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H r orti 1II i I B 3 THE INERIOR JOURNALt1 IM Lf VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 19 1909 NO 67 jRoar Happy at Seventy Admiral Schloy who has just his 70th birthday is well It feels young and Is happy Thoro Is sunshine without and within he said touching his breast I am not as good i of course in sonic respects ho Went oneyes I was at 25 but in others perhaps I I am a wholo lot better It is a pleasant picture which ho pre fsents for excepting hnppyyouth there d VI is no more attractive thing In life than happy and contented ago Tho joy of the young Is an instinctive thing the thoughtless delight in tho world around which to them is made anew for them n to conquer it is sheer physical pleasure in living When the old are glad and still have a zest of life it means that they have passed tho trials and trlbula tions from which no one is exempt and have risen above depressing influences s it means that they havo been taught 1wisdom by discipline and experience and have learned to look on existence with a cheerful philosophy It moans that they havo found much in life be sides care and anxiety and that it is worth living to tho end Tho cheerfulness of old age if a dem castration of faith conscious or not in n higher wisdom a proof of sweetness of soul and of bygone years well spent To be happy at 70 and glad to bo alive is to bo an Inspiration and delight to the middle aged who boar the burdens and havo not yet learned that tho best Is yet to bo and that a peaceful age is tho crown of life Indianapolis Star Mohammed All MIrza the deposed Shah of Persia who Is now living in Odessa has twice telegraphed to tho Russian Emperor asking permission to visit him and thank him personally for 1his reception and the refuge offered him In Russia The exShah has also Intimated hU desire to meet Emperor Nicholas at Odessa while the Emperor is on his way to Italy The request has not yet been granted as the Em Iperors advisers aro opposed to thisI atop for fear it might complicate Rus sia already difficult position in Persia Rev Archibald Black a of tho Union Theological SeminaryI will be tried on charges of heresay by tho Trcsby tcrian synod Ills ordina tion us pastor of tho Bedford Park PresII byterian church was objected to by a minority of the members of the Presbytery who hAve been fighting his en trance to tho ministry The Synod meets at Johnstown N Y October 19 to 21 r Tho BedRook of Success Lies in a keen clear brain backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splendid beath tIlL Dr Kings Now Life P1I1I s IIIIimpart They vitalize every organ anil build up brain and body1 A fU non LUcmoro W Va writes They are the host pills I overused It 2fo at Penny Drug Store Tho Chosen People did not reach Their goal by following their noses The pages of the Scriptures teach That they were wisely led by Moses IAniJD w the story of tho polo ach particular discloses That Cook and Peary found the goal nut they were led by Eskimoscs Frightful Fato Averted Iilwould have been a crlpplo for from a terrible cut on my knee nap writes Frank Dlsbury Kelliher f MJun without Ducklens Arnica Salsa which soon cured mo II Infal I lible for wounds cuts nail bruises it soon cures burns scalds old sores boils akin eruptions Worlds best I for pfloa 25o at Pennys Drug Store I 1Iodge Why Is Dobbs so yery bitter against women taking active interest in politics 7 f On account of his wife She bet hats a f with a half dozen feminine acquaint ances and when her party lost Dobbs had to pay for tho liats Within four days after Frank Wart J renwas released from tho Frankfort s penitentiary where ho served a term on a charge of blowing a safe he was under arrest In a small town near Mem pKia on a charge of cracking a safe in a pwtolilce in that city Health Coffee Is tho cleverest Imltatlon of real coffee over yet made Dr Shoop created it from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine In flavor is made in just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Storo m mm lieAnd what did your father say when you told him that I said I couldnt live without you She He said ho used to tell ma tho same rot A tickling ordrycoughcanboquick ly loosenod with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform q nplnjj unsafe or harsh Sold by 9r Penhys Drug Store This and That IEdgar Goodwin killed Eugene Wilson with a single blow of his fist in Nash yule The City Bank Trust Co of Nash ville has closed its doors for tho put pose of liquidation Tho death list of the recent storm in tho South now numbers 46 and chi property loss is much heavier than was at first estimated The carriage supply of Frankfort was exhausted In an effort to provide vehicles for the funernl of the late Senator William Lindsay The court of appeals hold that the Grand x dgo of the Knights of Pythias was not responsible for debts incurred at the national encampment in Louis villa Hiram Carpenter aged 85 died in Bath county lIe was fond of tobacco and coffee and his friends put a hand of tobacco and at pound of coffee in his casketSales at the Burley Looso Tobacco Warehouse at Lexington averaged 1743 There we 15 buyers present The demand was strong and the bidding spiritedWilliam I Buchanan of Buffalo for mol American minister to the Argentine Republic and Panama was found dying in London and was dead when medical aid arrived For the second time within a month burglars entered the postoffice at Monticello Saturday night and blowed the safe with nitroglycerine securing money and registered mall Mrs L McF Blakemore of Hopkins ville was elected president of the Kentucky division United Daughters of the Confederacy Louisville was selected as tho next place of meeting Judge William Lindsay was buried at Frankfort Although the day was In clement a largo concourse of his friends paid their last tribute The funeral ceremonies were simple but impressive- A detail of Company F of Cynthia Second Infantry left Cynthiana Saturday under sealed orders and it is believed they have been sent to that section of the State where night riding been active Tho football team of the University of tho South was defeated by Princeton the score of 20 to 0 The Tennessee up a game light and the first invasion of the East by a Southern earn was voted a success Midshipman Earl D Wilson an np pointco at largo from Kentucky to tho United States Naval Academy sustained serious injuries in a football tame played at Annapolis between Villanova Pa and the Naval Academy team The city council of Winchester au thorized u vote at the November election on tho question of Issuing bonds to the amount of 10000 for tho purpose of erecting a city building At the same time a bond issue of C5000 for sewer purposes will be voted on Sn Francisco will celebrate this week tho discovery of tho Golden Gate by Gaspar do Portola A number of American and foreign warships will as semble in San Francisco Bay for this celebration and the countries of the world are to bo represented by special delegates and commissions Attorney General Brcathitt has con eluded that the purchase of tho Louis ville Atlantic by the Louisville Nashville is not a violation of tho law prohibiting the acquiring of a competing lino He will hold up his decision however until tho objections of Rich mond are given another hearing- A New York Central train was Wrecked at Rhlnccliff N Y by a broken rail Ono passenger was killed and ten others were Injured Presi dent W C Brown W II Newman for mer president and W K Vanderbilt Jr who wero asleep In n private car were almost shaken from their berths Willie Boy tho Pluto Indian desper ado for whom throe armed posses have been searching the San Bernardino des Iert In California was found dead on tho summit of Bullion Mountain where Jio had been making his final stand He had killed himself with the last shot in his rifle and had been dead several days Jack Johnson the negro pugilist re tamed the worlds heavyweight cham pionship Saturday by knocking Stanley Kotchet in the 12th round at Colma Cal Tho fight was hot from start to finish and the Negro was punished before disposing of his lighter opponent Tho receipts were over lcl0 000At Covington United States Judge Cochran granted tho motion for a new trial in the alleged night rider case of W S Henderson formerly of Bracken county but now of Cincinnati against Vachel Jordan and others on the ground that tho award of 300 damages was too small Henderson sued for 50000 damages nreBreathe Hyomol catarrh No stomach daslng Complete outfit Including inhaler fl Guaranteed by Q L Penny Druggist NEWS NOTES HIckman suffered a 10000 fire Among tho buildings destroyed was i church said to have been 90 years old Mrs Sarah McAllister widow of Ward McAllister famous in his day 8S a leader of Now York society is dead Daniel Stucky aged 75 was stricken with paralysis while kneeling in prays at Columbus Ind and died a few hour laterGov Willson has accepted tho rev ignation of Dr J M Mathews of Lou I Isvllle as president of tho State of Health BoardI H F Chaffee tho millionaire owner of Dakota has informed lice that he bought a gold brick at 11 cost of 25000 Eli Pardee 12 years old of Getts burg S D has saved 1000 out of what ho has earned by selling popcorn shining shoes and doing odd jobs By tho will of Col Thomas H Swope who died In Kansas City a few day ago Felix Swopc of Woodford wil receive 20000 Judge Edmond Waddill In the Unites States court at Richmond Va placed the WareKramer Tobacco Co of Nor folk in involuntary bankruptcy- Mrs Joseph Snyder was burned tc death her husband seriously burned and three children narrowly escaped cremation on their farm at St Francis ville iii- Chief Wilkie of the United States Secret Service stated that absolutely no plot is known to exist having for its object harm to either President Taft or President Diaz- Resenting a reprimand which Mis Margaret Lang a neighbor caused him to receive George Augustian seven years old of Millvale a suburb of Pitts burg shot Miss Lang to death Flourishing a knife and announcing that he wanted to kill President Taft Charles Thorp an aged prospector was arrested at Albuquerque N M after- a vicious struggle with the police Jacob Sherry 36 years old shot and killed his wife and probably fatally wounded his eistcrinlaw at Cleveland 0 Sherry then shot himself mortally The shooting followed n domestic quar relBurglars effected an entrance to the Louisville Nashville depot at Millers burg and robbed tho safe of a large sum of money This is tho third time in three months that the office has been robbedFederal Judge Marshall at Ardmore Okla overruled the defendants motion to quash the Indictments charging Gov Haskell and other Oklahomans with fraudulently scheduling town lots in Muskogee Okla The 100000 racing plant of the Flor ida State Fair Association will be open ed at Tampa on Thanksgiving for a meeting of 100 days There will be several largo stakes Stall room for 1000 horses will be provided At n meeting of the Ohio Valley Im provement Association in Cincinnati Congressman Ohio James pledged his support for the nine foot stage from Pittsburg to Cairo Pittsburg was se lected as the next place of meeting The two Italian children found wandering last week on the North Side of Chicago have been Identified as Thomas Viviano and Grace Viviano who were kidnaped from their home in St Louis The identification was made positive by photographsMiddle and Northern Ala bama were swept by a storm almost amounting to a cyclone Thursday night Two persons were killed and several Injured A rainstorm flooded Chattanoo ga and three inches of hail fell at Hix son 10 miles away Avery Blount the first man to be legally hanged in Tanglpahoa parish La in 20 years paid the death penalty on tho gallows at Amite City In spite of the presence of State troops his brother William Blount started a dis turbance shortly before tho hanging Ho was promptly arrested and lodged injailThirtyseven lives are known to have been lost and unconfirmed reports in dicate that others wero killed in the terrific storm that struck Middle and West Tennessee Georgia and Alabama manytcannot bo fully oscertainad The prop erty loss will run into the millions rIts A Top Notch Door Great deeds compel regard The world crowns its doors Thats why the American paoplo have crowned Dr Kings Now Discovery tho king of Throat and lung remedies Every atom is a health forco It kills germs and colds and lagrlppe vanishes heals coughrackol membranes and coughing stops Sore inflamed bron chial tubes and lungs aro cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Goo Moore Black Jack N C writes loll cured mo of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 60o 81 Trial bot tIe free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storage IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Joe Staples is dead at Somerset alter a long illness Miss Leunna Meadows was struck by a train and instantly killed at Ford William Merrill 70 years old and a wellknown ex Confederate soldier was found dead in bed at Lexington A small child of Mr and Mrs Tim Corbin of Adair county burned to death while its mother was out feeding the chickens James Campbell a farmer of Ander otI iff Comstock arrested Paris and William Shotwell at Corbin It is alleged they killed Deputy Sheriff Carlo Jones at Corbin about three weeks ago J Wesley Robarda who was shot by John G Pulliam editor of the Harrods burg Herald at Harrodsburg died Saturday morning Mr Pulliam is still in bed from the wound received from Mr Robards Winford Bailey former sheriff of Shelby county who went toll tho Pasteur Institute in Chicago for treatment for the prevention of rabies has returned convinced that heats perma nently cured Rev 0 M Hucy has gone toCoving ton where he is engaged in a series of revival meetings at the First Baptist Church Ho is a forceful speaker and thethurch is to be congratulated on se curing his services Somerset Times W L Lawson purchased from J C Hemphill his residence and five acres of land on Lexington street This is con sidered one of the handsomest homes and best locations In Lancaster J B Sandusky sold his handsome brick real dence and 92 acres of land on tho Rich mond pike near town to Alexander Walker for 13600 Lancaster Record lIon W F Pittman will be asked to introduce what will doubtless be theImost novel bill submitted to tho Legislature Judge Puryear has in his vault at the court house two or three barrels of red liquor taken from illicit sellers There is no provision in the law for disposing of whisky thus secur ed and Mr Pittman will be asked to offer a bill providing for the destruc tion of such stuITAdvocoteIWhile en route home from Lebanon Lee Tharpe aged 25 a farmer of Ma non county exclaimed to his compan ion that ho was ill and almost immedi ately fell back in his seat in tho buggy Thinking that the young man had faint ed his companion hurriedly drove toI tho office of a doctor Examination re vealed the fact that he had been dead several minutes He was a son of Charles Thorpe and leaves a wife and two children Money Comes In Bunches To A A Chisolm of Troadwell N Y now Ills reason Is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver consti pation nervousness and general de blllty ho writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grow weaker every day in spite of all medi cal treatment Then used Klectric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now I can attend to bubiueas every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves 50o at Pennys Drug Store Charles W Morse was elected presi dent of tho reorganized Metropolitan Steamship lines the same day the United States Court of Appeals confirmed his conviction on a charge of misapply ing bank funds and his sentence of 16 years of hard labor in the Federal pru3 on at Atlanta The present outlook is that Mr Morse will have to decline the first honor Lexington Gazette It is tho weak sthat cry ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate tho Heartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Sboops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test U and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store You can say that I will vote and do all in my power for the county unit bill I am for the bill personally and for it further because the people of Boyle county are for it writes Hon W F Pittman to the the Danvillo Advocate Hired ManShooting at airships FarmerYep trying to bring down Bumpin to trim Mirandys hatPuck To PRINTERS This office has for sale a lot of display and body type which hast been used very little a medium sized imposing stone a lot of cases and sov eral cone pulleys Will go cheap If sold at once INTERIOR JOURNAL office Stanford Ky Two trainmen were killed and several I passengers were injured in a collision between and freight trains at Halatead Texj III t QUEER QUAUTY SHOES FOR LADIES I- yr I flJ n tS JmeJ Why not buy a Shoe that has the Style holds its Shape and Wears Longer when it Costs you just the same That strong lining in the Queen Quality Sljoe gives it durability and holds its shape Some new styles just received Come in and let us Fit your foot correctly t Cummins Be Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY the Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentucKy Capital 5OOOOCO Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 s H SHANKS PRESIDENT WIvl BRIGHT CASHIER I J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- OIREOTORSr J B Owsley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanforJ John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Rankin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preachersville Lilburu Gooch Gilbcrta Creek If you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by ET PENCE STANFORD KY FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED290Q0 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 21630 Combines Absolute Saety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customrrs We Solicit Your Account d OFFICER J S Hocker President- S T HarrisvrcePresldeal John J McRoberts Cashier =HIC Baughman Asst Cashr WWSaundersDookkeeper I 9 DIRECTORS 211 F Reid J H Baujhojan- M D Elmore J M Fettus H C Baughraan JF Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker C E Tale t The Interior Journal Eo a WALT- ONDemocratic Tickete For Circuit Judg- eMCIAUFLEV of IJncoln- ForCommoawenltha Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN c of Moror For Slate Senator R L HUBBLE x of Lfacolncaunty For Representative W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY y For County Attorney W S BURGH For Circuit Clerk SWOPEtw 1 MCCARTY j For County Court Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON- For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District- JAMESIMcKECHNIE Stanford DistrictForontable BRUCE For MaglstrateCOrnb Orchard District RJH BRONAUGH For Magistrate Hustonvllle District J K HELM SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District JOHN 1M CAMDEN For Constable Wnynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH JOErMAGEE Is ft candidate for Police Judge of Crab Or chard subject to the action of the demo cratic party and asks your support Two weeks from today the battle of the ballots will be fought and the splen did ticket which appears on this page will be elected We are as confident none f assertion as of the other Howev er no democrat should lessen his efforts for larger the majority greater the victory will be During the past week this office has taken some pains to find out the condition of things political and the news we have received is most gratifying From Fishing Creek to the Bend in Dix river and from Bee Lick t the Casey and Boyle lines democrats are aroused to action and are doing val iant work for democracy The e are satisfied with the democratic ad ministration of the past years and are determined to keep that party in pow er Help them do it by stamping under the rooster THE death of Judge William Lindsay at Frankfort removes from the sphere of active existence one of the greatest lawyers in the State He was a man of attractive personality and as Appellate Judge and United States Senator he left his footprints indelibly as a ju rist and a statesman He lived peal the allotted span of life and retained to the end a vigorous mind and body and a most cheerful and engaging manner Some years ago the splendid old gentleman wandered away from the democratic camp but he came back after seeing his error and remained with the party that had so often honored him He was a great man and his name and fame will go down in history ITHATgoing miles to see when on Sundayp morning at Pitts burg Pa 7l ciples of Christ gathered in Forbes tiLordsand 500 deacons acted as celebrants and they were so well drilled that there was little or no confusion when the ceremony was held Of course no church nor auditorium in the great citytl of Pittsburg could accommodate the the great throng and the baseball park Iwassecured A hundred police were around thefgrounds to prevent disturbance or annoyance of any kind from the outsiders PITTSBURQ won the worlds baseball championship by overwhelming Detroit by the score of 8 to 0 in the seventh SIever was s the third successive time Detroit has been defeated in the worlds champion ship series and consequently the third straight victory for the National dlJf j Louisvillett f the credit for winning the series and he proved himself one of the greatest ipitchers of the day li ii theSandypublished at Louisa and loot formstthe weekly issue into pi toThe man wasiSat the strenuous policy of the paper t SENATOR BLACKBURN Intimates that he will not resign his job in the Canal Zone Nobody had any idea that he would turn down such a fat take He is not built that way- POLITICAL Miss Mabel Robbins won the demo cratic nomination for school superln tendent of Bourbon The democrats of Muhlenburg county have nominated Joe F Richardson for Representative In the place of W 0 Smith who withdrew from the race because some silly reports were started- on him Judge Warren E Settle of Bowling Green will have no opposition for Judg e of Court of Appeals in tho Second appellate district The democratic com mittees time limit has closed and Judge I Settle was the only entrant Former Congressman H F Finley for many years a leader in the Repub lican party in this State died at his home at Williamsburg He was 77 years of ago and the father of Charley Finley recently of Indianapolis Secre tary of State of Kentucky from 1895 to 1899Dr Wu Ting Fang the Chinese min ister who recently has become Interested in spiritualistic manifestations attended a private seance t Washington in which he held conversa tions in Chinese through the medium The spirit of President McKinley also spoke to the minister If behooves the democrats all ove Kentucky to vote straight if for no other perpose on account of that re districting bill If the republicans have a majority in the next Legislature the youngest child will not live long enough- to see another democratic Representa tive or Senator in many counties and districts of the State The most casual observer can see tho truth of this as sertion Dont walk into a trap in day I lIghtLancaster Record Two long established precedents were broken Saturday when Presidents Taft and Diaz met at El Paso Tex and Juarez Mexico For the first time in the history of the United States a President set foot upon the territory of another nation and for the first time the ruler of soother nation set foot on the soil of the United States Tho meeting was marked by the exchange of expressions of mutual regard and both executives spoke of the occasion as being typical of the bonds uniting the sister republics The one incident marring the day was the killing of one schoolboy by another in a fight result ing from their efforts to approach near er President Taft MATRIMONIAL 0Douglas Thomas aid 18 and Miss Jessie Chiswell 16 were married in Owen county- J Ed Moore clerk at the Newton- Ian Hotel at Somerset and Miss Mary Rayborn also of that city were married last week Edgar Murrell assistant cashier of the Farmers National Bank of Somer set was married at Chattanooga to Miss Pearl Huffaker also of Pulaski Miss Mae Robinson daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Robinson Marcellus Garrard county was married Wednesday to Charles Cleve Cable of Havana CubaMr E C Hopper of Huatonville announces the engagement of his daughter Miss Camille Lafayette Hopper to Mr Harry Drake Gibbs of Pittsburg Pa but at present located in tho Phil ippine Islands The marriage which will be a very quiet affair will take place at the homo of her aunt Mrs Helen Huffman at high noon Nov 1stIThey will leave at once for Miss Hopper is ono of Lincoln countys charming young women She is accomplished and universally The prospective groom belongs to a splendid and wealthy family e met his fiance in California some years ago u CHURCH MATTERS I 4 Elder F M Tinders meeting at Kirksville resulted in 18 additions to church A Christian church near Maysville was entered by miscreants who badly damaged the interior of the edifice His many friends here will be glad to learn that Presiding Elder WE Arnold now located at Carlisle is conya lescing from a severe spell of typhoid fever Kev F W Allen of Missouri who will preach at the Christian church morning next will have as his The Undenominational Church The Baptists of Kentucky gave 3000 more money for State home and foreign missions during September than the same month last year Ten- housand dollars more in all has been contributed since May 1 of this year than during a corresponding period last year It is thought that the contribu lions to missions this year by the Bap fists will reach 5130000 Last year 110000 was contributed The little Candy Cistl Cure Tablets called Prerentlcs will in a tow hours safely check all Colds or LaGrippo Try them 482oc Sold by Pennys Drug Store OLD papers for sale This office e FOR SALE I Stock Dry Goods Notions Groceries Jlant are Tinware Ao About 1000 Do ing fair business Liberal tormi o B HAUIUB Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere twill tell privately tarn nt lllghUnd of 40 acres more or few Improvements good 1 atore house en place good born good arch ard well watered lNorlTWaynesburg J J BELDEN For Itouso and Carriage lalntlngRnd Trim IningPaperilenglugGunnodLocksmithIns J J BKIDKX Stanford Ky FOR RENTI For rent for 1810 with privilege of sowin SO acres In wheat this Fall und alantln corn and tobacco next Spring Will rent tor part of crop VMAlparnT WnyneBburg Ky HOME FOR SALE 1 Ono story of rooms nnd nil necessary outbuildings Lot contains one acre Into cow lot on which Is burn buggy house corn crib etc load garden spot This Is n desirable place local udoncornerof Whltloy nnd streets A It HOLTCLAW Stanford Ky ENGINEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work- will be guaranteed and ray prices are tea sonable ltpatonvlllerWALfERMiOKIN- NEYCreditors Notice I All creditors of the Huntington Produce A Feed Huntlngton W Vnn nre hereby notified to present their claims against said concern as provided by law to the undersigned their omco In Uurnslde Ky within aJ days from the date hereof EVANSAssigneeesDated Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external use Zcmo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form rf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W lose Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE Fruit And Ornamental Tries I Ever thing for Orchard Lawn nn1 Unr den Catalogue on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky PUBLIC SALE I Ai administratrix of John P Hubble I will at his late residence near Turnvrsvllle KyonFRIDAY OCT a RUN at 190 p x sell nt public nuctlon to the highest and bust bidder some nice brood inures two line colts by Hcudder 1eavlne n good milk cow 0 stacks of good hay n farmlogImplemenllthings too numerous to mention Terns made known on day of tale MRS FANNIE HUBBLE Admz NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good company by W J CAMPBELL Hustonvillc Ky j rrrr 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA FJTJ1 TDATi Oct 24th SPECIAL TRAIN leaving lunyiota City 600 AM AJK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS NOTICEI lI All kind of poplar and pine ceiling drowned tongue flooring maple and onk Jesse Ularkson itoKlnney NOTICE I I Lewis Lynn who sconvicted of nom tteor In the Lincoln circuit In will ask the governor for n pardon and ali who ob inwrltFOR SALE 1 will cell a Clothing Hhoo nnd Cents Fur fishing Store located In the Jest town In county A great opportunity for the right man rttock will Invoice about WJUM Address MJ care Interior Journal Mian lord MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No CO F ot A M will meet antigoclock In their hall on main streect Stan lord Ky Members of sister lodges are fraternally Invited to bo present 1 W len nliigton Sec BaD CARTER Now Llvorv Depot Street Phono DO STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE I We have moved our produce hldti nnd poultry business from Myers stable to our torn recently purchased of Garland Sin gleton two doors from postornce Wo still pay cash tor all kinds of country produce LAN Jk HUCIIAVAX Stanford Ky NOTICEI Lnwnnceburlhaaden Crab Orchard and J J Horton tttnn ford This tonlo Is to bo taken In n half dayJtthe Htate Guaranteed to euro stomach liver and kidney troubles will be sold on the streets hero next county court day Oct II by their salesman lr 11 J Cossldy Sale of Blue Grass Farm I As executors of T J Robinson wo will on WEDNESDAY OCT 10 ItW at about S P M in front of the National Hank lirtluttonvllle KyolTer for Palo nt public outcry the lain of about li acres about S miles from Ilustonvlllp In Lincoln lrospecliveplace by J W Hughes who now lives on It IoiBcstlon wilt be given Jan 1 1VIO Terms will be announced on day of sale ptxroxKxon Heart Strength ruIttvelyself actually diseased It is almost always a faultThlaImply needs and Quit haTe More power more goyemintBurn bantheseDrPboopsfor weak and alllnir Hearts Dr Sheep antsought th ruse of an UlJJpatntu palrltatlna wronat Iesfordvetbispopular bulllbIstrenatbena IroIItdjrutloothem at needed with Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS PUBLIC SALE I I will sell at public sale to the highest der on bIdJSATURDAY OCT td 1149 about 60 acres of landllnK In Rockcastla county Ky adjoining Mndlsou county line on the North nud bordering on A N railroad W mile Itoone station and CollegeThis clove to ublicchooland church It Can dl- vlded Into three parcels abouttoacres lying on the East aide of the It N railroad about lIIIO acres lying on the Southwest side of the terra Flat Clapot ItoundHtone coun ty road and about olo acres lying on the Northeast side of said road The three par- celS of land will bo offered separately und tbcnaia whole This land Is untmprovrd except a small box house Has n lino young growth of white oak some hickory poplar pine There Is about 1W to SW acres level land with everlasting water and can ItheTEII3IKon halt cash when deed Is made the remaInder In two equal payments with per cent Interest till pllld notes with good surety and leln retained on the Innd Title good For further Information call on or wrIte W P Iruwltt heron Ky Harrison DUller who lives near the farm will show anyone over It wbowllhec to look nt some before the day of sate Sale to begin nt 11 A1I KyWPOSTED strictlyforbid I passing on our places and will prosecute vI olatora to the full extent of the law Miss Mattie Hewes Helchenbach Dros Fred Dnuuiann A T Troy lor 111 burn Oooch N II Ilummcr 0NunuelleyJJ It Druco David Stevens JobnOamenlscb WmOordlor Dan Traylor M D Elmore GotllbOllck Fred Hnndorf J J Thompson i U M Anderson J F Moor Mr and Mrs Jus H Ends A KIlMIMt Mrs N J Horton togonWRev Father Leo Urna Jerry lIougblllllnUrlnhMrs Margaret Oooch Jacob Gander loo O livens W II Trnylor Ham Roberts John Jufur Amend Bchoofer M J Hofmnn- nKT lIeRsle A H Matheny OwrsleyMJH T Harris H O Wutkln- iJUHundley It IlOrow Mrs Nannie H flood UK McClure Anderson Carr Anton Honockor VonQruonlganT nOarpenterWJohn H Lee D Saviors Christian Jacob Tom Ferrlll PaykAlex PleasetheBoysI Whyjnot please a child when it is not to his injury Our clothes always please the little fellows TheI ManishJSfyles e suit them Knickerbocker trousers with every suit at 350 5 750 and 10 We have about 100 suits most all sizes with plain straight botton trousers Splendid school suits at 13 off the price to close themout they are real bargains for school suits Anyway let us show them to you H J McROBBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY 0 L Penny Ili 1 1 Coffey E R Coleman Vtno The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds Soldunder a Guaran tee at PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky BUY The Improved Su perior Grain Drills f from weH HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky e+osser+ fa waawntssaeM J tlit e r 4 n T i DEAR Jm AND MRS BUYER We occupying the place of seller realize we must get to t igether if there is any business done We believe we have dpne our part by scouring the 01 icountry for the best values to be obtained in our lines We believe too that our long ex I oi perience enables us to select the class of merchandise you want We have also marked Ithese goods at reasonable prices What we sell you must be as represented are yourrL I money back Isnt this a substantial bridge for you to cross and come to our store If you will come in look our goods over and get our prices there will be business done Yours trulyaI I SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY 1 I I II The Interior Journal 1 i STANFORD KY OfT 10 1900 f SOME great bargains In box paper are being closed out to make room for now stock at Penny Drug Store- PERSONALS I Dn J D OWSLEY ii convalescing e JAMES F BRADY wont to Drodhcad I SaturdayJUDGE J W ALCORN was In Lazing ton lost week MRS L R HUGHES went to Mt r Vernon yesterday Mn A E GIBBONS of Danville spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W T SmithMRS BOSWELL of Shelby county Is t tho guest of her sister Mrs Will Soy era lice Miss KIT HUFFMAN has returned from a visit to Mrs R S Putnam at Lebanon MRs E L REINIIART and son Wil lIam spent several days with Danville I relatives 1Mns FAYETTE WILKINSON of Lan caster has been the guest of Mre Ed I Wilkinson MISSES KATHLEEN WALTER and Allie Ynntls of Lancaster were guests of relatives hero liON J N SAUNDERS Is attending tho Masonic Lodge meeting in Louis vlllo this week MIl AND MRS J H Swore of Dan vile are at The Seelbach for several days Louisville Times MISSES SADIE BAUGHMAN and Jessie Iowoll of Huitonvillo were guests of Miss Elizabeth Baughman MR W E PERKINS the Crab Orch IcvIeralMR J FLEECE ROUINSON some wife of Lancaster spent Sunday with his slitcr Mrs J B PaxtonIMRS RHODA WATERS has from D visit to her sister Mrs T F Spink at Colesburg Hardin county Mns KENNEDY and Miss Catherine Castcllo of Wayne county sisters of Mr S G Castello are his guests MRS M G MURrIlY ot Kingsville- j e JII1 who was badly hurt In a runaway icy f a oral weeks ago is rapidly recovering MR AND MRS J H HILTON had pleasant visit from their little granddaughter Miss Cecil Batson of Lancas terMRS PRISCILLA BROWN and grand daughter Miss Ruth Cloyd of More i b land havo gone to Yuma City Arizona to spend the winter t MR AND MRS S A STEVENS of Bucchc this State havo been the gueata of their daughter Mrs Thomas- A King at Moreland MANAGER H C WRAP and Alex A Sharpe spent a portion of last week re pairing the telephone line between Ha ul Patch and this place MR D IL SrooNAMoRE who has been in business in Chattanooga for uomo time has returned to spend a por tion ofjhls time with his parents here PROF J W IRELAND who represent ed Stanford Lodge No 156 I 0 0 F at the grand lodge meeting at Mayfield was honored by being chosen Grand MarshalDR S PRICE and family will move to their handsome home here this week t V The doctor has rented his property at Lancaster to Mr Givens Terrill of Up per Garrard MRS NANCY LOOAN of Camden Point MoUs visiting her sisters and brother here They are Mesdames S f I J Embry and Maria Hockcr and Mr S H Shanks MR J E PLEASANTS of Crab Orchard was tho guest of his daughter Mrs G L Hunt thlslweek Born to wife of R C Ford a son Robert C Ford Jr Mlddlesboro NewsRecord MR NEWTON VAUOHAN of Richmond Va and brother Mr Frank Vaughanof Lexington wero hero Saturday In tho tatters automobile They were accompanied by Masters William and Owsley WaltonMISSES SusANjFiaiiER WOODS Sallie Taylor Woods Elizabeth Allen and Margaret Boglo and Messrs R B Woods and J MIIAlverson formed a party that witnessed tho Horso Show in Louisville Friday and Saturday- J C JONES was taken suddenly ill af his homo on lastJSunday evening and for a time his condition was such as to cause his family and much uneasiness fr He la much Improved however and 1 wlll be out again In a few daysPlne vile Sun MRS SUSAN YEAGER Is able to situ MRS SUSAN HARRIS Is improving slowly BORN to the wife of J Mat Preston a son J M Preston Jr Miss ELLA MAY SAUNDERS and Mrs Carrie Taylor spent Sunday In Loula vlllo MR W J RANKIN is traveling tot the Capital Fruit Company In Western KentuckyMR D FERILL and wife of Gravel Switch are with J L Jarvis and family Senator L C Nell has been pominat ed by tho republicans for tho State Senate In tho Adair district Miss MARY HIGGINS who Is teachmi music at Somerset spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents hero MRS HELEN HUFFMAN and Miss Lot Hockcr spent a few hours Sunday with tho family of Mr G B Cooper JESSE R Rourr of Uustonvllle passed through to Lafollette Tenn Saturday where he went to accept a positionMR E HALL is up from Wayne county mingling with his old friend who havo moved to Lincoln and Doyle from his section MR F P BODBITT of tho Turners vlllo section was one of the represen tatlvcs of tho Odd Fellows lodge her- at tho Grand Lodge at Mayfield ROBERT DAVE AND AL RANKIN ot tho Hubble section have gone to Cov ington to testify in the case of Charle McConaghy who wrecked the bank ot MonticelloDR CARPENTER will deliver an address on Treatment of Compound Fractures at the annual meeting of the annual meeting of the State Medica Board which meets in Louisville Fri day IOCALS COME to the suit show Friday Oct ICth Severance Son FRESH homemade candy every Sat urday Miss Ella May Saunders SEE onr lino of Sweater Costa they are beauties Cummins Wearen Do not forget to call for your ticketI on that Davenport Cummins Wear en pricesIyou can Hopper FOR automobile oils see W W Haj at the Stanford Garago The best to be found DONT forget tho sale of tho T J Robinson farm in Hustonvillo nex Wednesday BUYING Hart net Marx clothes is making an investment not an expense They are to be found at Cummins Wearens JESSE MANNING the clever carrier 01 Rural Route No3 has bought of Geo D Florence for 300 a lot on Whitley Avenuo and will build anice cottage TilE Schoolfootball team beat tho Night Riders an eleven com posed of town boys 7 to 0 on tho Graded School grounds Friday afternoon MESSRS T H T Kaand Klndric S Alcorn spoke to a good crowd at Waynesburg Friday night They say that democracy is 0 K in that section PHILLIPS BROS who are now putting up a concrete building for the Dank of Eubanks havo contracted to erect one of the tame material for a bank to be started at Gravel Switch S WHY should a man In the soft drink business use screens before the door of his business placo T Asks the Somerset Republican and there is food for thought in tho interrogatory T JAMES LINTHICUM aged 75 died at his homo on Green River Friday Ills wife died a number of years ago and only an adopted son survives him Ho was a clover man and a good citizen r DRUGGIST E W LILLARD of Dan vllle who misrepresented Boyle county in the last Legislature has made an assignment Assets and liabilities are each about 10000 Maj W W Wise man was named as assignee MR W H CURTIS has sold his farm on the Crab Orchard pike knuwn as the A C Dunn place to Mr J W Holtz claw making nearly 1500 on it the short time he had owned it Ho paid 00 an acre less than two years ego Tins cool weather should remind you that Cummins Wearen have a fino stock of heavy underwear Cummin Wearen DONT forget J D Eads Sons lIole at their farm near hero next Friday Oct 22 See in another column wha they have to sell MINE HOST J B WILLIS of Crab Orchard Springs found in his corn field a fitalk with seven developed cars ot I corn on It Next I MACK home beyond Crab Orchard burned Friday night together with almost allof the contents 110 had 300 Insurance THE Ladles Aid tyoftho Chris tin church will meet with Miss Alice Beazley at 2 P M Saturday afternoon j A full attendance is desired FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cottage garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Price and terms to lIult purchaser Cicero Reynolds YOUR attention is called the dis play advertisement of that hustling Kingsville firm Murphy Acton Rent what they have to say this and subsequent Issues Twill be time well spent Tills office will begin printing the ballots for the election of Nov 2 today or tomorrow The order is tor 6500 official and 4000 educational bal lots There will bo only two tickets the democratic and republican IN Feburary Mr IIStigall or tho East End set out an apple tree and this fall he gathered three good ripe apples from It The tree is only tour feet high and 1J inches in clrcumfer enco at the ground Who can beat that DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING lions H Helm and W H Shanks will address the voters of Kingsvillu in the interest of tho democratic ticket on Wednesday Oct 20 at 7 P M lions K S Alcorn and G B Saufley will speak for the democratic ticket at McKinnoy on Sat urday Oct 23 at7 P M OUR good republican friend Mr Sam J Bell republican nominee for sheriff is said to have two cards up his sleeve When he meets a strong republican ho presents him with a card on which is printed Sam J Bell republican noml nee for sheriff but when ho runs across a weakkneed democrat ho hands him ono which says vote for Sam J Bell for sheriff and tho man who gets tho card has to find out from some oth er source to what party Mr Bell be longs This card has on one side a good picture of Mr Bell while on the other side it is shown how tho voter can vote for that gentleman and scratch the rest of the republican ticket if ho so desires lie hopes to catch em a coming and a going but we shall see what we shall see THERE will bo twoticsats for town officers at tho November election Ono is known as tho Citizens Ticket and will have as its device a pair of scales This ticket is headed by A B Florence for mayor and the following gentlemen for councilmen M D Elmore Cicero Reynolds W K Shugars E T Pence Jr J A Allen H C Anderson John N Menefee Jr is a candidate police judge on this ticket The otheris known as the Citizens Reform Ticket and a bee hive Is its device It Is headed by H J McRobcrta for mayor and the candidates for councilmen aro W H Higgins William Severance Dr Clif ton Fowler R H Coffey A T Nun nalley R G Jones There aro good men on both tickets so you pays your money and you takes your choice It Miss COOT HUFFMAN enter tained Wednesday afternoon at her homo on West Third street with a pretty little G oclock tea in compliment to Miss Fontaine Jones of St Louis Mo Just a few of Miss Huffmans friends were asked to drop in for a cup of tea at 5 oclock and it was as delightfully informal as possible Tho tea table was decorated very artistically shaded effectively in red Delicious boullion tea sandwiches and confections of several kinds wore served very daintily Mrs L F Huffman poured tea and Mrs Robert M Coleman served the mullion Miss Jones has been in Lex- Ington for tho past fortnight a guest at tho CountryClub having come from St Louis with some friends in their automobile She has visited Lexington lofore and has a number of friends tere Lexington Gazette R IWE are prepared to mako beautiful jardiniera out of old brass kettles W K Warner ALruA CARPENTER theWest End has bought J M Snows store neat Kldds Store and the latter will engage In business at Science Hill IF James M Roberts la elected Sher- Iff ho will stand to the people who want enforcement of law Somerset Re publican And from what we can hear ho will be elected beyond peradventure of doubt Tim WomenMissionary Union ot Transylvania Presbytery will convene at this place on Thursday and Friday williboof Central Kentucky will be representative Presbyterian women and tbe oc I caslon promises to be ono of much interest and helpfulness to Christian workers Tile Herald printed bills Tuesday announcing speaking dates for Judge Herndon Judge Cardwell and other republican candidates When Judge Sauf ley gets on their trail he will scatter them like they were a flock of crows But we think Judge Saufley should not interfere with this aggregation for the more they speak the larger will be the democratic majority Harrodsburg Herald Breathe andcure catarrah No stomach dosing Complete outfit Including Inhaler el Guaranteed by OL Penny 200 REWARD I Jor WllUon will pay ISO tor the orfcit murderedJlllllethis Hummer if more than one ate eachFor Sale Privately I laving decided to move to Stanford I will sell privately KM acres of land on the MtllnlordImproyedoutbuildings Abundnnt water andfencing good ot the land Ii In grass except 10 acres which Ii In wheat For LJarvisHorse and Mule Sale 1 Wo will offer for title to the highest and best bidder souse valuable horses and mules on FRIDAY OCT H1SM consisting of the following stock Ono sorrel mare 10 TOOTS driver and safe byblackalways being blue tie winners and perfectly safe fur women to drive 1 brood mare In foul to Jack I twoyearold filly Anna laro ihe hOI taken blue tiel from a suck ling taking lecond money In the model bymlackold filly by Terry Dare In foal by lllnck Joe Hhe It a good one Two yearling lllllesgood suckling mule a good one 1 suckling hone colt by Menu Naboth and a nice one 1 pair good yearling mules I two yearold sorrel bone All the twoyearold broke to dilvo well One beautiful block stallion Black Joe 3 years old by the noted 1reiton Mi and a halt brother to Carroll 1reiton his owner refuting lHO for him wilt bo at the sale and be sure to see him Ono extra good brood years old in foal by mock Joe l Jllly colt by said there yearlinghoneof Uubber J10 lillly Wilton J20 Winchester II Ji flay mtareby Wilkes Hoy bred loHT1 Jack Brown mare years old by Wilton dom Wilkes lioy farmed to a Cecil for rw V BRie to begin at I oclock Terms made known on day of sale and very liberal J D KAI 8 A MON Stanford Ky J P Chandler Au- ctSplendid Farm At Auction I rte acres land well located fairly well tni roved In high state of cultivation most all n grass an abundance of good stock water urnltbed from neverfalling springs about 00 barrels corn SOodd stacks of hay farm Inll Implements etc If farm Is not told invately will be offered publicly nt uiy sale Wednesday Oct 27 J909- To those nt a distance wilt say that this arm Is located at Moreland station Lincoln county Ky on the QAOmy good hotel iccominouatlons at This Is n losing out sale of term stock and crop our Jennet suckling colts S 3 year old len not 8 l aged Jennets 12 enn 1 from Itoiiyenrold twoytnrol- dnck18eorold JnckJ suckling brood mares mule marei 1 rglsleredh- oroughbred I rood more I registered I itandard bred trotting mare I twoyearold i Illy 1 1yearold registered standard bred rotting filly 1 3yearold standard eglitcred trotting horse 01work yearbrtdI work nmle3 pair 2 year air 1 year old horse mules 1 extra good raiting horse Title small herd of Jacks mid J ennota are of tho very best stock Iu Ken ucky and this Ii an opportunity for u man to some foundation stock to start on All tbele Jennet that have boon tried are ocular breeders and there are two extra good Jennet In lot offered The sale will commence promptly nttf oclock A to- on Oct 27 IMV B D KINQi Morelnnd1 Ky 3 I LR Hughes T W Humble W O l- ttrtiSHOST 1 You cant beat our lino of Shoes for Comfort Quality Style and Low Prices We have the strongest lino of Ladies and Childrens Shoes in Patents Vicis Velours Tans Ac we have ever carried Most any color you want in Suede thatIWe invite your inspection Men dont forget we represent two of the best concerns in the country and guarantee Fit Quality and Price HUGHES MARTIN CO t Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY HARDWARE SHOE I Hard Wear in every pair It is made of soft pliable chrome tanned waterproof leather the finest and most durable of all leather for heavy wear If you want a Shoe that will give you perfect patisfactiou trya pair We believe this Shoe will last you much longer than six months but we will guarantee that you get at least six months wear and satisfaction 1 W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky PteM MN IMFMr IFM fel1WPe1ir NJM IeM Mel1MMs 1vvvvvwvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvtvvvvvvwvvvvvvvrwvvvvvw 4Capital 15000 Surplus OX Profits 2500 Resources Over 6OOOO I Directors= letoni lit i Officers L G Gooch President M E Wheeldon Jas A Hayes V Z Presidents Stanley McIntosh CashierfThe officers of this bank extend a cordial Invitation for your patronage your account Is respectfully solicited whether largo or po treatment and satisfactory results are assured interviews and solicitedJt Personal correspondence wu t mMAIhIAMtrNCI aSfARVIV0 wvlvvvvWeWVV iavvrvvvvvvvvvvvvvw rtvvvvvwvwavvvvvvvvvavwv r M GIMURPHY J W ACTON Murphy All Acton Cut PricesJUntil Nov 1 Our prices on all Dry Goods Shoea Hats Caps Mens Odd Pants and lotions will bo greatly reduced until Nov let and then there will be a chnn c in our business that we are confident will mean much to our customers us well as to us It will be to your advantage to trade with us tuwe will save you money on each purchase Prepare yourselfond family for ho Winter Now while you can save money give us a trial and let us how you what we will do for you We want more Cash trade and are making the eductions as inducements to thoso paying Cash feeling that those laying Cash are entitled to goods ata smaller margin of profit than those mying ON TIME So If you have money to spend call and get our Cash prices on anything you want either dry goods notions groceries queens ware or hardware Do not fail to watch this space for the change in our usiness Nov 1st MURPHY a ACTON Kings Mountain Ky 4 I I h Lf The Interior journal- SKnleredin the Pott Office at Stanford a nddaUmaUlT 1 i L tN TIME TKBLE No1Koathllaea x- 20I80utbI1001A x No r4 North UfO A M NoaNorthBW r K t No 17 1047 AM No TS2WP N- f JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist k STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I fThe farm of 1WaorNoto good blue grassland one mile of McKlnney the Stanford pike Improvements and of water fruit m11Ir of water and tobacco grow JAOIVENKAgentkIra Fall and Winter Stock Have measure taken by n tailor of experience Then your clothes whetbera low y price business cult or the finest evening clothes will have that Individuality and lit tolure for extra trousers fancy coats and overcoats Fall Mud Winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection Ii O RUPLEY The Tailor Stanford Ky FLOWERS FOR SALE I tCUT tho public with the best as freshest of cut nowers plants of Y all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notlco Also mnke a specialty ot wreaths purpososIf abore I have nil kind of vegetables on hand at reasonable price RI8TMAN nUEEN HOUSES ED IlUDBAHD non- KtanfordKy fInlurlSTobacco and Tobacco rlarnlt Insurance 1 f Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man ISTANFORD Office KY 63 be fully protectedI JCONCRETING tYoare In oltlontodonilkinds of con such as flock Work Pavements kLouse fact we can make any thing from e down to a fence post We cnn serve you promptly and guarantee flrftclnss prlcobefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky INSURANCER I Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp 1All Kinds of Farm Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis countI lJJLBeazleyCo UndeitiKera and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur niture AlattingaRugp Theycwill exchange Furniture for l all Kink of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce MeClary Embalmer and JIIUndertaker Saddlery KY oft1N Phone 1ST HomflPhono e i t f f I FARMERS DEPARTMENT J C Rankin haa bought 24 mule colts I at 570 Dub Edmiston of Crab Orchard sold to Cannon McWhorter a Jersey cow for 565 Lutes Well bought of J H Baugh man and W H Shanks ISO fat cattle at 41 to 535 S D Carpenter sold to Henry Mira cle of Bell county his farm of 75 acres in tho East End for 5000 John Barretts tobacco barn in Bath county burned and 1200 sticks of to bacco went up in the flames ESTRAYDark sorrel yearling multi left court day Will pay reward for re turn E T Beazley Stanford No4 Land Buchanan bought five hell Carmrard at 3c also a lot of hogs at 7c ESTRAYED Three barrow hog black spotted weigh about 250 crap off left ears Liberal reward E T Pence John Steele Carpenter has sold his farm of 185 acres in Casey close to tho Lincoln line to McBeath and Gann of Pulaski at SO- A Hardin county grower has shipped 1200 barrels of apples from his orchard this season and says it is the banner crop of the State Fox Logan of Danville bought 33 steers of J W Funk at Sic They also bought 14 steer from J W Gordon at the same price says a Springfield dis patchFOR SALE Pair IGhand 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 John S Murphy the McKinney miller has bought back from tho Messrs Shores his farm on the Ilustonville pike 2J miles from Hustonville Ho sold It for 30000 and gave tho Messrs Shorr1 2fi000 for it Imp St Blaise one of the most fa mous stallions in the world is dead at August Belmonts nursery in Fayette county His death followed closely that of Ben Strome another famous horse St Blaiso won the English Derby DANVILLE CouRTThere were about 200 cattle on the Danville market yes terday most of which sold Yearling and twg year old cattle went at 31 to 4c heifers at 22 to SJc and butcher stuff 2i to3Jc A number of mule colts sold at 50 to 90 The horse market was quiet Through the real estate agency of Teacres of blue grass land to J D White CarmsIin Boyle county and the price realized was 120 per acre It is known as the James W Guest farmAdvocate- Millions in Wheat When crop experts begin to talk about the breadbasket IIthey can not avoid a direct reference to tho wheat output of the Prcific Northwest The States of Washington Oregon and Idaho this season will produce not less than 60000000 bushels and every bushel of that recordbreaking crop will be worth 1- Inasmuch as the prospective Increase over 1908 is 20000000 bushels the add ed value of this years output will not be far from 20000000 Of this bumper crop Washington will lead with a total of nearly 40000000 bushels Oregon is second with 14000 000 bushels and Idaho third with about 7000000 bushels Time was not so very long ago when tho crop of Washington was 5000000 bushels The increased yield may bo checked to the accouut of added acre age for the wheat area of this State is increasing rapidly Dollar wheat means a great deal of money to Washington Whitman county alone center of the wheat dis trict thinks nothing of producing 10 000000 bushels and other counties are rapidly advancing in this most profitable InduStryMarching under the red flag a mob was turned from the Spanish Embassy in London by the police The occasion was a demonstration of disapproval of the assassination of Prof Ferrer In- endiary banners were curried and aISocialist member of Parliament declared if the head of every King of Europe was torn from his body it would not pay half tho price of Ferrers life Gov Blackburn of the Panama Canal Zone who arrived at New York Sat urday said he hadnot handed in his resignation and intimated that he would not do so He said the canal Is now one of the healthiest spots on the earth She What course do you intend to pursue at college Reggie RegglcBurlesque and vaudeville principally Pains of women bead pains or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops PInk Pain Tablets See byPennysTwentYJeven bombs have been thrown In arcolona in the last four days five persons being killed and 12 wounded I FINE FARM IN ARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A One blue grass farm for tale situated on now olke near lolut tanvall and alx mllo lIOoth of Lnnoaster oontalnlng IJO acne I well located in good nellbborhood being part of tho John Walker tract wlthR handsome now two atory seveh room reilelonco thereon with nil ntcensnry outlnilldlnadnnd new bnrn 40x00 watered tlxnever falling springs and creek running through TEHM84i club In hand balance ono nnd two years from day of into bearing six per paidTorioni place plea o write or tee wO WAMC nHt nford d iVo Bu- yFURSj KIdcn WioS and Feat enTUowDnst7u Ctaaear Golden S al YiowRooO Mar Apple Wild Ginger ate We tn dealer BtaUuTnl ia ISSGcmr olfa ecntuir la LrotmUa ssd endo betler fee jou Una 8nti cr axnuwtan nrfchtna Keftisnn car Dick ia LoounEe Wrifc for wtvUy piiI aDd ilJcriri Is- M SrfjfaS Cons 223 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY jovi REWARD Having suffered considerable annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my Rate on the county road that runs through my farm I have concluded to over n reward Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum so for matlon leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my Rntcsor that have pawed down or torn down any my gates on the county road which runs from the ltustonvllle turnpike to the 1I1111edgovllle turnpike through 1117 fllrmlInd 1 will give tho same amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of tho above offenses Witness my hand this 10th day of August lOW T JIIILL 1311 ILUE GRASS FARMJFOR SALE M fine Blue farm IIX miles rlkenlldacres of rich bluegrass hemp or tooocco laud ell In gnus Ibis farm can be equally divided to advantage was to have a good DWELLING HOUSE- on each piece also all necessary outbuild ings The farm lays almost In n square only oneangle In lines There are Three Stock Barns One Good Tobacco Barn Two Stables ono tenant house good water in every field six with three streams running through whole tract J Steele CarpenterII KT Bring r Your e PrintingTo Thet INTERIORIc JOURNAL f 1 t OfficeiT J I Best 4 1 i- Work r Lowest Prices C Stock of Merchandise for Sale 1 desire to soil privately 1117 tock of Oro eerie and hardware Ioln n good bull Hess Will invoice about 11 COO Itcaion III health QEO D HOPPKn Stanford Kjr FARMS FOR SALE I wish to sell privately my farm of fit acres IIJumbo Lincoln Oounty Ky four mileMcKinney on It good 10rooni lnnllslnhlghelaoolentltlvntlon for sale All well Terms satis factorynoHtriLKStanford Ky II Fl No 8 G B PRUITTM- oreland Kentucky Now Fall Lino Millinery now in Mao row Furniture coming in al most dailyG IIIUITT Morcland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Marken and Posts Cemetery and lAwn MoKinney Dinwiddie Co1 Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods The State University Lexington Ky The State Cnlrerslty Ixlnnton Kyn off n the following course namely Agrloul total Mechanical KnxInerrlngOlvll KiiKl KnglneeringMininginglneering courses each of which extends over four years nnd lewis to a Hnrbolor degree also n lx pnrtment of lAW and n iHpnrtmunt of KUucntlon which tact has been established Instead of the Normal Hchool Persons who enter this department prepare for advanced granted n Hncli elorsdegreeintiilsublect when comput ed The Academy for preparatory Instrus tlon Is retained County Apolnteea receive free tuition privilege of residence In the dormitories fuelllnd tight traveling bxpenses If thry remain 10 consecutive monthsoroneo4illpg inte year The laboratories and museum are largo well equl pedcomprelenslveand modern Military BclenCe U fully provided for as re quired by Congress Tin graduates In the several courses of study readily llnd employment with liberal remuneration The total number of ma triculates for mat year was 1078 Each des partment has specialist at Its head with necessary number of nsslitnnts Young women llnd nil axccllunt home with board nnd lodging In Patterson Unit which Is well uqulppcd with all tho mOdern conveniences bathroom hall for physics tudyIIIIdentical conditions with those applying to males The completion of the AltrlculturallIn ing Ij bori tlon building afford ample and commod lout quarters for these departments which are rapidly Increasing In the number of ma triculates For cntalozuos methods of obtaining ap pointments Information reganllng courses of study and terms of admission npply to JAN K rATTKnsox IhD M n Pre or to n O KIIAZBR lluslnuss Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 909 HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly CourierJournalAND The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe United States have not beard of the OourlerJournl IDemocratlc la all things tale In all thing clean In all DyIfor tbe WEEKLY OODBIEBOUBNAL oneC year and this paper for tbe price named above Send your inbicrlptlon for the coma blnatlon to usnot tc the OoarlerJonrnn v I We are now ready to show you ono of tho heat lines of Mens Youth I and Childrens Clothes over shown the peonlo for the lowest price Also a new and up to date lino of Overcoats and Crnvancttcs from 750 to 820 t Good values Come in and let us show you Am aura you will IMS llCAetlIwith this line SAM ROBINSONI STANFORD KY To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle t and Adjacent Counties r We have secured the skating rink building fur n ftilwroom for loaf tolwc co in the haud and will bo ready to begin pales da soon as tobacco is 111mt ciently cured for market and will Iro able to offer you us good market as you will find elsewhere at a reasonable coet Wo have aHirnuao that tiUor6 representing the largest manufacturers anti dealers in tho U So will bo hiprc sealed in Danville thus insuring tho highest market prfo to tho rawer Call and eco us boforo disposing of your tobacco The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse CEO COGAR k CO Proprietors Danville Ky I Main 1raJLeThe Coffee with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For tho next 30 days- we will give Five Pounds Coflfee at 8w 81 76 1 Nickel Dip CoifcoPot at 8150 1 CO 88 26 f3J6r thirty days you M yeS1 26 GIVE IT A TRIAL GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford H B NORTHCOTT 1 Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce Scrap 1 Iron and Rubberti J iLlt- tiI B NORTHCOTT Stanford RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family aa a city quotationsatwhich you and your neighbors can get for a own that is small compared with toheadquartesmere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telcnhouo service wo immediately interest you Our lined cover the States of Kentucky andIllinois e tt1ni ourouATanIS q