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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 12, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909101201_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 12, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Interior Journal. fOL. XXXVII. STANFORD, KY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1909. c n, h MO. 65. 1 l To The Democrats of the Crab OrchNEWS NOTES. Oldest Brick House In Kentucky. IK NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. ard District. Hurley Robinson, who assassinated Ira G. Rawn, vice president of tin A Scott county woman, who recently Illinois Central, has been chosen presi In Al McltobcrU In Uoyle, was held withIn accepting tho nomination for magvisited Crab Orchard Springs, sends out ball. dent of thu Monon. istrate of this district tendered me by thn following: Alex Wcbb,,who assassinated Hiram Saturday will be "Bryan day" at tho tho county committee, I wish to say to Situated on a promlncnco In Lincoln Exposition and tho voters of the district that this nomcounty, with Muldoso Mountains in the Mason in Dell county, was given a life W. J. Hrynn will speak. ination was not of my seeking, that distance, Is snld to bo tho oldest brick sentencs. Ed Clutz, of Pittsburg, was killed by Los Angeles Is preparing to spend many of my neighbors, voters of this houso In Kentucky, having been built between the years 1783 and 1790 by Col. falling slato In tho Ida May coal mines $23,000,000 to pipe pure water from the precinct, earnestly besought of me the mountains 223 miles away. uso of my namo as a candidato in this William Whitley, tho grandfather of near Heatlyvllle. Ty Cobb, the baso ball player, will Seventeen persons were killed nnd connection, and I very reluctantly conIn Mrs. Mary Moore, of Georgetown. the front room, then known as thu visit his old friend, Charles Crawford, 10 were severely injured in a collision sented. Having filled tho office of magon the Santa Fu near Topekn. "big" room, Col. Whitley met with and in Danville, this week. istrate in this district for one term in J C. Fickcy, whose only claim to tho '80s, I am fully aware of the imentertained the Indians when making a Tho barn belonging to John McKce, treaty with them regarding tho capture near Somerset, burned and two valua- fame rested in tho fact that ho shaved portance nnd responsibilities of the ofAbraham Lincoln, is dead at lilooniing-to- fice. 1 do not think the voters of this of whlto womon and children. In this ble mules wcro cremated. III. sol John II. Gilmorc. an game room on tho high mantle ore 13 of county fully realize the importance Trouble over a dng caused Joe Smith securing competent men for this very stars, representing tho 13 States then dier, is dead at Somerset. His wife to kill Jack Irwiri in Hardin county. responsible position. In tho Union, Kentucky at that tlmo died only a few months ago. Arnold Simmons, of Richmond, a mid Tho men mot on the roadside nnd be Do you realize that at the November being a portion of Virginia. Tho woodand on tho shipman at tho Naval Academy, An gan quarreling. work Is all election you will be called upon to seThe will of tho late Col. Thomas H. lect four men as magistrates of the stairway Is carved at each stcpancaglo napolis, will bo dropped from tho rolls Swopo was probated at Kansas City. county who will have full control of the with an olivo branch in its Its mouth. on account of deficiency. Tho storo-rooof J. P. Kclsay, the The bulk of tho estate goes to relatives, fiscal affairs of tho county and who wilt The attic, qulto a low structure, was win- Somerset druggist, was broken Into those living in Kentucky being handhave the authority to levy your tax for the ballroom and from the small county purposes, who have control of dows at each end, It is told, tho whites Saturday night and about $25 worth of somely remembered. Frederick Schlicman and Carlo Giro all the county property, who make the fired on the Indians when with hostile morphine, cocaine and other "dopes" were sentenced to execution at Sing appropriations for your turnpikes and intentions they were around the prem- taken. E. II. Ould and It. N. Prico are pre- Sing during tho week beginning No county roads, who mako settlements ises. Thn hrlrk of which tlio house was paring to erect a handsome hotel at vember 15, for tho murder of Mrs. So with your sheriff and other county offi place phia Staber, in New York. cers? It seems to me that it would be built were burned near by and In dia- Cumberland Gap. That historic Frightened at a large rat that ran to your interest as to place shape are placed glaxed brick to will be turned into a summer and health mond under her feet, Gracu Field, aged IS, of men that are competent and qualified add to tho qualntncss of tho structure. resort. says Evansville, Ind.. leaped upon a chair. to discharge A dispatch from Williamsburg "It is said a farm was paid for tho brick the responsible duties in qulto n number of barrels of whisky that a gun exploded in the hands oi a In her excitement she fell off tho chair, these places. If sou think I am the and and that tho broke her arm and was badly injured man to represent you in this district, was given to build the house. The young man near thero vote for me and if elected I will repre chimney in one room is 12 feet wide, load struck two of his younger brothers, internally. wounding them. Tho dedication of tho monument to sent the interest of the and the walls of the houso being two feet seriously Parle Parker, a Rockcastle county tho heroes of King's Mountain, which county alike to tho best of my ability. with thick. The doora are two-pl- y was to have occurred at Fort Watauga, This being one of the most responsible metal between to Insure safety from strumpet, throw her child in a corn field and skipped out. near Johnson City, Tenn., was post and also the poorest paying oflico in the the enemy. child has been placed in a good poned on account of the incompletion countv. I think the office should seek The farm contains 130 acres, now The mvnni hv Mn. Sallie Pennington, who fatijlly but the unnatural mother has of the monument. tho man and not the man the office located. Detroit won an easy victory from Consequently I shall make no scramble takes pleasuro in showing strangers not been During a hard thunder storm Sunday Pittsburg In the second game of the se- or personal canvass for the place. It is through thu cntlro houso and gives them Main Jellico ries of the world's baseball championup to vou to make your selections. If affable way what information tho commissary of tho In her and much lov- Mountain Coal Company, located at ship, the contest resulting in a scoro of you want mo I will serve you. If you she can about her quaint Kensee, Ave miles north of JolIIcp, wul 7 tu 2 In favor of Detroit. Each club prefer my opponent, vote for him and ed home. Georgetown Times. struck by lightning and burned to the has won one game and have five more I will not fall out with you by any The JfsOOO Handicaps at Lexing- ground. Tho stock of goods, valued at to play. means. Very truly yours. Mrs. Lucy Alexnder, widow of II. ton. A novelty In racing which should $20,000, was destroyed. R. H. Bronaugii. seen on A. Alexander, died suddenly at her draw the largest crowds ever MATRIMONIAL. home near Versailles, of nngina pecthe Lexington track will be the two The County Meeting. She was beloved throughout toris. rich handicap, worth $5,000 each, to Tho Ohio courts divorced G,03t County Meeting of The be raced tho second week of Kentucky's KENTUCKY. couples during tho year ending Woodford county for her philanthropic tho Christian church of Lincoln County The Hlue work. Her latest gift was $15,000 to Great Trots of Oct. J unu 30, according to information filed will be held with the McKinney Church Grass Handicap for pacers is set for with the Secretary of Stato by tho pro- tho Versailles hospital. Tho Kentucky Coal Mining Co., which on the fourth Saturday in October, Tuesday, Oct. 12 Tho distance is a bata courtM of the State. gone 23rd. All churches in the county aro mile and a half, and 210 and slower Dr. Edward O. Guerrant and Mrs. had operated nearOwonsboro, has inllo and half in urged to send delegates. Churches that pacers will start at the Gucrrant, of Wilmoru, unnounco tho to tho wall, with tho approximato post, while tho faster pacers will start engagement of their daughter, Miss debtedness above assets of $200,000. did not pledgo last May, please bring devotional exercises; from 63 feet to 500 feet behind tho Grace Owing, to Mr. Peter Dutol Uesides many Kentuckians, capitalists offering. 10 a. M 10:15 address, C. L. Piatt; Song; Kentucky. different Of of Cincinnati and Dayton are stock wire in accordance with their Guerrant, of Dunville, Va. 10135 a. M., address, W. S. Willis; holders In tho company. records and apcRl. Among tho starters Miss Roxiu Evans, daughter of Shel-to- n address, Elder Case; Mrs. Ruth Urynn Leavitt, daughter Song; 11 A. M will be Hodgowood Hoy 2:021, Udy and M. Evans, of Middlesboro, Mallow 2:051. of William Jennings Bryan, hat turned 11:20 A. M report of Evangelist J. G. Maud C. 2:03. Major Lewis Newman, of Knoxville, Tenn., Uremia York 2:011, Haron Whips 2:051, eloped to Cumberland Gap and were down a princely offer to go on thu lec Livingston; 11:33 report of churches. etc. Tho October will go to Germany Noon recess. 1 r. M., devotional exer Major Urino married. Mr. and Mrs. Newman left ture platform. She to educate her children. On her for cises; 1:10 P. M., address, W. U. Mont Priio. sn.OOO. for trotters is on the for Hristol, Tenn., where they will Barrio conditions, nnd will mako a sen cign journey she will accompany her gomery; 1:35 r. m , address, J. Q. Montgomery; 2 i m address, "Echoes Among the starters will be the as far as Cuba. satlon. w.:m bright, cashier, S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT W. F. Sheridan, known and liked by parents Mrs. Alfred Langdon Rives, mother from Pittsburg Convention" D. M. great Uhlan 231. Jack Leyburn 2:011. everybody here, was married at Eagle J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH, Ballou. J. B. PAXTON, Sanoma Girl 251. Margaret O. 2:031. Pass. Texas, to Miss Lottie Lockctt of Princess Troubetzskoy, the author, Walker; 2:30 address, Joseph H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER P. W. Carter, Chairman. McKintioy 261, San Frandied at her home. Castle Hill. Albe Sterling Llfton, a charming young woman of HVYS FOSTfcR. CLERK. county, Va., after a long illness. cisco 2:071, Lady Jones 271. and oththat place. They am now at homo to marle Its A Top Notch Door. OlREOTORSi Mrs. Rives was a Miss MacMurdo, of er stars. their friends at tho Cult House, Louis- Richmond, and Great deeds compel regard. Tho B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Sliauks, Stanford; Geo. YV. Carter, Stanlord connected with many eight-mil- o ville. why After carrying mail over an of thu best and oldest families of Vir world crowns its dours. That's John B. Foster, Stanford; V II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Kan- tho American panple havecrowned Dr. route slnco 1881 for tho salary of kin, L.iueu;ter; J. 1$. Paxton, Stanford; YY il. Traylor, bo ginia. Some timo this week there will New Discovery tho king of one cent a car, the carrier between Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. John W. McKinnon, a member of the King's made public, it is expected, a stateDodgeville and Mineral 1'olnt, 111., has Throat and lung remedies. Every II. Cummin, Preachersville; Lilliurn by Commander Peary concerning board of reorganization managers of job. It was not from any neg- ment a hcalth.fon.tj. It kills; germs lost his Gooch. GilbcrU Creek. Metropolitan Steamship Company, atom is of tho tho claim of Dr. Cook to having discov tho It e nd colds and lagrlppo vanishes. lect of duty that this employe ered the North Pole. It is quite likely bid in the company for $2,500,000 at the heuls couirh-rackmembranes and Government was severed from the pay also that during the present week Com- foreclosure sale in Boston, and if the roll. Neither Is thoro any evidence coughing stopi. Soro, lntlamed bronPeary will forward to the plans of tho board are carried out, the that he was unwilling to continue long- mander Geodetic Survey at Washing- lino will pass at onco to Charles W. chial lubes and lungs aro cured und Coast and hemorrhages cease. Dr. Goo. Moore, er tho duties of his position, for ho ton his original tidal records and profile Morse and affiliated interests. writes Mt cured me worked as long as his penny h year was Confessing that ho had made and Wack Jack, N. C, of his soundings from Capo Columbia to The Government Is forthcoming. ol lung troublo, pronouueed hopeless the polo. Dr. Cook will continue his passed counterfeit money, William B. by all doctors.1' 60i, $1. Trial boV-tl- o lecturu engagement but will probably Pcttus, a former school teacher of Carfree. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug UaiioaIN. 351 acres of good land, of find time to make somo reply when thu ter county, was sentenced by Judge Sa-t- Storage. in the Federal Court to 30 months 100 acres la bottom land, Peary statement appears in tho press. which in Leavenworth, Knn., prison. Pettus dwelling, two good stock barns, Tho Permanent International Peace told thu court that be entered the coun Frightful Fnto Avortod. now tobacco barn, 30x90. ice house, Uureauat its session in Brussels, adoptbuggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two cripple for terfeiting business becaiisu he wanted ed a resolution suggesting that the va"I would have been good cisterns, tho wholo farm being life, from u. terrible cut on my kneo to get Into jail "to keep from starv- rious governments of tho world join in well watered, woll fenced and lays well. cap," writes Prank Dlsbury, Kulllhor, ing. " the creation of an international fund Will sell as a wholo or cut 200 acres Minn., "without Huckien's Arnica Thu opening session of thu Interna- for the relief of sufferers in the event with Improvements, to suit purchaser, Salve, which soon cured mo." Iuful-llbl- tional Peaco Conference at Brussels of tho occurrence of great disasters in which includes 100 acres as fino bottom for wounds, cuts and bruUes, It was devoted to addresses on the sub- uny part of tho world. A motion was land as thero is in tho county. This is Houn cures burns, scolds, old sore), ject of pea:e. Among those who spoko also adopted favoring tho interdiction u bargain. Seo L. It. Hughes, Stan- bolls, skin eruptions. World's best wero English and German delegates of tho throwing of explosives from airDrill If ford, Ky. for piles. 25o at Penny's Drug Store. who favored a rapprochement between ships in time of war. by their countries und u reduction in arma"Health ColTeo" Is tho eloverest ments. Miss Anna Eckstein, of Boston, It Is tho weak nerves that ure cryWhy We Stay Single. Imitation of real cotleo over yet made. represents tho United States in thu ing .out for holp. Then help them, pure parch-- It's "Hubby, put tho cut out," Dr. Shoop created It from congress. dou't drug the stomach or stimulatelrruliiH. mult. nuts. otti. Fino In And It's "Dearie, fix tho range;" Tho funeral of Col. Thomas II. tho Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. is made In just ouo minute. It's "Have you wound the clock, love?" llavor Swope, the Kentucky millionaire, who Vitalize these weak Insldo nerves with So 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting. And It's "Have you any change?" died in Kansas City, took place there Dr. Shoop's Utstoratlve und seo how Sample free. Penny ' Drug Store. ItV'Hook mo up tho back, pot," Friday. Thousands lined the streets to fast good health will corao to you And "Lock the cellar door." Sold by STANFORD, KENTUCKY. viow the funeral procession and pay again Test It and see Yandell, who was killed at a Leon And it's "Do bo careful not to drop Lexrespect. Tho pro- Penny's Dnug Store. their last tributo of railroad construction camp, near Cigar-ashe- s on the floor." ORGANIZED IN 1882. cession was headed by police, troops, ington, by a vicious Negro, was related So let the bumper circulate, Suit under thu prohibition law for CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Kentucky family by that secret societies, labor organizations and $30,000 was brought by the State of to tho notable And quaff a mournful glass city officials. The body was temporar- Oklahoma against Charles P. Colcord, SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. name. Yandell was tho victim of a Unto tho humble benedict. ily placed in a vault. Tlie final resting one of the wealthiest men of Oklahoma plot by desperute blacks working under Alas, alas, alasl HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2 J 6,500 place will be in the park which Col. Citv. charging that for 30 days ho has him. Combines AbsolutelSafety withlSatisfactory Service. Modern Safety William Randolph Hearst has an- Swopo gave to the city. permitted liquor to bo sold in a build The Interior Journal advises Judge We Solicit Your Account. accept an Indehe would inir he owns. The State law fixes a Deposit Boxes for Use of Jour Customers. Parker and others if his ilk to emulate nounced that of Success. The Bed-Roo- k pendent nomination for Mayor of New fino of $1,000 a day for thisjviolation. the example of Judas Iscarlot, and go m York provided his associates be sub- Llos in a keen, clear brain, backed by and hang himself. We object.' Wo stantially Republican-Fusio- n DIRECTORS. ' Pains of women, head pains, or any I nominees Indomitable will and resistless energy. OFFICERS. judge especially want to preservo the Such power comes from the splendid pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with P Reid. J. II. l)auhroan. - as already selected. Lexington GaPresident;. us an awful example. -health that Dr. King's Now Life Pills Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo . S. Hocker, , J, M. Pettus, M D. Elmore. zette- S. T. Harris, tickling ordry cough ctn bequlck- - lmuart. They vitalize every organ full formula ou 28o box. Sold A II. C. Daughman , F. Cummins, Drug Store. S lktatlio Hyoinul and euro catarrh. ly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough and build up brain und body. J. A. Joha J. McRoberts, Cashier, no. 0. Robinson, S. T. Harris. Baughman, Asst. Caih'r No stomach dosing. Complete outfit Homedy. No opium, no chloroform, Hurraon, LUemore, W. Va., writes: II.0, V. 11 O'Uanaon J. S. Hocker, Swell shoes forjladiea at Severance Including Inhaler II. Guaranteed by nothing unsafe or harsh, bold by "They are tho best pills I ever used." O. K. Tate. WAV .Saunders, Bookkeeper, 25o at Penny's Drug Store. Penny's Drug 8tore. O. L. Penny, Druggist. FREE. FREE. hand-carve- d On Jan. i, ioio, we will give away one DAVEN- - PORT that is worth $100. tax-paye- On every dollar's CASH purchase, we will present vou with a FREE TICKET tax-paye- on this handsome i Cummins & Wearen, mis-mat- Semi-Annu- STANFORD, Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Stanford, Capital, 25, Surplus, Resources, $50,000.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 el ight-roo- o you want the Best "Hoosier." For sale made, try the d E. T. PENCE, &TANJrORD, KY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, m - P " 'wwmpw 'imna)i 1 1 p "awps t"-- "!' f " H - r'5 t3j1M( The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY o( Lincoln. For Oommonwrnltli'i Attorney! CHARLES A. HARDIN, o( Mercer. , For Htate Henntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Kepresentallve, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY ForOonnty Attorney, W. S. BURCH For Circuit Olork, J, D. SWOPE For Sheriff, W. L. McCARTY For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B.COOPER For Jnller, DINK FARMER For Aa.eator, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of School., GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner. GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District, I. M. BRUCE For Magl.trate.Crab Orchnrd District, R. H. BRONAUGH Magistrate llustonvllle District, For Senator Lindsay, who' has been to ill, is thought to be improving. James S. McCready, former mayor of Indlantpolls, is dead, aged 93. The itinerary of President Taft wilt bo made especially notable this week by his meeting with President Diaz of Moxico on the border lino of the two republics. The President's party will arrive at El Paso, the meeting point, on Saturday and elaborate preparations have been mado for coremonics consistent with the International character of the occasion. Gov. Willson has requested Judge Alex P. Humphrey, Col. Andrew Cowan, of Louisville; O. H. Waddle, Somerset; T. L. Edelen, Frankfort; John It. Allen, Lexington; John F. Hager, Newport; Ashland; L. J Crawford, Jero Sullivan, Richmond, and C U. McElroy, Bowling Green, to act as a commission to prepare a redistricting bill to be submitted to tho next Legislature. Judge Humphrey is named as On a lonely night Alex. Benton of climbed Dald All kind, of nontar fc.ni) nine Mountain to the homo of a neighbor, drowned tongue nnd graved flooring:, celllmr tortured by Asthma, bent on curing i nit intu tru vinmiuiit jnvniuiir luanln njt him with Dr. King's New Dlseovory, had cured himself of asthma. that Xlgfct Oft Bald MoantalB. - NOTICE! "5 Fort Edwards, N. Y., This wonderful medicine soon relieved andaulcklv cured his nolchbor. Later It cured his son's wife of a sevorolung troublo. Millions bellovo Its tho great est Throat and Lung euro on earth. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages nnd Soro Lungs nro surely cured by It Hcst for Hnv Fever. Grin and Whnonlnir Couch. 60c nnd 1. Trial bottlo free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug btoro. NOTICE! Lewi I.vnn. who wa convicted of mur der In the Lincoln circuit In lvx, will ask the governor for a pardon nnd nil who object will notify the governor nnd slate In Lkumh I.t.in. writing any ob'cctloii. MADCBY 'OVJtb Fs S 0 UXBK mmmmwSmmK Mm 4 THE MANSs SH0EM'F-G.c- v? fflBA.iS vMT HOME FORSALEI Will sell n Clothing. Hhno and dents' Fur-- 1 nlshlng Htnre, In the best town in Hoyle county. A gieut opportunity for the right man. Htock will Imolce about Addret. M. Jcuie Interior Journal, Htunford. FORSALEI -- t7 mmmTmmmmmm wm JEA. J i w i lN. muumTi lit'-r- M m One story cottaca of eight room, and all necessary outliulldlnm. lot contains one ncre.dlvidcd Into cow lot un which 1. roomy Imrn, litiggy huiisu. corn crlli, etc, (food garden spot. This Is n desirable place, IncHt-do- n v. M. will inert Lincoln Lod go No M Y corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets. In stnted rommifnlcullon on each first ami tsilrd Mondit) nights of raeb mouth, nt J::sj A. II. ltOITZOI.A W, Htanfonl, Ky. o'clock lu their hall on iimln streeet, Htanfonl, Ky. Members of slsttr odors lire Invited to lie prvsent. T, V. HEADACHE I MASON'S MEET. .BH'Bi .mWSf'" 4SBBBBBBBBBBnHMBBBBB Hl litH It I "' VBB nl U, i'ItiHb. I 1W ,ftB I 4mmmm STOP THAT Hcc. chairman. William Randolph Hearst has decided ticket to head the Republican-Fusio- n for mayor of New York, and will be officially nominated Monday. Hearst's friends predict he stands ready to mako another whirlwind campaign, such as ho made in 1905, and was only defeated by a small plurality. Charles F. Murphy, Tammany leader, branded the en- ' Ily having your eyes properly fitted with lens, J. K. Hill, Knst Main HI., Htanford, Ky.,wlll supply your need, aud guarantee satisfaction, lie also carries In stock Kdlson phonographs nnd the latest records which jou can mir for cash, qr on monthly Installments. Call nnd let us talk tho matter over. KYKHTK8TKD KltEK. lilRh-iUB- a. a. CARTER, ESct-ssNow Dopot Stroot, Llvorv y Phone OO. t Tht MtKhmty Wultn Mills, McKrnnty, Ky. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Feet NOTICE! VA r n. J.K.HELM.SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable Wnyncsburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH of Crab Orchard, subject to tbe action ot the democratic party and asks your support. JOE MAGEE I. a candidate for Police Judge The campaign which will decide by election on November 29 whether or not tbe amendment to the Constitution of Alabama shall include a provision forever prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquors in that State ha3 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 anything else is heard in the State as a Alatopic of general conversation. bama is stirred from center to circumference in this fight. The liquor interests, including the distilleries and brewers 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 a fight to a finish. Already meetings are being held in every section of the State and speakers of ability are giving their time to the stump on one side or the other. The result will be watched with interest. 20 days remain until the election. Good democrats should put in all the time possible in their effort to The Kurniers Drug Co., of Law renceburg, in. placed Kureka Tonic on sale nt U Han- CHURCH MATTERS. dors, Crab Urchanl, nnd J. II. IIortou.Hlan- I desire to sell nrlvstcly my farm of 57 loru. nils tonio is to ne iimen in n nan seven mile, to a wine time, n 111 full The Walnut street Baptist church, acres. In Lincoln county,from Maywood,from wine prescribed glass the three pbvstrtansday. on It Is Htanford nnd two mllu. by Inst Louisville, celebrated its 60th anniver- good roiui, miieirom pike, in gooi tho Htnte. tlunranterl to cure stomach, closo to church, rural route and H liver and kidney troubles. Will be sold on sary Sunday. I.und all Terr pro the streets here next county court day, Oct. iuIIo from school-housgrata, balance In cultl- - II, by their salesman. Dr. It. J.Cnssldy. Eld. Joseph Ballou will preach at the ductive, K farm Inguou unuer leuce, v;omiuriauie vaiion;au Christian church here at 10:45 next Sun house of six rooms; new barn nnd all other outbuildings. Abundance ot fine water and day morning. fruit of all kind.. J. T. I.IVINdHTU.N, Revs. J. G. Livingston and Geo. D. I II. K. D. No. l.Htanford, Ky. Grove Verco closed a meeting at Pine which resulted in 10 additions. As executors of T. J. Iloblnson. we w III on Rev. J. Murray Taylor held a meet WKDNEHDAY, OOT. SO, ItW, church, ing at the Blue Lick Baptist nt about 1 1'. M., In front of the National In llustonvllle, Ky..offer for sale nt ltunk just beyond Boneyville, which proved a public outcry tbe farm of ntout 1U acres, aliout 1 miles from llustonvllle. In Lincoln I most interesting one. There were 20 county, near Danville turnpike, I'rosper- additions. live purcnasers win ie snown over tun place by J. W. Hughes, who now live, on It. Tr.rixT. Trij.A. Sjr-s- , uIcjcu Rev. W. G. Montgomery has just will he given Jan. I, loio. Terms interesting meeting at the will bo announced on duy of sale. closed an Wll Gfoe. etc. vc en tc&Iarsi Mki.M, II. Hoiun'o A J, It. 1'axton, Christian church at. Moreland, which nulIHmi ia loJ& "O-- r Fi a crniurr In Kxrs. resulted in 23 additions. He assisted Lcwm!' s&J caa Jo U:tcr for yog tfuo or cuomucoo tocfjtf iti. Reference. .ficou the pastor, Rev. Case. any Dal En LctunSc. Wiub for wrclfy The Pisgah Presbyterian church, in Sxice ml sad w in1, t&s- Woodford county, celebrated its 125th M. Sabcl A. Sons, in500 persons, anniversary. Nearly 223 E. Market SI. lOUISVlUE. KY. I hT forma a tnoa ana unea can ior nan cluding many descendants and kindred tht tnatftm I Not a remedy that wiU straightentlTBT HnlM fill. tUIB 4I...... IIhIu nl founders of tho historic church, of the were in attendance. mi. aepiorariia aisfsse. Rev. F. W. Allen, of Missouri, a forIn Germany with a Cbemut In in. CKy Darmstadt I found the but Inrredlsnt with I the Christian church mer pastor of taKth fir AHnAn'a nhAiiBnitla Remsdr was csad. Without a perfected, dsptadabl. prescription. here, will preach at the Christian that last lniradtsot, I successfully treated Many, church in Stanford Sunday morning, many case, of RhumUm t but now. at Urt. M One containing SI acre., Kood o room curabla aue of thU boretoloro curs Oct. 24. His sermon will be the one he dwelling, pood stock barn and outbuildings, raurh dreadedalldisease. Tbo sand-UfTaaular all under good fence nnd every Held well wasua. found In Kh.umaUe.Blood. aaani to dlasolva will deliver at the centinnial celebration watered: 1 aero In young orchard, :i )urs and pas. away under tb. action ot tht nswdy a of the Christian church at Pittsburg, old: 12acre.ln grace alf la good statu of freely a dot aufar when addad to'poiw watar. cultivation; raised l,au pounds tobacco und And then, when dlMOlrad. thua polaooou. IS bushels wheat per acre on It last enr. fwly pas. from the .num. and Iha oaua of Pa., this week. Of 43 acres with l'rlce, t now no Rev. J. Murray Taylor has resigned J. roomSHU. Hoconil tractfoot touacro burn, IlheumaUim U ton foravar. Tbr lonrar tenant house. Si no actual axeoM to uOr under new fence, but. real need WaU,aPd laconfldaaco rionanwd as pastor of the Baptist church here well watered, at acres IS acres well clrurrd, nncoln tine timber, and accepted a call to tbe pastorate of Hne corn nnd tobacco land, l'rke. lim. Houlli of Htanford on Homer-se- t a big church in Washington City. Rev. pike. Tract Jo. 1 Is on pike; No. 1 Is mile Taylor, who has mado many friends see from ptk on county road. Address or me at Htunford, Ky, II. O. llKltllY. here and is a most acceptable pastor, will leave the latter part of this month for his new charge. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. neign-Gorhoo- trance of Hearst into the mayoralty contest as a "deal." Judge Gaynor, tho democratic nominee, declined to any campaign contributions and declared he was willing to stand on his record of life work for good government. nc-ce- pt have moved our nrixlnca. Is now In operation and Is ready to n poultry business from Mjers'stnblohide nnd the public In making Jeans. I.lnaeys, store recently purrhns.d of (larlandto our lllankets. Flannels, Yarns, Ktc. Will elthi-two from Ktotnce. We still work nool or exchanRe Roods for it. High- pay cash fordoorskinds of country produce. all est market price for wool. I.ASti A Hlcii vv vv, Htanford, Ky U.ll.WIUnllT.rrnr. Small Farm For Sale NOTICE! 1 No man can work or think with wet or hurting feet. We have a few Shoes that are Dry, Easy and Dressy. You have to come to us for them. No one else can furnish them. The "WALK-OVER- " line is the best and most ex ' tensively advertised Shoe in the world today in patent leather, kid and heavy, three-sol- e blizzard calf at $3.50, $4 and $5. "HpCK-E- R BOOTEE," a genuine calf skin, leather-line- d from top to toe, at $5.O0. Sale of Blue Crass Farm fl. J. McKOBERTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. G. L. Penny 11 rn-sslo- Rheumatism H. Coflcy I'. 11. Colrmaii Two Small Farms for Sale t FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. I'KY OUK Talcum Powder, w. Sjxnge, 15:ith I!ruue, Toilet and Hath Soap 1 Less than This and That. R. C. Ford. W. E. Cabell and W. J. Kinnaird have purchased from the estate ot the late Col. Thomas W. Swope of Kansas City, two lota on Cumberland avenue, Middlesboro, for more than 100 a foot. They will build a handsome business house on the location. Cholera threatens to become seriously epidemic in Seoul. The authorities are taking every precaution, but Seoul is not a sanitary city and the disease has spread rapidly. Tbe palace of the former Emperor has been invaded and the home of the resident general has not been immune. To-da- Farm for Sale 111 never-falling 1 Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy AND KSPKCIALLY Our Ice Cold Soda Wafer with Jersey Cream and Fine Fruit Flavor. 'f On Danville A llustonvllle pike of 310 acres elect the magnificent ticket which appears at the top of this page. This is a democratic county and while we are not uneasy as to the result of the election we are desirous of making the majority as large as possible. If you have a friend or neighbor who thinks he has a grievance, talk to him and use your influence in keeping his democratic record clean. Impress upon him the fact that the democrats have proven their ability of taking care of the county affairs and are more competent than their republican brothers, who desire to fill the offices for the next four years. L y Is "Columbus Day," a legal ny.,; Lincoln couniy, vvulf mii irom .iiore-lanImproved, good well This furmls und cistern nnd abundunce of stock water springs. Most furnished from of farm In grass. I deslru to sell this farm In the next oodnys.togetnerwltb tbe stock and crop, the mock consisting of 21 highbred Jennets, X Jacks, nil ages, 10 brood mares. 4 reslstered: registered stallion: 83 acre, of corn; 13 or 3) stacks of bay; farm- ing implements oi everyuescripiion. i win sol) the whole outfit or any part of thestock aud If I sell the farm without the stock, I must sell not Inter than tW day. so as to glv e me time to make n sale of my stock. Also havesu-odmules from work mule, down to colt.. You will have to see this form to appreciate the locution and tbe many advantages of this farm. Any person from a dlstaucu desiring to see this farm can come to More- luna, Lincoln county, Ky., on me ijueeu a Crescent route, this farm being only about y, mile from stutlon. II. li. KINO, Moreland. Ky. d PUBLIC SALE der, on I will sell lit ! PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. public sale to tho highest bid I Under the operation of the new tar- iff law there was an increase of 100 per cent, in the value of imports into the United States from the Philippine slands during last August compared with the imports in the name month of the previous year. The total value of merchandise from the Philippines in August, 1909, was $1,811,138, against 814,610 in August, 1908. The foot ball season is yet in its but three players have been killed. This promises to be the richest season for the undertakers since the foolish game of football was originated. holiday in New York and some other States. More than 1,000 councils of the Order of Knight of Columbus in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Philippine Islands, embracing a membership of over 300,000 men will formally celebrate the day. At a mass meeting of "State widers" in Nashville Saturday Prof. G. W. Dyer, of Vanderbilt University, made a speech in which he predicted the prohibition laws would be enforced "if the streets of the city must run ankle deep in blood.' Prof. W. R. Webb, another noted educator, said "traitors in office ought to be shot." The State University, Lexington, Ky. Kngl-neerlu- scalded Pa can't walk from piles Ullllo has bolls and my corns acne. Miogot it and soon cured all tho famiP. B. Lindle, who was defeated for ly Its the greatest healer on earth, county clerk In the republican primary bold by Penny's Dru Store. in Pulaski, charges that no legal priThe little Candy Cold Cure Tablets mary has been held and announces that called IYuvunttcs, will in a few hours he is still a candidate. C. U. Crane may never go to Pekin safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe. Sold by Penny's as Minister. Ho was recalled to Wash- Try thorn! ington while en route to China becauso Drug Store . a he is accused of committing a breach of is guaranteed by G. L. Pendiplomatic etiquette in discussing treaty ny to cure Indigestion or money back. nutters In a Chicago nowspapor. His Relieves distressed stomach, belching recent ipecn are also deemed unwise or gas. Etc., In five minutes. Large diplomatic standpoint. ffWB box, We. POLITICAL. c. Mi-o-n- A Hurry Up Call. Quickl Mr. Druggist Quick! A box And Judge Wutta Parker's name will go under the log cabin for circnlt judge of llucklen's Arnica Salve Hore 'a a of Fayette. His love for offico is sick- quarter For the love of Moses, burryl liuby'sbumedhlmsclf, terribly Johnening. nie cut his foot with the axe Mamie's The Htate University, Lexington, Ky.. of fern the following courses, namely. Agricultural, Mechanical Knglneerlng, Civil Klectrlcnl Knglneerlng, Mining Knglneerlng, Classical and seven Hclentltlu course., each of which extends over four yearsand lead, to a llachelor' degree; also a Department of Law and a Department of Kdueatton, which last ha. been established Instead of the Normal Hcliool. Person who enter this department prepure for advanced work In pedagogy und are granted n lliich. elor's degree In tuts subject when completWa. whnu names annear beldw. strictly ed. The Academy for preparatory Instrucfnrhtil huntlmr.nahlnuoranv kind of tres tion I. retained County appointee, receive freo tuition, passing on our place und will prosecute viprivilege of residence In the dormitories, olator to the full extent of the law. fuel und light, traveling expeu.es, If they Ml.. Mattle Hewes, Itelchenbuch Ilros. remain 10 consecutive months.orouo collegA. T. Tray lor, Kred llaumann, N, II. fluuimer, iate year. LllburuUoooh, The luboratorle. and museum are large, It.C. Nuunelley. Will Hester, well equipped, comprehensive nnd modern .1. W. Uaughman. J. W. l'eok. Military Hclence Is fully provided for u. reDavid Htevens, J.K. Hruce, quired by Congress. Wm.Cordler. JohnUamenlscb. The graduate. In the several course, of HunTraylor, M, O, Klmore, Itudy leadlly find employment with liberal (lotllbOllck. Fred llnndorf. leiiiuneratlun. The total number of maM. J. J,Th'uipsou, Mr. I,Mrs.Anderson, triculate for Just year wus 1.U7B, Kuch Jus. II. Kud und J, K. Moser, uspeclullst at It heud, with Mr. N, J. Horloii A. Klbusu the necessary number of nsslituiits. Mrs.Ueu. Igun. J.J.KUIott. Young women Hud an excellent home, Krunk Confler, W. It. Duugherty, with board ami lodging, In luttersou Hull, Dr. (1.(1. 1'erry, lU'V. Knthorlo, which 1. well iiulpHd with all the uiodern H, II. Ilaughmnu, II. W. dallies, mnilnpii T.1!). ... convenience., bathroom, hull for physical Afl A. D.ltoot. Uriah Albright. fbk vnii. Imnin ns ...v,.v.m f.i jum ,iiii,iijt juj h uuy mu...w w aIijv. 1? AT)f !, imn. r.....tl.. culture, ut Uper week. All lourte.uf study (lander Mr. Murguret (looch, Jacob Tray .....1 Muv.u ...i,,cil In the I'nlverslty ure 0m to women on !.l..... siui .vl..n juuiovii t.i ii imbllinii in irul tit., I,,ln ......I... ijuoiatioiti W. II. (Iro.C. Olvuiis, i lor " ! mu iiuuib iiinrivci rteiueiitu, Identical condition with those applying to Hum Itoberts, JohnJufer, male.completion M, J. Hofmniin, at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephouo Msrvice, Amend Hchuefer, of the Agricultural. MinTile A. 11. Matheiiy K,T. Heuzley which you und your neighbors can get for a mim that i email compared witlt ing Kuglneerlug. Laboratory und Kduca-tloMrs, J. 11, Owsley, L.H.Ourner, building alford uniple nnd comiuod. II. L. Kuguley, M, J, Morgan, tho benefita received. Call or address our ueurtat oflico or writo direct to lou quarter for these departments, which ll.O. Watkliu, H.T. HurrTs, are rapidly Increasing lu the number of maheadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., lor information regarding our special "Far- It. II. Crow, J.O.Hundley. T . ? II Ti ..n,a a. A nti Sn triculate. U.K.MoOlure, Mrs. Nannie 11. Oood, si juu uiu um titi hmdlll mitnii!.... ,ln.l luurs uuiu ruiu. ucnui vhjujiujj vciepuuuu Burviuo, wo catalogue, method of obtaining for Anton Ilouecker, AnderaonUarr. Information regarding course I'red VouUruenlgan can immediately interest you. Our linos cover tho States of Kentucky, W.M. Dlshou, of ttudy ana term of admission, upply to T, L. Iluughuutn, Mr. Kate Ador JA. K. ('attkhson, Ph. D., LU D., Pre.., NloOluti. , Mr. Itebecca It. Carpenter Tenucssce, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern iKirtion of Indiana urn) W. Kopats, KAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL, PO. J. K. Mour, Illinois. or to t). O. Kuaxkk, Dullness Agent. U. H"Vlers, John H. Lee. Tom Kerrlll, Cbrhrttan Jaeob, (INOOUrgHATCD),1 Kred lok, Sept. 9, '09. W. W. l'ltman, Fall hIkiiiIMI acres of land, lying In Hockcnstle county, Ky.. udjulnlug the Madlsou county line on Hie riorin unu ooruering on me i...v mile from lloone station, and N. railroad, of llerea College, ireemiie.Houtu good iielghliorhood, close This land Is Inn ill school and church. It can to public vided Into three puriels.nlKiutfdacre. lying in tbe Kast side of the L. A N. railroad. about iBW acres I) Ing on the Houthw est sidev of the llervn, run nana itounantonecouu-troad, und about fill) acres lying on the Northeast side of said rood. The three parcel, of land will tw ofTem! separately and tbenusn whole. Thl land U unimproved except n small box house. Has a line young growth of white oak, some hickory, poplar and pine. There I uhout lfiU to 3D ncrt level lanu.witn everlasting wuier, nnu lie made u line ranch for sheep and cattle. The sale will be mudenn thepreiniscniar the Ixix house ,one lnllufroin IfoonuHtutlon. TKIIMH. One half cash when deed Is mode, the remainder lu two equal payments with A per cenl.lntereat till puld, note, with good surety und leln retained on the lund. Title good. Kor further Information call oa or write V, l l'rewltt.Ilereu. Ky. Harrison Duger, who Hi ea near the farm, will show anyone over It who wishes to look at same Iwfore tbe day of sale. Hale to begin at II A.M. A. W.TITUH. lierta, Ky. W. I. I'rewltt, Auct., Uereu, Ky. 1 B.vrr itDAY, oct. a, iw, BUY The Improved from Su- perior Grain Drills f W. H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. RURAL TELEPHONES. imjw. x'4&.tk. ..! il 1 A J , ' Term Bgkw t && jejjajgt jii w. 1 nWWMM .IH"iw)'l m 3 ; f 'i r r.iK ? . Is the dateof our SUIT and SKIRT Display, showing a maker's entire line High Grade Goods and Come and have a Suit or Skirt made for you and to fit you, too. Prices, $15 to $40.00. '& "v SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. BrAMFoni), & SON. School STANFORD KY. shoes Ky., - Ocr. 12, 1900 Special Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will noil on Saturdays and Sunday only Penny's Drug Store. D ccnta straight. PERSONALS. James Hiunv is clorklnc for S. Miss LttXiB Maktin 1 Gold-ctcl- with Somer- - act relative. Mn. STAMrTouriN went to Lexington Saturday. 1'nor. J. C. CllKEK, of Danville, was here Saturday. DR. G. A. Cox, of Jonesboro, Tenn., was hero last week. Mn. D. C. AU.EN la very ill at hla homo near Huatonvllle. Mrs. 1. C. Sandidce, of tho West ' End, visited friends hero. MRS. W. U O'Hannon visited Mra. W. T. Weat at Lancaster. MR. B. U. Deniiam left Saturday for u builneaa trip to tho mountains. a Mrs. Dettie Caujweix is with In the Wayneburjc section. Mrs. D. J. Uicsiiv, of tho East End, who has been very 111,1a Improving Hon. Geo. E. Stonb, of Danville, was hero on legal business last week. A SON has arrived at tho homo of Mr. O. Jr. and Mra. Geo. Soonamore-Gc- o. Shcl-to- n S. M. Sauflky and eon, Mrs. rcla-tive- Absolutely nothing wns dono In the 1). S. McKinney, of Cincinnati, was county court yesterday. hero yesterday. Miss Jennie Newland vUitcd in Come to tho sutt show Friday, Oct. Lexington Saturday. 15th. Severanro & Son. Miss Mjcy Triiirle, nf Jlopklnsvllle, is withers W. P. Ijgn. I have one room for rent In Craig .. , ItoiiEitT Koot, of Wjlmot, Kansas, Is property. Mrs. Catherino McClary. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. A MUCH needed rain fell Sunday. Root. Born, to tho wife of W II. Cum- Not enough but 'twill help out greatly. mins Jr , of tho Preachersville section, IlEATiNq and cooking stoves at prices a son William Henry. you can not afford to pass over. G. D. Dr. L F. Jones has moved- from Hopper. Maywood to Craii Orchard and will Special display of suits nnd skirts practice medicine there. Mrs Nellie Brady and children Wednesday. Let us mako one to fit have moved to Louisville, much to the you. Severance & Son. regret of their many friends and relaOur carbonator has come and wo aro tives hero nnd bride now prepared to make all kinds of fresh Bryan Cari-ente- r Mr. drinks. Shugars & Tanner. havo located nt New Decatur, Ala , where he has bought an interest in a For Rent. Four room cottage with big furniture factory. four acres of ground in good portion of J. T. Goocil, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. W. Gooch, left yesterday for Cleve Come in and let us show you the $100 land, Ohio, where he will spend tho winter with his sister, Mrs. F. II. Davenport that wo will give away on Jan. 1st, 1910. Cummins & Wearcn. Drox, and attend school. - at Severance & Son's. Hon. B. U. King will sell his splendid farm at Moreland at auction on Wednesday, Oct. 27 Ho will also of some fine stock. Seo "ad." dis-po- L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W O. Mini IN a drawing contest conducted by the Chester Park Amusement Co., Cincinnati, Mrs. Nealy Stone, of this place, drew a lot at Long Island, N. Y. Sho is undecided as to what sho will do with it. NEW DRESS TRMII2 alj Dr. M. M. Phillips has returned J. D. Eads & Son will have a sale of from Chicago and formed a partnership horses, mules, brood marcs, etc., on with Dr. E. J. Brown. They both office Friday, Oct. 22. See "ad" next issue. Wo in the Dr. J. B Owsley building Dr. W. B. O'Hannon Is building a aro glad to have Dr. Phillips locate cottago on Lancaster street. Mr. Joe with us. Lynn B. Coffey and family will occupy LOCALS. it. M.. Jr., returned to Frankfort Phillips . Fri- , Juiwk George M. Davison is back from Pctoskcy, Mieh , much Improved in health. Ma. and Mrs. Uen H. McKoiierts, of Terhune, Ind., are visiting relatives In this and Uoylo county. May Misses Ethel anii Sallie Sears, of Uulsvllle. oro with Misses Jennio and Martha Wren. Mrs. Mary Adams returned Friday from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. it. W. Keenon, at Harrodsburg. Mr. Jones Uauoiiman and wife, of the West End, spent Sunday with Mr. M. S. Haughman and family. CoMR. E. P. Owsley is up from lumbus, Ga to see his father. Dr. J. U. Owsloy, who continues III. day. Mn. James Mirh machine. i.-L- .n has gono to to look at o concrete r Mesdames Mattie and J. H.Nevius spent a few days with tho former s daughter, Mra. J. E. Buck, at Gilberts r"rnV. Mrs. S. J. Tatem, tho Crab Orchard lllinr wan In tho cities last WCek buying fall and winter ready-t- o wear hats, etc. Dr. and Mrs. W. II. Cundikf havo to Worlev. Whit- mnnil t mm Rnnitn-ap-t ley countV, vfhero the doctor has been i.nrrncr.d na mine surgeon. Measns. Henry Wells and George Lyne. of Crab Orchard, loft Monday for Mayfleld as delegates to tno urana lsiAira mwotintr of Odd FclloWS. S. II. Goocil, the tio inspector for tho New York Central lines, is at home after a Irlp to Cleveland and other Times. northern cltles.-Some- rset Mr. Gibus, whose home Is In Buffalo, but who haa been in business In the Philippines, for somo time, U the guest of Mlsa Melle Hopper at Huatonvllle. Mrs. S. D. Bartlky very elegantly entertained at a cord party Friday About 20 couples were afternoon. present and thoroughly enjoyed the occasion. E. RobMessrs. G. inson, Stevo Carrier, A. D. Ford, T. II. Ilobinson, C. A, Koblnson, J. O. Bogie, T. A. Elkin, Carlton Elkin and others were horejfrom Garrard yesterday. Mrs. Will Pettus and children, who have been visiting L. A. Pettus and family, havo returned to their homo at Wilmoro. It. il. Pettus was In GreenSomersot wood Monday and (Tuesday: Hit. G. G. Perry and family have ta- nvnr W. H. Hlimins' store t nn nnH nr romfortnbly domiciled Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Aldridge. of Hvaltavllle. aro spending a few days with Mr nnil Mrs. Wm. Stone. Miss Mattie McClary left Saturday for Indianapolis, where she will ogaln lonrh In tho School for tho Deal. rm. Old papers for sale. This office. Mr. J. B. Camenisch, our clever milk man, has named his business M. I). Elmore is beautifying his "Standing-For- t Dairy," a very appro-driat- o s on Main street with a coat cognomen. of paint. cotFor For automobile oils see W. W. Hays tage, Sale. Beautiful garden, barn lot and barn, on Loto at tho Stanford Garacu. Tho best Price and terms bo found. ' gan avenue. Cicero Reynoldit. to suit purchaser. F. M. MURPHY has our thanks for n The L. & N. agency hero broko tho "squash," big enough tu ilu our family record on business in September, doing all wither. $1,000 more than in any other month on THE L. & N will run another $1.75 record. Give us a new depot. excursion to Cincinnati Sunday. Train The Somerset whisky men say they leaves Stanford depot at 5 a. m. did not get n fair deal in the selection F. M. I.ONO bought of Tim W. Hutch of ollicera for the election on the whisky ison 100 acres of tho old Dave Terry, question thcro and arc as mad as horfarm, IJ miles from Highland, for nets. Probably they expected too much. . $1,600. Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln, wo A DIG crowd attended court yesterday aro sure will seek a was good. It His efficient public service and large and business gem-rallwas about ns sober a crowd as ever acquaintance in the district will secure gathered here. for liim an advantage worth considering. Lancaster Record. Dk. E. J. Brown, of this place, made a huixlitomo contribution to the good Call at Mrs. S. J. Tatem'a millinery roads' fund of ICockrastlo county, saya stor In Crab Orchard and see her thoMt. Vernon Signal. beautiful now Fall and Winter hats, bonnets, notions, etc. Most complete Chief of Police B. D Carter ar line ever shown in the East End and and took to Fort Thomas Sunday rested prices lower than anybody's. J ami a Hooker, a deserter Tho officer found him in the Ottenheim section. Fined. Anderson Carr, Jr., was fined $100 and given 10 days in jail for II. Goocil, of tho police of store-housefive-roon The Baptist church at Kecne, Ky., i in trouble, or rather one of its members Is In trouble, and he wrote to the Attorney General for an opinion that he thought might help him. According to the letter to Judge James Breathitt, the Baptist church adopted a rule that any member of the church who was absent without cause for three consecutive Sundays was liable to fine and 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 into the law. Ho could find only ono case bearing on the subject, and that case held that the majority of the Baptist church had the power to govern, and seemed always to have governed wisely. So Judge Blakey decided that so far as he could sec the Baptist church at Keene had the right to line and expel its members Wc have just received a new line of tho newest nnd prettiest tlrc"5 trimmings you have ever seen, in eliade, width and material. Jet is the craze, it is pretty, practical nnd inexpensive. Our jet trimmings nro shown in a very extensive assortment, in both bright nnd dull finish and a variety of shnpes. We haven now lot of hanil trimmings in all tho new shades, nleo the rat tail nnd soutache braids nnd buttons to match in all sizes and colore. It is almost impossible to picture for you the licnuties of our stock, wo shall have to ask you to come to see them, for no mere description can. do them justice. They aro now ready for you, nnd we will take much pleasure in showing them, and guaranteo prices reasonable. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., H Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. The Road To Success has many obstructions, but none so desierute as poor health. Success today demands health, but Electric Hitters Is tho greatest health builder tho world has ever known. It compels perfect action of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, purities and enriches the blood, and tones and Invigorates the Vigorous body and whole system keen brain follow their use. You Write today and get a copy of Our Beautiful New can't afford to slight hlcctrle" Hitters If weak, or sickly. Only 50c. logue, which shows a handsome assortment of Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store, run-dow- n Catalogue Free rl J e Fall Cata- - J 1 FOR RENTI Kor rrnt (or 11)10 with nt till corn mid tobacco iihxi for pitrt of crop. M Hcrva In wli Carpets, Rugs, prlvlloRn of klDK Full anil plnutlnK HprliiK. Will rent W. M. MunrUT, Wnyiirnburg, Ky. FOR SALE I I lavl nt! decided tolucutoeUcttlierc. I will ell prUalely my farm nt IllKblnd ol to ncrei, more or Ipm. Iuiproemenu Kood; on plnco; Kood luirn: good orchard; urll watered. J. II. Hkiiiut, WiiyiietburK. Ky. toru-lmu- Curtains, Linoleums. Illustrated in natural colore and half tones. save you money. Quality considered, wc will I NOTICE! Iiuuro jourTolmcco and Tubncco Ilarnn In tin. wnl End Inturniice Acencv. Get our pollcli' written right In a good compa ny uy V. J.PAMPiiri.i., HnstoDvlIle, Ky. W. C. LUTKEMEIER, Frankfort, Ky, Established 17U. T. Ballard, J. Journal. JutxiE M. C. Saukley left Saturday for Tu Isa, Okla., where he will represent the administrator of the late Lewis Y. Leayell, of Garrard, In a big land suit. He waslaccompanied by Attorney L. L. Walker, oLaneaater. Somerset now, but an old Lincoln coun similar amount for carrying concealed All crvdltomif tin) Huntington I'roduce V Kred Co., of Huntington, W. Vii., are ty boy, is a candidato for chief of po a deadly weapon. Edmund Lillard was hereby nut I tit d to prewmt their clutnia S5 lice of that city. Wo hope h will win, ngalnat uld concern, proiicrly proven us lined $100 and 10 days for selling booze. provided by law, to the undemlgned nulgn-een.i- tt Wk havo on hands all of tho latest Jeff Bryant, who was charged with III da)i their ollleti In lliirmtde, Ky., within from tLedmo Btriof. Fall nnd Winter styles in millinery and selling whisky, nnd acquitted, was orLOVKTTA EVANH. AtHgneeei. Dated at Ilurntlde, Ky.,Hept.;i, vw. Call and see them before you dered to jail to servo out 218 days of an notions. WAYNESBURG, KY. buy. Miss Cora Llpps und sister, Hus old fine. "Possum" Rout, who has I Capital, 915.000. Surplus CO. Profits 92500. been selling whisky, promised to leave SALE tonville, Ky. Resources Over town if given tho opportunity, and Ai ndmlnlttratrlx of John 1. Hubble., I Sunday's Courier-Journcontained Judge Tribblo told him to go. AJ1 aro 111 at hli lute retldence. near TiiriitTivllle, Directors: Ky.,ou a fairly good plcturo of Stanford's colored. Kill DAY, OCT. S.ltW, Dr. A. K. Caldell, R. Curtis, C. O. Gooch, IT. IL Singleton, crack baso ball team, which played 13 atlutOp. M., tell at public auction to the J. V. Whoeldon, Dr. J. W. Acton, O. W. Leach, Jas A Ilaycs, The Annual Meeting of the Women's hlgheit and In'nt bidder name nlco brood games this year and won that unlucky M K. Wheeldon, L. G. Gooch. tnnrei, Missionary Conference, Auxiliary to a good two line colli by HcuddergoodlVavlne, cow, 0 Hacks of of them. number hay, n milk tho South District Association, wl( be utuwlug ninchlne, plowa and other funning Officers: lumltuienU: ulruii lot other Tub democrats, of Boyle county held at the Baptist church in Stanford tblngv too numeroiu of barnexand Temu to mention. L. G. Gooch, President. M. K. Wheoldon, Jas. A. Hayes, V. muuukuownoiiuay or tale. showed good judgment when they made on Thursday next, 14th. Mrs. James Presidents. Stanley Mcintosh, Cashier. MIIH. KANNIE IIUIIULK, Admx. that splendid democrat and clever F. Holdam will deliver the welcome ad The oRlcers of this bank extend a cordial Invitation (or your gentleman, Mr. W. Logan Wood, their dress and Mrs. Morgan, of Harrods patronage, your account Is respectfully solicited whether larce campaign chairman. burg, will respond. Mrs. J. C. McCla or small pollto treatment and satisfactory results are assured. ry la down for a paper, Others who Personal Interviews and correspondence solicited. Mr. J. II. Hays, one of Rockcastle's will part aro Mrs. James, of Har take best citizens, is dead in the Wildie sec- rodsburg, Mrs. Roddy, I of Harrodsburg, tion, aged CO, He suffered a stroke of Mrs. Gill, Miss Edna WilsonLouisvile, paralysis a month ago and had been in and Dr. GUI, of Danville. The meeting declining health since. zWacrei land, well located, fairly well Itu- will consume the entire day and an In f'roved, In tilgbitateof cultivation. mot all u grant, teresting program will be rendered. furultbed an abundance of good stock water Peyton. -- George Peyton, Kurliim: about from iiever-falllttackii of hay, farmson of D. 11. C. Peyton, of More-lan- Societies of other churches are cordial ax) barrel! corn, ing Impleimiuu, etc. Jf farm U not sold v. Ill bu offered publicly at my tale died of typhoid fever and was ly invited. private. buried at Hustonville Friday. He was Burnside suffered a fearful fire Fri Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1909. a good boy and was liked by everybody. day morning, nearly wiping out the To tho at a dlttanco will bay that IbU The Colleo with tho Strength, Flavor and Aroma. For tho next SO days Lincoln Dropped Dead. Joseph Adams, an business portion of that picturesque lit farm It located at tloruland ttatlou, "' notei we will give county. Ky.. ou tne w.vi soldier of the East End, drop- tie city. It originated in tho rear of accommodation lit Moreland. Tblt It a cloaliiR out aide of farm ttoelc and crop, ped dead while visiting at Livingston and M. E. Pruitt's store and his building r'our Jonuet kuckllng colli, 81 76 Five Pounds Coffee nt 35c Sl.yiar-olJenneti, taged Jtiinett, It and stock of goods wero destroyed, enhis remains were brought to Crab Or 1 50 old, i 1 Nickel Dip Colfeo Pot ut 81.C0 tailing a loss of about $7,000. McDan- - iennett from ttooyear tuckllug Jackcollt, Jack.8 chard Sunday afternoon for Interment. inari'i, mule intiret, 1 1 regUlertd lel's general store also burned and his thoroughbred brixid mare, registered 83 25 Mr. John Leb Elkin has taken loss Is about $0,000. Tho other losses ttandard bred trotting mare, 1 two- 1 reglttvred ttandard bred o charge of tho Clemens Houso at 81 25 Cloyd & Co., general store, $6,000; lllly. savo For thirty days you are: tuiuuaru ureu irotimK nuy. I and his Lincoln county friends George M. Cooper, grocery and dry reKlHeted trotting liorfcc, luilr, jeur old ork mulct, pair 1 year old work milieu. I should remember the fact when they goods, $3,000; Kelsay's drug store, $7,- -' pair year old liorte uiulet. 1 vitra good liortu. Tlilxmall burdol go to Little Britain. Mr. T. P. Embry 000; Golden's office building, $5,000; walking are or um very iwv hock Jucknaiul in itun nuii ucty writes us that he is setting a tine table postofflce, $0,000; N. I. Taylor, two to gel mid tlila It an opportunitytolor a mau noma foundation utovk ttart on. Alf tue)ennU that bao been tiled are and that his guests aro greatly pleasod buildings, $2,000. The loss is about d regular breeder) and ther aro two uxtra with their host. Mr. arid Mrs. Elkin covered by insurance. Tho, Som goud Jnnet JikIu lu lot 0 He red.' Tu kulo have recently removed to Danville from erset fire department wept to the scene will commenco promptly t o'clock A. u. ouUct.K8.llM. VarsalthM. and helped subdue the JWqxM. ,I 1 ' Bill. KINO, MurUnd,Ky. C forco having whisky in his possession and n Creditors' Notice I me waynesDurg DepositBanK, inc., 060,000. ..... PUBLIC I 'J i i splendid Farm At Auction d, r'i'11 ssssiii-(( j - Jen-ne- ear-ol- d Dan-vill- 1 GIVE IT A TRIAL. I ope-thir- W ! GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. mi. u Mnteredinthe Pott-Offi- fjwpjfc UigtJ.PPPI "I "WW li "i ilVjiipiiilHVPM'"1 mww" mmij rftn The Interior Journal. c PARMER'S DKPARTMIHT. ol Stanford HMmd'Clau matter. L. N. TIWETHBLE No.it.Honth.lliMr.K. A M. No. Jl. North. 4:10 A. M. No. JJ. North, 6: P. M. No. T7, 10:47 a.m. No. , IMO v. M. No.2l,Hontli,ll:rtl JOS. S. RICE, Agont. Stables recently erected at tho Fal I mouth Fair Grounds were destroyed by Arc. For Sale. 20 yearling mules. Henry C. Anderson, Stanford. Sidney Dunbar bought 20 mule colta at an average of $64.60. D. G. Fox, of Danville, bought 35 mule colta at Somerset at $55 to $90. Henry Anderson bougut of Mrs. E. flows at 7c. C. Walton two feedFort Sale. -- 30 good ers. G. A. Swincbroad, near Hubble. d 1,050-pound 15 , . v I S ' ' ft- - KHHH fB "v iWifi iHM tr F hero yesterday 27 3Jc. For Sale Seed barley and homeSTANFORD, - KENTUCKY. grown timothy seed. B. W. Givens, Office over McRobcrts' Drug 8tore In Hubble. K. L. Tanner sold to J. A. Robinson the Owloj Building. mules yesterday a pair of d four-year-o- A.'S. PRICE, Surgoon Dentist, FARM FOR SALE I m J. D. Whitehousc, of Marlon, sold cattle at v JMrMkCSt J feeding hogs We have 35 or 40 No. r The fnrm ot llOncr". of Rood Vluo itrnss for sale at once. Lutes & Co., Huston- lunil, h Inn one mile North of MdKlnney.on the Htnnfortl pike. Improvement, nnd vllle, Ky. , fencing goods plenty of sinter nnd fruit. W. II. Boone has bought of Frank Also l acres of timbered land one mile plenty Kobinson the Tol Douglas farm near Kn.luf JlcKlnneythnlf under fence, of iter nnd cood tobacco innn we grow j.A.tUVKH,ARcn. Ky. Maywood. nccron. McKlnney. well-knew- n 1 for $320. A... ..X. 5a M NEW METHODIST CHURCH, A T HIGHLAND. r r IIHbI pp i Fall and Winter Stock. Jlnve your measure taken by tailor of experience. Then jour clothes, whi'thern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes, will hne that Individuality and fit which plainly indicate they were made to your measure. I will also take your mens-ur- e for extra trouer, fancy ests. top fonts and overcoats. Fall and Winter samples on hnnd ready for your Inspection, H.O.nurLEY.TheTallor, Stanford, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! J? ! v- I can furnish the publlo with the best, ns well as t he freshest of cut flowers, plants of nil kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. In connection with the nlove, I hnve all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices. OHItlBTMAN OIIKEN II0UHE8, KD HUHHAHD, l'KOR. mamoru, ivy News. trainW. W. Evans, the er and driver of trotting horses, is dead at Lexington. T. J. and Ed Price, of Garrard, sold 40 feeding cattle to W. S. Beazley, of Fayette, at 4.60. J. J. Faulconbcrry sold to Brown, of d mare Mercer county, a mule for $152. 50. Lutes & Co. sold here yesterday 33 cattle at 31 to 4c. They were a mixed lot of short and long yearlings. Estray. Dark sorrel yearling mule, left court day. Will pay reward for return. E. T. Beazley, Stanford, No. 4. South Trimble, of Franklin county, sold to Baker Bros, a pair of four-yeaold mules for $500, says the Frankfort three-year-olr- HENRY WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- We nrc now ready to chow you one of tho let line of and ChililrenV Clot lien eer elmwn the )eo)le for tho lowed I desire to sell prlvntely my stock of llnnlwnro. lolnx n notxl busi new nnd up todate line ul Oxcnoats and C'nixmicttes from ness, win invoicu aixiui u,ju. tuition Good valticH. Come in and let us show jou. Am eurc you 111 health. wiih this line (1KO. I). IIOrTKK.Htanford, Ky. Stock of Merchandise su wkMB3WT XfcfTA rB tmnwjrg cumiu, MrYiXjP .... JMw VQ for Sale. Mr n', Youths' jiriccn. Alco a will l)c 17.00 to 120. Ira.cd FARMS FOR SALE iitJuiiito. Lincoln County, ay. four ! 1 lib to sell prl ntely my fnrm of A acres uilUa from McKlnner. Has on It Ruotl dwelling. Rood Ixirn. cellar, spring house, line vrntir, tc. Ijinil 1 In hlRlistnleofi-ul-tttntlou- . Also bne four other .mail farms for sine. All nail improtea. Terms mil. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. factory. It.O.HirPI.K, Htunfonl, Ky., It. F. D.Xo.3. Insurts Tobacco and Tobacco - ? lirn$. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, hogs, barrow black spotted, weigh about 250, crap oft left ears. Liberal reward. E. T. Estraycd. Three .AND. G. B. PRUITT, Moroland, Kentucky, New Fall Lino Millinery now in. Also Iew Furniture coming n al most daily. G. U. l'lti'lTT, Moreland, Ky. Pence. STANFORD. KY. Residence 1'hone 34; Office, K. Insure with mo and bo fully pfotectctl. Night riders burned Edward John son's barn and 15,000 pounds of tobacco in Bracken county. He had not gone into the pool The Advocate Is authority for the statement there are 3,000 acres of to bacco in Casey county, or three times as The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Watch this Space Next Issue. PUBLIC SALE1 decided to move to town, I will on TlTKHDAY.OOT. 11, IW, sell to the hlghiwt bidder my farm, situated SS miles from Htnnford.on Lnncnster pike. liming old-tim- dwellIt contains fi acres, with ing, mcts.ar outbuildings and well waterImtm-dlntpoesslon. I will also sell ed. 2 good work mules. work horse.l (tolddust harness horse, 1 harness horse, steers. farm wagon, 1 buggy, good as new, 1 Dine harrow, hinder. I mow-r- ,l wlient drill,: riding lultlvutors, :i sits harness, Ju bushel onions, range. A lot of e furniture nnd my entire lot of household goods. Also a lot of corn. Terms n made known un duj of gale. Sale will at 10 a. m. W. I'. ItoniNHON, Htunfonl, Ky. four-roo1 1 1 1 INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis- count. J, L. Beazley & Co., KflNHBrfinMKwl'ljuCMbia much as Boyle has. M. C. Rankin, commissioner of agriPew people in the United State bare not culture, has issued an address to the beard of the Courier-JournDemocratic Denier In mill Manufacturer o farmers of Kentucky urging them to In all thlntf, fair In all thlnga. clean In all pjol their tobacco crops. thing. It U essentially a family piper. II; Long & Marshall, real estate agents a special arrangement we are enabled to of- Marblo and Cranito Montr L one of Shelbyville, bought a farm of 214 fer tbe WEEKLY acres in Shelby county Ave years ago year and tbls paper for tbe price named Cemetery abore. Sand your subscription for tbe com- Markers nnd INists, Olllce nnd and l.nwn works, Mc- at $100 and have just sold it at $205. Vnit'.aiul ,ettees. bination to u not tc the I'nurler-Jnurn- n Klnnet Ky horse mules, For Sale Pair two yearlings and one colt. Register ed Duroc boar and some young boars ready for service. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2, box 23. I WILL sell at Fox's stable, Danville, next county court dav, Monday, Oct. 18, a lot of fine colts, two and three years, old by Dorsey uolddust, Lincoln Chief, Mimic Wilkes and Paragon. F. Reid. Dr. W. M. Elliott bought of Mrs. R. iu print, and stretch the truth too to Its .o cni-- to blow about one's A. McGrath her house and 59 acres of land, adjoining Bryantsville, for $5,700. the snapping point that the cold truth doesn't get a whole lot of hearing iu George M. Patterson bought tho lot the ordinary neuppapcr "ad." where the picture show stands, from Romans and Elmore for $1,200. He The tendency to yell; which boon rnws tiresome. We talk in ordinnn has been granted a permit by the City tones. Thus: Council to erect a brick front building with metal sides and roof. Lancaster New Suit we're (honing, S 12.30, $15 mid 18.50, are as chuck full of Record. Mr. D. S. Carpenter, of Hustonville, style us an egg is of meat. owner of the great Dignity Dare, was here yesterday. He says his horse The beot ones aro Pile of St le make. made a splendid season and is in fine shape for tho winter. He has another That'll your guarantee mid our''. good horse in Silver Dare. This fine made tho past season at Bogue Smith's, 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. COUHIEK-OUUNA- ONLY $L50. Harry Jacobs, monts, H. B. NORTH CO TT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Your New Suit. y Iron and Rubber. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. (Iric-rli's- , ."OR SALE1 Htotk lrv Ufxxli, N'c)tloi. llnnlHiiri-- , lliiMun , Ar nixiut fair liuslni'. I II rnl utiiis (1. 11. REWARD. Ihi-lii- ll lf,U. MAItltlH.I iiiiiOrelinnl, Ky. una my J. J. BELDEN, Kor IIoum nml I irrlns l'.iintlriK niil Trlm- llltllK. l'aMT IlllllhltU, (Uli UUtl lAM'kHlllllll. lug rtlioiopitliil int J.J Iln tio.StnnfurU, Ky SURVEYING AN0 CIVIL NEERING. ENGI- four-year-o- ld I mil (irepiiml toitunll klmlsiit sur-)liiunit cl IU iiKlimrrlnK promptly My work, will Ix KuaninlitHl anil my prices lira U'rllf intuit MiiKIiiiikt urcull ma ovrr tliu tcU'plloilw tliroinlltliu llintomlllu Kxclmiiitf. on tbn county ro..1 tiihl tHi. Ihriiuith tin furiu, I Iish conclmlrd toolTvr n rvManl lor Infortunium lending to tbt condition of such x rsou or I will ii Klih turn of .i for Iruillna to tlii- - nrn-.- l nml coiiTktlou of any uirty or mrtlf, that tinM broken tlio liiUluonnii of my untfs.or ilmt Iim snwi-ilon nor torn ilo it any of my iintrs on tliu county ronil whlcli runs from tli.i lIu.toiiMlln turnpike to tho MllliilKeMlla turupIkH, throiiiili my farm, mm I willuHu tlm smiiM niuount for liiforiiiittlon IrniTliiK to tlm iirn-s- t unit con lotion of nny party or imrtl.'s ho In the f utura coin m It any of tlm nlKtt olTUks Wlliif.s my liiinil this loilulny of Auziut. e lulor-limllo- llr Ine u(Ti.rrU rouilili ritlil minoyanr luiiiHK I rom Iu briukliiKgato lutclii-- s nml txnrliiK ilown ami outls, catn, T.J.lllI.Urilt. WAtfr UMrJtIS'VRY. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. CONCRETING niiU.tu fuct. i nn luuktimi) thins fiuuir U'u run srrH hoiisa iIukii tuu ft nrv loit s you promptly hiiiI Ktmriiil' nwiUTliu Cull niul K"t our prlcvs workitml Iwforti uu buy iir niiiirrml nt (oust. first-clas- Stanford Court. There were about 1,400 cattle at Nunnclley's new pens yesterday and the greater portion of them changed hands. Prices ranged from 3 to 41c. It was the biggest cattle day seen in Stanford in years and the buyers and sellers were greatly, pleased with the new pens. Mr. I. M. Bruce U with the Messrs. Nunnelley and will remain with them. M. J. Far-ri- s, of Danville, bought about 200 cattle J. M. Roberts, of Pulaski, sold 50 at 3.35 to 4c. S. G. Brown sold 20 at 3 to 4c. Lots of mulo colts were sold at $50 to $90. Tho horse market was Wnrln pusltton tuilonll klnils tit iucii us Itlotk Work, l'uiini,iits fl Z. a'lrr:. Tflllsiv.R. --9t-aiill-.Kio.l, .ii r.',-- .. wJ tsa do btlltr (or yuu ill J:4 thin Cccil or rti n.f.v. inrrAnmiuinn tnrl..i. ?;, ; -- .'. r iinirciK. uCX Ul ie Urtlr$, Wfun Ut wrrkly pnte Inl and ship. !gi. WcluusoHCOl Dayslrcc. tlM 4, . Under taKers and Embalm Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattinga.Ruge. They will exchange Furniture for all Kin is of Stock. Give Them Call. Price Right. Lexington Trot THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD STAKES PHILLIPS BROS.,! Hnnfonl, Kv. FINE FARM IN GARRARD TY FOR SALE I COUN- fl. SABCZ, CatALtucB SONS, im LOUISVILLE, IC.HirMSL lata KY. en. OCT. 5 TO 16 STtrVFOKD. - KENTUCKY. quiet. J. Honey Comes In Bunches. ttatts'assMW C. McClary, Undertaker. Embalmer and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, KY- , To A. A. Chisolm, of Treudwoll, N. V , now. His reason Is well worth reading: "For a long time I sulTerod from Indigestion, torpid Hvor, constipation, nervousness and general do blllty," he writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no appetite nor ambition, grow weaker every day In spite of all medical treat-wen- t Then used Ulectrlo Ultterx. Twelvo bottles restored ull my old time health ami vigor. Now I can attend to bublneis every day. Its a wonderful medicine." Infallible for stomach, liver, kldnojs, blood and nerve. 50o at Penny's Druj; Store. tho open uir $85,000 Other Sensational Races Daily. PURSES Tuesday, Oct. 5 Tuesday, Oct. S Thursday, Oct. 7 $21,000 FUTURITY 3,000 TENNESSEE 5,000 TRANSYLVANIA 3,000 CUP STAKE GREAT 2:03 PACE $5,000 TROTTING HANDICAP IVrsonsloomnn lor sum uiacupifase wriiu .u, walkk, mnnioru. or sou A finii Uuu unui fnrm lor i,n sltiiattHl on und six miles nuwiilko iirnr I'nlnt Iy.mi-1Mjutu of IJinciuler. I'ontnlniiiK 3i iicri's, ll locutisl In uimhI iniibirliool, llntf part of tlm John Vulki r Iruol, wlthu hniiil-oin- o resliluucn new, torj Sfwu-rrxu- u tlinrion, with ull iifi ar outhiilhlluKsaml Kooil, now Uti u 4tixM. Wvll Hulvrril. six fnllliiK spiluiis una envk runiilnu throunh. K. null In hiinil Ixilnllfe onrt lllld Tkhuh two )iur (ruin iln vol sulu, Unrluif six wr Li-iutiirt'st until pnhl. to Dinwiddie & Co., nur Monday.Oct.il Friday, Oct. 9 Thuraday, Oct 14 1LUE GRASS JARM FOR SALEI Mr tliin lltue tiluvgrns furni. 31. miles West of Jlustoilllle. unu mile from Pike unit Unrpenter's Hlntton, couslitlmt of Dili ITCS OI riCII, IIIUCKrUSS lirlll, III VUlMlVVlf iml. ull lii units, 'this fnrm cun Im imiumI- ly UhlUul to itUvuutnue so us to bnen aoiul mivssury on racli plroot also nil Iilllifl.l 111 Uoutbuild- SfllllirH. fnrm Itiv. I..... oiily'oueungleliilliu's. There are DWELLING HOUSE Hustonville, Ky.i Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-d- ate Webers Prize Band of America BLANCHE BEnNDT-MEHAFFEY, Three Stock Barm, One Good Tobacco Barn, Two Stables. one tenant house, good water in etery flelil)U Ustlun sprlugii. with three streams runDing turougii Yfuoie tract. President Taft preached a sermon ,i SquaM-Siloi- s. at Fresno, Cat, at In , Sunday. Ottinoa;Ut, Jlfct Horu:rncn Sam Benton, a is dead of typhoid fever well-know- n Londoa. carpenter, IN DAILY, ONE FARE ON RAILROADS CONCERTS J. Stasia - Csrntr, IIl'ltTONVIf.LHKr of goods.