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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1THE NTERIORP JOURNA1cl j r L ft t7 J VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 12 1909 MO 85 tt Oldest Brick House In Kentucky f A Scott county wonian who recently i visited Crab Orchard Springs sends in the following Situated on a prominence In Lincoln county with Muldose Mountains in the distance to Bald to be the oldest brick house In Kentucky having been built between the years 1783 and 1790 by Col William Whitley tho grandfather of Mrs Mary Moore of Georgetown In the front room then known as thu big room Col Whitley met with and 1 entertained the Indians when making a treaty with them regarding tho capture of white women and children In this samo room on tho high mantle are 13 stars representing tho 13 States then in the Union Kentucky at that time IIbeing a portion of Virginia Tho wood is all hand carved and on tho stairway is carved at each step an eagle with an olivo branch In its its mouth The attic quito a low structure was the ballroom and from the small win down at each end it is told tho whites fired on the Indians when with hostile intentions they were around the premises Tho brick of which the house was built were burned near by and in diamond shape are placed glazed brick to add to the quaintness of the structure It is said a farm was paid for tho brick and quite a number of barrels of whisky was given to build the house The chimney in one room is 12 feet wideI the walls of the houso being two feetI thick The doors are twoply with i metal between to insure safety from tho enemyIp LThe farm contains 130 acres now owned by Mrs Salllo Pcnnlngton who takes pleasure in showing strangers through thb entire house and gives them In her affable way what information ahe can about her quaint and much lov- edI home Georgetown Times TiiBfOOO HANDICAPS AT LE INa 5oNA novelty In racing which should draw tho largest crowds ever seen on the Lexington track will be them two rich handicaps worth 5000 each to be raced tho second week of Kentuckys Great Trots of Oct 61G The Blue Grass Handicap for pacers Is vet for Tuesday Oct 12 Tho distance Is a mile and a half and 210 and slower pacers will start at the mllo and half post while tho faster pacers will start from 53 feet to COO feet behind tho wire In accordance with their different records and sptfftJ Among tho starters will be Hcdgowood Boy 2021 Maud C 2031 Major Mallow 2 lilI Brenda York 2KMJ listen Whips 205 Major IJrino 2051 etc Tho October p Prize 5000 for trotters is on the same conditions and will make a send sation Among the starters will be theI great Uhlan 2031 Jack Lcyburn 211 Sanoma Girl 2051 Margaret 0 2051 Sterling McKinney 2081 San Fran cisco 207J Lady Jones 2071 and oth er stars After carrying mall over an eight mllo route since 1881 for tho salary ofI j one cent a year the carrier between Dodgeville and Mineral Point III has I lost his job It was not from any neglect of duty that this employe of tho Government was severed from the pay roll Neither is tboro any evidence that he was unwilling to continuo long er tho duties of his position for ho worked as long as his penny a year was forthcoming The Government is re trenching p BARGAIN351 acres of good land of which 100 acres la bottom land olght room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x90 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns tho whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well r 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 tho county This is a bargain Seo L R Hughes Stan 1ford Ky u Health Coffee Is tho cleverest Imitation of real coffeo ever yet made Dr Snoop created it from pure parch ed grains malt nuts otc Flno In flavor is made In juttt ono mlnuto No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Samplo froo Pennys Drug Store p Leon Yandell who was killed at a i railroad construction camp near Lex ington by a vicious Negro was related to tho notable Kentucky family by that name Yandell was tho victim of a plot by desperate blacks working under him The INTERIOR JOURNAL advises Judge Parker and others if his ilk to emulate the example of Judas Iscariot and go and hang himself We object We want to preserve the judge especially as an awful example Lexington Ga zette l Drcatuo llyomel tend euro catarrhI No stomach dosing including inhaler fl Guaranteed by O L Penny Druggist IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Burley Robinson who assassinated AI Mciloberts in Boyle was hold without ball Alex Webb who assassinated Hiram Mason in Bell county was given a life sentence Ed Clutz of PIttsburg was killed by falling slate in the Ida May coal mines near Deattyvlllo Ty Cobb the base ball player will visit his old friend Charles Crawford in Danville thla week 0 Tho barn belonging to John McKee near Somerset burned and two valua ble mules were cremated J6hn 0 Gilmore an ex Union sold dier Is dead at Somerset Ilia wIfe died only a few months ago Arnold Simmons of Richmond amid shipman at tho Naval Academy An napolis will bo dropped from tho rolls on account of deficiency Tho storeroom of J P Kelsay the Somerset druggist was broken into Saturday night and about 25 worth of morphine cocaine and other dopes takenE Ould and R N Price Are pre paring to erect a handsome hotel at Cumberland Gap That historic place will be turned into a summer and health resortA from Williamsburg says that a gun exploded in tho hands of a young man near there and that the load struck two of hie younger brothers seriously wounding them Parie Parker a Rockcastle county strumpet throw her seven monthsald child in a corn field and skipped out The child has been placed in a good family but the unnatural mother has not been located During a hard thunder storm Sunday tho commissary of tho Main Jellico Mountain Coal Company located at Kensec five miles north of Jclliep wa struck by lightning and burned to the ground The stock of goods valued at 20000 was destroyed MATRIMONIAL Tho Ohio courts divorced 6031 mitmated couples during the year ending Juno 30 according to information filed with tho Secretary of Stato by the prot bato courts of tho State Dr Edward 0 Guerrant and Mrst Guerrant of Wilmore announce thot engagement of their daughter AUssc Grace Owing to Mr Peter DutoI Guerrant of Danville VaCMiss Roxle Evans daughter of Shel ton M Evans of Middlosboro and Lewis Newman of Knoxville Tenn eloped to Cumberland Gap and were married Mr and Mrs Newman loltt for Bristol Term where they will reI side W F Sheridan known and liked by everybody here was married at Eaglo Pass Texas to Miss Lottie Lockett Llfton a charming young woman atI that place They are now at homo to their friends at tho Galt House Louis villa Some tlmo this week there will bo made public It is expected a statement by Commander Peary concerning tho claim of Dr Cook to having discov ered tho North Pole It is quito likely also that during tho present week Com mander Peary will forward to tho Coast and Geodetic Survey at Washing ton his original tidal records and profile of his soundings from Capo Columbia to the polo Dr Cook will continue his lecture engagement but will probably find time to make some reply when the Peary statement appears in tho press Frightful Fato Averted I would have been a cripple for Ufo from a terrible cut on my knee cap II writes Frank Dlabnry Kelllher Minn without Bucklena Arnlcu Salvo which soon cured mm Infal lible for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures burns scalds old sores bolls skin eruptions Worlds best for piles 25o at Pennys Drug Store Why We Stay Single Its Hubby put tho cat out And its Dearie fix the rango Its novo you wound the clock love And its lave you any change ItVHook me up tho back pet And Lock the cellar door And its Do bo careful not to drop Cigarashes on tho floor II So let the bumper circulate And quaff a mournful glass Unto tho humblo benedict Alas alas alas l William Randolph Hearst has and nounced that he would accept an Independent nomination for Mayor of New York provided his associates be sub stantially RepublicanFusion nomlneea as already selected A tickling or dry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoopa Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform I nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES Ira G Rawn vice president of the Illinois Central has been chosen presi dent of the Monon Saturday will be Bryan day at the Aluka Yukon Pacific Exposition andt W J Bryan will speak Los Angeles IK preparing to spend 23000000 to pipe pure water from the mountains 223 miles awnyuSeventeen persons were klllednndc 10 were severely injured in a collisions IIJfame rested in tho fact that he shavedp Abraham Lincoln is dead at ton Iii- Trouble c over a dog caused Joe Smiths to kill Jack Irwin in Hardin county Tho men mot on the roadside and be gan quarrelinge IISwopoThe bulk of the estate goes to relatives thoso living In Kentucky being hand somely rememberedcFrederick Schlicman and Carlo Giroe were sentenced to execution at Sing Sing during tho week beginning No vember 16 for the murder of Mrs Sophia Staber In New YorkcFrightened at a largo rat that rontunder her feet Grace Field aged 15 of Evansvllle Ind leaped upon a chair In her excitement she fell off tho chairt broke her arm and was badly Injured internallyThe of tho monument to tho heroes of Kings Mountain which was to have occurred at Fort Watauga near Johnson City Tenn was post poned on account of the incompletion c of the monumenttwon an easy Pittsburg in jhe second game of the series of the worlds baseball championship the contest resulting in a score of 7 to 2 In favor of Detroit Each IubI has won one game and have five moroI to playrMrs Lucy Alexander widow of H A Alexander died suddenly at her homo near Versailles of angina pec She was beloved throughout Woodford county for her philanthropic work Her latest gift was 16000 tot Versailles hospitalYTho Kentucky Coal MiningCo which operated near Owensooro has gone the wall with tho approximate in debtedness above assets of 200000 Besides many Kentuckians capitalists Cincinnati and Dayton are stock- holderS in tho company Mrs Ruth Bryan Leavitt daughter of William Jennings Bryan has turned down a princely offer to go on the lec platform She will go to Germany educate her children On her foreign journey she will her parents as far as CubaIMrs Alfred Langdon Rives mother of Princess Troubetzskoy the author died at her home Castle Hill Albo marie county Va after a long illness Mrs Rives was a Miss MacMurdo of Richmond and connected with many of the best and oldest families of Vir glnlaIJohn W McKinnon a member of thoI board of reorganization managers of tho Motropolitan Steamship Company bid in tho company for 2500000 at the foreclosure sale in Boston and if the plans of the board are carried out the lino will pass at once to Charles W Morse and affiliated interests Confessing that ho had made and passed counterfeit money William B Pettus a former school teacher of Carter county was sentenced by Judge Sa tar in the Federal Court to 30 months- in Leavenworth Kan prison Pettus told the court that ho entered tho counterfeiting business because he wanted- to get Into jail to keep from starving II Tho opening session of the Interna tional Peace Conference at Brussels was devoted to addresses on the subject of peao Among those who spoke were English and German delegates who favored a rapprochement between their countries and a reduction in arma ments Miss Anna Eckstein of Boston represents tho United States in the congress Tho funeral of Col Thomas H Swope the Kentucky millionaire who died in Kansas City took place there Friday Thousands lined tho streets to view the funeral procession and pay their last tribute of respect The prO- cession was headed by police troops secret societies labor organizations and city officials The body was temporar ily placed in a vault The final resting place will be In the park which Col Swopo gave to tho city rThe BedRook of Success Lies In a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splendid health that Dr Kings Now Life Pills 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 To The Democrats of the Crab Orch ard District In accepting tho nomination for mag- Istrate of this district tendered me by the county committee I wish to say to voters of the district that this nom- Ination was not of my seeking that many of my neighbors voters of this precinct earnestly besought of me the of my name as a candidate in this connection and I very reluctantly con Having filled the office of mag in this district for one term in I 80s I am fully aware of the Im and responsibilities of the of fice 1 do not think the voters of this fully realize the Importance of competent men for this very responsible position Do you realize that at the November you will be called upon to se four men as magistrates of the who will have full control of the fiscalaffairs of the county and who will the authority to levy your tax for purposes who have control of the county property who mAke the appropriations for your turnpikes and county roads who make settlements with your sheriff and other county offi It seems to me that it would be your interest as taxpayers to placemen that are competent and qualified- to discharge the responsible duties in places If you think I am the man to represent you in this districtI voto for me and if elected I will represent the interest of the taxpayers and county alike to tho best of my ability This being one of the most responsible and also the poorest pay ing office in the I think the office should seek man and not the man the office Consequently I shall make no scramble- or personal canvass for the place It is up to you to make your selections If want mo I will serve you If you my opponent voto for him and will not fall out with you by any Very truly yours R H BnoNAUdi The County Meeting The SemiAnnual County Meeting of Christian church of Lincoln County be held with the McKinney Church- on the fourth Saturday in October 23rd All churches in the county are urged to send delegates Churches that did not pledge last May please bring offering 10 A M devotional exer cises 1015 address C L Piatt Song 10535 A M address W S Willis Song 11 A M address Elder Case 1120 A M report of Evangelist J G Livingston 1135 report of churches Noon recess 11 M devotional exer- cIses 110 r M address W G Mont gomery 135 P M address J Q Montgomery 2 p M address Echoes from Pittsburg Convention D M Walker 230 address Joseph Ballou P W CARTER Chairman Its A Top Notch Doer Great deeds compol regard Tho world crowns Us doers Thats why tho American pooplo have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the king of Throat and lung remedies Every atom is a hoalthforee It kills germs fInd colds and lagrippe vanishes It heals coughrackel membranes and coughing stops Soro Inflamed bron chial lubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Oao Moore lack Jack N C writes Colt cured mo of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors San 91 Trial bat tie free Guaranteed byponnys Drug Storage The Permanent International Peace Bureau at Its session in Brussels adopt ed resolution suggesting that the va rious governments of the world join in the creation of an international fund for the relief of sufferers in the event of the occurrence of great disasters in any part of tho world A motion was also adopted favoring tho Interdiction- of tho throwing of explosives from air ships In time of war It Is the weak nerves that are cry Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and seo how fast good health will come to you again Test it and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store Suit under the prohibition law for 30000 was brought by the State of Oklahoma against Charles F Colcord one of tho wealthiest men of Oklahoma City charging that for 30 days he has permitted liquor to bo sold in a build ing he owns The State law fixes a fine of 1000 a day for thiajviolatlon Pains of women head pains or any pain stopped In 20 minute sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets Pee full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store SWELL shoes forjladlee at Severance Sons FREEFRft ++++++++++++++++ HHHH++ On Jan i 1910 we will give away one DAVEN PORT that is worth 100 f On every dollars CASH purchase we will present you with a FREE TICKET on this handsome DavenaL portICummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Cfte Lincoln gopiy national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH- H C C RPENTERBDOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK v OIREOTORSs J B tlnfordJohnkin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummin Preacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek If you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by x 1lB T PENCE STANFORD KY FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 JiAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2 Jc SOO Combines AbsoluteJSafety witbjSatisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERI 1 S Hocker President- S T Harris Vice President John J McRoberts Cashier HfC Banghraan Asst Cashr- WwSauoderaBookkeeper rt l DIRECTORS J I F Reid J H Baujhraan M D Elmore J M Pettas HC Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris nO 0 Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker O E Tate 1 The Interior Journal I is Iw E C WALT- ONDemocratic of Ticket be 1 by For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY of Lincoln on For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLESA HARDIN- of Mercer For State Senator R L HUBBLE an of Lincoln county For Representative R W H SHANKS ForCountyJudge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH t For Circuit Olerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff to I W L MCCARTY ForCounty Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Teller DINK FARMER he byFor Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hchooli i GARLAND SINGLETON the For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Rtanford DUtrlct JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Htanford District L MBRUCE For Maglitrate0rab Orchard District BRONAUGHrFor Magistrate Huttonvllle District J K HELM SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Waynesbnrg District JOHN G BAUGH JOE MAGEE Is a candidate for Police Judge of Crab Or chard subject to the action ot the demo cratlc party and asks your support TUB campaign which will decide by election on November 29 whether or not the amendment to the Constitution of Alabama shall include a provision forever prohibiting the sale of intox kating liquors in that State has already developed into the bitterest political fight which has been witnessed in that State or in the South for a generation The forces have been lined up on both sides by the thousands and hardly any thing else is heard in the State as a topic of general conversation Ala bama is stirred from center to circumference in this fight The liquor Interests including the distilleries and brew ers outside of Alabama as well as the wholesale trade and what little retail trade there remains in the State are making their last desperate stand for a foothold in Alabama and it is alight to a finish Already meetings are being held in every section of the State a and speakers of ability are giving their time to the stump on one side or the p other The result will be watched with interest LESS than 20 days remain until the election Good democrats should put in all the time possible in their effort to elect the magnificent ticket which ap pears at the top of this page This is a democratic county and while we are not uneasy as to the result of the elec tion we are desirous of making the ma jority as large as possible If you have a friend or neighbor who thinks ho has a grievance talk to him and use your influence in keeping his democratic re cord clean Impress upon him the fact that the democrats have proven their ability of taking care of the county af fairs and are more competent than their republican brothers who desire to fill the offices for the next four years UNDER operation of the new tar- Iff law there was an increase of 100 percent in the value of imports into the United States from the Philippine slands during last August compared with the imports in the same month of the previous year The total value of merchandise from the Philippines in August 1909 was 1811138 against 814510 in August 1908 THE foot ball season is yet in its in cipiency but three players have been killed This promises to be the richest season for the undertakers since the foolish game of foot ball was originated AND Judge Watts Parkers name will go under the log cabin for circnit judge I of Fayette His love for office is sick ening POLITICAL F B Lindle who was defeated for county clerk in the republican primary in Pulaski charges that no legal pri mary has been held and announces that ho ia still a candidate- C R Crane may never go to Pekin as Minister lie was recalled to Wash ington while en route to China because he is accused of committing a breach of j diplomatic etiquette in discuesingtreaty- matters In a Chicago newspaper His recent speech are also deemed unwise from a diplomatic standpoint Senator Linda1who has beenego 0 thought to be Improving James S McCready former mayor Indianapolis is dead aged 93 The itinerary of President Taft will made especially notable this week his meeting with President Diaz of Mexico on the border line of the two it republics The Presidents party will arrive at El Paso the meeting point Saturday and elaborate preparations have been made for ceremonies con it sistent with the international character of the occasionbGov Willson has requested Judge Alex P Humphrey Col Andrew Cow of Louisville 0 H Waddle Som erset T L Edelen Frankfort John Allen Lexington John F linger Ashland L J Crawford Newport Jero Sullivan Richmond and C U til McEIroy Bowling Green to act as a commission to prepare a redistricting bill to be submitted to the next Legis lature Judge Humphrey is named as chairmanWilliam Randolph Hearst has decided head the RepublicanFusion ticket for mayor of New York and will be officially nominated Monday Hearsts friends predict he stands ready to make another whirlwind campaign such as made in 1905 and was only defeated a small plurality Charles F Mur phy Tammany leader branded the en trance of Hearst into the mayoralty Is contest as a deal Judge Gaynor the democratic nominee declined to accept any campaign contributions and est declared he was willing to stand on his record of life work for good govern ment CHURCH MATTERS The Walnut street Baptist church Louisville celebrated its 60th anniversary Sunday Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church here at 1045 next Sunday morning Revs J G Livingston and Geo D ferco closed a meeting at Pine Grove which resulted in 10 additions Rev J Murray Taylor held a meet ng at the Blue Lick Baptist church lust beyond Boneyville which proved a- most interesting one There were 20 additionsRev G Montgomery has just closed an interesting meeting at theIChristian church at Moreland resulted in 23 additions He assisted I the pastor Rev Case The Pisgah Presbyterian church in Woodford county celebrated its 125th anniversrry Nearly 500 persons in cluding many descendants and kindred of the founders of the historic church were in attendance Rev F W Allen of Missouri a former pastor of the Christian church here will preach at the Christian church in Stanford Sunday morning Oct 24 His sermon will be the one he I will deliver at the centinnial celebration of the Christian church at Pittsburg Pa this week Rev J Murray Taylor has resigned 5 as pastor of the Baptist church here and accepted a call to the pastorate of big church in Washington City Rev Taylor who has made many friends here and is a most acceptable pastor will leave the latter part of this month for his new charge This and That R C Ford W E Cabell and W J Kinnaird have purchased from the estate of the late Col Thomas W Swope of Kansas City two lots on Cumber land avenue Middlesboro for more than 100 a foot They will build a hand some business house on the location Cholera threatens to become serious ly epidemic in Seoul The authorities are taking every precaution but Seoul is not a sanitary city and the disease has spread rapidly The palace of the former Emperor has been invaded and the home of the resident general has not been immune Today Is Columbus Day a legal holiday in New YoVk and some other States More than 1000 councils of the Order of KnlghW of Columbus in the United States Canada Mexico and the Philippine Islands embracing a membership of over 800000 men will formally celebrate the day At a mass meeting of State wlders in Nashville Saturday Prof G W Dy er of Vanderbilt University made a speech in which he predicted the pro hibition laws would be enforced if the streets of the city must run ankle deep in blood1 Prof W R Webb another noted educator said traitors in office ough to be shot A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr DrugglstQulcklAbox- of tiucklens Arnica Here a a quarterFor the love of Mosos hurry 1 liabys tarribly John nie cut Ills foot with the axe Mamies scalded Po cant walk from plles Blllio has bolls and my corns ache She got It and soon cured all the fami ly Its the greatest healer on earth Sold by Pennys Drug Stored Tho little Candy Cold Curo Tablets I I called Prevontlcs will in a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store iv MIo na is guaranteed by GIj Pen ny to cure Indigestion pr money back Relieves distressed stomach belching or gas Etoyin five minutes Large box 60c n L Wight 0m Bald Mountain 3On a lonelrnieht Alex Beotpn of Fort climbed Bald Mountain totllchome of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that had of asthma This wonderful medicine soon relieved andqulckly cured his neighbor Later cured his sons wife of a severe lung trouble Millions believe Us the greatest Throat and Lung cure on earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lungs am surely cured by Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping fOe and S1 Trill free Guaranteed by Pennys Store HOME FOR SALE I One story of rooms and nil necessary outbuildings loOt contains ono acre divided lute cow lot on which U roomy barn buggy house corn crib etc Oood garden spot This U n desirable plow beat on corner of Whltloynnd Miller streets A It HOLT70LAW Stanford Ky STOP THAT HEADACHE 1 1 East tl with hlgdgraebensJ Y Hill Main Ht HtanfordKy supply your needs nut guarantee satisfaction H also carries in tock Edison phonograph and the latest records for cash Qr on monthly installments Unltnndlotutalkt- he matter over KYE8TE8TBP FltBB Tht McKlnnty Woof Mills McKlriniy Ky now In and Is ready to serve In making Jeans Llnseys BlanketFlunuelsYarns Ktc Will either work wool or exchange good for IL High market price for wool 011 WmOIJT Pror Small Farm For Sale 1 I desire to sell privately tny farm of 5- 7ncrelln Lincoln county seven miles from Stanford and two miles from aYWoodton good road mile borhood close to churchrural route Sad mile from schoolhouse land all very pro luctlvo farm In grass balance In cultl ration all under good fence Comfortable honae of six rooms new barn and all other lutbulldlngs Abundance of fine water and Fruit or all kinds J T UVINJ n F D Mo 1 Stanford Ky A FubmTUraeSanWaxWeealGoklasrS will Gtss eta Were dcAUr- tinulhni b I IOJ6Or ttfitoftjrrla Lwiitod eta Jo better fof you tHu Iur229 E Market SI LOUISVJUE KY II Two Small Farms for Sale 1 I One containing a acres good a room dwelling rood stock barn and outbUII all under good ftoee and Very hold wel- lweteredlnero In young orchard 3 yenta old 11 acrello grata all In good state of cultivation raised 1JOO pounds tobacco nnd 1ft bushels wheat per acrQon It last yellrI Irlce J Second tract 43X acres room tenant house U foot tooacco oorllIwell watered SUacrcs under new f ance In One timber 13 acres well IurdeOne corn and tobacco land Price sun Hit uatcd 8 miles Boutli of Htanford on Hoiuvr set pike Tract Nolls on pike No t Is I mile from IIt on county road Addreuor- see me at Stanford Ky I4 C 1IKHUY Farm for Sale On Danville Hustonvllle pike of SW acres lu Lincoln county Ky U mile from More land ThIs farm wflll iIIproTedgoolwell- and cistern and abundance of stock water furnished from neverfalling springs Most of tarns In grass I desire to sell farm Hi the next 00 days together with the stock and crop the stock consisting of SI high bred Jennets 8 lack oil ages 10 brOOlII mare 4 registered l registered ucresof corn Iii or ro slacks ot hay farm Implement of cverydencrlntlon I will sell the whole outtlt or any partof and If I soil the farm without the stock I must sell not later titan o day so as to give me time to snake n salo stock Also have soodd mules from work mules down coltsYou have to see this farm to n pro elate the location and the many advantages- of this farm person from a distance desiring to see this farm can come to More land Lincoln county Ky on the Queen A Crescent route this farm beng only about c mile from station Ii U KINO Moreland Ky The State University Lexington Ky The Htate University Lexington Ky offer the following courses Agricul tural Mechanical EnglncerlngOlvll Engi Electrical Mlning- EnglneeringOlnselcalandseven Hclentltlo courses each ex over lour years and leads to a Bachelors degree also n Department of Law and a Department of Education last has been I Instead of the Normal Hchool Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work in pedagogy nnd are granted n lIach elors degree In subject when completed The Academy for preparatory Instruc lion is retained County appointee receive free tuition privilege of residence in the dormitories light traveling expenses U they re main 10 consecutive montbsorono collegiate The laboratories cud museum arelargo well equipped comprehensive anti modern Military Is fully provided for as rep quired by Congress The graduates in the several of study readily employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for last year was 1078 Eaoele withtheYoung n bind an excellent iiotno with board anti lodging In Patterson JIull which is well with all the modern conveniences bathroom hall for phIICol- cUltllreij 1 per week Allconrsrsof study ore open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to Agrlculturnl1II1ntng tion buildings afford com ious quarters for these departments which ore raplnly Increasing In tho number 67 ma trloulutes For catalogues methods of obtaining np polntments Iqformatlon regarding courses of study terms of admission apply to JAS K PATTBHHOS PliD LID Pros or to b O FBAZKK Business Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 909 B NOTICEi f r All kinds of poplar find pine ceiling drowned toague flooring mettle and oak Jesse Olarkson MoKinuey NOTICE I Lewis Lynn who war convicted of mur der In the Lincoln circuit In Jft will ask tv the governor for a pardon and nil who ob lest will the Governor and state lu writing any Ltcwta LYNN FORJ5ALEI Will sell n Clothing Shoo and Gents Fur nlshlugBtorv locaUU In the bert town In county A greet opportunity for the right man mock will Invoice about tVU Address M Jciuo Inturlor Journal mini tort MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No BO Ft A M will meet In stated commimlctttlotiou each llret und third Monday nights of each mouth nt TWO oclock In hall on main strwet Stan ford Ky Members of slstvr lodjtes are fra ternally invited to fro present W Pen ningtunbeS CARTER Now Livery Dopot Stroot Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE 1 nnllihave moved our produce hide IWe buelncss from Myers stable to our recently purchased of Uarlond Iln- leton two doors from We itlll nycneh for 0111 kinds of country produce LAMP A liociiAXAX Stanford HI NOTICEI The Farmers brug Co of Lawrcnceburg has placed Eureka Tonic on sale at Ih Man lers Orab Orchard and J n Horton Htan ord This tonic 1s to be taken In a half wIno to a wineglass full three times A day tls d by the bost physicians In the State lonranteed to cure stomach- Iver and kidney troubles Will be sold on the streets here next county court day Oct llby their salesman Dr It JUnssddy SalE of Blue Grass Farm I As executors of T J Robinson wa will on WEDNESDAY OCT SO IW9 nt about 9 P M In front of the National tank In Iliistonrltlo Ky onr for sale at pUblic outcry the farm of about Itt acres ilioutj miles from Hustonvllle In Lincoln ounty near Manville turnpike Pro + pec will be shown over the ItEuueulanivlll be announced on day of MRS M U UOIIINHOM A J II IAITOX Kx rs Rheumatism I hail found a tried aa4 tested care for Bhp- ntfiinl G Not a remedy tint will I 1rrowtha 1WIimuttdlI lohlch Dr Saeops Ruts mid WM and prfted d r dablt pmerlptlaa WIUuxn tat last 11IIt I tnr anal nan= cases oi Rbwimstlsm Maatlaura all euimUU sues of such dmdsd disease Thou ssadUks irsjwtei 11lrand then when UMIpaw from the Irpaa and the Uumatlsa Is no tonrsr Then U now BO eal need actual UCOM te suffsr lootsr wlth rotUlp 1 ae11 and la osnfld Be i oomms il Dr Shoops Rheumatic Remedy PENNYS DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE I will sell nt public sale to the highest bid tar n HATtTHDAYOOTaH09 bout eCOncresot land 1ln In nockcnstlo ounty Ky adjoining the Madison county moon the North and bordering on the L A N railroad K intlo from nouns station and hreo miles Houth of Ilerea Oollrlll- lThlslllnd Is In a good neighborhood close 01 lid churcb It Ian I dl IllIrclsllboUUOlicruI111111tI lout 390 acres lying on the Southwest side of the Ucrva FlnttJan Hound Htonecoun y road and about 610 acres lying on tin- orthenst side of said road The three par of laid will be offered an- tbenanwhole This land lit unimproved small box house Has a line youu rowtb of white oak some hickory fopln- rod pine There Is about IfO to bd acres level land with everlasting water and cnn be made a One ranch for sheep and cattle The sale will be Uladon the osnpar the box houseone milD from Boone Hlnllon T One halt cash when deed Is made theremalnderintwoequal payutents with 8 per cent Intercut till notes with Rood surety sad Ida retained on tho land Title For goodIW 1 who lives near the farm will show anyone over It who wishes to look at same before the day of sale Hale to begin at 11 A n A W TITHH Ky W P Prewltt Auot Borea k- yPOSTEDn We whose names appear beldw strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tres lasslng on our places will prosecute vl ilatprs to the full extent of the law Miss Maitle Howe Itelcbonbach Bros Fred neumann A T Traylor LllbnrnOooch NH flumnier Will Hester U U Nunnolley J W Uaugbraan J W Peck 3T Bruce David Steven John Camenlach WmOordler Dan M D Klmore Ootllb OllckVred Handorf JJThompson BMtndenon- J F Moaer Mr and Mrs Jas II Eadl A Klbasa Mrs N J Horton JJ Elliott Mrs Coo Logan W It Dauffhcrty Frank Oordler HOT Fattier Leo Dr 00 Perry IlWOalnes H II Haugbman Uriah Albright ADJtoot Mrs Margaret Ooocb Jacob lander leo O Olvenl W H Trnylor Main Roberts John Jufur Amend Bclmefer M J Ilofmann- K T Bcazley A It Mntheny L H Darner Mrs J B Owsluy- Mi J Morgan 11 L Fngaley HT Harris It O WatJdnl JqJIundloy H HOrow Mrs Nannie flood U K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton llouecker WrM Ul hon Fred VouGruenlgan T L Mrs Kate Ador Nlo Glutz yMrs Rebecca nOarpenter W Kopats JV Moser John H Lee D Ktvlers Christian Jacob Toni Ferrill W W Pitman Fred Poyk t l JBsy Ee CN ll4 j 1 No man can work or think with wet or hurt feet We have a few Shoes that are Dry Easy and Dressy You have to come to usr for them No one else can furnish them The WALKOVER nGis the best and most extensively advertised Shoe in the world today in patent leather kid and heavy threesole blizzard calf at 350 4 and 5 HOCK ER BOOTEE a genuine calf skin leather lined from top to toe at 500 It a 71 i f U J McROBJSRTS I STANFORD KENTUCKY G L Penny II II CoRe K n Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP TRY OUR Talcum Ppwilcn Spongca BalhIlruiilict Toilet and Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY Our Ice Coltl Soda Water with Jersey Cream and Fine Fruit Flavors PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky r Si iiiiu BUY rr The Improved Su I r p Fier Grain Dri11s foam W If lIGGINS Stanford Kentucky tom RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Makfc your bomo as modern for your family ns a city residence and place in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can got for a gum that Is small compared with tho benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Terin for information regarding our special Par more Line raio If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately intercet you Our lines cover the Stat of Kentucky 1V 1eanelsco biieeleslppi Louisiana and thin Solitllcrn Portion of Ia iana and Illlnoia EAST TENNESSEE TEL iEEL pO IKCOBPOKATED N ri Iu IfIIIfttII fl r t I t t pJ 7 ft 7PJa n l L 5 gr tJr i 1 1 it tl 1 t t I 11I ef 4 d the dates QJE our SUIT and SKIRT Display showing a makers entire line High Grade Goods and Workman ir uJt ship Come and have a Suit or Skirt made for you and to fit you too Prices 15 to 4000 v 7 y i 4 t it t i t f sEy2J4rCE ot1 SONi STA1TFORD KY I4 l- i Jthe Interior Journal ftJ BrANFORD Ky Orr 12 1900 I ISrzCIAL Joanot AralO cent clKar wo t 1 Saturdays and Sundays only 5 cents straight Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS JAMES BRADY clerking for S Guld teln r Miss LIIUE MARTIN U with Somer Pot relatives tMR STAMP TUHPIN went to Lexing ion Saturday PROF J C CREEK of Danville woe hero Saturday DR C A Cox of Jimesboro Tenn was hero last week MR D C ALLEN Is very III at his near llustonville WestMRSEnd vlilted friends hero MRS W U OBANNON visited Mrs W T West at Lancaster MR ErB DENIIAM left Saturday for business trip to the mountains I alla MRS BBTTIB CALDWKLL U with rcla tlverln the Wayneabunc section MRS D J RIOSBY of the East End who has been very 111 Is Improving HON GEO Eo STONE of Danville p was here on legal business last week i A SON has arrived at the homo of Mr Geo SpoonamoreGeo O JrIt and Mrs MRS S M SAUFLEY and son Shelton M Jr returned to Frankfort Fri dayMn JAMBS PyiLUPS has gone Jackson Mich to look at n concret- machine JUDGB GEORGE M DAVISON Is back from Pctoikcy Mich much Improved In health Mil AND MUS DEN U MCUODERTS of Terhune Ind are vUHinR relatives In this and Boyle county MISSES ETHEL AND SALVE MAY SEARS of Louisville are with Misses Jennie and Martha Wren MRS MARY ADAMS returned Frida from a visit to her daughter Mrs I W Keenon at Harnxlibure f J MR JONES BAUOHMAN and wife of the West End spent Sunday with Mr 4 f M S Daughman and family MR E P OWSLEY Is up from Co lumbus Ga to Ice his father Dr J B Owsloy who continues ill DR G G PERRY and family have tot ken rooms over W H Htoins storo and are comfortably domiciled MR AND MRS S H ALORIDGE ot Hyattavllle are spending a few days with Mr and Mrs Wm Stone Miss MATTIE MCCLARY left Saturday for Indianapolis whero she will again teach In the School for the Deaf MESDAMES MATTIB AND J BNEVioa spent a few days with tho formers daughter Mrs J E Buck at Gilbert CreekMRS S J TATBM the Crab Orchard milliner was In tho cities last week buying fall and winter readyto wear hats etc DR AND MRS W R CUNDIFF have moved from Somerset to Worley Whitley county where tho doctor has been engaged as mine surgeon MESSRS HENRY WELLS and George 00 rLyne of Crab Orchard left Monday as delegates to the Grand Lodge meeting of Odd Fellows S II Good the tie inspector fo the New York Central lines Is at home after a irlp to Cleveland and other L northern citiesSomerset Times MR GIDBS whoso home is in Buffalo but who jma been In business in the Philippines for some lime is the gueat of Miss Melle Hopper at Hustonvllle MRS S D BARTLEY very elegantly entertained at a card party Friday afternoon About 20 couples were present and thoroughly enjoyed the occasion MBBSRS G T BALLARD J E RobI- nson Steve Carrier A D Ford T I Robinson C At Robinson J Or Bogle T A Elkin Carlton Elkin and others were herefrom Garrard yester day MRS WILL PETTUS and children wh have been visiting L At Pettus an family havo returned to their homo at Wilmore R il Pettus was in Green wood Monday and ITucsday Somerset Journal JUDGE M C SAUFLEY left Saturday forru Isa Okla whero he will represent the administrator of the late Lewis Y Leayell ot Garrard in a big land suit He wasaccompanled by Attor ney L L Walker ofLaricaster U S McKINNEY of Cincinnati was hero yesterday 4 Miss JENNIE NKWLAND visited in Lexington Saturday MisqLVCY TRIBLE of Hopklnsvllle is willMrs W P Logan s 5 i ROBERT ROOT of WJIrnot Kansas is with his parents Mr ari rs A D Root jBORN to the wife of W H Cum mins Jr of tho Preachersvllle section a son William Henry DR L F JONES has moved from Maywood to Crah Orchard and will practice medicine there MRS NELLIE BRADY and children have moved to Louisville much to the regret of their many friends and rein tives hero MR BRYAN CARPENTER and bride havo located at New Decatur Ala where ho has bought an Interest In n big furniture factory J T Goocil son of Mr nnd Mrs T W Gooch left yesterday for Cleveland Ohio where he will spend tho winter with his sister Mrs F H Dmz and attend school DR M M PHILLIPS has returned from Chicago and formed a partnership with Dr E J Brown They both office Intho Dr J B Owsley building Wo are glad to have Dr Phillips locate with us- OLD LOCALS papers for sale This office AiD ELMORE beautifying his storehouses on Main street with a coat of paint Hayseat tho Stanford Garage best to be found F M homes our thanks for a squash big enough to do our fitfUlly all wither o THE L N will run another 175 excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Stanford depot at 5 A u F M LONG bought of Tim W Hutch Terryt1600 A ma crowd attended court yesterday and business generally was good It was about its sober a crowd as evcr gathered here +Dn E J DROWN of this place made a handsome contribution to the good rood fund of Rockcastle county says thoMt Vernon Signal CHIEF POLIO D CARTER nr rested and took to Fort Thomas Sunday James Hooker a deserter Tho officer found hinrin the Ottenhelm section Ih C Goocil of police farce or Somerset now but an old Lincoln coun ty boy Is a candidate for chief of po lice of that city Wo hope bn will win 1 WE havo on hands all of tho latest Fall and Winter styles in millinery and notions Call and see them before you buy Miss Cora Lipps and sister blue tonville Ky 0 SUNDAYS Courier Journal contained a fairly good picture of Stanford crack base ball team which played 13 games this year and won that unlucky number of them 0 countyrthat splendid democrat and clever gentleman Mr W Logan Wood their campaign chairman MR J II HAYS one of Rockcastles boat citizens is dead In the Wlldie section aged CO He suffered a stroke of paralysis a month ago and had been in declining health since PEYTON George Peyton 18year old son of D H C Peyton of More land died of typhoid fever and was burled at Hustonvillo Friday Ho was a good boy and was liked by everybody 1 DROPPED DRADJ0gephAdams an exUnion soldier of the East End dropped dead whilo visiting at Livingston and Ord MR JOHN LEB ELKIN has taken charge of the Clemens House at Danville and his Lincoln county friends should remember tho fact when they go to Little Britain Mr T P Embry writes us that he Is setting a fine table and that his guests are greatly pleased with their host Mr add Mrs Elkin have recently removed to Danville from Versailles C ABSOLUTELY nothing was dono in the county court yesterday Cotta to the suIt show Friday Oct 15th Severance Son I HAVE one room for rent In Craig property Mrs Catherine McClary A MUCH needed fell Sunday Not enough but twill help out greatly IIEATINq and cooking stoves at prices you can not afford to pass over G D Hopper 0 SPECIAL display of suits and skirts Wednesday Let us make one to fit you Severance Son 6 OUR carbonator has come and we aro now prepared to make all kinds of fresh drinks Shugars Tanner I FOR RENTFour room cottage with four acres of ground In good portion of Stanford Ed Hubbard Stanford COME in and let us show you the 100 Davenport that we will give away on Jan lIt 1910 Cummins Wearen J D Solewill haVe a sale of horses mules brood mares etc on Friday Oct 22 Seo ad next issue r 0 DR W B oNIsbuilding a cottage on Lancaster street Mr Joe Lynn B Coffey and family willoccupy I to 1 MR J B CAMENISCH our clever milk man has named his business Standing Fort Dairy a very appro driato rognomena FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Logan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds Tilt L N agencyhere broko the record on business in September doing 1000 more than in any other month on record Give us a new depot 6 I THE Somerset whisky men say they did not get a fair deal In the selection of officers for the election on the whisky question there and are as mndas hor- I nets Probably they expected too much HON HARVEY HELM of Lincoln we aro sure will seek a reendorsement His efficient public service and large acquaintance In the district will secure for Win nn advantage worth consider ing Lancaster Record O PALL at Mrs 8 J Tatema millinery store in Crab Orchard and see her beautiful now Fall and Winter bats bonnets notions etc Most complete line ever shown in the East End and prices lower than anybodys 0 FINED Anderson Carr Jr was fined 100 and given 10 days in jail for having whisky in his possession arid a similar amount for carrying concealed I a deadly weapon Edmond Lillard was lined 100 and 10 days for selling booze Jeff Bryant who was charged with selling whisky and acquitted was or dered to jail to servo out 218 days of an old fine Possum Rout who has been selling whisky promised to leave town if given the opportunity and Judge Tribble told him to go All aro colored TUB Annual 0 ofthe Womens Missionary Conference Auxiliary to tho South District Association w lj beheld at the Baptist church in Stafford on Thursday next 14th Mrs James F Holdam will deliver the welcom ad dress and Mrs Morgan of Harrods burg will respond Mrs J C McCla ry Is down for a paper Others who will take part aro Mrs James of Har rodaburg Mrs Roddy of Harrodsburg Mrs GUI Miss Edna vyibonikLpuuyfle and Dr Gill of Danville The meeting will consume tho entire day and anr in teresting program will be rendered Societies of other churches are cordial ly invited BURNSIDE suffered a fearful fire Fri day morning nearly wiping out the business portion of that picturesque lit tie city It originated in the rear of M E Prultta store and his building and stock of goods wero destroyed entailing a loss of about 7000 McDan hisIare Cloyd Co general store 6000 George M Cooper grocery and dry goods 3000 Kelsays drug store 7000 Goldens office 5000 i postofllce 6000r N I Taylor two buildings 2000 The loss is about one third covered by insurance The SOriI erset fire department Wt to the scene and helped subdue the jfemea iI I SCHOOL shoes at Severance ft Sons lION B B KING will sell hla splen did farm at Moreland at auction on Wednesday Oct 27 He will also dis pose of some fine stock See ad IN a drawing contest conducted by the Chester Park Amusement Co Cin cinnati Mrs Nealy Stone of this place drew a lot at Long Island N IIShe Is undecided as to what sho will do with it- The r Baptist church at Keene Ky i in trouble or rather one of its mem bend is in trouble and he wroto to the Attorney General for an opinion that he thought might help him According to the letter to Judge James Breathltt the Baptist church adopted a rulo that any member of the church who was ab sent without cause for three consec utive Sundays was liable to fine and die missal from church membership The man who wrote the letter wanted to know whether this was legal or not The letter was referred to Judge Blak ey Assistant Attorney General and he dug iqto the law Ho could find only one case bearing on the subject and that case held that the majority of the Baptist church had the power to gov ern and seemed always to have govern ed wisely So Judge Blakey decided that so far as he could seo the Baptist church at Keene had the right to fine andexpel its members The Road To Success has many obstructions but none so desperate as health Success to day demands health but Electric Bit tern Is the greatest health builder tho world has ever known It compels perfect action of stomach neys bowels puritles nnl enricbesthe blood and tones and Invigorates the whole system Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use You cant afford to slight Electric Bitters If weak rundown or sickly Only 50c Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store FOR RENT For rent for 1810 with privilege of sewing M acres In wheat thin and planting corn and tobacco next Hprlnjr Will runt for part of crop V M MUAPIt- r1yaynesburgKy FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elacwhere I will sell privately tuy farm At IIlRhUna ol40 acres more or less Improvements good storu house on place good barn good orcb nrdwell watered JJI HKKHI- TVuyneiburg Ky NOTICE Inturo your Tobacco nnd Tobacco Itnrnn In the en End Insurance Agency Get your policies written right Inn good compa ny liT- W J CAM riiicM H jut onvllleKy Creditors Notice I All creditor of the Huntington Produce A Feed Huntington W Va are hercbT notlned to present their claim nolnt said concern properly proven as withineelattheirQ un1s from ue date hereof LOVKTT EVANS Aulgneeei I Dated at Burndde Ky Hcptao itosi PU BLIC SALE I 1 ndmlnlitratrlx of John I1 Hubble I will nt hIs Into residence near Turnersvlllu Ky on FRiDAY OCT S 1J09 ntluJOr M tell nt public auction to the highest and last bidder tome nice brood mare two line colts byHcudderi 1eavlne a good milk cow 0 stacks ol good hay n mowing machine plowf and other farming implements ul ou lot of harness and other tblngv too nunicroiu to mention Terms made known on day of tale MliHyAHNIK HUBUfcKAdmx plendid Farm At 1 Auction 1 241 acres land well located fairly well Im proved In high state ofculllvatlonmostall n grass nn abundance of good stock water furnished Irotn never falling springs about 800 barrels corn JOodd stacks of hay farm privately will bo offered publicly at not my sine Wednesday Oct+ 27 1909 To thole nt a UUtanco will Ear that this farm U located at iloreliind station Lincoln Ky on the J gtXMi hotel ncconimodatloni nt bforeland This Is n clodlnR out uilo of farm stock and crop Four Jonnet suckling colts Y 2 year oid Jen nets a l ycnr aged Jennets 12 Jennets from 4to6yearold 4 two year old yuar old nck3 suckling D brood morn mule inure registered- thoroughbred mare I registered standard bred trotting mare 1 two ye nr old Illly 1 lyear old registered standard bred trotting Illly 1 a year Id standard bred registered trotting horse 2pnIp 4 year old work mules 2 pair 3 year oldwotk mutes I pair 1 year old horse mules 1 extra good walking horse TbU small herd of Jacks and Jenn tsAio or tilt very last stock In Ken tucky nnd this It an opportunity for n man to get some foundation stock to start on All these leaflets that have been tiled are breeders and there are two extra goodjenuetAuks In lot offered The solo will commence at tl oclock o M onOct K UBOW H s BrnXINOMorolAndKr t L E Hughes T W Humble W 0 Mtrtt I NBW DRESS TRIMMIIW- ehave just received new line of tbo newest and prettiest drees trimmings you Lao ever seen in shake width and ma inexpensiveOurin both bright nnd dull finish anda variety of shapes We have a now lot of band trimmings in all the new shades the rat tail and soutache braids and buttons to match in alsoIsizes and colors It is almost impossible to picture fpr you beauties of our stock we shall have to ask you to come to them for no mere description can do them justice They are now ready or you and we will take much pleasure in showing them and guarantee prices reasonable HUGHES MARTIN COs i t Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Cataloguetree S Write today and get a copy of Our Beautiful New 9GPngo Fall Cata logue which shows a handsome assortment of t Carpetst Rugsyr r 1 CurtainsMII I Linoleums4 a i H Sttk Illustrated in natural colors and half tones Quality considered wo will save you money W C LUTKEMEIER Frankfort Ky Established 1876 AIiiVVVVVVk1VVVVVV4VVVVVVVViNtdVVVV IIIICapital 15000 Surplus OX Profits 2500 il Resources Over 60000IDirectors B I Dr A K Caldwell IL Curtis C 0 Oooch HH Singleton f HayesMI Officers L G Goocn President M E Whcoldon Jas A Hayes V 2s Presidents Stanley McIntosh Cashier z The officers of this bank extend cordial Invitation for your lluReLor4W e II T fit t in I e10 t n 6 The Colleo with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For the next 30 days we will give Fivo Pounds Coffee nt 35c 175 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Pot nt 8160 1 50 325 ot For thirty dayayou save 81 25 GIVE IT A TRIALj 1f EQRGE H FARRIS Stanford 4I f 4 The Interior Journal Jtnteredintlte PottOffice al Stanford a ncond datt matter L C N TIME THBL No 21 Month 11M r K No3HouUinaiAH NoJ4North4WA M No it North 527 r JC No Yt1017 AxNo M SM PM JOS S RICE Agont AS PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY I Office over McRobcrta Drug Store in the Owaley Building FARM FOR SALE I r The farm of 110 acres of Rood Wuo grailI land lying one mile North of MdKInneyon the Htanford pike Improvements Mid fencing good of water fruit 1 Also 1 acres of timbered land one mile Knot of half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco rind Nee grow ng crop A OIV FNR Altont McKinney Ky Fall and Winter Stock Have your measure taken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothes wbethera low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will alto take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests top coots and overcoats Fall and Winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO nUPLEY The Tailor Stanford CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest otcut flowers plants of nil kinds bulbs flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths purposesIn above I have nil kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prices OHRIBTMAN OREEN HOUSES KD HuniiAHD 1Bon r Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco r ti Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone M Office S3 Insure with mo and bo fullyIprotected PUBLIC SALE I Having decided to move to town I will on- t TUESDAY OCT H11W sell to the highest bidder my farm situated pikeitIng necessary outbuildings and well watered Immediate possession I will also sell Kcood work male1 work horse 1 Oolddust harness horse 1 8yenrold harness horse 2 100pound steers I farm wagon 1 buggy b good all now l IIsc harrow l binderl mow TI wheat drill 2 riding cultivators n sets harnois 30 bushel onions 1 range A lot of oldtime furniture and my entire lot of household goods Also slot of corn Terms made known on day of unit Male will be gin at IDA M W P IloniNKOX Stanford K- yINSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything r Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount J LBeazleyCo UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture 1willall Kinla of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right BTtffFORD KENTUCKY J C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY OfsePhoae167 Uome Pbcne 6 4 FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE26 yearling mules Henry C Anderson Stanford Sidney Dunbar bought 26mule colts at an average of 6450 35EHenry Anderson bougut of Mrs E C Walton two 140pound sows at 7c FOR SALE30 good 1050pound feeders G A Swinebroad near Hubble Stables recently erected at the Fal mouth Fair Grounds were destroyed by fire J D Whitehouse of Marion sold here yesterday 27 800 pound cattle at Sic FOR SALESeed barley and homegrown timothy seed B W Givens Hubble K L Tanner sold to J A Robinson yesterday a pair of fouryearold mules 320We 35 or 40 No1 feeding hogs for sale at once Lutes Co Huston ville Ky W II Boone has bought of Frank Robinson the Tol Douglas farm near MaywoodW Evans the well knewn train er and driver of trotting horses Is dead LexingtonT Price of Garrard sold 40 feeding cattle to W S Bcazley of Fayette at 460 J J Faulconberry sold to Brown of Mercer county a threeyearold mare mule for 15260 Lutes Co sold here yesterday 33 cattle at 31 to 4c They were a mixed lot of short and long yearlings ESTRAYDark sorrel yearling mule left court day Will pay reward for return E T Beazley Stanford No4 South Trimble of Franklin county sold to Baker Bros a pair of fouryear old mules for 500 says the Frankfort News hogsIears Pence Night riders burned Edward John sons barn and 15000 pounds of tobacco in Bracken county He had not gone into the pool The Advocate is authority for the statement there are 3000 acres of tobacco in Casey county or three times as much as Boyle has M C Rankin commissioner of agri culture has issued an address to the farmers of Kentucky urging them to pool their tobacco crops Long Marshall real estate agents of Shelbyville bought a farm of 214 acres in Shelby county five years ago at 100 and have just sold it at 205 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 28 I WILL sell at Foxs stable Danville next county court dav Monday Oct 18 a lot of fine colts two and three years old by Dorsey Golddust Lincoln Chief Mimic Wilkes and Paragon F ReidDr W M Elliott bought of Mrs R A McGrath her house and 59 acres of land adjoining Bryantsville for 5700 George M Patterson bought the lot where the picture show stands from Romans and Elmore for 1200 He has been granted a permit by the City Council to erect a brick front building with metal sides and roof Lancaster RecordMr S Carpenter of Hustonville owner of the great Dignity Dare was here yesterday He says his horse made a splendid season and is in fine shape for the winter He has another good horse in Silver Dare This fine fouryearold made the past season at Bogue Smiths in Rockcastle and was sent home in ship shape Mr Carpen ter is much pleased with the way Mr Smith cared for his horse Silver Daro promises to rival his great sire Dignity Dare as a model Kentucky stallion STANFORD COURTThero were about 1400 cattle at Nunnelleys new pens yesterday and the greater portion of them changed hands Prices ranged from 3 to 4Jc It was the biggest cat tie day seen in Stanford In years and the buyers and sellers were greatly pleased with the new pens Mr L M NunnelleyIabout 200 cattle J M Roberts of Pulaski sold 50 at 335 to 4c S G Brown sold 29 at 31 to 4c Lots of mule colts were sold at 50 to 90 The horse market was quiet Money Comes in Bunches- To A A Chisolm of Treadwell N Y now Ills reason is well worth readingIIFor a long time I Buffered from Indigestion torpid Hvor consti patton nervousness and general de billty he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grow weaker every day In spite of all medi cal treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restoredall my old time health and vigor Now I can attend to bui lnes every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves 50c at Pennys Drug Store I Inthtr carpenterIs NEW METHODIST CHURCH A T HIGHLAND HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AN- DThe Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic la all things fair In all things clean In all things It Is essentially fsmll paper fly special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLY COUBIKROUUNAL one rear and this paper for the price named bore Send your subscription fur the combination to usnot U the OnarlirJourna Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro eerie and Hardware n goal boil nets will involcu about VfM Henson III health OEO n HOPPER Stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE 1 with to sell privately my farm of Macros at Jumbo Lincoln Couqty Ky four tulle Y from McKlnney on It Rood Kkroom dwelling good barn cellar spring house line water etc Land Is In high state of cul tivation Also have four other small farms for sale All well Improved Terms ands factory POHIllLKStanford ElIn F D No S C B FRUITT Moreland Kentucky New Fall Line Millinery now in Also Kew Furniture coming in al most daily G B PRUITT Moreland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In anti Manufacturer or Marble and Granito Monuments Markers and Iosts Cemetery and lAwn Vine and settees unic works Mc Kinney Ky Your New Suit I Its HO easy to blow about onoj self in print and stretch the truth too to- tho snapping point that tho cold truth doesnt get a whole otof Hearing i the ordinary newspaper ad The tendency is to yell which soonjrows tiresome We talk in ordinary tones Thus New Suits were showing SIL80 15 anti 1850 arc as chuck full o style as an egg is of meat The best ones are Pile of Style make Thats your guarantee nud ours i W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Lexington TrotsO- CTm5TOICTHE GREATEST IN THE WORLD STAKES 85000 PURSES 21000 FUTURITY Tuesday Oct 5 3000 TENNESSEE Tuesday Oct 5 5000 TRANSYLVANIAThursday Oct 7 3000 CUP STAKE Monday Oct 11 GREAT 203 PACE f Friday Oct 9 5000 TROTTING HANDICAP Thursday Oct 14 Other Sensational Races Daily Webers Prize Bandof America BLANCHE BERNDTMEHAFFEY SopranoSoloist IN DAILYCONCERTS ONE FARE ON RAILROADS S d We ate now ready to ehowyou one of tho best lines of Men Youths and Children Clothe over shown the people for the lowest prices Also n now and up tu data line of Overcoats and Cmvuucttca from 750 to b20 0001valets Conic in and let us show you Am sure you will be pleased wifh this line SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY r Watch this Space Next Issue I H B SOAR T1 COTT Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of ScrapIIron and Rubber H B NORTHCOTT Stanford a i OR SALE tttoek Dry ncwxli Xolloin Groceries llurdwart rlnwarte about Silu Ito ling lair badness lllirntl terms n IIAUUIHiriiUOrolmrU Ky J J BELDEN For House and cixrringeluiiiiinK nml Trim ming leper lliintfliiKuuu und Ihrntr Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I nm prepared todo all kinds of survvylna anti civil engineering promptly My work will Lu gunrnntrtxl and my prices lire ran sonablu me nt MuKlnnoy or cell ma over the teluphunothroughtin Ituitonvllla I xch llo WA I TKtl McJU- NNEYCONCRETING WO nrnin position to 110 nil kinds of cons cretin such us Wurk 1ikvomenti end In tact wo can nuke any thing trout r house down to n fence last Wo con servo pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky J FINE COUNTY A fine bluo grnis farm for wii situated on Ikolnr Ixnvpjl and six miles south of Lancaster coiitiilniuit W i nvros i well located In food lielghUirhood lielng part of tIlt John Valkrrtnmtwith alnad some new twontory svvenronin residence th rt oiiwltliiilln cotiirvoutl ullllnRsand good new turn Kixto Well watered six never falling springs and creek running through TERMS W cash In hand balance onandtwo years from day of sale Lvnrlng six per cent Intnrcst until pall orseetOYALRYMStnnlord ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE My mane Blue bluegrnt farm alit tulle West of Hustonvllle om mile from pike and Oarpenters Hthtlon consisting acres of rich hemp or tobacco land all In grass Tfll farm can IK equal ly divided to advantage so as to have n good DWELLING HOUSE on each pitcol also nil necessary outbuild Tho farm lays nlmo t In n square only ono angle in lines There are Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables one tenant house good water in every field ixlasting s ring with three streams run nlng through whole tract J Steele CarpenterII CatONTILLIt KT S IS REWARD 1 i annoyanceand lroIIIICIIIthrough my farm I have concluded to offer f 1 1 theconvictiontutormatlun brokentheKatlonMillelgevilloturnpike Ireluigtolnrties who In the future conmtlt tuy ottheabove 01T11111 Augustlair t L irow trA1t1loI i4- IHnirtu f m IcatroTrJUtv13t+ axG i l LouiniileWnltluthanGOtJ i l irjisn Wcfurmhxrolbagstret 829 E M Market SONSuuuco SL LOUISVILLE KY f fie s Dinwiddie Co1 Hustonville Kyi t- I Undertakers andrtEmbalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods y