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Digital page images are linked to the text file. up tl t r I y THE DTERIOi JOURNAL 0- 0 I VOL XXXVIIr STANFORD KY TUESDAY OCTOBER 20 1909 NO 69 rcJte tbe traigbt ne x1cJcraticTicket on Tuesday November 2 1909 I Arid you will never regret it What some of the leading m of our countyman W L McCARTY the democratic npminee for sheriffySTANFORD KY OCT 211909 Stanford4 IVe think him worthy of your coushleration Very truly J S LOCKER President S T HARRIS Vice President 1909Mrcommend him to all the good peoplo or Lincoln county 1V M BRIGHT Cashier and S IL SHANKS President Lincoln County National Bank can 1909Mrcustomers who was more correct in keeping hiiniioir better informed as to condition of his balance and who was more satisfactory in all your dealings We have Ofteli written our city merchants that any statement make was entitled to full credence that we had always found you upright and reliable and had no hesitation in accommodating for what you needed that you had always met every obligation ds agreed and that we hold you in high esteem Vcry respectfully yours G W Cashier MATRIMONIAL Mill Gertrude Walker aged in and Horace Suter 17 were married at Ow catonJames Smith and Mini Essio Terri were married at the courthouse Satur day by Judge Owslcy Edgar Scott and Miss Lucy Dean aged 10 were married at NIcholasvIllo The brldo was a student at Jessamine Institute The greatgrandchildren of Fountain W Hutlctt aged 71 and Mrs Sarah N Stiffen aged 70 both of Franklin county were tho principal attendants at tho wedding of their grandparents Its A Top Notoh Door Great deeds compel regard Tho world crowns Its doors Thats why the American pooplo have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery tho king of Throat and lung remedies Kvcrv atom is a health forco It kills germs and colds and lagrlpp vanishes It heals coughrackol membranes and coughing stops Sore Inllamcd bron ahUl tuffs and lungs are cured and hemorrhage oaase Dr Goo Moore Dlaok Jack N C writes It cured mo of lung trouble pronounced hopelos by all doctors CO 81 Trial bottle freo Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storage The old saying that lightning never strikes twice in the same place is with out foundation at least In somo in stances says a Glaiow dispatch A year ago lightning struck a treo on tho farm of Squire Petty over In Warren county and killed a fine horse A lit tie later in tho same year lightning again struck tho same tree and killed 30 fine turkeys valued at 160 each Last week lightning again struck this Illfated tree and killed two horses worth 200 It goes without saying y that this tree will be cut down and con vetted Into wood before It has another chance to act as a conductor for light ning w Tho BodRook of Success Lies In a keen clear brain backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy Such power cornea from tho splendid lualth that Dr Kings New Life Pills Impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon Llzemoro W Va writes They arc tho best pills I over used 25e at Pennys Drugstore I The navy Is soon to conduct experl meats In longdistance wireless teleg I raphy Impressed with tho importanco of a system which will in cases of necessity transmit messages from someplace pn the Atlantic seaboard a die tance of 3000 miles the subject was f taken up In earnest j Tho Glasgow Times remarking on Governor Willsons assertion that poll tics will cut no figure in applications for pardon asks that everybody who believes such a statement after his pardon of Powers and others to talk through the telephone at tho same time Health CoffeV1 Is tho cleverest Imitation of real coffco over yet made D r Shoop created It from puro parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine In flavor Is made In just ono minute No 20 or 3d minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Storo r rShe said her hair was all her own Tho jealous cats Responded in disdainful tone Rats A tickling ordrJ cOljh can boqulck ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by- Penny8 Drug Stor- eWaggaI w have found something be aides a candlo that will answer that old riddle the longer it stands the shorter It grows WiggsWhat is t2 Waggs A candidate The longer growsfinancially R 5 t 4 Cl f q- s IKE TERRY Tho above is a good likeness of the republican nominee for jailer of Lin coln county Mr Terry is G2 years of age and was born and reared in Lincoln county Ho has been in the farming and timber business in this county for many vears and by his straightfor ward dealing has mado many friends who regardless of politics wish him woll in his present race Ho is well qualified by nature and tralnfng for the important position for which he Is now a candidate and If elected ho will fill the office with credit to himself and satisfaction to the voters and taxpay ers adv IN NEIGHBORINGCOUNTIES John Keeney aged 80 is dead at SomersetThe in the case of Wm Sparks for killing Joe Jake Collins in Madison disagreed and was dismissed Paris Shotwell with his brother charged with killing Deputy Sheriff Jones at Corbin was held without ball Ernest Baxter aged 18 died at Rich mond of lockjaw following tho piercing of his foot with a piece of wire A few days ago In summing up tho amount of the estate of the lato Judge Vincent forcing for final settlement it has been found that it amounts to 410000 London DemocratCol M Thatcher has returned from Witchlta Kansas where ho dis posedof two town lots for 7COO These lots Col Thatcher had purchased there during tho great boom somo 20 years ago Somerset Journal An Indictment charging embezzlement from tho funds of the Citizens National Bank nt Monticello was re turned in the Federal court at Coving ton against Charles McConaghy former cashier of that Institution- Mr Ed Walker who has been in Louisville under special medidal treat ment will return homo this week We are glad that his condition is improved Messrs Ed and N B Price gave a duck supper in honor of Dr and Mrs A S Price who left Wednesday for their new homo in Stanford Lancaster Record The work of restoring tho monument over tho grave of Daniel Boone in the State cemetery to its original beauty has been completed by the Boone Mon ument Commission created three years ago by the general Assembly Tho medallions or basrelief work on the four sides of tho monument have been re placed An iron fence will be placed about the monument to prevent vandals from defacing it It is tho weak nerves that are cry- Ing out foe help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate tho Heartor Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weaklnslde nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how youesee Pennys Drug Store NEWS NOTES James F Arnold aged 85 is dead at Bardstown Lexington was chosen as the next meeting place of the Kentucky Medical AssociationSix were killed in a headon col listen on the Pennsylvania railroad near Collinsville 0 Dr James II Carlisle the venerable president emeritus of Wofford College Is dead at Spartanburfr S C Robert S Lovett was elected presi dent of tho Union Pacific railroad to succeed the late E II Harriman Earthquake shocks In tho vicinity ot Mt Etna sad the activity of Mt Vesu vius have caused much alarm in Italy Tho five yenr old daughter of William Symonds of Evansville Ind fell Into a tub of hot water and was fatally scaldedA calling himself Francis M Schlatter the Divine Healer was found dead in a hotel at Hastings Neb Doctors say he died of old age He was widely known- Twentyfive persons were drowned following the bursting of a dam at Lake Derkos 30 miles northwest of Constantinople The lake supplies wat er for the capital Dr S C I ham and W B Avant at Georgetown S C were convicted of manslaughter They were charged with tho murder several weeks ago of Dr Bighorns wife John C Roberts recently convicted of counterfeiting and sentenced to serve six years in prison has been indicted on the same charge by the Federal grand jury at Covington Lyman McCarty for the past 10 years assistant general passenger agent of tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Com pany in New York died in that city following an operation for malignant cancerBattling Nelson and Al Wolgast were matched to fight 45 rounds for the worlds lightweight championship on TbonkBgivIng day The fight will take place at Los Angeles before the Pacific Athletic Club Dave McQueen the Negrowho killed Leon Yandell near Lexington confessed to his crime on his arrival at Lexington from East St Louis where ho was are rested He maintains he shot Mr Yan dell In selfdefence At Oklahoma City H H Cooper shot and fatally wounded Drewery A WaN lace a real estato dealer and then for several minutes held at bay a large crowd attracted by the shooting Coop er surrendered to an officer Andrew Carnegie has offered to Sam uel G Dixon Stato Health Commis stoner of Pennsylvania a tract of 450 acres of land on the crest of the Allegheny Mountains near Cresson Pa as a gift In recognition of tho States great fight against tuberculosis After struggling through a large part of the night to dig his way to freedom from the city prison at Baton Rouge La John Dawson finally succeeded in making an opening sufficient for the passage of his body He crawled through only to find that he had broken Into another cell Elijah Wright the aged Virginia murderer who was scheduled as tho last man to be executed by hanging in that State has escaped such a fate as tho result of his third trial at Clint wood in Dickenson county lie was sentenced to 18 years in tho peniten tiary for the murder of William Sifers The Portola festival parade Thursday at San Francisco headed by Don Gas par de Portola and Queen Vergilla was the greatest affair of its kind ever wit neared in that city Twenty thousand persons representing virtually every fraternal municipal and industrial body of the State were in line and as a cosmopolitan feature It was the equal of the military parade of Tuesday in which six nations were represented Ruth So her foreign trip was not a ucceasT VeraOhl dear no Why she didnt even become engaged to a man with a title and a bad record 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 often say once a week or 10 days bothlsuits would wear much longer keep in better order and youd look better dressed all the time Well help you take care ofSyour clothes keep them pressed for you at a very small expense provide at very trifling cost hangers for them and generally save youlmoney on them Come in and see about i- tSuits 20 to 3500 Overcoats 1650 to 3500 Other WellKnown Brands From 750 to 2000 Ii This store is the homelof Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Cummins Wearen j STANFORD KENTUCKYa r a r 1 5 v The Interior Journal Eo Co WALTON Democratic Ticket For Circuit Judge p M Co 8AUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealth Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN of Mercer For State Senator R L HUBPLE of Lincoln county For Representative W H SHANKS Foroountyludge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clerk L D SWOPE For Sheriff W L MCCARTY For County Court Clerk GEORGE COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHfJffi For Constable Stanford District- I M BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District R H BRONAUGH For Magistrate Hustonvllle District J K HELM SR For Magistrate Vnynesbnrg District JOHN M CAMDEM- For Constable Woyneaburg District JOHN G BAUGH f THIS paper has admonished the demo crats of Lincoln county to leave no stone unturned in their efforts to elect the magnificent ticket which appears on this page and from what we can gather our pleadings have not been in vain From every section of Lincoln county good reports come and it looks now as if democracy will win hands down The democrats are working like Trojans and are determined that the whole ticket from circuit judge to con stable shall win The men composing the ticket are too wellknown to make an introduction necessary All are and have been citizens of this county for years with the exception of Mr Chas A Hardin the nominee for Commonwealths attorney who resides in Har rodsburg Many of them have proven their fitness to fill any office they might aspire to hold They are all good citi zens and full worthy of the honors they seek In fine it is an A 1 ticket one any democrat should feel proud to support That it will win there is no scin tilla of doubt but dont let that fact keep any one from working and votingI Remember the bigger the majority the greater the victory and do all in your power to make the thing as nearly unanimous as possible A NOVEL way to enforce prohibition made possible under the FitzhughRob inson liquor law limiting the number of saloons in each precinctone to each 600 inhabitantsrcame to light at Fair field Texas the other day After hav ing been dry for some time Fairfield in Freestone county went wet and al most immediately applications for per wits were filed with the controller for the maximum number of saloons allowed in that precinct The controller ape proved the applications Subsequeqtly there were more applications and the- C controller refused them advising that the precinct had secured all the licens es to which it was entitled The disap pointed applicants replied that nOtlIi loons had been opened and that the plications were taken out by prohllll- tionlsts resorted to that method to continue prohibition Two brutes at Aneta N D caught a 12yearold son of Simon McKenzIe who had taken the lead in the fight against whisky and pouring coal oil on him set fire to his He was fa tally burned The hellhounds who com mltted the atrocious crime should be burned at stake after being tortured m every way possible for a while TUB Kentuckytate JournalwithIts new dress Increased looks good to us We are glad to see the splendid paper prospering May it continue to do sod x POLITICAL Judge Rufus W Peckham Associate Justiceof the UY S Supreme Court Is dead at Albany N Y after a long ill ness Patrick H McCarren State Senator and Democratic leader of Brooklyn is dead He was known as the Boss of BrooklynMr republican nominee for Representative of Madison county has witndrawn from the race leaving an open field for L H Herrington the democratic nominee- J II Jones of Madison considered one of the strongest Republicans of the ticket withdrew his name from the Sheriffs race leaving the Democratic candidate D A McCord a clear filed The restraining order sued out by W II Jones against John L Wells en joining him from having his name printed on the ballots at the coming November election as the Republican nominee for County Judge of Laurel county wasdissolved by Circuit Judge William Lewis At a big meeting held by the Negroes at the Lexington Opera house in the interest of the Fusion ticket Rev EI W Hawthorne a Negro preacher urg ed the Negroes to arm themselves and go to the polls on election day see that no repeater votes and to stand between the polls and any illegal voter Ih an open address at Corpus Christi Tex before the Interstate Inland Wat erways League and the citizens of Cor pus Christi President Taft announced himself aa strongly favoring a permanent and practical system of mlanc waterways as a means of controlling railroad rates and said that he favored the policy of issuing bonds for carrying out a system of improvements- If the independent voters will do their dusy Frank Linville J M Roberts and Charlie McDowell will be elected bv a big majority Every true democrat will vote for these three men Every true independent republican who does not wear the collar of the ring that has cursed Pulaski so long will vote for them Every citizen of whatever po litical faith who works for the best interests of the whole people will vote for them Burnside Item TbJsIand That CharlesNeely a farmer living near Franklin fell dead while sitting at the breakfast table The Veranda Hotelat Lebanon burn ed The site had been purchased by the government for a postoffice build ingJudge R L Stout circuit judge Of the Scott district decided that Georgetown went dry by one vote 521 to 620 in the election held 15 months ago Owen Dye of Parkersburg W Va and Roy Dalton of Marietta 0 both drillers were burned to death as the result of a gas explosion at Griffiths vllle W Va The predicted 14 cent level was reach ed in the cotton market Saturday March cotton sold at that figure and May advanced to about 1 a bale over Fridays close A site forthe proposed monument Ir memory of the late Grover Cleveland will be chosen InJ the near future and the location will most probably be In Princeton N J The funeral of Mrs Basil W Duke took place at Lexington Saturday under the auspices of the veterans and daughters of the Confederacy Dean Crate of Louisville recited the Episcopal burial service William Eschle at whose home in Omaha Mrs Thomas Wendt an aged woman was robbed of over 7000 while she was doing the Eschle family a washing confessed having taken the money and returned During the past three years Manager Jennings of the Detroit base ball team has drawn 41500 in salary and percentage He wants enough money this year to total him 30000 if his club again wins the penant The board of governors of the American Textile Association has ordered all the big cotton mills of North and South Carolina to close down for a period ot from 14 to 30 days in order to curtail the manufacture of cotton Alleging that she is confined in a sanitarium for the insane illegally and for the purpose of enabling her husband and others to get possession of her property Mrs Eliza Plunkett sister of the late millionaire Thomas Swbpe of Kansas City made application at Nashville Tenn for a writ of habeas cor pusAn exciting episode took place in the circuit coort room at Georgetown Sat urday when a crowd of 25 men In- vadedthl room during recess and de manded of J A Edge a Lexington attorney that he produce Mrs Kate Richardson who was recently released from the Lexington asylum on a writ of habeas corpus through the efforts of attorneysEdge ed to six months in jail for contempt- of court in failing to produce client Mrs Richardson yesterday pounds and which he says he raised in one hill A Negro who was killed bya streetcar in Louisville had 86 rings in his pocketsW Cook of Garrard bought recently 76 feeders at 4 36 T CHURCH MATTERS Eld J G Livingston will preach at Holdams Mill next Sunday morning at 11 oclockRev W Partee of Sharpl burg Bath county will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and night Rev Thad S Tinstey the evangelist is assisting Pastor Saxby in protarcted meeting at the Christian church in SomersetThe committee of the Presbyterian Synod of New York reported sustaining the Presbytery of New York in ordaining Rev Alexander Black who was charged with heresy A large audience heard Dr F W Al len of Columbia Mo at the Christian church Sunday morning Ills sermon on Undenominational Church show ed much research and thought An in teresting feature of the entertainment was the excellent singing including a duet by Mrs J G Carpenter and Prof IrelandThe farewell services at the Baptist church Sunday night were largely at tended and were most interesting Rev R B Mahoney acted as moderator and Revs J J Dickey D M Walker and the moderator spoke touchingly of the departure of the beloved pastor Roy J Murray Taylor The best singers in town were present and the music was an enjoyable feature of the evening Misses Marie Mahoney and Minnie Sine sang a duet which was exceedingly well rendered It is a source of genuine regret that Rev Taylor is to leave Stan ford He has made many friends dur ing his pastorate of 2i years here and our people like him not only as a preacher but as a man He leaves today and will preach his first sermon to his Washington City congregation next Sunday The good wishes of Lincoln county people generally go with him Three robbers were captured while attempting to rob a bank at IllCapt Leland Hathaway the oldest member of the Winchester bar is dead Richard Carr aged 77 is dead in Mercer J J BELDEN For Ifou e and Carriage Painting and Trim ming Ispor l lIngllll ing Shop opposite depot J J BsLDe Stanford Ky 200 REWARD I Gov Wlllsoifwlll pay 120 for the arrest and conviction of toe party who murdered James A Kngleman at Mountainthanthis past Summer If more one ISO each FOR RENTI For rent for 1910 with privilege of sewing SO acres In wheat this planting corn and tobacco next Hprlng will rent lot part of crop W MMtfHPiiY AVaynesburg Ky HOME FOR SALE I One story cottage of rooms and all necessary outbuildings Lot contains one acre into cow lot onwhich Is roomy barn buggy house corn crib etc loud garden spot This Is n desirable locat don corner of Whit ley anil Miler streets A II IIOLTZOLAW Stanford Ky SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I am prepared todo alt kind of surveying and civil engineering promptly Iy wor C will be guaranteed and my prices are rea sonable Write me at or call me over the telephone through the llnstonvillo Exchange WALfEU McSIN- NEYPOSTED whose names appear below strictly forbid hunting nlhlng or any kind of trespassing on our places and will prosecute violators to the full extent of the law Misi Mottle Hewes Uelcbenbach Bros Fred Ilaumann- LllbnrnUoocb A T Tray lor NH Plummer Will tester UO Nunnelley J W Itaughman J W Peck J E Bruce David Stevens John Camenlseb WmOordler Dan Traylor II D Elmore aotlibOllck Fred Hnndorf- I JJ Thompson M Anderson JRMoeerr Mr and Mrs Jot II Kadi A Klbasa Mrs N J Horton J J Elliott MrtOeo Logan WIt Uaugherty Frank Oordler Rev Father Leo Dr O O Porry II W oalnelhHH Itaughman Uriah Root Mrs Margaret Oooch Jacob Onntier Oeo O Ulven WHTroylor Ham Hoberts John Jufer Amend Schaefer M J Hormnnn ET Ueazley A HMatheny iiH Garner Mrs J n Ownley M J Morgan D L H r Harris n O Watkins J O Hundley It II Grow Mn Nannie II Good O K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Itoneckur W M Dlshon Fred VonUruonlgen T L Mn Kate Ador Carpenterv30 Christian Jacob Tom Ferrill W W Iltman Fred Alex DenhamMrNevIn Oorter E 11 W O Welch H O A1deron OFFICERS J S Hocker President i S T Harris vie PresldeDt Jbbn J McRoberts Cashier =H0 As9tCashr WWSpuadere y R FORSALE I i Stock Dry Qoodt Notions Groceries Hardware Tinware AoS about iux Do lug lair business Liberal term G B IIARIUB Crab Orchard Ky NOTICEI All kind of poplar and pine celling drowned tongue and groved flooring maple and oak Jesse Qlarklon McKInney Ky NOTICE Lewis Lynn who was convicted of mur der In the Lincoln circuit In IKM will ask I ho governor for n pardon and nil who ob- Ject will the and stale In writing any objection LEWIS LTXJ FOR SALE I Will tell a OlothlnK Hhoo and Gent Furnishing Store located In the teat town in county A great opportunity for the right man Stock will Invoice about Ujiuc Address bLJcore Interior Journal Hian ford FOR SALE 1 Having decided to locate elsewhere I will sell privately my term at of to acre more or less Improvements good storohouie on place good bnrntKood orch ard well watered J Ky MASONS MEET 60FLincoln Lodge No A A M will meet Instated communication on jach nrtt and third Monday nlgbti of ciich month at Till oclock In their hall on main itrecet Stanford Icy Member of sister lodges Are fraternally Invited to U present IV W Pen nlngtoa Hec B D CARTER Now Liven Depot Street Phone 06 STANFORDKENTUCKY Creditors Notice I All creditor of the Huntington Produce t Feed 001or Huntington W Va ore hereby to present theIr claims against said concern properly proven ai rovlded by law tothe tbetronce In llurusldc Ky within 80 days from tLodto hereof IIIKneeuDated NOTICEI The Farmers Drug Co of Lawrenceliurg has placed Eureka Toulo on sale at L Nan Ion Drab Orchard and J U Iorton Stanford This tonlo U to lie token In n halt dayItthe State Guaranteed to cure stomttch liver and kidney troubles Will be sold on the streets here next county court day Oct ii by their salesman Dr It J Cassldy Fruit And Ornamental Trysts I Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Catalogue on Application No Agents 1 F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End Insurance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELL Hustonville Ky heart Strength Heartatter dberBeertwaknenmeatyKern Itm1IU1 IUTe7 not one ne weak beaarss InredJa faii1- self actually oUfeued U S almost always a hld en nerve that roily is all at fault This obscure nervethe Cardiac or Bart Nerve simply needs and most have soon power more stability more controlUnr moro governing strew Without that thl 1 ean must eontfnae to tall and the stomach and kidneys also feav I tbNe tarn coBtrolnnc nerve BbooooppiiteMonW eMissinbthepastdonesomuch I I forweak andp1ta Harts Pr antsougb- ttheaueofaulbis infulvafpetatlnasanoc- attnthartdttrNL Dr sboopa ReMoraUtrthII pOpular U alone directed to these- weak and nerve centers It bulldU- UltrencthenJ t it oners real senuine heart If you could have strong Hearts mOlldJ- nKion trtnxtaen these Curves reeitaUliti them M seeded w- ithDr Shoops RestorativePENNYS DRUG STORE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN t882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Com1SInes Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety DepositBoxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account Baughman Bookkeeper Wuynesburit DIRECTORS F Reid J H Daughman M D Elmore J M Pettus Hi C Baugbman J F Cummins S T Harris no 0 Robinson wn ODannon J S Hooker C E Tate lYf y s X1IJCQQD t Pleasethe Boys ++t+4+++t++++TMMMMT4+ Why not please a child when it is not to his injury Our clothes always please the little The Manish Styles 7 suit them Knickerbocker trousers with every suit at 350 5 750 and 10 We have about 100 suits most all sizes with plain straight botton trousers Splendid school suits at 13 off the price to close them out they are real bargains for school suits Anyway let us show them to you H J McROBBRTS l STANFORD KENTUCKY J E t l- XI G L Penny K II Coffey L R Colcmnn 9inol 1m t The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most m Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and m Strength It is Especially Useful For mfPersistent Coughs andColds t lmm Stanford Kentucky 1 j mBB a E ANYONE Can mix Coffee but prppcr blending and roast ing rrequires years pf experience Many years of i thought and study liavo made CHASE A SAN V BORNS uSeal Brand Coffee what it is todayIA V ithemost dclifipug fall blends I W II Higgins is the only place in towniwhere you can get it I W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky 1 f r rn t tT20 J i f i 1 I 0i il r A New Top C aalI n- W tr- i I I fI J i t f Afa finiihing touch to your Fall togs add ono of our new Fall Coats in Plain and Noveltyeffects 1 Only one ofeach f J syrlp ingtheOeircIl coats so no ono will have ono just like yours Come in and try ono on you will want one I J Our line of Coats embraces all styles and prices from 83150 to 82500 l i f SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY f The Interior Journal STANFORD KY Oil 22 1901 t SOME great bargalna in box paper are being closed out to make room for now at Penny Drug Store t PERSONALS LITTLE Miss PEARL Eunnv is very lickJ li C WRAY went I to Brodhea MR BAKEII WALKER of Nicholasville I was hero Sunday Miss JENNIE iEriLES who hat had typhoid fever Is convalescing Miss EMMA MOFFETT of Lebanon Is the guest of the Misses Alcorn MRS LtJl HUGHES spent last week with her homefolks at Mt Vernon Miss DAISY VEATCII of Louisville is the guest of Miss Jofcphino Brady MR JOHN ENGLEMAN of Louisville ii visiting his father Mr R C Englc man BRADLEY BOURN a little brother o t Mrs W K Warner was her guest SundayT CoNN of Herrtngton Kaniar 1 la visiting his brother F J Conn In Garrard I Mn MACK NEWELL and daughter o Stafford Kansas visited Mr J F Rig ney and family MR AND MRS J R MOUNT of Lan cuter visited the family of Mr II J McRoberU Sunday BEY ROUT who la attending State I College Lexington spent Sunday with the homefolks here THE Current Events Club will meet with Mrs W P Grimes Thursday af oclock MarIIbrother J L Jarvis MR AND MRS MARCUS MAY of t Gravel Switch were the guests of his sister Mrs J L Jarvis MRS T D NEWLAND has returned f from a visit to her daughter Mrs L 0 Kelly at Orllnda Tenn MR J F HOLTZCLAW of Lancaster l 4 passed through Friday en route to the Sunday School Convention at Owensbor- oo MR G W DANIELS and wife of Pike countyill are visiting the tam lly of Mr A II Stfcall In the East EndMiss ANNIE D MCROUERTS had E I number of her little Wnds with he r Saturday evening and all had a good timeMR J B SARTIN carrier on rout No4 Is taking his vacation and San Spoonamore Is carrying the mall in his stead MRS W 1 WALTON and little t daughter Mary of Lexington arrive t yesterday for a short visit Loulavill I Times MRS J F MAY and sons Frank an- Cerll of Kansas City Mo are the 1 gUests ot the family of her brother J L Jarvis J L YANDELL who is loing I work in Leslie county at the missionary convention hen fREV andFrlday W 0 SCOTT of Paris Is visit parents Mr and Mrs Davl k Scott lie was accompanied home by Capt and Mrs1 C II Burns also o ParltDRB J G CARPENTER and M M Phillips attended the meeting of the State Medical Society in Louisville Th former read u paper which was mos favorably commented on- t COL AND MRS SAM OWENS of McKinney came down to attend the ban t quet given by Somerset Lodge No 111 F A M in honor of Grand Master Virgil P Smith Friday evening Som erset Journal I IT is Mrs Nancy Herndon who with Missouri relatives is visiting Mrs S Embry and others of her Kentucky ki Mrs Herring as our types 1made us say Mrs Herndon was Miss Perrin and is well remembered I by our young people LOCALS ATTEND the sale of Hon B B King at Moreland tomorrow Wednesday TUB Ladies Aid Society of tho Presbyterian church will meet with Mrs Mattie Withers at 230 Friday after 4 noon TALK before buying a typo writer and see sample at my honfe T 4 A Brackett local Bgent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York TilE very shoe you want can be found at Whites storeE- yERYRODY wants that Davenport Cummins Wearen WANTED to borrow ifor six months This office WANTED some nice clean country butter ar Whites store STAMP under the rooster and see that your neighbor does likewise THE best suit underwear you ever saw for 1 at Whites store IK you are looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau rant r + FOR SALE Handsome rubber tire carnage Call at this office for particulars JUDGE WAYNE C COOK brother of the late Dr L B Cook has retired af ter 12 years service as circuit judge in the Corydon Ind district FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot Laf gan avenue Price and terms to purchaser Cicero Reynolds GOV WJLLSON Will In town a tow momenta Thursday afternoon lie was from where he had republicanfticket I MANY a democrat has landed in tho republican party by scratching his bal lot Dont get in the habit of scratch ling but stamp under thu rooster and all will be well- BOUGHT 1 AN AUToMr W Bailey 11111 has bought of Mr James F Cum mini his Cadillac automobile We predict Stanford will bo full of automobiles next Spring TilE Lincoln County Fair Association will sell to tho highest bidder on Satur day Oct 30 at 3 P M their amphi theatre and all buildings fence etc Same will be sold separately and as a whole tSt FARM FOR SALE 113 acres The best tobacco corn and hog farm in Madison country Seven miles from Richmond Public sale Tuesday NovI 23rd at 2 P M B W Cottonburg Ky AT the democratic speaking at Mc Kinney Friday night much enthusiasm was evinced Over 100 voters wero r present and they heard stirringspeeches by Messrs George B Saufley Thomas H Shanks and Kindrick Alcorn I NEWS comes from Somerset that the whisky people are trying mighty hard to defeat Judge Ezra S Gooch for city judge This should make the people andImade a model official and it will be a caiptaldGov WILLSON wound up his speech at Liberty last week as follows Dont tall to roll up a big majority for Jason Wesley If we can get tho Senate and I House well redistrict the State BO we can keep in power Think this over Mr Democrat before you scratch a I single nominee Stamp under the roos ter and lot tho game cock do the f scratching if any Is to bo done TilE two steers the Negro John Fish er attempted to sell to Land Buch anan for a ridiculously small sum be ret cently side of Danville Tho cattle were tak en out of his pasture by the Negro and driven here Mr Whitehouse came up Friday and claimed the 000pounders and sold them to Land Buchanan for 35 each The Negro will be taken to Danville and prosecuted Williamsnof Mt Vernon one of the best fitted men In Kentucky for the place Is mak ing the race on the Democratic ticket for County Court Clerk In Rockcastle He has had the experience and under stands thoroughly the duties of that of fice If the republicans and dembcrats are as wise in that rapidly growing county as we think they are they will elect him Mr Williams is tho father of Attorney C C Williams of Mt Vernon and JUdgo R G Williams Commonwealths Attorney of the Ken ton district liens a gentleman of the old school and is thoroughly equipped for the office he aspires to fill We hqpe he will win n I WANTED some country bacon at Whites store NEW colors in mens and boys hats Cummins Wearen LOOK Ideal the shoe that dont pinch At Whites store IDONT themes meeting Mountain Wednesday and Thursday Nov 3 and 4 IT will pay you t akelook at our heavy footwear before buying your winter shoes Cummins Wearen ALL those totake china painting will please call on me at my home at onco Mrs Catherine McClary TUB Times is so hot for J M Roberta for shelf that it prints the gentlemans picture twice in the same issue HAVE a now line of alland Winter millinery Call and see our new pat terns in the latest styles Mrs C M Young Highland Ky FOR SALE Thoroughbred Bronze ylandotteCash Turnersville Phono No 9921 C E TATE has bought through E D Eads the hustling tinner and plumber a PeckWilliamson under fed hot air furnace which Mr Eads will install at once LOST between W T Tuckers and Crab Orchard about a month ago a Delta buggy lantern Reward for its return to Dr J G Carpenter Stan ford A WEEK from today the splendid ticket which appears on our second page will bo elected The majorities will range from 300 to 500 Mark our prediction FARM FOR SALE 115ncro farm on Dix river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rigney Son Stanford Gov WILLSON says if republicans get the House and Senate they will re district tho State so that they can remain In power always Avert such a calamity by voting the straight demo cratic ticket JIM TALL is in durance vile again lie sought to exterminate Ellen Mays also colored with his big gun but the latter used a poker and broke Talls arm He fired one shot at her but It went wide of tho mark F THE docket for the November term of tho Lincoln circuit court which bee gins Monday contains 55 old Common wealth cases and 61 Commonwealth ap pearances making 116 of which 25 are felonies and 91 misdemeanors 40 old common law cases 17 common law appearances 79 old equity 21 equity ap pearances Including six suits for di Vorce TilE convention of the Societies of Transylvania Presbytery at the Pres byterian church last week proved a most Interesting occasion and great good was accomplished Delegates Were present from many counties and much work of Importance was transact ed On Thursday night Revs BogKS and Kinnaird told in an Int resting way of their mountain work ana on Friday night Dr G W Painter gave a most entertaining lecture on Foreign Mis alone He spent a number of years as missionary to China and knew where of ho spoke Tho delegates were hos pitably entertained by the members of the Presbyterian church and went home feeling that it was good to be hero COMDEST Hon Pierce Combent ono of Caseys wealthiest and best known citizens died Saturday after a protracted illness Ho is survived by his wire and several children including adaughter Mrs S P Stephenson of the WestEnd of this county Deceas ed was one of tho brightest and highest Masons In the State was president of the Commercial Bank of Liberty and an extensive farmer and stock raiser He was a republican in politics and had represented his county in the Legisla ture He was an exceedingly clever kindhearted man and had a legion of fdend who sincerely regret his taking away Mr Combest frequently visited Stanford and was wellknown here The burial took place at his home at Phil at 10 oclock Sunday morning Peace to his ashes and condolence to the bereaved ones I TilE best chewing tobacco at Whites store HON B B KING sold to Mr C M Back of Hustonville his farm near Moreland at 85 It contains 210acres This sale of land will not interfere with Mr Kings sale tomorrow Wednesday IMRS ROY ROBBINS iedat her home near Prcachersvillo Sunday aged about 25 Sfie is survived by her husband and two small cnildren Deceased was a daughter of Mr Bailer Anderson of Brodhead and was a devout member of the Christian church 65th ANNIVERSARYMr and Mrs J M Booker who were married in Lin coln county celebrated tho 65th anniversary of their marriage at Hamilton College Lexiugton Sunday Mr Hock er having founded and built that splen did institution of learning The aged couple had four living children 14 grandchildren and 21 greatgrandchild ren many of whom arrived in Lexing ton to be present at the celebration JONCS After a brief illness of heart and kidney trouble Mr Cyrus M Jones died at his home near Maywood Sunday morning aged 77 Ho is survived by his wife wJo was a Miss Tucker and five children and in their irreparable loss unbounded sympathy is felt for them Mr Jones moved to this county from Pulaski in 1858 and made a model citizen lIe was a successful farmer and for a number of years was an ex tensive trader Deceased joined the Cumberland Presbyterian church many years ago and so lived that he was ready and willing to meet his Maker He leaves considerable of this worlds goods and the best ofalla good name He will bo missed by his friends and neighbors who held him in the highest esteem At the late home at 1 oclock yesterday afternoon Revs J J Dick ey of the Methodist church and J Murray Taylor of the Baptist church preached interesting and appropriate funeral sermons after which tho re mains were laid to rest in Buffalo cem etery Mr Jones was twice married his first wife being a sister of Mr W T Saunders formerly of this place NOTICE I Wo uk tbe patronage of our friends and nurserylock Addrtli Kings Mountain Lincoln Co Ky FOR RENT I For 1910 my farm of OS acres at Crab Orch itrdfitolO acres of fine tobacco land bBl orturthrliendorsonvllteCRAM II SINGLETON Dr Willis Morgan Veterinary Surgeon A Dentist Stanford KentucKy Ibone No W Calls answered promptlyday LlvlrlIarnPUBLIC SALE I At my farm one tulle North of Turners vllle 1 will on WEDNESDAY NOV 17 1809 offer for sale the following described prop arty One pair work mules i bOrlllll broOd- mare t cows rind calve lot cat tie on good ewes 00 lat hogs lot of sows and larmlngImplNnenu myfarmon day of sale Sale to begin at 1 oclock J F Gover J P Chandler Au- ctSplendid Farm At Auction I 210 acres land well located fairly well Im proved In high state of cultivation mokt all grass an abundance of good stock water furnished from neverfailing springs about iSO barrels corn r0 odd stocks of hay farm Implements etc If farm Is not sold privately will be olTered publicly at ray sale Wednesday Oct 27 1909 To those at a distance will say that thud farm Is located at Moreland station Lincoln cOllnt X on the Q hotel accommodations at MorelandThis Is a cropFourennetnets 81 yunr old Jennets 2 aged Jennets 12 oldlackol66 brood mares mares 1 registered thoroughbred brood mare i registered standard bred trotting mare 1 twoyeur old Silly 11yearold registered standard bred I trotting ally 1 a yenr old standard bred registered trotting horse i pair 4 year old work mules 9 pair Syear 01 wor mules 1 pair 1 year old horse mules 1 extra good walking horse This small herd of jacks and Jennet tire of the very best stock in Ken tucky and this Is an opportunity for a man to get some start on All these leaflets that have been tried are regular breeders and there are two extra good Jennet Jacks In lot offered The sale will commence promptly at u oclock A x on Oct 271809 D D KING Morolaad Ky IL R Hughes T W Humble IV 0 Mint SHOES Ypu cant beat our line of Shoes for Comfort Quality Style nnd Low Prices We have the strongest line of Ladies and Childrens Shoes in Patents Vicis Velours Tans Ac that we have ever carried Mist any color you wont in Suede top We invito your inspection Men dont forget lice represent two of the best Tailoring concerns in the country and guarantee Fit Quality and Trice I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY HARDWARE SHOE Ts Hard Wear in every pair It is made of soft pliable chrome tauned 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 months but Ji f we will guarantee that you get at leastsix mouths wcarand satisfaction t t 1iI 4 W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent Counties x We have secured the skating rink building for a salesroom for leaf tobac co in tho hand and will be ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is suffi ciently cured for market and will be able to offer you as good market as you will find elsewhere at a reasonable cost We have assurance that buyers rep resenting the largest manufacturers and dealers in the U S will be repre Danville thus insuring the highest market price to the grower Isented1U see us before disposing of your tobacco The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse GEO COGAR CO Proprietors Danville Ky M GIMURPHY J W ACTON Murphy Cut Prices Until Nov 1 Our prices on all Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Mens Odd Pants and Notions will bo greatly reduced until Nov 1st and then there will be a change in our business that we are confident will mean much to our custom era as well as to us It will bo to your advantage to trade with us as we willsave you money on each purchase Prepare yourself nnd family for the Winter Now while you can save money give us a trial nnd let us show you what we will do for you We want more Cash trade and are mak ing the reductions as inducements to those paying Cash feeling that thoso Cash are entitled to goods at a smaller margin of profit than those paying ON TIME So if you have mouey to spend cull and get our Cash prices on anything you want either dry goods notions groceries queens ware or hardware Do not fail to watch this space for the change iu our business Nov 1st MURPHY Y Acton ACTON Kings Mountain Ky I 0 r The Interior Journal Xnteredin the PodOffice al Stanford C- dJHndcla maUtr L at N TIME THBL1- No 21 Month 11 tM P K NoMHOUtllll03XM No SI North 4 S40 A K- NonNorthO7 P x No 27 IOtT AM NoS 1110 r K JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist 1 STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberta Drug Store i the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres good blue grail land g one mile North of Me Kinney on the Stanford pike Improvement and fencing good of water fruit Alto 125 nero of timbered land one mill EattofIcKlnney fence plenty of water and good tobacco land tree grow fig crop J A O1nlcKlnne7nehy Fall and Winter Stock a tailor of ex patience Thenyourclothei whethern low suit or the finest evening clothes will have that individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to yonrtncaiure I will also take your meal ure for extra trousers fancy veltopcoatil end overcoats Fall and winter sample on hand ready for your inspection u0 RUPLK V The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers plants of ell kinds bulb potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection with the above I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OHRI8TMAN anEEN HOUSES KD IlDllBAUD 1eltS- tanford Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone SO Office 65 Insure with mo and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are in position to do all kinds of con creting such as Jock Work Pavement sad In fact we can make any thing from e bouse down to a fenco post We can serve you promptly and guarantee nrtcla pricebelore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky INSURANCER Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis countIJLBeazleyCoJ Undertakers and Embalm tn Oleo Dealers in Fur niture ilattingsRug They mil exchange Furniture for all Kin la of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORDw KENTUCKY ic McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY offs Phone lei Home Phone O FARMERS DEPARTMENT Clyde Curtis sold to Joe Jordan a bay gelding for 175 FOR SAtJsA good Jersey milk cow J S TurpIn Stanford 60EFOR SALE1oo bushels of potatoes- C L Hensley Kings Mountain Ky G H Jarvis of Garrard raised 20 Irish potatoes that weighed 25 pounds- A N Wells sold his farm of 75 acres near Shelby City to J H Krelger for 4500Estrayed or stolen from Capt Pow ells place red steer 1160 pounds W P Givens FOR SALETwo young milk cows Good ones W W Pitman Stanford 11R F D No3 L S Hughes of Nicholas county raised two sweet potatoes that aggre gated eight pounds There were 8000 cattle on the Mt Sterling market last court day 1100 pound tears brought 4Jc Ike Phillips had a valuable harness horse to die Thursday Ho valued thi animal at 250 and had refused 200 for himESTRAYEDThree barrow hogs black spotted weigh about 250 crap oil left cars Liberal reward E T Pence Abner B Musslnon purchased In crop lots 1500000 pounds of tobacco from Bourbon county growers at prices rang ing from 8 to 15c McBrayer Moore of Boyle sold his farm to Robert Quisenberry for 68000 and then bought from Mrs Henton near Versailles her farm of 235 acres for 23000 Joseph Jordan has bought the R A Dodd stables at Wilmore and will make that villiage his home He bought 60 head of horses in Boyle county this week Advocate The report of J A Taylor president of the National GInners Association indicates that there has been ginned to October 18 5320000 bales of cotton which is nearly a million bales less than was ginned in this period last year LANCASTER COURTThere were abut 150 cattle at the Lancaster court yesterday most of which sold Good yearling and twoyearold steers went as high as 4Jc but 4c was the ruling price Butcher stuff was slow A rumber mule colts sold at 55 to 90 At a meeting of the district commit tee of the Burley Tobacco Society at Winchester reports were read showing that about 13000 acres of tobacco have been pooled since Oct 1 The time for pooling has not been closed and will ra main open subject to the action cf the executive committee Secretary of War Dickinson has soldI his country seat Bblle Meade near Nashville to J 0 Leake for Ashvillo capitalists The place contains 400 acres and the price is 110000 Belle Meade was once famous as a nursery for thoroughbred horses The illness of the secretarys son forced his aban donment of the management of Belle MeadeThe property on Richmond road near town sold last week by J B Sandusky to Alexander Walker was sold this week by Walker to W A Price at an advance of 700 the price being 14300 Hughes d Swinebroad and J I Hamilton sold for G B Swinebroad 83 acres of land near Bryantsville a part of the Dunn farm to C A Willard of Vir ginia at 100 Lancaster Record At a meeting of the Burley Tobacco Society district committee at Winches ter articles of incorporation were adopt ed for the proposed Burley tobacco company under the name of the Burley Tobacco and Insurance Company which shall have the right to buy sell or man ufacture tobacco The capital stock was fixed at 2000000 with a debt limit of 20000000 It is provided that a certain portion of the capital stock shall be set aside for insurance The noted thqroughbred stallion Sal vator In many respects the most fa mous sire In the world died at the Elmendorf Farm of James B Hag in near Lexington He was by Imp Prince Charlie dam Salina by Lexington and was foaled in 1886 During his career on the turf Salvator won 120000 and since being retired to the stud has sent many famous stars to the turf As a fouryearold he ran against time at Long Branch and made a new record of 135 which still stands Money Comes In BunohesITo A A Chisolra of Treadwell N Y now His reason Is well worth readingror a long time I suffered from Indigestion torpid liver consti patton nervousness and general de blllty ho writes I couldnt sleep 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 vigor Now I can attend to bublneas every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves 60o at Pennys Drug Store 0 In addition to the order for 50 more of the heaviest type freight locomotives placed with the American Locomotive Company the Baltimore and Ohio board of directors at Its last meeting author ized the immediate ordering of 3600 steel hopper car and 1000 steel under frame box cars it Frightful Fate Averted- I would have been a cripple for life from terrible cut on my kneecap write Frank Dlsbury Kelliher Minn without Bucklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infal llblo for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cures burns scalds old sores bolls skin eruptloos Worlds best for piles 25o at Pennys Drug Store Well Ive got a govcrnment job at last It said the man in the new fall ov ercoatBut protested Vyou said that In the civil service examination you an swered every question wrong 1 Yes So theyve put me ho explained in charge of a weather bureau My sister Is now well after doctor said she had tuberculosis Hyom did ItHenry Lena 2903 St AnnSt New Orleans Hyomel cures catarrh attMr Borem Goode 1130 r M Good night Miss Evangeline Ive had such a pleasant evening Tomorrow night Ill be in this neighborhood and Ill stop Miss EvangelineThank you so much for telling me I wont be home The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventlcs will in a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppp Try them 1 4825c Sold by Penny Drug Store o Nothing lost here but the squeal declared the packer Are you as eco nomical in conducting your business 7 Just about answered the visitor Im a lumber manufacturer Nothing wasted but the bark II Pains of women ninsor any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25c box Sold by Pennys Drug Store FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE A fine blue grass farm for sate situated on Ike near Point Leaven and six miles south of Lancaster axe acres well located in good nelghborliood being part of the John walker tract with a hand somo new twostory eyen room residence thereon with all necessary outbuildings and never falllnrsprinel creekrunninsix through TEIIK8 In hand Vnlnnco one nnd two years Iron day of sale bearing six per cent Interest until paid lerlonllooklng for place write or see w O WALKEII Stan- fordREWARD suffered Having considerable nnnoyancc and damage from outlaws in breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the road that runs through farm I have concluded to over a reward for information leading to the conviction of such person or persons I will therefore give the sum YA for Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or patties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesorthat have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the Ilustonvlllo turnpike to the Mlllnlgevllle turnpike through my farm and 1 will give the same amount for Information lending to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties who in the future commit any of the Above offenses IWJ Witness my hand this AugusthJI BringYour Printing 1 ToII4 tIThe N INTERIOR i1 I OURNALi i a Office j Best I WorkLowest f Prices Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro ceries and Hardware Doing bust ness Will Invoice 12600 Reason Ill health OEO O IIOPPEU Stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE 1 1 wish to tell prIvately my farm of 61 acres nt Jumbo Lincoln County Ky four miles from MoKlnnuy lint on It Rood litroom dwelling good harts cellar spring house nile water etc I In bgh shale of cul tlvatlon Also hR small farms for tale All well improved Tvrmi Mill factoryDOH11TLKStanford Kylt F D No1 C B PRUITTi Moreland Kentucky New Fall Line Millinery now in Also ftcw Furniture coming in alp most daily G B Tut rrr Morclnnd Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and 1oitt Cemetery and Lawn I asesand Hettoes Office and works Ic Kinney Ky I Wo Bu- yrU Ct o- 11djt and Wool Feathers TallowBswa Clatcot CoUaSaUYSowRocslMsyApph Wild Ginger etc Ww daaltril utuJd in 8XrOwr Ma o1lltJ1 LooiinlV udwidebettrtoerwdwa- nts cor taaradaa uerctia Rcfctntr a r Dak la Laamir Writ If wwUy price I ill ami tlippsf lif- tMiSabblSonv 229 E Market SI LOUISVILLE KY SHERIFFS SALE I Ily virtue of a Judgment of the Lincoln Quarterly Court In favor of Ham O Castel 10aKalllit Jlt Ioroneofmydp utles will on Monday the 8th day of November lion between the hours of 1 o clock r x and oclock P M at the courthouse door In Htnnfonl countrofhighest bidder the fallowing property tor so much tberlo an navy he necessary to satisfy the amount of the Plaintiffs debt interest and com tnwlti One a year ohl bits colt named Hilly Speed ftytnrold sorrel colt named John Holmes 1 a old bay colt new NLIUonl bay rilly S years old and II hands high t weanling proiwrty mortgage now ex Istingonmanseiinfavor of A T Nunnelluy and of record In clerks ottlce of Lincoln county court In mortgage book M page 610 TZRxIfoI4le wilt be made on a credit of three months land with approved security required Ixarlng Interest ut the rate of 9 ctnt per annum from sate anddalofhaving the force and effect Iv bond this 1Mb tiny of October 1109 TJ H1LLHLO Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky k Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods HENRY ATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AN- DThe Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Fow people in the United States have riot heard of the Oourier Journal Democratic In alt things fair In all thing clean in all things It li essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of ferthe WEEKLY OOUBIEHOUUNAI one- year and this paper for the price named abOTeBead your subscription for the com laatlon to uspork the OourierJour r Ve are now ready to show you one of the best lines of Mens Youthsfand Children Clothes over shown the people for the lowest prices Also anew and uptodate line of Overcoats and Cravancttcs from 9750 to 820 Good values Come in and let us show you Am sure you will be pleased with this liuefSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford KentuckY r Capital 5000000 Surplus 4OOOOOO Resources 3400000- 0ss H SHANKS PRESIDENT BRIGHT CASHIERtJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVVS DIREOTORSi J B Owsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Geo W Garter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W II Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin Lancaster J H Paxton Stanford W II Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W II Cummins Prcachcraville Lilburn i Gooch Gilberts Creek Stoves and RangesfI i Just received a large and well selected stock of each See our new l Range before you buyIH GEORGE H FARRIS Stanford H B NORTHCOTTr r Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All J Kinds of Country Produce Scrap Iron and Rubber r tt H B NORTHCOTT Stanford I RURAL TELEPHONES t TIR FARMER Make your home ns modern for your family as a city esidencp nnd place yourself inn position to get the latest market quotations at any This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you nnd neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared withrthe benefits received Call or address our nearest office write direct to headquarters Nashville Teun for information re ardingour special Far I tiers Lino rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky 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