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STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1909. NO. 07. at Seventy. t Kcr Admiral Schloy, who has just colebrateJ his 70th birthday. Is well, feel youwr nnd Is happy. "Thcro Is unshlne without and within," ho said, touching his breast. "I am not as Rood, of course, In somo respects,' ho went on, "as I was at 2T, but In others perhaps 1 nm a wholo lot better." It ts a pleasant plcturo which ho pro. nnt for oxcentinir hnnnyyouth. there Is no more attractive thine In llfo than happy and contented aijo. Tho joy tho Manna Is an instlnctivo thine, I thoujrhtless delight In tho world around which to them Is made anew for them to conquer; it Is sheer physical pleasure In llvimr. When tho old aro Rlad and still havon zest of life, it means that they have passed tho trials and tribulations from which no one Is exempt, and have riien abovo dcDrcssimr. Influences; it means that they havo been taught wisdom by discipline and experience, and have learnod to look on existence with n cheerful nhilojonhy; it means that they havo found much In life besides care and anxiety and that it is worth living to tho end. Tho cheerfulness of old age If a demonstration of faith, conscious or not, In a higher wisdom, a proof of sweetness of soul and of byuono years well spent. Tn t.n iiannv at 70 and clad to bo alivo Is to bo an Inspiration and delight to the middle-agewho bear the burdens and have not yet learned that "tho best yet to be," and that a peaceful ago tho crown of llfo. -- Indianapolis Star. Mohammed All MIrza, Is is tho deposed Shah of Persia, who Is now living In Odessa, has twice telegraphed to the Russian Emperor, asking permission to visit him and thank him personally for his reception and the rcfugo offered has also him in Hussla. Tho intimated his desire to meet Emperor Nicholas at Odessa while the Emperor is on his way to Italy. The request has not yet been granted, ns tho Emperor's advisers aro opposed to tins step, for fear it might complicate Russia's ulready difficult Ksition in Persia. cx-Sh- Hev. Archibald HIack, a graduate of tho Union Theological Seminary, will be tried on charges of herrsay by tho "Presbyterian synod. His ordination as pastor of the Hedford Park Presbyterian church was objected to by a minority of tho members of the Presbytery who havo been fighting his entrance to tho ministry. Tho Synod meets nt Johnstown, N. Y., October 10 to 21. Tho Bed-Roc- k or Succoss. rA Lies In a keen, clear brain, backed by Indomltablo will nnd resistless energy. Such power comes from tho splendid health that Dr. King's New Life Pills imnart. They vltalli every organ and build up brain and body. J. A. Harmon, Mzcmorc, W. Va., writes: "They nro tho tost pills I overused." iVs at Penny's Drug Store. Tho Chosen People did not reach Their goal by following their noses; Tho pages of tho Scriptures teach That they were wisely led by Moses. And now tho story of the pole In each particular discloses That Cook and Peary found tho goal But they were led by Eskimose. Frightful Fato Avorted. would havo been a eripplo for life, from a ternblo cut on my knee nap," writes Frank DUbury, Kulllher, "I Minn., "without IJueklen's Arnica Salve, which soon curod mo." Infal-llbl- o for wounds, cuts unci bruises, It soon cures burns, scalds, old sores, bolls, skin eruptions. World's best forpllos. MoatPonny'sDrug Store Is Dobbs so very bitter Hodgo-W- hy against women taking activo Interest in politics T On account of his wife. She bet hats with n half dozen femintno acquaint ances and when her party lost Dobbs had to pay for tho hats. Within four days after Frank War ren was released from tho Frankfort penitentiary, whero ho served n torm on,n charge of blowing a safe, ho was under urrest in a small town near Mem phis on a charge of cracking a safe in a in that city. post-olllco grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In tluvor Is mado in Just ono minute. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting. Sample free Penny's Drug Store. m lle-A- ColToe" Is tho olovorvst Imitation of real coffee ovor yet made. Dr. Shoop created It from pure porch-c- "Health d what did your father say when you told him that I said I couldn't live without you? She He Bald ho used to tell ma the samo rot. nd ordry cough can boqulck-l- y loosonol with Dr. Sboop's Cough Hwnedy. No opium, ho chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. A tickling This and That. HEWS NOTES. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Edgar Goodwin killed Eugcno Wilson Hickman suffered Joe Staples is dead nt Somerset after $10,000 fire. a with a single blow of his flit In Nash- Among tho buildings destroyed was a a long illness, ville. church said to havo been 00 years old. Miss Leunna Meadows was struck by Tho City Hank & Trust Co., of NashMrs. Sarah McAllister, widow of n train and instantly killed atJFord, ville, has closed its doors for tho pur- Ward McAllister, famous in his day as William Merrill, 70 years old, and a pose of liquidation. a leader of Now York society, is dead. n federate soldier, was Tho death list of tho recent storm in Daniel Stucky, aged 7G, was stricken found dead In bed nt Lexington. tho South now numbers 40 and tho with pnralysis whilo kneeling in prayer A small child of Mr. and Mrs. Tim property loss Is much heavier than was nt Columbus, Ind., and died a few hours Corbin, of Adair county, burned to nt first csilmntcd. later. death whiln Its mother was out feeding Tho carrlago supply of Frankfort Gov. Willson has nccepted tho the chickens. was exhausted In an effort tn provido of Dr. J. M. Mathews, of James Campbell, a farmer of Andervehicles for tho funcrnl of the late Son-ntas president of the Stato Board son county, died from tho effects of William I.lndsny, of Health. burns received whilo standing In front Tho court of appeals held that tho II. F. Chaffee, llio millionaire land of an open grate. Grand Iodgo of tho Knights of Pythias owner of Dakota, has informed tho Marshal Browning and Deputy Sherwas not responsiblo for debts Incurred that ho bought a "gold brick" at a iff Comstock arrested Paris nnd William nt the national encampment In Louis- cost of $25,000. Shotwell nt Corbin. It is alleged they ville. Eli Pardee, 12 years old, of Celts-bur- killed Deputy Sheriff Carlo Jones nt Hiram Carpenter, aged 85, died in S. D has saved $1,000 out of Corbin about thrco weeks ago. Dath county. Ho was fond of tobacco what ho has earned by selling popcorn, J. Wesley Robards, who was shot by and coffee and his friends put a hand of shining shoes and doing odd jobs. John G. Pulliam, editor of the Harrods-bur- g By tho will of Col. Thomas II. Swope, tobacco and A pound of coffee in his Herald, nt Harrodsburg, died Satcasket. who died In Kansas City a few days urday morning. Mr. Pulliam is still In Sales at tho Hurley Looso Tobacco ago, Felix Swope, of Woodford, will bed from tho wound received from Mr. Warchouso averaged receive $20,000. nt Lexington Robards. Judgo Edmond Waddill in tho United f 17.43. Thcro we IS buyers present. Winford Bailey, former sheriff of The demand was strong and tho bidding States court at Richmond, Va., placed Shelby county, who went ;toIIthc Passpirited. tho Tobacco Co., of Nor- teur Institute in Chicago for treatment William I. Buchanan, of Buffalo, for- folk, In involuntary bankruptcy. for the prevention of rabies, has re mer American minister to tho ArgenMrs. Joseph Snyder was burned to turned, convinced that he lis perma tina Republic nnd Panama, was found death, her husband seriously burned nently cured. dying in London and was dead when and thrco children narrowly escaped Rev. O. M. Huey has gone to Covingmedical aid arrived. cremation on their farm at St. Francis-vill- ton, whero he is engaged in a scries of III. For the second time within a month rovivnl meetings at tho First Baptist burglars entered the at Chief Wiikle, of the United States Church. Ho is a forceful speaker and Monticello Saturday night nnd blowed Secret Service, stated that absolutely the church is to be congratulated on sesecuring no plot is known to exist having for its curing his services. Somerset Times. tho safe with money and registered mail. object harm to either President Taf t or W. L. Lawson purchased from J. C. Mrs. L. McF. Hlakcmorc, of Hopkinj-vill- c, President Diaz. Hemphill his residence and five acres of was elected president of the KenResenting a reprimand which Miss land on Lexington street. This is con tucky division. United Ukiughtcrs of Margaret Lang, a neighbor, caused him sidered one of tho handsomest homes Loulsvilla was se- to receive, George Augustian, soven and best locations in Lancaster. J. B. tho Confederacy. lect cd as the next place of mooting. years old, of Millvale, a suburb of Pitts- Sandusky sold his handsomo brick resi Judgo William Lindsay was buried at burg, shot Miss Lang to death. dence and 92 acres of land on tho Rich Flourishing a knifo and announcing mond pike, near town, to Alexander Frankfort. Although the day was Inclement, a largo concourse of his friends that he wanted to kill President Tnft, Walker for $13,000. Lancaster Record. paid their last tribute. Tho funeral Charles Thorp, an aged prospector, was Hon. W. F. Pittman will be asked to ceremonies were simple but impressive. arrested at Albuquerque, N. M., after introduce what will doubtless be the A detail of Company F., of Cynthia-ni- , a vicious struggle with thu police. most novel bill submitted to the next Second Infantry, left Cynthiana Jacob Sherry, 36 years old, shot and Legislature. Judge Puryear has in his Saturday under scaled orders and it Is killed his wife and probably fatally vault at the court house two or three believed they have been sent to that wounded his sister-in-laat Cleveland, barrels of red liquor taken from illicit sectionof the Slate whero night riding O. Sherry then shot himself mortally. sellers. There is no provision in the has been activo. Tho shooting followed a domestic quar- law for disposing of whisky thus securTho football team of the University rel. ed and Mr. Pittman will be asked to of tho South was defeated by Princeton Burglars effected an entrance to the offer a bill providing for tho destruc by tho score of 20 to 0. Tho Tennessee Louisville & Nashville depot at Millers- - tion of such stuff. Advocate. boys put up a game fight nnd the first burg and robbed tho nafe of a largo sum Whilo en route home from Lebanon, invasion of tho East by n Southern of money. This is tho third time in Lee Tharpe, aged 25, a farmer of Ma three months that the office has been rion county, exclaimed to his compancim was voted n success Midshipman Earl D. Wilson, an ap- robbed. ion that ho was ill and almost immedipointee at largo from Kentucky to tho Federal Judge Marshall, at Ardmore, ately fell back In his seat in tho buggy. United States Naval Academy, sustain Okla , overruled the defendants' motion Thinking that tho young man had fainted serious injuries in a football gamu to quash the indictments charging Gov. ed, his companion hurriedly drovo to played at Annapolis between Villanova, Haskell and other Oklahomans with the office of a doctor. Examination rePa., and the Naval Academy team. fraudulently scheduling town lots in vealed tho fact that he had been dead Tho city council of Winchester, au- Muskogee, Okla. several minutes. He was a son of thorized u Vole nt the November elecThe $100,000 racing plant of the Flor- Charles Tharpo and leaves a wife and tion on tho question of issuing bonds to ida Stato Fair Association will be open- two children. the amount of ? 10,000 for tho purpose ed nt Tampa on Thanksgiving for a Money Comes In Bunches. of erecting a city building. At tho meeting of 100 days. There will be samo time a bond issuo of $03,000 for several largo Btakes. Stall room for To A. A. Chisolm, of Treadwell, N. sewer purposes will bo voted on. Y , now. IIU reason Is well worth 1,000 horses will be provided. Sjn Francisco will celebratu this At n meeting of the Ohio Valley Im reading: "For a long thno I suffered week tho discovery of tho Golden Gato provement Association in Cincinnati from Indigestion, torpid liver, constiby Gaspar do Portola. A number of Congressman Ollio James pledged his pation, norrousness and general do American nnd foreign warships will as- support for tho nine-fostago from blllty," ho writes. "I couldn't sleep, semble in San Francisco Bay for this Pittsburg to Cairo. Pittsburg was 8C' bad no appetite nor ambition, grow celebration, and tho countries of the lected its tho next place of meeting. weaker every day In spito of all modi world nro to bo represented by special The two Italian children found wan- cal treatment. Then used Electric delegates and commissions. dering last week on the North Side of Hitters, Twolvo bottles restored all Attorney General Breathitt has con- Chicago have been identified as Thomas my old tlmo health and vigor. Now I cluded that tho purchaso of tho Louis- Viviano and Grace Vivlano, who wero can attend to buiuc4s every day. Its ville & Atlantic by tho Louisville & kidnaped from their home in St. Louis, a wonderful medicine." Infullible for Nashville is not n violation of tho law Tho identification was mado positive by stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and prohibiting the acquiring of n compet- photographs. nerves. COo nt Penny's Drug Store. ing line. He will hold up his decision, Middle Tenncsseo and Northern Ala Charles W. Morse was elected presihowever, until tho objections of Rich- bam a wero swept by a storm nlmost dent of the reorganized Metropolitan mond are given another hearing. amounting to a cyclone Thursday night, A New York Central train was i'ivo persons weru killed and several in Steamship lines tho samo day the Uni Wrecked at Bhinecliff, N. Y., by a jured. A rainstorm flooded Chattanoo ted States Court of Appeals confirmed broken rail. Ono passenger was killed ga and threo inches of hail fell at Hix his conviction on a charge of misapply, ing bank funds, and his sentenco of ID and ten others were injured. Presi son, 10 miles away. years of hard labor in tho Federal pri.B dent W. C. Brown, W. 11. Nowman, for Avery Blount, tho first man to be mer president, and W. K. Yandcrbilt, legally hunged in Tungipahoa parish, on at Atlanta. Tho present outlook is Jr., who wero usleep in a private car, La., in 20 years, paid the death penalty that Mr. Morse will have to decline the wero almost shaken from their berths. on the gallows nt Amite City. In spite first honor. Lexington Gazette. Willio Boy, the Piuto Indian desper of the presence of Stato troops, his It is tho weak nerves that aro cry ado for whom thruo armed posses havo brother, William Blount, started a dis lng ,out for help. Then help them, been searching tho San Bernardino des turbance shortly beforo the hanging, don't drug the stomach or stimulate ort in California, was found dead on tho Ho was promptly arrested and lodged tho Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. summit of Bullion Mountain, whero Jio In jail. Vltallzo theso weak Inside nerves with Thirty-sevehad been making his final stand. He lives aro known to havo Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how had killed himself with tho last shot in been lost and unconfirmed reports in fast good health will come to you his rifle and had been dead Boveral days. dicato that others wero killed in the again. Test It and seo. Sold by Jack Johnson, tho negro pugilist, re terrific storm that struck Middle and Penny's Drug Store. West Tennessee, Georgia nnd Alabama taincd the world's heavyweight chanv lost week. Wires aro down at many "You can say that I will vote and do pionshlp Saturday by knocking out points nnd the extent of tho damage all in my power for the county unit bill, no iuny ascertains, Stanley Ketchel In tho 12th round at cannot ine prop- 1 am for tho bill personally and for it Colma, Cat. Tho fight was hot from erty loss will run into the millions. further because the people of Boyle start to finish and the Negro was badly county aro for It," writes Hon. W. F, Its A Top Notch Doer. punished beforo disposing of his lighter Great deeds compel regard. Tho Pittman to the the Danville Advocate? opponent. Tho receipts were over $10,- Hired Man Shooting at airships? world crowns Its doers. That's why 000. Farmer Yep; trying to bring down American paople havo crowned Dr. At Covington United States Judge the sumpln' to trim Mirandy's hat. Puck, King's New Discovery the king of Cochran granted tho motion for a new Every and lung remedies. To Printers. This olllco has for sale trial in the alleged "night rider" case Throat hoalthjforco. It klllsj gorms a lot of display and body typo which has Henderson, formerly of atom Is a of W. S. colds and lagrlppe vanishes. It been used very little, a medium sized Braeken county, but now of Cincinnati, and cough-rackmembrunes and imposing stone, a lot of cases, and sevagainst Vachel Jordan and others on heals coughing stops. Sore, Inflamed bron- eral cone pulleys. Will go cheap if sold the ground that the award of $300 lungs are cured and damages was too small. Henderson chial lubes and at once. Interior journal office, hemorrhages cease. Dr. Gao. Moore, Stanford, Ky. sued for $r0,000 damages. N, C, writes "It cured me Black Jack, HI Two trainmen were killed and several Ilrcatho Ilyomel and cure catarrh. of lung trouble, pronounced hopcloss CO". 91. Trial bot passengers were injured in a collision No stomach dosing. Complete outfit bv nil doctors." Including Inhaler II. Guaranteed by tle froo. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug1 between passenger and freight trains at Storage. Halatesd, Tex. O. L. Penny, Druggist, well-know- n Lou-Isvill- e, pc-liWare-Kramc, post-olllce nitro-glycerinn el PEN pun SHOES FOR LADIES ! ji .SMHasnmu'a Why not buy a Shoe that has the Style, holds its Shape and Wears Longer when it Costs you just the same?i 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. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Cbe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT $5O,O0O.C0 40,000.00 340,000.00 W :vi. BRIGHT, CASHIER, J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. J.B. PAXTON, DIRECTORS: J. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.'StanforJ John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ban-kin, ' Lancaster; J. 11. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Trnylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; V. II. Cummins, Preachereville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilb'erts Creek. If you want the Best Drill made, try the "Hoosier." For sale by E. T. FENCE, STANFORD. KY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Sa'ety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Ue of our Customrrs. We Solicit Your Account. 1 -- d u ,fl DIRECTORS. . II. Uaujhnjaa. F. Held, S. Mocker, President;, I, M. D. Elmore, J, M. Pcttus, S. T. Harris, II. C. Uaugbman, J.F. Cummins, John J, McRoberts, Cashier: " 7 S, T. Harris, no. C. Itobinsoo, H.C. Bsugbman, Asst. Cash'r V. U ODannoo . S. HocUer, C. E. Tate. W.W.Sauaders, Bookkeeper. OFFICERS. ' L- .t f jttft&M&JtSL M. ' ., V- - i j -- p- MiM.1 JP v "- - The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. For Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of he will not resign his Job in the Canal Zone. Nobody had any Idea that he Hlrwk llrr nniyl, Notions Orocerlcs, All kinds of poplar and pine celling im' drowned tongue ami graved flooring, maple Hardware, Tinware, Ao.j about would turn down such a fat "take. and oak. Jesse Clarkson, MoKlnney, Ky. Ins fair business. Liberal terms. He is not built that way. Ky. O. II. IIAHHIH, Crab Orchard, Senator Blackburn latimate that FOR SALE1 NOTICEI I H !,, POLITICAL. Hiss Mabel Robbins won tho demo cratlc nomination for school aupcrin. tendent of Bourbon. Tho democrats of Muhtcnburg county have nominated Joo F. Richardson for Representative in tho place of W. O, Smith, who withdrew from tho race becauso some silly reports wcro started on him. Lewis lomn, who was convicted circuit In Having decided to locate elsewhere, I will der In the Lincoln pardon and IRwi, a all Highland ot W the governor for the governor and sell prlately my farm nt ject will notify acres, more or less. Improvements good; writing any objection. Lkw-i- a tore-hous- e on place) good barn: (tool orchard) well watered. J. It. IIHISJIIT, Waynesburg. Ky. FOR SALE 1 NOTICEI who obstate In will ask of mur- Ltkn, Merer. J. J. BELDEN, For Houto and Carriage I'alntlngnnd Trimming. Taper Hanging, dun mid Hhop opposite depot. J. J. Iui.nr.M, Stanford, Ky ForBtateHenntor, R. L. HUDDLE, ot Lincoln county. For Itcprcscntntlve, V. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, W. S. DURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For HherltT. Will sell a Clothing. Hhoe middenls' Furnishing Htore. located III the best town In Ho Tie county. A great opportunity for the right man. Htock will Itnolre about ftjtto. Address M. J., earn Interior Journal, FORSALEI w. l. Mccarty For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jnller, DINK FARMER For Assessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Rcbools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Htnnford District, JAMES,McKECHNIE For Constable Htnnford District, I. M. BRUCE Maglstrate;Crab Orchard District, For R.JH. BRONAUGH For Magistrate llustonvllle District, Judgo Warren D. Sottle, of Bowling Green, will have no opposition for Judgo of Court of Appeals in tho Second appellate district. Tho democratic com mittce's time limit has closed and Judgo Settle was the only entrant. Former Congressman II. F. Finley, for many years a leader in tho Republican party in this State, died at his Ho was 77 home at Williamsburg. years of ago and the father of Charley Finley, recently of Indianapolis, Secretary of State of Kentucky from 1895 to 1899. FOR RENT! For rent for into with privilege of sowing 2U acres In wheat this Fall and planting corn and tobneco next Spring. Mill nnl V. M.Mt'Hrnr, for part of crop. Waynesburg, Ky. MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Lodge No, no F.A A.M. will meet In Mil till (omiuunlcatlon on each first ami third Monday nights of iarh month, nt 7:-- l o'clock In their hall on main streeet, Htanford, Ky, Member of slater lodges ant InMted to Im prevent, r. W, Mic. Vs a f iVjxV aRvbf HOME FORSALEI ncccsvtrv outbuildings. Lot contains one acre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy barn, buggy house, corn crib, etc. (lood n gnrden spot. This Is n desirable place, corner of Whitley and Milter streets. A. II. IIOLT7.OL.VW, Htanford, Ky. locat-vdo- One story cottnge of eight rooms and all B. D. CARTER, Now Livorv Dopot Stroot, Phono OO, i i Dr. Wu Ting Fang, the Chinese min ister, who recently has becomo deeply interested in spiritualistic manifestations, attended a private seance in Washington in which he held conversations in Chinese through the medium. The spirit of President McKinley also spoke to the minister. If behooves tho democrats all over Kentucky to vote straight, if for no other perpose, on account of that STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SURVEYING AND CIVIL NOTICEI We hae moted our produce, hldd and I mil prepared todo all kinds of surveying poultry business from Myers' stable to our and civil engineering promptly. My work store recently piirtriin.eti til imriniiu win no guarnmceu anu my prices are rendoors from po.tottlce. We still innnn . i run nin m nrkiitn.v nr rni ni pay cash fornll kinds of country produce. ov er the telephone through the llustomllle La nu.V 11m it iiax, Htanford, Ky. Kxcunnge. WALTKRMCKINNKY. XJMBq) XI8AQQ0D NOTICEI ' J. K.HELM.SR For Magistrate Wnynesburg District, JOHNIM. CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH JOECMAGEE Is a candidate for Police Judge of Crnb Orchard, subject to thu action ot the demo cratlc jwrty and asks your support. Two weeks from the battle of the ballots will be fought and the splendid ticket which appears on this page will be elected. We are as confident of one assertion as of the other. However, 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 to the Casey and Boyle lines democrats are aroused to action and are doing valiant work for democracy. The people are satisfied with the democratic administration of the past years and are determined to keep that party in power. Help them do it by stamping under he rooster. y bill. If the republicans have a majority in the next Legislature the youngest child will not live long enough to see another democratic Representative or Senator in many counties and districts of the State. The most casual observer can see tho truth of this assertion. Don't walk into a trap in daylight. Lancaster 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 tho territory of another nation and for the first time the ruler of another nation set foot on tho soil of the United States. The meeting was marked by the exchange of expressions of mutual regard and both executives spoko of the occasion as being typical of the bonds uniting the sister republics. The ono incident marring the day was the killing of ono schoolboy by anothc in a fight resulting from their efforts to approach nearer President Taft. MATRIMONIAL. Douglas Thomas, ntf6d 18, and Miss Jessie Chiswell, 1G, were married in Owen county. J. Ed Moore, clerk at the Newtonian 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 Somerset, was married at Chattanooga to Miss Pearl Huffakcr, also of Pulaski. Miss Mae RobinBon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robinson, Marcellus, Garrard county, was married Wednesday to Charles Cleve Cable, of Havana, Cuba. Mr. E C. Hopper, of Hustonville, announces the engagement of his daugh ter, Miss Camille Lafayette Hopper, to Mr. Harry Drake Gibbs, of Pittsburg, Pa., but at present located in tho Philippine Islands. The marriage, which will be a very quiet affair, will take place at tho home of her aunt, Mrs. Helen Huffman, at high noon Nov. 1st. They will leave at once for Manilla. Miss Hopper is ono of Lincoln county's most charming young women. She is highly accomplished and universally popular. Tho prospective groom belongs to a splendid and wealthy family. He met his flanco in California some Tho Farmers Drug Co., of I.awrvnceburg, has placed Kurekit Ionic on sale at L. Han-derCrab Orchard, and J. I). Morton. HtnnAll creditors of the Huntington Produce A Feed Uo., of Huntington, W. Vn.. are ford. This tonic Is to toi taken In a half hereby notified to present their claims wtna ton wine glass full thrte times a day. physicians In ugalnst said concern, properly proxen as It Is prescribed by the liest cure stomach, prof Ided by law, to the undersigned assign- - the Htate. (luaranlfed to , ..a n. IIiaI. nHln. In llil.n.lila L'w u I , t. I , liter and kidney troubles. Will tw sold on ,fl,l ,111-1- UlllkIT U I.M, llSlt.f, nitlllll the streets here next county court day, Oct. a) day a from the date hereof. 11, by their salesman. Dr. H.J.Cus.ldy. LOVF.TT A KVANH. Asslgneeei. Dnled at Ilurnslde, Ky., Hept. an, WJ. Creditors' Notice J, I Please the Boys. MaxiishJStyles -3 Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid lor external use. Zemo gives instant As executors of T. J. ltohlnton, wo will on clief and permanently cures any form WKDNKHDAV, OCT. S), 1!V. rf Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All at about I M, In front ot the National Hank Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, publlo Inlliistontllle, Ky..otTer for sale, at outcry the farm of about 1W acres, nhout miles from IIustonllle, In Lincoln lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. county, near G. Whylnot please a child when it is not to his Sale of Blue Grass injury. Our clothes always please the little fellows. .The Farm I 4. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Fruit And Ornamental Trees Ktcrtthlng for Orchnrd, Catalogue on Application. purchasers will tie shown over the W. lives on It. Place by J. willHughes, who nowIVIO. Terms lie glen Jan. 1, lll tie announced on day of sale. A J, It. PlXTot, Mil. I Lx'tirs. M. II. llotiiMuix t!e Dumllle turnpike, l'ritr'C nnl Cdtr-de- No Agents. H. F. HJLLENMEYER & SONS, Heart Strength simply needs, and must have, more power, mors stability, more controlling, more governing Ithout that the Ilrart must continue trrnrtn. to fall, and the stomach and kidneys also hare these tarn) con trolling nerves. This clearly explains why, as a medicine. Dr. Khoop s Restorative has In the rait done so much for weak and ailing Hearts Pr. Shoop Urn sought the cause of all this painful, palpitating, suffocating hrart dUtress. fir. bhoop s Kestoratlve UiU popular prescription Is alone directed to these weak and waiting nerv. centers. It builds) Ikstrecttbens; it oflers real, genuine heart help. II you would have strong Hearts, strong direction, strengthen thus !iunu r.tAhl!ih them a needed, with suit them. Knickerbocker trousers with every suit at $3.50, $5, $7.50 and $10. We have about 100 suits most all sizes, with plain straight botton trousers. Splendid off the price to close them school suits, at out, they are real bargains for school suits. Anyway let us show them to you. Lexington, Ky. PUBLIC SALE ntl:30p. M.. I Ptrrngth.orlierveUcainessnothlni'inora. If. not one wrwk heart In a hundred Is. In Itself, actually diseased. It Is almost always a hidden tiny llttlo nerve that really Is all at fault. This obscure nerve the rardlac or Heart Nerv. Dos-Itl- Tleart titrenrth. or Heart Weakness, means Nerve As administratrix of John I'. Hubble. I will nt his late residence near Turnerstllle, Ky., on 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 jurist and a statesman. He lived past 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 ho came back after seeing his error and remained with the party that had so often honored him. lie was a great man and his name and fame will go down in history. highest and liost bidder some nlre brood mures, two lino colts by Hcudder's I'caxliie, a good milk cow, 0 stacks of good hay, n mowing machine, plows mid oiber farming Implements; alto a lot ot harness and other things too numerous to mention. Terms mnde know n on day of sale. MUM. FANNIK iIUIWLK, Admx Fill DAY. OCT. sell at publlo auction to the ,li, H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. NOTICEI Dr. Shoop's sSQessassogae G. L. Pcnuy It. H. CoIIoy H. It. Coleman c n 'A' Restorative PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In- Vihol The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil. is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and W Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds. Sold under a Guarantee at PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public, sale to the highest ! bid-de- r, surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, That must have going miles to see been a sight worth when on Sunday 75,000 Dis- morning at Pittsburg, Pa., ciples of Christ gathered in Forbes Field baseball park and partook of the One hundred elders Lord's Supper. and 500 deacons acted as celebrants and they were so well drilled 1hat there was little or no confusion when the ceremony was held. Of course no church nor auditorium in the great city of Pittsburg could accommodate the the great throng and the baseball park was secured. A hundred police were Btationed around thefgrounds to prevent disturbance or annoyance of any kind from the outsiders. three years ago. CHURCHJMATTERS. Elder F. M. Tinder's meeting at Kirksville, resulted in 18 additions to the 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 W. E. Arnold, now located $1.50 AND RETURN VIA at Carlisle, is conva-resci- Pittsburg won the world's baseball championship by overwhelming Detroit by the score of 8 to 0 in the seventh and deciaivb game of one of the hardest worlds's series ever fought. This was the third successive time Detroit has been defeated in the world's championship series, and consequently the third straight victory for the National league, the Chicago Nationals having won the title in 1907 and 1908. To Charles Adams, a former Louisville pitcher, belongs the major portion of the credit for winning the series, and he proved himsolf one of the greatest pitchers of the day. . from a severe spell of typhoid fever. Kev. F. W. Allen, of Missouri, who will preach at the Christian church Sunday morning next will have as his subject Undenominational "Tho I CINCINNATI I I line on the North aud bordering on thu I ..it N. railroad, S mile from Iloone station, and three miles Mouth of Hurt a College. This land Is In a good nelghtiorhood, clow to public school and church It cull bo ll- lded Into three ourcels. about Cdacreslvlns on the Kust side of thu L. A N. railroad, uhoutnuincrcs l)lngon the Houtliwest side ot the lterta. Flat (lap A ltoundHtonecoun. tv road, and about oiu acres lying on tne Northeast side of said road. The three nor- eels of land will lx offered separately and thennan wnoie.boxmis lami im ummprortu young small house. Hustonville, Ky. except aof white oak, some Iliun tine poplar hickory, growth Is about IM) to M) acres and pine. There with everlasting water, and can leel land, fine ranch for sheepand cattle. be made u The sale will be madeon the premises, near the box house.one inllefrom Iloone Htntlon. TKHMH. One half cash when deed Is made, the remainder In tao equal payments with A uer cent. Interest till lutld. notes with good surety and leln retained on the land. Ittle good. Kor further Information call on or write W. I', l'ruwltt, llerea. Ky. Harrison Duger. wno n es near tne larm, win snow anyone over It who wishes to look nt same before tbeday of sale. Hale to begin at u a.m. A. W. TITUH. llerea, Ky. W. V. I'rewltt, Auct., llerea. Ky. HATUItDAY, OCT. SI, IWl, ntioutUM acres of land, Inn In ZlocLcnsllH county, Ky.. ndjotutng the Mmlltou county on S PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. V POSTED. We, whose names appear below, strictly forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of on our places and will prosecute vi olators to tne lull extent 01 tuo taw. Jtelcbenbacb tiros. Miss Mattle Huwes, A.T.Trnylor, Fred llaumann, N. 11. l'luinmer, Lllburn Uooch, H.O. Nunnelley. Will Hester, w. liaugnman. j, 12. Ilruce. J. w. reca. DatldHtetens, J. JohnOamenlscb wui.t;oraier. M. D. Klinore. Dnn Traylor, Fred llandorf, tlotllboltck. I). M. Anderson. J.J.Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Jits. II. Kuds j, r, Moser, airs. r.. j. iinrtou A. Kimi.it Mrs. Cieu. logun, J.J.KIIlott. V. It. Daugherty, Frank Cortller, Dr.tl.0. 1'erry, ltev. Father Leo, H. II. llaughman, a. i. llffV,, Uriah Albright Mrs. Mnrguret Hooch, Jacob (lander tv. it. intyior ui'O.i'. tmuus, Ham Roberts. John Juler. M.J. Ilofmnnii, Amend Hchnefer, A.lt. Mntheuy K.T. lleasley Mrs. J. II. Owsley, L. H. (lamer, II. L. Fagnley, M.J. Morgan, H.O. Watkfus, H.T, Harris, It. IMJrow, J. O. Hundley. ('. K. Mcuiure, Mrs. Nannie II. Qood, Anton Itouecker. Anderson Oarr. V. M. Dtshon, Fred Vondrueulgau Mrs. Kate Ador T. L. ltaughmun, Mrs. Kebeccu It. Carpenter Nto (HuU, W. Kopats, J. F. Moser, I). Hevlers, John H. Lee, Tom Furrlll, (ihrl.tluu Jacob, W. W. ritmau, Fred l'ayk. Alex Hooper, J. NeWu Cvrter, tres-passi- BUY The Improved from Su- Iff which were ready to go to press with safely check all Colds or LaGrl)xj. the weekly issuo into "pi." The man- Try them! Sold by Penny's agement of the paper thinks it was Drug Storo dona by persona who had taken offense Old papers for sale. This office. at the strenuous policy ot! the paper. c. Miscreants entered the ofllco of the Valley Courier, a Republican Tho little Candy newspaper published at Louisa, and loot- called Prtneutlcs, ed the place, converting the forms Sandy Church." The Baptists of Kentucky gave $3, 000 more money for State, home and foreign missions during September than during the earno month last year. Ten thousand 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 contributions to missions this year by tho Baptists will reach $130,000. Last year $110,000 was contributed. perior Grain Drills Ci will Curo Tablets In a few hours I nivr A.Y I I Oct. 24th. I I I I H I SPECIAL TRAIN City AGENT leaving Juntiofl ASK TICKE7 6:00 A.M.I W. H. 1itii---i- - HIGG1NS, . mi mwmm-trtrtii fOR rAITICULAIS Stanford, Kentucky. hi j. , i Jl -- . tJ Jl 1 ii IWult, IJWW tl"5 t ? DEAR MR. AND MRS. BUYER: Wo. occupying tho place of T - "' if thoro is any business done. Vo boliove wo havo dpne our part by scouring tho" country for tho best valuos to bo obtainod in our linoB, Wo boliove too that our long ex- perienco enables us to soloct tho class of merchandise you want. Wo havo also marked theso goods at "reasonable prices. What wo soil you, must bo as roprosentod, aro your oonoy back. Isn't this a substantial bridgo for you to cross and come to our storo7 If you will como in, look our goods ovor and get our pricos there will be businoss done. YourB seller, realize 3 wo must get to-got- hor ' " ' ' truly, '' ,4. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Mrs. Susan Mrs. Susan Yeac-b-r & SON, STANFORD KY. L.R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Mirti M. Is able to sltup. Harris is Improving t v m. It. slowly. BottN, to thn wife of J. Mat Preston, & Wcaren. Oct. Ill, 1000 a son, J. M. Preston, Jr. f BrAJfroun, Ky., Don't forget J. D. Eads & Sons' salo Miss Ella May Saunders nnd Mrs. Friday, Sunday In Louis at their farm near hero next Carrio Taylor spent Oct. 22. Seo in another column what Some great bsncalns In box paper aro bclriR cloned out to mke room for now ville. they havo to sell. Mr. W. J. Rankin Is traveling for stock at Penny W Drug Store. In Western Mine Host J. B. Willis, of Crab tha Capital Fruit Company Kentucky. Orchard Springs, found in his corn field PERSONALS. i Mr. W. D. Ferjiill nnd wife, of nntalk with seven developed cars of Drt. J. Ii. Owsley Is convalescing. Gravel Switch, are with J. L. Jarvls corn on it. Next James F. Brady wont to Rrodhcad and family. Saturday. Mack Burge'b homo beyond Crab Senator L. C. Nell has been nominatJUWJE J. W. AtxonN was in Loxins-to- n Orchard burned Friday night, together Sened by the republicans for tho State with almost all of tho contcnU. He last week. ate In tho Adair district. H IIuoiies went to Mt. Mrs. L. Mary Higgins, who is teaching had $300 insurance. Miss Vernon yesterday. music nt Somerset, spent Saturday and The Ladles' Aid Society of tho ChrisMr. A. E. Gibiions, of Danville, Sunday with her parents hero. tian church will meet with Misa Alico Mr. and Mrs. W. T. spent Sunday wilh Mrs. Helen Huffman and miss i.ou iicazley at 2 r. M. Saturday afternoon. Smith. Hocker spent a few hours Sunday with A full attendanco Is desired. Mrs. Hosweix, of Shelby county, Is the family of Mr. G. B. Cooper. tho truest of her sister, Mrs. Will Sevcot For Sale. Beautiful Jesse It. Routt, of Hustonville, erance. passed through to Lafollettc, Term., tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on LoMiss Kit Huffman has returned Saturday, whero ho went to accept a gan avenuo. Price and terms to suit from a visit to Mrs. It. S. Putnam at position. purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Lebanon. Mn. M. E. Hall s un from Wayno Your attention is called to tho disMns. E. L. Heinhart and son, Wil- county mingling with his old friends play advertisement of that hustling liam, spent several days with Danville who Uoylo have moved to Lincoln and Klngsvllle firm, Murphy & Acton. Read relatives. section. Fayette Wilkinson, of Lan- from his P. BonniTT. of tho Turncrs- - what they have to say this and subxe-queMrs. Mn. F. issues. 'Twill be time well spent. caster, has been the Ruest of Mrs. Ed vllle section, was one of the represen- Wilkinson. Tills office will begin printing the tat ves of tho Odd Fellows' lougo nero Misses Kathleen Walter andAllie at the Grand Lodge at MayfioM. ballots for the election of Nov. 2, toof Yantls, of Lancaster, wero guests The order is for Roiikkt, Dave and Al Rankin, or day or relatives hero. tho Hubble section, havo gone to Cov G.DOO official and 4,000 educational balIs attending Hon, J. N. Saunders ington to testify in the caso of Charles lots. There will be only two tickets, tho Masonic Lodge meeting in Louis- McConaghy, who wrecked tho bank at tho democratic and republican. ville this week. Monticello. IN Fcburary, Mr. A. II. Stigall, of Mil. ANi Mrs. J. II. SworK, of DanDr. J G. Carpenter will deliver an ville, are at Tho Seelbach for several address on Treatment of Compound the East End, set out an applo tree and fall he gathered threu good ripe dtys. Louisville Times. Fractures at the annual meeting of the this Misses Sadik Uaurhman and Jessie annual meeting of the State Medical apples from it. The treo is only four Powell, of Hustonvtlle, wero guests of Board, which meets in Louisvlllo Fri feet high and 12 Inches in circumfcr-enc- o Miss Eliiabcth llaughman. at tho ground. Who can beat day. that? Mr. W. E. Perkins, the Crab Orch-ar- d merchant, who has been ill for scv-crLOCALS. Democratic Speaking. lions. H. weeks, is convalescing. e Bhow Friday, Oct. Helm and W. II. Shanks will addrefs Come to tha suit Mr. J. Fleece Kouinson and tho voters of Kingsville In the interest wife, of Lnncaster, spent Sunday lGth. Severance Jc Son. of the democratic ticket on Wednesday, Mrs. J. . Paxton. with his sister, candy every Sat- Oct. 20, at 7 P. M. lions. K. S. Alcorn Fresh home-madMrs. Kiioda Waters has returned urday. Miss Ella May Saunders. and G. B. Sauflcy will speak for the from n visit to her sister," Mrs. T. F. democratic ticket at McKinncy on SatColesburg, Hardin county. Spink, at See onr lino of Sweater Coats, they urday, Oct, 23, at 7 P. M. . Mrs. Kennedy and Miss Catherine are beauties. Cummins & Wcaren. Castcllo, of Wayno county, sisters of Our good republican friend, Mr. Sam Do not forget to call for your tickets Mr. S. G. Castcllo, are his guests. J. Bell, republican nominee for shcrilT, on that Davenport. Cummins & Wear-eMrs. M. G. Murphy, of Klngsvllle, Is said to have two cards up his sleeve. who was badly hurt in a runaway sevWhen he meets a strong republican ho eral weeks ago, is rapidly recovering. Heatinr and cooking stoves at prices presents him with a curd on which is Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hilton had a you can not afford to pass over. G. D. printed "Sam J. Bell, republican nomipleasant visit from their littlo grand- Hopper. nee for shcrifT," but when ho runs daughter. Miss Cecil Hatson, of Lancasacross a democrat hu hands For nutomobile oils seo W. W. Hays him one which says "vote for Sam J. ter. Mrs. Priscilla Drown and grand- nt tho Stanford Gnrage. The best to Bell for shcrilT" and the man who gets daughter. Miss Iluth Cloyd, of More-lan- be found. the card has to find out from some othhavo gone to Yuma City, Ariiona, forget tho salo of tho T. J. er source to what party Mr. Bell beDon't , tu sDcnd tho winter. next longs. This card has on one side a good Robinson farm in Hustonvillo Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Stevens, of Wednesday. plcturo of Mr. Bell while on tho other Huechcl, this State, havo been tho side it Is shown how the voter can voto pueata of their daughter, Mrs. Thomas Buying Hart Schuflner & Marx for that gentleman and scratch the rest A. King, at Morrland. clothes is making nn investment, not of the republican ticket if hoso desires. Manaoer II. C. Wray and Alex A. an expense. They aro to bo found at He hopes to catch 'em and Sharpe spent n portion of last week re- Cummins & Wearcn's. but wo shall see what wo shall Ha-Zpairing tho telephone line between see. Jesse Manning, the clever carrier on Patch and this place. who has Rural Route No. 3, has bought of Geo, There will bo two tickets for town Mr. D. Ii. SrooNAMORE. Whitley officers at tho November election. Ono been in Jbusiness in Chattanooga for D. Florence for $300 a lot on will build a Jiico cottage. Is known as the "Citizens' Ticket" and Bomo time, haa returned to spend a por- Avenue and will havo as its devico a pair of scales. tion ofhis time with his parents here. The Graded S:hool foot ball team Por. J. W. Ireland, who represent- beat tho Night Riders, an eleven com- This ticket is headed by A. B. Florence mayor and tho following gentlemen Lodgo No. 150 I. 0. 0. F. ed Stanford posed of town boys, 7 to 0 on tho Grad- for for councilmen: M. D. Elmore, Cicero nt tho crand lodge meeting at Mayfleld, ed School grounds Friday afternoon. Reynolds, W. K. Shugars, E. T. Pence, was honored by being chosen Grand Marshal. Messrs. T. II. Shanks and Klndrick Jr., J. A. Allen, H. C. Anderson. John Dr. A. S. Price and family will move S. Alcorn spoko to a good crowd at N. Menefce, Jr., Is a candidate polico tn their handsome home hero this week Waynesburg Friday night. They say judge on this ticket. Tho other is known The doctor has rented his property at that democracy is O. K. in that section. as the Citizens' Reform Ticket" and a bee hlvo is its device. It is headed by Lancaster to Mr. Givens 'lerrni, oi up Phillips Bros., who are now putting II. J. McRoberts for mayor and tho Tir fSnrrnrd. up a concrete building for the Bank of candidates for councilmen aro W. II. Mrs. Nancy Looan, of Camden Eubanks, havo contracted to erect one Higgins, William Severance, Dr. ClifPoint, Mo.,,is visiting her sisters and bank to be They aro Mesdames S. of tho same material for a ton Fowlar, R. H. Coffey. A. T. brother here. and Mr. started at Gravel Switch. R. G. Jones. There aro good ., J. Embry and Maria '.Hocker P II RlinnUn. Why should a man In the soft drink men on both tickets so you "pays your Mr. J. E. Pleasants, of Crab Orch- business use screens before the door of money and you takes your choice." ard, was tho guest of his daughter, his business place ? Asks tho Somer Miss Annie Cook Huffman enter Mrs. G. L. Hunt thislweek. Born, to set Republican and there is food for tained Wednesday afternoon at her son, Robert C. wife of It. C. Ford, a thought in the interrogatory. home on West Third street with a pretFord, Jr. Mlddlesboro ty littlo C o'clock tea in compliment to Vauchan, of Richmond, aged 75, died at Mr. Newton James Linthicum, Vaughan.of his homo on Green River Friday. Ills Miss Fontaine Jones, of St. Louis, Mo. v nn.Hiroihur. Mr. Frank Miss Huffman's friends Lexington, wero hero Saturday In tho wlfo died a number of years ago and Just a few of drop In for a cup of tea They were accom-panle- d only an adopted son survives him. He were asked to automobile. latter'a at G o'clock and it was as delightfully and Owsley was a clever man and a good citizen. by Masters William informal as possible. Tho tea tablo Walton. Woods, Salllo Druggist E. W. Lillard, of Dan- was decorated very artistically, shaded Misses Susan.Fisheu ctfectivoly In red. Delicious bouillon, Taylor Woods.H Elizabeth Allen and ville, who misrepresented Boylo county sandwiches and confections of sevMargaret Bogloand Messrs. It. B. In the last Legislature, has made an as- tea, formed a signment. Assets and liabilities aro eral kinds were Bervcd very daintily. Woods and J. M.I.Alvcrson L. F. Huffman poured tea and party that witnessed the HorsoShow in each about $10,000. Maj. W. W. Wise- Mrs. Mrs. Robert M. Coleman served the man was named as assignee. Louisville Friday: and Saturday. bouillon. Miss Jones has been in LexJ, C. Jones was taken suddenly 111 at W. H. Curtis has Gold his farm ington for tho past fortnight, a guest Mr. his homo on lastJSunday evening, and the Country. Club, having come from for a timo his condition was such as to on the Crab Orchard pike, known as the at Louis with some friends in their uneasiness. A. C. Dunn place, to Mr. J. W. Holtz- - St. cause hla family and;much I.. ..!. tmnrnUAil hnorftVPI. nrl claw, making nearly $1,500 on it the automobile. She has visited Lexington out again In a few days. Pine-vlH- e short time he had owned it. lie paid buforo and has a number of friends will bo here. Lexington Gazette. 00 an acre less than two years ago. 1 five-roont m al hand-some n. weak-kneed 2l mm Nun-nollcNews-Recor- We aro prepared to mako beautiful This cool weather should remind you & Wearen havo a fino jardlnicrs out of old brass kettles. W. stock of heavy underwear. Cummins K. Warner. that Cummins ALniA Carpenter, of tho West End, has bought J. M. Snow' store near Kidds Storo and tho latter will engage in business at Scicnco Hill. If James Roberts Is elected Sher- iff he will stand to tho pcoplo who want enforcement of law. Somerset Republican. And from what wo can hear ho will be elected beyond of doubt. SHOES! You can't beat our line of Shoes for Comfort, Quality, Stylo nnd Low Prices. We have the strongest line of Ladies' and -, Ac, that Children' Shoes in Patent, Vicis, Velours, TanMost any color you want in Suedo top. wo have ever carried. We invite your inspection. Men, don't forget we represent two of the best Tailoring Price. concerns in the country and guarantee Fit, Quality and The Womens' Missionary Union of Transylvania Presbytery will convene at this placo on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 21 and 22. Tho delegates who will bo present from tho various churches of Central Kentucky will be representative Presbyterian women and the occasion promises to be ono of much interest and helpfulness to christian workers. The Herald printed bills Tuesday announcing speaking dates for Judge Hcrndon, Judge Cardwcll and other republican candidates. When Judge Sauf-le- y gets on their trail he will scatter them liko 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 Herald. majority. Harrodsburg HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notidns, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Urcatho Hyomel and cure catarrah. No stomach dosing, Complete outfit Including Inhaler H. Guaranteed by G. L. Penny. HARDWARE SHOE ! "Hard Wcarjn every pair." $2QO REWARD I for the nrfest fiov. Wlllson will pay t nnd comlctlou il the party who murdered James A. Knglemnn nt Kings Mountain thli past Summer, it more ttuiii one, .10 each. For Sale Privately HiwIiir decided to I I It is made of soft, pliahlo chrome tanned u, will tell prlMvtelv list acre, ot lurid on the wear. try a If you want a Shoe that will give you perfect Momerset pike, four mile from Htanlord. linnrored with new house of four room nnd outbuildings. Aliundnnt water nnd pair. AVe helieve this Shoe will last you much louger than hix month, hut fencing good. All of grms l..i.. aiji,if lis nt mm u IiIj.Iithe land Is In !., wo will guarantee that you get at least six months wear ami satisfaction. In on or wrlttto J. L. further inrtlculiirt-n1JurvU, htanfonl, Ky.f K. P. 1. No. 1. moe waterproof leather, the finest and most durahle of all leather for heavy to Stanford. Horse and Mule Sale t ! un W will orfor for nle to the hlcliet nnd bidder om wtlunble liort.es nnd mules KKIUAY.OOT.S, 1 1WW, W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. consisting of the follow lnc utork: Ono lor-rmare, llljtari old, giKKl driver nnd nfe In fonl by Illack Jos; tuiy mnrt 111 foal by blui'lc Jk, extra good brood mare, her roltn nlttiiyi belni: blue tie winners nnd perfectly brood mare. In u!e fur women to drive; lllly, Anna foul to Jack: I sucktaken from larc;le liu second blue ties In theit model money ling, taking ring nt a yearling, with 13 entries. In foul b lllack Joe.sliu by Dignity Ditre; lllly by Terry Dare, In foul by lllnck Joe. She It a good one. Twojearllng llllles.good onesjl suckling mule, nnd n good one; I suckling horse colt by Ilenu Nalwtll nnd a nice one; 1 pair good yearling mules, 1 two year-olsorrel horse. AH the broke to drlte well. One beautiful black stallion, lllack Joe,:icnrs old.by the noted l'reston Vii, nnd a half brother to Carroll l'reston, his owner refusing H;u for lilui will Imi at the sale und Imi sure to see him. Oneextrit good brood mure, 11 jenra old. In foal by lllack Joe; 1 lllly colt by said mare, Vi months old by old t'reston; 1 earllng horse by Antecnrlo; aged sorrel mare.tlum of UuulMr,2:lU; Hilly Wilton. S:a, Winches. ter.?:ll'.. liny mure by Wilkes llov, bred to H.T. llnrrls'Jack. lirown mare, 8 yeait old, by Wilton, dam Wilkes Hoy, (arinid to U. Cecil, for IMI. Hale to begin nt 1 o'clock. Terms made know uonUay of sale and very llberul. J. I). KAIW A HON, Htauford, Ky. J. P. Chandler, Auct. 1 1 d d 1 l444444.t4tWr tvsvfcfcftftsttl Tfie ii Waynesburg DepositBank, Inc., WAYNESBURG, KY. Capital, 915.000. Surplus (XI Profits $2500. Resources Over $60,000. Directors: J. Dr. A. K. Caldwell, It. Curtis, C. O. Gooch, II. II. Singleton, V. Wheeldon, Dr. J. W. Acton, G. V. Leach, Jab. A. Hayes, M K. Wheeldon, L. G. Gooch. Officers: L. G. Gooch, President. M. E. Wheeldon, J as. A. Hayes, V. Presidents. Stanley Mcintosh, Cashier, The ofllcers of this bank extend a cordial invitation for your patronage, your account Is respectfully solicited whether large or small polite treatment and satisfactory results are assured. , Personal Interviews and correspondence solicited. i Splendid Farm At Auction ueter-fnlllu- i ! - Zm,mBBMmtmmm44W4m4m4' fwwwvr(srsMW4ww'w,,1 m i springs; about furnished from stacks of buy, farm au barrels corn, liiK Implements, etc If farm Is not sold prhately will be offered publicly at my sale firoed,ln blRhstuteof cultlatlou, most all M. G.1MURPHY. abundance of good stock water SWncres land, well located, fairly welllm- J. W. ACTON. Murphy Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1 909. &J Acton. Cut PricesiUntil Nov. 1. Sun. ns" from I todyenr old, t Jnck.3 suckling Jackcolls. nmres. mule mures, 1 registered thoroughbred brood mure, 1 registered standurd bred trotting mare, 1 two-- ) registered standard bred lllly. 1 standard bred trotting lllly. 1 registered trotting horse, 1 pair t year old work mules, pair year old work mules. pair 1 year old horse inulis, 1 extra good walking horse. This small herd of Jacks mid enncliareoi meery oess siucn. uia n,n oDbortunlty for man nek v ,.. v.t and this is an kiiiiiM Inundation stock to stnrt on. Alflhese Jennets that lmo been tried are regular breeders and there ure two eitrn good leniitt Jacks In lot olfered. The sale will commence promptly at w o'clock x, x. ou Oct, it, Ituv. U.li. KINU'Moreland.K-- . ieuut-t- Onr iirinv) nn nil Drv finnili'ShuM. Hatt). CUDS. Men's 0(1(1 Pulltti Ulld To those nt n dlstnncu will eny that tills farm Is located at Jioreninu station, Lincoln Notions will bo greatly reduced until Nov. 1st and then there will bo a county. Ky., on the J. A. U. Ky.; good hotel at Moroland. This Is n chuuire in our business that we aro confident will mean much to our custom closing out sale of farm stock und crop. cons, i jvn. ers as well as to us. It will bo to your advantage to trnde with us, hs we four u. .. ... icnnei suckling n,.l .. Prepare yourself and family lor each lifts, a i"jeitruiu jviiuci. .fu nuil lunilul. 14 t..u.. s ,v. ., car-old S- - ear-ol- d 1 jnirchasj. will wive you money on Now whilo vou can eavo money, givo us a trial and let us tho Winter. eliow you what wo will do for you. We want moro Cash trado nnd aro mak iug the reductions as inducements to thow imying Cah, feeling that those paying Cash aro entitled to goods ufa smaller margin of profit than those liuyinK ON TIME. So If you havo money to spend call and get our Cash , uuecua prices on any thing you want either dry goods, uotious, gnrerie-ware or hardware. Do not fail to watch this epaco for tho chaugo in our business Nov. 1st. MURPHY A ACTON, Kings Mountain Ky. - tlA,. ra... SiMlWHiiAi r " j. -t- - - -- .am t-- s sfsaaaas The Interior Journal. FARMER'S DSPARTM1RT. rroc faum m amum own- - Stock of TY FOR SALE ! nt jMtrtdinthe tmnd-clfi- u Pott-Ofic- e al Stanford at mnltrr. , L. N. TIMETHBLE u No.Jl.Kouth.JllMP K. No.SS.Houth.lltttH M. No. St. North. 4 U A. x. No. W, North, Js!ff r. M. No.JT.10MT A. M. No.ysJitDI. . JOS. 3. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Dontlat, Surgoon TANFOWD. - KENTUCKY. OfEco over McRobcrU' Drug Store in the Owsley Building. FARM FOR SALE m 1 I n "The farm of HOacr". of rox1 Mho (trass land, lylna oo mile North of McKlntiejr.on tilkp. nnil ih. Mfnnfiinl plenty Ininrnvementa fruit. of water and fencing good; acre. 01 uuinerea lanu uhu nine Also Kastot JluKlimeyiiiaiiuuuor fence ipiem? of siater and good tolwcco lard Heofirov Pulaski, at ?S0. J.A.OlVKNH.AKent, Dg.crop. McKlnney.Ky. A Hardin county grower has shipped 1,200 barrels of apples from his orchard this season, and says it is the banner Have'your measure taken by n tailor of ex- crop of the State. perience. Then your clothe., whetuera low Fox & Logan, of Danville, bought 33 prlco business suit or the finest evening clothe., will hate that Individuality and lit steers of J. W. Funk at 3c. They also to which plainly Indicate tboy were made yourmea.ure. I will al.o take your mea-ur- o bought 14 steers from J. W. Gordon at for extra trousers, fancy vesta, top coats) and overcoat.. Kail and Winter the same price, says a Springfield dis ample, on hand ready for your Impectlon. patch. H. 0. RUPLEY. The Tailor, horse mules, For Sale. Pair Stanford, Ky. two yearlings and one colt. Registered Duroc boar and some young boars CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnl.b the public with the lx.t. a. ready for service. R. H. Crow, Shelby well a. the freshest of cut flowers, plant, of City, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2, box 28. all kind., bulbs, potted flower., on abort John S. Murphy, the McKinney mil notice. Also make a ipeclaltyof wreath, for for funeral purposes. In connection ultli the above, 1 have all ler, has bought back from tho Messrs. kind, of vegt. table, on band at rensonuble Shores his farm on the Huatonvillo price.. pike, 2J miles from Hustonville. He 01IIII8TMAN CIKKKN HOUSES. Ko IluliliAim, 1'hoii. Htanford.Ky. sold it for $30,000 and gave tho Messrs. A flno blue urn., farm for aula situated on alx mile. Oub Edmlston, of Crab Orchard, Bold newDlannear Point lpnrtll And SU mm, south of Innraater, containing to Cannon McWhortor a Jersey cow for ell locator in ttood neigntxirnooa, uoing c port of tho John Walker tract, with a $65. .oxen-roonow, residence m'Cos.aryoMlnilldlni. nnil Lutes & Weil bought of J. H. Daugh thereon, with nil 40s.fi). Writ watered, alx Rood, new lorn man and W. II. Shanks 180 fat cattlo never falling .print;. "ml creek running through. at 4 J to 5.35. Turns. 1 rash In hand, balance one nnd twoyrar. froindarof anl, bearing lx per S. D. Carpenter sold to Henry Mira cent Interest until wld. clc, of Dell county, his farm of 7G acres l'ersons looking for such place please wrlto or.ee w.u. WAi.amK.manioru. in tho East End, for $5,000. --.. . John Dnrrctt's tobacco barn In Bath county burned and 1,200 sticks of to .70 Uuy V Y.a fl Incco went up in tho flames. J&r .'J&Z Estkay. Dark sorrel yearling mule, .J -Klrion nnd left court day. Will pay reward for re Woo! turn. E. T. Beazley, Stanford, No. 4. r.i!icr,T)!ow,DrsfU, Ctaarsd Land & Buchanan bought five heifGolden St,Yi3wR.Mt Mar Apple. Daniels, of GarWild Clnicr, ell. Wc an dtcr ers from Mrs. Josh h.1 a cnturrla noltM li 13J-- "0r rard, at 3c; also a lot of hogs at 7c. Lcuinili' atJ era do batter Icr r th" hogp, EsTRAYED. Three barrow g"i cr cccancfot nercriaots. ltcfeme. black spotted, weigh about 250, crap oiT car Dad la LoiunCe. Write It wteUf prka hit aed Jirs. tan. left ears. Liberal reward. E. T. Eft. Gr.tJo! & Cons, Pence. 10UISVHIC, KY. 223 C. MjtU t St. John Steele Carpenter has sold his farm of 185 acres in Casey, close to the Lincoln line, to McBcnth und Gann, of hand-sonitwo-ator- J. C. at $70. Rankin has bought 24 mule colls Merchandise for Sale. t desire to .ell privately my .lock of flro eerie, and Ilanlwaro. Dolne n aood bust. nesa. Wilt Invoice alwutjioo. Itenson III health. OKO. IKlIOPl'K.Il.Htanfonl.Ky. FARMS FOR SALE I wish ! -- - FU&S a,iKi dwelling, good barn, collar, spring house, fine water, etc. tind la 111 high state of cul iivntmn. .mso nave lour oilier amau mrm for sale. All well Improved. Term, tall. factory. D.O.HII'l'I.K, Htaufont, Ky It. rVD. Nn.S. at Jumbo. I.lncolu County, Ky, four mile, from McKinney, Ha. on It good to sell privately my farm of Macro, cx Q. B. P? U ITT. Moroland, Kontucky, New Fall Iiino Millinery now hi, Aim ictv Furniture coininy in nl most daily. C5, iaM'1' II. Pituirr, Morclnntl, Ky. REWARD. Harry Jacobs, and Cranito Wc nro nnw ready to how you ono of tho Invst line of Mcn', Youtln' nnd Cliildrcn'n Clothes ever howu tho khii1o fur the lowwt prico. Alo a lino of Overcoats nnd C'ravnncttcs from 7.f0 to 820. new nud Come in and let us show you. Am euro you will he jilcaed Good values. with this line. Falljand Winter Stock. d llnvlnir iiirreml ronslilernlile annoyance nnd daniaxe from outlaws, In brvakliiK Rato Dealer In nnd Manufacturer or; latche. ami tearing uowu nnu ue.irojuiu my galea, on the county road that run. through my farm, 1 hae concluded toofTer Marblo Monu' n reward for Information lending to tb conlctlon of such pvr.onof or (wrtons. In montSi for I) conviction will thereforo give the tuin lenillnir to thn Arrest and of any party or parties, that linve broken Marker, and Post., Cemetery and Ijiwn the latcne. on any 01 my gaies.uriiiiii untu Vaseannd Hettees. OIIlco nnd work., lie- i.wMt rlnwn nrlnrn dovo any of mv sate. ivy. on the county road which run. from the ixiiiiie, Hustonville turnpike to tue .tiumiEeTiiif turnpike, through my farm: ami I wlllslve lending the same nmount for Information pArty or to tho nrresl nnd conviction of nny In the future commit nny of the nnrtle. who Atove offense.. Wltnc my nnnn mis iuwi any i .iukusi. T.J.H11.I..H11. Won. Infor-iiBttn- Dinwiddie &. SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD, KY. ILUE GRASS FARMjFOR SALE! Mr nne lllue bluegrns. farm. SS mllea West of Hustonxllle, one nillw from ulke nnd Cnrwnter' Htntlon, consisting of isj acre, of rich, bluegraa. hemp, or tobaccoy land, all in gross. inniarmcnno njuni-ldivided to advantage so n. to ba en good ?2fi.O0O for it. Imp. St. Blaise, one of the most famous stallions in tho world, is dead at larns. in Fayette Nothing But Insurance. August Belmont's nursery, closely that county. His death followed of Ben Strome, another famous horse. D. St Blaise won the English Derby. The Insurance Man, Danville Court. There wcro about STANFORD, KY. 200 cattle on the Danville market yesRe.ldence Phone 38; Office, 65. terday, most of which sold. Yearling Insure with mo and be fully and cattle went at 31 to protected. 4c; heifers at 2 to 31c and butcher stufT 21 to 31c. A number of mule colts soldat$50to $90. Tho horse market was quiet. Through the real estate agency of Dunn & Adams, Danville, I. T. and T. We aro In position to do nil kind, of con cretlng, such na Illock Work. S. Lamer have sold their farm of 305 and. In fact, wo can make any thine from a acres of blue grass land to J. D. White-hous- e. house down to a fence post. We can serve you promptly and guarantee This is one of the finest farms work nnd material, (fall and get our price. in Boyle county and the price realized uviure juu uuy yuur uiuieriui ut least. was $120 per acre. It is known as the James W. Guest farm. Advocate. Insures Tsbacco and Tobacco Shorn Co., To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle y DWELLING HOUSE on each piece; also nil necessary outbuildings. Tho fnrm lay. utmost In n wjunre, only onenngleln lines. There are Jesse Wearen, Hustonville, Ky., and Adjacent Counties. Wo linvo secured the skntiug rink huilding for a .ilenMm for leaf tohac-c- o in the hand and uill Ikj ready to liejjin Mitos as mmiii as tohacco U curctl for market and will he aide to offer you ui good mnrkct as you will find clHJwherw at a reasonable cot. Wo have nsMirancc that liuyor the largwt luanufacttironi and denlare in tho L'. S. will he ruirc-eente- tl in Danville, thus insuring the higluwt market jiriiv to the grower. of your tobaiini. Cull and eco m hefuro 8itlli-cient- Three Stock Barns, One Good Tobacco Barn, Two one tenant bouse, good WAter In every Oehl J six lusting springs, wuu i nlng througu w hole tract. Ht'tTONVILLKKr ld CONCRETING Pavi-menfirst-cm- Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line J. Steele Carpenter, of goods. up-to-date Stables, ly Bring The State University, Loxington, Ky. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Millions in Wheat. experts begin to talk they can about the "bread-basket,- " not avoid a direct referenco to the wheat output of the Prciflc Northwest. The States of Washington, Oregon and Idaho this season will produce not less than 60,000,000 bushels nnd every bushel of that crop will be worth $1. Inasmuch as the prospective increase over 1003 is 20,000,000 bushels, the add-- e J value of this year's output will not be far from $20,000,000. Of this bumper crop, Washington will lead with a total of nearly 40,000.000 bushels; Oregon is second with 14,000,-00- 0 bushels, and Idaho third with about When crop record-breaking INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY Your Printing' To and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount. Life, Live Stock, Health Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Light ning, rire, l ornaao, J.L.Beazley&Co., 7,000,000 bushels. Time was not so very long ago when the crop of Washington was 5,000,000 bishels. The increased yield may bo checked to the accouut of added acreage, for tho 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,- 000,000 bushels, and other counties are rapidly advancing in this most profitable The INTERIOR The Htate University, Islington, Ky.. of fers the following courses, namely. Agricultural, Mechaulcul Kngliiecrlng.Clill Klcctrtcul Kiiglnevrlng, Mining Knglncerlng.Claaslcalniid a.eu Hclenlino courses, each of which estenda oer four earsnnd leads ton Ihtrhejor degree; nlso it IK'pnrtmenlof Ijiwnnda Ispartment of which last has been established Instead of the Normal Hcliool. I'ersnnawho enter tula department prepare foradancl work In iiedngogy nml are granted n llnch elor'adegreo ill tola subject when completGEO. COG A It & CO., Proprietor - , Dauvillo, Ky. ed. The Academy for prearatory lustrua-tlo- n la retained. County aiolnte. rucvlvo trt tuition, liege of residence In the dormitories, uelnnd light, trawling expenses. It they remain 10 cunsecuthe moutha.oroiiccollcg. late year. Thelntnratorlea anil museum are large, well equipped, coiiiprehensltoniid modern Military Science la fully pro liltxt for aa by Congress. The graduntei In the several courses of study readily Und employment with MUrnl remuneration. The total number of for last year wua l.nts. Ilach At Its head, with The Codec with the Strength, Flavor nnd Aroma. For tho next the necessAry numlerof iisslitauts. Young women llud nil tixcilliut home, we will give with iKjard and lodglng.ln rattersou Unit, which la well vo,uIijh1 with all thu modern ionenleiKMM, Imthroom, tin for phj steal culture, at U iwrweek. A tl courses of study Five Pounds Coll'ee at 35o to women on In the I'nlverslty are 1 CO 1 Nickel Dip ColfcoPotnt 81.R0 Identical condition, w Ith those appl) lug to males. completion of the Agricultural, MinThe ing Knglneertng. '.iihoratory and Kduca-tlo- n ?8 'Jf buildings alTord ample and commixl. lousquurtera for these depiirtinents, which 81 L5 For thirty days you wive are rapidly Increasing In the number o( Kor catalogues, methods of obtaining appointments, information regarding course, of study and terms of admission, apply to Jam. K. I'attrhhox, I'll. .. t.U. V., I'm.., or to 11. U, Kkazkk, Dullness Agent. KdtK-atlonaK-clnll1 The Boyle County ToDicco Wdreliouse, IN) days o'n GIVE IT A TRIAL. Fall Term Begins Sept. 9, '09. HENRY GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. industry. Marching 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 tho assassination of Prof. Ferrer. In- JOURNAL Office i WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- H. B. NORTHCOTT, : UndeitiKers and Embalir. Alw Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugr. They will exchange Furniture for all Kin Is of Stock. Give Them a Colli Prices Right. era. cendiary banners were carried and ' a Socialist member of Parliament declared if the head of every King of Europe was torn from his body it would not pay half tho prico of Ferrer's life. Gov. Blackburn, of the Panama Canal Zone, who arrived at New York Saturday, said he had not handed in his resignatian. and intimated that he would not do so. He said the canal is now one of the healthiest spots on the Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Iron and Rubber. UM J. C. McClary, V Best .AND. Try JL :T" J I earth. ' The Interior Journal H. B. Sho 'What course do you intend to pursue at college, Reggie7 Reggie Burlesque and vaudeville, principally. . Work Lowest Prices NORTHCOTT, Stanford. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR uy pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with l'alns or women, bead pains, or ONLY $1.50. Few people la the United Slate, bare not beard of the (Democratic la all thlna, fair Id all thlnga, cleao la all things, It 1. essentially a family paper. Uy a .p.cul arrangement we are enabled to of L one f.r the WKEKL V j.arand this paper for tbe price named abov. Bead yoar .uUcrlptlon (or tbe to us not tc the Oourl.r-Jouru- a Courier-Journal. OOUBIEK-OUBNA- RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FARMER: Mako your homo us modern for vottr fatuilv a it cilv residence, ami place yoursclj'iu u position to get tho Intcit market iiuolntiom at any timo. This can ho accomplishetl hy means of out tclcphono sorvlce, which you and your neiulilwrn can tret for a stun that is small cumnarcd with tho benefits received. Call or uddrew our nearest oflico or write direct to headipiartew, Nashville, Tenn., for itiformution rcgardiug our special "Fur-luerLino" rate. If you aro not ut present enjoying telephone servico, wo can immediately interest you. Our llmw cover tho State of Kentucky, Tcnucuocc, Mississippi, Louisiana und tho Southern iwrtion or Iuiliaua U'I IHiuois. EABT TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. e' Undertaker. Embalmer'and Dealer IniHarneee, Saddlery, STANFORD, KY. HomtJCbOLO I. Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. See full formula on 2Su box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store, Twenty-jevc- n bomlu thrown in Barcelona m have been in the last four killed and 12 OCM Vaon, 1ST, days, five persons being wounded. ! . ii