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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 22, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909102201_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 22, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. $T T ' . VOL. XXXVII. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER NEWS NOTES. At Cleveland, Tenn,, Kinney Green shot and killed his brother. The boy was fooling with his father's gun. Tho supreme court of Pennsylvania allowed an appeal In the cases growing out of alleged grafting in connection with the building of th State Capitol Two women were killed outright and another seriously Injured when a Cen tral of Georgia switch engine ran into and demolished a street car at Colum bus, Ga. Seven employes wero killed and three other persons severely injured when a boiler at the plant of the Griffin Sawmill Company near El Dorado, Ark., exploded. Hon. S. 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 Mincoqua, Wis., was robbed by four masked men. me robbers blew all the vaults and es caped with several thousand dollars. A posso is said to have robbers surroundthree-year-old r 22, 1909. NO. 68. grand-parent- HUSTONVILLE. Will Carson has about finished his asHenry Clay Estca nrc Mr. and Mrs. papa and mamma now. It Is a girl and sessing labors In this section. James Yowcll sold to J. C. Johnson tho event occurred Monday. Dr. C. U. cattlo for Nov. Creech attended and Clay Is as happy two cars of as the happiest under such circumstanc- 1st delivery, at file. Since tho death of John Baugh'a child es. W. T. Miller has returned from Now at Jumbo recently, there aro no new Castle, Ind. K. H. Young and D. G. cases of diphtheria nnd school reopened Elliott were In Liberty Saturday. Miss Monday, Miss Jcssto Powell lost n handsomo May Horton, of Frankfort, Is with her Mr. and Mrs. J. W. gold bracelet at tho Baptist church last MIDDLEBURO. 1,300-poun- -- V was Sunday morning. Tho finder will bo re warded for Its return. Carlisle Alcorn loft Sunday for Henderson, where ho has been given a lucrative position in tho construction department of tho L, & N. The sudden death of J. W. Llnthecum last week removes from our midst a man of tho strictest integrity and a gallant veteran of the 19th Ky. Infantry during the Civil War. D. L. Shores & Sons sold their 0 farm back to J. S. Murphy for$2G,-G0after building a $2,100 tobacco barn on It. Thy will return to North Carolina In the near futuro. Miss Addle Lee, hnndsome daughrer of Mr. and Mrs. 11. T. Davidson, was ed. A balcony on a Rochester, N. Y., married at the homo of her parents on tho 11th to Georgo Bastin, Rev. K. G, home, on which stood a party of women viewing the Rochester Day Industrial Martin performing tho ceremony. Rev. Mills and wife, Mr. and Mrs. and Civic parade, gave way and Mrs. Rufus Lippsand Mrs. Minnie Robinson Henry G. Meyers was killed and her were among the delegates from here daughter hurt. The City Savings Bank of Nashville, to tho Centennial Convention of tho available space was covered. Christian church at Pittsburg last week. Tcnn , which went into voluntary liqui The music and elocution classes of dation last week, is insolvent and its The democratic convention drew a big will be administered and crowd to Yoscmlto Saturday. Tho con- Miss Angle Carpenter at tho Graded affairs vention was orderly and the best of School arc progressing rapidly, which wound up under the direction of the feeling prevailed throughout. Tho Wall-tow- n fact is due to tho untiring energy of Davidson Chancery court. Tho skeleton of a young woman which section was well represented and their teacher, who will give a recital In was found in the woods near Brentfor the most part supported W. B. tho near future. Wall for magistrate. They wero of Dr. J. T. wood, L. I., may be that of Miss May J. F. Jeffers, hut took it cood humoredly and Bohon, Is seriously ill with lung trouble Smith, a nurse in tho Manhattan State deported themselves as gentlemen and in a hospital in Louisville. Will Reth- - Hospital at Islip. Miss Smith has been rood democrats. Mr. Wall thanked crford, and wife, of Texas, arc visiting misting since last Bpring. One of tho most gigantic undertakirgs those who supported him and declared relatives in this vicinity. 'His wife was that the L. & N. has ever undertaken that he had no sores to heal. Mr. Thos. Miss Bettle Carpenter. Evidently a grave mistake was made on the Henderson division of its syi- S. Benson was nominsted. by the managers of tho Horse Show at tem, and which will mean an outlay of Resolutions of Respect. Louisville and tho Lexington trots by $0,000,000, is assured, as contracts have We heard been awarded for the improvement. in tho providence of having their dates conflict. Whereas, we, With delegates in attendance from Almighty God. have been called upon many at both places regretting the colVirginia, North Carolina, Kentucky to givo up cur beloved pastor, Itcv, J. lision of dates, which prevented many and Tennessee, an interstate meeting been called to from attending both meetings. Murray Taylor, who has Sam Rutherford bought of Joe Shear-e- n of the Farmers' Educational and Cothe Centennial Baptist Church, Washone mule operative Union of America, known as ington, 0. C. It is with for $IS5. Shearcn bought of John the Farmers' Union, convened nt DanBo It resolved, first: That ville, Va Tuesday. the slncercst regret that we do so, and Stapp a pair of good work mules for A examination of the nothing short of tho fact that wo feel 200. Alf Carpenter bought tho house, field lot and $1,000 stock of goods of Joe body of Charles Swinboum, the New that he Is entering upon a broader port, Ky., man who was supposed to of labor, and ono which affords greater Snow near Kidd's Store and has opened have committed suicide in Chicago lost onnortunitles for tho improving and de up for busineiis. Rev. G. W. Painter, formerly n mis- Sunday, indicated that ho had not com veloping of his consecrated talents, and mitted suicide, as was believed, but our interest in the Master s work could sionary to China, will speak at the Sun had been murdered. us to tho sevcranco of tho day morning and evening services at reconcile F E. Hanscome, cashier of the the Presbyterian church. Dr. Painter strom; tie that binds us together, and is one of the veterans of tho mission wrecked First National Rank of Minbe It resolved, second: W is., was found lying over Thnt wo most earnestly commend field, having gone to China in 1S73. The eral Point, opportunity of hearing a man of his the grave of his mother. A bullet him to the love, confidence and esteem wound in his head told the manner of of the church and peoplo among whom auility and long experience is not often his death. Mrs. John Gray, mother-in-lamost faithful and afforded smaller churches and should bo Is to labor, as a ot the dead banker, and to whose not bo missed by any one who can at' consecrated minister of the gospel; at homo Hanscome's body was removed, same time, praying God's richest tend. tho Tho Teachers' Association met here dropped dead when her dead blessimrs upon him and his work. was brought in. Be it resolved, third: That a copy of Saturday last. Tho program, arranged thMe resolutions bo spread upon the to throw light on some of the dark plac es of school work, was carried out by IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. and that minutes of our church-book- , Mrs. Catherine T. Robinson is dead copy bo sent to our homo paper, the tho five teachers of the Graded School, Interior Journal, and tho Baptist who composed tho entire professional in Danville. Mr. Wheeler's address attendance. Frank C. Jones, a Lanrel county coal World, of Louisville, for publication. Respectfully signed by thecommlttee. was helpful ahd hopeful, showing his operator, has taken the bankrupt law. untiring interest in tho work nnd the Mrs. J. F. Stapleton, of Clay county, It. B. Maiionev, chairman. workers. Miss Mary Stagg entertain fainted and fell in the fire, burning off of Success. ed the audience with a well rendered ono ear and one arm. The Bed-Ropiano W. T. Bodcn, the Lies In a keen, clear brain, backed by recitation. Thero aro some 17 teachers Indomitable will and resistless energy, belonging to this association and it is to tuner who has been making Stanford fiueh nower comes from tho splendid be regretted that only five of them were for years, dropped dead at Lewisburg, Ind health that Dr. King's New Llfo Pills able to'bo present. Tho Hustonvlllo auxiliary of the C. impart. They vitalize every organ David McQueen, one of tho Negroes and bnlld up b'raln and body. J. A. W. B. M. met at tho Christian church who killed Leon Yandell in a railroad Mrs. camp near Nicholasville, is under arrest Harmon, LUemore, W. Va., writes: Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. "They aro tho best pills I over used." Jennie Carpenter, as leader, carried at East St. Louis. out as near as possible the program 2.'o at Penny's Drug Store. A supper will bo given at tho Mac- rendered at Pittsburg. The attendance cabeo Hall In Junction City Friday Basil W. Duke, daughter of an Mrs. was good, each member present par- night, Uct. zi). lnu proceeds will go Illustrious Southern family, wife of ticipating. Opening prayer was ren to the tiaptist cnurcn or. tnat city. r.n. Hiull W. Duke, sister of Gen dercd by Mrs. JennlcCarpentcr, after Fred Drake's store and the postoffice Williamsburg wero broken into and John il. Morgan, founder and president which a letter from our State president at the postofllco at ot tno KeniucKy mapier, uimra was read, congratulating tho auxiliary robbed. Tho safe in distant, was also Rockhold, not far Daughters of the Confederacy, and vice onita centennial gift. Next on pro broken Into and robbed, president of the national organization, gram was tho At the second trial of his suit for "value of centennial Iwiiilcr In tho social lifo of Louisville. n celebration" which was ably handled damages against the uo., tor using ms name endorsing and mother of a distinguished family of by Mrs. Smith Powell, which an Doan's Pills without his consent. Col. after sons and daughters, was found dead at address was delivered by Miss Angle was given her homo. Death was duo to heart Carpenter in her usual impressive style Jack v. Uhlnn The annual meeting ot tho National falluro. and which compensated fully the mem Fox Hunters Association will begin at Lawrencebunr November 8. and con "Health Coffee" Is the cleverest bers present for their absence from the tinuo through the week. Several hun Tho call to dred members will be present. ExtencolTeo over vet made. Pittsburg Convention. Imitation of real Dr. Shoop created It from pure parch-o- d young women was read by Mrs. Cath- sive preparations are being made and a grains, malt, nuts, eta. Fino In erine Hoeker. After tho scripture royal time win do given me numers. flavor Is mado In just ono minute. reading and circle of prayer, in which Its A Top Notch Doer. No 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting, many ot the young members took part, Great deeds compel regard. The Mrs, Jennie Carpenter closed the meetSauiplo free. Penny's Drug Store. ing with a few words of exhortation of world crowns Its doers. That's why Falling to secure convictions for vio- the necessity for prayerful persistent the American paople have crowned Dr. lation of the prohibition law under or- pressing on missionary service. King's New Discovery the king of Every dinary procedure the Mobile authorities Throat and lung remedies. It is tho weak nerves that are cry- atom Is ahealthlforeo. It kills germs will resort to injunctions provided for bill. holp. Then help tbem, ing 'out for In the Fuller McWhorter. Miss Willie Foglo over from Ellisburg Sunday. (J It. Jonas went to Louisville Monday to attend tho Masonic Grand Lodge. A family by tho name of Prlco that has been giving tho people on Trace Fork plko considerable trouble for somo months, loaded their household effect Saturday a.nd left for parts unknown. They had become so offensive that the citizens applied for a warrant of arrest, and getting wind of It, they mado for tall timber. Uncle John Vest saya ho hopes the further they go the better they will like It. The pupils of tho Graded School went on an excursion to Liberty Friday and It was about the Jolllest crowd It has been our lot to meet for many n year. They were chaperoned by their teachers and tho kid band went along to furnish music Tho professor was looking somowhat weary when he returned. It required four wagons with very large hay frames to take them and ovcry ssfe mm r 1 1 im f' ieeeeeeeeh r t' : , )F$mJ!Z&m0&&L jss 'iitjmBmv'KZtmZiMm. 4 JL ii vflu WQEMmtim 11 T ssm sxsnsssA mm. , i seeeese eeeeem x I i i i i n :mr,kM m;.. - $30,-00- 0, '?y2k lm ilMRlll W0m "'W liPil son-in-la- 'WBV Copyright 1909 bjr Hart ScharThcr Se Mux 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 be of 1,100-poun- d post-morte- Hart Schaffner & Marx make; all-wo- ol, finely tailored, perfect fitting. son-in-la- ok The result would be that by having a chance to change often, say once a week or 10 days, both suits would wear much longer, keep in better order, and you'd look better dressed all the time. We'll help you take care ofjyour clothes; keep them pressed for 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 about it. well-know- n Suits, $20 to $35,00; Overcoats, $16.50 to n Other Brands m $35-00From $7.50 to 20.00. Well-Know- This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. NOTICE I Foster-Milbur- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Dcpos!tBoxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. DIRECTORS. , H. Baujhmaa, F. Held, J, S. Hoeker, President;, M. D. Elmore. J. M Fettus. S. T. Harris, H. C, Daughmaa, J, F, Cummlaj, ' John J. McRoberli, Caihler:" S. T, Harm, ao. C, Roblowa, II.C. Baughman, Asst. Casa'r V. 13 O'Bannon J. S. Hoc'itr, W.W.Siuodorj, Bookkeeper. C. E. Tate. t: - A tickling Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr. Snoop's Restorative and see how fast good health will corao to you Sold by again. Test 'It and see. The Doctor Your husband looks as Penny 'a Drug Store. by all doctors.'' Wo, II. Trial botthough ha were overworked. Mn...Wtae-Iiap0Mible. Ht told a Sbk onr line of Sweater Coats, thev tle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Storage. are beauties. Cumralaa ft Wearea. political office. ly loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, nothing unsafe or harsh. Bold by Penny's Drug Store. and colds m.m drug the stomach or stimulate heals ordry cough can be quick- dou't tho Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. - and lagrlppe vanishes. It membranes and coughing stops. Sore, Intlamed bronchial tubes and lungs are cured aud hemorrhages ceaso. Dr. Goo. Moore, Black Jack, N. C, writes ''It cured me ot lung trouble, pronounced hopeless cough-rack- el Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End Insurance Agency. Get yourl.policies written right in a "good com-pany by OFFICER. W.J. CAMPBELL, Hustouville, Ky. jm-- t .. .4fe3ft.to9.. 'J -. A ii. i;iifjf.jwr1- - fJ 4 uu.ti.Kua.s.'tWa.'sm tirA . 1 f. I Ml. Pfe r The Interior Journal. C C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. ' I 111 j .it For Circuit Judge, M. C 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. For Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Merctr. For Slate Henator, R. L, HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Itepresentatlve, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, W. S. BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE w. l. Mccarty For BhcrilT. For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B.COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER For Alienor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Hchooli, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT ForMaglitrate Htanford District, JAMESlMcKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District, R.IH. BRONAUGH Magistrate Ilustonrtlle District, For J.K.HELM.SR For Magistrate Wnynesburg District, JOHNIM.CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH Aimed at election bribers and intend' ed to prevent the use of money at elev tions, a bill changing the present law concerning bribery has been prepared by Judge T. L. Blakey, assistant attor ney general. The bill will be introduced in the Senate by Senator A. R. Bur-naof Richmond. The most import tant provision of the new bill makes ' the man who receives the bribe a competent witness against the man who offers the bribe. Under the present law the bribe taker is equally guilty with the bribe Jjiver and, being particeps criminis, is not a competent witness against the man who gave the bribe. invasion of the 2 ranks of war veterans caused names to be dropped from the pension roils of the United, States lastyear. Of this number, 32,831 were survivors of the Civil War. The total loss to the pension roll from all causes was 51,581. In striking contrast to these figures, comprised in the annual report of Ves pasian Warner, Commissioner of Pensions, is the statement that the Government paid out in pensions in the fiscal year ending June 30, 1909, $161,- which the commissioner de 973,703, clare is the largest amount ever dis bursed for pensions in one year. Death's fast-thinni- 48,-31- The prospects for the Democrats trolling the next State Senate are conex- ceedingly good. With seven Democratic Senators as holdovers and eight Democratic nominees who have no the Democrats will only have to elect five 'members to control the 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 Women's 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-tun- e of $1,000,000 to further the cause. The Danville Advocate, after having carefully sized up the situation, says that Jason Wesley will be the worst vocate. beaten candidate that has ever offered On Tuesday, Oct. 20, daily Gospel against a Democratic nominee in this services will be held at McKendree senatorial district. Bad news for Ja- church, Hubble, commencing at 10:30 a. son but the truth all the same. "Honor the m. Motto of services: enMr. George C Keller, formerly of Word; Honor the Spirit." Outlook courages for gracious Interest. All peothis office, has assumed the editorial and business management of the Orlan- ple fraternally welcome. Opening days a prosperous of services will be Bible readings on do, Fla., Reporter-Star- , dally paper. Mr. Keller is a very capa- the following subjects: "Tuesday at ble newspaper man and we predict he 10:30 A. M.: "The Savior of Now." brighter Wednesday: "Repentance Unto Life." will make the Keporter-Sta- r Thursday: "The Faith of Power." and better than ever. Friday: "Regeneration as Fact." Sun"Conversion as Experience." EarOn the historic ground where Lord day: request to remember services nest Cornwallis, 12S years ago, sealed the In homes. Other notice later. doom of Britain's rule over what is 1909, a great crop harvest gathered; now a part of the United States, pa- for gratitude to its Donor is a half day 7 E. II. I'eurce, pastor. triotic Americans gathered Tuesday to begrudged now annlveersary of tho facelebrate the Hone ot the recovery of Midshipman mous surrender. Earl I). Wilson, of Kentucky, quarterback of tho navy football team, who So great has been the demand for tho was injured in a game last Saturday, nothing else has been abandoned. new Lincoln pennies that has been coined at the Philadelphia The llttlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets mint since the end of June. The coinage of the copper coins In the three and called 1'rovcDtlcs, will in a few hours a half months has reached the total of safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe. 70,000,000 pennies, which Is equivalent Sold by Penny's to the average annual output of the Trytheml Drug Store last decade. c. Resolutions of Respect by Lincoln PREACHERSVILLI. Couaty Medical Society. W havn mat learned that Preacher- All klndi of poplar and pine celling At the lonelv hour of midnight on drowned tongue and graved flooring, maple villa Is a money order office, and has and oak. Jesse Ularkson, McKlnney, Ky. Aug. 2, 1909, the spirit of Dr. L. B. been such since May. Sorghum making is about over, ino Cook took it flight to Him Who gave it I body to be crop being very short. The finished and left the viewed upon earth for tho last time by product is'in good demand. Lewis Lynn, who was convicted of murder In the Lincoln circuit In lnvrt, will ask companion, Tho Baptist Sunday school at this a broken-heartethe governor for n pardon ami all who obchildren, brothers and sisters ject will notify lb goTernor and state In place is doing very nicely under tho I.kwih iyt&n. writing any objection. capable management of faupt. tranK and a multitudo of sorrowing friends. bo It resolved Therefore Itigsby. I FOR 1st In the death of Dr. Cook tho T. W. Payno Is sick. Miss Dora Will sell a Clothing, Hhoe and dents' Blankenshlp has been on tho sick list medical profession has lost ono of iu Htore. located In the best town 111 opportunity lloyle county. A for the last few davs. Rev. R. F. Jor ablest and truest members, tho home a right man. rttockgreat linolce about for the IVbii. indulgent Address .M.J., enro will dan and wife, of Corbin, are guests of kind, loving husband and interior journal, man-forfather, tho community a most faithful, Jordan, and wife. their son, Walter Rev. W. II. Stearns, of McKinncy, efficient servant, society its best examMASON'S preached at tho M. E. church Saturday ple and the church a true christian. 2nd That these rcsolutiods bo spread night and Sunday, we nope iu linwe the nrivilriro of hearing his ser upon tho minuto bo"k of this meeting, Lincoln Lodge No. no F.A A.M. will meet stnttMl rniiiiiiunlcHtlon on each first and mons again, which aro so easily under sent to tho Stato Medical Journal and In third Monday nights of each month, at T::u for publication and o clock in tneir nan on mam sireeci, man-fon- t, Interior Journal stood. Ky. Members of sister lodges are Rev. F. D. Palmeter was returned to the family bo furnished with a copy of Invited to be present. T. W, Fen. nlngton, Hec. charge) by the Methodist confer- same. this E. J. Brown, J. F. Peyton, II. Held, ence and every one is pleased, as this family Is one of our best. Rev. Pal- committee. meter will preach the fifth Sunday at New Liven G. Ij. Penny has n famous prescripthe M. E. church. Depot Street which ho will tion called Some of our wiseacres predicted that Phone 96, guaranteo to euro any case of indigesno corn would bo cut this year, as tho tion, or money back. l'elleves stomSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. high-l- Oc. Nevertheless prico was too ach distress In five minutes. 50c a If nil renorts be true, fully seven-eight- s cereals has been put In largo box. of this king of NOTICEI the shock at 10 to 12Jc. B. F. Barnes, postmaster at WashThe Farmers Drug Co., of Wo wish to roast any or all of our ington City, dropped dead while playing hm iilHO-t- Kurvka Ionic on Lawreneeburg, sale al 1,. H.n who fall to see that the school- - a social game of cards. lrt. I'rnli Orchard, and J. 1). llorton. Htan mtie ford. This tonlo Is to t taken In a half house windows are repaired, stoves in wine ton wine glass run mree Mines a uny. II Is Dre.cnoeu or me oesi pajsicians in nroDer shape and coal handy. Neglect the Htate. liuarantreil to cure stomach. FOR SALE1 torn on ami irouiuet. can not now be so easily the fault of llerstnelskidneynext county will ieday, Oct. court here "the other fellow." Get busy Mister Htock Dry Goods, Notions. Orocerles, theby their salesman, ir, i(.j.i;assiuy. II, Hardware. Tinware, Ac; about fcf.UW. DoTrustee!! ing fair business. Literal terms. will fill his ap Rev. Pierce Brvant 0. 11. HAUU1B, Crab Orchard, Ky. Fruit An. OrnamMtal This ! pointment at the Baptist church the I second Saturday and Sunday in NovemEverything for Orchard, I.awn an! (lar FOR den. Catalogue on Application, ber. His sermon the second Sunday Having decided to locate elsewhere. I will will be from the subject: "The NatNo Agents. sell privately my farm at Highland of so ural Life and The Spiritual Life." acres, more or less. lmproementt good; e on place J good barn; good orch-nr- H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Hear him. J. H.Bkioiit. well watered. Wavnesburg. Ky. The following neonle have raised the Lexington, Ky. vicinity this year: nicest crops in this Mr Marv Warren. aDDles: J. M. LunaI ford, tobacco; John Bell, hemp; John , Painting and White, For House and CarriageOun and Locksmith. Williams, Irish potatoes. W. P. A. administratrix of John 1'. Hubble. I l'nuer Hanging. will at hit late residence near Turnersllle, corn; S. D. Carpenter, pumpkins; F. F. lug. Shop opposite depot. Ky.,on Ky J. J. Beldex, Htnnford, FlllI'AY. OCT. it. ltti. Cummins, "cushaws." at laOp. M.. sell at public auction to the Mrs. Ona Naylor and daughter. Miss t bidder some nlcv brood lilL'hi'it and mares, two line colts by Hcudder't IVvln Carrie, are visiting Mack Adams, at good milk cow, A stacks of good hay, a a Hickman. This is the first time in 36 plows and other farming We have tuoed our produce, hide and mowing machine, n lot other also years that Mrs. Naylor has seen her poultry business from Myers' stable to our Implements,numerous of harness andTerms to mention. things too purchased of (larland made known on day of sale. brother. Miss Halhe Brown and t'ruitt store recently two doora from postolllce. We still MIM. FAN NIK limill.K. Mini, Thompson were guests of tho family of pay cash for till klndi of country produce. Land A llrcil x a.v. Htanford. Ky. A. J. Thompson in Boyle. Master Al bert Wilmot and sisters, ot uocKcasue, FOR Mrs. Wm. visited their Vnpr.nttnriiiir)wtth urlvllece of sewlnc Duval. Miss Nora Smith visited Miss planting tblt Lena Herndon near Stanford. Miss JO acres In wheat next Fall and Will rent Hrtrt strength, or Tletrt TvVa taett. means Kerr spring. corn and tobacco w . u. .ni iiniT, Zula Nay for part of crop. Katie Payne is visiting Miss Ftrrnith. or Nem Weakness nothing mora, Waynesburg, Ky. not one wtak heart In a hundred Is. In lb lor. Mrs. Herndon and daughter, of self, actually diseased. It Is almost alwtys a hidden tiny little n.nre that really Is all at fault. friends here. J. M. Stanford, visited I This obscure nerve the Cardiac, or Heart Kerr. HOME FOR simply needs, and must hart, more power, mora Cress and wife are in Louisville this stability, more controlling, more governing One story cottage of eight rooms and all strength. n llhout that the Heart must continue week. one to fall, and the stomach and kidneys also bar. contains necessary outbuildings. acre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy these sanu controlling nerves. etc. ood CHURCH MATTERS. This clearly explains why, as a medicine. Dr. luirn. buggy house, corn crib,place, locatEShoop's ItestoraUT. has In the past done so much garden spot. This It a desirable corner of Whitley and Miller striits. for weak and ailing Meant. Dr. bhoop first sought Allen will preach at Stan- ed on A. II. HOLTZOLAW, Htanford, Ky. Rev. F. .W. painful, palpitating, sudoral th. causa of all thu Dr. 8 hoop's lug heart distress. lintonUre this ford Christian church Sunday morning, popular prescription Is alone directed to these delivering bis Pittsburg convention ser- SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- wiak and wasting nerre centers. It bulldti ICstrengthenti It oSre real, genuine heart help. mon The public is cordially invited. If you would hare strong Hearts, strong dU NEERING. rettlon. strengthen the, leant Pastor. them at needed, with The congregation of the Methodist of surveying I church will worship with the Baptist andam prepared todonll kinds cl II engineering promptly. My work my prices church next Sunday night in considera- will be guaranteed and McKlnney orare reacoll me sonable. Write me at tion of the departure of the pastor, o er the telephone through the Hustonvllr Dickey, Kxcbange. Rev. J. Murray Taylor. J. J. WALrEKMcKlNNKY. PENNY'S DRUG STORE pastor Methodist church. Baptist church building at The new I Pulaski Station, Pulaski county, will be ! dedicated on the first Sunday in NoAll creditors of the Huntlngtorr Produce W. Co., of vember. Dr. W. D. Powell, of Louis- A Feed notified Huntington, their Vn., ure claims to present hereby I will tell ut public sale to the highest bidville, will preach the dedicatory ser- against said concern, properly proven ai assignprovided by law, mon. Rev. R. R. R. Noel, of this place, ees, at their olllce to Uurnslde, Ky., within der, on MATl'HKAY. OCT. SI, Iff. In was Instrumental in building this house !W dayi from the date hereof. about UVi ncret of land.btng In Hockcoatle county, Ky.. adjoining the Madltou county LOVBTTA KVANH. Asslgneees. of worship. Hue ou th North and bordering on the L..V Dated at llurnside, Ky., Hept. DO, lfcx;. N. railroad. 't mllu from lloon. ttatton, and a meeting of the pastors of Dan At three mllei Mouth ot He mi College. ville Monday it was decided to underThis land Ulna good nelghlorhood, close Skin Diseases Itching to public school and church. It can be ditake a series of protracted meetings at acres lying reels, Are readily cured by Zemo. A liquid vided Into three paot the ubouttoN. railroad, L. A on the Kast tide several of the country schoolhouses, gives instant about 8vu ncret lying on the Mouthwett tide !or external use. Zemo where Sunday Schools are held, begin of the llereu. Flat tiau A Hound Mtone counrelief and permanently cures any form ty road, and about 610 ucret lying on tho ning Monday night, at 7:30. These ser tald road. The three Itching, Skin or Scalp disease. All Northeast side of lie offered teparately und ot land will vices will be of an evangelistic nature if I unlmprorsd Druggists. Write for sample. E. W, tbenata whole. This landHat a fine young ausand will be conducted under the except a small box house. growth of white oak, some hickory, upoplar lose Med. Co.. St. Louis. Mo. Sunday pices of the Boyle County ucret and pine. There it about I'M to with everlasting water, and can The following is G. L PENNY'S DRUG STORE. level land, Hue ranch for sheen and cattle. School Association. tm i.ihiIh a the assignment of the different pastors The tale w 111 be mudeon the nremlset.m'ar ninuun, the ikix nouse.one miieirom iiuuiib deed li to the various schoolhouses: Rev. H. TKH.MH. One half cath when made, the remainder In tw o equul payment! Hill on the Lex C. Garrison to Walnut win, iver rent. Interest till onld. nolet with ington road; Rev. E. M. Green to Wilgood surety and leln retalmd on the laud. Title good. low Grove on the Stanford road; Rev. nno ror luriuerintormaiion cu ou or Duger, W. 1'. l'rewltt, llereu. Ky. HurrlMiii anyone J. Q. A. McDowell to Scudder on the who lliet near the farm, will thow before Perryville road; Rev. J. P. Strother to over It whowltbet to look at tame the day of tule. Hale to begin at II A. M. Franklin on the Shakertown road. AdA. W.TITUH.l!err,Ky. pain-racke- d NOTICE. NOTICE d gnei-strlck- en i (m? Ymxm flA SALE Fur-nlihl- v MEET. I Ptiv (i JtlB B. D. CARTER. on Ml-o-- l SALE Please the Boys. M'M4"4 store-hous- d; J. J. BELDEN, NOTICEI PUBLIC SALE In-s- Why not please a child when it is not to his injury. Our clothes always please the little fellows. The Trim-mine- Manish Styles suit them. Knickerbocker trousers with every suit at $3.50, $5, $7.50 and $10. Wp have ahout lOO suits most all sizes. with plain straight botton trousers. Splendid on tne price to ciose mem scnooi suits, at out, they are real bargains for school suits. Anyway let us show them to you. i- grand-mothe- r, RENTI Heart Strength -a SALE H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. O. L. l'cnny K. 11. Collcy Dr. Shoop's K. K. Coleman Restorative PUBLIC SALE Creditors' Notice Vinolf The Cod Liver Preparation WithoutlOil, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder oUHealttfand. l" ; Strtngth. It is Especially Useful) For Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guarantee at Zr par-ce- lt PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Itanford, Kentucky. $1.2 CINCINNATI AND RETURN VIA W. P. l'rewltt, Auct., Herea, Ky. nrmm encriNr a. Oct. 24th. Leaving Jum'jm City y A.M. SPECIAL TRAIN 6:00 AtK TICKIT ACINI FOR fAITICUUM We, whose names appear below, strictly forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of trespassing on our placet and w III prosecute violator! to the full extent of th. law. Mitt Mottle Hewet, Ilelcbenbach Hrot. A. T. Tray lor. Fred llaumann, N. II. riummer. j.UDuruiioocu, It. (), Nunuelley. Will Hester, J. W. l'eck. J, W. Huugbnian, David Htevent, J. K. Ilruce, Wm.Uordler. JohnUameuIscu, M. D. KJniore. Dan Traylor, Fred Handorf. flotllbuilck. H. M. J, J, Thompson, Mr, and Mr.Anderson. Jat. 11. Kadi J.K. Moter, .Mrs, j. iiuriuii A, KlIAtlk ilrs. (leo. Ixigiin. J.J.KIIIott. Frank Cordler, W, It. Huugherty, lir.d.O. I'erry. ltev. Father Leo, H. II. llaughmun, II. W.tialnet. A. II. Allirlgiit. I'rlahMargaret Uoocll, Jacob IIOOI, Ouuder Mrs. W.H.Truylor (leo.tMiiveiit, joiin juier, Ham Roberts. M.J. Holmnnu, Amend Hchttefer, A. It. Matheny K.T. lleuiley Mrs. J. II. Owsley, I.. H. (lamer, II. L. Foguley, M. J..Morgan, ll.O. Watklni, H.T.Harris, It. ll.Orow. O, Hundley. J. U. K. Mct'lure. Mrt. Nannie II. Good, Anton llonecker, AudertoiiUurr, Fnd Vondrueulgan Dlshon, W. M. Xf.i lfntM Alllll T. L. liuugumun irs, Ilebecca It. Uurpeiiter Miouiutt. j. r. Moter, W. Kooats. nwviers. JohnM. Lee, Tom F.rrlll, Christian Jacob, Frel I'ayk. W. W. ritiuan, J.NolnO.rter, Alex tloo per. U, II. ljeubuui, I ANYONE H PJ Can mix Cuircc, but proper Wending ing ami rost- - H BJ rjuircs years of experience. Many yean of B BJ BJ I H thought and study have made CII ASK liOKN'S ."Stal Brand" Colleo vim t it the most delicioiiB of nil it BAN is H BJ ,1 today! blends. .. "W. II. Higgins is thu only place in town here you can, get it.' I I W. H. i. HIGGINS, I Stanford. Kentucky. I v ijir'pujrTiEp "U1Q ,'Vj',f- - -- jt. A New Top Coat. - 3 V As n finishing touch to your Fnll togs add ono of our new Fall Coats In Plain and Novelty effect. Only one of ench HiJH itylo in theks swell conti, so no ono will have ono just like yours. Oomo in and try ono on, you will want one. Our line of Coats embraces all styles and prices from 8.1.50 to 825.00. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. SrANroiin, Ky., The very shoe you want can bo found & SON. some STANFORD KY. I Wanted, country bacon at at White's store. -m White's store. m $200 REWARD CJov. ni-i- - Everyiiody wants thai Davenport. Oct. 22, 1000 Cummins & Wearen. Wlllsonwlll pay jo for the nrrest New colors in mens' and boy's hats. nml conviction of the pnrty who murdered Jmnes A. Kngletnnn nt Kings Mountain Cummins & Wearen. this pint Hummer, If more thnn one, p L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Nttrti Wanted, some nice, clean country I Some great bargains in box piper are butter ar White's store. being closed out 10 moico room lor new Wonik thepntronnge of our friends nml you ever D. Eads & Sons' sale toTHE best suit of underwear Attend J. stock at l'cnny's Drue Store. neighbor! day. See elsewhere what is to be dis- ttock. It ! for our selected. clean,nursery saw for $1 at White's store. thrifty rnrefullr and well grown. Prices are rensonnhle. Adposed of. PERSONALS. dress J. A.McKEK. Mrs. Fan.-nl- o Don't forget the sale of Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky. ALL those desiring to take china Hubble, Adm'x , near Turncrsvillo Mns. Geo. I'. Bbioiit Is qulto sick. painting will pieaso call on me at my Mr. H. J. McIIoiiekts Is quito sick, home at once. Mrs. Catherine McClary. LEU HUPLEY is clerking for Sam Hob Kor 1510 my fnrm of tt ncres nt Crnh You can't beat our line of Shoes for Comfort, Quality, Style We are prepared to make beautiful u ncres of fine tohncco Innd, inson. for corn, mndnw nnd pnture. Kor old brass kettles. W. To Printers. This office has for sale nnd Low Prices. We have the strongest lino of Ladies' and Is the jardinlcrs out of further Informntlon call on J. Mns. D. J. Williams, of Ford, a lot of display and body typo which has Ornb Orchard, Ky., or nddress Ward Moore. K. Warner. mo Ht Children's Shoe? in Patents, Vicis, Velours, Tans, Ac, that truest of Mrs. Itotcrt Scuddcr. X.C'. been used very littlo, a medium sized t'HAH. H.MINOI.KTON. Midshipman It. C. Sauflby, of the wo have ever carried. Most any color you want in' Siiedo top. Leslie Anderson, of tho East End, imposing stone, a lot of cases, and sevNavy, is with his parents here. contributed an interesting article to the eral cone pulleys. Will go cheap if sold We invite your inspection. Eczema is Curable Mrs. W. S. Deniiam has returned Somerset Journal on tho old Whitley at once. Interior preparation foi Journal office, ZEMO, a scientificitching instantly Men, don't forget wo repres-en- t two of the best Tailoring from a visit to relatives in Hoyle. house near Crab Orchard. external use. Stops Stanford, Ky. and destroys the germs that cause akin concerns in the country and guarantee Fit, Quality nml Price. Mrs. A. G. Eastiand, of Louisville, The Ladies' Aid Society of the ChrisIs visiting her many friend here. Our old friend and correspondent, diseases. Eczema quickly yields and ic is suffering tian church will meet with Miss Alieo Squire Thomas S. Benson, was nomi- permanently cured by this remarkable Mrs. Uessie Hardin Beazloy at 2 P. M. Saturday afternoon. nated for magistrate by tho democrats tnedicina. All Druggists. Write for samfrom a rising on one of her thumbs. ple. E. W. Rose Med. Co., St. Louis, Ma of the Middleburg district of Casey, and Mrs. W. II. Brown, of Liberty, is A full attendance is desired. Penny's Drug Store. the guest of Mrs. Levi Myers and fam Mr. Cale Hrown, of Hustonville here's hoping ho will win by a large Hy. I boueht tho T. J. Robinson farm of 15: majority. Ho has held tho office beMrs. Jack Cover is visiting her acres, two miles from Hustonville, near fore and filled it with credit alike to himself and the county. daughter, Mrs. W. Worsham, at Cor the Danville pike, at $G6 G5. Havlnit decided to mme to Ktiinfnnl. I will tell privately lu ncres of lnnd on tho bin. W. P. KlNCAID, the tobacco buyer, Somerset pike, four miles from Htunloril. cot IfnOrOVed nlth new hntll. of fnur rnnm. For Sale. Beautiful Dr. J. F. Peyton Is attending the tells us that he has bought Robert Scud-der- 's nnd ouUiulldlnga. Ahundunt wnter nnd State Medical Society meeting in Louis tace. carden. barn lot and barn, on Lo fencing good. All of the land Is In gran crop of tobacco, about 15,000 except Hi ncret which It In whent. Kor ean avenue. Prico and terms to suit ville. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. piirtlculnm to ' pounds, at 13c. By the way, Mr. Kin further Stanford, KycallIt.on or write 1. J. L. C. Saufley, of liar purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Jnrvlf, K. I). No. Mrs. Hoiiert m m caid asks us to say that ho will bo at rodsburg, spent yesterday with Mrs. J. Farm For Sale. -- 113 acres. The Stanford on Thursday, Friday and SatC. McClary. best tobacco, corn and hog farm in urday of each week and should he be Miss Fannie Gumm, of Itichmond, Madison country. Seven miles from wanted the first part of any week he was the guest of the Misses Lutes at Richmond. Public sale Tuesday Nov. can bo reached through James C. Rcid Dy virtue of n judgment of the Lincoln Hustonville. tjuarterly Court. In fnvorof xoniN, 23rd, at 2 r. M. B. W. Sturdevant, at the St. Asaph Hotel or Chief of is here from Stonega, J. It. I. or one of my depJohn T. Jones uties, will, on Monday, the 9 tli day of No Cottonburg, Ky. B. D. Carter. Va., to see his mother, Mrs. It. G, ember. lnw. twtweeu the hours of o'clock i'. m. nnd i o'clock i m nt the court-hou- e Jones, who continues ill. "You will please discontinue my adThe Presiiyterian Union. The un- door In Stanford, county of Lincoln, Kv been vertisement. It secured for me visitors ion of tho Societies of Transylvania expose to public tale to the highest bidder, Miss Mary Portman, who has the following property (or m thereof the guest of Miss Pearl Gentry, return and correspondents from n good many Presbytery aro holding their annual ses- nt may Iw necessary to satisfymuch nmount the nnd costs.) my farm. Send me sion in tho Presbyterian church. Ser- of the l'lnlutlfT'sdebt, InUrest, colt named ed to her home in Louisville. States. I have sold One bay sorrel colt named Messrs. T. A. Kice and J. H. Shanks your charges by mail and here is hop- vices at 10 a. M 1:30 P. M. and 7:30 p. "Hilly Holmes," "John is.) earmold tiny colt namspent several days with Hon and Mrs, ing for you and your much appreciated M. The exercises aro Interesting and ed "LUIton," buy filly 3 years old nnd 15 "Hard Wear in every pair." It is made of soft, pliable chrome tanned hands high, i weanling II. K. Bourne, at New Castle. paper the best that is coming," writes instructive. The women aro in session will lie sold subject to acoll. This property mortgage now ex- waterproof leather, the finest and most durablo of all .leather for heavy isting Mr. Howard Early and bride, who Mr. J. S. Carpenter, of tho West End. during tho day. I.ast night Drs. Boggs nnd ofon same in fin or of A. T. Nunnellvy record in clerk's office of Lincoln s was Miss Mabel Williams, took tho county court In mortgage book M, page Sic, wear. and Kinnaird told of tho mountain If you want a Shoe" that will give you perfect satisfaction, try n The manager of the opera house has work. It is a subject which should apTeumh. Hale will be miide on a credit of train here for Corbin Wednesday. three months, lond with approved security pair. We believctliis Shoe been compelled to conccl two shows and will last you much lonccr than six months 'but Mr. Alexander Tninni.E, of June required, liearlng Interest at the rnte of 8 -, of peal to every Kentuckian. percent, per annum from day '" rtf--r snie, and tion City, spent a few hours Tuesday turn down three others on account Friday, Dr. G. W. Painter will lecture having the force and effect of aoftalo loud, wo will guarantee that you get at least six mouths wear aud satisfaction. with his relative, Judge W. A. Tribble. the electric light plant being shut on Foreign missions. Ho has been in this 1Mb day of October, W. t T. J. HILL, H. L. O. Miss Dollie Good, who has been down. The opera house is not a pay- China many years and we bespeak for with her sister, Mrs. U. D. Carter, re- ing investment at best and it is pretty all who hear him an interesting evetough on the management to bo com! turned to her home In Boylo ning. The public is cordially invited. pelled to deny good attractions the use . Too Cheap. Tuesday afternoon a Mrs. Nancy Herring and Miss Jes- of the house. Negro giving his namo as John Fisher sie Perrin, of Camden Point, Mo , and Mrs. Dorcas Walker, of Walker. We will offer for Mrs. C. Woodson, of Kansas City, arc Lancaster, relict of Judge William E. drove two good stecrj to town and offer best bidder some sale to the highest nml valuable horses and mules ed to sell them to Land & Buchanan on guests of Mrs. 9. J. Embry. Walker, died at the homo of herdaugh- for $37.50. As they aro worth nearly Or. W. M. Doores has returned ter. Mrs. George u. Kobinson, near Pitt DA Y. OCT. it, lmi, from a protracted visit to his daughter, Gilberts Creek, of pneumonia, aged C5, double that, Mr. Land suspected that of the ' Mrs. M. Livingston, in Chicago, and is One tor there was something wrong and sent consistingluvenrs following rel mare, She is survived by six children: Attor old. good driver and safe for Sheriff T. J. Hill. The officer In foal by lllnck Joe; limy mare In foal by at the St. Asaph for the Winter. L. Walker, Mrs. Georgo U noy Lewis black Joe, extra good brood mare, her colts Mrs. Curtis Gover. of Crab Orch Robinson. William O. Walker, Green questioned the Negro closely and, sat Iways being blue tie winners nnd perfectly was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Clay Walker. Horace Walker and Miss isfied that he was prevaricating, turn sale for women to drive; 1 brood mare. In ard, foal to Jack; filly, Anna ed him over to Jailer Coffey. Fisher Dare; she has taken blue ties from n suckFrank Grow and other relatives here Nancy Walker. ling, taking second money In the model claimed to livo in Danville but ho was ring nt n yearling, with 13 entries. In foal by Saturday and Sunday. Wilmoro Cor, lllnck Joe.sbe by Dignity Dnre; two-- j Mr. Jos. G. Hackley. who recently not nblo to give tho namo of a soul oll! filly by Terry Dnre, In foal by lllnck enrJessamine Journal. Joe. good one. Illlles,good Dr. J. H. Durham, of Bryantsville, returned from Europe, was fortunate there. Land & Buchanan aro caring Hhe ts n suckling Two)tnrllng good mule, and ii one; 1 onesjl is attending the Masonic Grand Lodge to havo sailed on thoMaurctania, which for the cattle and will turn them over suckling horse colt by lleau Kahotli and ti He is accom made a record crossing, notwithstand to the owner on tho receipt of their nice one; 1 pair good) earllng mules, 1 two In Louisville this week. panied by his wife and Miss Pearl Al ing a gale encumbered tho progress in feed bill and other expenses incurred. year-ol- to sorrel horse. All the drive well. One benutlful black broke dridgc, of this place. stallion, lllnck Joe, a years old, by the noted WAYNESBURG, KY. The time of four days, 10 Uit, nnd n Carroll Judge F. R. Feland, of Lawronce-hnrt- r. Lincoln County Medical Society l'retton his owner half brother tofor him The 1'reston, refining S.I,'K visited his uncle. Mr. J. T. Hack. hours and G5 minutes, was the quickest (El will beat the tale nnd Ih) sure to see him. met in Dr. J. F. Peyton's office with One extra good brood mure, II years old. In lev. at the judge'a old homo place. He over mado by any ship across the At Over the following members present: Drs. fonl by lllnck Joe; 1 filly colt by said mare, was en route to Pineville where he is lantic. The Mauretania will not try tVs months old by old Preston; 1 yearling M. M. Phillips, E. J. Brown, T. S. Ken horse by Antecarlo; I nged torrel miire.ilam holding court as special judge. again this winter to beat her record. of ltubber,!lu; Hilly Wilton. S:i, i. nedy, J. G. Carpenter, J. F. Peyton, liny mare liy Wllkvs Ilov, bred Dr. A. K. Caldwell, R. Curtis, C. O. Gooeh, H. II. Sthplcton, LOCALS. George W. Logan has bought of Stanford; Edward Alcorn, Bertie Car toH. T. llarrls'Jack. Hrown mare, 8 years J. V. Wheeldon, Dr. J. W. Acton, G. W. Leach, Jas. A. Hayes, old, by Wilton, dam Wilkes Hoy, farmed to M. U.Cecil, for in penter, J. C Barker, Hustonville; Henry D. and J. M. Phillips a half M K. Wheeldon, L. G. Gooch. i The best chewing tobacto at White's tcrest in their store on East Main street Leo Pipes, Morcland; J. W. Acton, Hale to begin nt I o'clock. Terms made known on day of tale nnd very liberal. store. and invoicing has already begun. Tho Kings Mountain; T. II. Singleton, J. D. KADS A HON, Htanford, Ky. J. P. Chandler, Auct. Dr. Pennington, Barbonrville; L. G. Gooeh, President. M. E. Wheeldon, .Tas. A. Hayes, V. Fresh evaporated fruit at Georgo D. Arm name is Phillips & Logan and wo Presidents. Stanley Mcintosh, Cashier. bespeak for the gentlemen composing and W. F. Hickle, Hubble. Dr. J. G. Hopper's. it a continuance of the liberal patron- Carpenter gave a highly entertaining The otllcers of this bank extend a cordial Invitation for your Wanted, to borrow $400 for six age which Phillips Bros, have enjoyed. lecture, subject: "General Surgery." patronago. your account Is respectfully solicited whether largo This office. months. or small polite treatment and satisfactory results are assured. The Messrs. Phillips would greatly ap- This lecture was enjoyed and discussed Personal interviews and correspondence solicited. Antonio Longo (was fined $30 for preciate it if all those who owo them by all present. Tho society voted to meet in Stanford on the second Tues I selling Cream of Hops and Malt Mead would call and settle. day in December, at which time the in Danville. headed following program will be The Citizens Reform Ticket, rendered: ?10 acres land, well located, fairly well I in. IT will pay you to tako a look at our by that splendid gentleman and busi Dr. E. J. Brown, "Pernicous Vomihigh ttateof cultivation, most all ness man, Mr. ii. J, Mcltoocrts, lor ting." Dr. J. W. ACTON. heav footwear before buying your Alberta Carpenter. "Cause firoved. In abundance of cood stock water M. G.IMURPHY. uu mayor, was not gotten up in tho inter lurmsneu iroiu never.iaiuni: iurimri:a)ui winter shoes. Cummins & Wearen. Peyton, "Treat- - SUU of Cancer." Dr. J. F. of hay, farm barrels corn. Hacks est of any candidate for marshal, city Cancer." Dr. T. S. Kennedy, ing implements, etc II inriu is not sold privately will be offered publicly at uiy talv The I. J. man hopes to meet many of attorney, clerk or other office. In fact ment of "The Use of the X Ray in Surgery, his patrons at Lancaster court. If you Mr. McRoberts told us that should he The society then adjourned to meet 1. are behind with your paper pieaso seo find out even on the morning of the Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1909. around the festal board at The Seel him. election that pledges had been made by Our prices on all Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Cups, Men's Odd Punts anil bach during the State Medical Associa To those nt a distance will sny that this any of tho candidates on his ticket for farm It loomed nt More land station, Lincoln county. Ky.,ou the Q.AC Hy.; good hotel Notions will bo greatly reduced until Nov. 1st and then there will' bo a The Lincoln County Fair Association councilmen to anybody for any office he tion. W. F. Hickle, Sec'y. iiccommouatluiu at Morelanu. This ts a change in our business that wo are confident will mean much to our customwill sell to tho highest bidder on Saturtale of would withdraw from tho race. The The 1009 pool of the Burloy Tobacco closing out suckling farm stock and crop. ers us well us to us. It will bo to your advantage to trade with us, as wo colts, t g.year.uld Jen. Pour jennet 30, at 3 P. M.. their amphi day, Oct. lennets.luged Juunets, 11 will savo you money ou each purchasa. Prepare yourself and family for gentlemen on tho Citizens Reform Tick Society closed Wednesday. While no nets, 3 theatre and all buildings, fence, etc. from t tutl)eur old. I havo no desire bbvo to servo the peo figures have been given out by tho of- ieunett jucM suckling Jnckcoltt, the Winter. Now while you can savo money, givo us a trial and let us Same will bo sold separately and as a et mures, mule mares, registered ple of Stanford and make the town big- ficials of tho Burley Tobacco Society, thoroughbred brood mare, 1 1 registered show you what wo will do for you. Wo waut moro Cash tratle and aro mak whole. ger and better. They will vote for tho it was stated that cnormons gains hud standard bred trotting mare, 1 two.enr.old iug tho reductions us inducements to thoso raying Cash, feeling that those filly, 1 registered standard bred We aro holding a rod steer, which best men for tho various offices of tho been mado since October 1. At that trotting lllly, standard bred Cash are entitled to goods at a smaller murgiu of profit than those registered trotting horse, 3 pair t year old paying weighs about 850 iound, and a spotted town after their election, should they time 101,230 acres had been pledged. work mules, i pair J year old work mules, I buying ON TIME. So if you have money to spend call and get our Cash ono weighing about 900, which tho own- bo so fortunate as to win. Then, and Charles Williams, foreman of con- pair 1 year old liorsu mules, 1 extra good prices on auythiug you want either dry good, notions, queeus- walking horse. This small herd of lacks nnd er can get by describing, paying for not until then, J need any candidate struction for tho L. & N. railroad's new Jennets are of the very lest stock In Ken wtiro or hardware. Do not fail to watch this spaco for the chaugo in our und The gentlemen on this ticket are line being built into tho mountains of tucky tomethis ts an opportunitytofor man business Nov, l6t this notice and their keep. Wo got to get start on foundation ttock tried them from a Negro giving his name as not running because they want office, Eastern Kentucky, was shot by un- All these Jennets that !me lieen wo are extru dead on the regular breeders und there are J John Fisher and we believe he stole fbut because they havo been earnestly known men and left for Leo county. guvu jviiuvt jiicks ill lut uurrvu. iui saiu ground near Heidelberg, will commence promptly ntv o'clock A, u. them. Land & Buchanan, Stanford, solicited by a great many of our best Williams will probably die from his ouOct,, lvuw. ttAinla n rift sin Ky. 11. U. KIKU, Morvlaua, Ky. wounds. I m m home-grown Look at tho Ideal, the shoe that don't pinch. At Whito's store. NOTICE SHOES! & FOR RENT! For Sale Privately HUGHES, MARTIN CO., five-roo- Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, SHERIFF'S SALEI Po-lic- o Cn.tol-loagnln- tt 1 HARDWARE SHOE ! t: Hm-ed,- 1 3- ear-ol- d 1 m -- t, -- Horse and Mule Sale W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1 1 ,j,7""www'',wwM,Mfff'M(MW( The Waynesburg DepositBanK, Inc., Capital, 915.000. Surplus Profits $2500. Resources 900,000. Directors: Officers: d mid-ocea- 5w'fti Winches-ter.sillf'- m m Splendid Farm At Auction hi l- ear-ol- d 1 i1' Murphy (El Acton, Cut Prices Until Nov. gro-eric- B, ap-pl- MURPHY ""' Kings Mountain Ky & ACTON, A - - fc ,.V. A s if f" r -- ya- - V The Interior Journal. Mntrrtdinthi tmnd-clanatter . tt Port-Offi- BRODHEAD. POLITICAL. at Stanford a President Taft spent several days on W. Hutchison has returned from a business trip to Loulsjjllo and Cincin- the big ranch of his half brother, Chas. J. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell privately my .took ot (Iro eerie, and Hardware. loln a good busi ness, will invoice about ,ifM. Heaion in neaiin, OKO. V, HOPPEIt, Htanford, Ky. nati, L. 5N, TITOETHBLE No. ll.Houth.lllMP. V. No.SI.Mouth.lltfM A M. No. Jl, North, :o A. M. No. St, North, 6:37 P. . Ko.S7,ln;l7 A. M. No.!tt,I:Wr. M. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRobcrts' Drug Store in tho Owsley Building. KThefnrmof 140 acres, of Rood blue gran lann, iins vuy 111110 unu ui inuniiuituu the Htanfonl pike. Improvement, and fencing Rood; plenty of wnter anil fruit. Alto 12S Acre, of timbered land one mile Enitot .McKlnnor'.hnlt under fence; plenty of wnter find good tobneco Innd. 8eo grow J.A.OIVKNH.AKent, nficrop. McKJnney.Ky, FARM FOR SALE a. I Fall and Winter Stock. perience. Then your clothes, betbern low price business ult or the flnest evening clothe., will bnve that Individuality and fit which plainly Indicate they were maae 10 your'meaiure. I will alio take your measure for extra trou.era, fnncy vests, top coats, and overcoat.. Fall and winter .ample, on band ready for your lmpectlon. H.O. IIUFLET, The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. JlRve'TOur measure tnken by a tailor of ex- CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! I canfurnlth the public with the best. a. well a. the freshest of cut flower., plant, of nil ktndi, bulb., potted flower., on abort notice. Also mnko a specialty of wreath, for for funeral purpose.. In connection with the above, I have all kind, of vegetable, on bnnd at reasonable price.. CHIUHTMAN OUKEN ItOUBEH. Kn IlunnAiin, I'boh. Htanford, Ky. Insuris Ttkacca ami TibacM Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, larnt. STANFORD, KY. Residence Pboqe 36: Office, K. Insure with me and bo fully protected. CONCRETING flrst-cla- W. B. Buford declined tho nomination for Representative on tho republican ticket In Jessamine. Hon. J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond, spoke In tho Interest of tho democratic county ticket at Nicholasville Monday. Appellate Judges T. J. Nunn, W. E. Settle and John M. Lassing have no opposition from the republicans and their Consideration $700. Matt Bowling, Emery Albright, Al election Is guaranteed. bert Hlatt, Jno. Hobins and Dra. W. E, Frightful Fato Averted. Gravely and 0. 0. Stono are attending cripple for "I would havo been a ?Sh tho Grand Lodge of Free Masons in my kneo life, from a ternblo cut Louisville this week. daughter of Mr. cap," writes Frank Dlsbury, Kelllher, The John Dillingham, of the Saycrs section. Minn., "without Hucklcn's Arnica has pneumonia fever. Born to Mr. and Salve, which soon cured me." Infal-llbl- o for wounds, cuts and bruises, It Mrs. John Harris, of the Saycrs secsoon cures burns, scalds, old sores, tion on the 19th, a son. Mr. Bales Anderson, wife and son, bolls, skin eruptions. World's best Henry, have been called to Preachers- - for piles. 2oo at Penny's Drug Storo. villo on account of the severe illness of It is said that 22,000,000 people spoko a daughter and a Bister, Mrs. Roy Rob- - English at the beginning of tho 19th Ins, who has typhoid fever. century and that now more than 100,- Albert Roberts, a highly respected 000,000 people use it. farmer living near here, after four daya Pains of women, nead pains, or of intenso suffering died, and was buried in the Christian church cemetery pain stopped In 20 minute, sure, with Tuesday, Rev. A. J. Pike conducting Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo the funeral services. Mr. Roberts was full formula on 25c box. Sold by about 43 years of age. He leaves a Penny's Drug Store. wife and several children. Mrs. B. R. Wilmott, Miss Sallic Rob FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN erts, Granville Lecce and wife and TY FOR SALE ! Frank Brooks have been with relatives in Somerset. Mrs. J. H. Hilton and A nne blue, atrass farm for sale situated on alx miles newplke daughter, Miss Ethel, of Stanford, south of near l'olnt Ieavull find SOU ncre., Lancaster, containing were with relatives here. Miss Rissee well located In Rood neighborhood, beinge or Walker tract. It hahand-aomWilliams, of Mt. Vernon, was the guest part new, .even-rooresidence necessary outbuildings and of Miss Willie Benton Wednesday. thereon, with nil WxfM. Well wntered. alx good, new tarn George Hill and wife, of Lebanon, have never falling springs and creek running through. been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Per Tkumh. S cnh In hand, balance, on and tsvoyear. from day of sale, bearing alx per Shelton. cent lntereat until nld. D. N. Williams, of Mt. Vernon, Mr. lVrsona looking for .uch place please write W.O. Walkkk, Htanford. has announced himself a candidate for or.ee county court clerk. Mr. Williams fails to state in his announcement upon what ticket he is running but we presume the democratic. He was clerk of this coun tlldco nnd ty from 1873 to 18S2 and made as good WooJ an officer as ever kept books and though Fsthr, Tallow, Buiwu, Cioienr. he is now up in years, his mind is as CoUenSsjl. YtOcrwRwt .MtyAp;!, dealer. I Wild Ginger, etc Wc bright as ever and his competency has r U a csuury id nubCihsJ u not been shaken by age. He is the Louwv21" ted caa do better for you iHaa father of Attorney C. C. Williams, of Rrferenc. asrLti cr cccauisBon orrchanti. Mt. Vernon, and.Judge R. G. Williams, any EUck m Loujvule. Vrtfs rUy pnes liri .ed rliBB. tin- of Covington. M. SabblAc Sons. tin-Joh-n two-stor- y Tho atone buttmenta for the new foot bridge across Dix River nt this place have been comnletted and tho wood work is now kctng put up. J. M. Adams has bought of Mrs Florence Ponder a small tract of land lying on south sido of State road In East Urodhcad. Number of acres not known. m P. Taft, In Texas. FARMS FOR SALE at Jumlo, Lincoln County, ! 1 w lah to sell privately my farm of M acre, Ky. four mile, from McKlnner, Has on It iiood livrnom dwelling, good iMxrn, cellar, spring house, line watiT, etc. I.and lain hlglistnt.i of cultivation. Also have four other mall farm. for sale. All well Improved. Term, satis factory, U.O.HIPPI.K, Htanford, Ky 11. P. 1). No. S. C. J3. PRUITT. Moroland, Kontucky, New Fall Line Millinery now in, Also Jvew Furniture coming in nl most daily. G. 11. l'lttmr, Morclanil, Ky. tfcnwiKUrrLOTHu Harry Jacobs, Iealer In and Manufacturer o Wo nro now rcaily to oliow yon one of the bc.t line of and Children' Clothe ever hown tho neoplo for the lowest from line of Overcoat mid Crorancttc new nnd Markers and l'ostt. Cemetery and fjiwn Good values. Conic iu ami let us show you. Am sure you Vases and Hettees. ,onico and work., Ky. wiih this line. Marblo and Granite Monu- ments, Men', Youth,' price. Alo n $7.60 to 920. will bo plcacd Dinwiddie SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. .. & Go. CIk Lincoln county national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. FURS luv-"Or- tRt Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Capital, Embalmers. We car- Surplus, ry an line Resources, up-to-date fr $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 - FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. 229 E. Marie! St. LCUIiwLlE.Kir. i of goods. Insures Tobacco, bacco Barns, Hemp, Farm Kinds Property, Everything, Everywhere. ning, Fire, Tornado, Life.Live Stock, Health and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Idis-cou- nt. Joe Turner, of the Junction City We are In position to do nil kind, of con- neighborhood, produced 21 barrels of creting, .ucu as lllock Work, Pavement. corn on one acre of land. Advocate. and. In fact, we can make any thing from t home down to a fence post. We enn ere Estkayed. Three barrow hogs, you promptly and guarantee Halng .uffered considerable annoyance work and material. Oall and get our prices black spotted, weigh about 230, crap off and damnge from outlaw.. In breaking gate oeiore ou Duy your material at teusi. latche. nnd tearing down and left ears. Liberal reward. E. T. niv sntea. nn the county roud destroying that runs Pence. through mv furm, I hate concluded to otter u reward lor iniormaiioa leaauig iu m At the opening sales of loose tobacco conviction of such person or persons. I for Inforwill therefore glie the sum at the Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco mation leading to the arrestof pi conviction and Stauford, Ky. Warehouse Wednesday prices ranged of any party or parties, that have broken my gatet.orthat hae from 8 to 18c. All of the tobacco of- the latche. on liny of .awed down or torn down any of my gate, on the county road which runs from tho fered come from Casey county. Hustonvllle turnpike to the Mllledgevllle W. H. Murphy sold to the Huston- - turnpike, through my farmland I will give leading the name amount for Information party or villo Roller Mill Co. 300 bushels of to the arrest and conviction of any pnrtle. who In wheat at $1.20 and to B. D. Holtzclaw uliove otTente.. the future commit any of the R. B. MAHONY Wltne.. tuy hand this 10th day of August, To- a bunch of hogs at Gjc and a bull at 3 Jc. lrj. T.J.HII.l.,Hll. He bought of Mr. H. a bull for $30. W. P. Kincaid, the independent tobacco buyer, has bought over 100,000 of All pounds of tobacco in Lincoln at 10 to 13Jc. He showed us a sample of Dan Light- Traylor's crop, which is very fine 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 $05. It contains over 200 acres and sold two or three years ago at $35. REWARD. Tie slate University, Lexington, Ky. S: J. B. PAXTON, H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT- W.M. BRJGHT, J- CASHIER, W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. DIREOTORSl PHILLIPS BROS., INSURANCE. Bring Your MATRIMONIAL. Charles Chambers and Miss Eva Sin gleton were made one at Rev. J. M. Cook's on the 17th. A. M. Durham, of Garrard, and Miss Annie Magee, of London, eloped to Jel- lieo and were married. James Albert Reed and Miss Rexle Gerkey, both of the Highland section, were married at Rev. J. M. Cook's by that gentleman Wednesday. Printing To J,L.Beazley&Co., BBBBBBBBBBBBBJBBBBBBKBBBBBb The Htute I'nlverslly, Lexington, Ky.. of fers the following courses, namely. AgricuJ. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shank, Stauford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford ltural, Mechanical Knulnwrlnii.cn II Klectrlcal Knglneerlng, Mining John B. Foster, Stanford; V. II. Shank, Stanford; T. C. RanEngineering. Classical and ."ven Hclentttlc kin, Lancaster; J. It. Pax ton, Stanford; W. II. Trnylor, courses, each ot which extends oer four yenrsand leads to a Bachelor's degree; also L. Hubble, Lancaster; GilberU Creek; V. a Department of I J and a lk'arliiH'iit of established Kducatlon, which last hasU-vII. Cummiua, I'reachenvillc; Lilburu Instead of the Normal Mcliool. Cersnnswhn Gooch, Gilbert Creek. enter this department prepare furadtanced work In pedagogy and are granted a Bachelor's degree til this subject when completed. The Academy for preparatory Instruction I. retained. County appointees receive free tuition, privilege of residence in the dormitories, fuel and light, traveling expenses, It they remain 10 cunsecutho months.orone collegiate) ear. Thelatioratortes and museum are large, well equipped, comprehenslse and modern Military hclence Is fully provided for as required by Congress. The graduates In the several courses of study readily llnd employment with liberal The Coflee with tho Strength, Flavor and Aroma. For the uext HO day, remuneration. The total number ot mawe will give triculates for last year was UKH. Kach ha. a specialist at Its head, with the necessary uumlierof assistants. Young women nnd nu excellent home, 1 Five Pound Coffee at IJ5j with board and lodging. In Patterson Hall, 75 which I. well equipped with all the modern 1 SO 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Pot at 81.50 for physical consenlencea, bathroom, hall culture, at Hwr week. All course. uf study lu the I'nlverslty are open to women on Identical conditions with those applying to 83 25 males, The completion of the Agricultural, MinFor thirty day you eave ing Engineering. Laborilory and Kducatlon buildings alfonl ample and commodious quarters for the.e deartments. which aro rapidly tncreustng In lhenumlerof matriculate.. For catalogues, methods of obtaining appointments. Information regarding courses of study and terms of admission, apply to Ja.. K. I'attehhox, J'h. 1)., LL. I)., Pre.., or to I). U. Kuaiee, Hustnes. Agent, It 81-2- GIVE IT A TRIAL. Fall Term Begins Sept. 9, '09. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weldon Warren announce the engagement of The INTERIOR HENRY ; Undei Users and Embalrr. er. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Ruge. They will exchange Furniture for Jl Kin la of Stock. Give Them a Call; Prices Right. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. JVlcClary, their daughter, Emma Virginia, to Mr. Charles Frederick Garnett. The wedding will take place the last of No vember. The 50th anniversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. J. Boyle Reid was observed at a six o'clock 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 half century milestone of wedded life. Advocate. WATTERSON'S PAPER H. B. NORTHCOTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All . j JOURNAL Office Weekly Courier -- Journal .AND. Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Iron and Rubber. n nr.ue:iue - 1 9 Money Comes in Bunches. To A. A. Chisolm, of Treadwell, N. Y , now. His reason Is well worth reading: "J or a long time I suffered from Indigestion, torpid liver, constipation, nervousness and general de blllty," he writes, "I couldn't steep, had no appetite nor ambition, grew weaker every day In spite of all medical treatment. Then used Electric Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and rigor. Now I can attend to bublness every day. Its a wonderful medicine." Infallible for stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and nerves. 60o at Penny's Drug Store. a Best The Interior Journal H. B. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR NORTHCOTT, Stanford- RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FARMEU: Make your home as modern for vour familv an a rltv residence, and placo yourself in a nosition 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 tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest ollico or writo direct to headqunrtcis, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are uot at tireseut cniovluir telenhnno service, wa cau immediately iuterest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tenuessce, AUssissippl, .Louisiana aud the Southern portion of Indiana and (IHrOHrOHATKO) Work . ONLY $1.50. t Undertaker; Kmbalmer and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, OaTee Lowest s KY- - ttvjn., lor, lUom:r bons.'e. as m Old papers for sale. This office. Prices Pew people to tba United State. hve not l. (Democratic beard of the la U thlnj.. cle.a ta all la all thing.. tolop, It la essentially a famllj paper, By a .pedal arrangement we are enabled to of one fer the WEEKLY- COUttllR-OUHNA- L year and thl. paper tor the price named above, lead your .ubecrlptloa (or the combination to ue not tc the Oogrler-Journ- a Courier-Journa- ''r t -- fey