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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE iNTEIiOP jOURNALi I I j YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 15 1009 NO 66tt CHURCH MATTERS At tho Baptist Sunday School atDan ville Sunday 342 answered to roll call Evangelist A S Jeffries has Just closed a meeting at Poplar Grovo church in Casey which resulted In 33 ad litiOM The PresVyterlan Synod of KcntucRy- Is holding IU lOath session at Lexing ton Rev Dr W1L Miley of Louisville was elected Moderator The centennial celebration of the Die ciple of Chrlat In progrew at Pitts burg Ie being attended by thousands of members of the denomination The TinsloySmlth meeting closed hero Sunday night with 32 additions 21 t sty baptism Ono lady woe baptized who Is 81 years oldLlberty News Rev Leonard W Doolin of Louis ville will assist tho pastor Rev Rod dy In a protracted meeting which wil begin at the Baptist church In Harrods j burg Nov 1 Eld Joseph BnllouB subject at tho Christian church Sunday morning will bo Fortuno Tolling If A largo audi coca will likely greet Lincoln countys grand old man Rev Dr Dosker of tho Presbyterian Theological Seminary Louisville was elected Moderator of tho Kentucky Synod which opened lu tenth annual session at Lexington Tuesday Rov R W Blnkley of Wcatherford Tex has accepted tho call to tho pas toratooftho Eleventh Itreet Preaby tcrlan church Bowling Green succeeding novo W D Hunter who resigned to go to Tennessee Tho ladles of the Christian church sent their missionary society president Mrs A a Gibbons as their delegate to the National Convention at Pittaburg this week This is a deserved oomph ment to Mrs Gibbons as she has serve ed tho society most faithfully for the past six yearn as president Advocate Following Is tho program for tho Sun day school Union of the South Kentucky Association to bo held with tho Baptist church nt Liberty Oct 30 and 31 7 V M Introductory sermon Eld W G Tilford Alternate Eld J L Owens Sunday morning Oct 31 900 Call to order and opening remarks by Presi dent followed by devotional services 930 Address of Welcome W S Allen 045 Response to Address of Welcome T S Benson 1000 Sunday School Ex j excises 1100 Proper Use of Lesion Helps President M G Murphy and Mrs Laura Leo 1130 Report of Sun day Schools and Collection for Benefit of the Union 115 Devotional Ser vices 130 Tho Master Teacher State Secretary Wm J Mahony and Eld J L Owens 200 Tho Country Sunday School Its Educational Opportunite T S Benson Its Organization and Equipment Eld Chu Martin Ita Dif ficaltles and Triumphs Eld K G Mar J tin 300 Should Union Literature bo Used if Not Why NotT Elds A G t Coker and J A Singleton 330 How 1All may Help in a Great Work Secro I It 0 Dally 346 Miscellaneous 700 Eld Wm J Mahony Alternate Eld A G Coker J W Acton Pro to gram Committee OTTENHEIM Sam Dudderar was In this section measuring rock J D Morgan has bought a portion of t fio Russell tract of land about 148 acres Thn recent showers have been u great bloislng as tho ground was getting dry I and water scarce F L Davis nnd Fred have formed a partnership In tho blacksmith business and will bo prepared to do general work In that line at moderato prices W P Klncald of Garrard was In this section Friday Inspecting tobacco and leaving bids on tho weed 12ic being tho highest price offered but we havo heard of no sales G Terry and Dink Farmer were In section last week electioneering have got the people confused who tInot very well acquainted with thbm ey resemble each other so much In and voice that they are y to pledge their votes for fear they will pledge to the wrong man The Covmgton Board CPark Com rnlwlonera refused to accept the offer of a tract of 14 acres pf lapis In Qqving ton to be used as a park Several months ago they were offered this land by Arthur Goebelr wealthy Cincinnati merchant Mr Goebel tjold thorp In so many words that he wanted the park named for his brother to be known as tlTho William Goebel Park and said that ho would Improve it would place buildings In the tract and would make the park one of the most beautiful in Northern Kentueky A tickling ordry cough ctn boqulck ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium po chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store The Magnolia flouring mile at Mays Vville burned a JIOJOOO lore e iI MIDDLEBURG An infant son of Mr and Mrs W Taylor died and was buried in MiddleIburg cemetery Rov A S Jeffers closed a at tho Poplar Grove Baptist church Fri day night with 37 additions to tho churchProf Charles Sullivan of Cincinnati will lecture at the Baptist church here Friday night Isle theme Fads Fash ions and Faces will likely draw a good crowd There will be a maIM convention of tho dcmocratsof Middleburg and Wall town voting precincts at Yosemite next Saturday Oct 1C for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for magistrate to be voted for at tho November elec tion The county campaign seems to be dragging along quietly Neither party seems to hoop busy as it might be It Is presumed that the republicans think they havn It and the democrats think they can not got it and so matters go easy with both Tljero is a stock company being form ed to extend tho telephone line known as the Farmers line from C Bastins store Its present terminus to this place This will put us In touch with tho Eastern and Southern part of the county and also with points In Lincoln and Pulaski counties and will be of great convenience to our people and thosq on tho line Mr and Mrs It B Young spent last week In Louisville attending the Bank ers Convention W T Miller loft Sun day for Now Castle Ind to visit his sister Mrs Spurlin Sharp Mrs Jane Miller returned Friday from Constan tine Mich after an extended visit to her son W M Oaks Miss Battle Wal ter of Rubble came home with Miss Nannlo Adams and spent several days with her Dr J M Hancy spent last week with his folks In PulaskL Henry McAninch went to Louisville this week Dr J M Blair of Russell county republican nominee for the Legislature was hero looking over tho field The doctor did not impress any ono very favorably not even those of his own party but ho Is a fair specimen of Legis utivo timber usually sent out by tho republicans of Russell county It is reo- ported that ho was loaded for bear or some other kind of game when ho was here but wo did not investigate hence we do rot vouch for the truthfulness of tho story Dr Blair may not be as brilliant as one would expect of a Representative but has sense enough to draw his pay and that is about all wo are expecting of him For Prohibition Gen Fred D Grant is now a total abstainer and an advocate of prohlbl Lion of tho liquor business Hero is an extract from his speech made at Chica go Because I have seen that strong drink has been the cause of untold mis cry to Individuals to families and to communities I believe that prohibition would be of Inestimable benefit to this country and to the world Ifsaid Gen Grant I am convinced that its hon set enforcement would solvo many of tho social problems of tho land I have favored tho cause of prohibition all of my life Not that I have always been a total abstainer for I have not been although I am one now but I havo con sistently believed that tho liquor traffic was a source of ovil As my belief was strengthened by my own observations I decided that the cause demanded more than passive acknowledgment of IU truth So I am an outand out prohibi tionist Frightful Averted I would have beoua crlpplo for life from a terrible cut on my knee cap writes Frank Dlsbury Kclllher Minn without Ducklens Arnica Salvo which soon cured mo II Infal lible for wounds nits nnd brujscs It soon cures burns scalds old sores bolts skin eruptions Worlds best for piles 25o at Pennys Drug Store A Knoxvllle dispatch says that Mrs Eliza Leftis aged 55 years a wealthy widow has entered the public schools as a pupil in the first grade She goes to school with her two grandchildren She baa learned her letters since school started and can figure to the rule of three They have arrested a follow out at Pasadena Calas a dangerous lunatic when all ho wanted to do was to tell Mr Taft how to run the government And there are thousands of them run ning at large Frankfort Journal Dont you hato to find a worm when youre eating fruit Tit Well not so much as finding half a wormlPuck Breathe Hyomel and euro catarrh No etgmaoh dosing Complete outfit Including Inhaler f1 Guaranteed bi- O L Penny Druggist i j 1n NEWS NOTES tE Pcnnington a drummer with headquarters pt London is dead John C Roberts of Louisville was given six years in the Federal prison for counterfeiting The Anarctic expedition of Lieuten ant Shackloton is said to have cost be tween 150000 nnd 200000 Dr Frederick Cook is making on an average of 13000 per night telling how he discovered the North isle Tho home of John Frances in Perry county was destroyed by fire and his littlu son perished In the flames Burley tobacco pool leaders believe 76 per cent of the crop in Shelby coun ty will be pledged before October 20 Tho mercury dropped to 17 nt Nor folk Neb Wednesday Considerable snow has fallen in the North and West Four passengers were killed and a number wounded by a train on tho Houston Texas Central running into a burning bridge Several thousand miners have been given employment by the resumption of the operation of coal mines in Southeastern Kentucky Hon II J McLaurin farmer State Senator and brother of United States Senator A J McLaurin Is dead at Rolling Fork Miss William Romonoskl recently released from Lakeland Asylum was stricken with Insanity again at Covington and beat his aged mother with his fists Four men were killed ono was fatal ly injured and others were lees seriously hurt in a collision near Greenville Tex on the Missouri Kansas and Texas railroadIMrs Jcnnlo Hussoy widow of Alex Hussey committed suIcide at Caney villc shooting herself In tho temple with a revolver She loft eight child rentNo cause is assigned for tho act Tho legs of a woman were found in a dress suit case near Tfvert n R I The legs were wrapped In a New Bed ford newspaper of Sundays date The authorities believe the woman was mur dered in Now Bedford Judge E K Gates of Curryvlllc Mo has whiskers 72 incites long which ho keeps tucked inside his shirt with the ends tied about his waist For public display ho keeps out a second set that comes down his shirt front A gulf hurricane swept Key West the Florida coast and Havana Key West Is filled with wreckage and tho property losathere is estimated at 2 000000 Tho damage at Havana is placed at 1000000 Several lives were lostBinding and gagging the night chief clerk and his assistant and carrying them to an unoccupied partof the build ing a lone holdup man robbed the office of the Great Northern Express Company at tho King street station SeattleThe United States Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed tho decision of the lower Federal Court sentencing Charles W Morse the former banker and steamship capitalist to 15 years im prisonment In the Federal prison at At lanta Ga- Under the terms of the will of Mrs Sarah Morris widow of Nelson Morris Chicago packing house magnate who met her death In an automobile acci dent on the continent September 16 bequests of nearly 400000 are made to charitable institutions Stockton California voted to repeal tho ordinance passed a year ago for the Sunday closing of saloons By a ma jority of CO It was decided that the saloons should bo closed on Sundays Af ter more than 12 months of Sunday closing the majority In favor ot open ing the saloons Is 585 The commissary general of the army finds that as compared with last year the cost of the soldiers ration has gone up from 1965 cents to 216 cents a day an increase of 185 cents or nearly 1Q per cent This means that the United States will pay out more than 1600000 for food for Its army this year than it did last Tho BedRook of Success Lies In a keen clear brain backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from tho splendid health that Dr Kings Now Life Pills Impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon Llzemoro W Va writes They are the best pills lover used 23o at Pennys Drug Store John Henry Tuonias of the Liberty News gives this splendid advice Dont fall to tell your wife occasionally that you still love her else sho may look for some other fellow to tell her something of that kind You surely dont want her to love somebody else instead of you HealthCoffee Is tho i cleverest imitation of real coffee over yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt quts etc Fine in flavor Is made in just ono minute No 20 or 30 mlnijtcs tQdlpus bqlling Sample free Pennys Drugstore IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Samuel Benton aged 33 Is dead of typhoid fever at London An unknown white man was killed in the railroad yard at Danville Parksvllle district will vote on the stock law jit the regular November election I Wickliffe son of Judge W L Bru ner of Laurel Is dead after a protract illnessThomas i Roo who was knocked from n moving freight tram and injured was given 2000 damages against the L N by the Whitley circuit court Cherokee Ed Baumewtcr the Louisville Wild Westerner has bought for 25000 a farm of 530 acres near Lebanon and will quit playing wild westJudging from the amount of enthus iasm displayed by the temperance peo pie this early in the local option cam paign they must be preparing to wago n harder fight than they made in 1906 Somerset Journal C 0 Hardin superintendent of the mines of tho Edge wood Company was killed and seven other men were in Jured two probably fatally In an accl dent on an incline near Middlesboro Joseph Severance of Lebanon died at Bardstown of pulmonary trouble aged about 35 years at tho home of his slater Mrs Arch Cox He Is sur vived by his mother and three sisters DECEASED Edith Blanche Roberta died at her fathers S G Roberts homo at Maywood Tuesday Sept 28 of typhoid fever after an illness of three weeks and was buried at Highland Sept 29 after Rev Cook had made an appropriate address Blanche was an earnest Christian being a member of the Methodist Episcopal church at Highland Sho departed this lifo leaving in tho memory of all who knew her as a kind and gentle girl Shi In tho first of her illness realized she was go Ing to cross the great river called Death and asked in her prayers for all her loved ones to meet her in tho great beyond saying If God calls I am ready Sho leaves a father and moth er and sovnral brothers and sisters as well as a host of friends to mourn her departure True it is said Gone but not forgotten Why weep for her who serenely to her final rest has pass od while the soft memory of her vir tues yet linger like twilight hues when tho bright sun has set tit F G W Thy Hosiery The socks I darn for thee dear heart Mean quite a pile of work to me I count them over every one apart Thy hosiery thy hosiery Each sock a mate two mates a pair To clotho thy feet in storm and cold- I count each sock unto the end and find Ive skipped a hole Oh carelessness this thy reproof See how it looms across my sole- I grind my teeth and then in very truth I darn that bole sweetheart I darn that holo I ItsTapes NotchDoer Great deeds compel regard Time world crowns itw doers Thats why tho American p90plo havo crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the king of Throat and lung remedies Every atom is a healtblforco It kilts germs and colds and lagrippe vanishes It heals coughracko membranes and coughing stops Sore Inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs aro cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Gao Moore Black Jack N C writes hIt cured mo of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by nil doctors 50 t 81 Trial bot tlo free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storage The following ore the richest widows in the world Mrs Edward H Herri man 100000000 Mrs Russell Sage 70000000 Mrs Hetty Green60000 000 Mrs William B Leeds 30000 000 Mrs Phoebe Hearst 30000000 Mrs James Henry Smith 18000000 Mrs George M Pullman 15000000 Mrs Corn 1a Vanderbilt Sr 15000 000 Mrs Morris K Jesup 10000000 Mrs William K Thaw 7500000 Mrs Mrs Potter Pa mqr7600OQOi Mrs H H Rogers Tota 368 000000 R It Is the weak nerves that aro cry- Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Hearten Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak inside nerves with Dr Sboops Restorative and see how fast good health will came to you I again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store I Buxlev WhyMaeronauts tell us that a womans voice can be Distinctly heard at an altitude of 3520 yards i TrimbleQreatCaeearl It must have been my wife I Cp lIE jn and let us show the 100 Davenport that we will give sway on Jan let 1910 Cummins iWearen I qUBBN qUALITY i i4 HOBS FOR LADZE r 1 jJ- wi JH rJ1Utt21rurl1 Why not buy a Shoe that has the Style holds its Shape and Wears Longer where it Costs you just the same+ That strong lining in the f Queen Quality iv Shoe fi gives it durability and holds its shape Some new styles just received Come in andletus- fit V M your foot correctly i j Cummins 6c Weareil STANFORD KENTUCKY the Cincoltti outny national lank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 50000CO- Surplus 4p0006p Resources 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W1 BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESiDENT ft J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVYS DIRECTORS J B Owaley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Goo W CarterStanfpr I John U Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Rankin TrayldrGilbertsII Cummins Ircachorsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek I you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by- E T FENCE STANFORD KY FIRST NATIONAL BANK f STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J 882 CAPITAL STOCK 1 0 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216 00 r S Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customrs We Solicit Your Account 1 v r81 OFFICERS J S Hooker President S T Harris VicflPresident ii M John J McRober Cashier =TJICBaugWan Asst Casbr VV Saunders Bookkeeper a lotFateidM D Ejmore J M Pettus H C P Cummins 1SW B ODaoopp J S Hocker C E Tater i The Interior Journal r E C WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket sFor Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealth Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN f of Mercer For State Senator R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county S For Ilepreseutatlve W H SHANKS r For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURGH 1 For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff V v L MCCARTY l For County Court Clerk GEORGE BSOOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER i For Assessor JOHN Co PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON- For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE For Maglitrate Crnb Orchard District RH BRONAUGH For Magistrate nu tonvllle District IKHELMSR For Magistrate Waynesburg District JOHNIMCAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH JOE MAGEE Is a candidate for Police Judge of Crab Or chard subject to tho action of the demo ratio party and asks your support PERY is still trying to prove that Dr Cook did not reach the North Poland e tues the testimony of two Eskimba used by Dr Cook to show that he did not Ret out of the sight of land Dr Cook replies by saying that the Es kimos hid kept faith with him concern ing his instructions to them that they were not to reveal his discovery to J Peary nor any of his party The Brook explorer declares that he will have 4theEskimos that went with him to the in America next Year and that they will verify every detail of his jour neys in the polar regions I EDITOR TIM NEEDIIAM has sold the Williamstown courier to R L West ver and S M Billiter who have con solidated it with the Grant County News Both of tho latter are experienced newspaper men and will keep up a the standard of the Courier Mr Need ham who has gotten rich out of the newspaper business will now take things easy and enjoy life ONLY a little over two weeks remain until the November election A great deal of work can be done for the gran old democratic party in that time Ge busy and do your share Lincoln coun ty ought to give a democratic majority of at least 500 and we shall expect he to do itISENATOR FLINT of California doesI not want to go back to the U S SenI ate because he is a poor man and feelsI that it his duty to leave his family a competence should he be called sudden ly hence Evidently Senator Flint Is not on to the ways of Washington WILLIAM TRAVBRS JEHOMB has de cided that the peopleof New York do not want him to continuo as district at torney and has withdrawn from the race His cruel treatment of Evelyn Thaw no doubt weakened him with the people r CALEB POWERS will speak at Liberty at 1 P M Nov 1 He could tell his hearers a good deal aboutthe assaseina tion of Gov William Goebel but its dollars to doughnuts that he will not do so I WE deeply sympathize with Editor John G Pulliam of the Harrodsburg Herald who was called on to take the life of a fellow man We are confident that he was entirely justifiablef 1LAURELcounty has tf democratic candidate for county judge named Angel It would take a sure enough angel to overcome the big republican majority n that county POLITICAL Congressman J Campbell CantrillI has announced for reelection no opposition thus fartt Precinct In Bourbon county today to nominate a f democratic candidate for school superin tendent to succeed Prof McChesney deceasedWilliam T Davis of Pineville has announced for circuit judge of the 26th t district against Judge M J Mow who defeated him for the republican by about 600 t W O Smith of Greenville demo cntttc nominee for Repreeentlvej h II withdrawn from the race because fears he will weaken the rest of democratic ticket He says unfounded reports have been started on him which will defeat him beyond doubt The republicans in Mercer are experiencing trouble in keeps- their candidates on the track FI of the nominees have already wit drawn from the respective races more will likely follow They must have seen the handwriting on the wallAdvocateIt that L T Neat Republican nominee for State Senator In the 16th Senatorial district is eligible for the position should he electedby reason of his citizenship New Mexico less than six years lIgo and the republicanslwill nominate another man Adair News Judge Anderson of the United States District Court at Indianapolis refuse an order applied for by the Department of Justice for the removal If Delavan Smith and Charles R Williams proprietors of the Indianapolis News to the District of Columbia for trial on the charge of criminal libel in the Panama Canal controversy Judge Andersons opinion was a scathing arraignment of the prosecutors and he said the News comments were justified by the facts Charles R Crane of Chicago who was recalled from San Francisco as he was about to sail for Pckin to take up his duties as Minister to China w practically dismissed by Secretary Knox Mr Crane wiring his resignation to President Taft after being requested to do so by the Secretary of State The Minister designate is accused of talk- Ing too much and letting out diplomatic secrets In reply Mr Crane gave out a scorching interview in which he intimates that the Department of State deliberately set about to bring about his retirement and Insists that all h said was done with President Tafts approval and by the presidents request Interesting developments are expected to follow MATRIMONIAL John Adams and Miss Maggie Clark each 21 were made one here on the 9thGeorge Bastin and Miss Addle Leo Davison were joined in wedlocks bog bonds at H T Davisons yesterday Miss Rebecca Cox Johnson oldest daughter of Congressman Ben Johnson and Daniel Talbott both of Bardstown were married Tuesday- PENNINGTONLEEAt the homo of her aunt Mrs Hugh Reid Miss isle Paxton Pennington was married Wednesday afternoon to Mr Lenus Virgil Lee of Middlesboro Owing to illness in the family the marriage was a very quiet affair only about a dozen close friends and relatives being present Dr A S Moffett of Lebanon per formed the ceremony and Dr T W Pennington and MrJ Welch Roches ter stood with them while the marriage vows were being taken The bride wlis is one of the sweetest prettiest and best girls in this or any other section wore a traveling suit of blue broadcloth with hat to match She was an exceedingly handsome bride and tll man who had won her heart and hen had a right to feel proud of her The ista cI a gentleman in all the word means He is a brother of Mr Frank Lee marmodel habits and excellent morals He and his bride start out in life undermost auspicious circumstances and heres hoping that never a cloud of trouble will overtake them They left on the 527 train for Louisville and thence to Indianapolis where they will visit the grooms sister Before going to Middlesboro Mr and Mrs Lee will spend a short while at LaGrange the grooms old home A number of wedding presents were received by the contracting parties attesting to somo extent the high estimation in which they are held by their many friends A petition asking President Taft for clemency toward Charles W Morse the former banker is being prepared for circulation among prominent business men and financiers of the East Morses attorneys are striving to have the United States Supreme Court grant him a new trial but in case of defeat an Executive pardon will be his only means of escape from the sentence of 5 years imprisonment recently at firmed by the Federal Circuit Cout of Appeals r The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventics will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo Try them I 4825c Drug StoreIS S The thirteenth annual meeting of the Kentucky United Daughters of the Confederacy held at Hopkinsvllle entertained Mrs Caroline Meriwether Goodlett of Nashville Tenn founder of the organization as guest of honorI Mrs Mattie Bruce Reynolds of Cov ington presided Mlona Is guaranteed by O L Pen ny to cure indigestion or money back Relieves distressed stomach belching or gas Etc in live minutes Large C box OcI0 r This and That IeThey are playing loot ball by elect IeJlght Cincinnati Senator William Lindsay Is again Ain the point of death at his home FrankfortC Lasalle of HartingavIHe Lvofird8 te course winter The tobacco barnof John T bullhopear of tobacco CobnlIe aurora Giasgow Times Marlon C Roberts who conducted his own case was acquitted of the chary of having in his possession and at tempting to pass counterfeit money In Louisville John C Edmunds one of the m prominent farmers in Barren county committed suicide at his home near Oil City by shooting himself and later cu tins his throatISix members of the crew of the steamer George Stone including Cap George Howell were drowned at Point Pelee Ont in lake Erie Eight menI started for shore in the yawl and six were drowned two reaching the shore safely The remainder of the crow- S were rescuedIAlexander Ward 83 years old who died on the Washita River Oklahoma 1would never permit a watch or clock in I his home He never entered a house where a clock was and he would n trade at a store where a clock was to be seen He said that clocks tick ro minded him that he was so much nea er the grave Pittsburg took the lead in the great- S battle now being waged for the base ball championship of the world by doI featlng Detroit by the score of 8 to 4 r in the fifth game of the series stForbe Field at Pittsburg Wednesday home run by Manager Fred Clarke in the seventh inning turned the tide in favor 9f Pittsburg The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows in session at Mayfield elected I N Wil i llama of Lexington Grand Mastery Lynn T Gruger of Shelbyville Depot- Grand Master Otto Abredth of New port Grand Warden R G Elliott of Lexington secretary B J Durham of Danville Treasurer B M Amett Grand Representative At a conference of eight bishops o rythe Raman Catholic province of Cinch n rat held at the residence of Archbish op Moeller in Cincinnati the names of three candidates were selected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Bishop McCloskey of Louisville These names will be forwarded to Rome and the Pope will choose the late bishops 1 successor from them The choice lies between the Kt Rev D J 0 DonoI p1CronmLouisville FOR SALE I 3Htock Dry floods Notion Orocerle areTinwnre Ac stout ttW Do ling tale business Mlxrnl terns O II II ARUIH Crab Orchard Ky J J BELDEN For House and Carriage Trim ming Taper Gun and Locksmith ling Hhop opposite dtJIOtIJJ liRLDKN Stanford Ky T IHOME FORSALEI One story of rooms and al necessary outbuildings Lot contains on acre Into cow lot on which Is room barn buggy house corn crib etc Uood Igarden spot This Is a desirable place beet of Whttleynnd streets A H UOLTZOLAW Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My woe will ba guaranteed and my prices uro rca onable Write mo at McKinney or call over the telephone through the llustonvlllo Exohnnge WA trEit MCKINNEY Creditors Notice I All creditors of the Hnntlngton Iroduc- A Feed Huntington W Va nr hereby notified to present their claim against said concern proven as I assign undersignedoevatth within I m uay from tIe date hereof LOVETT t EVANS Asslgnoeei Dated at Durnllde r ttu The Truth I Every person in this city who issuE fering from Eczema Pimples Dandruff or any form of skin or scalp disease can find relief and be permanent ly cured by Zemo a clean liquid foi external use All durggists sell ZEMC PENNYS DRUGSTORE FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I I A flue blue grass farm for sale situated on I plko near Polut L nvelt and six miles Lancaster containing 2X1 acres I well located In neighborhood being port of the John Walker tract with a somo now two stary novenrooin residence thereon with all necessary outbuildings and ufligthrough nndtwopaldI place please write r see W O WAXKHB Stanford TICIceilingdrowneIand oak Jesse Olarkson MoKlnuey Ky I NOTICE I mureetbo governor for a pardon anti nil who ub totSALEthtaI 11tlll toll n Olothlng HUoo umlGiMiU Fur nlshlug store loruttu In the boat town In theddsAudreu JtJ care Intvrlor Journaldh + n ek MASONS MEET 1oPtLincoln Lodge A M will moot In staled communication on each lint and third Monday nights ot each oclock In their hall on main streceLMien lord Ky Members of sister lodges Ire Ira ternully Invited to be present T W Pen ulngton Hoc tB D CARTER v Now Llvorv Depot Street t1phonefloe STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE I We have moved our produce hldo and business from dyers stable to our tore recently purchiw t of Oarland MIll gleton two door from pottomce Wo Mill pay cash for oil kinds of country produce LAntIADDCIIAYAYHlnnlOnlKyNOTICE The Farmer Drug Co of Lawrencvbure huts Kurtto Tonic on sale Ht It Hnu Mienowino te n wine glass full three time n day- It la d by the best physicians In the Htate Ouaranleetl to tore stomach mlr111 by their salesman Vr nJQallldy Sale of Blue Grass Farm I owillonAat about J P M In front of the National liankln Iluttonvtlle Ky oHer for sale at soresIabouttlve purchaser will lw shown over the place by J W who now lire on It Possnsilon will IM given Jan 1 IV10 Terms will be announced on day of sale 1AxtorY Rheumatism Hkeafdistorted chroalo erlpplst ear tare boaj rroWbl Dickb11Mb a1o That illmPlbRut J can now larals kW lb plAl aaa pup ox this devlorabja disease la GettnaA with a Camlft fat tat CJtr e- DarmstadtL found the dart toxrtdltat with Which Dr ftboopl RbeumMle Reratdy was mad s perfected dependable pmolpUoo Without that lftlatTOlleat I succMtfullr m BUST mur casM of RhuouiUsB bat n lad IItaU Conn cure all cunbl taM oiil1 b ntolen much dreaded disease Tbos saa4Uk tmeuUr wMtct found In RheuinatlcBlood seestodlMom and pas away WIder the action cpi this r adr M Ireelyudoeasure wbeG added to purl wets And then wbfG dllblred tDe polon081 wastes from the system and th cans el IIUleumtIam Is fencer Th re II now no cubeJp We sill aodlaronaceleaAaltaooawiiad Dr Whoops Rheumatic Remedy s PENNYS DRUG STORE PUBLIC SALE j- p I will well at public sale to the highest bid tier ou- 8ATUIIDAY OUT S 119 about UV acres of land lying In Rockcastlo county Ky adjoining U Mndlsou county line on the North and bordering on tho lt-N railroad 54 mile trout lloonx station and Leyvtdedlntothicepurcebatwitte0acrealylug on w about W acre lying on till Houthwvst side of the llcteu Jat Hopt Itoundtitonecoun and about 610 acres lying on the Northeast side of said road The three par cell of land will be offered separately iirvl tbonain whole This laud Is unimproved exceptaenutllbaxhouse Has a line young growth of some hickory poplar nnd pine There Is oUiit 10 to l0 acres level land with everlasting water and can CtheTKKMH Ouo half cash when dead paynientlmade the remalntlerln two ellunl tiniNtldIUtk1willoTitle good for further Information call on or write W V Irowltt Keren Ky Harrison Dugcr who lives near the farm will show anyone over It who wishes to look at lame before the day of sale Hale to begin At 11 AM KyaPOSTED whose names appear below strictly forbid bunting fishing or any kind or Ire passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law I Miss Mattie Howes Itelchenbach Bros I Fred llnumnnn AT Trnylor lillburnCJooch NH Ilummer Will Hester 11 Nunneiley J W Haughinnn J W Peek J K Bruce llavld Htevans JohnOamentscb WmOordlerifDan Traylor lotllbOllck Fred lIandort J J 1homplon n DL Anderson J P Moser Mr and Mrs Jan II Kads A Kllxisa Mrs NJ Horton J J Elliott Mm Otto FtORnn wn Dougherty Frank Cordler Ilev Father Leo Dr O O Perry H It Ueugh inn VonlnelhH D Mra Mllrgnrt Oboch Jacob Ollnder OeoUUIVOIIS W II Traylor Kam iloiwrts John Jufor Amend Hohnofer M J Hofmann KT IlOKzloy A UMatbeny Ii HUarner MrsJILOweley DL J Morgan Ile JlIogaley HTIlarrla ILO Watkins JO Hundley II HUrow Mr Nannie B Good U K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Itonecker W M lllshon Fred Vonflruenlgail T Ii DaugbUlontIn Kate Ador Nlc n Oarpentor MoserJohnChristian Jacob Tom Kerrlll W W Pitman Fred I nyk 1 Easy Eeet I 1yt i t i 1HNo man can work or think with wet or hurjt ing feet We have aJfew Shoes that are Dry Easy and Dressy You have to come to us I for them No one else can furnish them The t jWrLblizzardER BOOTEE a genuine calf skin leather a lined fromtop to toe at 500 t4 4 I g J HtfJ McROBERTS I 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY I O L Penny R H Coffey E R Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP I TRY OUR I Talcum Powders SJlongeetS Bath Brushes Toilet and Bath Soaps AND ESPECIALLY Our Ice Cold Soda Water with Jersey Cream and Fine Fruit Flavors PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky iT t I 1- t BUY wtThe Improved SuiI perior Grain Drills from r I o i 1t I W H HIGGINSIStanford Kentucky 1 1 j J t 4- I Ii 4fIf iI A 0 v y i DEAR in AND MRS BUYER We occupying the place of seller realize we must get to 4 f 4 i l6geth r if there is any business done We believe we have done our part by scouring the country for the best values to be obtained in our lines We believe too that our long ex i f parlance enables us to select the class of merchandise you want We have also marked jk l v these goods at reasonable prices What we sell you must be as represented are your money back Isnt this a substantial bridge for you to cross and come to our store If you will coma in look our goods over and get our prices there will be business done Yours truly t JJ SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYt The Interior Journal fJrAitroiiD KY OCT 15 190 O t 4 SPECIAL Joan of Arc10 cent cigar w will sell on Saturdays and Sundays only I 6 centa straight Pennys Drug Store v PERSONALS beeIn I J Wednesday REV C J SIPPLE of London wall here yesterday f Miss MARY BRUCE spent several day at Crab Orchard MRS II a UUPLEV is with friend in Bullitt county MB A C SINK was at Crab Orchard writing insurance I MR W W WADS was down iron Corbin this week MRS ANNA D VAKARSDALE la ted I LiAcastcr relatives DR J D OWBLEY Is thought to bo somewhat Improved j MR Join H HOCKER of Kansas City is with his mother here MRS EUZA BLAIN has returned fro 1d a visit to Danvillo relatives i c MR AND MRS J S RIDE arc vislttn her mother and sister at Gave City Miss MINNIE WOODS has return I from a visit to friends in Lexington I Miss BELLE DENNY has gone to Pa t sadcna CaL to spend a few weeks MRS It C HOCKFK has returned from a visit to her parents in Madison t WO MARTIN Sam Spoonamoro sit Lee ttuplcy went to Lexington Tuea dayJ L B COFFEY has been given place at the Frankfort 1Juatd MARGARET LIVINGSTON is a the Pittsburg Convention thl 1tend J C FLORENCE attend I edthe postmasters convention in Lou JiVllle MRS ALICE PICKETT of Shelby coun ty la with her daughter Mrs Will Sev I erance MRS J E LYNN and Misses Marjorie o and Louise Lynn are visiting relative 9 In4 f panvllleED of Lancaster passed through to Detroit and Battle Creek Wednesday MISSES ALLEn BOURN of Garrard was tho guest of her sister Mrs W K Warner f t MR GEO A BENEDICT of Washing ton county was here mingling with cld friends this week Rev AND MRS D M WALKER an attending the Centennial celebration o tho Christian church at PitUburjr MRS J J DICKEY loft Tuesday to attend a missionary meeting down I n Georgia She will be absent 10 days MISSES ELIZABETH ALLEN of Millers hnR and Margaret Bogie of Mt Sterling aro guests of Miss Saliio Tay WoodsMRS P THOMPSON und son 1James Robert of Lebanon Junction hcrlparents Mr and Mrs I M Warren I Doc DRYE of Hustonvllle is tobacco for the Boylo County Ware house Danvlllt George Cogar Co J proprietors CABDELL WOODS who is in Uncle Sama service with headquarters at Ft wltithat John Owsley Reid who went there t ttorid himself of rheumatism is doing atilt la already getting relief Mas F K TRIBDLB Is spending the week in Loutavlllo and taking in th horse show MrsIAHco Nowland of 1Mclienry is the guest of Mr and Mrs Advocate THE condition of Mr F P Combest who has been dangerously ill for tho I past month haslchanged for the better and some hopes aro entertained for his recovery but ho is atlll a very sick man suffering with a complicated liver I trouble Liberty News i LOCALS OLD papers for sale This office Conc to the suit show Friday Oct I 15th Severance Son Do not forgot to call for your tickets on that Davenport Cummins Wear en 1Fog itsWW Hays 1 at the Stanford Garage The best to be found FRESH homemade candy every Sat I urday Miss Ella May Saunders SEE onr lino of Sweater Coats they I are beauties Cummins Wearen I nAVE ono room for rent in Craf- e property Mrs Catherine McClary COME to the Suit and Skirt Show our store today Oct 15th Son HEATING and cooking stoves nt I you can not afford to pass over G Hopper 1Tu7J excursion to Cincinnati Sunday Train leaves Stanford depot at 6 A M FOR RENTFour room cottage wit h four acres of ground in good portion of Stanford Ed Hubbard Stanford TUB Lexington trotting races 1111 wind up a successful meeting to day Youll see some fine sport if you g overYoua attention calms totho advert tisement of the Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse which appears on our fourth pogo nBUYING Hifrt Schudner Marx clothes is making an investment not agt Cummins Wearena dTUG Danville Advocate announces fo commonwealths Attorney C A lIar din for circuit judge six years hence Ha wpuld make a good one- M THINGS must be in bad shaped Ii Boylo The Advocate says it wool take a continuous term of court from now until Jan 1 to clean up the docket latexnan yotu buy Miss s tonville Ky DR JOHN COOK theM barbcrvcterina rlan wears it understood that he is not tho Dr Cook who discovered the North pole Ho has been bothered consider ably by tho public asking him questions about tho frigid regio- nsI PICTURE of Postmaster J C Flor ence appeared In Wednesdays Courier Journal but his most intimate friends hardly recognized it Hn was in tho group of P MB attending tho Pot masters Convention in Louisville To PRINTERS This ofllce has forest a lot of display and body typo which has been used very little a medium sized imposlrg stone a lot of cases end sev oral cone pulleys Will go cheap ifsot d INTERIOR JOURNAL ofllce tStanford Ky IN tho effort to popularize the church smoking is allowed during services in ono at Dayton 0 It may como to pass that a follow can find all tho fun ho looking for without having to go to hi club or other places of amusement sirm ply by attending church CONSIDERADLE delay has been caused byIof an Atlanta firm to arrive It was gduo some timo in July and all of it has not yet come They must be slow coaches down in the Georgia capital MR J M ROBERTS democratic nom inee for sheriff of Pjilaskl county wa- h here at court Monday and told us tha things look good for him in his race If I am not greatly mistaken I soil collect tho taxes etc In Pulaski fo the next four years said he an heres hoping ho will ITUE Annual Farmers Institute x11 be held at Kingavlllo on Nov 3 and 4 Hon Charles Blandford former speak er of the Kentucky House and Mr II W Clayton a wellknown horticul turist will be tho speakers The Kings vine people will do all in their power t6 make the meeting asucceelC AT Harrcdabrfrg J w Robards was shot and fatally wounded by John G Pulliam editor of the Harrodsburg Herald in tho office of that paper ltac bards fired on Pulliam who was at his desk and wounded him in tho shoulder and the latter returned the fire and the bullet penetrated Robarda brain Ro bards had accused Pulllam of intimacy with arelative which the latter stren uously denied Mr Pulliam worked in In this office many years ago and the In many frienda he made here will learn with sincere regret that ho was com pelted to take the life of his follow man l VOTE under the rooster and let the game cock do your scratching THE Ladies Aid Society of tho Pres byterian church will meet today Fr 230Irr THIS cool weather should remind yo finoeWearen S I caDon gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds I L WHILE in Frankfort fewdays ago Mr Cicero Reynolds bought a farm 2 miles from the Capital and presented it to his daughter Mrs H C LeComptc JUDGE W Trireme for the Atlas Insurance Co settled sorters torily with Mr W A Carson for the- o loss ho sustained when the Carpenter House burned CALL at Mrs S J Totems millinery store in Crab Orchard and see he beautiful new Fall and Winter hats bonnets notions etc Most templet- line ever shown in the East End an prices lower than anybodys LESS than three weeks remain to th election Tho democrats have their upr victoryINov 2 thedrop resents lodge 108 at Crab Orchard Mr Lyne Is a West Kentucky product and for many years was a promnen- d business man in Paducah He stepp- eu his way hero at Paducah and spent tho night among his old friends Ware always glad to meet him for ho is a first class gentlemen in every respect Mayfield Messenger RECEIVER GARRETT of tho Fleet Na tlonal Hankof Burnside has reported to the Controller of the Currency as follows Good assets 5553729 doubt rul 4544181 worthless 8005 35 to tal taco value of assets 10845040 with liabilities of 8305397 It is be Hoved an assessment will have to be levied upon the stockholders unless the doubtful assets can bo realized upon Tho case of President Stewart of the- o bank has been turned over to the Department of Justice at Washington fo prosecution BRODHEAD I Bob Hicks Is progressing nicely wit his new residence and when complete 1will help the looks of that partof town Albert Albright of Lebado- Junction is visiting relatives horn Mrs Matt Brown of Emporia Kas is with relatives in tho Savers neighborhood ViewIcon- testing for the quarter which ended Sept 30 and tho result is that Livings ton leads in money collected Brodheai wins in the number of Scripture verse memorized and repeated while Fair View shows the best average attend ance 93 G13 Rev C C Wilson who moved from here to near Highland last Spring is moving back with us and will occupy streett EtIodn Before this is read Mr J II Van- I hook who was reared at this place but now In the mercantile business at Burnside will have been married to Miss Emma Denny a beautiful and accomplished lady of Burnaide Tho bride l and groom were sweethearts in their younger days Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple will como to this place where they will bo guests of Mr and Mrs J Thomas Cherry forc a few days In our boyhood days we went to school three sessions in sue to Mr Vanhook and look back upon those days with fond memories E Harvey wo congratulate you May t sthappinessyou and yours A Forbes who IcttStLpuisw a balloon Tuesday morning Richmond Va Wednesday night having landed in Chesterfield county near that city early in the evening Ho traveled 731 miles and captured tho on Lahm cup C The young men fairly shower flowers and candy upon her There is great competition for her hand aboutioRENTu10wl01fOrentforWoynesburg Ky FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere I will sell privately less nt Highland 0140 acres more or Improvements good orchI6WDnelburg Ky Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form yf ItchingSkin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample EW tose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE- r ePUBLIC SALE I lAI ndmlnlitratrlx of John P Hubble I will At lili late residence nenr Turnersvllle Ky on IIIo to the highest and best bidder some nice brood teavlneptanningimplementthings too numerous to mention Terms madulcnown on day of sole MIIH ANNIE IIUBIIMi Adnix NOTICE Tobacco in the West End In surance Agency Ge your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Hustonvillc Ky Horse and Mule Sale I We will offer for ante to the highest and muterFRIDAY OOT a1tOP- consisting of the following stock One sot ret mnreIO old good driver and safe I In foal by tack Joe 1 hay mare In foal by I black Joe ultra good brood mare her coin I perlectlT118fttool to Jack t tx a ear old filly Anna hare she has taken blue ties from n suck ling taking second money In the model bny old Silly by Terry Dare Sit font byltlackJoe She Is a good one Two yearling fllllesgood n good one 1 mUIOiBl1dsuckling hone Xabotli and n nice one 1 pair good yearling mules I two twoyearoldwstallion mock Joe 3 years oldby the noted Carrotlreetonrestonwill bu at the sale and bo sure to see him InIyenrllnaa of Rubber 210 Hilly lt ltonltSV Winches terXl i Hay rinses Wllkcs Boy bret toHT Harris jack Brown more years old by Wliton dam Wilkes Boy farmed to aOecllforlWJ Sale to begin nt 1 oclock Terms made knowuondayofsaleandveryliberaluJ Ky J I Chandler Auct Splendid rmAtA- uction land well located fairly well iuiro10acn Itnteol cultIviitIon niost all Ingrassnnabundaucoof good stock water furnished from never tallhtg springs about 800 barrels corn soodd stacks of hay farm ag Implements etc If farm Is not sold privately will be offered publicly at my sole Wednesday Oct 27 1909- To those at a l1a 1s located at Slorelandstationldncoln- ounty Ky on the l AO It good hotelIaccommodations at Morolnnd This closing out sale of farm stock nnd Four Jennet suckling colts 2 t year oldcropw nets 91yearold tourist il used Jennets H lennvts from 1 too year old 4 ta oyear old InckcoUllbroodhoroUKhbred mare J roglstercd- andard bred trotting mare i two year old 11 yenr old registered standard bred trotting tllly 1 8yearold standard bred- egistered trotting horse V 4 year old ork mules il pairs year oldwork mules 1 1 year Qld horse mules 1 extra good alking horse This small hurl of Jacks and Jennets aro of the very best stock in Ken tucky nnd this Is an opportunity for a man 011Allregular breeders und them art two extra good Jennet Jacks In lot offered The sale will commence promptly at V oclock A x Od nIPOII O B KINO Moreland Ky p l L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 IrtiI SHOES You cant beat our ifno of Shoes for Comfort Quality Style nnd Low Prices We Lave the strongest line of Ladies and Childrens Shoes in Patent Vicia Velours Tans Ac that we have ever carried Most any color you want in Suede top We invite your inspection Men dont forget we represent two of the best Tailoring concerns in the country and guarantee Fit Quality and Price HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY Your New Suit 4 tota tho ordinary newspaper had ordinarytunesNew Suits were showing 81250 15and 51850 are as chuck fullof style as an egg is ofmeat 1The best ones are Pile of Style make Thats your guarantee and ours J W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky NHI TieWapesbuipepositBanUiit Ii a WAYNESBURG KY I 25002asi 2 Ii g Dlrect 2Dr A K Caldwell n Curtis C orsiJ W Wheeldon DrJ W Acton 2iOfficers 2 f Tas A V a i Presidents Stanley McIntosh Cashierf1 Tho oftlcers of this bank extend a cordial invitation for ljiii in EI4eCof- fee with the Strength Flavor nail Aroma For the next 30 days e will give V- v r r Five Pounds Cofleo at 35c 1 75 1 Nickel Dip Coflce Pot at 150 150 325L For thirty days you save 81 25 1 GIVE IT A TRIAL GEORGE HFARRIS Stanford A Ll JI The Interior Journal JCntered in the Pot 0fiee at Stanford affOl1dcl4aI matter L St N TIME TABLE No tl IouthlIM P x No S3 South 1108 A x- No21Northlt4OA K- No22Northh27 r x No 17 1047 AM Not1 l40r x JOS Se RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I a III The farm ofUOncres of good blue grassland lying one mllo North of MoKlnneyon the Htanrord pIke Iniprovernenta and fencing good of writer fruIt Also 125 acres of timbered land 0110 tulle IItif lcKlnney i halt uuderfence plenty of IIler and good oborro land See grow nglcrop OIVENS McKinney hY Fall and Winter Stock a Heveyourmealuretaken by a tailor of ex perience Then your clothe wbetbern low price business suit or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and lit which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meal ure for extra trousers fancy eCOBb And overcoats Fall and Rflnter samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO RUPLEY The Tallo1J KY CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the publlo with the best as well ns the freshest otcut flowers plants of nil kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty ot wreath for for funeral purposes ID connection with the above I have all kind of vegetables on hand at reasonable prIce OIIRISTMAN UHKKN SOUSES KD UumiAiin PBOH Btanford Ky insures Tobacco and Tobacco Rams Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone B6 Ounce W Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In position to do all kinds of concreting tie York Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r house down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee Ilr t class prlcelbeforet PHILLIPS BROS Stanford K- yINSURANCa RBMAHONY- InsUres Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Idis countIr J L Beazley Co DndettaserB and Embalm erg Abo Dealers in Furniture MattingaRug They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY lii J Ce McClary fUndertaker Embalmer andt iDealerInlHarnoss Saddlery r STANFORD KY Offe Phone i1 HomeJMione 6 III Ht J i FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALE2G yearling mules Henr C Anderson Stanford wJ M Mason of Bourbon bought 45 SOD pound cattle at 41 to 4Jc S J Dell sold to C J Sipple London a combined mare for 225 FOR SALE30 good 1050 pound feed ers G A Swinebroad near Bubble The barn on tho Alandale Farm near Shelbyville burned causing a 3600 lossAt Lexington 16000 pounds of Bur ley tobacco of the new season sold at 9 to18cFOR SALE Seed barley and homegrown timothy seed B W Givens Hubble Embry Bros sold to a Middlcaboro firm two cars of corn at 2 85 on board cars here Lost at Stanford county court day Oct 11th one steer Please notify M J Farris Danville B G Fox has bought In Boyle and adjoining counties 647 mules and mule colts since the first of August ESTRAY Dark sorrel yearling mule left court day Will pay reward forre turn E T Beazley Stanford No4 ESTOAYED Three barrow hogp black spotted weigh about 250 crap off left ears Liberal reward E T Pence A R Robertson representing a Louisville house bought 150Q acres of tobacco in Montgomery county at an average of ISc Grief over the recent death of a fa vorite cow is believed to have been the motive which caused Dr J F Siddall 80 years old to end his life at Oberlin 0 An attack will be made upon the constitutionality of the antirace track gambling law in New York Arguments were heard as to whether oral betting is construed as bookmaking Baron Moore the valuable saddle and harness stallion of J L Nicoir Son of Warren county died at Elkton as the result of being poisoned The own ers had just refused 5000 for him FOR SALE Fair 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 day Monday Oct 18 a lot of fine colts two and three years old by Dorsey Golddust Lincoln Chief Mimic Wilkes and Paragon F Reid A Bowling Green dispatch says As a result of the tabulation of the tobac co pledges in this district it has been ascertained that 5500 acres have been placed in the pool out of 8800 acres in the district Jake Bonta of the West End of Boyle threshed 800 bushels of wheat from 40 acres of land and has just finished hulling a crop of clover which came on after the wheat was cut He got 40 bushels of clover seed A fairly good crowd attended W P Robinsons solo Tuesday and satisfactory prices were realized The farm orI 52 acres was bought by Richard at 40 Horses sold at 95 to 145 feed ers 3Jc yearlings 14 The corn was not offered Reports of killing frosts in the South were followed by excited general buy fag in the cotton market at New York and prices made new high records for the season with December deliveries selling at 1359 and March at 1370 or 27 to 28 points above the closing pri ces of Monda- yBARGAIN3 acres of good land of which 100 acres is bottom land eight room dwelling two good stock barns new tobacco barn 36x96 ice house buggy house two corn cribs etc two good cisterns the whole farm being well watered well fenced and lays well Willsell as a whole or cut 200 acres with improvements to suit purchaser which includes 100 acres as fine bottom land as there is in the county This is a bargain See L R Hughes Stan ford Ky Money Comes In Bunches To A A Chisolm of Treadwoll N Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from Indigestion torpid liver consti pation nervousness and general de blllty he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day in spite of all medl cal treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now I can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves 60c at Pennys Drug Store S Uncle George we are studying syn onyma in school and I want to know the difference between cute and sneaky According to your mother it is the difference between what you do and what Mrs Jones little boy does iPains of women bead pa4ns or any pain stopped jn 20 minute sure with Dr Shoops Rink Pain Tablets See byPonnys0 A bold bandit who rule in an auto Ersklnes whenheof the banks money in his possession d Eczema is Curable praparatlonyand destroys the germs that cause skin diseases Eczema raickly and Iii permanently cured by this remarkable eastf Pennys Drug Store RemedyI2BMO It recognised ti tfc most hontit led tod r ZEMloifinily tcllerei ni mltlrttr uJ perms cenilr euro Sczeiu and ll licking tkia dlKixi Get bonlt tooIAII Dtuuliu Wilu tot iiaplt- EW Rose claeCo tiL Fak Y- sREWARD W Having suffered considerable nnnoynnca nnd damage from outlaw In breaking lIato latches and tearing down and ileitroylng my gates on the county road that run through my farm I have concluded to offer n reward for Information leadIng to tho conviction of such person or erton I wilt therefore Rive the um of JV for tutor mntlon leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gntuior that havo ttwed down or torn down any my gate on the county road which runs from the ltustonvlllo turnpike to the atllledgevtlie turnpIke through my fllrmand I will gIve the same amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or I parties whom the future commit any of the above onunse- Wltnessmyhand this lOthdar of August IWW TJIIIUHH IILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE tine Blue farm SJi mile 11lkeandacres of rich blutgrass hemp or tobacco land nil In grass farm can be equal ly divided to advantage as to have egood DWELLING HOUSE on each piece also all necessary outbuild The farm lays almost In n square only onn angle In lines There are Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables one tenant howe good water In every mold six lasting springs with three streams running tract J Steele Carpenter HUSTOXVILLB KT Bring Your Printinge To The i INTERIOR 4 JOURNAL 0 Office I f n I Best h I i Work fi e- Lowet rPrioel Stock of Merchandise SaleyI desire to tell privately my stock ot Ore ltenwaHI0cnO DlIOfrKU Stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE 1 1 wish to toll privately my farm of St acres at Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four mils from McKlnney has on It Rood 10 room barn collar prlng house Slue water uto lo1mu le In high state of eul tlvntlon Also have four other small fur inn for ale All well Term sails luctaryIOHiViLl8 C B FRUITT Moreland Kentucky New Fall Trine Millinery now in Also Tote Furniture in al most daily 0 JJ 1nuirr Moreland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu monts Markers and Posts Omnttery and Lawn MoKinney Dinwiddiecol Hustonville Kyt Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington Ky of grleulturnlMlningEnglneeringClnsalonl courses each of which extends over four years nod toads ton Iinchelorti degree also n Ihepnrtnnentot Lnwnuiln lKpartm nt of Education last has been established instead of Life NornnlSchool Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced work In i Hdngogy are granted a llscti elordegreeinttitssubleel when complrt ed ThoAcadeutyforpreparatory Instruc lion Is appointees revolve free tuition I privilege of residence In the dormitories I unit light traveling expenses If they I leglate The laboratories and museum are large well equliiinnl comprehensive nnd modern Milltary Science ii fully prqlded fornsro lulled by Congress The graduates In tho several courses of study readily fled employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for last year was 1078 Each de withtheYoung women find an excellent lioine with board and lodging in ntterson Hall which Is well wiulnpvd with nil tho modern convenience bathroom hull for physical studyinIdentical conditions with those supplying to male Tim completion of tho AgrlculturaltMln ing Engineering tion alTord ample nnd commod ious quarters for thee department which are rapidly Increasing In thenumberof ma triculate For methods of obtaining ap pointment information regarding courses of study nod turns of admission supply to JAN K IATTKHiiox Ih n 1111110 or to JiO rKArKK lluslness Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 909 HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND I 1iThe Interior Journal I I BOTH ONE YEAR FOR j ONLYLSQYpew pearl ot the Gourler Journal iDemocratlc U M things fair in all things cloan In nil things it U oisentllly a family paper 87 aipeclal arrangement we are enabled to of for the WKEKLV COUBIEROUUNAL qoe year and this paper for the price named above Blind your subscription for the com blnatlon to tonot tc the Courier Jouruu t x We are sow ready to show you one of the best lines of Mens Youths snit Children Clothes ever shown tho people for the lowest prices Alto aInew and uptodate line of Overcoats and Cmvaucttcs from 8760 to 820 Good vnlui Come in anti let us show you Am sure you will bo pleated with this line SAM ROBINSONSTANFORD KY xIngt n Trots OCT 5 TO 16 mHS GREATEST IN THE WORLD tKES 85000 PURSfii t2 ifIO FUTURITY Tuesday Oct r OC3 TENNESSEE Tuesday CcL t 00 TRANSYLVANIAThursday Oct Y e- G CUP STAKEMonday Ocfi I CnTAT 203 PACE Friday Oct J 53000 TROTTING HANDICAP 1 Thursday Oct 14 Other Sensational Races Da- ilyths Prize Band of Amerfe BLANCHE BERNDTMEHAFFEY SopranoSoloist N DAILY CONCERTS i ONE FARE ON RAILROADSI To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle t v and Adjacent CountiesY t a Wo havo wcured the skating rink building lilt u Mlonroorn for leaf tubs co in tho hand and will ho ready to begin Mlos ns soon ns tobacco if soliIcictitly cured for nmrkct and will bo able to offer you M good market as will find elsewhere at a reasonable cot Wo have assurance that buyers mfr resenting tho largest manufacturers and dealers in the U Swill bo rcpr Hinted in Danville thus insuring the highest market prim to the grower Call and ace us before dipo ing of your tobacco The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse I OEO COG AH it CO Proprietors Danville Kv I H Ba NORTHCOTt r t- f Will Pay the Highest Market Price for llJrtKinds of Country Produce Scrap IPf Iron and RubberS4 H B NORTHCOtT Stanford RtAL TELEPHONES w MR FARMER Make your homo ns modern for your family as a city residence and place ourilelf in a Io ition to get the latest market quotations at any time This can bo accomplished by menus of our telephone J8crvice which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that U small compared with toheadquartersmers Lino rate If you are notat present enjoying telephone service we IeuluckylTenneeseoIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL its TEL CO fU OJlIOM4TJUh pl i ttu h