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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 15, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909101501_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 15, 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. TS,' ttq"TT- w"vy" "try i7T ST--rrrr- , ry )flt"n FI T "Wir VT "7V V'fiUlF OL. XXXVH. CHURCH The Interior Journal STANFORD, KY NEWS NOTES. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1900. NO. 06. MATTERS. Sunday School at Dan- MIDDLEDURO. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. An Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. M. E. Pennington, a drummer with Samuel Benton, aged 33, Is dead of At tho Haptlst s Middle-bur- g typhoid fever at London. headquarters at London, Is dead. Sunday 312 answered to roll call. Taylor died and was burled in ville cemetery. An unknown whtto man was killed In John C. Roberts, of I.oulsvllle, was Evangelist A. S. Jeffries has just Rev. A. S. JelTors closed a meeting given six years In tho Federal prison the railroad yard at Dnnvillc. closet! a meeting at l'oplar Grovo I'arksvillc district will voto on the church In Casey which resulted In 33 ad- at tho Poplar Grove Baptist church Fri- for counterfeiting day night with 37 additions to tho The Anarctic expedition of Lleuten- - stock law .at the regular November ditions. ant Shacklcton is said to have cost be- - election, The Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky church. WIcklifTe, son of Judge W. L. Bru- Prof. Charles Sullivan, of Cincinnati, tween lIoO.OOO nnd $200,000. holding It 108th session at LcxInR. is Dr, Frederick Cook is making on nn ncr, of Laurel, is dead after a protract-averag- e ton. Rev. Dr. W. II. Mllcy, of Louis- will lecture at tho Baptist church here Friday night. His theme, "Fads, Fashof 13,000 per night tolling how cd Illness, ville was elected Moderator. Thomas Roo, who was knocked from j centennial colouration of the Dis- ions and Faces" will likely draw a good he discovered tho North kIo. Tho Tho homo of John Frances, in Perry ,n moving freight train and injured, was ciples of Christ, In progress at Pitts-buri- crowd. There will be a mass convention of county, was destroyed by fire and his given $2,G00 damages against tho L. & is bclnR attended by thousands of tho democrats, of Mlddlcburg and Wall-tow- n littlci son perished in tho flames. . N. by the Whitley circuit court. of tho denomination. members voting precincts at Yoscmito next Hurley tobacco pool leaders believe, "Cherokee Ed" Baumeistcr, the meeting closed Tho Tinsloy-Smlt1: . ...Zttit25l!'J Sunday night with 32 additions, 21 Saturday, Oct. 1G, for tho purpose of 75 per cent of the crop in Shelby coun. Louisville Wild Westerner, has bought ' herobaptism. Ono lady was baptized nominating a candidate for magistrate, ty will bo pledged beforo October 20, for $2.,000 n farm of 630 ncrcs near by to be voted for at the November elecTho mercury dropped to 17 nt Nor- Lebanon and will quit playing wild News. 'who Is 81 year folk, Neb , Wednesday, Considerable west. Uev. Leonard W. Doolin. of Louis-vill- tion. Judging from the amount of enthusTho county campaign seems to bo snow has fallen in the North and West. will assist tho pastor. Kov. NodFour passengers were killed and a iasm displayed by the temperance peody, In a protracted mcetlnc which wil' dragging along quietly. Neither party , begin at the Haptlst church In Harrods-- scorns to bo as busy as It might bo. number wounded by a train on tho ple this early in the local option camIt Is presumed that the republicans Houston & Texas Central running Into paign, they must bo preparing to wage burc Nov. 1. a harder fight than thoy made In 190G. Eld. Joseph Ilallou's BUbJect at tho think they havn It, and the democrats a burning bridge. Somerset Journal. Several thousand minors have been church Sunday morning will think they can not get it, and ao matChristian o C. O. Hardin, superintendent of the given employment by the resumption of ters go easy with both. bo "Fortune Telllwr." A largo Thero is a stock company being form- the operation of coal mines in South- mines of tho Edgowood Company, was will likely greet Lincoln county's killed and seven other men were ined to extend the telephone line, known eastern Kentucky. "grand old man." line, from C. Bastin's Hon. II. J. McLaurin, former State jured, two probably fatally, in an acciltcv. Dr. Doskcr, of tho Presbyterian as the Farmers Theological Seminary, Louisville, was store, Its present terminus, to this Senator, and brother of United States dent on an incline near Middlesboro. In touch with Senator A. J. Mclnurin, Is dead at Joseph Severance, of Lebanon, died elected Moderator of tho Kentucky place. This will put us at Bsrdstown of pulmonary trouble, Synod which opened lu tenth annual tho Eastern and Southern part of the Rolling Fork, Miss. county, and also with points In Lincoln William Romonoskt, recently released aged about 35 years, at tho home of session nt Lexington Tuesday. Ulnkley, of Weatherford. and Pulaski counties and will bo of from Lakeland Asylum, was stricken his sister, Mrs. Arch Cox. He is surUev. It. W. great convenience to our people and with Insanity again at Covington, and vived by his mother and three sisters. Tex , baa accepted tho call to tho Presby- thoao on tho line. Deceased. -- Edith Blancho Roberts beat his aged mother with his fists. Eleventh-stree- t Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Young spent last Four men were killed, ono was fatal- died at her father's, S G. Roberts' Bowling Green, succeed-interian church, In Louisville attending the Bank' ly Injured and others were less serioushomo at Maywood, Tuesday, Sept. 28, Rev. W. D. Hunter, who resigned week crs' Convention. W. T. Miller loft Sun- ly hurt in n collision near Greenville, of typhoid fever after an illness of three to Tennessee. to go The ladies of the Christian church day for New Castle, Ind , to visit his Tex., on the Missouri, Kansas and Tex weeks, and was buried at Highland sept, vj alter uev. uook had made an tent their missionary society president, sister, Mrs. Spurlin Sharp. Mrs. Jane as railroad. Mrs. Jennio Hussey, widow of Alex. appropriate address. Blanche was an E. Gibbons, as their dclcgato Miller returned Friday from ConstanMrs. A. Cuney-villearnest christian, being a member of to the National Convention at PitUburg tino, Mich., after an extended visit to Hussey, committed suicide at Walshooting herself in tho templo the Methodist Episcopal church at this week. This U a deserved compll-- i her son, W. M. Oaks. Miss Bcttie ment to Mrs. Gibbons, as she has ser- ter, of Hubble, came homo with Miss with a revolver. She loft eight child- Highland, She departed this life, leavved tho society most faithfully for the Nannio Adams nnd spent several days ren. No cause is assigned for the act. ing in tho memory of all who knew her Tho legs of a woman wero found in as a kind and gentle girl. She, in tho past six years as president. -- Advocate. with her. Dr. J. M. Haney spent last tho program for tho Sun- week with his folka in Pulaski. Henry a dress suit case near Tiverton, R. I. first of her illness, realized she was goKolluwlng is day school Union of the South Kentucky McAnlnch wont to louisvillethis week. Thu legs were wrapped in a New Bed ing to cross the great river called reford newspaper of Sunday's date. The Death, and asked in her prayers for all Association to bo held with tho llaptist Dr. J. M. Blair, of Russell county, Oct 30 and 31: 7 i publican nominee for tho Legislature, authorities bulievu the woman was mur her loved ones to meet her in the great church at Liberty, beyond, sayinj: "If God calls I am Introductory sermon, Eld. W. G. was hero looking over tho field. The dered in Now Bedford. M Judge E. K. Gates, of Curryville, ready." She leaves a father and mothAlternate. Eld. J. L- - Owens. doctor did not impress any one very faTilford; Sunday morning. Oct. 31 UKK). Call to vorably, not even those of his own par- Mo., has whiskers 72 inches long, which er and several brothers and sisters as Presi-den- t, ty; but ho is a fair specimen of Legis- ho keeps tucked inside his shirt, with well as a host of friends to mourn her order and opening remarks by lative timber usually sent out by the the ends tied about his wnist. For pub departure. True it is said: "Gone but followvd by duvotional services county. It is re- lic display he keeps out a second set not forgotten." "Why weep for her 9.30. Address of Welcome, W. S. Allen. republicans of Russell who serenely to her final rest has pass:15, Response to Address of Welcome, ported that ho was "loaded for bear" that comes down his shirt front. A gulf hurricane swept Key West, ed, whllo tho soft memory of her virT. S. llenoon. 100 Sunday School Ex- or somo other kind of game when he ercises. 11:00. Procr Uso of Lesion was here, but wo did not investigate, the Florida coast and Havana. Key tues yet linger like twilight hues when F. G W. Helps. President M G. Murphy, and hence wo do not vouch for the truth West is filled with wreckage and the tho bright sun has set?" Sun-da- y fulness of tho story. Dr. Blair may property loss there is estimated nt 12,- 0Y Mrs. Laura Leo. 11:30. Report of Thy Hosiery. Tho damago at Havana is Schools and Collection for Benefit not be as brilliant as onu would expect 000,000. sense placed at $1,000,000. Several lives were The sosks I of the Union. 1:10, Devotional Ser- of a Representative, but has darn for thee, dear heart, enough to draw his pay, and that is lost. Mean quite a pile of work to me; vices. 1:30. Tho Master Teacher, State Binding and gagging tho night chief I count them over, every one apart, and Eld. J. about ull wo aro expecting of him. Secretary, Wm. J. Mahony clerk and his assistant and carrying Thy hosiery, thy hosiery. L. Owens. 2:00, Tho Country Sunday For Prohibition. them to an unoccupied partof the buildSchool: It Educational Opiortunite, ing a lono hold-uman robbed the of- Each sock a mate, two mates a pair, T. S. Benson; Its Organization and Gen. Fred I). Grant is now a tota To clothe thy feet in storm and cold; Equipment, Eld. Chaa. Martin; Ita Dif- - abstainer and an advocato of prohibi fice of the Great Northern Express I BRIGHT, CASHIER, SHANKS, PRESIDENT t Company, at the station, count eoch sock unto the end, and find S: H. Triumphs, Eld. K. G. Mar-- ; llculties and Here is an J- - W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH I've skipped a hole. & J. B. PAXTON. bo tion of the liquor business. Seattle. tin. 3:00. Should Union Literature extract from his speech made at Chica H. C. CARPENTER. BOOKKEEPER Tho United States Circuit Court of Oh. carelessness, this thy reproof, Used, If Not, Why Not? Elds A. G. go: HVYS FOSTtR, CLERK. Appeals affirmed the decision of the Singleton. 3:30, How See how it looms across my sole, Cokcr and J. A. "Because 1 have seen that strong DIRECTORS: All may Help in a Great Work. Secro-tar- v drink has been tho cause of untold mis lower Federal Court sentencing Charles I grind my teeth, and then In very truth I darn that bole, sweetheart, I darn II. O. Daily. 3:45, Miscellaneous. cry to individuals, to families and to W. Morse, tho former banker nnd J. 11. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. V. Curter,!Stanfor I that hole ! fahauka, btautorcl; T. U. Ran7:00, Eld. Wm. J. Mahony: Alternate, communities, I believe that prohibition steamship capitalist, to 15 years' im John U. Foster, Stniitord; w. Eld. A. G. Cokcr. J. W. Acton, Pro- - would bo of inestimable benefit to this prisonment in the Federal prison at Atkin, Lancaster; J. 11. Paxtou, Stanford; V. H. Traylor, lanta, Ga. its A Top Notch Doer. Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, I.miroster; W. tram Committee. country and to tho world," said Gen. Under ths terms of the will of Mrs. Great deeds compel regard. Tho II. Cummins, I'reachersville; Lilburn Grant. "I am convinced that ita hon Sarah Morris, widow of Nelson Morris, world crowns it doors. That's why OTTENHEIM. Goocb, Gilberts Creek. est enforcement would solve many of Chicago packing house magnate, who the American pJoplo have crowned Dr. Sam Duddcrar was in this section tho social problems of tho land. 1 huvo met her death in an automobile ac;i- - King's New Discovery the king of measuring rock. favored tho cause of prohibition all of dent on the continent September 1G, be- Throat and lung remedies. Every J. D. Morgan has bought a portion of my life. Not that 1 huvo always been quests of nearly $400,000 aro made to atom Is a healtu'fotve. It kills; germs Uuasoll tract of land, about 148 a total abstainer, for I have not been, tio und colds and lagrlppe vanishes. It charitable institutions. although I urn ono now, but I have conacres. Stockton, California, voted to repeal bonis cough-rackmembranes and Thn recent showers have been a great sistently believed that tho liquor tralllc tho ordinance passed u year ago for the coughing stops. Soil', Inllatned bronbleising as tho ground was KetlinR dry was a source of ovil. As my belief was Sunday closing of saloons. By a ma- chial lubes und lungs aro cured und and water scarce. strengthened by my own observation.), jority of GG was decided that the sa- hemorrhages cease. Dr. Gao. Moore, it V. L. Davis and Fred Dychouso have I decided that thecausu demanded more AfBlack Jack, N. C, writes '"It cured mo partnership In tho blacksmith than passivo acknowledgment of its loons should be closed on Sundays. formed a ter inoro than 12 months of Sunday of lung trouble, pronounced hopeless to do gen- truth. So I am an prohibbusiness and will bo propared , 81. Trial bot-t- lo closing the majority in favor ot open- by nil doctors." eral work in that line, at moderato itionist." ing the saloons is 585. free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug prices. The commissary general of the army Storage. W. P. Kincaid, of Garrard, waa in Frightful Fate Averted. finds that as compared with lust year this section Friday Inspecting tobacco "I would huvo boon a iirlpplo for the cost of the soldier's ration has The following aro tho richest widows g and leaving bids on tho weed, 12Jc my knee gone uj) from 19.G5 cents to 21.5 cents in the world: Mrs. Edward II. Herri- wo life, from u tornblo cut on the highest price offered, but cup," write Fruok Dlsbury, Kolllhcr, a day, an increase of 1.S5 cents, or mnn, $100,000,000; Mrs.. Russell Sage, hnvo heard of no sales. Minn,, "without Hucklen's Arnica noarly 1Q per cent This means that $70,000,000; Mrs. Hetty Grecn,$GO,000,-000- ; wVfaMiaiScstospMsitW'gl!' I. G. Terry and Dink Farmer were In Salve, which soon cured me." lnful tho United States will pay out more Mrs. William B. Leeds, $30,000,- this section last week electioneering, ltble for wounds, cuts and bruises, it than $1,500,000 for food for Its army 000; Mrs. Phoebe Hearst, $30,000,000; ,.n.1 hnun trnt Iho Iteoulo COnfUSed who Mrs. James Henry Smith, $18,000,000; acquainted with them, noon cures burns, bcslds, old sores, this year than it did last. nro nut verv well bolls, sklti eruptions. World's best Mrs. George M. Pullman, $15,000,000; as they rescmblo each other so much in for piles. 25o ut I'ennj ' Drug Store. Bed-Roof Success. The Mrs. Corn'li's Vanderbllt, Sr., $15,000, and volco that they aro unnoarance Lies In a keen, clear brain, backed by 000; Mrs. Morris K. Jesup. $10,000,000; votes for fear ..frat.l in tileilira their A Knoxville dispatch says that Mrs. Indomitable will and resistless energy. Mrs. William K. Thaw, $7,500,000; Mrs. Eliza Leftls, aged 05 years, u wealthy they will pledge to tho wrong man. Such power comes from tho splendid Mrs. Potter Palmer, $7,500,000; Mrs. widow, has entered tho public schools The Covington Board of Park Com as a nupil in the flrat grade, bho goes health that Dr. Klug's Now Life l'llls II. II. Rogers, $5,000,000. Total, missionem refused to accept the offer to school with her two grandchildren. Impart. They vltnlUo orery orgun of a tract, of 14 acres of land in Mvng. She has learned her letters since school and build up brain and body. J. A. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. It Is the weak nerves that aro cryton to bo used as a park. Several started and can figure to the rule of Harmon, Llzemoro, W. Va., writes: "Thoy aro tho best pills I over used." ing out for help. Then help thorn, ORGANIZED IN 1882. ago they were offered this land months three. 2.'xj at l'onny'6 Drug Store. don't drug the stomach or stimulate . by Arthur Goebel, a wealthy Cincinnati CAPITAL STOCK, $5),000. 'the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. merchant. Mr. Goebel t,oUl thorn In so They have urrested a fellow out at ' John Henry Tuomas, of tho Liberty SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. Vitalize thesoweak Inside nerves with words that he wanted the park Pasadena, Cal., as a dangerous lunatic, many News, gives this splendid advice: Don't Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 named for his brother, to bo known as when all he wanted to do was to tell fall to tell your wife occasionally that "The William Goebel Park," and said Mr. Taft how to run the government you still love her, else she may look for' fast good health will come to you Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety that ho would Improve It, would place And there are thousands of them run some other fellow to tell her something ,r.ir. Test It and see. Sold by it.t)nT8 i)rUg store. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Custom :rs. We Solicit Your Account. buildings in the tract and would make nlng at large. Frankfort Journal. ot that kind. You surely don't want I III! iS tho park one of the most beautiful in somebody cise instead or Duxley-W- hy, Hi aeronauts tell us that Kentueky. Northern "Don't you hato to find a worm when her to love you ' a woman's voice can be distinctly hsard m DIRECTOR. OFFICER. you're eating fruit T" U.-- l A tickling ordrycoujrhcan boqulck-l- y "Health Coffee" Is tho cleverest t an altitude of 3,526 yards. "Well, not so much as finding half a , II. Uauhman, F. Reid, loosened with Dr. Shoop'a Cough Caesarl It must have J. S. Mocker. Preildeot;. Imitation of real coffeo over vet made. , Trimble-Gr- eat rucx. M D. Elmore. J. M. Fettui, Ileinedy. Nu opium, no chloroform, worm!" S. T. Harris, Dr. Sboop created It from pure parch.- - been my wife! H. C. Daughman, . F. Cummins, , nothing uosalo or harsh. Sold by " Hreatho Hyomei and cure catarrh. ed crolns. malt. nuts. etc. Fine lu Joho J. McKoberts, Cashier; " S, T, Harris, no. C. Kobinsoo, Penny's Drug Store. No stomach dosing, Complete outfit flavor Is made Id just one minute. I Come In and let us show you the $100 II. JC. Baughman. Aut. Cai'h'r,' W. D O'Uanaop . S. Hock'tr, m by No 20 or 30 tulni)t Davenport that we will give away on Including Inhaler fl. Guaranteed todlpus bqlllog. C. E. Tate. The Magnolia (louring mills at Mays-VvliY. W.Saunders, Bookkeeper, wetren. Q. L Penny, Druggist, Jan. 1st, 1910. Cummins Sample free. Tenny's Drug Store. burned, causing a $10,000 Iocs. QUEER QUALITY n SHOES 70R LADIES . ! c, h N old.-Lib- erty e, Why not buy a Shoe that has the Styled holds its Shape and Wears Longer when it Costs you just the same?. nudl-enc- That strong lining in the "Queen Quality" Srjoe g gives it durability and holds its shape. Some new styles just received. Come in and let us fit your foot correctly. e, Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Che Cincoln ,0ountv national Bank Stanford, Kentucky. p Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.C0 40,000.00 340,000.00 King-stree- W:. a. ol GO-i- be-In- "T" If you want the Best Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by ok E. T. PENCE. STAMFORD. KY. 0. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, M .- Ml . le I tWUtMkluii&. 4lslU.it ULtit. iwJiti. i1 iit. Jmju .jWtfStituj, . . 4$t ., """ ""wty'yi-ifujipp'm- t vw'i ' v9m m wp( iwjp '."V f' Slm'f jf'" The Interior Journal. C WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. SAUFLEY of Lincoln, For Commonwealth' Attorney, CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mercsr. For Htate Henator, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Itepretcntnthe, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge. JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, W.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B.jCOOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Assessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools. GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Mnglitrnte Btanford District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Btanford District, I. M. BRUCE For MaglstrateCrnb Orchnrd District, R.IH. BRONAUGH For Magistrate Hustonvllle District, J. .l Mccarty For Bherlfr, W. O. Smith, of Greenville, democratic nommeo for Representive, he withdrawn from tho race became he fears he will weaken the rest of the democratic ticket. He says unfounded reports have been started on him which will defeat him beyond doubt. The republicans in Mercer county aro experiencing trouble In keeping their candidates on the track. Five of tho nominees have already with drawn from the respective races, and more will likely follow. Thoy must have seen tho handwriting on the wall. Advocate It has developed thai L. T. Neat, tho Republican nominee for State Senator in the ICth Senatorial district, is not eligible for tho position should he be elccted.bv reason of his citizenship in New Mexico less '.than ,six yoars.iUgo nominate an and the republicanslwllt other man. Adair News. Judgo Anderson, of the United States District Court at Indianapolis, refused an order, applied for by tho Department of Justice, for the removal of Delavan Smith and Charles R. Williams, Thk tad That. NOTICE! They are playing foot ball by electric All kinds of poplar and pine celling light in Cincinnati. drowned tongue ana graved flooring, limine Senator William Lindsay Is again at andoak. Jesse Clarkson, McKlnney, K). the point of death at his home in Frankfort. C. W. Lasalle, of Ilartlngsvillc, Mass., sold the good trotter, Judge Lee to an Austrian for 16,000. Dick Hoblltzcll, the Cincinnati first baseman, is to take a courso In Cincinnati University this Lynn, who was ronTlcted der In the Lincoln circuit In lewt, me governor ror a pnnion ami an ject will notify the governor and writing any unjecuon. iiiwis Ili NOTICE! of murwill atk who obstale In OrHb. MADC BY fi k S t tMiLiW bbbbbLbbbbbbbbbV i.tjim. iM H ' 1 winter. The tobacco barn.of John TcgethofT, near Bsrdwcll, was burned. Tho building contained several thousand ponnds of tobacco. When Mrs. Peary and Mrs. Cook meet, then indeed will the North Polo melt nnd tho aurora borcalis dance. FOR SALE! I SHOEMTtico Will sell a Clothing. Hhon nnd tlents' Fur nlshlug Htore, locnltil in the liett town In Hoy In comity. A great opportunity lor the rigiuman. niova win linoice aiwui Address M. J., rare Interior Journal, Man- mm. MASON'S MEET. Minn-ford- K.HELM.SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District, JOHNIM.CAMDEM For Constable WnynesbUrg District, JOHN G. BAUGH JOEIMAGEE a candidate for Police Judge of Crab Orsubject to the action of the demochard, cratic party and ask. your support. proprietors of tho Indianapolis News, to the District of Columbia for trial on the charge of criminal libel in the Panama Canal controversy. Judge Anderson's opinion was a scathing arraignment of the prosecutors, and he said tho News' comments were justified by tho facts. Charles R. Crane, of Chicago, who was recalled from San Francisco as he was about to sail for Pekin to tako up his duties as Minister to China, was 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 he said was done with President Taf t's ap proval and by the president's request. Interesting developments are expected to follow. I. MATRIMONIAL. John Adams and Miss Maggie Clark, each 21, were made one here on the 9th. JF r George Bastin and Miss Addie Leo Davison were joined in wedlock's holy bonds at H. T. Davison's yesterday. Miss Rebecca Cox Johnson, oldest daughter of Congressman Ben Johnson, and Daniel Talbott, both of Bardstown, were married Tuesday. Pennington Lee. At the home of her aunt, Mrs. Hugh Reid, Miss Mary 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 Editor Tim Needham has sold the friends and relatives being present. Williamstown Courier to It. L. Westo-ve- r Dr. A. S. MofTett, of Lebanon, perand S. M. Billiter, who have con- formed the ceremony and Dr. T. W. solidated it with the Grant County Pennington and Mr. J. Welch Roches News. Both of the latter are experi- ter stood with them while the marriage enced newspaper men and will keep up vows were being taken. The bride, the standard of the Courier. Mr. Need-ha- who is one nf the sweetest, prettiest who has gotten rich out of the and best girls in thi3 or any other secnewspaper business, will now take tion, wore a traveling suit of blue things easy and enjoy life. broadcloth with hat to match. She was an exceedingly handsome bride and the Only a little over two weeks remain man who had won her heart and hand until the November election. A great had a right to feel proud of her. The deal of work can be done for the grand groom, who is a fine young man, is a old democratic party in that time. Get successful druggist of Middlesboro and busy and do your share. Lincoln couna gentleman in all the word means. ty ought to give a democratic majority He is a brother of Mr. Frank Lee, of at least 500 and we shall expect her here, and like him is a man to do it. of model habits and excellent murals. Senator Flint, of California, does He and his bride start out in life under circumstances and not want to go back to the U. S. Sen- most auspicious ate because he is a poor man and feels here's hoping that never a cloud of that it his duty to leave his family a trouble will overtake them. They left competence should he be called sudden- on the 5:27 train for Louisville and ly hence. Evidently Senator Flint is thence to Indianapolis, where they will not "on to" the ways of Washington. visit the groom's sister. Before going to Middlesboro Mr. and Mrs. Lee will William Travers Jerome has de- spend a short while at LaGrange, the cided that the people of New York do groom's old home. A number of wednot want him to continue as district at- ding, presents were received by the torney and has withdrawn from the contracting parties, attesting to some race. His cruel treatment of Evelyn extent the high estimation in which Thaw no doubt weakened him with the they are held by their many friends. people. A petition asking President Taft Caleb Powers will apeak at Liberty for clemency toward Charles W. Morse, at 1 P. M., Nov. 1. He could tell his the former banker, is being prepared hearers a good deal about the assassina- for circulation among prominent busition of Gov. William Goebel but its dol- ness men and financiers of the East. lars to doughnuts that he will not do so. Morse's attorneys are striving to have well-know- n Peary Is still trying to prove that Dr. Cook did not reach the North Pole and uses the testimony of two Eskimos used by Dr. Cook to show that he did not get out of the sight of land. Dr. Cook replies by saying that the Eskimos had kept faith with him concerning his instructions to them that they were not to reveal his discovery to Peary nor any of his party. The Brooklyn explorer declares that he will have the Eskimos that went with him to the pole in America next 'year and that they will verify every detail of his journeys in the polar regions. Lincoln I,odge No. (So K.A A.M. will meet Glasgow Times. In staled communication on each lint mid third Monday nights o( each month, lit 7;.m Marion C. Roberts, who conducted his oYICK'k , In their hall on iiinln streeet, own case, was acquitted of the charge Ky. Members nf sister lodges are frapresent. T. W. Penternally of having in his possession and at- nington, Invited to he Bee tempting to pass counterfeit money in I Louisville. John C. Edmunds, ono of tho most Now Livervprominent farmers in Barren county, Dopot committed suicide at his home near Oil 96, City, by shooting himself and later cut-- , I ting his throat. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Six members of the crow of the including CapU steamer George Stone, George Howell, were drowned at t'oint Pelee, Ont, in Lake Erie. Eight men We have moved our produce, tilde started for shore in tho yawl and six poultry business from Myers' stable to and our were drowned, two reaching the shore store recently purchased of (larland two doors from poitotllce. We still safely. The remainder of the crow pay cash for all kinds of country produce, Lawii A nrcilANAS. Htanford. Ky. i were rescued. Alexander Ward, 83 years old, who died on the Washita River, Oklahoma, would never permit a watch or clock in The Farmers Drug Co., of Iwrrnceburfj, his home. He never entered a house has placed K.urekn Tonic on sale at l HanOrchard, J. where a clock was and he would not dera, Crab Ionic Is and lie t. Hortoii.Htan to taken In a half ford. This wlno ton wineglass full three times a day. trade at a store where a clock was to It Is prescribed by the best physicians In be seen. He said that clock's tick re- the Htate. (luaranteed to cure stomach, be sold on liver and kidney troubles. minded him that he was so much near- the streets here next county Will day, Oct. court II, by their salesman, Dr. 11. J.l'atsldy. er the grave. "WALK-OVE- R" Pittsburg took the lead in tho great battle now being waged for the baseball championship of the world by dc-- 1 I feating Detroit by the score of 8 to 4 Beries at Forbes i in tho fifth game of tho At executors of T.J. Hobluson. we will on A Field, at Pittsburg, Wednesday. WKDNF.HDAY.OOT. SI. Usui. home run by Manager Fred Llarko in at about S 1'. !.. In front of the National llaukln llutonllle. KyotIer the seventh inning turned the tide 111 public outcry the farm of aboutfor sale at lit acres, I auoui z nines ironi iiiisionviiie, in Lincoln favor of Pittsburg. liiuutj, ileal i'nii,ino lurillillte, I luiprc The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows in tlve purchasers will be shown over the W. lives on It. session at Mayfield, elected I. N. Wit place by J. willHughes, who nowIVIU. Terms be given Jan. I, l'ossestlon liams, of Lexington, Grand Master; wim' announced on day of sale. a J. II. l'AVTO.N, " ' Lynn" T. Gruger. of Shelbyville, Deputy . Grand Master; Otto Abredth, of New- port. Grand Warden; K. U. Elliott, or; Lexington, secretary; B. J. Durham, of Danville, Treasurer; B. M. Arnett, Grand Representative. I have formd a tried and tested eon for KbtoAt a conference of eight bishops of tnatftmt Not rtmedr that will sualfbUn the distorted limbs of chronic cripple, nor tarn bony the Roman Catholic province of Cincin- rrowtht back to nata again, l ni it lrapostiDi. tut I can now surtly ktU the paint and paogt of nati, held at the residence of Archbish Ibis d plortrje disrate. op Moeller, in Cincinnati, tho names of la Germanywith a Chemist la the City of Darmstadt f found the last lxurrsdlsol with three candidates were selected to fill which Dr. "hoop's RheumaUe Remedy was mad vacancy caused by the death of a perfected, dependable prescription. Without the that last uurradlsat. I successfully treated taaor. Bishop McCloskey, of Louisville. These tnany catas of Rheumatism ! but now. at last. U unU curabl cases of this form names will be forwarded to Rome, and much j cure alldisrate. Those tand-U- BtrsSofor granular dreaded Pope will choose tho late bishop's wastes, found tn Rheumatlc,Blcod. seem toilItSCUTS the pest away under the action of tola nmtdr at sod successor from them. The choice lies freely at dot sugar when added to pun water. dissolved, that poltonoot wattes between the Rt. Rev. D. J, O'Dono-ghu- And then, when the iTittm. and the omoa of from IrMlr forever. Then It now no of Indianapolis, and Rev. J. P. llheumatltm Is gon excuse te uflr longer wttb-creal need no actual balp. W asU. and la otaadano recommend Cronin and Rev. P. M. Rock, both of Louisville. J59B O. L. Penny B. D. CARTlzR, - Street, Phone 0f ESctsy BOOTEE," a genuine calf skin, fromtop to toe, at $5.00. RCGISTtRtD NOTICE! NOTICE! No man can work or think with wet or hurt-jn- g feet. We have a few Shoes that are Dry, Easy and Dressy. You have to come to us Sale of Blue Farm for them. No one else can furnish them. The line is the best and most ex Grass tensively advertised Shoe in the world today in patent leather, kid and heavy, three-sol- e blizzard calf at $3.50, $4 and $5. "HOCK-E- R leather-line- d Rheumatism - H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. k e, ru ."OR SALE1 Htock Dry floods. Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Ac: ntmut t.'.ii"J. Doing fair business. Liberal terms. (1. 11. IIAKIIIH, Crab Orchard, Ky. Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy PENNY'S DRUG . It. H. Coltoy H. H. Coleman p STORE. ! FOR HOT WEATHER HELP. TltV OUK Talcum Powders, SjiongM, J. J. belden7 PUBLIC SALE 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 justifiable. 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 15 years' imprisonment recently a m af firmed by the Federal Circuit Cout of Laurel county has a 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 Cantrill Ho has has announced for no opposition thus far. Precinct conventions will be held in Bourbon county to nominate n democratic candidate for school superintendent to succeed Prof. McChesney, y deceased. William T. Davis, of Pinevllle, has announced for circuit judge of tho 20th district against Judge M. J. Moss, who defeated him for the republican by about COO. person in N. 11. riuiiuner, Idlburndooch, II. (). Nunuelley, Will Hetter, fcring from Eczema, Pimples, DandJ.W. I'eck. J. W. llauguinaii, The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets ruff or any form of skin or scalp disDavid Htevejll, J. K. llruce, called Provcntlcs, will In a few hours ease, can find relief and be permanent' JohnUumeiilscb. Wm.Uordler. M. D. Klmow, DunTraylor, safely check all Colds or LaGrippe. ly cured by Zcmo, a clean liquid foi (lotl)bollck. fred Ilandorf. I). M. Anderson. J, J. Thompson, Try them! Sold by Penny's external use. All durggists sell ZEMC II. Kadt j, .loser, - Mr. and Mrs. Jas. ono n Drug Store. Mrs. in. j. A. Kiuitu Mrs, (leo. PENNY'S DRUG STORE. J. J. Elliott. W. It. Dnuuhertr. rrunic i.oruier, Tho thirteenth annual meeting of the Dr. (J.(l. l'errv. iter. Father l.eo. Kentucky United Daughters of the FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNH. 11. Ilaughman, II. W. llulnet. iTiaii Aiurigui. Confederacy, held at Hopkinsville, en Mrs. Margaret Uoocli, Jacob Dander TY FOR SALE I v. (ieo.U. (livens, irayiur tertained Mrs. Caroline Meriwether u j onii. juitr. ham ttuiierit. Goodlett, of Nashville, Tenn., founder M.J. llofniuiin. Amend Hohnefer, A Hue blue grass farm for sale situated on A. It. Matheuy K.T. Ueaxley of the organization, as guest of honor. new pike neur l'oli:t lnvell and six mile ly. H. darner. Mrs. J. II. Owsley, iitj acres, south of II. I.. Kuguley, M. J. Moruan. Mrs. Mattie Bruce Reynold, of Cov- well located III.. good containing neighborhood, .... . being ... ... nf .1... Y..1. ll.U. Wutklns, II.. IL.. . iui.t .. 1... .. liaun H.T. HurrlJ,ey. wiiim ington, presided. iwiiui luu.uuH nui.or It. ll.Orow. J.U. lluud some new. lealrirnru U. K. MoOlure, Mrt.Nanulull.C mereon, wuu an necessary ouiuuiiuiugiiind Anton ltouecker. It jjuaranteud by 0 L. Pen good, new barn 0i00. well wiiturud. six AndersouOarr. Fred Voiitlruenlgan W. M. Dlshou, never falling springs and creek running Mrs. Kate Ador ny to cure inillKestlon or money back. throuuh. T. Ii. Ilaughman, Mrs. Ilubeccu It. Carpenter Nlo Olutz, tkumh. ii cash in hand, uiD.rc6uu aiorattCD. Deicmrjjr two years from dor of ial.. balance one nnd W. Kopatx, J. V. Hottr, LarTnir .fr'.e John H. I.ee. !. Mevlurs, or L'US, Etc., Iu live minutes. LarL't) cent Interest untlfpuld. . Tom Kerrlll, Ohrlstlau Jacob, . rersuus loosing lortucn place pieasowrll " Fred l"iyk, W. 1'ltuiau, UOXi oOc, W. or tee W.O. WtLxeu.Htiufnni. c. 11 - Appeals. for House nnd Onrrlage I'lilntlnir and TrimI will sell lit public sale to the highest bidming. Taper Hanging, Gun und Locksmith-lug- . der, on Hliop opposite depot. MATl'HDAY, OCT. a, VXV, Htanford, Ky J.J. Ukldrn, alioutUVl acres of land, lying In Kockcnstle county. Ky.. adjoining Hie Mndlsou county Hue on the North and bordering on the l A N. railroad. S mllu from lloon station, nnd three miles Mouth of Keren I'ollegx. This land is in a goou ueigiioornooo, Close Ono story cottage of ellit rooms nnd nil necessary outbuildings. Ix)t contains one to public school una church. It can Iw di vided Into three parcels, aiioui&oacrei lying ucre.dlvldetl Into cow lot on which It roomy on the Katt side of the ! A N. railroad, burn, buggy house, corn crib, etc. Uood gnrden sot. This Is n desirable pluce, locat- about :W) acres lying on the Houthwest side Hound rUonecoun. ed on corner of Whitley mid Miller streets. of the Keren, KliitOnp A ucres lying 0.1 the tv road, nnd about 610 A. II. HOI.T.OLAW, Htanford, Ky. Northeast side of said road. The three land will tin offered separately und tbenasa whole. This land la unimproved SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI-- , except asinall box house. Mais Hue young growth of white oak, tome hickory, poplar M to J acres NEERING. und pine. There Is level land, with everlasting water, nnd can tie made u line ranch fur iheepnud cattle. The sale will be iiiadeonttiepremltet.iiear I am prepared todo nil kinds of surveying mile from lioone million. and civil engineering promptly. My work the Ihix houso.onu hulf cash when deed Is TKIt.MH.Ono will Ui guaranteed nnd my prices. uro reamade, the remainder In two ec.unl payments sonable. Write me at McKlnuev or cull me w lib over the telephone through the lluitonvlllo with 0 per cent. Interest till puld, notes laud. good surety and leln retained on the Kxcbnnge. Title good. WALTER McKINNEY. Kor further Information call on or write W, r. I'ruwltt, llcrca. Ky. Harrison Duger, who lives near the farm, will show anyone over It who wishes to look at same before I the day of tale. Hale to begin at 11 A. xt. A. W. TITUH. lterea, Ky. All creditors of the Huntington Produce W 1". rrewltt, Auct., Herea, Ky. A Keed U- o- of Huntington, W. Vn aro hereby notified to present their claims against said concern, properly proven a provided ..... ... !.. by law, to the undersigned usslgnIn ll..l.la tu ul.Lli. DO days from the date hereof. We, whose names appear below, strictly I.OVKTT4 KVANB, Asslgnoees. forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of tresDated at liurnslde, Ky., Hept. iw, passing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law. The Truth Miss Mattie Hewet, Itelcheuhucb Bros. A. T. Tray lor. Fred lluuiuaiiii. this city whoissuf Every HOME FOR SALE! Hath llrunlice, x Toilet and Dath Soaps AND ESIECIALLY Our Ico Cold Sodn Water with Jcncy Cream ami Fine Fruit Flavors. par-cels- VftvfW. nl-o- 3-- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. 0BBEBB9BBBBBEEE3 ,i Creditors' Notice .,.. : POSTED. i. BUY The Improved .from Su- perior Grain Drills iv. a .... two-stor- y W H. Ml-o-n- a HIGG1NS, i Stanford. Kentucky. I II uia. &MmiJkA biisjjig-s- r, Jf 'iaity Hi Win i .V.4-.- .- , att)aMA.taW WiPPilH!ll"''iilW'lwn'f mmnmfmlimmtim t'i '"W iiwpwiwii wwuwii-pifi- i ipii, i pw in muij)i,piiMuii w i jww w i mwnpfin m nfi mr' a - - DEAR MR. AND MRS. BUYER: We. occupying tho place of We gether beliove wo have done our part by scouring the country for tho best valuos to bo obtained in our linoB. Wo boliovo too that our long enables us to soloct tho class of merchandise you want. Wo have also markod theso goods at reasonable pricos. What we soil you, must bo as represented . aro your monoy back. Isn't this a substantial bridge for you to cross and como to our store7 If you will como in, look our goods over and got our pricos there will bo businoss done. "" Yours if there is any business dono. seller, realizo wo must got to- 3 ex-peri- H T truly, I.- - SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Fresh urday. homo-mndcandy every SatMiia Ella May Saunders. o y, & SON, STANFORD KY. RENT. r i j .v L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W O Mir'--i petition for her hand." The Ladies' Aid Society of tho PresSec onr lino of Sweater Coats, they "I see. And now I understand about Fri& Wcaren. byterian church will meet BrAwroiiD, Ky., - Ocr. 15, 1900 nro beauties. Cummins competition being the life of trade. ' ' day, with Mrs. Bcttio McKlnncy at 2:30 I have one room for rent in Craig P. M. Special Joan of Arc40 cent cigar wo property. Mrs. Catherine McClary. FOR Sunday only This cool weather ahould remind you will Bell on Saturdays and Come to the Suit And Skirt Show at that Cummins & Wcaren have a Pino Drug Store. For rent for IMOwlth prltllcge ol sewing 1'enny'a 6 ccnU itralRht. SO acres In wheat tlili Kail and planting Oct. 16th. Sevcranco stock of heavy our store underwear. Cummins corn nnd tolmrco next Hprlng. Will rent fur part o( crop. w. f. Mukpiit, &Son. & Wearen. PERSONALS. Wnynesburg, Ky. Heating and cooking stoves nt prices Mbs. A. H. Skverance haa bcn cotFor Sale. Beautiful you can not afford to pass over. G D. tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on LoFOR nulte lick. MK. J. W. ACY was in uicnmonu Hopper. gan avenuo. Prico and terms to suit Having derided to locate elsewhere. I lll You can't leat our lino of Slio&j for Comfort, Quality, Stylo ell prltntely inv farm nt lllghlund of i Wednesday. The L. &. N will run another $1.75 purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. nnd Low Prices. We hnvo the strongest line of Ladies' and ncrH, more or ie. imprmeiiirnu good; Kev. C. J. SirrXE, of London, was excursion to Cincinnati Sunday. Train on place; burn: Children's Shoes in Patents, View, Velours, Tnng, Ac, that While in Frankfort a few days ago, hard;!! watered. good.1.11 II good orcit hint. hero yesterday. 5 a. m. leaves Stanford depot at Wnynesburg, Ky. Mr. Cicero Ilcynolds bought a farm 2J we have ever carried. Most any color you want in Sucdo too. Miss Mary Uroce spent several days We invite your inspection. For Kent. Four room cottage with miles from the Capital and presented it at Crab Orchard. Itching Skin Diseases Mrs. II. C. IIUM.EY is with friends four acrea of ground in good portion of to his daughter, Mrs. H. C. LeComptc. Are Meii, don't forget te represent two of the beet Tniloring readily cured by Zemo. A liquid Stanford. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. In Bullitt county. Judge W. A. TRiunLE, agent for tho for external use. Zcmo give instant concerns in the country anil guarantee Fit, Quality nnil Price. was at Crab Orchard Mb. A. C. Sink The Lexington trotting races will Atlas Insuranco Co., settled satisfacelief and permanently cures any form writing insurance. wind up a successful meeting to day. torily with Mr. W. A. Carson for tho )f Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All MR. W. V. Wade was down from You'll seo somo nne sport If you go loss he sustained when tho Carpenter Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, Corbin this week. House burned. lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. visited over. m Mrs. Anna D. VanArsdale Your attention is called to the adverCall at Mrs. S. J. Tatcm's millinery G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. relatives. l.dftcaatcr Dr. J. B. Owsley Is thought to bo tisement of the Boyle County Tobacco store in Crab Orchard and sec her Warehouse, which appears on our beautiful new Fall and Winter hats, somewhat Improved. I bonnets, notions, etc. Most complete Mr. Joe II. Hocker. of Kansas City, fourth page. line ever shown in the East End nnd Is with his mother here. At administratrix of John I'. Hubble, t Buying Hatt Schulfner & Marx wilt nt liU late residence near Turnersvllle, Mrs. Euza Blain has returned from clothes is makmg an investment, not prices lower than anybody's. Ky., on a visit to Dnnvlllo relatives. Kill DAY, OCT. , 1KJ9, Less than three weeks remain to the nt ::in an expense. They are to be found at STANFORD, KENTUCKY. .. sell nt public miction to the Mr. and Mrr. J. S. KiCBarevisiting Cummins & Wearen'a. election. Tho democrats have their highest nnd best bidder liiin nice brood marcs, two line colts by Hcudder's I'ealne, her mother and aister at Cave City. raco won, but thero ahould bo no let up u good cow, (I slacks uf good hay, n Miss Minnie Woods has returned THE Danville Advocate announces for anywhere along the line. Over confi- mowingmilk machine, plows nnd other fanning Lexington. other niton lot from a visit to friends In commonwealth's Attorney C. A. Har- dence aometimes endangers victory. Implements;numerous of harness nndTerms things too to mention. Miss Belle Denny has gone to Pa- din for circuit judge six years hence. Work until 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, madelcnow n on day of sale. MRU. KAN NIK 1IUI1III.K, Ailmx. sadena. Cal., to spend a few weeks. He would.mnke a good one. Nov. 2. Mrs. It. C Hocker has returned Things must be in bad shape in Pleas nt Delecate. Among tho from a visit to her parents in Madison. Spoonamore and Boylo. Tho Advocate says it would delegates is George B. Lyne, who rep W. 0. Martin. Sam from resents lodge 108 r at Crab Orchard, Lee Ituplcy went to Lexington Tues- take a continuous term of court Tobacnow until Jan 1 to clean up the docket. day. Lne is a West Kentucky product J. L. II. COFKEY has been given a Wk have on hands all of the latest and for many years waa a prominent co . He stopped guard's place at the Frankfort penlten-tiaryFall and Winter styles in millinery and business man in Paducah. Innotions. Call and sco them before you on his way hero at Paducah and spent in Its to easy to blow about one's self in print, and stretch the truth' too to Wo Miss Margaret Livingston Is buy. Miss Cora Lipps and sister, Hus- tho night among his old friends. tho Pittsburg Convention this tonville, Ky. are always glad to meet him for ho is a the Btiapping point that the cold truth doesn't get a whole lot of hearing in first class gentlcmrn in every respect. week. ii. ssi tho ordinary newspaper 'ad. Mayficld Messenger. Postmaster J. C. Florlnce attend-e- d Dr John Cook, the wants it understood that he is not postmasters' convention In Louthe Receiver Garrett, of tho First Nacomin The tendency is to yell; which soon grows tiresome. We talk in ordinary the Dr Cook who discovered the North isville. tional Bank of Burnside, has reported tones. Thus: , Mrs. Alice Pickett, of Shelby coun- pole. Ho has been bothcrtd consider ably by the public aiking him questions to the Controller of the Currency as ty, is with her daughter, Mrs. Will follows: Good assets, $55,537 29; doubt-ni- l. about the frigid region. New Suits we're showing, $12.50, $15 and 518.50, are as chuck full of $43,141.81; worthless, $3,005 35; toMrs. J. E. Lynn and Misses Marjorio style as an egg is of meat. A riCTURE of Postmaster J. C. Flor tal face value of assets. $108,450.40; nnd I.ouIia Lvnn are visiting relatives Hiiftonville, Kv. fence appeared in Wednesday's Courier with liabilities of $83,053 97. It is beIn Danville. Journal but his most intimate friends lieved an assessment will have to be The best ones are Pile of Stylo make. Ed C. Gaines, of Lancaster, passed hardlv recounted it. Ho wns in tho levied upon the stockholders unless the ! and Battle Creek through to Detroit Sale group of I M.s attending tho Post doubtful assets can bo realized upon That's vonr guarantee and ours. Wednesday. masters' Convention in Louisville. Tho case of President Stewart, of the Allekk Hounrt. of Garrard, Misses bank, has been turned over to the DeW will offer for sale to the highest nnd was the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. To Printers This olHce has for salo partment of Justice at Washington for best blddir toiuexnlunlile hones und mults K. Warner. a lot of display and body type which haa prosecution Kill DAY, HOT. M,llw, Mr. Geo. A. Benedict, of Washing- been used very little, p medium sized consisting of the following stock: Onu sormingling with old imposing stone, a lot of cases, and sev10 enrt old, good drher and safe rel ninrt. ton county, was here In loal by lllnck Jew; 1 liny mare In foal by BRODHEAD. friends this week. black Jim", extra good brood mare, her coin eral cono pullej a Will go cheap if sold iHing perfectly Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Walker aro Bt once. Interior Journal ollice, Bob Hicks is progressing nicely with alwns womenblue tie winners nnd mare, in brood to drle; safe lor celebration of Stanford, Ky. ITU), Anna foal to jack; I twooenr-olattending tho Centennial his new residence and when completed laru; she hns taken blue ties from it suckKy. will help tho looks of that partof town. ling, taking K'cond money In the model tho Christian church at Pittsburg. ring nt iv eat ling, with 13 entries. In foal by J. Dickey left Tuesday to In tho effort to popularize the church, Mrs J. Mrs. Albert Albright, of Lebanon lllaok Joe, she by Dignity l)are;ltwo-tnr-olin by Terry lllack Joe. attend a missionary meeting down in smoking is allowed during services Junction, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Hue, lllly good one. Dare, In foal by llllles.good Is a Twoyearllng one at Dayton, O. It may como to pass She will be absent 10 days. Georgia Brown, of Emporia, Kas., is with ons;l suckling mule, and it good one; Matt ''''wWWWWWWWWWWV,f',slWfl,SJVSJrSJWWVfr And all the fun ho is suckling horse colt by lleau XiOjoiIi and a MISSE3 EUZAIIETII ALLEN.Ol Millers- - that a follow can relatives in tho Say era neighborhood. nice one; I pair good jearltng mules, two Bogie, of Mt. lookim; for without having to go to his year-olsorrel liurae. All tho b'lrg, and Margaret Livingston, Brodhead and Fair View broke to drle well. Onu beautiful black Sterling, aro guests of Miss Sallio Tay-b- r club or other places of amusement, aim Baptist Sunday schools have been con- stallion, lllack Joe, 3) ears old, by the noted I ply by attending church. Preston Carroll Woods. testing for the quarter which ended l'reston, tttf, and a half brother tofor him his owner reluilug UU bo sure to seo him. will beat Mrs. James P. Thompson and son, delay haa been caused Sept. 30, and tho result is that Livings- Onu extra tho salo and mare, 11 years old. In Consideraule good brood WAYNESBURG, KY. James Robert, of Lebanon Junction, In tho building of tho court-housby ton leads in money collected, Brodhead foal by lllack Joe; 1 lllly colt by said mare, i), monthsold by bid Kreston; 1 yearling Mr. and Mrs. nro visiting herlparents, Capital, 915.000. Surplus (Sk Profits $2500. tho failuro of tho terra cotta. ordered wins in the number of Scripturo verses horse by Anti carlo; 1 ngod sorrel mnre,dnm Wlucbrs-ter.iill1Hilly M. Warren. of an Atlanta firm, to arrive. It waa memorized and repeated, whilo Fair of ltubter,2:U; mare Wilton. J:9), Hoy, bred Resources Over liny by Wilkes DOC DRYE, of Hustonville, is buying due Borne timo in July and all of it has View shows tho best average attend- tow. T. llarrls'Jack. lirown mare, 8 years old, by llton.dam Wilkes Hoy, farmed to Boyle County WareDirectors: tobacco for tho not vet come. They must be alow ance, 93 (I. Cecil, for SUJ. Halo Dr. A. K. Caldwell, K. CurtU, C. O. Gooeh, H. H. Slo(jleton, house, Danville, George Cogar & Co , coaches down in tho Georgia capital. Rev. C. C. Wilson, who moved from know uto begin ofnt 1 o'clock. Terms made on day sale and very liberal, J. W. Wheeldon, Dr. J. W. Acton, G. W. Leach, Jas. A. Hayes, proprietors. here to near Highland last Spring, is J. D. KADtt A HON, Htuutord, Ky, M K. Wheeldon, L. G. Gooch. Mr. J. M. Roberts, democratic nom moving back with us and will occupy J. l Chandler. Auct. Caddell Woods, who Is in Uncle Sam's service with headquartcn at Ft. inee for aheriff of Pulaski county, was one of the residences on Silver street. Officers: Thomas, is spending his furlough with here at court Monday and told us that Miss Clyde Watson, who has been atL. G. Gooch, President. M. E. Wheoldon, .Tas. A. Hayes, V. good for him in his race. tending Brown Memorial School at Mt. things look his mother and sister here. PresIdonU. Stanley Mcintosh, Cashier. Ind., "If I am not greatly mistaken I will Vernon, la at home for a few days, her -- News comes from Martinsville, Tho ofllcera of this bank extend a cordial Invitation for your that John Owsloy Held, who went thero collect tho taxes, etc., In Pulaski for school having closed for a few days on lmtrnnnire. votir notfnunt Is rnsiwH'tfiillv enllciteil uhptlier Inrmi to rid himself of rheumatism, la doing tho next four years," said he, and account of scarlet fever. or small pollto treatment and satisfactory results are assured. 9 ! here's hoping ho will. Z nicely and la already getting relief. Personal Interviews and correspondence solicited. Before this is read Mr. J. M. van- m MRS. F. K. Triudlk la spending the The Annual Farmers' Instltuto will hook, who was reared at this place, week in Loulsvillo and taking in thn bo held at Kingsville on Nov. 3 and 4. but now in tho mercantile business at JW acres land, well located, fairly Wfdlluihlgbstatoof cultivation, most all horse show. Mrs.IAIico Newland, of Hon. Charles Blnndford, former speak- Burnside, will have been married to firoted.ln abundance af uood stock water springs: a lout, furnished from McIIcnry, la tho gueat of Mr. and Mrs. er of the Kentucky House, and Mr. II. Miss Emma Denny, a beautiful and ac tau barrels com, uncus oi nay, larm-lu- g J. M. Bailey. Advocate. complished lady of Burnside. The brido Implements, etc. II farm Is not sold n horticulW. Clayton, a The condition of Mr. F. I. Combest, turist, will bo tho speakers. The Kings- and groom were sweethearts in their privately will be ottered publicly ut my sale dangerously ill for tho who has been ville people will do all in their power t6 younger days. Immediately after the Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1909. past month, has!changcd for tho better make tho meeting a success. ceremony the happy couple will como aome hopes aro entertained for his and to this place, where they will bo guests To those ut a distance will say thut this farm Is recovery, but ho la atill a very alck At Harrcdsbrfrg J. Wesley Robards of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry for county, located at Morelnud station, Lincoln Ky.. ou the J. A City.; good hotel man, suffering with a complicated liver waa shot and fatally wounded by John a fow days. In our boyhood days wa accommodations nt Morolaud. This Is a Tho Codec with tho Strength, Flavor ami Aroma. For the next 30 tlayg closluK oat sale of farm stock und crop. trouble. Liberty News. we will give G. Pulliam, editor of tho Harrodsburg went to school threo sessions in suc Kour Jennet suckling colts, JenleuneW, i uged Jennets, IS Herald, in tho office of that paper. Ro- cession to Mr. Vanhook and look back nets, it t toaeur old, twoLOCALS. $1 75 Five Pound;) CoiTeo nt 35o jack.3 suckllug Jack colts, bards fired on Pulliam, who waa at his upon those days with fond memories. ieiiuutsfrum registered mule mares, 1 00 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Pot at 81.50 wounded him In tho shoulder, Harvey, wo congratulate you. May thoroughbred brood mare, 1 I registered desk, und salo. This office. Old papers for 1 two.) and the latter returned tho fire and tho happiness ever spread its wings over standard bred trotting mare, stuudnrd bred registered lllly, 1 83 25 Come to tho suit show Friday, Oct. bullet penetrated Robards' bruin. Ro- you nnd yours. ironing liny, I sinuuuru ureu reglslertd trotting burse, pair 4 yeur old & Son. accused Pulllum of intimacy ISth. Severanco bards hud work mules, liialrl eur old work mules, I For thirty Jays you save 81 25 horso mules, 1 ultra A. Holland Forbes, who left St. Louis iwlrl)eur old This small herd ol Jacks good with a relative, which the latter strenwalking horse. and Do not forget to call for your tickets uously denied. Mr. Pulliam worked in n u balloon Tuesday morning, arrived Jennets ureol tho wty best stock 111 Ken tucky und this Is an opportunity lor it man on that Davenport. Cummins & Wear-ethis otilco many years ugo and the in Richmond, Va., Wednesday night, to get some foundation stock to start ou. tried are Jennets many friends he made here will learn having landed in Chesterileld county, All theebreeders that hue been two eitm regular and there are, Hays with sincere regret that ho was com- near that city early in the evening. Ho good Jennet Jacks la lot oirered. The sale FOR automobile oils see W. W. will commence promptly ut o'clock A. u at tho Stanford Oarage. The best to pelled to take the life of his fellow traveled 731 miles and captured the oauct.7(, ivuv. Vote under the rooster and let tho "Tho young men fairly shower flowers gamo cock do your scratching. and candy upon her. Thero Is great com- SHOES! HUGHES, MARTIN & five-roo- SALE! More-hom- e m PUBLIC SALE i- CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, 1 NOTICE! Your New Suit. Ky-M- m e. Insure your and Tobacco Barns the West End surance Agency. Get your policies written right a good pany by m W.J. CAMPBELL, Horse and Mule 1 W. E PERKINS, d Crab Orchard, d 1 K(KAKAl'tfttvaAAAS)ASt 1 d The Waynesbur$ DepositBanK, Inc., 900,000. o .. I Splendid Farm At Auction never-fallluu m ' well-know- K4w444ewr ear-ol- d ear-ol- d n. w h found, man. Labm cup. 11. U. KINO, Moreland, Ky. GIVE IT A TRIAL. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. A, . . .f gfetg-- .- -.4 i njrft wmm ' TT Wpi. iiiI.,t H. L. yearling mules Henry C. Anderson, Stanford. at Stanford at XnltrtHinthe J. M. Mason, of Bourbon, bought 45 tttend-tlti- u mntttr, 809 pound cattle at 4) to 4,c. S. J. Dell sold to C. J. Slpple, of London, n combined mare for $235. N. Fort Sale. -- 30 good feed M. No.ll,HOUtll,llIP.A M. No.B.Houtti.llrns era. G. A. Swlnebrond, near Ilubblo. No. l, North, 4:W a. x. Tho barn on the Alandalo Farm near No. W, North, B:S7 r. M. No. T7, 10:47 A M. Shclbyvllle burned, causing a $3,600 No.H.IlWr. M The Interior Journal. Pott-Offi- FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. For Sale. 2G TIMETHBLE tersntHIc preparation tot sternal ust. Stops Itching Instantly I desire to sell privately my stock of nd destroy the germs that cause skin good busidiseases. Ecsema CJickly yields and Is ness. Will Hardware. Ivolnrf remarkable III health. Invoice nbout t,fi"u. Itenson permanently cured by this medicine. All Druggists. Write for sam(IKO. I). HOtTKrt, Htanford, Ky. ple. E. W.Rose Med. Co., St Louis, Ma ZIMO, Eczema Is Curable Stock of Merchandise for Sale. 1,050-poun- Penny's Drug Storo. d JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. loss. Surgoon Dentist, KENTUCKY: tTANFORP, Office overMcRobcrts' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. A. S. PRICE, At Lexington 16,000 pounds of Bur-le- y tobacco of the new season sold at 9 to 18c. ZIMO I, rtcotslseS si tfc.mait bon.it snS r, satcuMiol mtslclne la tit niM J FARMS FOR SALE ! The Remedy that Always Carts Lasaaa FARM FOR SALE! TJif farm of IK) item, of good Mue grass 7:nml, lylna one mile North of McKlnny,on the Htnnfonl plkn. Improxeincnts nrtd fpnrlnit gooili iilcnty of siater ami fruit. Also lit acres of timbered land one mllo Kftit.f McKlnner ; half uudttr foore , plentyp. 01 ternna gooa loinrm innu nv unm-g,crom Fall and Winter Stock. Uave'your measure token by n tailor of experience. Then your clothes, lielhern low price business suit or the nnctt evenlni clothes, will have that Individuality and lit which plainly lndlcnte they were made to our measure. 1 will alio tnko your meat ore for extra trousers, fnnoy vests, top coatit and overcoats. Fall and winter samples on band ready for your Inspection. overage of 13c. II. O. ItUI'LKV. The Tailor, e Grief over the recent death of a Htanford, Ky. vorite cow is believed to have been motive which caused Dr. J. F. Siddall, CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! 80 years old, to end his life at Oberlin, I can ftirnlih the publlo with the liett, n well at t he freshest of cut flowers, plants of O. nil kinds, bulbs potted (lowers, on short An attack will be made upon the notice. Also mnke a specialty of wreaths lor for funeral purposes. constitutionality of the anti-rac- e track Id connection with the ntxno, I have nil kinds of vegetables ou hand at reasonable gambling law in New York. Arguments Pr Ce,'01IItI8rMANlHKKN wero heard as to whether oral betting IIOUHKH. Kd HUHIIAIIII, l'KOH. is construed as Htanford, Ky, Baron Moore, the valuable saddle and insures Tobacco and Tobacco harness stallion of J. L. NicolT & Son, of Warren county, died at Elkton as the result of being poisoned. The ownNothing But ers had just refused $5,000 for him. For Sale. Pair horse mules, two yearlings and one colt. RegisterThe Insurance Man, ed Duroc boar and some young boars STANFORD, KY. ready for service. R. H. Crow, Shelby Residence Phone 86; OlUce. WS. City, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2, box 23. Insure with me nnd be fully I will sell at Fox's stable, Danville, protected. next county court day, Monday, Oct. IS, a lot of fine colts, two and three years, old by Dorsey Golddust, Lincoln Chief, Mimic Wilkes and Paragon. F. Rcid. A Bowling Green dispatch says: As We are In Dosltlon to do nil kinds of con cretlng. such lis lllock Work. Pavements a result of the tabulation of the tobac nnd. In fact, we can make nnv thine from r co pledges In this district, it has been bouse down to a fence post. We can sere ou promptly and gunrantee tlrst.class ascertained that 5,500 acres have been worKunu iiiaienui. ununnu gei our prices piaceu in me pool out oi s,uu acres in ueiore j ou uuy your material nt leusi. fo-thbook-makin- g. Seed barley and homegrown timothy seed. B. W. Glvens, Hubble. Embry Oros. sold to a Mlddlcsboro Arm two cars of corn at $2 85 on board cars horo. , Lost at Stanford, county court day, OH. 11th, one steer. Plcaso notify M. J. Farrls, Danville. 0. G. Fox has bought In Doyle and adjoining counties 617 mules and mule colts since the first of August. Estray.- - Dark sorrel j calling mule, left court day. Will pay reward for re turn. E. T. Ueazlcy, Stanford, No. 4. Estrayed. Three barrow hogs, black spotted, weigh about 250, crap off left cars. Liberal reward. E. T. Pence. A. R. Robertson, representing a Louisville house, bought 1,500 acres of tobacci in Montgomery county at an For Sale. 1 s4 potliltslr inj pmt. ntstlr csifs Ecteras sn4 ill Ittklnf ilia dtMiKt. Get s boils torfir. All Dioitl.it Wilts for ssasK. lintmlr tellms LW.IoMllnatli.tCs. St. Unit, M. ZEM0 REWARD. t wish to sell prlvntely my fsnn of .M acres nt Jumao, Lincoln County, ky, four tulles from McKlnney. Has on It good livroom dwelling, gnoil lmrn. cellar, spring bouse, nne water, etc. Innd Is In lilglistitteofcul. tlvntlon. Also hate four other small farms forsale, Alt well Improved. Terms, sntls. -factory. IM'.HU'l't.K"2 Htnnfonl, Ky., It. K. 1). No. 3. r Infor-mntlo- g. b. rnuiTT. Moreland, Kentucky, New Pall Lino Millinery now in. Also New Furniture coming in almost daily. 0. 11. 1'mriTT, Morclnnd, Ky. lint Inn suffered considerable tinnoranca nnd daninen (rum outlaws. In breaking Rate lutein's n ml tearing down und destroying my (titles, on tun county rona mni runs through my tnriu, t hu concluded to offer n reward for Information lending to tun conviction of such person or pwrsons. I n Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of? will therefore. Hire the sum of J.V) for leading to tho nrrcst nnd conviction ot anypnrty or parties, tlint haui broken the Intones on any of my gntet.or that lime Marblo and Monuunwed down or torn down but of my antes on the county rond which runs from tho liusiontnio turnpike to me .Miiieugeviiie turnpike, through my fnrm;nnd I will sltn the tamo amount for Information lending Markers and Posts, Cemetery nml Ijtwn to the arrest nnd conviction of nny parly or Vases and hettees. Ulltce nnd works, Mcnnrtles who In the future commit nny of the Klnney, Ky. nbove offenses. witness my band Ibis lOtli day or August. T. J. Ill I.I., Nit. IfM'. Harry Jacobs, Cranlto ments, "'"OlgjfUWMtS Wo nre now mitly to llOv jnu fine of tlio lct lines of MenV, nnd Children's Clothes ever shown tho jtcnplo fur the lowest prices. line of Omcont nml t'rovnucltes from 87. CO new nml Gooti vnhiif. Comv in nml let im show you. Am sure you will lio wilh this line. Youths' AIo a to 820. pleasetl ILUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE! My nne nine bluccrnsa farm. S'X miles .... ...If.s VniiiI t..MU t..- - U. Ilii.,iitlll. VUV IIIIIP ..VF..1 lillll 1, Tfc n. ilU.HJItllilCi nnd Carpenter's Htatlon, consisting of 1M Dinwiddie & Co., ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD. KY. ncrrs oi ncu, mur crnss uouip, or touncco land, nil In grnss. This farm can be equally divided to nd vantage sons to bate a good vine:ton Trc OCT. 5 TO 16 ' DWELLING HOUSE on each piece; nlso all necessary outbuildings. The fnrm lays nlmost In n square, only oneangle In lines. There are Jesse larns. Insurance. D. Wearen, d Three Stock Barns, One Good Tobacco Barn, Two Stabled one tenant house, good nnler In etery field; six lasting springs, with three streams running through whole tract. Hustonville, Ky., VIS GREATEST IN THE WORLD I3EH -- $85,000 purs?' J. Steele Carpenter, JIvhtonmllkKt CONCRETING ry an of goods. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carup-to-d- ate : 0 FUTURITY r00 TENNESSEE line .0 w'ZAT CO TRANSYLVANIA Tuesday, Oc " Tuesday, Cct Thursday, Oct. . CUP STAKE 2:03 PACE Bring Your A000 TROTTING HANDICAP.. Monday, Oc;. ' Friday, Ocl ) Thursday, Oc'.. 1 Tiie State University, Loxlngton, Ky. Other Sensational Races Daily. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without (disT R. B. MAHOINY the district. Jake Bonta, of the West End of Boyle, threshed 800 bushels of wheat from 40 acres of land and has just fin ished 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 Robinson's salo Tuesday nnd satisfacto ry prices were realized. The farm of 52 acres was bought by Richard Hester at $40. Horses sold at 95 to $1 13, feeders 3J c, yearlings $14 The corn was not offered. Printing To Life, Live Stock, Health count. - t J, L.Beazley&Co., Reports of killing frosts in the South were followed by excited general buying in the cotton market at New York, and prices made new high records for the season with December deliveries selling at $13.59 and March at $13.70, or 27 to 28 points above the closing pri ces of Monday. Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns, new tobacco barn, 3Cx9G, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lays well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 acres m The INTERIOR The Htnte rnlterslt). Uilncton. K'v.. of fers the follow lug courses, nnuiely, grlcul-turu- l, Mechanlciil Kngliieerliig.Cltll Klectrlenl Knglnevrlng, Mining Ktigliieerlug.Ulusslcnl mid seteji Helentlllu courses, eucb of whlcb eitinds oter four j ears and lends ton llncbelor's degree, also a Department of lnw itudn lH'partiuent of Kducatlon, which lint has been tstabllshed liistend of the Normal Hchool. IVrsous who enter tblsdepnrtmunt prepare forndtaiired ork In iedagogv and are granted a llach elor's degree in this subject when completed. TbeAradeui) for prtanilor) Instruction Is retained. County appointees rectltu free tuition, privilege ol realduiue In the dormitories, fuel and light, trntellng expenses, II they remain 10 consecutlt e iiiunths,oroiie lolleg-latear. Tliebiooratorles and museum nre large, well equipped, comprehensive and modern Military Science Is fully prut Ided for as by Congress. The grudtintes In the seteral courses of study nndlly nnd employment with liberal reutunt ration. The total number ot matriculates for last ear was l.oTH. Kach department has a specialist at Its hi ad, with the necessary numb rot ussiunnts. Young women nnd mi excel lint home, with lioiird nnd lodging. III lntterson Hall, which Is wellemilniMil with nil the modern conteiilences, bathroom, hull for phslcal culture, tit UiRTWeek. Alltoursesof study In the t'nltirslty nre oien Ui women oil identical conditions with those applying to males. The completion of the Agricultural, Mining Knglneerlng. I.ntorntory nnd Kducatlon buildings atrnrd ample nnd cninmiMl-lou- s quarters for these di imrtmeuts. which nre rapidly Int reusing In tlieiiumherol uiu. triculates. Kor catalogues, methods of obtaining apcourses pointments, infi rmallon of study nnd terms of udiilsloii,nppl)-tK. IMttkhhon, I'll. D., 1. 1.. II., l'res., Jan. or to I. V. Kittrrr, Dullness Agtnt. o J)ors Prize Band of Amerloe DLANGHE BERNDT-MEHAFFE- Soprano-Soloi- st N DAILY ONE FARE ON RAILROADS CONCERTS To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent Counties. We have tcureil the skating rink liiiililui; fur a mIcshhiiii for leaf toliar-c- o in the hand urnl will ho reaily lo lie-- in nU m mhiii ii tohacco is ufli cicutly cured for market nml will he utile to oiler urn us good market as jou will find chewhure nt u reiwotinhle cott. Wo have that huyer the largest luanufiicttircrs and dealers in the IT. S. will he re(irt- MJiited in Danville, thui insuring the highest uurket jiriee t tho grower. Call and eu us lie (ore diioing of your lohaeco. ' with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includes 100 acres as fino bottom land as there is in the county. This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. Fall Term Begins Sept. 9, '09. Money Comes In Bunches. JOURNAL Office HENRY Tde Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse, K'y. GUO. C'Ofi.VIUt CO., IVoi.rietors, I I? Undei Users and Embalm Alio Dealers in Furniture, Mattinga.Rugr. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Pricea Right. era If ftTiFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, To A. A. Chisolm, of Trendnell, N. Y , now. Ills reason Is well worth reading: "Tor a long tlmo I sulTered from Indigestion, torpid liver, constipation, nervousness and general do blllty," he writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no appetite nor ambition, grew weaker every day In spite of all medical tieafwent Then used Electric Hitters. Twelve bottles restored all ray old time health and vigor. Now I can attend to business every day. Its a wondetful medicine." Infallible for stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and nerves. 60c at Penny's Drug Store. s I)auille, WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- H. B. NORTHCOTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Best .AND. Iron and Rubber. rtJL-- J lr uf.it iJw -- - i- - t "Uncle George, we are studying synonyms in school, and I want to know the difference between 'cute' and W STANFORD, OffMfhJDe, H7, w KY- - Til &&' 1,1 'sneaky ' " "According to your mother, It Is the difference between what you do and what Mrs. Jones' little boy does." Pulng of women, head pains, or any pain stopped .in 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Snoop's Pink Palu Tablets. Fee full formula on 25o box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. and attempted to rob D, M. bank in Highland Park, a Chicago suburb, committed suicide when he was about to be captured with $1300 of the bank '8 money in his possession. b'rs-kir.e- 's Work Lowest Prices The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAK FOR H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford ONLY $1.50. r'ew people to tle United fitatea have not l. heard of the (Democratic la all ttilugs, fair la all things, clean la all things. It U essentially a family paper. 11 a special arrangement we are eoabled to ofL fer the WEKItXV on vearaud this paper for th price named above, band your subscription for the com bination to ui not tc the Courier-Jouru- n Courier-JournaCOUBIER-OUBNA- Undertaker. Embalmer and Dealer inlHarness, Saddlery, HoumJPuom t. A bold bandit, who rode In an auto-mobi- Make your homo. as modern for your fumily an a city MR. l'ARMEU: resilience, und place younelf iu u iioritlun to get the lutest market ouotatiun at any tune, litis can ho accomplished hy means of our telciihonu servieo. which you ami your neMihore can uet for u sum that U small comtiaml with tho benefits received. Cull or ndtlrew our nearest oflico or writo direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for Information regarding our special "Farmers' Lino" rnte. If you ure not nt nreseut euioyiuir telenlionu servieo. w cau iiuuiedintely Interest you. Our liuos cover tho Stages of Kentucky, Teniiesseo, Mlasitmippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiaua and Illinois. EAST TKNNKSSKK TEL. A TEL. CO. (iKroHHIUATXD); i RURAL TELEPHONES. ItM .J. & m mtmimM nfiiMaitf--Satttitii.- i ;i iftii'i.WWhiMi