act as a body upon appellee Baughmans contest by hearing and considering a demurrer filed to his proceedings which demurrer they sustained and dismissed tho contest This ended thIS matter in so far as tho commit tee is concerned This court has no power to review tho action of tho committee Referring to Biughmans contention that tho committee should have opened tho ballot boxes and counted tho ballots i because a petition of 10 per cent of tho voters in certain precincts had request ed that this be done the court says The difficulty In tho way of Baugh man is that he did not make these petitions a part of his noticoor pro seeding ho did not refer to them in any way so as to give the commit tee notice that he relied upon these petitions to aid him In his proceed ings And further THKBB WAS NO CONTEST ntOCBEDING TENDING WHEN THESE fETITlONS SIGNED BV TUB VOTERS OF TUB THREE rilE CINCTS REFERRED TO WERE FILED WITH TIIC CHAIRMAN REQUESTING A RECOUNT OF TilE BALLOT- SWe are informed that It was upon the ground set forth In this last quotation that the committee or some of them favored sustaining McCartys demurrer Tho court of appeals thus upholds both tho action and tho reason of tho action of the committee and reverses tho judgment of tho circuit court Tho opinion concludes thus toTho judgment of tbo lower court is reversed and remanded with in structions to dismiss Baughmans petition Thus ends this improvident party con troversy An additional quietus is put to It by the following totter from Henry R Prewitt chairman of the Democrat ic State Central Committee to Mr Baughman a copy of which was sent by Mr Prewitt to McCarty SEPT 24 1909 MR M S BAUOHUAN Stanford Ky Dear SlrI have just received from Hon J A Sullivan State Central Com nlttceman from the 8th district papers lied by you contesting tho nomination of Mr W L McCarty for sheriff of Lincoln county As this matter is nqw pending in the court of appeals I shall not convene the State Central Commit tee to consider it Since the matter has been taken to the courts they should finally pass upon It Very truly yours II R PREWITT chmn Since there can be no further quo tlon of McCartys right to the certlfi hopoIthat party unity shall mark the democratic campaign under the party chosen leader against our friends on other sldo of the political line Disappointments come to tho best of in this life oven in our most w rthy aspirations Let us bear them philo sophically Defeat often comes when we think we are entitled to a better fate Let us bear it in good temper like a thoroughbred IN NEIGHBORS NO COUNTIES Oscar Roberta who accidentally kited John McKee in Pulaski committed suicide i Gov Willson appointed Farris R Feland of Lawronceburg special judge of tho Bell Circuit Court Ernest Hays who shot and killed his brotherinlaw James Lane t was ar rested in the mountains near Berea In a fight at Somerset between Will Gossett and Allen Sears tho former got his skull cracked by a brick in the hands of Sears Aunt Harriet Bailey who lives on Stanford avenue near the colored public school has a stock of hens that lay curious eggs Last year one of these hens laid an egg that bore a perfect reo semblance to a snako Yesterday she found an egg that has letters on It P Y are easily distinguishable Ad vocate CHURCH MATTERS The Louisville conference of the Methodist Church South will meet xt year in Russcllville Rev J J Dickey preached two good sermons at tho Methodist church Sun The people of Stanford welcomo Rev Dickey and family and hope their here will be pleasant With the statement tol dont believe a minister can lead an honest life now Rev D II Corrick resigned as pastor the Christian church at Lawrence KansasMrs R L Berry and Miss Jessie Powell will entertain the organized Sunday school classes and teachers of the Hustonville Christian church at the home of Mrs Crit Rifle Wednesday afternoon from 330 to 530 This and That By a large majority the Burley to basso growers voted that the pool should be continued this year and that the books should be kept open until October 20 A boy has just been born at Atlanta that Is tho thirteenth child of a thtr teenth child on Its mothers side and tho seventh son of a seventh son on- Its fathers side- Representatives of 11 governments will attend the 18th annual meeting ol the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States to bo held in Wash ington this week The Pulaski county Ark grand Jur returned an indictment agRlnst W Y Ellis charging him with murder in the first degree for killing N P Willis ol Indianapolis Ind in tho circuit courtroom In Little Rock several month ago Its A NotchGroat deeds compel regard Thi world crowns Us doers Thats wh the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery tho king 01 Throat and lung remedies Ever atom la a health force It kills germ colds and lagrlppe vanishes It heals coughrackqi membranes am coughing stops Sore curd bron chlal tubes and lungs are am hemorrhages cease Dr Goo Moore Black Jack N CX writes it cured nn of lung trouble pronounced hopelcs by all doctors 50i 81 Trial bot tie free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storage Why dont you tell people you wu wit Cook or Peary inquiredthe town sot I gut enough abuse as it is replies the wandering one Iris the weak nerves that are cry Ing font for help Then help them dont drug tho stomach orstimulat tho Iloartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize theso weak insldo nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Pest it and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store A St manhoe had one thous and blue buttons made to give to men who will agree to wear them as aslgll that they are willingto give up seat in street cars to women I I 1 e I + ++ ++ ++ + 3 +1N1++H+ On Jan i 1910 we will give away one DAVEN PORT that is worth 100 l On every dollars CASH c purchase we will present you with a FREE tickET 1 on this handsome Davfeii = 1 portt y 1 Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Oe Lincoln gouitty national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Surplus Capitalh 5OOOPCP4OOppOp i Resources 34000000- s H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK h OIREOTOR J B OWIIyStllnfofl1 S II Shanks Stanford Gee W Carter Stanford John B Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Kun kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Prcachcrsville Lilburn fooch Gilberts Creek I If you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by EaT PENCE STVIYFQVO KY- FIRST I NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY vv ORGANIZED IN J882 f CAPITAL STOCK 50000 ys tSURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2J6500 5i Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account I OFFICERS J S Rocker President- S T Harris VicePtesident John J McRoberts Cashier I H C Baughman AsstCashr I WW Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS j F Held J H Bau jbman M DElmore J M Fettus H C Badghman J F Cummins S T Hards nO C Robinson W D 08aI1000J5 Hockor 0 E Tale 4 y The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M Co 8AUFLEy of Lincoln For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer For State Senator R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For llcpresentatlve W H SHANKS JudgetI For County Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff W L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES 0 For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON- For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For tiJKFor Magistrate Woynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Wnynosburg District JOHN G BAUGH JOE MAGEE Is a candidate for Police Judge of Crab Or chard lubject to the action of the demo cratic party and asks your support The Editor Trying to Rid Himself- of Rheumatism at Martins vllle Finding it next to impossible to stay at Sims Olympian Springs becausefpresume of its close town of towns I pulled stakes Tues afternoon and landed at Martinsvil- Ind Wednesday morning at 7 oclockI and in a half hour was trying the vir tues of the waters Martinsville isthe known as the place Where Rheuma tism Meets its Waterloo and IikeSamI bo 1 am praying loud and long tin my case rheumatics may be left at the post Martinsville is a town of hotels It looks to have a population of 3600 but frequently there are 5000 gue its here They come from every wharoand and come for every trouble but rheumatic guests are largely in the major ity In coming here I make no admission of the superiority of this waterthe over that at Olympian Springs but t accomodations are betters there is doctor in every sanitarium and there are other advantages which are not necessary to explain I firmly believot that with an uptodate hotel and sat tarium man at the head of Olympi Springs sick people would flock theres as they do here While strolling around town killing time I went up into the circuit court room and saw the Murg anmole circuit court in operation A fat littiebeen fellow whose name I did not ieamD was presiding with great dignity Aa damage suit against the Big Four Rail road was in progress and Hon John W Kern whom many of us voted for forhow apeaingk t i of Indianapolis said to be a dama lawyer almost as successful us our Robel ert Harding was representing theS plaintiff and in the argument he was easily first best He won his case alltl uphighera twin brother of Hon George E Stone formerly of Liberty but now o of Danvilles leading lawyers Half the crowd was smoking and the other half talking loud enough to be heard of across the street I thougt or rather tried to think what Judge Sauf1 a would do if things should by hookor crook assume such conditions in the pDrcoin but now a citizen of Knoxville is here with his wife and daughter Miss Mary Logan Mrs Logan is a confirm ed invalid and Miss Mary is just not Dr Logan has tried many resorts sZ jeterLogan and family think Dr Green the be physician at the Martinsville Sanita rium is at the bead of the doctors of the country Martinsviljo has two pa pers u daily of republican persuasion and a democratic weekly The ratio of the republicans over the democrats in we this county is about 7 to L The latter show their good judgement keeping up an organization Neither paper is credit either to the party it represen or to the town and county t4 Martinsville Isa city of schools and churches The public schools are the best in the countrywhlle each of the several denominations has creditable houses of worship The Catholics also have a handsome church with a healthy membership A fine courthouse adorns the center of town and helps no little the appearance of Morgan countys cap italToo much can be said of the Hoosier women They may bo good things but certainly they are not pretty They are Northern in ways and Northern in looks and have that morsel appearance that does not appeal to a fellow wives ho l among the Lords most beautiful A handsome Carnegie Library is one of the sights of Martinsville and her people are justly proud of the instil lion It was built at a cost of 50000 and is filled with books and periodicals There isnt a hill in Martinsville and it covers a great deal of ground but knobs or small mountains can be seen any way you look A largo river runs through the pretty valley and the town gets her water supply from it I have found a number of people hero who remember Mr Thompsie Cooper who was here twice for eczema He made a splendid impression hero as he does overt where The employes round the Martinsville Sanitarium where he stopped all send their regards to him and say they wish they could vote for him Nov 2 I have pictured Martinsville as best I can but it is not my intention to throw any bouquets to the town The place may and doubtless does suit many people but give me Stanford I would not give the delinquent tax list of dear old place for all the Martiavlll- this side of Kingdom come E C W LET us admonish the democrats to get to work and leave nothing undone in their effort to elect the magnificent cket which appears at the head of page The election is not quite a month off and now is the time to perI fect an organization No party nor person can win without an organization where the contest is anything like close We know the republicans are organs ed for they are riding day and night teeing the people and filling them wit promises and pledges they never bo peA foIfthought of voting under the log cabin orwintering his vote let him ponder In all these years of democratic ad ministration there has not been a cop illegally and we might say wrong ully appropriated No smell of taint is foundon the garment of a sing ledemocrat who has held office in county in the recollection of the writer who has taken notice of things for past 30 years Questions of pith and moment have been well handled by the democratic fiscal courts the judges itsheriffs clerks and other officers have given clean economic administrations The pikes have been bought and freed with very little burden to the tax payer thecourthouse will soon be completed nobody has been nor will be injur edjjy the 35000 expended in its construction Other propositions have been as judiciously administered and democrats have done it all Why hewant to turn them out with records fiaThe republicans might have done as well but we know what tho democrats done and proof is better than damna for that soreness but why blame the democratic party There may bo those who have just grlevences bu go to the party that has all along odious and in which you have feeling nor fellowship Stop think a little if you are sore fel lowdemocrats I Think how you hav fought the republicans in the past an probably some democrats bay eaddfought other democrats for you your head cool warm up your feet an demog11 freezes over Do this and all will be well and youll feel lots the bet because of it PETITIONbe i To We understand that Capt Herndon Secretaryfthe official ballot and under the device n the Log Cabin as a candidate for circuit judge This is an unusual tho- r permissible proceeding Any man has a right to run for any office at his pleasure But it is supposed to be the of a political party acting its constituted authorities to ny say who may and who shall not use the partys device In candidacy The or republican party in this judicial CaptaiiInof this party did not and do not desire that Capt Herndon shall regarded as the partys candidate They do not favor his use of the partys emblem to further his own personal desires u The republican district committee its of this district did not desire to make a nomination for this office as are advised but at the repeated insistence ofCapt Herndon who per sonaliy interviewed the members of the alt8CaptHerndone of committee that it nominate him then was and there This the committee could not legally do because the State law gives to the committee the power only of fixing the time and manner of rank ing party nominations The commit tee however offered to callaconvon lion of tho party for the purpose of making a nomination but this was not agreeable to tho captain He seemed to be apprehensive that the republicans of Garrard his own county would throw him down And thus the mat ter ended with nothing done In the meantime the captain got busy solicit ing voters to sign a petition asking him to run in defiance of party regularity It is an easy thing to get some people- u to sign a petition to pardon a convict or to ask a fellow who is spilin for a job to run for an office But it does seem to a plain man that where the of fico is one of dignity and high import ance and there are respectable and Ins fluential party organizatipns charged with the power of making nominations a man who appropriates the device of one of these parties to further his own ambition not only forgets the dignity of the office but stabs the party whose device ho takesIEDITOR W P WALTON of the Lex ington Gazette is striking some sledgehammer blows for democracy and the effects will be shown when the vote of Fayette county Is counted Nov 2 The fusion or rather confusion ticket headed by Judge Parker is being shown up in its true light and it is clearly pointed out that the so called demo crats on that ticket have been demo hopedspublic teat for 25 years and tho other men of his ilk who were determined to run on one ticket or the other will be beaten so badly that they will never be heard of again Let each and all of them emulate the example of Judas Is cariot If his end was a fitting one certainly a like one for Parker and his gang would be His sin was little if l any greater than theirs Keep up the good work my dear brother Youre on the right side and right will pre hveil PENNSYLVANIA school marm suing IoverI pound for the loss Now if the cruel jilter In this caso wanted to marry her he would be willing to testify that she was worth 1000 a pound but the chances are that he will not bo able to underqueer rascals any way you take them OWING to a law secured by the la bor unions who are afraid of tho comIpetition of convict labor only 35 per cent of the prisoners in the Pennsyl vania penitentiaries can be employed at onetime With nothing to do twoIthirds of their time tho convicts going crazy so fast that an epidemic I of insanity Is imminent In one day eighteen lunacy commissions were held and more are to follow TUG dispatches say that scientists at Yerkes Observatory have made the rst reproducible photograph of Hal comet which they say is now 350000000 miles from the earth If it rIngfeel no alarm It wont hit before it will be time for us to die of old age controlledt1republirancontinues to foster trusts those 5per centers will get the balance allda Roanoke Va kept in the wet decdA NEW YORK girl having tried unsuc 1 cessfully to commit suicide on five nits ferent occasions finally did what often proves to be as badgot married The Voters of Lincoln County execIutlvecounty respectfully solicit the support of the voters of the county in Rip race Very truly IKE TERRY 5 Republican nominee for jailer lollonais guaranteed by G L Pen to cure Indigestion or money back Relieves distressed stomach belching gas Etc in five minutes Largo box 60c President Taft in his address in the natural amphitheater at the worlds fair at Seattle came out flatfooted for a ship subsidy and said the country was now ready to try such a measure There is no subject said Mr Taft to which Congress can better devote attention at the coming session Mr and Mrs William J Bryan observed their twentyfifth wedding an beingdecoratedfilled with messages and from l parts of the Foy W worldIcounty the Circuit returned to Johnson City 1 TheN 17o D IMAltaGCcd CI thes0 thepeopleyouarenavesomeand 25 Suits H J McROBERTS Stanford Ry 1 FOR SALE I Will sell a Vlothl jthoa and Cents Fur In1I0let5bAford MASONS MEET I Lincoln Lodge XoflO VA AM will KtnttHl comuiunUntlon on each not tlilrtl Monday nights oMnch month nt nndj oclock In their hull on main strvcvt ford Ky J1en11ereotIderlWResnre fro Urnnlly Invited to be present T W Pen p nlngton lice B D CARTERNowLlvorvDopot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE 1 We have moved our produce hldo and business trout Myenstnble to our tore recently purchased of flatland Hln doors from We 1payWeak KidneysWe- ak Kldoeys rmty int to weak kidney Ofl1U1llolelf Nerves The Kidneys like taeyieart and the I and ttrencthen them Dr Bboops KMtoratlre U IdaenloaaIs medicine spedHcally prepared to reach these I well nrtabnalerTablell or lgofdwad see what It can end will dolor rat Dtuabt JIOO4 and u Dr RestorativePENNYS POSTEDI whose names appear below strict forbid hunting tuning or kind of tree passing on our places nnd will prosecute olator to the lull extent of the law Mill Mattle Ilewei Kelchenbach Bra Fred Ilauuutnn A T Traylor Lllburn QoocU N H Plummet Will Hester IL O Nunuelley j W ItaURbman J W JEllruce David Htevon JohnOomenlscb WmCordler Uan Traylor AL U Klmoro notllbOllck Fred Handorf J S Thompson I M Anderson J F Moser Mr and Mrs Jag II End s A Klbnso Mrs NJ Horton J J Elliott Mri deo Logan W 11 Unugbcrty Krunk hey Father Leo UroO Perry H AV H II llaugbmun Uriah Albright A ll Root Mrs Margaret Uoocb Jacob Dander loo O Cllreni W II Trnylor Ham Roberts John Jufer Amend Schaefer M J Jlotmnnn a- ETliealey AIL MntJieny OwilayM 1JOMrs NnnnleH Good U R MeOlureIAnderson Oarr Anton VonCiruonlgonTNlo Glutz u Rebecca IL Carpenter W Kopotx JF Jloicr John 8 Lee D levier Ohrltlan Jacob Tom Kurrlll + W W 1ltJnon Fred Iayk dl L Edcrh I mSESBBSEeBSSBSSBEBEOS G L Penny R II Coffer K IL Coleman IBFOR HOT WEATHER HELP HI m TRY mTnlcunlPowders m W Sponge RtWmand Fine Fruit Flavors y iPENNYS DRUG STOREmKentpcky mBB BBB9B9J3 EEfJ BUYThe Improved Su i perior Grain Drills 1 tlfromI t WY H H1C GINS Stanford Kentucky RURAL TELEPHONES oilyresidencet any time This can Le ncwmplialced by means of our telephone sorvicd withthe10headquarters woenn t Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southernportion of Indiana andIllinois Ji u EAST TEL CO tNCOllPOBATKDl r5r 5 The Interior Journal 1 STANFORD KY OCT 5 1009 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar we I will sell on Saturday and Sundays only 5 cents straight Pennys Drug Store I I DR J 0 OWSLEY Is HI MISS JENNIE PEITLES Is ill MRS SUSAN YEAGER la some better J W HAYDEN of Paris Is hero with I relativesJ ACEY went up to Jelllco yet terday on business CHARLES E BORON of Lebanon was hero Sunday and yesterday BROOKS DARKER of Winchester spent a few days with his father hero MRS J T CARSON and children of Lebanon aro with Mrs 0 D Carter I MR G W THOMAS of Somerset paid this office a pleasant call yester I dayMRS II M NBWLAND has returned from A visit to her parents in Louis vllloMR W S WARREN who suffered a t stroke of paralysis Is able to be out CLAIDOUNB C WALTON is a few days with his father nt Martlnsville Ind MESSHS Moss COOLEY and Jesse HolUclaw have gone to Indianapolis I seek employment Miss HESS SPOONAHORB went to I Junction City Saturday to visit Miss Ollio Mae itobards t J F CUMMINS Is In Louisville and r Cincinnati buying stacks of goods for Cummins Wearen J MR 0 A WALTER wife and little t daughter of Kings Mountain spent a few days with relatives here I MRS JOE HINES of Science Hill spent n few days with the family o her uncle E S Spoonamorc r MR R U MAHONY has returned from a protracted stay at Rattle Creek I Mich much improved in health MRS MARY J CLEMENTS who haa been with Mrs James Totten has returned to her home at Morganflcld MRS J HOY H ROSE who has been I with her parents at Huitonville returned to Etowah Tcnn Friday TUB many friends of Mr John Owe Joy Reid are glad to see him out again Ho has had a severe attack of rheuma S JlEV T W BARKER and wife leave today for Warsaw whero they will make their home during tho former ministry there MR A G HUFFMAN who has been at Crab Orchard for somo time ha moved his family to his home on Lower East Main street MRS M E FISH of Crab Orchard was on Fridays train returning from Oklahoma City where shu spent tho summer with relatives MISSES MARY AND BELL FIELDS tho pretty nieces of Mr William Field I who have been with him havo returned to their home in Cincinnati MESDAMES G C GIVENS and S D Hartley will entertain Friday after non at 130 oclock at euchre at thel homo on the Rush Branch pike Miss BESSIE IIALDEMAN of Louis J ville has entered the Briar Cliff Mon- ot I N Y school for young women is a granddaughter of Mrs John Buchanan of Crab Orchard BORN to the wife of Rev L C Kel ly Orjlnda Tenn n daughter Lucille I b Nowland KellyMrs Kelly will bo re- memberedr as Miss Nancy Nowland daughter of Mr and Mrs T D New land of this place MISSES MINNIE PARKER DURHAM Josephine Dell Jane Letcher Kather ine Reid and Jennlo Graham Bright this winters attractive debutantes of Danville spent n few days with Misses Marjorie and Grace Otter Mil S M SAUFLEY and wife return e 1 Sunday night from a delightful trip to the AlaskaYukon Pacific Expositio- at Seattle Wash and other points of interest in the West and are now with Mr and Mrs J C McClary =LOCALS UNDERWEAR at Severance Sons I SPECIAL display of suits and Wednesday Let us make one to fi 4you Severance Son FOR RENT Four room cottago with four acres of ground in good portIon of Stanford Ed Hubbard Stanford 4 That Fall Do these crisp Autumn days make you wish for a comfortable 4 feeling suit in a rich warm shade lookingra 3 less Buy a suit with a coat the right length and the skirt the proper fullness CatqbaPaupedesire Our stock is with raw goods in every department I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY II OVALS 1Jigaln tlsmI Suit OLD papers for sale This office SCHOOL shoes at Severance Sons I SWELL shoes for ladies at Severance Sons AGENT J S RICE sold 65 tickets to Cincinnati Sunday THE diphtheria cases in town are con valescing wo are glad to say I HAVE one room for rent In Craig property Mrs Catherine McClary TilE executor of Mr TJ Robinson advertises his farm for sale this issue J THOSE owing this office will please call in next Monday county court day and settle Miss MATTIE SAC AY8 art studio wii be closed Thursday Friday and Satur I day of this week FOSTERS Rangeis J solid cast Guar anteed in every particular Call and see It Goo D Hopper OUR carbonator has come and we are now prepared to make all kinds of fresh drinks Shugars Tanner THE C W B M Imeet in silo lecture room of tho Christian church at 230 Wednesday afternoon EXPERT workman on gasoline engines can be secured by application to the Stanford Garage Machine Co toCOME inlet us show you the 100 Davenport that we will give away on Jan lit 1910 Cummins Wearen Tills weather would put the climate in the land of flowers to shame wing almost as warm as the month of June I ITIIG Ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will meet with Mrs John W Rout Friday afternoon at 20 oclock rIa CAR seed has arrived Missouri Fultz price 140 Seed rye 90c seed barley 70c winter turf oats 76c Terms cash J H Baughman Co TilE creditors of George Gooch de ceased aro hereby not fed to file with mo their claims properly proven J B Paxton M Co L C C St I DO all kinds of dressmaking and can be found at the residence of J F Cummins on East Main Street Give me a trial Miss Mary Zcllcr SUNDAY night the electric lights were turned off for repairs to be made at companyaweeks aALLclaims against tho estate of Mrs Lucy Cash presented to mo properly proven and verified at tho FIrot Nation al Bank Stanford Ky will be paldi H C Baughman Exor Fort SALE OR TnADEOno 16 horse power Nichols Shepherd traction en sine and two mounted saw mills log wagons etc All in good condition Call on or address 0 W Potts Rich mood Ky LIGHTNING Gasoline Wilder andrblowers Lightning crushers and grind ers Line and Stann ford Garage Co BROKE ills LEG Sunday Mr Robert Fenzeltho jeweler slipped and fell near his store on Lancaster street and broke his right leg in three places between knee and ankle Dr OBannon was called and set the member arid yes terday he was doing as well as could be expected FOR SALE Having decided to quit the merchandise livery and hotel busi ness at this place I will sell privately a good hotel storeroom and stock of merchandise and livery stable Alln good condition Will make purchaser a GnT Ashlock McKinney Ky PETOY Mrs Betsy Long Petry wife of Adam Petry of tho Ottenhelm section died Sept 30 Sho was born November 8th 1811 and had been a member of the Christian church for 35 years She left surviving her a hus Petrytthree grandchildren She was a daughter of thelate Brumfleld Long Mrs Petry was a most estimable woman and loved by all who knew her w YOUNG cockerels for sale at 1 Mrs1 L B Cook Stanford Ky J LOST between Hubble and Hedge vlllc a cloak red with black trimmings Return to Mrs J A Robinson and get reward THE Ladles Aid Society of the Chris tian church will meet in the lecture room of tho church at 230 Saturday afternoon ALFRED Swore is learning to be a machinist at the Stanford Garage He is getting to be an expert and is oblig ing and painstaking FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cottage garden barn lot and barn on Lo gun avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds WE desire to thank L friends and neighbors for the attention and kind ness shown our wife and mother Betsy Long Petry during her last illness Adam Petry and children FRANK ATKINS and Chesterfield Lackey colored were elected trustees of the high school Saturday over Tim Hayden and James Partner by small majorities It was a warm election A GOOD audience greeted A Pair of Country Kids at Waltons Opera House Friday night The show is ex cellent in every respect and the clog dancing is the best ever seen hero We commend the show as being firstclass clean and uptodate TUB Bros who manufacture the great Crab Orchard water havo broken dirt for a sanitarium on the old White place not far from Crab Orch ard It will contain about 25 rooms and will bo uptodate in every particu lar Mr R C White and excellent wife will have charge JUDGE TRIBDLE had Chief of Police Carter bring before him all of the Negroes in Mack vllle yesterday that were seen loitering around Tho judge gave them to understand if they did not go to work by 1 oclock that day he would fine them for vagrancy Good Go af ter them good and strong I BRONAUGH NOMINATEDMr R H Bronaugh of Crab Orchard was nomi nated by the democratic county com mittee hero Saturday for magistrate to succeed Mr J Ward Moore who had been elected in the February primary but declined the honor Mr Bronaugh is a dyed in thowool democrat a most excellent gentleman a man of ability and kill make Lincoln county onn of the best magistrates it ever had We congratulate the committee on its excellent selection TilE case of tho Democratic Commit tee of Lincoln county vs M S Baugh man was cpverscd by tho Court Appeals Friday with directions to dismiss Mr Baughmans petition It will be re membered that in the democratic pri mary last February Mr W L McCar ty defeated Mr Baughman for sheriff and received tho certificate The latter filed contest and the committee heard the contest and voted to sustain McCarty Baughman claimed the com mittee did not act but the higher court says it did act on the contest and that their action is final as the court can only compel a committee to act not how it snail act Now let bygonea be bygones and every man who partici pated in tho primary that gave Mr Mc Carty his nomination show that he is a democrat by working and voting for the ticket from top to bottom In this connection wo wish to remind tho vo ters if there are any who are not dis posed to support the whole ticket of the moral obligation resting on each and every man who participates in any kind of a contest for a nomination for any office The fact that a man seeks a nomination from a party is of course evidence that he has and expects tp af filiate with that party in the future It is therefore no less the obligation of him who sought a nomination to support the nominees of the party from which he asks honors than it is the duty of all those who take a hand in making a nomination And so with the hope and with the firm belief that this obligation will be kept steadily in mind by tho democracy of Lincoln coon ty we unite with a slum of other good democrats in asking that the McCarty Baughman contest be put away with the things that are past and gone and that tho solid phalanx of an unbroken party bo presented to the enemy in No vember MATRIMONIAL Brose Carter 69 and Miss Belle Cole 17 were married at Dan Christophers yesterdayCarl 19and Miss Rosa Wilson 19 were married at tames Wilsons Saturday Thomas Starns 22 and Miss Mandie Martin 20 were married at Harrison Martins Saturday Mr and Mrs Harry Jefferson an flounce the engagement of their daugh ter Miss Elizabeth Jefferson to Mr Grandison Vaughan Tho wedding will take place next spring Miss Jefferson frequently visited Miss Marie Ma hony of this place and is a most charming young lady DEAZLEYUARRlsFrld1y night at 8 oclock Mrs Kathryn Grinstead Beaz ley became the wife of Mr J Randolph Harris Rev T W Barker of the Methodist church performing the cere mony The wedding was a quiet one on account of the illness of the formers daughter and only a few intimate friends and relatives were present The bride is a daughter of Rev W S Grin stead a former pastor of the Methodist church here and is very popular and accomplished while the man of her choice is one of Lincoln countys sub stantial as well as most excellent citi zens and their many friends here and elsewhere wish for them unbounded happiness NOTICE ceilingdrownedand oak June Clarkon McKinney Ky NOTICE I Lewis Lynn who was convicted of murder In the Lincoln circuit In will ask the governor for II pardon and nit who ob Ject will and tine In writing any abjection LEWIS ITJIN I FOR RENTI For rent for 1110 with privilege ot sewing JO acres In wheat this und planting corn and tobacco next prIng rent tot port of crop MenpuyjWaynesburg FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere I will- sell privately farm at Highland of 40 acres more or less Improvements good storehouse on place good barugood oruh nrd well watered JIIIIIUOIITWllyneburg HOME FOR SALE I One story of rooms and all- necessary outbuildings Lot contains one roomyhllrndelrnblolllncelocateJoncornerof A It HOLTZOLAW Stanford Ky NOTICE reneoburghas I den Orab Orchard nnd J U Horton Htan ford Tbti tonIc li to bo taken In a halt I dayItI the Htato Guaranteed to cure stomach liver and kidney troubles Wilt be sold on I the streets hero next county court day Oct I 11 by tbelr salesman Dr HJCiuikly I Sale of Blue Grass Farm I Ai executors of T J Robinson we will on WEDNESDAY OCT 2011109 nt about 41 M In front of the National Dank In Huitonvlllv Ky otter for sale nt public outcry the farm of about let acres about 1 miles from Hustonvllle In Lincoln county nenr Danville turnpike Ironpec Live purchasers will be shown over the place by J W Hughes who now lives on It Possession will be given Jnn11910 Terms will be announced on day of sale MKH M K ROBINSON A J II IAXTOK Kxors PUBLIC SALE I will poll at public sale to the highest bid der on SATURDAY OCT S 1909 about WO acres of land lying In Rockcastle county Ky adjoining Madltou county line the North and bordering on the LA N railroad H mile front Boone station and I three miles South of Ileren OolleRI- IThIs I land Is In a good neighborhood close school and church It Can 1M dl vied Into three pu reels Rbout60acre11Ing on the Kast side of the t N railroad about on the Southwest sldtof tbo BurcaFlnttla p A Hound Htonecoun theNOrthenateels of land will he offered separately nod- thenusawhole This land Is unimproved except n small box house lies a tine young growth of white onk some hickory poplar and plno Tlinro Is about 160 to to acres level laud with everlasting water mid can bu made R tine ranch for sheep nnd cattle The sale will be mndoon the remisenearthe box bouseone mile from lioone Station THUMB One half cash when deed Is made the remainder In two equal payments with u per cent Interest till pllld notes with wood surety nnd leln retained on the land goodFor Information call on or write VIIrewtU lldrea Ky Harrison Duger who lives near tl e farm will show anyone over It who wishes to same before the day of sale dale to begin nt 11 AIA W TITUS Bercn Ky W P Prowltt Auct Berto Ky i L B HugbT n W Humble W O M- artiTRIMMIIU I NEW DRESS f prettiestdressinexpensiveOurin both bright and dull finishand a variety of shapes We also have a new lot of band trimmings in all the new shades also the rat tail and eoutache braids and buttons to match in all sizes and colors It is almost impossible to picture for you the beauties of our stock we shall have to ask you to come to see them for no mere description can do them justice They are now ready for you and we will take much pleasure in showing them and guarantee prices reasonable HUGHES MARTIN CO Goods Notions ShoesIIDry KENTUCKY i Fitting Clothes You can buy Clothes in lots of places andat lots of But after all theres something tp being safe in style and fit and tniloringI For clothessafety is OUR strong point No use telling you that the New Fall Suits Arc in because you expect it And besides you look fornew things always in our shop But when you buy your Clothes from us you arosafeand sure that youre not getting ill made slop shop work Handsome winter suits 10nnd up WE PERKINS Crab Orchard KyI- NPPPRPPPlPPPPPPPPPPPRPPPiP141PP1PPPisPPPPPPPaP1PMPp1Q evvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvwvvvvvvvvvvvvovrsvt + IiThe WayneMJ DepositBanUncW- AYNESBURGi KY Capital 15000 Surplus EL Profits 2500toResources Over 60000 I Dr A K Caldwell K DirectorsD- r Curtis C 0 Gooch H H Sin It J W Wheeldbn Dr J W Acton G W Leach Jas A i M E Wbeoldon I L G Goocb Officers fInyesi L G Gooch President M E Wheeldon las A Hayes V It Presidents Stanley Molntosb Cashier ofllcers of this bank extend a cordial invitation for your iTho your account Is respectfully solicited whether large polite treatment and satisfactory results are assured Interviews and correspondence soUcltedi+ PPPPMRhMMPPPhPPIAPPPPMPPiv w+ w min HamTi- le Coffee with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For the next 30 day we will give r Five Pounds Coffee nt 853 81 75 a 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Tot at 8150 ISO I 88 25 For thirty days you savo 81 25 GIVE IT A TRIAL GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanfordj I The Interior Journal entered tn the PottOffice at Stanford ai rondclau maUlr LN TIMETABLE NoSlBouthmMrXNo S3 Kouth 11 MO A X NoJ4NortIJlIUA St NonNortb627 r M Non 1047 AM No2SSMOr M JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgoon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Storo in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The form of IWncres of good blue grass lAtva lying one mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements nnd fencing good of wntor fruit Alto 125 ncrci of timbered land one mile Imtot MoKlnnoylinir under Touco plenty ngtcropandgooJAO1VNHlnntow ne1 Fall and Winter Stock Have your measure tnken by a tailor of ex penance Then your clothes whethern low price builnera suit or the finest ovenlnc elottes wlll have that Individuality nnd tit whlcb plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your wens uro for extm trousers fancy vet top coats and overcoats Kail and Winter samples on bond ready for your Inspection HO RUPLEYTfaeTallor lnl1fordI CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best at well as tho freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreath purposesIn nbove I have nil ilndrof vegetables cm hand at reasonable prIces OIIRISTMAN nUKEX MOURNS KD HCIIIIABD lunll- Sllmrord Ky insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 84 Office OS Insure with me and be fully projected Y JWEWU 1 GinscrqColds Si fcfl areD aUrsaadcaniobeUerforyou Ethan agents or LouuvilleWritepicgtaji we fumuh wool bags tree mSABELSONSC YAaU HCB IN tBSC 223 P Cartel St LOUISVILLE K- YIN5URANCI3 R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Lightning Fire Tornado Life Live Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JlBeazleyCo UncIertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture r MattirjgsBugtf They will exchange Furniture for all Rinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right t j i H f J J STAFFORD KENTUCKY J C McCIary i andDealerSTANFORD KYsI Offle Phone ler HoraeJPhonerj PARJIERtSDEPARTDNT FOR SALE Field of bay in stack Mrs Mattie V Kirby 2t Two fresh Jersey cows for sale W C Shanks Stanford Ky JoneE3 FOR SALt30 good 1050pound feed ers G A Swinebroad near Hubble R L Prewitt sold 10 1200pound cattle to J C Johnston of Danville at EC We have S5 or 40 No1 feeding hogs for sale at once Lutes tCo Huston ville Ky- Edna Mae shown by Matt Cohen was defeated at St Joseph Mo by Missouristallion C J Wagner of Franklin sold 156 llmonthaold Duroc hogs to McElwain Bracken for 2500 ESTRAY Dark sorrel yearling mule left court day Will pay reward forre turneE T Beaaley Stanford No 4 FOR SALE About 50 tons of good timothy hay in stack will have bated ns soon ns can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky U F D No1 CATTLE MENI have 200 acres of fine pasture 2i miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle at 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 FOR SALE Pair I6 hand homo mules two yearlings and one colt Register ed Duroc boar and some young bonrs ready for service It H Crow Shelby City Ky R F D No2 box 23 MyLES WANTED Bprnier Ramsey will be in Stanford Monday October U 1909 county court day to buy three car loads of mules from two to seven years old Have your mules here A M Pence Agt 2t I Judge B F Hill of Henry county has pooled his tobacco In a newspe per card Judge Hill says conditions have changed and he is willing to take part in a peaceful organization for tho protection of the grower 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 By a large majority the Burley tobacco growers voted that the pool should be continued this year and that the books should be kept open until Oct 20 At some meetings it was vot ed that unless the pooling was Increas ed by that time the pooling should be declared off There are now 101238 acres in the pool BARGAIN 354 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ico house buggY house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit purchaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom I land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stan ford Ky n Money Comes In Bunches To A A Chisolra of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver consti patton nervousness and general do bllity ho writes couldnt t sleep bad 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 vigor Now J can attend to business ovary day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves 60c at Pennys Drug Store o Though the political pot cannot be expected to reach the boiling point so early in October the present week will a witness a warming up of interest in nnairs of state Throughout the country scattering district nominating con ventions will be held and while they will be local in character tho resolu tions adopted hero and there wilt have a significance understood by tho political seers Much interest will center in the influence exerted by the recent speeches of President Taft A tlcklins ordry cough can be quick CoughRemedy byPennys weddingbeinggroom is not here The bride Is about to faint Come comeI Let us have a search before we have any hysterics Ho may Youlookhind these palms Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See byPennysIt is hard to tell who stands best chance with that girl Then she is impartial with her Yes and her father is impar tlal WIth hlsstockmarket tips r At a very expensive Bedding recently the bridesmaids carried shower bou quell of real vegetable Even some of the little nations are walking up and looking around for bar gains in secondhand Dreadnoughts If your husband is kept Irritated he will make a much better job of beating tho rugs An historical novel a list of casu attics dated back a century A breach of promise suit doesnt stand much chartce with only a bunch of picture postcards as exhibits The BedRook of SuocessI Lies in a keen clear brain backed by energyaSuch power comes from the splendid health that Dr Kings Now Llfo Pills impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon Llzemore W Yai writes ThY are the best pills I over used 25c at Pennys Drug Store Two men were killed and eight other passengers were injured by the break ing of an axle of a Pittsburg street cur The McKlnney Woolen Mills McKlnney Ky it now In operation and Is ready to servo the In making Jeanl Miueys lllnnkiti Flannels Yarns Etc Will either work wool orexchnnno aoudsTor It High est market price for CIt WU1GHT Pier I STOP THAT HEADACHE By having your eyes properly fitted with Hill Unit Main 8t I lttuntord your needs nni guarantee satisfaction lie also carries In stock Edison phonographs and the latest records which you can buy for cob or on monthly Installments Uall and let us talk the matter over K Y KB TKHTK D FluE Small Farm For Sale I I desire to sell privately my tarns of 67 1 norm In Lincoln county seven tulles from I Stanford and two tulles irons I zrarwoodtongood road mile Ike borhood close to church rural route and i tJrYllroduc1lve I vation nil under good fence Uomfortiible house of six room new tarn end all other outbuildings Abundance of line wnt r nnd fruit of all kinds J T LIVINOSTON IL P D No 1 Blnnford Ky Two Small Farms for Sale I roomtlwellngytodrtarkall under good f nce and every Held well watered 1 acre In orchard S yours old It acres In urnssiali lu good state of cultivation raised IO pounds tobacco anti yenr1rlce1rooiu tenant house M foot tobacco darn welt watered inncns under new fence bnl ancu In line Umber IS acres well cleared fine corn nod tobacco land 1rlco fnu Kit tinl xl8iullt sSouth of Stanford on Homer set pike Tract No1 Is on pike No 3 Is I mile from pike on county rood Address or see mo at Stanford Ky II O HKltUY HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY i5Q I Few people In its United State bsva not heard of the OourlerJounfsl Democratic la all thing fair In all Iblotk oleos la ash thing It Is essentially a family paper B special arrangement we are enabled to ot fer the WEEKLY GOUUIRItUUitNAL yearend this paper for tie price named I above Send your nubcrlptlon forth com blnntlon to usnot tc the OourlnrJooriuil A bit o turf h paddy baste Down town Upon his troubled brow he wears A frowH They Have a little house you knows A yard And been trying hard to grow Some sward And thus he lugs it conies to pass Around i A bit of turf composed of grass And ground Ills faco as ho displays his patch Is drawn His wife has sent him out to match Some lawn Stock of Merchandise for Sale I ileiro to soil privately my dock of Oro ceries unit Hardware n good burl nee Will Invoice nbout fifoo llonion ItlnoaltbOKO D HOPrKIl Stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE I 1 wish to sell privately my form of fit acres at Jumbo lilnroln County Ky four milts front MoKlnner Ha on It good le room dwellliiK bare collar spring liouio tine water etc Unuil U In hlsnttato of cul tivation Alio Imvo four other tmall fnrnu for nlll All well Improved Terms sntls factoryUOHIP1LEStanford Ky n F D Noa O B PRUITT Moroland Kentucky New Fall Lino Millinery now in Also lcw Furniture coming in nl motdailyG InuiTT Moreland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer or Marble and Granite Monuments Marker and Toils Uemetery and Lawn Vases nnd Hottves Offlco nud works M o Kinney Ky PUBLIC SALE I toKinneyHATUUDAY OCT 9lts sell at publlo auction the following personally One good square r I suit of furniture e or S bed spring 1 now range tu nIna root chairs several roakars ses S clocks I xnihilandi 1 largo hand sumo parlor miintle mirror 1 hnudiome tlruteuioMr tnsstingselosewing tun ehlnetables w lido llIId Irolnndmany other things not mentlonxl I offer loinhighest bidder Terms cash us I expect to leave soon iiftvr the sale hate will begin at loeloekiMi MRS Pit MOO11B PUBLIC SALE 1 Having decided to movo to town I will an TtllsnLY OCT ItlllII sell to tine highest bidder my farm situated 34 suites rout Stanford on IJinentter pike u contains Muor with lour roons dwell lUll umMMtry outbulldinitsiiiid wvll watered ImiiifdlHte possession I will ails sell goal work mult 1 work borsel Clolddlitt harness horse I8year old harness horse S vupound sliivr 1 farm WUROII 1 buggy good in now 1 iiltc harrow I binder I mow er 1 wheat drill riding cultivators a sets harness 3U bushels onions 1 hUIo A lot of old tlnre furniture and my entire lot of household goods Also a lot of corn Terms made known on day of sale Sale will bu gin at IDA I M1v P llonisKox Stanford Ky I PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to go straight op I wll on llXI YOOTI110ICI Court dayatNunneiluysnew stock yards ulcer sale to the fol lowing dnscrllxMl stocks one 4 year uld stallion by Preston dam by Win Wvloli I Hclllirrolduuh I nnd Is u good one I l buy 1ycnrolil ally by rrettonUam by O KOIny Thlsllllylsun broke but gnee till the untos nuturnt 1 sor JicOartysOenlbettonughbrvil Snare 1 Itiorougbbrvd years old by Mlnstrul IstUuiu to Jiiy lIck with Lincoln Hqulrrcl filly colt by side 1 lllfy colt by Don Vnrrlck out of hOn Tune mure I black stud colt Also atsausu time und place wlllolt r the following stock Ono oldJOkll5C hands high nnd n JilekIIpeens jrnnn 1 extra yearling lack colt royally hrt 1 flyenrold Jennet safe In foul 3yearold Jennet with Jennet colt at skit unit stilt In foal to Jim Ke ne Tht- atoukwiII1woldwhlhutreserve or lima Terms n credit of Umoiitbit will lie elvun nKotlnlUp note payable nt the First Na flaunt Uank of Htnnforil bearing a per snot Interest from date Rule nt 1e A M UltlOIfT JoFfm1Jf h n Lexington TrotS- OCT5To16THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD STAKES 55000 S21000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct 5 3000 TENNESSEESTuesdayoct55OpO TRANSyLVANIA Thur 3000CUPSTAKEMon4yOct11GREAT2O3PACE 5000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thursday Oct 14IOther Sensational Races Daily Welis Prize Band Of AthiaBLANCHE BERNDTMEHAFFEY SopranoSolo- istIN DAI LY GQNQEBfS ONE FARE ON RAILROADS r JrXl J i Look Look Lookl 1 Just received h complete liuo of 1nll nnd Winter Shoes for Men Women und Children in Patents View Otis Metal 0x 151 ood nnd Box Calf Moro styles than ever shown hero before Prices are always tho lowest SAM ROBINSONI 1 STANFORD KY J I Stanford GarageMacfiirie Go INCORPORATED y AUTOMOBILES FEED CUtTERS 1 GASOLINE ENGINES tCRUSHERS V FARM IMPLEMENTS AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT H+ B V JR THCO TT- Will 1 Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce Scrap Iron and Rubber H B NORTHCOTT Stanford FOR SALE I AIlk lr CJHHl Notion Groceries IlardKArti Tinware Ac about fW IX Inc fair busiiiM Jlherlllrlll- OI1IIAIUURlrubOrlhanl Ky J J BELDEN Forlions nndUurrlagelslntlng and Trim ting lepo lpuslut liun and Lock llllth Ing Shop opixMiie depot J J BRiuKti Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING 1 am prepared todo all kinds of snrwyln and alvll promptly My work- will 1gmrruntuedand my pricvt fire rea sonable Write m nt or end mo over the telephone through the lluitonvllle Exchange WALr MrKINNEY CONCRETING Wo ore osltlontodoall kinds or concreting such as lllock Work 1avcmeiits dud In taut wi eon make any thing from r house down to n fence post Wo can servo you promptly nnd gtutruntn llr tclnuwork mid iiiaterlnl dill and Kt our prices before you buy your material at lend PHILLIPS BROS1 Stanford KI FINE FARM IN GAftP ARD COUNTY FOR SALE i A fine blue grass for sale situated on Ike nest 1oliit Leavll nnd six milessouth of Lancaster contnlnliiK W Heron well located In Kood neighborhood being part of the John Walker tract with n hand some now twostory seven loan residence thoreonwlth nil snryouHiulldlniiand good now Imrn 40x0 well watered six never fnlllng springs nod creek running TruMH54 cash In hand balance one Rod two years Interest postpaid- lersonbolting bearing six per for pili CIa write orsee WOWALKa14Htatlford I I ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE My one Blue bluegrass farm 8 piles tut of Ilustonvlllu ono inllo trans pike t1l1rponler Station consisting of Jtj1 Wires of rich bluegrass lIelllP or tobacco Innd all In grass Ts form can la equally to no RI to have n good DWELLING HOUSE oncaciiplecosulsonll necessary outbuild The farm lays almost Ina square only pnenngle Inline There are Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables- one tenant house good water In every fold six tasting springs with three streams run ning lotrnct J Stele CarpenterHUSTON viLie Kr REWARDHaving suftertHl roiuldirnbla annoyance gatelatch I ruststhroughn toward fur Inrormatlon Imdlutt to the conviction of such txirton or i lr on I will therefore give thti sum of le tot Infor mation lo dl n C to tiw arrest and conviction of any party or tartan ttint have broken the latcruHi on nay of my Ralfsor that hgye snwed down or turndown any of my gales on the county road which runs from the f t JIIIIedgeyllleturnpikeuse same amount for Information IxaiTliuc to the orrrat end conviction uf any tart or irrtlw who In the future commit any of the iilx ve olTansvs UllustlFarm for Sale On Uaavlllet Huntnnvlllt plkn of 10 acres lorelandwaterfurnlshsi latmIInthenextnmrs nKlsUirrd l registered stallloht 811 rnrmIligse 11 the whole nulntor any partof tbestork and If i sell the Inns the stock I mint SII not later Ihtin 40days so as to jlvn tsohareto colts tupproeluteof this farm Any ifrnon riinin dlstnnro I f r urllilaA t obauti1111 KINO Moreland Ky D IIdidIeAt q- Co1 e Httstohville K U Undertakers and Wecarry v of goods 0