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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 5, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909100501_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): October 5, 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. The Interior Journal, fOL. XXXVII. POLITICAL. Abraham C. Eby, Mayor of Va., Is In the Federal prison at Atlanta for cxtortinjr money from tho Pennsylvania rnllroad. Juitlco William Jay Gaynor, of the Now York Stato Supremo court, was nominated for mayor of (ircater New York by tho democratic city convenUurko-vlllc, n, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER NEWS NOTES. The Stnto Is preparing to pay $100,-00- 0 to school teachers. John Van Norwlck, tho big paper pulp manufacturer, Is dead nt Applolon, Wis. Tho local option election nt Roanoke, Va , resulted In a victory for tho wots, tho majority being G9. citi Nowton D. Davis, n zen of the Sulphur Well section of Jot saminc, is dead after o long Illness. It Is n mlstnko nlmut the only saloon in Tennessee, tho Oasis, burning. It continues to flourish like a green bay well-know- n 5, 1909. NO. G3. BauRhman-McCart- y Contest. 0 In another column brief reference Is made to tho opinion of tho Court of Ap- peals in the suit of M. S. Ilaughman vs tho Democratic County Committee relativo to the contest of Mr. McCnrty's 1 right tc. a certificate of nomination for- Since thero can be no further qucsr.Kni. in wie cermi- sheriff. Since writing that paragraph uu" ol. io oi nomination we mnccreiy nana we have se.n tho full opinion of tho H ! l" " tion. court which sustains tho action of tho committee, as well as tho reason which "ha111 fmvo Peaco In, our wn hoU8.eho!t'' J, Overton Dickinson, tho oldest Ron 1mark lh,8 controlled their ruling on McCarty'- - I8"'1 that I'"1 un1 of Secretary of War Jacob M. Dlckln-o4 f4 f4"f4 f camua K" unoer me pany Is danucroualy 111 of heart fnlluro demurrer. After reciting the facts of our friends on Nash-villtho content, tho appellate court pro chosen leader against at his homo at Hollo Meade, near tho other sido of tho political line. ceeds to say: Disappointments coma to tho best of Tho Chamber of Commorco of Now tree. "Kaughman gave to his successful us in this life, even In our most worthy Dan McAvoy, the comedian, died nt Haven, Conn., has received assurance opponent a notice of conte.t in aspirations, Let us bear them philo'that President Taft and Gov. HurIim, his homo nt New York. McAvoy and which he stated that the officer of sophically. Defeat often come when tho election and tho committee had of Now York, will bo Ruosta nt tho an- - his wife wero among tho first Ameri wo think we arc entitled to a better nual banquet of that body on Nov. 15. can variety performers. wrongfully counted more than 200 fate. Let us bear It In good temper Cholera has becomo epidemic nt SeIllegal votes as having been receivJudRO Nelson 11. McNow received tho nnd like n thoroughbred. ed by McCarty, giving the names Democratic nomination for judue of oul. Korea, moro than 600 cases having Nicholas county after ono of tho warm- been reported since tho diseaso mado of tho voters in each precinct and t IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. tho reasons why they were illegal. est political contests in tho history of Its appearance. Thus fir no foreignOscar Roberts, who accidentally kll'- McCarty answered tho notfeo of tho county. Tho voto of tho primary ers havo been attacked. Ily direction of tho Secretary of War, ed John McKeo In Pulaski, committed held today follows: McNow, 47(5; John contest by n counter notice, in Gen. W. W. Witherspoon, acting chief suicido. M. Campbell, 413; Harry Kennedy. which he denied that 200 or any Ilof staff, authorized tho Issue of 20,000 Gov. Willson appointed Farris R. legal votes had been cast or count4 13; John T. Morfjan, CO. Feland, of Lawrcnceburg, special judge A .iifftTfutlnn recently mado that n short army rations to tho cyclone sufed for him in tho primary, and deof tho Hell Circuit Court. nied specifically that certain voters national Democratic conference bo held ferers .in Terrebonne parish. La. John VanNortwick, millionaire paper named by Ilaughman were illegal Ernest Hays, who shot and killed his somo time before tho National conven-tlo- u brother-in-lacould dis- and pulp manufacturer and owner of for the causes named or for nny James Lane, was nr In order that democrat cause. Ho agreed with Ilaughman rested in the mountains near Bere.i. cuss tho Issues of tho camRalRn in tho moro water power rights than any man that certain other voters named in In a fight at Somerset between Will hope of presenting n united front haa In Wisconsin, died at his homo in Wis,, from heart failure. Daughman's notice of contest were Gossctt nnd Allen Sears tho former got resulted in some interesting views from It is reorted that the Chesapoako & illcRal voters; but denied specificalhis skull cracked hy a brick in tho national leaders. Somo arc in accord ly that they voted for him and alhands of Sears. suggestion, while others are Ohio railroad has acquired control of with tho the Chicago, Cincinnati and Louisville, leged that they voted for Ilaugh"Aunt" Harriet Bailey, who lives on akeptical as to any Rood result. denied man. McCarty also gave the names Stanford nvenuo near tho colored pub Tho Danvlllo Advocato saya that the The report, however, has been , C. & L. of many other persons and alleged lic school, has a stock of hens that lay Rentlcmrn on tho republican sido of tho by tho president of tho Knox county, Indiana, voted "wot' that they were illegal voters nnd curious eggs. Last year ono of these house shouUl Ret rid of tho judicial bco Forty-thre- e in a local option election. that they had voted for IlauRhman hens laid un egg that boro a perfect rethat soema to bo buzzinR In their precincts In the county show a majority nt tho primary election. Ho alleged semblance to a snake. Yesterday she Uy doinR so they wlllaavo themVin- that his real majority over Ilaughfound an egg that has letters on it. P selves a Rreat deal of unnecessary trou- of 7G1 for tho wets. Tho city of by a majority of man was much greater than reportand Y nro easily distinguishable. Adble and expense and tho humiliation of cennes nlso went wet ed by tho committee. Tho county vocate. an "also ran" In the future. In thia 1,709. W. E. Marsh, builder of tho Ogdcn-Luciaro commltteo met on a day fixed nnd district, so far as the democrat CHURCH MATTERS. cut off, ono of E. 11. Harriman's adopted rules for the contest; nnd concerned, they know that tho office on that day, after adopting the Saulley and could not achievements In railroad construction, HOURhtJudRc of the Tho Louisville conference s rule. McCarty by counsel filed a Methodist Church. South, will meet iwsiibly have found a better qualified died at San Francisco after a month apillness, following an opcrution for demurrer to Itaughman's notice of man to fill It. next year in Russellvillc. pendicitis. contest. Argument of counsel for Rev. J. J. Dickey preached two Rood D. Harris has been found to break up tho carrywas In an effort Prof. J. the parties on this demurrer sermons at the Methodist church Sunweapons, Gov. guilty oi mo muruer oi tviinam i ing of concealed deadly commenced before noon and resumday. The people of Stanford welcome n Willson refused to pardon tho jail Thompson, associate editor of the ed nnd finished nflernoon. After Rev. Dickey and family and hopa their Virginian, on April 24 last, and Imposed upon several promisentences tho argument the committee left stay here will be pleasant. jail. sentenced to four years' imprisonment. nent men, who must now ro to tho court room and went to tho cirWith tho statement, "I don't believo In tho caso of Roger Hoffman, of Bour- An npcal wai taken. cuit court clerk's office to consider a minister can lead an honest life now," conductor on of carrywK con"I am tho 13th oldest bon county, convicted and decide tho question submitted. Rev. D. II. Corrick resigned as pastor cealed o deadly weapon, and sentenced tho road," suld Joseph Runner, of PhilAfter considering tho matter, tho of the Christian church at Lawrence, to pay a fine of $50 and servo 10 days adelphia, to his wife just before going committee decidrd by n voto of sevKansas. in jail, tho Governor says: "This is an out on run, "nnd I feel a bit worried." en to live to sustain the demurrer Mrs. R. L. Berry and Miss Jessie application for the pardon of the Jail Half an hour later he was killed while nnd dismiss the proceeding. Powell will entertain the organized by HuURhmnn a man of prominence. Ten making up his train. sentence of There was no effort Sunday school classes and teachers of Hy n trip to Clay county Auditor or hi counsel to file an amended days forcarrylnR a pistol, If enforced, tho Hustonville Christian church at the will do moro to stop the practice and James has recovered for the State two notice or pleading." home of Mrs. Crit Riffe Wednesday af Raugh sorrow which the habit farms and $3,000 cash in bank, which save life and Further along and referring to ternoon from 3:30 to 5:30. entails than a dozen jailinR of men not hud been overlooked. It is believed the man's chargo that tho committee had well known. The law make no excep State treasury will realize alout$10,0G0 failed and refused to give him a trial This and That. tions. I am really very sorry that it is from tho investigation mado by the of his contest, the court says: By a large majority the Hurley to- S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT w.:m bright, cashier, Auditor. my duty." "Thero can be no douht that tho bacco Rrowers voted that the pool Thomas II. Swope, a Kansas City committee did meet nnd act as n j. w. J. B. PAXTON, cash. The Famous Transylvania Stake millionaire, who retained his citizenshould be continued this year, and that body upon appellee (Itaughman's) H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER This prcat race, on Thursday, Oct ship In Woodford county, Ky., died at books should be kept open until the contest, by hearing nnd considering HVYS FOSTfcR. CLERK. October 20. 7th, third day of tho Lexington Trots, Independence, Mo. He gave n fortune a demurrer filed to hU proceedings, , championship OIREOTORSl U for tho annual trottinR A boy has just been born at Atlanta to Kansas City and mudo gifts in Ken which demurrer they sustained nnd of tho world. It is always n Rreat tucky with tho request they be kept that U the thirteenth child of a thir- I. H. Owsley, Stanford; S. II Sliauks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford dismissed the contest. This ended race, and this year will bo sensational secret John B. Poster, Stanford; V. II. Shanta, Stanford; T. C. Ranteenth child on its mother's side, and tho matter in so far ns tho commit-tc- o kin, Lancaster; .1. It. Puxton, Stanford; V. H. Traylor, the seventh son of a seventh son on II of tho best stake winners in tho Charles A. Gordon wns convicted of This court has no is concerned. country aro named, Including Margin tho murder of William Fnuling, Jr., ' power t" review tho action of tho Gilberts Creek; R. L. Huhblo, Lancaster; W. . its father's sido. Representatives of 11 governments II. Cummins, l'reachcrsville; Lilhurn I'ensia Maid 2M. Hob Douglas and sentenced to life imprisonment at committee." (rnocli, Gilberts Creek. Inner Guard 2M, I'aderewski Huntsville, Gn. Tho testimony of Mr. Referring to Hiughman's contention will attend the ISth annual meeting of 2:W1. Marie N. 2:07. Todd Mac 2:071. Fauling that Gordon had confessed to that the committee should have opened the Association of Military Surgeons of Jack McKcrron 2:07. Haron May 2:071. her that ho killed Fauling, brought the tho ballot boxes nnd counted the ballots the United States, to be held in WashCarroll 2:031, Kl Victress, etc. Ono case to an unexpected close. because a petition of 10 per cent, of tho ington this week. The Pulaski county, Ark., grand jury faro round trip on railroads during There was suppressed excitement in voters in certain precincts had requestwesting. Oct. returned an indictment against W. Y says: tho Criminal Court at Nashville, Tcnn., ed that this bo done, tho court Ellis, charging him with murder in the 'The difficulty In tho way of IlaughFarmers nro busy when Attorney General McCarn read a WAYNHsnuno. first degree for killing N. P- - Willis, of arraignment against tho grand is that he did not mako these man cutting corn. An Interesting meeting written Indianapolis, lnd., in the circuit court petitions a part of his notice or prois in proRress at tho Methodist church jury. He asked formally that tho body room in Little Rock several montl s ceeding; he did not refer to them In are now be purged of unworthy members nnd near Kubanks. Tho farmers ago. to give the commitha wished to complain Linthat the matters any way so as harvesting tho buckwheat crop in tee notico that he relied uKn theso Pulaski conntics. Jbhn Moser of bo heard in open court. coln and Its A lop botch Doer. Tho annual report of tho Atchison, petition to aid him in his proceedis with his friends in this section and is Grout deeds compel regard. Tho Was no Fo Railway Company ings. And further, thkue putting in some hard licks for tho dem- Topeka and Santa world crowns iti doers. That's why PENDING IMUlCBKnlNG for tho fiscal year ending Juno 30, 190U, M. CONTEST ocratic party. tin- - American people havo crowned Dr. shows iucomn from operation WHEN THESE PETITIONS SIGNED RX ICIng's New Discovery tho king of and from nil source of $93,421,-09Frightful Fato Avortod. THE VOTEKS OF THE TIII1EE Throat and lung remedies. Kvery Deducting from this expedites of UBFERKEU TO WEItB FILED tl would have been u cripple for atom Is a health force. It kills semis WITH THE CHAIUltAN KEQ.UBSTING A llfn (mm n terrible out on my kneo tGl.458,019 and fixed charg03 or aud colds and lagrlppe vanishes. It U ALLOTS." n balance for tho year of RECOUNT OF THE oan." writes Frank Dlsbury, Kolllhor, membranes and heals cough-rackis shown. We are informed that it was upon the Minn., "without niieklen'n Arnica lullamod bron-chSecretary Dickinson finds nothing to ground set forth in this last quotatidn coughing stop. Sore, Infjil Salve, which soon cured mo." tubes aud lungs uro cured and in that the commltteo, or somo of them, llble for wounds, cuts and bruises, It criticise in the action of Gon. Grant Goo. Moore, iking part In a prohibition and law favored sustaining McCarty 's demurrer. hemorrhages cease. Dr. boon cures bums, scalds, old sores, t writes ''it eureJ me parado in Chicago, in his Tho eourt of appeals thus upholds both Ulack Jack, N. liulU, skin eruptions. World's best enforcement hopeless Major Gcnoral of tho tho action and tho reason of tho action of lung trouble pronouncod , for piles. 25o nt Penny's Drug Storo uniform as n 81. Trial bot-t- lo by all doctors." United States army, and said that as of tho committee, and roverses tho freo. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug "Why do you linger so long at the to such movements each soldier and of judgment of tho circuit court. Tho Storago. - opinion concludes thus: seashore!" ficer has a right to determino that tnat'I haven't tho heart to ro home and tjr for himself. "The judgment of tho lower court "Why don't you tell people you wuz disappoint Ferdy " With 200 delegates representing 18 is reversed and romanded wltli inSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. wit' Cook or Peary?" inquiredthe town "As to how!" States present the biennial convention structions to dismiss Itaughman's sot. n AlHe rhapsodizes in ovcry letter about ot tho National petition." "I git enough abuse as it Is," replied ORGANIZED IN J882. my beautiful white arms." liance opened in tho North Cincinnati Thus ends this improvident party con- tho wandering one. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Hall. Ono of tho principal slo- troversy. An additional quietus is put SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. "Health ColTeo" Is tho cleverest Turner the organization cryIt Is the woak nerves thut aro gans of to it by tho following lottor from Henry Imitation ol real colTco uver yet mado. tion will bo Bounded HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2I6,500 by the It. Prewitt, chairman of tho Democrat- ing out for holp. Then help them, Dr. Shoop created It from puro parch- president. Dr. C. J. Hexamar, of Phila ic Stato Central Committee to Mr. don't drug tho stomach or stimulate Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Combines Absolute ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In delphla, in his annual address. Uaughman, a copy of which was sent tho Hoartor Kidneys. That is wrong. We Solicit Your Account. Customers. lluvor Is made In just ono minute. Vitalize these weak Insldo nerves with Deposit Boxes for Use of our by Mr. Prewitt to McCarty: No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. and seo how Tho little Candy Cold Curo Tablets Dr. Shoop's ltstorallvo SEPT. 24, 1909. Suiuplo free, l'enny's Drug Store. called Proveutlcs, will In a few hours fast good health will como 10 you DIRECTORS. M, S. Uaughman, Stanford, Ky: OFFICER. apaln. Tost It and see, safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo. Mil. sola oy Kev. Jonah W. Lupton, noted as a F. Heid. Sold by Penny's J. H. Daubman. thciul Dear Sir.- -I have just received from icnny's Drug Store. Try J. S. Hocker, President;. I'reibyterlan minister, died In Wineht-to- r, -- M. D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus. Hon. J. A. Sullivan, State Central Com- Drug Storo. S. T. Harris, Va. A St. Louli man has bad one thou, m H. C. Uaughman, J. V. Cummlos, roitteeman from tho 8th district, papers t made to give to men John . McKoberts, Cashier, no. C, Robinson, S. T. Harris, filed by you contesting tho nomination and blue buttons Tho sporting pajro of pink nretho Uyomel and euro catarrh. who will agree to wear them us a sign II. C. Baughman, Asst. Cath'r V. U O'Dannon J. S. Hocker, of Mr. W. L. McCarty for sheriff of Seems nearly due stomach dosing. Completo outfit No willing to give up seats O. E. Tale. Lincoln county. As this matter is now that they re To printed be, 1 think, Y.V . Saunders, Bookkeeper. Including Iphalerfl. Guoranteod by women. Dendine In the court of appeals I shall in street cars to In dismal blue. -O. L. Penny, Druggist. not conveno the State Central Committee to consider ft. Since the matter has been taken to the courts, they should finally pass upon It. Very truly yours, H. It. Pncwrrr, chm'n. 'y "B FREE IVLsL). "' o. ."'""' "" f444 f4 - n Jan. i, 1910, we will give away one DAVENPORT that is worth $100. n, On every dollar's CASH purchase, we will present you with a FREE TiCKET , C-- on this handsome bon-ne- n Cummins 6c Wearen, Wur-renlo- STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Cbe Lincoln oumt; national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, 35O.O0O.C0 Surplus, Resources, 40,000.00 340,000.00 rochester, asst. -- offlM,-JW5.71- G 1, 1, ul If you want the Best Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by C E. T. FENCE, ZiTANFOWD. KY. V 60-t- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, German-America- anti-prohi- i y - t; m - 1 jjk-jjj- tei -- ec ' l Mr- - afciairar !. wj i im " Wy iTT txp. - Mp9 The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge, C 8AUFLEY, of Lincoln. For Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer. For State 80 tin tor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Representative, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, M. W.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For Hhertrr, W. L. MeCARTY For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jntler, best in the countrylwhile each of the several denominations has creditable houses of worship. Tho Catholics alto have a handsome church with a healthy membership. A flno courthouse adorns the center of town and helps no little the appearance of Morgan county's cap ital. Too much can bo 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 maniih appearance that does not appeal to a fellow who lives among tho Lord's most beautiful. A handsome Carnegie Library is ono of tho sights of Martinsville and her people are justly proud of tho institution. It was built at a cost of $50,000 and is filled with books and periodicals. There isn't a hill in Martinsville and it covers a great deal of ground but knobs or small mountains can bo 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. "Thompsio" Cooper, who was here twice for eczema. Ho made a splendid impression here, as he Tho employes where. docs overy around 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 nnd doubtless does suit many people, but give me Stanford. I would not givo the delinquent tax list of tho dear old place for all the Martinvllles this side of Kingdom come. E. C. W. ad there. This the committee cosld not legally do because the State taw gives to the committee the power only of fixing the time and manner of making party nominations. The commit tee, however, offered to call a convention of tho party for tho purposo of making a nomination, but this was not agrecablo to tho captain. He seemed to be apprchensivo that the republicans of Garrard (his own county) would "throw him down." And thus the matter ended with nothing done. In the meantime the captain got busy soliciting voters to sign a petition asking him to run in defiance of party regularity. It is an easy thing to get somo people 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 whero the office is one of dignity and high importance and there arc respectable and influential party organizations charged with the power of making nominations, a man who appropriates tho device of one of theso parties to further his own ambition, not only forgets tho dignity of the office but stabs tho party whose device he takes. A DINK FARMER For Attessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hcbooli, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District, IAMES McKECHNIE For Constnble Stanford Dlitrlct, I. M. BRUCE For Maglstrate;Crab Orchard District, I. WARD MOORE For Magistrate Hustonvllle District, J.K.HELM.SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable Wnynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH Editor W. P. Walton, of tho Lex ington Gazette, is striking somo sledge hammer 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 truo light and it is clearly pointed out that the so called demo crats on that ticket have been democrats for revenue only. It is to bo hoped that Judgo Parker, who has sucked the public teat for 25 years, and tho other Let us admonish the democrats to men of his ilk who were determined to get to work and leave nothing undone run on one ticket or tho other, will be in their effort to elect the magnificent beaten so badly that they will never bo ticket which appears at tho head of heard of again. Let each and all of this page. . I he election is not quite a month off and now is the time to per lect an organization. No party nor person can win without an organization where the contest is anything like close. We know the republicans aro organized, for they are riding day and night, seeing the people and filling them with promises and pledges they never hope to fill, even should they get in power. If a single democrat is considering the thought of voting under the log cabin or'wintering his vote, let him ponder. In all these years of democratic administration there has not been a copper illegally, and we might say wrongfully appropriated. No smell of taint is found on the garment of a single democrat who has held office in Lincoln county in the recollection of the writer, who has "taken notice of things" for the past 30 years. Questions of pith and moment have been well handled by the democratic fiscal courts, the judges, sheriffs, clerks and other officers have given clean, economic administrations. The pikes have been bought and freed with very little burden to tho tax payer, will soon be completed the. court-hous- e and nobody has been, nor will be injured by the $35,000 expended in its conhave struction. Other propositions been as judiciously administered and the democrats have done it all. Why want to turn them out with records can find no flaw in? that even an The republicans might have dona as well but we know what the democrats have done and proof is better than promise. There may be sore democrats, and perchance there may be reason for that soreness, but why blame the democratic party? Thero may bo those who have just grievences but why go to the party that has all along been odious and in which you have neither feeling nor fellowship? Stop and think a little if you are sore, Think how you have fought the republicans in the past and how probably some democrats have fought other democrats for you. Get your head cool, warm up your feet and heart, take your old place in the democratic party and fight the radicals till Sheol freezes over. Do this and all will be well and you'll feel lots tho bet ter because of it. y fellow-1 tjt Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. JOE MAGEE Is a candidate for Police Judge of Crab Orchard, subject to the action of the democratic party nnd asks your support. The Editor Trying to Rid Himself of Rheumatism at Martins ville. Finding it next to impossible to stay Sims Olympian Springs, because, I presume, of its close proximity to the town of towns, I pulled stakes Tuesday afternoon and landed at Martinsville, Ind., Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock, and in a half hour was trying the virtues of the waters. Martinsville is known as the place "Where Rheumatism Meets its Waterloo" and likeSam-b- o I am "praying loud and long" that in my case rheumatics may be left at the post. Martinsville is a town of hotels. It looks to have a population of 3,500 but frequently thero are 5,000 guests here. They come from every where and come for every trouble, but rheumatic guests are largely in the majority. In coming here I make no admission of the superiority of this water over that at Olympian Springs but the accomodations are .better, there is a doctor in every sanitarium and thero are other advantages which are not necessary to explain. I firmly believe them emulate the example of Judas If his end was a fitting one, certainly a like one for Parker and his gang would be. His sin was little if any, greater than theirs. Keep up the good work, my dear brother. You're on the right side and right will We are not the only people who sell Good Clothes, but we are people who sell the best Fittine and Best Tailored Clnthoc the w matter how fine the fabric, unless your clothes Fit Your Form, you are poorly dressed. Our Coats Fit. Slip one on and see. patterns, the tailoring, the fabric AND THE FIT are perfect, The' have We some LOW PRICE Suits, but our main business is done in $15, $20 and $25 Suits. at A Pennsylvania school marm suing for breach of promise, has lost 25 pounds through "worry and shame" over being jilted and wants $1,000 a pound for the loss. Now if tho cruel I I FOR jilter in this case wanted to marry her Will sella Clothing. Hhooandtleiits' he would be willing to testify that she Htore, located In the best low a In was worth $1,000 a pound, but the Doyle county. A great opportunity for the Htocl. about LVbn. chances are that he will not be able to i Hunt mini. . J.. i'nrAMill tnolcJntirnnl. Mtjttl- M Aitrir, Intvrlnr on 11113 ram un- - ioru. neree witn ine piainim der the circumstances. Theso men are queer rascals any way you take them. H. J. McROBERTS Stanford. Ry. SALE S333SgaSSS3SSSr3SH33. K G. L. Penny K. H. Collcy E. II. Coleman MASON'S MEET. FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TRY OUK Talcum Owing to a law secured by the laulllmtet Lincoln UxlEeNo.no bor unions, who are afraid of the com- luslntiM communicationH. on A.M. llrst nnd each petition of convict labor, only 35 per thlrtl Monday nights uteiicli month, at ":: on main ttreeet, Man-lorcent of the prisoners in the Pennsyl o'clock In their hull of sister lodne are Ky. Memlwrs Invited to lie present. T. W. employed at1 vania penitentiaries can be Mcc. ono time. With nothing to do, of their time the convicts are going crazy so fast that an epidemic of insanity is imminent. In one day New Liven. were eighteen lunacy commissions Depot Stroot, held, and more aro to follow. 06, two-thir- lWden, SijKlllgOS, S. O. CARTER. Phone linth lirtubes, Toilet and Ha tli Soaps AND ESI'KCIALLY Our Ice Cold Soda Water yhUi Jcrwy Cream and Tine Fruit Flavors. hotel and sanitarium man at the head of Olympian Springs, sick people would flock there as they do here. While strolling around town killing time I went up into the circuit court room and saw the Morgan circuit court in operation. A fat little fellow, whose name I did not learn, was presiding with great dignity. A damage suit against the Big Four Railroad was in progress and Hon. John W. Kern, whom many of us voted for for vice president in November, was speaking for the corporation. A Mr. Beckett, of Indianapolis, said to be a damage lawyer almost as successful as our Robert Harding, was representing the plaintiff and in the argument he was easily first best. He won his case all right but as usual such cases will go up higher. Beckett looks like he might be a twin brother of Hon. George E. Stone, formerly of Liberty but now one of Danville's leading lawyers. Half of the crowd was smoking and the other half talking loud enough to be heard across the street. I thougt, or rather tried to think, what Judge Saufley would do if things should by hook or crook assume such conditions in the courtu he will preside over after Jan. 1. Dr. P. W. Logan, formerly of Lincoln, but now a citizen of Knoxville, is here with bis wife and daughter, Miss Mary Logan. Mrs. Logan is a confirmte that with an The dispatches say that scientists at STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Yerkes Observatory have mado the first reproducible photograph of comet, which they say is now 350,000,000 miles from tho earth. If it We hate moved our produce, hide nnd is headed this way and bent on destroy- poultry business from Myers' stable to our store recently purchuaed ol llarland two doors Irom ponloltlce. We still ing the world, the youngest of, us need puy cash fornll kinds of country produie. feel no alarm. It won't hit before it La ni IlmiiA.NAV, Htanford, Ky, will be time for us to die of old age. Hat-ley's NOTICE! "VVfV PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, KcntMCky. The wealth of the U. S. is controlled by 5 per cent, of the people and if the republican party keeps In power and continues to foster trusts those Weak Kidneys, surely point to weak kidney centers will get the balance. Nerves. To Kidney like theUteart. and the Ftonuch. find their weakness, not In the onu guide glad all Itself, but la the nerves that control and It makes the Courier-Journa- l and strengthen them. Dr. Bhoop's Kestonvtlve It specifically pretax! to reach that Knox county, Ind , a over to know that controlling nerves. To doctor the Kidney alone. and Roanoke, Va., kept in the "wet" Is luUl. Jt U a waste of Viae, and of money at column. The booze trust is also If 'your back aches or It weak. If the urine scalds, or It dark and strong. If you hers symptoms of Brit hu or other distressing or daagerout kidney disease, try Dr. Bhoop's HettoraUre a month A New York girl having tried unsuc- Tablets or liquid and see what It can and will do lor you. Druggu ncoauatod and tall cessfully to commit suicide on five different occasions, finally did what often proves to be as bad got married. Weak Kidneys er BUY The Improved from Su-perior ON BY PETITION. We understand that Capt. Herndon has filed a petition with the Secretary of State to have his name printed on the official ballot, and under the device of the Log Cabin, as a candidate for circuit judgo. This Is an unusual, tho' a permissible proceeding. Any man has a right to run for any office at his pleasure. But it is supposed to be the privilego of a political party, acting through its constituted authorities, to say who may and who shall not, use tho party's device in candidacy. The republican party in this judicial district did not nominate Captain Herndon. A large and respectable ma jority of this party did not, and do not now, desire that Capt. Herndon shall be regarded as tho party's candidate. Thoy do not favor his use of the party's emblem to further his own personal de- To The Voters of Lincoln County. At a meeting of the republican executive committee held Monday, Sept. 27, 1909, I was selected as tho republican nominee for jailer of Lincoln county. I respectfully solicit the support of the voters of the county in Wiy race. Very truly, Ike Terry, ' Republican nominee for jailer. Ml-o-n- Dr. Shoop's Grain Drills Restorative PENNY'S DRUG STORE POSTED. I sires. The republican district committee of this district did not desire to make a nomination for this office, as we are advised, but at tho repeated insistence ofCapt. Herndon, who personally interviewed the members of the committco and personally attended their credit either to the party it represents session, the (committee convened and or to tho town and county. the session was a stormy one. Cant. Martinsville Is'a city of schools and Herndon strenuously demanded of the churches. The public schools are the committee that it nominate him then ed invalid and Miss Mary is just now. Dr. Logan has tried many resorts In search of health for them and gets bet ter results here than elsewhere. Dr. Logan and family think Dr. Green, the physician at the Martinsville Sanitarium, is at the head of tho doctors of the country. Martinavillo has two papers, a daily of republican persuasion, and a democratic weekly. The ratio of the republicans over the democrats in this county is about 7 to L The latter show their good judgement by keeping up an organization. "Neither paper is a We, whose names appear below, strictly of tresntblng or any is guaranteed by G. L. Pen- forbid hunting, placet and will kind prosecute vipassing 011 our money back. olators to the full extent of the law, ny to cure indigestion or Relieves distressed stomach, belching MIssMattlellevies, Helcbenbttch Ilros. A. T. Traylor. Kred llaumann, N. II. l'lummer. or gas, Etc., in five minutes. Largo l.imurniioocu, Il.o. Nunuelley, Will Hester, J. W. Teck. box, 60c. J, W. lluUKhman. David Hteveut, J.K.IIruce, Wm.Cordler. JohnOamenlseb, President Taft, in his address in the DanTraylor, M. I. Klmore, Fred llnudorf, Uotllhollck. natural amphitheater at the world's I). M. J. J. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs, Anderson. Jut. II. Kadi fair at Seattle, cameoutflatfootedfora J, K. Moser, Mrs. M.j. uortou A, KIUISU ship subsidy and said the country was Mrs. Geo. IjOgitn, J.J.KIIlott. Frank Uordler, W. It. Dnugherty, now ready to try such a measure. Dr.O.O. IVrry, Hev. Father Io, H. II, Ilaughiuun, II. W.ditlnea. "Thore is no subject," said Mr. Taft, . 1. Uriah Albright "to which Congress can better devote Mrt. Marguret IJooch, Jacob IUIOI Dander W. H.Tniylor (leo. I), (livens, its attention at tho coming uesslon." joiiu juivr, Hum llooerts. . m M.J. lloliminn, Amend Holuteftr, A. It. Matheuy Mr. and Mrs. William J. Bryan obK.T, Jleatley 1j. h. darner, Mrt.J.II.Ottsley, wedding served their twenty-fift- h II. I. Fngaley, M..I. Morgan, I arris. It.O. Watkint, at Fairview, the house being H.T.IHundley. U. J. decorated with Hags and flowers and Mrt. Nannie II. Good, It. ll.Oniw. D.K.MuOlure. Anton llouecker. tilled with messages and presents from Anderson uarr. KrrU Voudruvnlgan W. M. Dlshoii. all parts of the world. Mrt. Kute Ador T. I,, llaughiuan. Mrt. Kubeccn It. Carpenter Nlo GluW. Fov W. Dulaney the absconding clerk W. Kopatt, J. K. Moser, of the Circuit Court of Washington John H. Lee. l. Hevlert, Tom herrlll, . county, Tennessee, who was captured (ihrlstlnn Jnoob, W. W, l'ltman, Krl I'uyk. was returned to Johnson uty. a 1 w HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FAUMF.lt: Mako your homo us modem for your family as a city residence, and placo yourrelf in u position to get tho luteut market ciuotntiomi ut any time. This can ho accomplished by means of our tclephoiio ecrviaf, which you and your neighbors cuuget for 11 sum that t enmll compared with juii ut uuuTi'tM our ncurcxi oiuco or writo direct to uiu uciii'iiui rixuiveti. heudiuiirteni, Nashville, Tenu., for information regardiug our special "Far-meLino" rate. If you are not ut present enjoying telcphouo (service, wo cuu immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, TcnucsHce, MUshwippi, Louisiana atid tho Southern itortiou of Iiidiaua uud Illinois. FAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. &t (INfOUrOUATKU)! "U-J- i pjpw HBWi vmt i mi& T ltr' F1 H 'l f'l'wwr That Fall Suit ! Do thcBc crisp Autumn dnys make you wish for n comfortable feeling Buit in a rich warm shado? The style of coat and skirt aro sensible and elegant looking. Dont buy a suit that is skimped in order to sell for a few dollars less. Buy a suit with a coat the right length and the skirt the proper fullness Wo arc showing some pretty models in Green, Navy, Cato.ba, 1'aupe, Jicsin and Black. 'JJhe workmuiihhip is all anybody could desire. Our stock is complete with raw goods in every department. ,3 L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Marti SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Old papers for aalc. shoe This office & SON. at $1. STANFORD KY. MATRIMONIAL. School at Scveranco & Son's. Young cockerels for salo L. B. Cook, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. and Hodtro-vill- e, SWKI.l. shoes for ladies at Severance n cloak, red with black trimmings. yesterday. 5, 1001) Stanford, Kt., & Son's. Return to Mrs. J, A Hobinson and get Carl Lutes, 19,and Miss Rosa Wilson, reward. 19, were married at James Wilson's Arent J. S. Hice sold M tickets to 10 cent clfjnr wo SrECUt. Joan of Arc The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris- Saturday. will sell on Saturday ami Sunday" only Cincinnati Sunday. Thomas Status, 22, and Miss Mandio cent straight. Penny's Druu Store. 5 tian church will meet In the lecture The diphtheria cases in town are con- room of tho church at 2:30 Saturday Martin, 20, were married at Harrison valescing, wo aro glad to say. Martin's Saturday. 0t. Lost, between llubblo Brose Carter, 59, and Miss Belle Cole, 17, wero married at Dan Christopher's i s mm -- NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS PERSONALS. m Dr. J. 0. Owsley Is III Miss Jf.nnie Perri.ES Is ill. Mas. Susan YeaokrIs some better. J. W. Hayden, of Paris, is hero with relatives. J. W. Acev went up to Jelllco yesterday on business. Charles K. Hoiion, of Lebanon, was here Sunday and yesterday. Drookb Marker, of Winchester, spent few days with his father hero. of Whh. J. T. Carson and children, Lebanon, aro with Mrs. 11. D. .Carter. Mr. G. W. Thomas, of Somerset, paid this olllco a pleasant call yesterday. I have one property. room for rent In Craig Mrs. Catherine McClary. The executor of Mr. T. J. Hobinson advertises his farm for salo this issue. THOSE owing this oillce will please call in next Monday, county court day, and settle. Miss Mattie Sacray's art studio will be closed Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Foster's Range is solid cost. Guaranteed In every particular. Call nnd see It. Geo. D. Hopper. f OUR carbonator has come and we are Mrs. It. M. Newland has returned now prepared to make all kinds of fresh from a visit to her parents in Louis- drinks. Shugars & Tanner. ville. Mr. W. S. Warren, who suffered a The C. W. II. M. will meet in tho stroke of paralysis, is able to bo out lecture room of tho Christian church at again. 2:30 Wednesday afternoon. C. WALTON Is MAbTfcll CLAWOKNK ExrERT workmnn on gasoline engines spendinR few days with his father nt can bo secured by application to the Martinsville, Ind. ME5BHH. Mobe COOLKY and J ease Stanford Garage & Machino Co. " Holtzcluw havu eono to Indianapolis to CoUE in and let us show you the $100 seek employment. Davenport that we will give away on T -- - . Miss Hess Spoonamohe went to Jan. 1st, 1910. Cummins & Wearen. Junction City Saturday to visit Miss THIS weather would put tho climate Ollto Mao Hobanls. J. F. Cummins Is in Iulsvillo and in tho land of flowers to shame, being Cincinnati buying stacks of Roods for almost as warm as the month of June. Cummins & Wearen. The Ladies Aid Society of tho Pres Mh. G. A. Walter, wife and little with Mrs. Mountain, spent h byterian church will meet dsuRhter, of Kings John W. Rout Friday afternoon at 2i30 few da) a with relatives here. oclock. Mrs. Joe Minks, of Sclcnco Hilt, family of spent a few dajs with the Car seed has arrived, Missouri Fultz, her uncle, E. S, Spoonamore. prico $1.40; Seed rye, 00c; seed barley H. Mahony has returned Mn. It. 0c; winter turf oats 76c. Terms ensh. from a protracted stay at Ilattlo Creek, It. Baughman & Co. Mtch., much improved in health. Mary J. Clements, who has Mrs. The creditors of Georgo Gooch, de been with Mrs. James Tottcn, has re- ceased, aro hereby notifed to file with turned to her homo at Morganflcld. mo their claims, properly proven. J. Mrs. J. Hoy II. Hose, who has been B. Paxton, M. CL.C.C. 3t. with her parents at Huitonvllle, reI do all kinds of dressmaking and turned to Etowah, Tenn., Friday. THE many friends of Mr. John Ows- can bo found at tho residence of J. F. ley Held aro glad to sen him out again. Cummins on East Main Street. Givo mo a trial. Miss Mary Zcllcr. Ho has had a severo attack of ' Sunday night the electric lights wero HEV. T. W. IHnKEIl and wife Icavo turned olT for repairs to bo mndo at today for Warsaw, where they will the power house, which the company - mako their homo durini: the former's hones to have installed in about three ministry there. weeks. G. Huffman, who has been Mr. A. at Crab Orchard for some time, has ALL claims against tho estate of Mrs, moved his family to his homo on Lower Lucy Cash presented to mo properly East Main street. proven and verified at tho First Nation Mrs. M. E. Fish, of Crab Orchard, nl Bank, Stanford, Ky., will bo paid was on Friday's train returninu from II. C. Baughman, Ex'or. Oklahoma City, whero shu spent tho For Sale or TnADE. One 1C horso summer with relatives. Misses MAnY and Dell Fields, tho power Nichols fc bhephcril traction enpretty nieces of Mr. William Fields, gine and two mounted saw mills, log who have been with him, have returned wagons, etc. All in good condition, ' Call on or address O. W. Potts, Rich to their homo in Cincinnati. Mesdames G. C. Givens nnd S. D, mond, Ky. i.. si Hartley will entertain Friday after LlGHTNINO Gasolino Engines, Wilder 1:30 o'clock at euchro at their n vin at Strong whirlwind feed cutters and homo on the Kush Dranch pike. blowers. Lightning crushers and grind Miss Dessik Haldcman, of Louts era. Line shafting, pulleys and hang ville. has entered the Driar Cliff Monon, era, belting, gas engino oil, etc. Stan N. Y.. school for vountr women. Sho ford Garage Co. of Mrs. John r in n Broke His Leg Sunday night, Mr. Uucbjnan, of Crab Orchard. Dorn. to the wifo of Hev. L. C. Kel Robert Fenzel.'the jeweler, slipped and ly. Orllnda, Tenn , a daughter Lucillo fell near his store on Lancaster street and broke his right leg in three places Nowland Kelly. Mrs. Kelly will bo as' Miss Nancy Nowland, between knee and ankle. Dr. O'Bannon daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. New-lan- was called and set the member arid yes tcrday he was doing as well as could be of this place. Misses Minnie Parker Durham, expected. Josephine Boll, Jane Lotchor. Kather-In- e For Sale. Having decided to quit Held and Jennlo Graham Bright, attractive debutantes of tho merchandise, livery and hotel busi this winter's I will sell privately a Danville, spent a few days with Misses ness at this place, and stock of good hotel, store-rooMarjorie and Graco Otter. livery stable All in M. Sauhlky and wife return-e- l merchandise and Mr. 8. Sunday night from a delightful trip good condition. Will make purchaser a Exposition bargain. For information, apply to G. to the McKlnney, Ky. at Seattle, Wash., and other points of T. Ashlock. interest in tho West and aro now with Petry. Mrs. Botsy Long Petry, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McClary. wife of Adam Petry, of theOttenhcim section, died Sept. 30. Sho was born LOCALS. November 8th, 1811, and had been a Underwear at Severance & Son's. member of the Christian church for 35 years, sho lelt surviving nor a nus- Si'ECiAL display of suits and skirts band and, threo children, J. M. retry, Wednesday. Let us make one to fit Simon Petry and Mary E. Disch and & Son. you. Severance was a She three Four room cottage with daughter of the late Brumfield Long. For IIent. four acres of ground In good portion of Mrs. Petry was a most estimable woman and loved by all who knew her. Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. s crnnd-dauchtem d, m s lc grand-childre- Mr. and Mrs. Harry JefTcrson is learning to bo a the engagement of their daughWe have just received a new line of tho newest nnd prettiest machinist at tho Stanford Garage. He ter, Miss Elizabeth JefTerson, to Mr. drew trimmings you have ever Been, in shade, width and mais getting to be an expert and is oblig- Grandison Vaughan. The wedding will terial. Jet is tjic craze, it is pretty, practical nnd inexpensive. ing and painstaking. take place next spring. Miss JefferOur jet trimmings nre chown in a very extensive asrtortment, We alfo in Iwth bright anil dull finish nnd a variety of shapes. cot- son frequently visited Miss Marie Ma For Sale. Beautiful have a new lot of hand trimmings in all the new shaded, nleo tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- hony, of this place, and is a most the rat tail nnd poutache braids nnd buttons to match in all gan avenue. Prico and terms to suit charming young lady. Beazley-- arris. Friday night at 8 sizes and colors. It is almost impossible to picture for you tho purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. o clock, Mrs. Kathryn Grinstead Beaz-le- y lienuties of our elock, wo shall have to ask you to come to bco We desiro to thank our friends and became the wife of Mr. J. Randolph them, for no mere description can do them justice. They are neighbors for tho attention and kind Harris, Rev. T. W, Barker, of the now ready for you, nnd wo will take much pleasure in showing ness shown our wifo and mother, Betsy Methodist church, performing the cerethem, and guarantee prices reasonable. Long Petry, during her last illness. mony. The wedding was a quiet one Adam Petry and children. on account of the illness of the former's daughter and only a few intimato Frank Atkins and Chesterfield friends and relatives wero present. The Lackey, colored, wero elected trustees bride is a daughter of Rev. W. S. of the high school Saturday over Tim a former pastor of the Methodist Hayden and James Parmer by small church here, and is very popular and majorities. It was a warm election. accomplished, while tho man of her A GOOD audienco greeted "A Pair of choice is one of Lincoln county's sub Country Kids" at Walton's Opera stantial as well as most excellent citiSTANFORD. KENTUCKY. House Friday night. The show is ex zens, and their many friends here and cellent in every respect and the clog elsewhere wish for them unbounded dancing is tho best ever seen here. We happiness. commend tho show as being clean and . -. i. . . The Whito Bros., who manufacture 4 11 I i the great Crab Orchard water, have 4si 1. I.l. nf . niniir iiiiii piiiu ii'iuiii; Mims ui broken dirt for a sanitarium on the old drowned tonmif nml k'rovtl flooring, mujUo ijvsitt vin i Kiuiii Jitniiuifv, Hiiis uiat White place not far from Crab Orchard. It will contain about 25 rooms I and will be in every particular. Mr. R. C. White and excellent fjwli Lynn, who wn convicted of You can buy Clothes in lots of places and at lots of prices. But after Lincoln circuit In If.M, will ask wife will have charge. tho nowrnor for n pardon nnd nil wlio object will notify the Kovirnor nnd stnte In all, there's something to being safe in style nnd fit and tailoring. Lewis I.t.nn. JUDOE TrIDRLE had Chief of Police writing nny objection. is OUIl strong point. No use Jelling you that tho For clothes-i'afetCarter bring before him all of tho Negroes In Macksville yesterday that were seen loitering around. The judge gave Kor rent for 11(10 with nrlillecc of aewlnir them to understand if they did not go 0 ncres In wheat ttili Knll and planting corn nnd toluicco next spring, will rent to work by 1 o'clock that day he would ior pari oi crop. t .muiu'iit. w nynesuurg, ivy. line mem ior vagrancy, uoou. uo alter them, good and strong. I Arc in, because you expect it: And besides, you look for new thiugs alwajs Bkonaugii Nominated. Mr. R. H. But when you buy your clothes from us, you aro safe and euro llnvlim decided to locate elsow here. I will in our shop: Bronaugh, of Crab Orchard, was nomitell prlutely my farm nt Highland of 40 nated by the democratic county com- ncrea, more or lest, improvements goou; that you're not getting ill made, work. Handsome winter suits on pince; gooti onru;gooi orcn mittee here Saturday for magistrate to nrdi well wntertd. J. II. IIiiiiiiit, $10 and up. Wnyneburg, Ky. succeed Mr. J. Ward Moore, who had been elected in tho February primary. but declined tho honor. Mr. Bronaugn Ua democrat, a most One itory cottnge of eight rooms nnd nil excellent gentleman, a man of ability neceatury outbuilding. Lot contnlnii one lotonwhlch Is and will mako Lincoln county one of ncre.dmded Into cowcorn crib. etc. roomy Uirn, buggy hounc. tlood the best magistrates it ever had. We garden tHt. This U u denlrnblo place, locnt-e- J on corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets. congratulate tho committee on its ex A. II. HOLTZPLAW, Htnnford, Ky. cellent selection. afternoon. Alfred Sworn five-roo- m Grin-stea- d, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, first-clas- a NOTICE! tj Fitting Clothes. y NOTICE FOR RENTI New Fall Suits slop-shop FOR SALE lortt-nouo- e HOME FOR SALE! W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Tub case of the Democratic Commit- teo of Lincoln county vs M. S. Baugh man was reversed by the Court Appeals Friday with directions to dismiss Mr. Bsughman's petition. It wilt be re membered that In tho democratic pri mary last February Mr. W. L. McCar ty defeated Mr. Baughman for sheriff and received the certificate. Tho latter filed contest and the committee heard tho 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 shall act. Now let be and ovcry man who participated in tho primary that gave Mr. McCarty 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 the voters, if there are any who are not disposed to support tho wholo 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 to affiliate with that party in the future. It is therefore no less tho 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 And so, with making a nomination. tho hope and with tho firm belief that this obligation will be kept steadily in mind by tho democracy of Lincoln county, we unite with a legion of other good democrats in asking that the McCarty- Baughman contest bo put away with the things that are past and gone and that tho solid phalanx of an unbroken party be presented to the enemy in NOTICE! The Farmers Drug Co.. of Iinnrencehurg, lias placed KUrekn ionic on sale ill 1.. Han iters. UrnbOrchnrd. una J. 1). Horton.Htnn ford. This tonic is to l tnken 111 a half wine ton wine glnss full threw times n day. It Is prescrllxd by tho best physicians thu Htate. (lunrnnteed to cure stomach, liver nnd kidney troubles. Will lx sold on I ne streets nere next county court uny, uct, 11, by their salesman. Dr. ll.J.Cnsikly. 111 ?? The Way nesburg Deposit Bank, Inc., WAYNESBURG, KY. Sale of Blue Grass Farm I Ai executors of T. J. Hobinson, we will on WUDNKrUlAY, OCT. SI, ItOW, Capital. 915.000. Surplus (EL Profits $2500. Resources Over $60,000. Directors: Dr. A. K. Caldwell, K. Curtis, C. 0. Gooch, II. II. Singleton, J. V. Whoeldon, Dr. J. W. Acton, G. W. Leach, Jas A. Hayes, M K. Wheoldon, L. G. Gooch. nt about 21. M., In front of the National lianKiu iiustonviue, Ky..ouer ior snie hi public outcry the farm of about 152 ncres, about t miles from Hustonvllle, In Lincoln county, nenr DmiTllle turnpike, Prospective, purchasers will be shown over the place by J. W. Hughes, who now lives on It. Vossesslon will lie glen Jan. 1, 1W0. Terms Hill bo announced on day of sale. r.xors. Mhm, M. II. Koiiinho.n A Officers: G. Gooch, President, M. E. Wheeldon, Jas. A. Hajes, V. Presidents. Stnnley Mcintosh, Cashier. The oftlcera of this bank extend a cordial invitation for your patronoce, your account Is respectfully solicited whether larjje or small polite treatment and satisfactory results are assured. Personal Interviews and correspondence solicited. Li. J. 11. I'axton, ! PUBLIC SALE der, on HAl r..m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m.m...m.m..m,mm.m,mM4 I will sell at public sale to the highest bid ti4WWwmwlv''w For tho next 30 daya 81 75 1 about MO ncres of land, lying In Zlockcnttlo couuty. Ky., adjoining the Miidlsou county line on tu rorin nnu oonienug on tnu !... mile from lloone station, nnd N. railroad, threo miles Huutn of lleren College. This land Is In a good iielghlruood, close to public school and church. It Can be divided Into three tuircels. about Cuucrctlylini Tho Colloo with tho Strength, Flavor and Aroma. on the Kust side of thu U A N. railroad. about muiicret lying on the Houtli west side we will givo oi llie iseren, nut nun ivouiiuniouecouu- ty roan, aua nuoui oiu ucres lying on me Five Pounds Coileo nt 85o Northeast side of said rond. Thu three par cels of land will l ottered sepurittely and X Nickel Dip Colleti Pot at 81.50 thelitis u whole. This land U unimproved uxoept a small box house. Has n line young growth of white oak, some hickory, poplar and pine. There Is ulout lb) to tflu acres level inuii, wim vvvriasuug wuirr, uuu can bo mnde n tine ranch for sheep nnd cattle. For thirty days you eavo Thu sale will be madeon thepremlses.near the box house.one mile from lloone Htatlou. TKHMrJ.-O- ue luilf cash when deed Is eijual payments made, thu remainder III with a tier cent. Interest till oald. notes with good surety uud leln retalucd on the land. Title good. ror lurtuer iniuruiuiioncmi on orDuger, write W. I', l'ruwllt, llerea. Ky, Harrison nuyone who lives near tlsu furm. will show over It who wishes to look at sum Ufure thu duy of sale, sale to begin hi it a, n. A. W.TITUH, Uerea, Ky. V. J'. I'rewltt, Auct., IJereu, Ky. UUWA1,UI.1,, IKV, 50 83 25 81 25 to GIVE IT A TRIAL. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. ""55-3ft- - fr Jt.Mj., J.mU J . ;,. .1 . ' TMv'rwiyityvMr mfiWypi'lrl- ' swwr a. ) 4r- -i iy JO"! 'if 'J - r'vwr A bit of Vj v1, M Ir sBHkwf The Interior Journal. ZnJriinlVi'M-0o FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. SlanrVd L. N. TliWETHBLE No.r,li40P. No. Jl, South, IllMr.M. No. 21, South, 118 A M. No. 14, North. tn A. M. No..North,:S7 P. M. No.7, 10:47 A.M. M. For Sale. Field of hay In stack. 2t. Mrs. Mattio V. Klrby. Two fresh Jersey cows for sale. W. C. Shanks, Stanford, Ky. Winter seed oats for sale, Jones Baughman, Morclnnd, Ky. feedd Fori SALE. 30 Rood ers. G. A. Swincbroad, near Hubble. It. L. Prcwitt sold 10 cattle to J, C. Johnston, of Danville, 1,050-poun1,200-pound JOS. S. RICE, Agont. nt Gc. e. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberts' Drug Storo in tho Owsley Building. FARM FOR SALE Inutl. King one. mil I Thefnrmof 1W ncres, of good Mite grn, North of McKlnney .on the Stanford pike. Improvements nncl fencing goods plenty "' wnter niut fruit. AUo 12S ncres of timbered Inml 0110 mile .mio! jieKlnneyihniriiniierionce.picniy growof wnfrnnd cood tobneco Inml. ( J.A.HlVKNS.AgCnt. SRCrop. McKlnney. Ky. Fall and Winter Stock. exllnve your measure tnken by n tnllor of low perience. Then our clothe,, w hcthern evening price business stilt or the Ilnet clothes, will hnrc that Individuality nnd fit which plainly Indlcnto they were mnde to yourmensure. 1 wlllnlso tnke your mens-ur- e for extrn trousers, fnncy vests, top cont, nnd overcoats. Knll nnd Winter snmpleson hnnd rendy for your Inspection, H. O. UUPLK Y. The Tnllor, Stanford, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, nt well n tho frvshest olrut flowers. plants of all kind, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also timke n speclnltyot wrenths lor for funernl purposes. In connection with the nlwve, I hnve nil ilnds'of vegetable on hnnd ot reasonable prices. CIIltlHTMAN" OIIKKN IIOUHKH, Kl) llLllHAUII. Piinii. Htnnford, Ky, Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tection of the grower. Barns. A red steer, weight about 500 Wo have 55 or 40 No. 1 feeding hops for sale at once. Lutes A Co., Huston-villKy. Edna Mao, shown by Matt Cohen, was defeated at St. Joseph, Mo., by a Missouri stallion. C. J. Warner, of Franklin, sold 150 Duroc liofrs to McElwaln & Hracken for $2,500. Estray. Dark sorrel yearllnir mule, left court day. Will pay reward for re turn. E. T. Ileazley, Stanford, No. 4 Fort Salb. About 50 tons of Rood timothy hoy in stack; will have haled ns soon ns can sell. G. V. Conn, Lancaster, Ky.. It. F. D. No. 1. Cattle Men! I have 200 ncres of fine pasture, 2 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at G. Y. Conn, 75c per head per month. Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 1. horse mules, For Sale. Pair two yearlings and one colt, Register ed Duroc boar and some young boars ready for service. R. II. Crow, Shelby City, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2, box 23. Mules Wanted. Bonner & Ramsey will be in Stanford Monday, October 11, 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. 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 the pro- At a very expensive wedding recently the bridesmaids carried shower bouquets of real vegetables. Even somo of tho littU nations are walking up and looking around for bargains in second-hanDreadnoughts. If your husband Is kept Irritated ho will make n much better job of beating tho rugs. An historical novel is n list of casualties dated back n century. A breach of promise suit doesn't stand much chance with only n bunch of picture postcards ns exhibits. d ' Tho Bed-Ro- ok of Success. Lies In a keen, cloar brain, backed by Indomitable will and reslstlcs energy. Such power comes from tho splendid health that Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills Impart. They vitalize ovcry organ nnd build up brain and body. J. A. he sadly bears Down town: Upon his troubled brow he wears A frown. They have a littto house, you know, A yard, And have bocn trying hard to grow Some sward. And thus he lugs, it comes to pass, Around A bit of turf composed of grass And ground. His faco ns ho displays his patch Is drawn; His wife has sent him out to match Some lawn. turf J A Stock of Merchandise for Sale. ness. III Harmon, Ltretnoro, tiTlmt 25c Vit., writes: nrfl, llaml ' nt Penny's Drug Store. V. I desire to sell privately my stock of Hardware. Itolng n good busiWill Invoice ntmul HI), llenson lln ltnfit. tillla health. T (1KO, I). HOJM'KH, Stanford, Ky. I Two men were killed nnd eight other of M ncres sell privately my passengers were injured by tho break' nt Jwish to Lincoln t'ounty, farm four miles Ky. uinlo. Just received n completo lino of Knll nnd Winter Shotw fur Men, Women ing of on axle of a Pitisburg street car from McKlnney. Hits on It good dwelling, good tmrn, cellar, spring house, Hue water, etc. Intuit Is In high stale of cul- and Children in Patents, VicU, Gun .Mc(al,t)x Wood nnd Dox Culf. Mora Also ham four other small farms styles than over shown hero before. Prices nro always tho lowest. Tha McKlnney Woolen Mills, tivation. All well Improved. Terms forsale. Il.O.HIi'l'I.H, McKlnney, Ky. Hlanford, Ky It, K. I). No.S 1 FARMS FOR SALE Look! Look! Look! d Ianow-loperntlon nnd l rendy to serve the pulillc In making Jean. lllnnkets, Klnunels, Yarn., Ktc Will either work wool oreiclmnue goods for It. Highest market price for wool. ('. II. WHIOHT, 1'ror. n I.1n-yr- O. B. FRUlTr. Morolnnd, Kontucky, daily. G. It. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. (INCORPORATED.) STOP THAT HEADACHE lly lmvliiR your eyes properly flttol with Iff II. Knit Main ht .stunlonl, Ky.,wlll supply your imrnU nnd guarantee; suimncuoii. up ni.u carries in stock Kdlson phonograph nnd tho latest records which jou call (my for cash, or on monthly Installments, ('nil ami let us talk the matter uter. KYKMTKrtTKD KltHi:. New Full Lino Millinery uow in. Also Jew Furniture coniinc i" Piifirr, iMoreland, Ky. Stanford Garage & Machine Co., AUTOMOBILES, FEED CUTTERS, GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. Harry Jacobs, r Small Farm For Sale 1 In nnd Manufacturer of? Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, ' STANFORD, KY. protected. Rttldenco I'll one M: Olllce, Ml. Insure with me and be fully i- - U HIDfcS3f .. MRS 14 than ajedi or commusion Reference, anv Bank in Wnte for weekly pnee list ping tajj. WefumUhuool 223 C. Market fcslhcrs. Tallow, Bctsivax, Closer 3, Go.itinSfal.(YeilowKoot. etc. V r are Dealers, and can do better for yoj merchants. Loumml- is - and ihra. bags fret. ifl.SAQEt.&SONS, CTUHI St IN IBS LOUISVILLE. KY, pounds with horns nnd red paint on right hip, got in my bunch as I was leaving Stanford Monday. Owner can get ame by paying for this notice and his keep. W. E. Moss, Lancaster, Ky. By a large majority the Burley tobacco growers voted that tho pool should be continued this year, nnd that the books should be kept open until Oct. 20. At some meetings it was voted that unless the pooling was Increased by that time, the pooling should be declared ofT. There aro now 101,238 acres in the pool Bargain. 354 ncres of good land, of which 100 ncres is bottom land, eight- room dwelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 3Gx9G, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced nnd lays well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres I desire to sell orlratelr my farm of ST Marblo and Monuncres. In Lincoln county. spiti miles from Htnnford nnd two miles from Maywood, on soon romi", in no rrom pike, in kimmi close to church, rural route, ami ', Ijvwn I ami nil i ry tiro- - Markers and Tosls, Cemetery nnd mile from ductle, fnrm In iiniss, Imlance In culti Vases and Settees, Olllce nnd works. Ky. an unuer koou -lenctj. vomionauie vation; house of six rooms', new- Uirn and all othi r outbuildings. Abundance of tine water and fruit of nil kinds. J. T. I.IVIM1STUN, K. K. No. I. Mtnuford, Ky. Hnv liigdecldcd to go Mast, I will 111 no, Ky on nciRii-borhooschool-hous- Cranito ments, PUBLICSALEI HATl' It DA Y, UUT. V, lww. l. Me-Ki- n AUTOMOBILES -:- FOR -:- - RENT. Two Small Farms for Sale! INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. Life, Live Stock, Health cultivation; raised I .an pounds tobacco nnd IB bushels wheat per ncn- - on It last jeiir. Socond tract of S acres with I'rlce. tenant house, Ut foot tobneco lmrn. well watered, 3) ncrra under new fence, tine tlmbtr, 12 urres well cleared. line corn nnu tobacco lami. I'rlce, KU. Having decldtd to move to town, I will on Ninth s South of Mtaurnrd on SomerTt'Krtli.VY.tH'T. I. WU, set pike. Tract No. Is on pike; No. 3 Is I mile from nlke on county road. Address or sell to the highest bidder mr farm, situated II, O. IIKItRY. seomout htanford, K, 3,S miles front Stanford, on I jtnrn.ter pike. uwu-luis contains ac acres, wiiii necessnrv outhulldimtsaud well water- id. Imimdlate possession. 1 will also sell 2 good work mules, work horse, 1 dolddust old harness horse. 1 burness horsu. I with improvements, to suit purchaser, steers. 1 farm wagon, buggy, good ns new. I lil.c harrow. I hlnuer. I mow which includes 100 acres as fine bottom er. wheat drill. Sliding cuUlvalors. a sets land as there is in the county. This is harness, :tl bushels onions. I rang. A lot of furniture and my entire lot of a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, StannouseiioKi gomis. Also n lot of eorn. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale will lie ford, Ky. Onn rnntiilnlmr St nrrea. nnnd ft riKini awelllng.guM slot k tiarn and outbuildings. nil under 1 goou lence anil elery ueiu well watered; acre In joung orchard, a years old; 12 acres In grass, all In good state of p. sell at publla auction the following person alty: tine kimmi sipinre piano, 3 tiressers. suttof furnlturo, sor 6inl springs. I miwr range, dining room chairs, several rockers, e ; safes. clocks. X washslnmls, I Ilarge, parlor inanlle mirror. handsome Itrusselsearpet, mattings, etc, ; sewing mal machine, labl s, window shades. ny other things not iiientlou-n- l I orfer tothe highest Milder. Terms cash, ns I enpect to leave simiii alter the sale, sale will begin at I o'clock Mils. Illl. MOOIIK. hand-som- H. B. NORTHCOTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for Ail Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap t'.. PUBLICSALEI lour-roo- Iron and Rubber. 1 "henry 1 1 watterson's PAPER -- 1 H. B. Htoek NORTHCOTT, Stanford. flroeerles.g r.H" old-tim- e glnnt IDA. M. .rQR SALE I Ir (SikkIs, Notions, Ilanlware, Tinware. Ac, ainiut fair business. Liberal term.. (J. II. IIAItKIrt.t'rnli Orchard. Ky. Money Comes in Bunches. To A. A. Chisolm, of Treudwoll, N. Y , now. His reason is well worth reading: "For a long time I suffered from indigestion, torpid liver, constipation, nervousness and general do bllity," he writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no nppetlte nor ambition, grew weaker every day in spite of all medical trenttient Then used Electric Hitters. Twelve bottles restored all my old timo health and vigor. Now 1 can attend to business every day. Its a wonderful medicine." Infallible for stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and nerve. 50c at Penny's Drug Store. Though the political not cannot be expected to reach tho boiling point bo early in October, the present week will witness a warming up of interest in afiairs of state. Throughout the coun try scattering district nominating conventions will be held, and while they will be local in character, the rcsolu. tions adopted hero and there will have a significance understood by tho politic al seers Much interest will center in tho influence exerted bv the recent speeches of President Taft. A tickling ordry cough ean bequlck-l- y loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Hemedy. No opium, no chloroform, W I lloniNHos, Htnnford, Ky. PUBLICSALEI Having decided to go straight up, I wll MONDAY, OtT. II.IUO. court day, ut Nunnelh'y's new slock yards, infer for .nli' to the highest bidder the following described stock; due siaillon by l'ceston, ilatii by Will. Welch; I gelding by Lincoln Siiulrrel.dam In vv in. Welch. This cull I. broke to .Live filly by It lid Is a good onej I bay l'reslon.daiu bv V. V. t'lai This lllly isun- broke, but govs ull the gales natural, I .or-- I lllly by Kentucky Soulrrrl: Illl v by Hill MiOarty's brown jllambettu Wllkis stallion, out of a thor- .t'uiii'1,11 limit. , iiiiiiiniKuuiru inni--jmrsold by Minstrel, Istdum by Hay Hick with Lincoln Squirrel filly roll by side; Illly colt b lon Vnrrlck, out of anon Time mire, black stud colt. Also at same time und place w III ott-- thn ,following Jack stock: .,ck,H'-- liaiids high and n One pot. d mule jack I lack 1IH hands high by Nnpolton.out otn 11111 Kveiie jiiinei, I etra earllng nck cull Jennet, safe In rivalli lireili I Jennet, with Juiinel coll lit foal: sld, nod Mill In loal to Jim Keene. This took will In- - .mil without reserve tir limit Terms a credit of months, will lie given, li iotlab!e not, imvabk- nt the First Nil tloual Itnuk or Stanford. iHiarlug n per c lit Inp r t from date. Sale nt la A M relx-eur-ol- d 1 1 1 r 1 - Weekly Courier Journal .AND. J.J BELDEN, g The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOK (or HoustiandCiicrlage I'nlntliigniHt Trimming. Paper llaitKliig.ilunundMM'ksiiilth-lllSUupopHi4te deKt. J.J ilti.iii-- . vMiiiifonl, Ky' SURVEYING AND CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- I OTk.T T- . V I vfr 0 fo T T rX Kl . ',-jr on the comity road which runs from Ihe llu.loiivllle turnpike to the Mllleduevllla turnpike, through my farm and I will giro thesituif amount fur Information lending to the arrest and conviction of any Mtrly or iwrtles who In tb futurt commit auy of tho aUive nllens. s. Witness my hand this Kith day of Auguvt, iiw. j.itn,i..sit. Having sulTurvtl roiul.l. ralJr annoyanee mid damage Irom oullo'i. In breaking gat Inlrhes nlal tearing down nnd destroying my gates, on the tounly road that runs through ill) farm. I ban concludid to offer n rewanl for Information leading to the conviction of much person ur persons. I will therefore give the sum of l' fur Information liisOUKlo the arrest and conviction of uuv party or (mriles that have broken the latches on nuv of my gatea.or that have sawed down or lorn down any of my gates REWARD. t lam preimred todo engineering nnd J,L.Beazley&Co., Few people In the United State Lave not heard of the Oourler-JounfDeroooratl, In all things, fair In all thing, clean In ml thing,. It Is essentially a family p. !H a special arrangement we urn enabled to ot one ferthe WKKKLY OOUIUEK-Ol'KNA- I. year and this paper fur the prl-- e uamed anore. senu your subscription ff.r ihe 'urn blnatlon to us not t the Courier-- ! orn ' over the telephone through the llustonvtlle Kmhungo. prumptU My work ulvll will be guaranteed nnd luv prices lire reasonable. Write meat Mrk'lunvy or cnll me Ml kinds of sum ylng Farm for Sale acres llu.tonvllle plkenl ltd Mure-lanK) , ', lulls- from his farm Is well improved. good wtdl and clslvriiand abundaucM of slink water furnlshe from never falling springs. Mint of farm In grass, I desire to sell this farm In the nextnidajs, together with thn slock and crop, the stock consisting of 31 highbred Jennets, K Jacks all nges, p) brood mares, I registered. I registered stallloni 80 aciesof corn, l&orai stacks of hny uverydesciljitlon, I will sell the whole oiinlt or anv purl of the stock and II I sell Ihe farm without thn stock, I must s, n not later 1 haiiul days sons to glvn mutlim tomakea alu of my stock. Also initios Loin work mules down have to colls You will have to see tills farm to appreciate the location Mid the many advantages .if 11,1. fiiroi Anv iriir.im Inmi at ill.t,,,,,,.. desiring to see this larm call come lit More- lanu, j.iiiconi couutv. iyoii toe iiieen v I'rescent route, this farm being only ubout sr ', mllo from station KINA, II, II. Morelnnd, Ky. On ImovliliiA In I liuolii 1 - CONCRETING We nre In position to do all kinds of concreting, such us llloi'k Work, Pavements and. In fact, wi inn make any thing froinr house down to It fence pG.t We can servo you promptly and guarantee work mid material (Jail and get our prliea before you but your material at least. llrst-ela- IlIlIOHTFrUHII.L Undcrtascra and Embalm, era. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattiugs.Rugv. They will exchange Furniture for nil Kinds of Stock. Givo Them a Call. Prices Right. Lexington Trots THE GREATEST 'IN THE WORLD STAKES $21,000 3,000 5,000 3,000 PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. FINE FARM IN GARRARD TY FOR SALE I Luiu-aste- COUN- nothing unsafe or harsh. Penny's Drug Storo. Sold by OCT. 5 TO 16 $85-000 STAMFORD, - KENTUCKY. J. C. McCIary, 050 ." I JZ . SSW . "There are rumors of tho wedding being abandoned. Somo say the bridegroom is not here. The bride Is about to falntl" "Come, come! Let us have a search b afore we have any hysterica. Ho may be kicking around somewhere. You look in yonder corner, and 111 look be hind these palms." Pains of women, head pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets, See full formula on box. Sold lv Penny's Drug Store. 2-- PURSES Tuesday, Oct. 5 Tuwday, Oct 5 Thursday, Oct. 7 Monday, Oct, 11 Friday, Oct. 9 FUTURITY TENNESSEE TRANSYLVANIA CUP STAKE GREAT 2:03 PACE A flue elue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near point Learell and sli miles containing .isi a. re,, south of well located In K"d neighborhood. Ulng, luirtof the Johu walker tract. wllhuhand-soiiiuuuwresidence two story seven-loothereon, with nlliiecrssiiryoutbullillngsaiid good, new Uiru tOiiu, Well watered, six never falling springs uud creek running tlirnilif li. Tkumk. ' cash 111 hnnd.lmlanro one mid two years Irom day of sale, bearing six ar cent Interest until paid. Persons looking for such place pleasit write or see w.O. Walkkii, Stanford. Dinwiddie & Co. ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE1 i $5,000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thurday, Oct 14 Other Sensational Races Daily. My flu Ulue bluegrnss farm. 31, miles West of JIustunvllle, one mllo from iilke uud (inriH'iiter's station, consisting of Jtri acres of rich, bluegrass hemp, or tolmcco land, all In grass, T: farm can lai eiunl ly divided lo udvantagu so as to haven good on each plvcet ulso nil necessury outbuildings. The farm las utmost In a square, niilv niiuumilulii Hues. There aro DWELLING HOUSE Hustonville, Ky.i Undertakers and Embalmers. We carup-to-d- ate Undertaker. Embalmor and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, ' Vat Phone, l7. KY- Itorae.'l'honere. "It h hard to tell WebersPriziland of America BLANCHE BERNDT-MEHAFFE- Three chance with that girl." "Then she is Impartial who stands bosk Soprano-Soloi- st Stock Barm, One Good Tobacco Barn, Two Stables. smilesT" "Yes; and her father is equally Impartial with his tips." stock-mark- with her IN DAILY. CONQERTS ONE FARE ON RAILROADS one tenant house, good water In every field; six lasting springs, with three slriuiiis run- - 'J. Steel Carpenter. Jt"MTUNVIM.KKri ry an of goods. line