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L THE INTERIOR JOURNAL tt i t J f VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 22 1909 N0 88 MIDDLEBURG Mr and Mrs Henry Clay Eitei arc papa and mamma now It U a girl ond f the event occurred Monday Dr C U Creech attended and Clay Is as happy as the happiest under such clrcumstanc 01- V T Miller has returned from New 1 Cattle Ind U U Young and D G I Elliott were In Liberty Saturday Mis May Horten of Frankfort is with her I grandparents Mr and Mrs J W McWhorter Miss Willie Fogle was over from Ellbburg Sunday Q R Jones went to Louisville Monday to at t tend the Masonic Grand Lodge I A family by the name of Price that has been giving tho people on Tract considerable trouble for some 1months loaded their household effect Saturday and left for parts unknown y had become 10 offensive that the IITh applied for a warrant of arrest I I and getting wind of it they made for tall timber Uncle John Vest says ho hopes the further they go the butte they will like It The pupils of tho Graded School went on an excursion to Liberty Friday and it was about the Jolliest crowd It huI been our lot to meet for many a year They were chaperoned by their teach era and tho kid band went along to furnish music The professor was looking somewhat weary when ho returned It required four wagons with very largi hay frames to take them and over available space was covered The democratic convention drew a big I crowd to Yosemite Saturday The con ventlon was orderly and the best of t feeling prevailed throughout Tho WallI town section was well represented and for tho most part supported W 0 Wall for magistrate They were defeated but took it good humoredly and deported themselves as gentlemen and good democrats Mr Wan thanked those who supported him and declarer that he had no sores to heal Mr Thos J S Demon was nominated Resolutions of Respect tWhereas we in the providence tot I have been called upon to give up our beloved pastor Rev J I Murray Taylor who has been called to the Centennial Baptist Church Wash ington D C Do it resolved first That it Is with the sincerest regret that we do so and nothing short of tho fact that we feel that ho is entering upon a broader field of labor and ono which affords greater opportunities for the improving and doI veloping of his consecrated talents and our interest in the Masters work could reconcile us to the severance of tho strong tie that binds us together and be it resolved second r That wo most earnestly commend t him to tho love confidence and esteem of the church and people among whom ho is to labor as a most faithful and consecrated minister of the gospel at the same time praying Gods richest blessings upon him and his work Uo it resolved third That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our churchbook and that a copy be sent to our home paper the INTERIOR JOURNAL and the Baptist World of Louisville for publication Respectfully signed by the committee j R U MAHONEV chairman The BedRook of Success Lies in a keen clear brain backed by indomitable will and resistless energy Such Dower comes from tho splendid health that Dr Kings Now Lifo Villa J Impart They vitalize ovary organ and band up brain and body J A Harmon Llzemorc W Va writes They are the best pills I over used 2oo at Pennys Drug Store Mrs Basil W Duke daughter of an illustrious Southern family wife of i Gen Basil W Duke sister of Gen c John II Morgan founder and president r of tho Kentucky Chapter Daughters of the Confederacy and president of the national organization leader in the social lifo of Louisville l oJ and mother of a distinguished family of found dead atsons and daughters was 1 her home Death was duo to heart failure Health Cotleo is tho cleverest 4J imitation of real codec over yet made r Dr Shoop created It from pure parch- edj grains malt nuts etc Fins In f flavor Is made In just one minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting Samplo free Pennys Drug Store fhi Failing to secure convictions for vio 3 lation of the prohibition law under or Jdlnnry the Mobile authorities tt to Injunctions provided for i In the Fuller bill tAtickling ordry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harah Sold by Pennys Drug Store I The DoctorYour husband looks as he were overworked IraMrsWlaeImpoeeible He hoWa a political office d HUSTONVILLE Will Carson has about finished his as icssing labors in this section James Yowell sold to J C Johnson two ears of 1300pound cattlo for Nov lit delivery at EJc Since the death ofJohn Baughs child at Jumbo recently there are no new cases of diphtheria and school reopened MondayMiss Jessie Powell lost a handsome gold bracelet at tho Baptist church last Sunday morning The finder will be re warded for its return Carlisle Aleorn loft Sunday for Hen derson where ho has beets given a lu cratlvo position in tho construction do partment of the L N Tho sudden death of J W Llnthecur last week removes from our midst 11 man of the strictest integrity and a gallant veteran of the 10th Ky Infar try during the Civil War D L Shores Sons sold their 30 000 farm back to J S Murphy for 26 600 after building a 2100 tobacc barn on it Thiy will return to Nort Carolina in the near future Miss Addle Lee handsome daughre Mr and Mrs II T Davidson was married at tho homo of her parents on tho 14th to George Bastln Rev K G Martin performing tho ceremony Rev Mills and wife Mr and Mrs Rufus Llpps and Mrs Minnie Robmsoi were among the delegates from her to the Centennial Convention of tho Christian church at Pittsburg last week The music and elocution classes a- Miss Angie Carpenter at tho Grade School are progressing rapidly whirl fact is due to tho untiring energy of their teacher who will give a recital In tho near future- J F offers eoninlaw of Dr J T Bohon is seriously ill with lung trouble In a hospital in Louisville Will Roth orford and wife of Texas are visiting relatives in this vicinity Ills wife was alas Bcttie CarpenterIEvidently a grave mistake was made by tho managers of tho Horse Show at Louisville and the Lexington trots by laving their dates conflict We heard navy at both places regretting the col lilon of dates which prevented many from attending both meetings Sam Rutherford bought ofJoe Shear en one eix year old I100 pound muleI for 185 Shcarcn bought of JohnI itapp a pair of good work mules for 1200 Alf Carpenter bought the house lot and 1000 stock of goods of Joe Snow near Kidds Store and has opened up for business Rev G W Painter formerly a miss ilonary to China will speak at the Sunday morning and evening services at the Presbyterian church Dr Painter is one of the veterans of tho mission field having gone to China in 1873 The opportunity of hearing a man of hi- stoility and long experience is not otter afforded smaller churches and should not be missed by any ono who can at tendThe Teachers Association met hero Saturday last The program arranged tothrow light on some of the dark places of school work was carried out by tho five teachers of the Graded School who composed tho entire professions attendance Mr Wheelers address was helpful ahd hopeful showing his untiring interest in the work and the workers Miss Mary Stagg entertain ed the audience with a well rendered recitation There are some 17 teacher belonging to this association and it is to be regretted that only five of them were able tobo present The Hustonvlllo auxiliary of the C W B M met at tho Christian church AlIII1Jennieout as near as possible tho program rendered at Pittsburg Tho attendance was good each member present participating Opening prayer was ren dered by Mrs Jennie Carpenter after which a letter from our State president Iiwas read congratulating tho auxiliary on centennial gift Next on pro gram was the value of centennial celebration which was ably handled by Mrs Smith Powell after which an address was delivered by Miss Angie Carpenter in her usual impressive style and which compensated fully the mom bers present for their absence from the Pittsburg Convention Tho call to young women was read by Mrs Cath erine Hocker After tho scripture reading and circle of prayer in which many of the young members took part Mrs Jennie Carpenter closed the meet- Ing with a fow words of exhortation of the necessity for prayerful persistent pressing on missionary It Is the weak nerves that are cry- Ing out for help Then help them ont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heartor Kidneys That is wrong itallzo these weak inside nerves with 3r Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you gain Test it and sea Sold Bennys Drug StoreISE onr line of Sweater Coats they are beauties Cummins at Wearen NEWS NOTES At Cleveland Tenn slxyearold Kinney Green shot and killed his three yearold brother The boy was fooling with his fathers gun The supreme court of Pennsylvania allowed an appeal in the cases growing out of alleged grafting in connection with the building of the State Capitol Two women were killed outright and another seriously injured when a Gen tral of Georgia switch engine ran tnto and demolished a street car at Columbus Ga- Seven employes were killed and lhre other persons severely injured when8 boiler at the plant of the Griffin Sow mill Company near El Dorado Ark explodedlion C Bascom Sr a retired business man and farmer who represented Bath and Rowan counties in the Legislature for many years died at Piedmont The Bank of MIncoqua at Mincoqi Wis was robbed by four masked men- The robbers blew all the vaults and escaped with several thousand dollars A posse is said to have robbers surrounded A balcony on a Rochester N Y home on which stood a party of women viewing the Rochester Day Industr and Civic parade gave way and Mrs Henry G Meyers was killed and her daughter hurt The City Savings Bank of Nashville Tenn which went into voluntary IIqul datinn last week is insolvent and Its affairs will be administered and wound up under the direction of the Davidson Chancery court Tho skeleton of a young woman which was found in the woods near Bren wood L I may be that of Miss May Smith a nurse In the Manhattan State Hospital at Islip Miss Smith has been missing since last spring One of the most gigantic undertaker i 8 hat the L N has ever undertaken m the Henderson division of its sy tem and which will mean an outlay of C000000 is assured as contracts havo been awarded for the improvement With delegates in attendance from Virginia North Carolina Kentuck and Tennessee an interstate meetin of the Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union of America known as the Farmers Union convened at Dar villa Va Tuesday- A postmortem examination of the body of Charles Swinboutn the Nov port Ky man who was supposed to lave committed suicide in Chicago last Sunday indicated that he had not core nittcd suicide as was believed but had been murdered- F E Hanscome cashier of tbe wrecked First National Bank of Mir eral Point Wis was found lying oer the grave of his mother A bullet wound in his head told the manner of his death Mrs John Gray mother b law of tho dead banker and to whose homo Hanacomes body was remove dropped dead when her dead son in law was brought in J IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Mrs Catherine T Robinson is deae in Danville Frank C Jones a Lanrel county con operator has taken the bankrupt law Mrs J F Stapleton of Clay count fainted and fell in the fire burning oft ono ear and one arm W T Bodcn the wellknown plan tuner who has been making Stanfo for years dropped dead at Lewisbui IndDavid McQueen one of tho Negro who killed Leon Yandell in a railro camp near Nichotasville is under arrc at East St Louis A supper will bo given at the Mac caboa Hall in Junction City Frida night Oct 29 Tho proceeds will gc to the Baptist church of that city Fred Drakes store and the postornc- cat Williamsburg were broken into am robbed Tho safe in the postoflice at Rockhold not far distant was also broken into and robbed At tho second trial of his suit tOI damages against the Foster Milbur Co for using his name endorsin Joans Pills without his consent Co lack P Chinn was given 2000 The annual meeting of tho Notion Fox Hunters Association will begin at jawrcnccburg November 8 and cot Inuo through the week Several bun red members will be present Exten slve reparations are being and s oyal time given the hunters Its A Top Notch Doer Great deeds compel regard The world crowns its doers Thats why tbe American people have crowned Dr Sings New Discovery tho king 01 Throat and lung remedies Ever torn is a healthjforco It kills germs md colds and logrlppe vanishes It teals coughrackel membranes and coughing stops Sore inflamed bron hll tubes and lungs are cured and lomorrhages cease Dr Goo Moore lack Jack N C writes hIt cured m of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 60a tl Trial hot tie free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storage I Copyright 1909 by Hirt SchatTner te AruJCIr Every man in this town ought to have for business wear at least two good suits of Clothes one a fancy weave of some sort the other a blue serge or a dark blue pattern weave of some kind or a black suit They should both ofHart Schaffner Marx make allwool finely tailored perfect fitting The result would be that by having a chance to change pften say once a week or 10 days both suits would wear much longer keep in better order and youd look better dressed all the time I Well help you take care ofjyour clothes keep them pressed for I you at a very small expense provide at very trifling cost hangers for them and generally save you money on them Come in and see r about i- tSuits 20 to 3500 Overcoats 1650 to 3500 Other Well= Known Brands t From 750 to 2000 This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothese Cummins WearenSTANFORD KENTUCKY 1 NOTICE I insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies writtena right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Hustonville Ky i FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICER I S Hocker President- S T Harris VJcePresideat John J McRoberts Cashier =HC Baughman Asst Cashr WV Saunders Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baujhman M D Elmore J M Fettiis H C Baoghman J F Cummins S T Harris no 0 Roblasba W B OBannon J S Hoctor C E Tate J r 1C Journalrj fj Democratic TicKet It t For Circuit Judge i5 M C 8AUFLEY jofLincoln 1ForCommonwealtb Attorney I t MerctrctororI HUBBLErf countyqFor Representative Ii W H SHANKS t rForCounty Judge tJAMESP BAILEY k l For County Attorney W S BURGH For Circuit Clerk SWOPE I AForSheriff r t w 1 MCCARTY For County Court Clerk l GEORGE B COOPER JailerIFor AssessorI JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON v d For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Btanford Dlltrlct- JAMESMcKECHNmI For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE I For Magistrate Crab Orchard District RilL BRONAUGH For Magistrate Huitonrllle District IKHELMSR For Magistrate Wnynesburg District JOHNIM CAMDEM For Constable Waynesbnrg District JOHN G BAUGH AIMED at election bribers and intend I ed to prevent the use of money at elec 1tions a bill changing the present law concerning bribery bas been prepared by Judge T L Blakey assistant attar ney general The bill will be introduc 1 ed in the Senate by Senator A R Bur nam of Richmond The most impor tant provision of the new bill makes the man who receives the bribe a com petent witness against the man who offers the bribe Under the present lathe bribe taker is equally guilty wfth- the bribe giver and being particepa criminis is not a competent witness against the man who gave the bribe DEATHS invasion of the fastthin ning ranks of war veterans caused 48 312 names to be dropped from the pension rolls of the United States lastyear Of this number 32831 were survivors of the Civil War The total loss to the pension roll from all causes was 51681 In striking contrast to these figures comprised in the annual report of Ves pasian Warner Commissioner of Pen sions is the statement that the Gov ernment paid out in pensions in the fis cal year ending June 30 1909 161 973703 which the commissioner de daTe is the largest amount ever disbursed for pensions in one year Time prospects for the Democrats con trolling the next State Senate are ex ceedingly good With seven Democratic Senators as holdovers and eight Democratic nominees who have no opposition t the Democrats will only haveI to elect five members to control the r next Senate The Democratic campaign committee claims there are at least 10 districts in which elections are to be held that the Democrats have a good chance In several of these districts the chances are more than good LADY FRANCIS COOK who represents the Womens Freedom League the English organization that is seeking woman suffrage by peaceful methods has arrived in New York from England She says she is willing to spend herfor tune of 1000000 to further the cause JTHE Danville Advocate after having carefully sized up the situation says that Jason Wesley will be the worst beaten candidate that has ever offered against a Democratic nominee in thisf senatorial district Bad news for son but the truth all the same MR GEORGE C KELLER formerly of this office has assumed the editorial and business management of the Orlando Fla UeporterStar a prosperous daily paper Mr Keller is a very capable newspaper man and we predict he will make the ReporterStar brighter and better than ever ON the historic ground where Lord Cornwallis 128 years ago sealed the doom of Britains rule over what is now a part of the United States pa I triotic Americans gathered Tuesday to celebrate the anniveersary of the fa mous surrender So has been the demand for the new Lincoln pennies that has been the Philadelphia mint since the end of June The coin age of the copper coins inthe three and a half reached the total of 70000000 pennies which is equivalent to the average annual output of the last decade PREACHERSVILtE We have just learned that Preachers vllle is a money order office and has been such since May Sorghum making is about over the crop being very short The finished product latin good demand Tho Baptist Sunday school at this place is doing Very nicely under the capable management of Supt Frank RigsbyT Payno is sick Miss Dora Blankenship has been on the sick list for the last few days Rev R F Jordan and wife of Corbin are guests of their son Walter Jordan and wife Rev W H Stearns of McKinney preached at the M E church Saturday night and Sunday We hope to soon have the privilege of hearing his ser mons again which are so easily under stoodRev F D Palmeter was returned to this charge by the Methodist confer ence and every one is pleased as this family is one of our best Rev Pal meter will preach the fifth Sunday at the M E church Some of our wiseacres predicted that no corn would be cut this year aa the price was too highlOco Nevertheless If all reports be true fully seveneights of this king of cereals has been put in the shock at 10 to 12Jc We wish to roast any or all of our trustees who fail to see that the school house windows are repaired stoves in proper shape and coal handy Neglect can not now be so easily the fault of the other fellow Get busy Mister TrusteeRev Bryant will fill his appointment at the Baptist church the second Saturday and Sunday in November His sermon the second Sunday will be from the subject The Nat ural Life and The Spiritual Life Hear him The following people have raised the nicest crops in this vicinity this year Mrs Mary Warren apples J M Lung ford tobacco John Bell hemp John Williams Irish potatoes W P White corn S D Carpenter pumpkins F F Cummins cushaws Mrs Ona Naylor and daughter Miss Carrie are visiting Mack Adams at Hickman This is the first time in 36 years that Mrs Naylor has seen her brother Miss Hallie Brown and Pruitt Thompson were guests of the family of A J Thompson in Boyle Master AI hart Wilmot and sisters of Rockcastle visited their grandmother Mrs Wm Duval Miss Nora Smith visited Miss Lena Herndon near Stanford Miss Katie Payne is visiting Miss Zula Nay or Mrs Herndon and daughter of Stanford visited friends here J M Cress and wife are in Louisville this week CHURCH MATTERS Rev FW Allen will preach at Stanford Christian church Sunday morning delivering his Pittsburg convention ser mono The public is cordially invited Pastor The congregation of the Methodist church will worship with the Baptist church next Sunday night in considers tion of the departure of the pastor Rev J Murray Taylor J J Dickey pastor Methodist church The new Baptist church building at Pulaski Station Pulaski county will be dedicated on the first Sunday in No vember Dr W D Powell of Louis ville will preach the dedicatory ser mon Rev R R R Noel of this place was instrumental in building this house worshipAt of the pastors of Danville Monday it was decided to undertake a series of protracted meetings at several of the country schoolhouses where Sunday Schools are held beginning Monday night at 730 These ser vices will be of an evangelistic nature and will be conducted under the auspices of the Boyle County Sunday School Association The following is the assignment of the different pastors- to the various schoolhouses Rev H C Garrison to Walnut Hill on the Lexington road Rev E M Green to Willow Grove on the Stanford road Rev Q A McDowell to Scudder on the Perryville road Rev J+ P Strother to Franklin on the Shakertown roadAd vocateOn Oct 20 daily Gospel will be held at McKendree church Bubble commencing at 1030 A M Motto of services Honor the Word Honor the Spirit Outlook en courages for gracious interest All people fraternally welcome Opening days of services will be Bible readings on the following subjects Tuesday at 1030 A Dt The Savior of Now Wednesday Repentance Unto Life Thursday The Faith of Power Friday Regeneration as Fact Sunday Conversion as Experience Earnest request to remember services devotionally in homes Other notice later 1909 a great crop harvest gathered daybegrudged MidshipmanEarlback of the navy football team who SaturdayhasThe little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventlcs will in a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store L SlMei Resolutions of Respect by Lincoln County Medical Society At the lonely hour of midnight on Aug 2 1909 the spirit of Dr L B Cook took it flight to Him Who gave it and left the painracked body to be I viewed upon earth for the last time by a brokenhearted companion grief stricken children brothers and sisters and a multitude of sorrowing Therefore be it resolved friendsI 1st In the death of Dr medical profession has lost one ablest and truest members the home kind loving husband and indulgent father the community a most faithful efficient servant society its best example and the church a true Christian 2nd That these resolutlods be spread upon the minute honk of this meeting sent to the State Medical Journal and INTERIOR JOURNAL for publication an the family be furnished with a copy of sameE J Brown J F Peyton II Reid committee GL Penny has a famous prescrip ties called MIona which he will guarantee to cure any case of indiges tlon or money back Relieves stom ach distress in five minutes tOe a large box B F Barnes postmaster at Wash ington City dropped dead while playing a social game of cards FOR SALE1 Stock Dry Good Notion Groceries Hardware Tinware Ac about 12100 Do lag fair business Liberal terms O B HATUUB Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere I will tell privately DI at Highland of 40 acres more or loss Improvements good storehouse on place good barn ard well watered J II fialatIT- Waynesburg Ky J J BELDEN For Home and Carriage Pnlnttngand Trim lmanglugGunandLocksmithlug J J BCLDEX Htnnford Ky NOTICEI We have moved our produce hide and poultry business from Myers stable to our store recently purchased of Garland Sin cashfornilrkinds postofllce producepay of country LAND A BrcitANAX Stanford y FOR RENTI For rent for 1910 with privilege of sewing I SO acres In wheat this planting corn and tobacco next rent for port of crop W rtrtcarST Wnynesburg K y HOME FOR SALE One story cottage of eight rooms and all necessary outbuildings contains one acre Into cow lot on which Is roomy barn buggy house corn crib etc iood garden spot This Is a desirable place local edon corner of Whitley and Miller streets A II HOLTZOLAW Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared todo all kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly My work will be guaranteed end my prices are rea sonable Write me at Mcinner or call nu over the telephone through the IUlton1I1 Exchange WALFEIl McKINNEY Creditors Notice I All creditors of the Hnntlngtoa Produce A Feed Huutlngton W Va tire hereby notifed to present their claims ngalnst said concern prOll8rl proven as provided by law to the undersigned assign eel at their olllce In liurnslde Ky within W days from the date hereof LOVETT4 KVANH Asslgneees Dated at liurnslde Ky Sept no IMKI Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zcmo A liquid lor external use Zemo gives instant relief and permanently cures any form jf Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for sample E W s Med Co St Louis Mo G L PENNYS DRUG STORE I 150 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA SU1NDA3 Oct 24th SPECIAL TRAIN Leaving Juntfou City 600 AM ASK TICKET AGENT FOR rARTICULAXS Jr NOTICEI 1 IAll kind of poplar and pine ceiling drowned tongue and Jlroved lloorlnr Bla lo and oak Jesse Ularkion McKInnoy Ky alII Lewis Lynn who ted of mur der In the Lincoln circuit In lvn will ask obI writing nny objection Lxwis LTXM FOR SALE I Will sell a Clothing and Gents Fur 1naright mnn ritock will Invoice about 3bO- I Address 1Jc8re Interior Journal man ford MASONS MEET meetI13dford Ky Member of sister lodges are fin ternally Invited to bo present T W Pen nlngton Sec B DCARTERjI Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE Lawrenceburghasden Crab Orchard and J I Horton Stan ford This tonlo It to be token In a half dayItthe State Uuarnnteed to cure Komach liver and kidney troubles Will be told on the streets here next county court day Oct II by their talesman Dr 11 J Cassidy Fruit And Ornamental Trill I Everything for Orchard Lawn an Oar den Catalogue on Application No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky PUBLIC SALE I At ndinlnlitratrlx of John P Hubble I TurnersvllleKyIS noo- nt ISO P x sell at public auction to the highest nnd best bidder some nice broodmares two nile colts by Hcudder s Ieavlne n good milk row 6 stacks of good hay s farmingtmplementsthings too numerous to mention Terms inhde known ondayof sale MIUS FANNIE HUUIILK Admx Heart Strength niNerFtrrnlthorheysWesknessfroth1ar level not one weak heart In a hundred t1n IS ahiddenThis obscure ntrvethaCmrdUc or liars Vttnlniplr need and must have more power more governingstren JlanthHemedidneDvBlimps IIItIIhtthlnt haft drovers Dr Sloops RNtoratlTwthl1 popular prescription U alone directed to these bullditItstrenrtbmsiitoaersreal trmdlftitlootbes as needed with Dr Shoops RestorativePENNYS PUBLIC SALE alettheI will sell at public highest bId- der on HvrruDAY OCT 11101 about HOncres of land lying In Jtockciutle county Ky adjoining the Madison county line ou the North nod bordering on the L A N railroad mile from hone station and ofItereaCollegeThis close to public school and chureb It cnn 00 dt vided into three parcels aboutboacree lying on the Ellt side or the L k N rlllroad about aW crel11lnlfon the Southwest side I of the KoundHtonecounl road and about 110 acres lying on the Northeast side of said road The three par I eels of land will hue offered separately and I thenasawbole This land M unimproved except asmall fox house Has n fine young growth of white oak sonic hickory poplar stud pine There Is about IU to MJ acres level land with everlasting water and can sbeepnndcnttleThethe lax houseone mile from Hoone Station TKUMHOno half cash when deed Is made the remainder In two equal payments with 0 per cent Interest till paid notes with good surety nnd loin retained on tile land goodFor Information call on or write w1 Irewltt llerea Ky Garrison Duger who lives near the form will show anyone over It who wishes to look at same before the day of sale Hale to begin at U A x KyWPOSTED We whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting fishing or any kind of tress passing on our places nnd will prosecute violators to tbe full extent of the law Miss Slnttle Hewes Ilelchenbach Bros Fred liaumann ATTraylor- Lllbura Qooch N H Ilummer Will Hotter ILONunnelley J W Uaughmnn J W Peck J K Bruce David Stevens John Camenlsch WmCordler Dan Trnylor M U Klniore OotllbOllck Fred Hnndorf JJThompson D M Anderson J F Moser Mr and Mrs Jns 1L Ends A Klbnsa Mrs XJ Horton J rElliott Mrs Geo Logon W It Dnughorty Frank Conller Ilev Fat her Leo Dr O O Perry H W OalnelhS II Iiaiigbmua Uriah D Hoot Mn Margaret dooch Jacob Gander Oeo O Olen AV HTrnylor Ham Roberts John Jufer Amend Schaefer M J Hofmnnn ETIlensley AU Matheny L H Garner Mrs J B Owsloy- M J Morgan B L H T 1I0rrll IIO Wntklni- J U Hundley U If Grow Mrs Nannle II Good O K McClure Anderson Carr Anton lloneckcr W M llshon Fred VonQraunlgan T L Mrs Kate Ador NIl OlutaDirs Rebecca 11 Carpenter W KopaU JF Moser John H Lee P Homier Christian Jacob Tom Ferrlll W W Pitman Fred Payk Alex Cooper J NevIn Carter E B Uenbnm i th XD- t V I PleasetheBoys 1j I 4 + +++ f hisiniury t I Manish Styles 1 suit them Knickerbocker trousers withIevery suit at 350 51 750 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 them suitsAnyway I I I H J McROBBRTS t STANFORD KENTUCKY t a a fI IRtIVt OIF I g b faThe r Cod Liver Preparation WithootlOil Is a most t Valuable Tonic and Builder of SHealthand m mm J m a JtiItee atW t I PENNYS DRUG STOREb llv Stanford Kentucky msf Frs tWfnst7fJrltfiereliVieQnlidiei E t t an PtNYQNEv + 81 It Can mix Coffee hilt proper blending and roast l hilngthought and study have made CHASE it SAN HORNS ueeal Brand Coffee what it is todayhial hibiV 1IHiggi sIs the only place in townWII vhere you cangetfit A i da I 1 I I th- x i TSrwi W HoHIGGiNS el thi Stanford Kentuckythttht Ky 7 r 11 j tr A New Top C oai1 F j i I 1t4 4 As n finishing touch to your Fall togs add one of our new Fall Coats in Plain and Novelty effects Only one of each y i stylo in these swell coats so no one will have one just like yours Come in and tryone on you will want one F Fig I Our line of Coats embraces all styles and prices from 8360 to 82500 ir X i i Yy L SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY the Intcripr Journal I STANFORD KY OCT 22 1009 I i SOME great bargains in box paper are being closed out to make room for new stock at Pennys Drug Store I PERSONALS MRS GEO P BRIGHT is quite sick MR H J McUOBERTS is quite sick LEE RUPLEY is clerking for Sam Rob inson MRS D J WILLIAMS of Ford is the guest of Mrs Robert Scudder MIDSHIPMAN R C SAUFLEY of the Navy is with his parents here MRS W S DENHAM has returned from a visit to relatives in Boyle MRS A G EASTLAND of Louisville is visiting her many friends here MRS BESSIE IIARDIN is Buffering from a rising on one of her thumbs MRS W H BROWN of Liberty I the guest of Mrs Levi Myers and fam ily MRS JACK COVER is visiting her daughter Mrs W NVonham at Cor bin DR J F PEYTON is attending the State Medical Society meeting in Louis ville MRS ROBERT C SAUFLEY of liar rodiburg spent yesterday with Mrs J C McClary Miss FANNIE GUMM of Richmond was the of the Misses Lutes at HustonvilleJOHN JONES is hero from Stonega Va to see his mother Mrs It G Jones who continues III Miss MARY PORTMAN who has been the guest of Miss Pearl Gentry returned to her homo In Louisville MESSRS T A RICE and J H Shanks spent several days with Icon and Mrs II K Bourne at New Castle MR HOWARD EARLY and bride who was Miss Mabel Williams took tho train hero for Corbin Wednesday MR ALEXANDER TRIDBLE of Junc tlon City spent a few hours Tuesday with his relative Judge W A Tribble Miss DOLLIB GOOD who has been with her sister Mrs B D Carter returned to her home in Boyle Wcdncs I 4 v day MRS NANCY HERRINO and Mill Jes lie Perrin of Camden Point Mo and Mrs C Woodson of Kansas City lire guests of Mrs 8 J Embry fill W M DOORES has returned from a protracted visit to his daughter Mrs M Livingston In Chicago and it at the St Asaph for the Winter MRS CURTIS COYER of Crab Orchard was the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Grow and other relatives here Saturday and Sunday Wilmore Cor Jessamine Journal DR J H DURHAM of Bryantsville is tho Masonic Grand Lodge in Louisville this week Ho is accompanied by wife and Miss Pearl Al dridgo of this place JUDGE F R FELAND of Lawrence burg visited his uncle Mr J T Hack ley at the old home place He- was en route to Pineville where he is holding court as special judge LOCALS TilE beet chewing tobacco at Whites store 1 FRESH evaporated fruit at George D Hoppers 11WANTED to borrow 400 for six months This office ANTONIO LONGO fined 30 for selling Cream of Hops and Malt Mead in Danville IT will pay you to take a look at our heavy footwear before buying your winter shoes Cummins Wearent tTIIE I hopes to meet many of his patrons at Lancaster court If you are behind with your paper please see him THE Coin I air I will sell to the highest bidder on Satur i day Oct 30 at 3 r M their amphi j theatre and all buildings fence etc Same will be sold separately and as a whole WE are holding a rodsteer which weighs about 850 pounds and a spotted one weighing aboyt 000 which the own er can get by describing paying for this notice and their keep We got them from a Negro giving his name as John Fisher and we believe he stole them Land Buchanan Stanford Ky to i HA a THE very shoe you want can be found at Whites store want that Davenport Cummins Wearen WANTED some clean country butter ar Whites store TUB best suit of underwear you ever saw for 1 at Whites store DONT forget the Sabin loaoJ nle Hubble Admx near Turnersvlllo today I WE are prepared to make beautiful jardiniers out of old brass kettles W K Warner I LESLIE ANDERSON of tho East End contributed an Interesting article to theI Somerset Journal on the old Whitley house near Crab OrchardITUB Ladles AidSociety I of the Christian church will meet with Miss AliceI Beaxley at 2 P M Saturday afternoon IA full attendance is desired MR GALE BROWN of HustonvllI bought the T J Robinson farm of 162 acres two miles from Hustonville near the Danville pike at yG6 65 FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds I + FARM FOR SALE 13acres The best tobacco corn and hog farm In Madison country Seven miles from Richmond Public sale Tuesday Nov 23rd at 2 r M B W Sturdevsnt Cottonburg Ky YOU will please discontinue my ad vertisement It secured for me visitors and correspondents from a good many States I have sold my farm Send me your charges by mall and here Is hop ing for you and your much appreciated paper the best that is coming writes Mr J S Carpenter of the West EndI THE manager of the opera house hasI been compelled to concel twoshows and turn down three others on account of the electric light plant being shutdown The opera house Is not a pay- Ing Investment at best and it is pretty tough on the management to bo com pelled to deny good attractions the use of the house 1VAt KEnMrs Dorcas Walker of Lancaster relict of Judge William EI Walker died at the homo of her daugh ter Mrs George D Robinson near Gilberts Creek of pneumonia aged 65 She is survived by six children Attorney Lewis L Walker Mrs George D Robinson William 0 Walker Green Clay Walker Horace Walker and Miss Nancy Walker MR Jos GHACKLEEYYwho recently returned from Europe was fortunate to have sailed on the Mauretnnla which made a record crossing notwithstand ing a gale encumbered the progress in mid ocean The time of four days 10 hours and 65 minutes was the quickest ever made by any ship across the At lantic The Mauretania will not try again this winter to beat her record GEORQB W LOGAN has bought of Henry D and J M Phillips a half Interest in their store on East Main street and invoicing has already begun The firm name is Phillips Logan and wo bespeak for the gentlemen composing it a continuance of the liberal patronage which Phillips Bros have enjoyed The Messrs Phillips would greatly ap preciate it if all those who owe them would call and settle Tile Citizens Reform Ticket headed by that splendid gentleman and business man Mr H J McRoberts for mayor was not gotten up in the inter est of any candidate for marshal city attorney clerk or other office In fact Mr McRoberts told us that should he find out even on the morning of the election that pledges had been made by any of the candidates on his ticket for councilmen to anybody for any office he would withdraw from the race The gentlemen on the Citizens Reform Tick et have no desire save to serve the pea pie of Stanford and make the town big ger and butter They will vote for the best men for the various offices of the town after their election should they be so fortunate as to win Then and not until thenJneed any candidate apply The gentlemen on this ticket are not running because they want office but because they havo been earnestly solicited by a great many of our best people to do BO I WANTED some country bacon at Whites store NEW colors In mens and boys hats Cummins Wearen LOOK ut the 1 A theshoe that dont pinch At Whites store ATTEND Eads Sons sale today See elsewhere what is to be disposed of- ALL desiringtotake china painting will please call on me at my home at once Mrs Catherine McClary To PRINTERS This office has for sal a lot of display and body typo which has been used very little a medium sized Imposing stone a lot of cases and sevl eral conepulleys Will go cheap if jut once INTERIOR JOURNAL office Stanford Ky OUR friend correspondent Squire Thomas S Benson was nomi nated for magistrate by the democrat of the Mlddleburg district of Casey sane heres hoping he will win by a large majority Ho has held the office before and filled it with credit alike to himself and the county I I W P KINCAID the tobacco buyer tells us that ho has bought Robert Scud ders crop of tobacco about 15000 pounds at 13c By the way Mr Kin caid asks us to say that he will bo at Stanford on Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week and should he be wanted the first part of any week he can be reached through James C Reid at the St Asaph Hotel or Chief of Police B D Carter TilE PRESBYTERIAN UNIONThe un- Ion of the Societies of Transylvania Presbytery are holding their annual ses sion in the Presbyterian church Services at 10 A M 130 r M and 730 p M Tho exercises are interesting and instructive Thq women are in session during tho day Last night Drs Boggs and Kinnaird told of the mountain work It is a subject which should appeal to every Kentuckian Tonight Friday Dr G W Painter will lecture on Foreign missions Ho has been in China many years and wo bespeak for all who hear him an interesting evening Thq public is cordially invited Too CHEAP Tuesday afternoon a Negro giving his name as John Fisher drove two good steers to town and offer ed to sell them to Land Buchanan for 3750 As they are worth nearly double that Mr Land suspected that there was something wrong and sent for Sheriff T J 11111 The officer questioned the Negro closely and sat- Isfied that he was prevaricating turn ed him over to Jailer Coffey Fisher claimed to live in Danville but he was not able to give the name of a sou there Land Buchanan are caring for the cattle and will turn them over to the owner on the receipt of their feed bill and other expenses incurred I TilE Lincoln County Medical Society met in Dr J P Peytons office with the following members present Drs M M Phillips E J Brown T S Ken nedy J G Carpenter J F Peyton Stanford Edward Alcorn Bertie Car penter J C Barker Hustonville M Leo Pipes Moreland J W Acton Kings Mountain T II Singleton McKinney Dr Pennington Barbonrvillo and W F Hickle Hubble Dr J G Carpenter gave a highly entertaining lecture subject General Surgery This lecture was enjoyed and discussed by all present Tho society voted to meet in Stanford on the second Tues day in December at which time the following program will be rendered Dr E J Brown Pernicous Vomit- Ing Dr Alberta Carpenter Cause of Cancer Dr J F Peyton Treatment of Cancer Dr T S Kennedy The Use of the X Ray In Surgery The society then adjourned to meet around the festal board at The Seel bach during the State Medical Association W F Hickle Secy The 1009 pool of the Burley Tobacco Society closed Wednesday While no figures have been given out by tho officials of tho Burley Tobacco Society It was stated that enormons gains had been mado since October 1 At that time 101230 acres had been pledged Charles Williams foreman of construction for tho L N railroads new line being built into tho mountains of Eastern Kentucky was shot by un known men and left for dead on the ground near Heidelberg Leo county will probably die from his wounds I n u 200 REWARD I Oov Willson will pay fJOO for the acre and conviction of the murderer JOllies A Kngleman atSfags Jlountnl thus pan Hummer It more one fJi each NOTICE I We ask the patronage of our friends and nursoryItockand well grown Jrlces are reasonable Ad dress McKEEKings FOR RENT I For IBIO my farm of K acres at Crab Orch Rrd Ii toO acres of One tobacco land bat nnco for corn meadow and pasture Yor further Information call on J ward Moor- eOrabOrehnnllyor address me nt lien CHAHII SINGLETON Eczema is Curable ZBMO a scientl preparation COI external use Stops itching Instantly and destroys the germs that cause skit diseases Eczema quickly yields and It permanently cured by this remarkable medicine All Druggists Write for urn pie E W Ruse Med Co St Louis Mt Pennys Drug Store a For Sale Privately I Having decided to more to Htnnford I will tell privately lio acres orinnd on the Homerset pike four tulles from Ktonlord with new house of four rooms and outliulldtngi Abundant water and of the land U In gran except lioacres which U In wheat For further particular call on or write to J L Jnrvli Htanford Ky IU K U No I SHERIFFS SALE Dy virtue of n judgment of the Lincoln 1agnlnst J11limits1ooneofm dep utlrs will on Monday the Oth day of No vember now between the hours of I oclock P H and 2 oclock p M at tho courthouse door In Htanford county of to highest bIdder the following property tor to much thereof BI may be necessary to satisfy the amount coltlltowItHilly HPttd I e year old sorrel colt named John Ilohuesle8yearold bay colt nam edUvttonl bay ally S years old and IS hands weanling coltt This property will be sold mbject to a mortgage now ox tiling on same In tarot of A T Nunnclley and of record In clerks office of Lincoln county court In mortgage book M page dl4 TEHMS Wale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing Inte st at the rate of C percent pernnnum froth day having the force and effect of a salefood this 1M h day of October TJH1LL8LO Horse and Mule Sale 1 We will otter for tale to the highest and best bidder tome valuable horcvs and mules on- FIUDAYOOTalWH consisting of the following stock One sot rel mute 10 years old good driver and safe In foal by I bay mare In foal by black Joe extra good brood mare her colts always being blue tie winners and perfectly taro for women to drive 1 brood mare In foal to Jack 1 twoyearold filly Anna lure she has taken blue ties from a suckling taking second money In the model byBlackold ally by Terry Dare In foal by IJlack Joe Hhe Is a good one Twoyearllng niliesgood suckling mule a good one 1- lucklln horse colt by beau NRbolh and II nice one l pair good yearling mules 1 two old sorrel hone All the old broke to drive well One beautiful black stallion flack Joe 8 years oldby the noted Preston a and n half brother to Onrroll Preston his owner refuting Wjm for him will be at the sale and bo sure to see him One extra good brood mare 11 years old In font by lllnck Joe I filly colt by said mare yeorllnghorloof HubberSilO Hilly 1111ton Jft Winches mare by Wilkes Hoy bred toMTilarris Jack 1 rown mare years Wilton dam Wilkes Boy farmed to- G eecll for Itti Hale to begin at 1 oclock Terms made known on day of sale and very liberal KyJSplendidFarmAt Auction 1 240 acres land well located fairly well Im rovedinhlghstateofcultlvationmortallPu urnlshed from never railing springs about 00 barrels corn 20odd stacks of hay tarn Ing implements etc If farm Is not sold will bo oBered publicly at my sale Wednesday Oct 27 J909- To those at a distance will say that this arm U located at More land station Lincoln aunty Kyon the Q good hotel iccommoontlona at Moreland This Is a losing out sale of farm stock and crop Your rennet suckling colts 22 year old loll lets a l yenr old lenneU 2 aged Jennets 13 ennett from 1 too year old 4 two yenroid nckil Jackal suckling Jackcolts brood lIIarOILLmulu mares registered mare 1 registered tandard bred trotting Intro I two yenr old illy 1 1yenrold registered standard bred rotting filly 1 8 yenr old standard bred eglntered trotting horse olrlwork year old work mules 2 pairs year mules 1 lalrlyear horse mules 1 extra good wRitIng horse This small herd of jacks and ennots lire of the very best stock in Ken ucky nnd this Is an opportunity for a man to get tome foundation stock to start on All thole Jennets that have been tried are egulnr breeders nnd thorn are two extra good Jennet In lot offered sale will commence promptly at V oclock A x- on Oct 17 1W- B B KINO Moreland Ky l L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 l- latiSFTtOSI j I a I You cant beat our line of Shoes for Comfort Quality Style and Low Prices We have the strongest line of Ladies and Childrens Shoes in Patents Vicia Velours Tans c that we have ever carried Most any color you want inSuedo top We invite your inspection Men dont forget we represent two of the best TaifqHng concerns in the country and guarantee Fit Quality and Price l HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY r HARDWARE SHOE I Hard Wear in every pair It is made of eoft 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 satisfaction try n pair We believe this Shoe will last you much longer than six monthsbut L T v i0 iM r a wo will guarantee that you get at least six mouths wear and satisfaction 1 J W E PERKINS Crab Orchard KyP- PPPaPPPPPaQPPPPPPIAPPPPPPPaIPPaPPaPaaaAFaaaaaPPPPaPn tV444444V4 4VVVVVVVdVVVVVVaadVVViVr w4vvv4VVVVt44s nThe Wayuesburg DepositBanklnL h WAYNESBURG KY I ICapital 15000 Surplus CO Profits 2500 2Resources Over 60000 f I Directors t SingletonJ I 4 li M E Wheeldon L G GoochIZPresidents Stanley McIntosh Cashier IiiorM GIMURPHY j w ACTON Murphy l Acton J Cut Prices Until Nov 1 Our prices ors all Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Mens Odd Panty ind Motions will be greatly reduced until Nov let and then there will a change in our business that we are confident will mean much to our customIcrs as well as to us It will be to your advantage to trade with us as wo will save you money on each purchasa Prepare yourself and family for ho Winter Now while you can save money give us a trial and let us how you what wo will do for you Wo waut more Cash trade and are making trio reductions as inducements to those paying Cash feeling that those laying Cash are entitled to goods at a smaller margin of profit than those niying ON TIME So if you have money to spend call and get our Cash rices on anything you want either dry good notions groeries queens- rare or hardware Do not fail to watch this space for the change our usiness Nov let MURPHY A ACTON Kings Mountain Ky r t t f The Interior Journal f Mnteredin the POll Oftce at Stanford 01 Ittonddtat natter L N TIME TABLE No 11 Month HIM P X No ffl Houth 1103 A H NoI North 440 A x Non NortU6 T P K- NoT 1047 AM NoIS24OP x JOS S RICE Agont A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I NThe fnrm of 140 acres of blue gross land on mile North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pike Improvements and fencing good plenty of water fruit Alto acres of timbered land one mile Eaitfof McKlnner half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land flee grow nglcrop JAGIVEN8Agent McKlnney Ky Fall and Winter Stock Haveyour measure taken by a tailor of ex clothes whether lowyourpricenbuiiness or tbe nuelt evening clothes will have that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were made to yonrmeaiure I will also take your meal ure for extra trousers fancy etopcoatst and overcoats Fall and winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection HO nUPLEY The Tailor tstautord KY CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OHRIBTUAN GREEN ItOURES En lloiinAitD PBOR Stanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Earns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone S6 Office 05 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING Wo are osltiontodonllklnda of con creting such as lllock Work Pavements And In fact we can make any thing from e house down to a fence post We can serve you and guarantee firt class prtcebetore PHILLIPS BROS KyINSURANCE RBMAHONY- Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado Life Live Stock H ealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without discount JLBeazIevCo Undei lasers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugr They i will exchange Furniture for all Kin la of Stock Give L Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Ce McClary I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlory STANFORD KY MB tPhono lei Hom JPhoB j Y i i L iMI L1JJ6 if L BRODHEAD J W Hutchison has returned from a business trip to Louisville and Cincin nati The stone buttments for the new footbridge across Dix Rlv rat this place have been completted and the woodwork is now keing put up J M Adams has bought of Mrs Florence Ponder a small tract of land lying on south side of State road in Ealt Brodhead Number of acres not known Consideration 700 Matt Bowling Emery Albright Albert Hiatt Jno Robins and Dra W E Gravely and 0 0 Stone are attending tho Grand Lodge of Free Masons in Louisville this week The tenyearold daughter of Mr John Dlllingham of the Sayers section has pneumonia fever Born to Mr and Mrs John Harris of the Sayers sec tion on the 19th a son Mr Bales Anderson wife and son Henry have been called to Preachers villo on account of the severe illness of a daughter and a sister Mrs Roy Robins who has typhoid fever Albert Roberts a highly respected farmer living near here after four days- of intense suffering died and was buried in the Christian church cemetery Tuesday Rev A J Pike conducting- the funeral services Mr Roberts was about 48 years of age He leaves a wife and several children Mrs B R Wilmott Miss Sallie Robert GranvIlle Leece and wife and Frank Brooks have been with relatives- In Somerset Mrs J H Hilton and daughter Miss Ethel of Stanford were with relatives here Miss Rissee Williams of Mt Vernon was tho guest of Miss Willie Benton Wednesday George Hill and wife of Lebanon have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Per SheltonMr N Williams of Mt Vernon has announced himself a candidate for county court clerk Mr Williams falls to state in his announcement upon what ticket he is running but we presume the democratic He was clerk of this coun ty from 1878 to 18S2 and made as good an officer as ever kept books and though he is now up in years his mind is as bright as ever and his competency has not been shaken by age He is the father of Attorney C C Williams of Mt Vernon andJudge R G Williams of Covington FARMERS DEPARTMENT Joe Turner of the Junction City neighborhood produced 21 barrels of corn on ono acre of landAdvocate- EsrRAYEDThree barrow hogs black spotted weigh about 250 crap off left ears Liberal reward E T PenceSAt the opening sales of loose tobacco at the Danvillo Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Wednesday prices ranged from 8 to 18c All of the tobacco of fered come from Casey county W H Murphy sold to the Huston vine Roller Mill Co 300 bushels of wheat at 120 and to B D Holtzclaw- a bunch of hogs at 61c and a bullat3c He bought of Mr H a bull for 30 W P Kincaid the independent to bacco buyer has bought over 100000 pounds of tobacco in Lincoln at 10 to I3jc He showed us a sample of Dan Traylors crop which is very fino and for which he paid 13c Samuel Harris formerly of the State of Washington has bought of David Thompson of Garrard the Geo Evans farm near Crab Orchard at 65 It con tains over 200 acres and sold two or three years ago at 35 MATRIMONIAL Charles Chambers and Miss Eva Singleton were made one at Rev J M Cooks on the 17th A M Durham of Garrard and Miss Annie Magee of London eloped to Jel ico and were married James Albert Reed and Miss Rexie Gerkey both of the Highland section were married at Rev J M Cooks by that gentleman Wednesday- MR AND MRS WALTER WELDON WARREN announce the engagement of their daughter Emma Virginia to Mr Charles Frederick Garnett The wed ding will take place the last of No vemberThe anniversary of the wedding or Mr and Mrs J Boyle Reid was ob served at a six oclock dinner at their residence on East Main street Monday evening Only a few invited guests were present but the congratulations- and good wishes of their host of friends- in this community were tendered this estimable couple on having reached the halt century milestone of wedded life Advocate MoneyComers in Bunches To A A Chisolm of Treadwell NY now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from Indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness and general de illlty he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grew weaker every day In spite of all medical treatment Then used Electric titters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now I- can attend to bubinejs every day Its n wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves 50o at Pennys Drug Store OLD papers for sale This office POLITICAL President Taft spent several days on the big ranch of his half brother Chas P Taft in Texas W B Buford declined the nomina tion for Representative on the republi can ticket in Jessamine Hon J A Sullivan of Richmond spoke in the interest of the democratic county ticket at Nicholasvllle Monday Appellate Judges T J Nunn W E Settle and John M Lasslng have no op position from the republicans and their election is guaranteed Frightful Fate Averted 1I would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut h my knee cap write Frank Dlsbury Kolllhor Minn without liucklona Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises It soon cures burns scalds old sores bolls skin eruptions Worlds best for plies 25o at Pennys Drug Store It is said that 22000000 people spoke English at the beginning of the 19th century and that now more than 100 000000 people use it Pains of women head pains or pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE A Ono blue grass farm for sale situated on lke near Point Leavell and six miles south of Lancaster s0 acres well located In Rood neighborhood being part of the John Pnikortract wit tin hand some new twostory sevenroom residence thereon with all necessary outbulldlngtaud good new barn 40x00 Well watered MX never falling springs and creek running through TBRxa K cash in hand bManco one and two years from day of sale bearing six percent Interest until paid Inonlooltlnlt for place write once 1OwALKanftafford Vo Du- yFURSI llicfoa Woo and Futhsn T IWrc wttx GiaMDc CoUen SaV YtfowRxO M y AppU Wild Ginger etc We n delnltflUiJxJ u I tCu Onr ts3 a cxttwr io LcoinCV nd CM Jo better ror you ihu iecU or eaaOMBoo mtfchub Rtbrencr uy Dink 10 LouunSe Wrin rot wrcUy Ii price Ii ud itJitut to- M Snbbl it Sens 229 E Mlriet St LOUISVILLE KT REWARD Having suffered considerable Annoyance and damage from outlaws In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the county road that mm through iny farm I have concluded to offer n reward for Information lending to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum of yo for mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the- UUltonvllle turnpike to the l11IIttlgovllle turnpike through my farm and I wall give Uu same amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who In the future cumuli any of the witness my hand this 10th day of August HUM TJ HILL hit Bring Your Printing To ij- t The S INTERIOR JOURNAL t Office j1O 1 Best Work k Lowest Prices Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Qro eeries and Hardware oinga good bust ness Will Invoice Ueoson Ill health Otto DIJOrrEU Stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE I 1 wish to sell privately my fnrm of tt acre sit Jumbo Lincoln County Kjr four sidles from MoKlnney Km on It good 10roou dwelllnii good fine waterbto Lentlisinhlghtatsofcul tlrntton Also have four other muall fnrm for tale All well Improved Terns satis factoryDOHUPLKStanford Ky U F D No S Ge Ba PRUITT Moreland Kentucky LinesNow Fall Millinery now in Also Kew Furniture coming in al- Most daily G B 1Kurrr Moreland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Mnnufncturtr 017 Marble and Granite Monu monts Markers and Posts Oemetery and Lawn Vase and KoUeot 0fflco and works Me Kinney Ky Dinwiddie i Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods The State University Lexington Ky The State University Lexington Ky of ten the enur s namoly Agrlrul tural Mechanical Engineerlnat evil Ktigl neerlng Klectrtonl Knglnovrlng Minin- gEngineertngOlautsalandseven Hotentlllc courses each of which over four yenrsnnd leads to a Bachelors degree alto a Department of lAW and A Doiwrtinvnt ol Education last has been established Instead of the Normal Hchool Persons who enter department prepare fornilanced work In podagotfy and are granted a Hnch elorM degree In subject when complet ed The Academy for preparatory Instruc tion Is retained County appointees receive tree tuition privilege In the dormitories fuel light traveling expenses if they remain 10 consecutive monthsorono college late year The laboratories and museum are large well equipped comprehenitlve and modern Military Hclenca Is fully provided for as re quired by Congress The graduates In the several courses of tudy readily employment with liberal remuneration The total number of inn trlculntts for last ellr was LOTS Koch de withtheYoung women find an excellent with board and lodging In Patterson Hall which Is well all the modern conveniences bathroom hall for physical culture at 3 per week All courses of study In the university are open to women on identical conditions with those applying to nlftlelThe completion of the Agricultural Min lug Engineering Laboratory and Kduca tlon ample and couimod bus quarters for these departments which are rapidly Increasing In thenumberof ma trlculates For catalogues methods of obtaining np ponrinrents information rognrdlng courses of study and terms of admission apply to JAS K PATTSKHOX Ph D 11 nIcOl or to D 0 FIIAZEE Business Agent Fall Term Begins Sept 909 HENRY WATT ERSONS PAPER i Weekly Courier Journal AND h The Triterior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150f Few people In the United States have not heard of the CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean Io all things It li essentially a family paper By ipectal arrangement we are enabled to of for the WEEKLY OODBISBODBNAIi one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for the com bination to Usnot tc the CourlorJburnn u We ore now ready to show you one of the best line of Mens Youths and Childrens Clothes ever shown the people for the lowest prices ooa new anti uptodate line of Overcoats and Cravanettcs front 8760 to 20 Good values Come in and let us show you Am sure you will bo pleated wilts this line I SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KYeY tbt Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000- ss H SHANKS PRESIDENT BRJGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVY3 FOSTER CLER- KOIR60TOR9r J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks StanfordCeo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T a Rankin TrnylorGilbertsH Cummins Prcachersville Ltlburu Gooch GilbcrU Creek Iial e 1 1 The Coffee with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For the next 30 days we will give Five Pounds Cofleo at 35a 81 75 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Pot at 8100 l 50 83 dui For thirty days you save 8125 t1 tT GIVE IT A TRIAL GEORGE Ha FARRIS Stanford II H B NORTHCOTT- Will I I Pay the Highest Market Price for All rKinds of Country Produce Scrap J a Iron and Rubber 9- ni rir iIUI H B NORTHCOTT Stanford I RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephono service wo KentuckyTennessee J Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL eS0 TEL CO tNCOHrOKATCD