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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ir 1VOLBRODHEAD Born to the wife of Virgil Martin aI daughter and to the wife of Herman i Frith a daughter j The stockholders of the WaynesburR Woodstock and Hansford Telephone Companies have organized themselves Into an association Granvlllo Owens of this place haa been elected president It and secretaryJ Prof M E Whueldon of Eubanlce McKinney of tho Freedom sec tion sold his farm of 140 acres to a Mr Nee for 2600 Robt Hicks sold his farm of BO acres lying on Copper crock to a Mr Frank Roberta for 2000 I Several persons from other counties are hero looking after farms Mrs Fred Hahn of Spiro who for a time it was thought could not live wo are glad to state is able to sit yp sonic b A little daughter of Sam Chandler of Maretburg has pneumonia lover Two children of Wm Taylor of near Doe Lick are down with typhoid The little daughter W II Sowder who has been very sick Is better I Rev Campbell principal ot the public school at Lebanon Junction has been called to the pastorate of the Christian church at this place Rev Young filled the pulpit at tho Methodist church Sun day morning and night Rev A J Tike will preach at the Baptist church 4 Sunday night Wo are informed that 4Rev Kin Pike of Harrison county will a revival at the Methodist church here at an early date William DcBord of near hero after a long siege of lever died last Friday and was buried Saturday Mrs Louisa Reynolds of the Glades died and was burled in the Providence cemetery last Sunday Rev Todd conducting tho fun eral services Mrs Reynolds or Aunt Louisa as she was known was the widow of Jesse Reynolds who was a pioneer pf the Glades section and a highly respected citizen Logan Scott a school tcachcrnued 25 of the Ottowa neighborhood died and was buried Sun day f Dr 00 Stono Is visiting relatives In Taxowoll Tenn Mrs L A Case of Louisville Is with her son J R Cats Mrs Sarah Ralncy and daughter Ollie of Mt Sterling are with relatives here Mr Robt T Hcmphlll of Williams burg was hero this week Mrs Sarah Piggi Ion and daughter of Richmond wero hero this week Fred Durham and wife of Etown are visiting here J F Watson and wife visited in tho Quail section Sunday J B Carter of Gratz Is a student In tho graded school here Egbert Wallcn of the Q C at Oakdalc Tcnn was with his family first of week Miss Ella Caiion has re turned to Princeton Ky where she is going to school Mrs J T Cherry has 7s returned from a threo weeks stay at Olympian Springs Wo often hear It said when speaking of some good man ho is tho best man on earth or ho is tho best man in the country Wo hardly like to speak of any certain person as being the best 4 f man living but we do know that in and around Drodhcad there are some men who aro classed with the best of men Sometimes wo study out some of these 1 men and are willing to admit wo are I proud of them They are men to whom we must look as being capable of tak I ing tho lead in alTaira which pertain to the things which keep abreast with the times They are men who are worthy t t be pointed out and classed with what might be called tho bolter clement J We have in our mind nt this time a man r we have known from childhood and can I say that ho merits all that can bo said of him R L Smith Boge as we all known him Is about 38 years of ago living near where ho ttas born and grow up near Iliatts Ho is a son of Joe Smith is an uptodato farmer married and has a family is a brother f inlaw to J M Cress tho hustling far 1i Lfrner and stock trader of near Preach crsville Boge Is a member of the Baptist church a republican and a sub scriber to tho Interior Journal a Health Coffee Is tho cleverest ItImltaUon of real coffee over vet made Dr Snoop created It from puro parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine In Uavor Is made in just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample freo Pennys Drug Store How kin I Improve my emporium inquired the proprietor of the general storeYou might start by haying them crates out in front cushioned suggest ed ono of tho prominent loafers of tho I town Breathe Hyomel and euro catarrh No stomach dosing Completo outfit Including Inhaler fl Guaranteed by G L Penny Druggist a Madam could you spare a handout or n cold bite t 1 wuz wit de man dat discovered de pole t Wheres yer proofs 7 tiDe proper thing mum is to provide de banquet and den ask fer do proofsI MEDICAL INSPECTION In connection with the honor roll we wish to present to the patrons in town and county a phaso of school work not heretofore indulged In by school author ities ih small cities Medical Inspection of schools Is not a fad or fancy but a sensible necessity Its object Is to prevent the spread of infectious and contagious diseases to avoid and check epidemics to promote and encourage cleanliness and neatness In pupils It seems useless to add further argument for Medical Inspection but we will give a brief detailed argument All pro gressive places are no longer asking can we afford to safeguard our schools in thus promoting the general welfare of their children but aro saying can we afford not to do it Modern science teaches us that buoyant health of youth must be diligently conserved from child- hOod if it is to be enjoyed in after life It is probably the wisest thing to do just here to announce that the inspec flan which wo propose tp do will not cost one cent and for this reason we can see absolutely no room for objec flan Neither does it mean that you must correct the evil at once or employ the school examiners to do the work Wo do know however that a trouble little dreamed of may be so augmented in a few months that it will become se rious For instance a pupil neglects his studies hates his school and leaves it before he has half completed his course and thus starts on tho road to an Inefficient useless lire Why Be cause of the fact that his hearing Is partially Impaired or his vision defective Headaches eyestrain lassitude defect ive breathing duo to enlarged tonsils and such like retard the pupils progress and ho is called stupid when he Is not Unclean mouths are productive of die ease germs and aid their growth while cavities in the teeth are centers of infection Faulty digestion is caused by neglect of teeth and all ills to which flesh Is hulr may be traced directly or Indirectly to this and they are most cer tainly intensified by it Thus mental effort is rendered difficult and the child hamperedTho of tho physicians examina tion is confined to dermatology and prevalence of infectious or contagious diseases and lung teats The dentist will examine the teeth Tho optician and specialist will deal with eye car nose and throat troubles and will make examination of these organs A writ ten report of examination will be sent to parent and one kept by board of ed ucation It is not the function of tho school or the examiners to give treat ment but to report causes and let pa tron know tho stalUI of the child Dr W B OBannon chairman of board of education is appointed physician Dr W N Craig the optician eye car nose and throat specialist and Dr T W Pentiington the dental examiner These men havo generously agreed to do their work without money May we ask tho cooperation of patrons and all interested in education in every ad Vance step and we can well bo proud of tho fact that we are abreast of thb timesEducation without health is useless Priceless as Is education it is better to sacrifice education if in order to obtain it good health must be laid down as the price It has been truly said that children aro not dullards or defective by tho will of an instructablo Provi dence but rather by tho law of cause and effect Join with us in removing as far as possible every cause that doth so easily hinder and besot tho child in his forma tive stage J W IRELAND IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Clinton Bowman a London barber was fined 300 for bootlegging Miss Viola King daughter of Mr and Mrs Wesley King died at her home in MadisonMrs Watson aged 80 years was burned to death at her home near Brassfield Madison county by her clothes catching fire Miss Mary Templeman of near Rich mond was accidentally shot by a relative who was pranking with a gun that he didnt know was loaded At Paris lion F L McChesney aged 80 years ono of tho bestknown educa tors and newspaper men in tho State died of heart failure after a short 111 ness Frightful Fate Averted I would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my kneecap writes Frank Dlsbury Kolllher Minn without Bucklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infal lible for wounds cuts and bruises its soon cures burns scalds old sores bolls skin eruptions Worlds bos for plies 25o at Pennys Drug Storo a A broken anklebono or two Some loosened slats Are evidence that he is through fratsik NEWS NOTES Hugh B Phillips ono of thewealth lest citizens of Owensboro is dead Ninetyfive head of trotting horses LexlngItonDrapers residence The loss will reach 200000 Edwin Gould was reelected president of the St Louis Southwestern Railway CompanySixty Bro believed to havo lost their lives in an explosion In a mine on Vancouver Island Mrs A E Willson suffered an in jury to both arms by a fall at tho executive mansion in Frankfort Eight men wero killed and three were fatally Injured in a gas explosion in mine No4 at Rosiyn Wash Everhard Shad died at Madison Ind from tho effects of a screw accidentally driven in his stomach a year ago William Watson chairman o tho Cu nard Steamship Company died at Lon don Mr Watson was born in 1843 The Henderson Chair Companys plant In Henderson was destroyed by fire The loss is estimated at 12000 Nine persons were injured most o them seriously by a lamp standard fall ing In the Jefferson Hotel at St Louis Tired of life Robert Curtis otfMad ison id ate tho heads off of a box o matches with the hopo of killing him self but ho failed At Allenton Pa Mrs LybillailMos sott aged 66 is suing Peter Steinber ger 77 for breach of promise Tho giddy old things Albert Pulitzer ofNew York committed suicide by shooting himself while in a hotel In Vienna Austria Mr Pul- Itzer was suffering from a nervous breakdownFritz alias Fritz UeiScncr an Inmate of the Indiana Reformatory died the resultof a brutal attack of his cellmate Noah Burns who struck him with an iron rod Please excuse me for killing myself in your place of business wrote Carl August Mackay just before blowI Ing out his brains in a Boston under taking establishment IIprominenti member of the Burley Society district board died suddenly in the parlor of the Brown Proctoriallotel A telegram has been received at thoI State Department that W II Sheppard tho American missionary in tho Congo Free State has been acquitted of tho charge of criminal libel Guy Shaver tho sevenyearold sonI of William Shaver of Owensboro was dragged to death by a cow The boy was taking the cow to pasture when the animal became frightened and ran awayIn fight over the division of the es tate of William Flowers who died at Moultrie Ga Will Williams was killed and Wright and William Flowers were fatally wounded by John Hart and his two sons To TUB DEMOCRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY The court of appeals has de cided that it has no power to correct tho action of tho county committee in dismissing my contest without a trial and that the action of tho committee however unjust and unfair it may be is final and beyond tho jurisdiction of the courts to remedy This decision does not change and in no way touches the facts in my case But it does necessa rily end my contest for tho nomination for the office of sheriff I havo only asked for and sought by my contest to get at the facts and in trying to do so I havo followed the very letter of tho law and our party rules which wero adopted to correct mistakes and deprive fraud of its fruits It seems however they aro useless for the purposes of their adoption and there Is no law or party rule to correct fraud in our party elections As stated in my former card I believe I received a majority of the legal votes and was fairly nominated I A recount of the ballots as placed in tho boxes would havo demonstrated the fact therefore no recount was allowed I made the race upon my own strength I never attempted to farm out the of fice To have fairly won the nomina tion under the circumstances with the party machinery against me as shown by the action of the county committee in dismissing my contest without a trial I was indeed a compliment and very gratifying to me I sincerely thank all my friends who so loyally supported me and I trust that tho fu f lure mo opportunity to show to such my truo appreciation of their kindness and confidence M S BAUGIIMANI The BedRook of Lies in a keen clear indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from tho splendid health that Dr Kings New Life Pus Impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon Llzemore W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used 25o at Pennys Drug Store t HUSTONVILLE Howard Camnttz the chief pitchert tho Pittsburg pirates will be home next TuesdayRev S Willis will preach one of tho ccntenial sermons at Pittsburg Pa next week Mrs Joseph McKeown and little son parenttRev W S Willis subject next Sun day morning will bot For What Do we as a People Stand 7 No night ser viceDr Lillian Bryan Askenstedt of Louisville was the guest of Rev W S Willis and wife lastiwcek The doctor is a slater of Mrs Willis James Yowell bought 100 barrels of corn this week at 230 per barrel delivered Emmet McCormack sold James Yowell 20 1150 cat tlo at 4cIF P Combest President of tho Commercial Bank of Liberty has been seriously ill for two weeks but is thought by Dr Alcorn to soon be on the road to recovery Tho Hattie Bishop property was fofr Rife for 1300 and an auctioneer could have gotten 1600 for it easily Westfdeep to Miss Ellen Powars Saturday for 440 Miss Powars will build a handsome home on it immediately Henry Alford stole Miss Julia Meadors last week and they went to Tennessee and wero married Will Moran and Lula Bolin of Frys Creek were married at Liberty last week Gill Cowan and Doc Dryns scalps have not fully recovered yet with hair lost in their recent wreck while trying to drive over a cow on a dark night Ask them for full particulars The George Wright carriage factory hero IH turning out some very hand some hand made runabouts that must be seen to be properly appreciated He is behind with orders and will in crease his force in the near future Jno Smith and wife of Paris Ky aro enjoying a two weeks visit with Mr and Mrs Geo A Eubanks Mr and Mrs T C Carter of Anderson county are guests of Mr and Mrs J M Eu banks who are Mrs Carters parents A nice 65ncro farm with good metal roof cottage and other outbuildings in fine community in the fertile Green River valley will bo sold at about half price if sold this month For full par ticulars write W R Williams Co quickMiss Fannie and Mrs M F North were visiting relatives in Burgin last week Mrs Jno A Ward and chil dren of Pinoville who have been visit ing her sister Mrs M F North have returned home delighted with our countryThe fever in our city has be come epidemic doubtless contracted from our flourishing neighbor Little Brittoin It who has It within1 her power to have a twenty thousand population Six new buildings are now going up and others are soon to follow Rifle Tucker shipped last week ono car butcher cattle 3J to 3Jc ono car hogs 61c J Hoffman shipped one car cattle Coulter McCormack shipped ono car hogs and butuherfcattle Myers Vaughn shipped one car hogs Ol to 7c one car 1400 pound cattlo 5c Bumper crops and good prices are in store for the horny handed sons of toil in the old reliable West End Tobacco the largest acreage and yield in the countys history and all in tho barns before frost and 12 to 14a being offered and refused Tho cork yield was never better and 250 to 2 75 is the current prices per barrel delivered Plowing for wheatis progressing slow ly on account of the continued drowth The largo hay crop is being baled and a ready market found at satisfactory prices DOOR tIts A Top Notch Groat deeds compel regard The world crowns lu doers Thats why tho American pooplo have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the king of Throat and lung remedies Every atom Is a health force It kills germs nod colds and lagrlppe vanishes It heals coughrackoi membranes and coughing stops Sore Inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs aro cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Goo Moore Blackjack N C writes It cured mo of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 50n 1 Trial boL- I tie free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storage Police Inspector John J OBrien Lleut Hugh Reynoldslland Sergeant Hugh Meyers of NewJYork were In dieted by the grand jury of Kings county charged wlthl aiding and abetting bookmaking at tho Sheepshead Bay and Gravneend racetracks Five detectives from a private agency were also indicted at the same time FREE FRE9- A I ++ V+ f+ +4 +++ ++4MMf44 + On Jan i 1910 we will give away one DAVEN PORT that is worth 100 On every dollars CASH purchase we will present you with a FREE TICKET a on this handsome Daven port- o Cummins Sc Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford lntUtkY Capital 5OOOOCO Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- JJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVVS DIRECTORS J B StanfordJohnkin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburn Gooeh Gilberts Creek elHoosierI FIRST NATIOVAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY 1 i ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 CombinesAbsolutelSafety withJSatisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use ofour Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier =UC Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersBookkeeper Lt I DIRECTORLI J F Reid J H Baujbman M D Elmore J M Pettii H C Baughman J F CumminsIS T Harris no C Robinson- V B OBannon J S Hocker CETillt i The Interior Journal Eo Co WALT- ONDemocratic t Tickety t For Circuit Judge MC8AUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealth Attorney CHARLES Ai HARDINIof Mercer For State BO nixtor R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For Representative W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY f For County Attorney ril W S BURGH 1 IForCircuit Clerk fl J D SWOPE For Bherlrr 1 I w L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk i = i i GEORGE B COOPER For Jailerf DINK FARMER I For Assessor JOHN CPEPPLESI For Superintendent of Schools f GARLAND SINGLETON- For Coronet GEORGE P BRIGHTIFor Magistrate Htanfonl District JAMES McKECHNIE i rForConstable Stanford District I M BRUCE For 31nglttrateCrab Orchard District r R H BRONAUGH Fcr Magistrate Hustonvlllo District J K HELM SR For Magistrate AVaynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Wnynesbnrg District JOHN G BAUGH JOE MAGEE Ii a candidate for Police Judge of Crab Orchard subject to the nctlon ol the demo cratlo party and asks your support WHAT good reason or excuse can any democrat give for not supporting the sphndid ticket the democrats of Lin coin county have nominated Is not the personnel of it good and have not the democrats all along shown by their ovary act their ability and willingness to manage the county affairs in an eco nonical judicious and frugal way i Why tnrn the business over to inexper fenced men who belong to a party which pays less than 15 per cent of the taxes and who in their private affairs have not provenmore than able to keep their heads abovo water Certainly business menlwant the countys carefully handled they want the 1god well cared for they want bridges county roadslooked after the poor well managed etc etc In fine want a business administration just such as the democrats have given this and other years The republican party is one of promises and their old song about a reduction of taxation more money per day for working roads and the like is the veriest tommy rot They sing that old lullaby about this time of year every time a county ticket Is to be elected It is not a vote catch er though and it Is strange to us that they do not try some other stanza WeI have no fear of the republicans being the first to occupy the magnificent new courthouse and the saying fools build houses and wise men live in them will not hold good in this case The demo crats will occupylthe courthouse and continue to give the people good clean and creditable administrations There is not a better managed county in the State than Lincoln and no republican will deny the assertion No leaks no grafts no soft snaps exist Continue the splendid record by electing the democratic nominees and you will have no cause for regret MRS HENRIETTA HcGitEW of Tren ton Neb insists that there is a limit to all things even to the kissing of her husband John E McGrew As are suit of exceeding tho limit she has sought the courts for a divorce alleg ing that he has kissed and insisted up on kissing until the cruelty stage has been reached She avers that while her husband has been spending his time kissing the weeds have taken the corn and tho cocklcburrs have grown higher than tho wheat and hayand that generally things have gone to the bad STANLEY MILWARD one of tho re publican members of the State Board of Control has tendered his resignation- to Gov Willson We wonder if bo fill ed his pantry full of vegetables and had all of his laundry done up from the asylum beforo he handed in his re signation 2 Republicans never overlook anything AN Indianapolis brute killed his wife because she would not live with him and take his drunken and generally bad treatment He then blew his own worthless which act he should have committed first AN Indianapolis poultry man notes the unusual number of roosters this n year Roosters and democrats together Watch the result of the November election j A li1IIt IsNJudgeWilllam Herndbn trying1 proflVby GovBradldys experience In keeping on running for ariofllce until begets it The present Senator it will bo remembered ran for governor year after year until his running almost became a joke Ho finally reached tho goal however and was Kentucky first republican executive Mr Hem don has made two races for the oftico of circuit judge and is still running lie hopes the third time will bo tho charm but instead twill be threo times and out Judge Saufley defeated him nearly 1000 in his last bout with him and the majority will bo far greater than that this time If ho gets halt of his petitioners twill surprise us AND poor old Eph Lillard of Dan villa was soaked 3300 for selling booze He started on tho downward road when he violated his oath and cast the vote of Boylo county against Gov Beckham and for Gov Bradley lie has made his bed and few there are who will sympathize with him while ho lies on it though hard and painful it bo A UOSTON physician says that the rlt maval of an appendix should be made a criminal operation under tho law as so many peoplo die from IL The doctor might have added that those wl10 do not succumb are often scared to death by the size of the surgeons bill STATISTICS show that the average salary of a Methodist preacher is 480 There is a discussion as to whether a preacher can be honest We shouldnt think he could bo a shining light of honesty on such a salary especially If he had a wife and family to support- IN a suburb of Danville Va last week two sets of triplets three pairs of twins and two ordinary babies a to Cal of 14 children were born to seven families in tho same neighborhood on the same day There doesnt seem to be much race suicide in Old Virginia TilE worse thing about hell says a learned Chicago professor is that It will be such a bore We shouldn wonder If all we have heard about the place is true we suspect that there will be other disheartening features t A HOOSIER girl sued a rich Illinois distiller for 50000 for forcibly kissing her The case was adjusted outside of the courts for 50 It was high kissing oven at tho latter figure Gov WILLSON reiterates his promise to pardon any man who kills a night- rider Watch some scoundrel get even with the man against whom ho thinks ho has a grievance HARPERS WEEKLY asks Why do men wait on women Well we should say that in case she is bis wife because he has to and that of other women because he likes to POLITICAL At Nicholasviile the full vote was registered with a marked Democratic IncreaseThomas J OBrien United States ambassador to Japan has departed for his post in Tokio on the steamshipMon oliaThe republican registration at Danville fell oil over 100 from two years ago and the democratic gain was large Good In tho registration at Lexington Tues lay tho democrats outnumbered the republicans 1979 Goodbye Parker alThe registcration in Paris shown Democrats 898 Republicans G09 Independents 25 The total Democratic plurality is 289 an increase of 134 over 1908The verdict of the trial court which found John H Walsh guilty of misap lication of funds of the Chicago National Bank was affirmed by tho Uni ted States CircuitCourt of Appeals at hicagoAt closing of tho registration poles it was announced that the Democrats had registered the fullest vote ever before known at Richmond and as result the Democrats of the town held almost a jubilee At Winchester although no special effort was made by either party to got out a full vote a heavy vote was registered the Democrats having majority or the first time in tho history of the city The total vote is 1670 and the Democratic plurality is 2G John L Wells was declared the republican nominee for county judge by the Laurel County Republican Com littee after a two days session taken up by reading of depositions and argu lent of counsel The election returns bowed that Jones had received a majority of 22 but on a recount of tho allots by the committee Wells was shown to have received a majority of 11 Jones will appeal and the case will go beforo the State Central Committee The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Preventlcs will In a few hours afcly check all Colds or LaGrlppo Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store I After being twice married to Frank B Waste at Cleveland Ohio and being vice divorced from him Mrs Florence Waste at 18 has gone home to her other under injunction of Judge A G Reynolds not to try a third matrimonial venture I j 0 c n CHURCH MATTERSy Rev C A Williams is dead at May yule 0 titan advanced age Ho bad1 been an active minister of tho Christian church for over a half century Rev J H Hopper of Perryvil was with Rev W H Hopper at Burn side from Friday until tho following Sunday There were five additions to tho Presbyterian church while ho was there Mr W H Hopper leaves this week to continue his study at tho Louisville Theological Seminary- MIDDLEBURG Miss hose Wells of Gravel Switch Is visiting her cousin Miss Lillle Wells at Yosemite Miss LiMo Tilford aiut her sister Buolah returned to Euban Monday Jack Wells and wife of Liberty spent Sunday with tho homo folks at Yosemite I Charles Sullivan will lecture here Friday night Oct 15 Ills themo will bo Fads Fashions and Faces Prof Sullivan comes highly recommended as a lecturer and wo are assured that his talk will be well worth 25c the price of admission The horso driven by Mrs M G Murphy Sunday became frightened near Grove and running away threw Mrs Murphy out bruising her considerably Sho was picked up and carried to Mr Geo Dietzs and cared for until the arrival of her husband who brought with him Dr J W Acton She was badly bruised up but was able to be removed to her homo Monday The meeting of tho Baptist church which had been in progress for near two weeks closed Sunday night The following persons united with tho church during the meeting J R Wilson and wife Clarence McDanh Mrs Nancy Hall Alvuh Lucas and wife and Misses Maudo Pike Etta Lanham Hannah Wilson Stella Jones Bessie Tapacott Ruth and Martha Dye Eight of the converts were baptized in the river just below the mill by Rev Chas Martin Sunday after noon In the presence of quite a con course of peoplo That the meeting was a success all admit though then was not as great in gathering as was expected The membership wes considerably stirred and indications forI better work in tho future are apparent pasItorearnest c unsaved Rov L L Owens is being highly complimented on the very able discourses he preached during the mjei ng ao9theIt Is tho weak are cry log out for help Then help them Ions drug the stomach or stimulat the Heartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops R storativo and see how fast good health will como to you igaln Test it and see Sold by ennys Drug Store Human nature is very perverse Thatd right A man maybe with you in politics and against you on this retie question Few men are on the same side in all the current controver slesIt Mlona Is by G L Penny to euro indigestion or money back lelioves distressed stomach belching or gas Etc in five minutes Largo box 60c NOTICE The Farmers Co of Lawrcncehurg hu placed Eureka Tonlo on wile ut L Han den Orab Orchard and J D llorton Htan ford This tonlo Is to be token In a halt wino ton wineglass full threu times a dny tIi prescribed by the bust physicians In- tho mate to Guru stomach liver and kidney troubles Will be told on- tho streets here next county court dhy Oct 11 by their talesman Dr It J Caitldy Sale of Blue Grass Farm I As executors of T J Itohlnson we will 01 WEDNESDAY OCT WIWI- Iat about SI M la front of the National lank In Hintonvllle Ky ollur for sate nt pUblic outcry the tarn of about 142 acres tout J mlle front Hustonvllle In Lincoln unty near Danville turnpike 1rospec Uve purchasers will txi shown over the plocl by J who now live on It will be given Jan 1 Itio Term wll1be announced on dRY of sale SInsM H Iloiuxgox A J II IAXTON Exora PUBLIC SALE +aI will tell at public s to tho highest bidder 011 HATUICUAY OCT a1to9 bout 10 ncces of land lying In Kockcattl OuntyKyadjolningthe MnUlsou count IIno on the on the LA N rallroud ti mile from Boon station arti three mltos Hulith Qf Ileren Colleen- This land Is In a good neighborhood cianI to publlo chool nnd clmrcll Jt can 00 dl- tdotl Into three parcels abouttoncres lying 00 tho East side of the L A N railroad about sou acres lying on the Houthwest sIde of tho Korea Flat fan A Hound Htonocoun tfrOlld and about oil acres lying on the side of said road Tho three par coil of land will he offered separately and thell in11 whole This land la unlmprom except iniiill box house Has u line youni rowth of white oak some hickory popla ond There Is about 1DO to 2UTi acres ivel land with everlasting water and cnn- be made a line ranch for sheep and cattle The sale wilt be made on thepremtaelncnr- the box houseone mile from Iloono Htntlon TK1UIH One salt cash when deed n made the remainder 1 11 two equal payment with per cent Interest tilt paid notes with oodsurety and leln retained on the land goodFor Information call on or write V P Prewltt Berea Ky Harrison Duger who lives near the lana will ehow anyone vent who wishes to look at same before tho daof sale Halo to begin at 11 A M WTITU8tpereaKW naa ls+ aa I cCcd C cthesII I I l IWe are not the only people who sell GoodClothes but we are theII who sell the and Best Tailored Clothes No matter how fine the fabric unless your clothes Fit Your Form youI patternssome LOW PRICE Suits but our main business is done in 15 20 and 25 SuitsI I H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky iIY FOR SALE I i Will sell a Clothing Hhouandarnts Fur nlshlngHtore lotieiMl In the lest town In ItoTle count A great opportunity for tile LSJlVIford MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No oo K k A M will meet In stated comintinleutlonon each first and third Monday nights of vatlt month at 100I oclock In their hall on main street ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternully Invited to be present T W Von ulnsitOH MeCIi 6AD CARTERN- ow I Llvorv Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE I We have moved our produce hid and poultry business Ironl Myers stable to our store purchased nf Clnrland Hln leton two door from 11OA tnmr lyeviii pay cash for nil kinds country produce LAKH A IHi HANAX HtnnforU Ky Weak Kidneys I West Cldaert surely to seat kidney NerrM The Kidneys IltbeDtart and the Btotnich find their weakness not in Ute Itself but In the nerves that control and and them Dr whoops ltei OfPlI a medlctne speclacan7 jreparfd to rash rontroRfng nerves To doctor Ute Kidneys h futile JI is a WaIte of Ume and or moAl1 III welLIf back aches or Is Weak II the arts sold of orladarlllndltlOllIUrOUhaTlrmpto1ll neT disease DrehoopsnatorsUveammth Tablets or liquid nd see what It ran send do for you Druggist rscoBuaend sad sell Dr RestorativePENNYS POSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tres passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law lolIlS Mattlo Howes Itetcbentmcb Ilros Fred Uaumann A T Tray lor i Lllburn tiooch N H Ilummer Will Hester It O Nunnelley J W liAugbman J W Peck J K llruco David Htevens JohnCauionlscb WmOordler Dan Tray lor M D Klniore lotllbOllck Fred Hnndorf M Anderson YndllAJhlunJ J Elliott Sirs lieu IxMau W Jl Dnugherty Frank Oordler ller KatberLeo UrlGPerry II W 10Ines HH Ilaughiuan Uriah Albright A D Mrs Sinrgnrut Coach Jacob Gander OeoC Olrens HTraylor ham Roberts John Jufer Amend Hchaefer M J Hofmannj KT neazley A if Matheny MrsJIlOwslry lnIOrMT1tRrrllJO Hundley Mrs Nannie H Good O K McOlure Anderson Oarr Anton Jlonocker W M Dlshon Fred VonQruenlgaq T L Baughnum Mrs Kate Ador- Nlo OIutz Rebecca nOllrplnter V KopntzrJ K Matter JolinHIe Hflvler Ohrtrtlan Jacob Tom Ktirrlll W W Pitman Fred 1ayk n LL Penny R 11 Coffey K K Colonial FOR HOT WEATHER HELP TRY OUR Talcum Powder Spongw Bath BrusilesToilet anti Bath Soups AND ESPECIALLY Our J to Cold Soda Water with Jersey Cream and Fine Fruit Flavors PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky BUY H The Improved Su perior Grain Drills1- J from lit t I I W H HIGGINS Y Stanford KentuckyIIi m fRURAIJMR FARMER Make your homo na modern for your family aa a city residence and place in u position to get tho latest quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tho benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mers Lino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephono service wo can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee hliaissippi Louisiana and the southern portion of Illinois EASTTENNESSEE TEL COtt C IifOOaPOaATkDi 0 The Interior Journal6 r t- e STANFORD On 8 1000 KSA j i V IG cents straight Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS Aijris SUIAN 11 Annia continues ill Mra SUSAN D Y BAUER improving Mns U G Jovao continues qulto ill Id Mn J B FARRIS of Danville w hero this week Miss MINNIE WOODS ii with friends atLexington BonN to thq wife of John H Miller of Louisville Ip with tho homefolks Mae HKTTIK MCKINNEY went Louisville Wednesday MRS J T LIVINGSTON is with Mrs Jennie Wolf At Danville MK AND MRS J C BAILEY of Crab Orchard were down yesterday4- 4 JOHN OWSLEY HelD has gone to Martins vlllo Ind for rheumatism- V L HIUMLBTT of Confab spent a ffw dtijB with Senator R L Hubble Mn AND loins WILL SEvwtAft ofpint several days down In Shelby cou tyJ S HOCKGR attended tho Bankers convention in Louisville t week W M UniaiiT was In Laulavl Ito Wednesday and yesterday at the Hank ers Convention- J W ACE is now a knight of tho grIp Ho is traveling for n Cincinnati soft drink house MR G U SAUFLBY of Stanford was In this city Saturday on legal business Frankfort News Miss KATIIEUINE DRONAUGII of Lo ington spent several days with Mr James F Holdam MRS ERNDST WARRBN who has been with her parents here returned to Mid dlcsboro yesterday MRS WILLIAM GOODB and daughle- Mina r Dolllp Goode of Mltchcliburg are with Mrs B D Carter MRS J B NEVIUS and baby Lebanon Junction who have been wit Mrs Mattie Nevius went up to Drod heat yesterday MR EUOENB WILSON of Itlhmon passed through Snnday to Crab ard to attend his grandmothers neral Mrs Reynolds of Oeo Lick MR BUCK WEATllfllFORDof lI tonvlllo and Judge Baker of Hunt vlllo Tenn have been guests of b Georgo D Wcatherford Advocate I I LOCALS OLD papers for sale This office i SCHOOL shoos at Severance SorilJ j UNDERWEAR at Severance Sons court was in cession this week but little business of Importance was transacted SPECIAL display of suits and skirts Wednesday Let us make ono to fit you Severance Son M FOR RENT Four oomcottage wi- y four acres of ground In good portion of Stanford Ed Hubbard Stanford LOST between Hubble and Hedge vllle a cloak red with black v Return to Mrs J A trimmingCL M reward READ tho advertisement of W C Lutkcmeier Frankfort dealer In dry goods and carpets Mayb6 ho can InIterest you r Fort SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tago garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Price and terms tp suit purchaser Cicero Roynolds t THERE at t now Methodist church at Neals Cree Saturday night Oct 9 Proceeds will go to help pay for song books WE orred in saying in our last issu that Frank Atkins and Cheaterfleld Lackey were elected trustees of the Colored High School They were elect od as public school trusteesg SCOTT Scottagedabout 35 tiled in the Quail section of typhoid Is ver lie was a splendid citizen of Rockcaatle and had many friends in Lincoln A wife and three children Ware left to mourn his loss II i r ir Aii t t 4 It t r That Fall Suit conifortufJefcolingThe style of coat and skirt arc sensible uncIetegnnt looking i Dont buy a suit that is skimped in to sell for n few dollars llss Buy a suit with a coat the right length and the skirt the proper fullness CatobaPaupedesire Our stock is complete with raw goods in every department SEVER14lNCE SON STANFORD I cigarwill typhoover InilvHlodsonREV bowlllcLoxsupper YOUNG cockerels for solo at 1 Mrs L D Cook Stanford Ky FOR oils allkinereo4 W 1 Playa at the Stanforddnroge DONT forget the sale of land and TuesdayyRBMBMDRR tho sale of Bright FarrIll at Nunnelleys stock pone near depot county court day I DO all kinds of drwwmaktng and can be found at the resilience of J F Cummins on East Main Street Give me a trial Miss Mary Zeller Ir asA14rlalms against the estate of Mrs Lucy Cash presented to me I NationIalIL C Uaughmnn Exor CO Titfiscal court com j turnplkotoand tho fiscal court allowed him In the settlement 1000 less half of tho cost FOR SALE OR TRADE One 16 horsepower Nichols Shepherd traction en gino and two mounted saw mills log wagons etc All in good Call on or Address O W Potts Rid mond Ky RopDnb of nominall0ed rochiso e Legislature FOR SALB Having decided to quit the merchandise livery and hotel bus 1 ness at this place I will sell privately a good hotel storeroom and stock of merchandise and livery stable All in good condition Will make purchaser bargain For information apply to- T G Ashlock McKinney Kv ELicreMrJoshWIa son t county poorhouse was reelected serve another four years by tho fiscal court at Its meeting hero Wednesday We congratulate the court on its splon Sgwero r offendedit a ey Land Co hern Tuesday and Wedncs m floradAlcornfuwas a com pony and only routine business w directonrs Dogs Republican Candidate loll for sheriff prefer driving a splendid pa of horses to riding in the Republican Steam Roller Machine which is always greased and in running order T Ho wlnominated by tho latter and now rides in tho former Ho is playing all ends against the middle having adopt cd his former Casey county habits the way electioneering SwoPECol Thomas Swope who was born in this county in 1827 and graduated from Centro College Dan ville ln1848 is dead at Kansas City Sonlite 0 acres of land which was converted Into a park and Is now worth over 2000 9 OOOf In 1900 the city council passed an ordinance mailing the first Friday in Maya holiday to bo known as Thomas II Swopo Day and since it has been so observed LINCOLN county has the cleverest man in the world in tho person of Mr James F Cummins of this place Ho is a natural born mechanic and can fix anything from n spinning wheel to a flying machine so when anything In tho machinery lino gets out of shape In or around Stanford Mr Cummins is responkd Ho Is just as certain to put things in running order as he is to try and ho kecpfl you fooling all the while as if lettingdyou an internal machine in the part of a asoline engine which sometimes just wont run We give a gentle hint to Mr Cummins who stops whatever he en doing comes to our rescue and soon the wheels aro running smoothly Titers leanly one Jim Cummin and are monstrous glad that Stanford of has him tits I SWELL shoes for ladles at Severance Sons 11 HAVE one room for rent in Crai property Mrs Catherine McClary SUIT SINGLETON tells us that he ha the teachers money and Is ready to payout same r Miss MATTIE SACRAYS art studio will be closed Thursday Friday and Sat day of this week FOSTERS Range Is solid cast Guar nnteed in every particular Callandor see It Goo D Hopper OUR carbonntor has como and wo are now prepared to make all kinds of fr drinks Shugurs Tanner EXPERT workman on gasoline engines can be secured by application to tho Stanford Garage Machine Co I I 0COIE in and let us show you the 100 that we will give away on Jan 1st 1910 Cummins Wearen THE Messrs alley have aboWcompleted their large new stock near the depot and aro to sell all kinds of ItockII Nationhn1 e since at 1CO The I J has a buyer for more at that price r FARMERS Bryans Commoner says tho corn crops of Kansas 1I11nolc Texas Nebraska and Iowa are Bhor and that corn will bring nt least 3 pe barrel It looks like to us we wont be able to eat any corn bread next yearIs DOUm sCaptjamcs Douglas ono of the cleverest and bestknown con doctors on the L N dropped dead on his train between London and Ci- a n cinnatl He used to run on this divls ion and was liked by the traveling pubSlie for his courteous treatment of FINE CATTLE S T Farris sold to Joseptoh d cattle at Gc They wero shipped Wed ncsday dlrect to New York for the London market and were as fine a lot of cattle as ono could lay their eye to BROWN Mrs abethBrown wife of Mr Valentino S Drown Sr of the Dee Lick section aged GC died a few days ago of a complication of troubles Mrs Brown was a member of the ceMcon signed to mother earth at Bethel bury sinK ground A husband and five chll dren are left to mourn the loss of a good wife and devoted mother PROGRAM of tho Teachers Aesocl- ir lion to be held at the Graded school on Saturday Oct 16 at Hustonvllle Ky Devotional service Rev Willis Wei s como address Chas Wheeler Response Supt Singleton How to teach children to speak correctly Mrs EoL Grubbs Miss Lois Hubble Nature study in conn nectlon with Language Miss Cora Singleton Miss Cochran The value of mental arithmetic Mrs Joe Williams Miss Sue Purdom How shall wo de velop patriotism in our schools R G Martin Prof Robinson Some dim collies that confront an teacher Miss Edna Gilliland M Dollie Wolford Reading Prof Grubba a Lansing Lanham REYNOLDsAfter a lingering illness caused by the infirmities of age Louisa Reynolds aged 81 the widow the late Jesse Reynolds passed pence fully over the silent river Saturda evening to dwell with the angels above She leaves one brother Rev Stephen Collycr who now lives in Texas ono sister Mrs Nannie Reynolds living in Missouri two sons M G and J M Reynolds of Bee Lick and seven daughters and a number of grand child ran to mourn her taking away AI ny though advanced in years her mind was perfectly clear to the very last She often expressed her readiness to meet her Maker Realizing just a short while before she died that the end tqa drawing nigh site called her children around her bedside tolling each o them to follow In the steps of Jesus and be prepared to meet her In the world to como Sho was a devout mem ber of the Christian church havinggvt her heart to God when quite young Monday at 11 oclock Rev Todd preached t A the funeral sermon at Providence church after which all that waa mortal tho dear one wad laid to teat In Providence cemetery getting outgI Wildesan blowers Lightning crushers and grinders Line shafting pulleys and hangers belting gas engine oil etc Stan ford Garage Co TUB INTERIOR RENAL hopes that Query patron who In Indebted to it eith for subscription advertising or job work will como to town Monday court day prepared to pay his bills Misfor ofteneed past moot and dough is needed Kindly let this gentle hint to the wise be sufficient HONOR ROLL of tho Stanford Graded School for first month Grads 1 James Baughman Oscar Dailey Harvey Embry George Fleeco Farris Mack Farmer Joe Grimes Ma Powell Manuel Turpin Powell ithers Luella Waters Louise Waters Grade 2 Sophie Saunders Mary F Cormney Sam Craig Grade 3 Rachel Hilt Heath Sever once John R McKinney Annette Wearen WilburConnett Willie Rankin Virgil Moore Grade 4 Hobart Arnold Morris EmbryBirdieSingleton Clairborne C Walton GrecorKinney Jean Paxton Ethel Powell abel Reynolds Clinton Coleman Joe T Embry Jessie Hocker Grade G Bessie Brackett Frances Brackett Eva Rankin Prescott Brown Alva Holtzclaw Georgia Cabbell Ray mond Connett W C White Elizabeth Harry Farmer Vircie Hester am J Embry Effie Ware Arnold Brady Tillie Goldstein Josephine Mor ris Maud Arnold Jonathan Rankin MaryAndersonHoltzclaw Raymond Traylor Bessie Moore Lewis Proctor MaryoDavis McRoberU May me Singleton James Owsley JosephineCarpenter Grimes James Johnson Walter Maser 1MuellerSophomoreJohn M Waters Eva Hilton Virginia Mahony Emma Na pir Willie Moore Morrison Bright Annie Lewis Gentry JuniorJoseph Hopper Singan M idrownedBud oak Je ic Olarki on ilcKlnncy Ky NOTICE III Lewis Lynn who Rae convicted or tnur dor In the Lincoln circuit in ISK will ask ohJett n writing any objection LEWIS LYNN RENTiss 2 For rent for 1010 with prlviloco ofeetflngl 2lnrtee III WlllIIC tale Rnll and planting corllRnd tobacco hex Sprln1 1 lll rent 4 for port of crop M ivurnT- Ynyneburg K orFOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere I will 40YJ storehouto on place good barn i good orch IUd well watered fAVnynesburg NOTICEI tarntoyour policies written right Inn good conipn by W J CUMViiEt1 Hustonvllle Ky HOME FOR SALE I wo allanunessaryuCre into cow on b roomy loaftIJdOll corner WliltleynnU Miller streets- A1 HOLT20LAW Stanford Ky Creditors Notice I All creditors of the lluutlngton reduce Pood Huntlngton W Vo are hereby aotlaedl to present their stators jtgalnst said concern as provided bylaw to the undersigned asslgn a0ayetrptntaedgtehergotG Dated at Burnilde Ky Sept so loon 1 3 KY I 01Gtrtiut I NErTR1MMZaU prcttiostJrQSsinexpensiveOurin both bright and dull finish and n variety of shapes We also have a new lot of band trimmings in all the now shades alsoAtho rat tail and soutache braids and buttons to match in Sizes nnd colors It is almost impossible to picture for you tno beauties of our stock wo shall have to ask you to come to sea them for no mere description can do thorn justice Theyare l now ready for you and we will take mucji pleasure them and guarantee prices reasonable e 4hI HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKYI Catalogue Free Write today nnd get a copy of Our Beautiful New QOPage Tall Cata logue which shows n handsome assortment of Carpets n Rugs Curtains Linoleums Illustrated in natural colors and half tones Quality considered wo will save you money W C LUTKEMEIER Frankfort Ky Established 1876 r tAaY FMIAlF1l llt RPO Rl1 tP11IR la IPPOPPIP 1- i 4 i The Way Deshini Deposit Bank mc- a II WAYNESBURG KY Iiy Capital 15000 Surplus OX Profits 2500 Resources Over 60000 24 y Directors qA c ioDr A K Caldwell IL Curtis C O Gooch II II Singleton si 2yOfficers tyThe omcera of this bank extend a cordial Invitation for your y y patronage your account is respectfully solicited whether large 4 + or small po treatment and satisfactory results are assuredy AYIiY 1P wPR 1X111REAPP9Alw ld aMV4V i tEldt ittefVVt rad + +r1riV VdW id fVO+caf VY tt iirV ii tWV1 Y EEinTho Coffee with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For tho next30 days will give x Five Pounds Cofleo at 860 175 1 Nickel Dip Cotfet Pot tit gl60 v 1 50 x325F- or thirty days you save SI 25 GIVE IT A TRIAL t HaFARRIS9 Stanford r I lILtr The Interior Journal t Xnkredin the POIlo iii Stanford rtCOndcl mater L N TIME TABL- No1 Bonth 11 M r M r NoTS South 1103 A M Nol4 North 4 HO A X No U North BCT r Itt No 87 1047 A J- eNoS 140 PMI JOS S RICE Agont I I A S PRICE f SUrgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY I Office over McRoberta Drug Store in t the Owsley Building i FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 110 acres of good blue grow IaKlnneyojd I Also 123 acres of timbered land ono mllo EasWf McKInney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Nee grow ngcrop A GIVENH McKlnney Ky Fall and Winter Stock have your measure taken by a tailor of ex Then your clothes whetheralow- price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and ii which plainly Indicate they were to your measure I win also toke yonr meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Fall and Winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection ILO IWlLK Y Tho Tailor Stanford Ky t CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best nwell as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty ot wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have nil klnds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prlcuOJlRIBTAN GREEN ROUSES ED HuuiiAim mon Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco earns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 88 once W Insure with mo and be fully protected PUBLIC SALE Having decided to move to town I will on TUESDAY DOT 1119 still to the highest bidder my farm situated XK miles from Stanford on Lancaster pike U contains 62 acres four room dwelling necessary outbuildings and well watered Immediate possession I will also sell S good work mules 1 work horse 1 Golddust harness horse I8 year old harness horse 2 140pound steed 1 fnrm wagon 1 buggy good as new 1 Disc harrow 1 binder 1 mower 1 wheat drill 3 riding cultivators 3 nets harness UO bushels onions 1 range A lot of old tlme furniture and my entire lot ot household goods Also n lot of corn Terms made known on day of sale Sale will be gin at 10 A KW P Ito lfllos Stanford K- yINSURANCE R B RIAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp AH Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLive StockHealth and Accident Plate Glass Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis countCJ l Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Deniers in Fur niture MattmgaRugs They will exchange Furniture for M Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right 8T HPORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary r Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY i Offlet Phone 1ST Homojlboijo 6s d o FARMERS DEPARTMENT I Two fresh Jersey cows for sale W C Shanks Stanford Ky wWinter seed oats for sale Jones Baughman Moreland Ky feedE I We have 35 or 40 No1 feeding hogs for sale at once Lutes Co Huaton ville Ky B G Fox of Danville bought 35 mule colts ranging in price from 5G to 90 at Harrodsburg B G Fox of Danville will be hero Monday county court day to buy 100 mule colts Bring yonr colts to town ESTRAY Dark sorrel yearling mule left court day Will pay reward for re turn E T Bcazley Stanford No4 ESTRAYED Three barrow hogs black spotted weigh about 250 crap off left ears Liberal reward E T Pence FOR SALEAbout 50 tons of good timothy hay in stack will have baledas soon as can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky IL F D No1 Nunnelleys stock pens will be ready county court day Oct 11 near depot All kinds of stock will be handled at these pens and your patronage Is cor dially solicited CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of fine pasture 21 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 16hand horse mules two yearlings and one colt Registered Duroc boar and some young boars ready for service R H Crow Shelby City Ky R F D No2 box 23 MULES WANTEDBonner d Ramsey will be in Stanford Monday October 11 1909 county court day to buy threeI car loads of mules from two to seven years old Have your mules beretA M Pence Agt 2t A redsteer weight about 500 pounds with horns and ted 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 ESTRAYLow heavy set black cow some white under belly bush of tall white about head warts on teats on front side gives 4 or 5 gallons of milk a diY Reward T L Board Hu tonville R F D No2 at Sandy Car penter place W H Lillards sale held at the Dr Duke farm in Boyle was well attend ed and everything soW well Corn at pile in field brought 255 to 2 65 per barrel stock ewes 460 to 7 mule colts 65 to 80 jennets 50 to 160I farming implements and everything offered bringing good pricesAdvocate BARGAIN 351 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice 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 land as there Is in the county This Is a bargain See L R Hughes Stan ford Ky Money Comes In Bunches To A A Chisolm of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth readingIFor a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver consti pation nervousness and general do bllity he writes I couldnt sleepe had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite of all medi treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now I attend to bublneas every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves Me at Pennys Drug Store Lecture fields and purple snows Dot the map Flows of talk and icy floes Overlap Gumdrops scattered down the line Mark Cooks stay While the empty cans define Pearys way But Old Glory peerless flag Was unfurled At the very topmost crag Of the world A tickling ordry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store A voter who wont vote ought not to be allowed to kick Who takes the girls home from the suffragette meetings- A century hence will probably see a water parade with a replica of the Lus itania in line We progress we can now lock the flat go down town and leave the playingSome who are financially able ItfromanyIsure Dr Snoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store T She thanked him with a look thathe MATRIMONIAL Thomas Craig 21 and Mist Lena Kelly 21 were married here E L Long 23 and Miss Motile Ter ry16 were united in marriage at Cur HousesMiss Mary Moss daughter of W B Moss of Garrard and H C Bailey of Pendleton Va were married at the residence of tho brides parents Eld F M Tinder performing the ceremony After coming from Chickasaw Okla to Atlanta to become the bride of R P Luther a prominent insurance man of Atlanta Miss Louise Murphy was stricken by ptomaine poisoning on the eve of her wedding and died in a few hoursAt Lancaster Miss Bessie Brown youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs A B Brown was married to Maurice Thompson at the home of the brides parents Rev F M Tinder officiating Miss Lizzie Broaddus and Robert Long served as attendants- Mr Harry D Frye son of Mr A M Frye and Miss Abbie Lutes daugh ter of Mr John Lutes both of Huston ville were united in marriage at Lex ington last week Mr Walter Mc Kinney and Miss Anna Belle Butner were the attendants Mr and Mrs Frye were married in the parlors of the Pooonix Hotel Mr Frye is a splendid young man and has many friends here while his bride Is a most lovable and attractive young lady and their many friends wish them much happiness HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150Fe- w people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair in all things clean In all things It U essentially a family paper By special arrangement wa are enabled to ot ter the WKKKLV OOUttlEROUKNAL one year and this paper for the price above Send your subscription for namedI bination to usnot tc the Courlsr Stock of Merchandisel for I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and n good bust ReasontOliO DHOITKH Stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE 1 I wish to sell privately my form of 61 acres mufromdwelling good house lino water eto Land U In high state of oul farmsforfactory HI1TLKStanford Ge B fRUITTM- oreland Kentucky New Fall Lino Millinery now in Also flow Furniture coming in al most dailyG PUUITT Morcliind Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer ofj Marble and Granite Monu mentsIMarkers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vnsesond Settees Offlca and works Me Kinney Ky PUBLIC SALE I Jlulngdeelded to gO East I will In Me Kinney ICy an- HATUItDAY OCT P 11W sell at public auction tbe following person altyi One good square piano 1 dressers I suit furniture or boa springs I new- ranpedlniuroomchsld sevra rockers 1 sates I 3 washstands 1 large hand some mantle mirror 1 handsome- Brusselacarpet mattings etc sewing mil chine tables window shsdes poles andRita not ntentlonwllomerlotlte-blghe4tblddsr Terms cash as 1 expect to leave soon after the sale bain will begin ut loYlock rx MRH inUMOOUK PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to go straight up I wit onMONDAYOOTIIlto0 court day Nunnelleys new stock yards offer for sale to the highest bidder the fol lowing described stocks Ono 4 yearold stallonbp Prektondant by Wm I lgearold gelding by 1Il1ooln Hqlllrreldam by Wm Welch This colt is broke to drive nnd Is n good one 1 hay l year old sally by I TIIlIllllylaunbrokereI2eorold filly by Kentucky HII rl I brown l rlorold ally by trill MrUnrtys- Oambettn Wilkes stallion out of a thoroughbred I mare 1 thoroughbred years old by Minstrel lat dalll by flay hick with Lincoln Hquirrel filly colt by side I Illly colt by Don Vnrrlek out of nil OH Time mure 1 bluek stud colt Alto at sane time and place will oner thl followlnl Jack stockl One old lack HH hands high nnd a lack11Iiroyally bred i1Irohl Jennut safe III font 16 year old Jtnnt with jennet colt at side and safe in tool to Jim Keene This stock will be sold without reserve or limit Terms a credit of 11 months will Iw given NaI Your New SuitI Its so easy to blow about once self in print and stretch the truth too to the snapping point that file cold trutlidoesnt get a whole lot of hearing in the ordinary newspaper ad The tendency is to yell which soon grows tiresome We talk in ordinary tones Thus New Suits were showing 81250 515 and 1860 are as chuck full of as an egg is of meat The best oneS are Pile of Style make Thats your guarantee and ours W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Lexingt np Trots OCT 5 TO 16ITHE GREATEST IN THE WORLD- s STAKES 85000 PURSES 21000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct 5c3000 TENNESSEETuesday Oct 5 5000 TRANSYLVANIA Thursday Oct 7 3000 CUP STAKE Monday Oct 11 GREAT 203 PACE Friday Oct 9 5000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thuwday Oct 14IOther Sensational Races Daily Webers Prize Band of AmericaBLA- NCHE BERNDTMEHAFFEY SopranoSoloist IN DAILY CONCERTS fl ONE FARE ON RAILROADS rltiwtrlksWrfgldi q 1 Wo nro now ready to show you ono of the nest lines of Mens Youths and Children Clothes ever shown tho people flit tho lowest pries Also a now and uptodate line of Overcoats mutt Crnvnnettcn from 750 to 820 Good values Come in and let us show you Am sure you will be pleased with this line SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY Stanford Garage Machine Co INCORPORATEDi AUTOMOBILESFEED GASOLINE ENGINES CRUSHERS FARM IMPLEMENTS AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT H B NORTHCOTT Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce Scrap Iron and Rubber i H B NORTHCOTT Stanford FOR SALE Stock lure Ools otlons nroltrlt Hardware Tinware Ae about tWo Do lug lair business liberal terms n U IIAllldSlrab Orchard Ky J J BELDEN For UOIbO and furring Minting find Trim llanglu4amtendluekuulIhIng J J JjIJHIHIAlJfont Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepnred todo nil kinds of surveyilg anti civil engineering My work will tn guaranteed and my prices are rea sonable Write me at or call me over the telephone through the lluttonvlllo WALTKIl IcKIN- N1YCONCRETING lOIIIItnulnclln prle1beforePHILLIPS BROS1 Stanford Ky I FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A flue blue grass form for sale situated on n Point Jxsnvell und six miles lOut I of Ijincmter contiilniiiE eo occur well located In good neighborhood being part of the John WnUrr tract with it some new twostory tivenrixnii rvnldencn with lucussiiryouttiulldliKrsand good new bnrn WxW Well watered six runnlnllthrouRbbalance ontl and wo yuudfidnmduyof solo tearing six per Interest paid Persons looking fur place please write orsee vO WAiKKHHliinforU BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE My flnn Blue bluegrass farm 3H miles rlkenndacres of rich bluogrolil hemp or tobacco land all In stns This hunt con ho equally divided to advantage so as to have n good DWELLING HOUSE on each piece also tilt necessary outbuild lug The farm lays almost In n square only oneonglo In lines There art Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables- one tenant house good water In every fold six lastlsg springs flues stroam ruu Ing through whole trout J Steele Carpenter HUSTONVIIIK KT REWORDI tlIalneletIItth1my gates on the counl road that runs through my farm Ihaveconcluded to offer A reward for InormllUon leading to tJM conviction ot oclt lemon or parsons will therefore give ihu sum of tt for tutor illation leading to thn nrrtot and conviction of any party or 1nrties that have broken the latches on any nl my Rittpsor that have sawed down or turndown any ot my gates theIlutonvllleturnplkethrough my tnrmnml 1 the same amount for Information to the arrest nnd conviction of any parties who In the future commit almva oftenses IdllllIWltntIIIIIY hand this loth T Irlit Farm for Sale On Imiivlll1 A IlIlItollllIo pike Of SIO acres indncotocounty Iorll land Tbts teen 1s weltmprovedgood well and cistern and abundance of stock water furnlthed from nevrrfnlltng springs Most of fnrm In gnus I desire to sell farm stookIandcropjennetii a jacks all ages 10 brood IIInr1 registered 1 rfglttnrnl Hiilllou 31 acres of corn 1 15 or M stacks of liny farm Init Implements every lht wholt lullit or nil partottbelock- and U J sell the tarn without tbu stock 1- t mutt sell not laUr than m days so as to give alto time to ntnkoti pale stock Also tints tritxid mules trout work mules down t to rolls You will have to see this farm tonppro elms the location and the unary tulvantegue- of this tarn Any i T on from it dutunco MorelandOrescent routn this farm heing only about H italic front station 11 n KIKO Slortiland Ky r- a Dinwiddie o1i Hustonville Kyi Undertakers and Embalmers We carrry an uptodate line of goods