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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 26, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909102601_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 26, 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. VOL. XXXVII. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1909. NO. 09. "tr-'jEft.-- i And you will never regret it. What some of the leading business men of Lincoln and Boyle counties say of our countyman, W. L. McCARTY, the democratic npminee for sheriff: "Vc have known Mr. W. L. McCarty, the nominee of the Democratic partyfor SheriH of Lincoln county, as a citizen and customer of the First 'National Bank of Stan- ford, for u number of j .".v-..- . " " l naj i uii)i,iuiiKi. mi; iiutiua ui inuL uuijurutni oiucc io me enure Bauainction oi tnc people or our countv. AVe think liim worthy t oi your coiiHiricration. Very truly, S. 110CKER, President; S. T. IIAKRIS, Vice President. . .. T ' Mr. W. L. McCarty, the prcsentjiomince of the democratic party for Sherill' of ijincoin county, tins done ibusiness with us lor years and knowing him as we do, "V" can wc w. ai. lSKiirilT, Cashier, and S. II. SHANKS, President Lincoln County National Bank. commend him to all the good people oi .Lincoln county. DANVTLT7R. KY.. f)f!T. IS 1000 Dear Mr. Mack: For 20 years that you did business with the Farmers National Bank, of this place, there was no one of our Mr. W. h. McCarty, Stanford, Ivy. customers who was more correct in keeping himself hotter informed as to condition of his balance and who wa3 more satisfactory in all your dealings. We have often written city merchants that any statement you would 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 alwayw met every obligation ils agreed and that we held you in high esteem. Very respectfully yours, G. W. WELSH, Cashier. Ticket on Tuesday, November srlftf-- . 2, 1909, .11 j. STANFORD. TCY.. OfYPw 9.'u-j -- inno MATRIMONIAL. Miss Gertrude Walker, aged 15, and Horace. Sutcr, 17, wcro marriod at Ow-onto- n. NEWS NOTES. James F. Arnold, aged 83, Is dead at ' Bardstown. Lexington was chosen as tho next meeting place of the Kentucky Medical Association. colSix men were, killed in a head-o- n lision on the Pennsylvania railroad near Collinsvllle, O. Dr. James II. Carlisle, the venerable president emeritus of WolTord College, is dead at Spartanburg, S. C. Robert S. Ixvett was elected president of thn Union Pacific railroad to succeed the late E. H. Harriman. Earthquake shocks in the vicinity of Mt. Etna and the activity of Mt. Vesuvius have caused much alarm in Italy. daughter of William The Symonds, of Evansvillc, Ind., fell into a tub of hot water and was fatally scalded. A man 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. Twenty-fiv- e persons wero drowned IKKTKRUY following the bursting of a dam at Tho above is a good likeness of the Lake Derkos, 30 miles northwest of The lake supplies wat republican nominco for jailor of Lin- Constantinople. M r. Terry is 52 years coln county. of er for the capital. Dr. S C. Higham and W. B. Avant, age and was born and reared in Lincoln county. Ho has been in tho farming at Georgetown, S. C. were convicted and timber business in this county for of manslaughter. They wero charged with the murder, several weeks ago, of many years, and by his straightforward dealing has mado many friends, Dr. Higham's wife. John C. Roberta recently convicted who, regardless of politics, wish him well in his present race. Ho is well of counterfeiting and sentenced to serve qualified by nature and training for the six years in prison, has been indicted important position for which he is now on tho same charge by the Federal a candidate, and if elected ho will fill grand jury at Covington. Lyman McCarty, for tho pastlOyears the office with credit to himself nnd satisfaction to tho voters and taxpay- assistant general passenger agent of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Comadv ers. pany in New York, died in that city IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. following an operation for malignant d Jv'7 - James Smith and Miss Essie Tcrrlll Saturwero married at the court-hom- o day by Judge Owsley. Edgar Scott and Miss Lucy Dean, need 1C, were married at NIchoIasvlllo. The bride was a student at Jessamine Institute. The greatgrandchildren of Fountain V. Hutlctt, aged 71, and Mrs. Sarah N. Stlgcrs. aged 70, both of Franklin county, wcro the principal attendants at the wedding of their grandparents. --4- I a . tis.lfijZjT7TJ'il MvnrZ&'Ui JiMHMill mlWK&Viim& w.-mmzmkiLteK'tzai ir l sir 3Uy Hv " IT i fvt1'ik & $ wBmsmtsssR. ' trnxsrst wt imM.xmurjxu' MKi '' VJKHVSZA' 1 iQiliiii mm IT miii Il ni ' mn"a,i uit!:i:vjij:umj.i, ' mm WL mi. v i-- Its A Top Notch Door. Great deeds compel regard. Tho why world crowns lu doers. That the American iX)p!o have crowned Or. King's New Discovery the king of Throat and lung remedies. Kvcry atom Is a health foreo. It kills germs and colds and lagrlpp vanishes. It henls cough rackol inttnlirane and coughing stopt . Sore, Inllamed hron-ohl- il lubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhage!! cease. Dr. Goo. Moore, Illaok Jck, N. C, writes ''it cureJ me of lung troublo, pronounced hopeless by all doctors." 00", H. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Storage. IRjt - M$f ?i .vstB ( "v ; r 's& ' - 4W9m JLi y Sst,?Kw-'Vv- sV ' The old saying that lightning never strikes twice in the same place Is without foundation at least in some instances, says a Glairow dispatch. A year ago lightning struck a treo on tho farm of Squire Petty over in Warren county, and killed a flno horse. A little later In tho samo year lightning again struck the same tree and killed 30 fine turkeys valued at $1.50 each. Last week lightning again struck this tree and killed two horses worth J200. It goes without saying John Kceney, aged 80, is dead at cancer. that this treo will bo cut down and conBattling Nelson and Al Wolgast were verted Into wood before It has another Somerset. fight 45 rounds for the Tho jury in the case of Wm. Sparks, matched to chance to act as a conductor for lightchampionship on for Willing Joe Jako Collins In Madison, world's lightweight ning. Tnankegiving day. The fight will take disagreed and was dismissed. Pacific of Sucooss. The Bed-Roo- k Paris Shotwell, with his brother, place at Los Angeles before the backed by charged with killing Deputy Sheriff Athletic Club Lies In a keen, clear brain, Dave McQueen, tho Negro who killed Indomitable will and resistless energy. Jones at Corbln, was held without ball, Lexington confessed Such power comes from the splendid Ernest Haxter, aged 18, died at Rich- Leon Yandell near health that Dr. King's Now Life Pills mond of lockjaw, following the piercing to his crime on his arrival at Lexington Imuart. They vitalize every organ of his foot with a piece of wire n few from East St. Louis, where ho was arrested. He maintains ho shot Mr. Yanand build up brain and body. J. A. days ago. Harmon, LUemore, V. Va., writes: summing up tho amount of tho es- dell in In At Oklahoma City II. H. Cooper shot "They are the best pills I over used." tate of the lato Judge Vincent Borcing Drewcry A WaN Penny's Drug Store. 25o at for final settlement it has been found and fatally wounded lace, a real estate dealer, and then for The navy is soon to conduct experi- that it amounts to $410,000. London several minutes held at bay a large wireless teleg- Democrat. ments In by the shooting. CoopCol. T. M. Thatcher has returned crowd attracted raphy. Impressed with tho importanco er surrendered to an officer. of a system which will in cases of from Witchita, Kansas, where ho dis Andrew Carnegie has offered to Samnecessity transmit messages from somo posed of two town lots for $7,600. uel G. Dixon, State Health CommisThese lots Col Thatcher had purchased o place on the Atlantic Mtboard a sioner of Pennsylvania, a tract of 450 of 3.000 miles, the subject was there during the great boom somo 20 acres of land on the crest of the Alleyears ago, Somerset Journal. taken up in earnest. Mountains, near Cresson, Pu.,as An Indictment charging embezzle- gheny remarking on ment from tho funds of the Citizens u gift In recognition of tho State's The Glasgow Times tuberculosis. Governor WilUon's assertion that poli- National Hank nt Montlcello was re- great fight against After struggling through a large part will cut no figure in applications turned in tho Federal court at 'Covingtics dig his way to freedom for pardon, asks that everybody who ton against Charles McConaghy. for- of the night to from tho city prison at Baton Rouge, believes such a statement after his mer cashier of that Institution, finally succeeded in Mr. Ed Walker, who has been in La., John Dawson pardon of Powers and others to talk tho same Louisville under special medidal treat making an opening sufilcient for the through the tolephone at ment, will return homo this week. We passago of his body. He crawled time. are glad that his condition Is improved through only to find that ho had broken "Health Collco" Is tho cleverest Messrs. r.u ana N. u. i'rlce cava a into another cell. Elijah Wright, the aged Virginia Imitation of real collco over ctmado. duck supper In honor of Dr. and Mrs Dr. Shoop created It from pure parch- A. S. Price, who left Wednesday for murdertr, who was scheduled as tho ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Flno lu their new homo in Stanford. Lancaster last man to be executed by hanging in that State, has escaped such a fate as flavor Is mado In just one minute. Itttord. tho result of his third trial at Clint- No 0 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Saraplo free. Penny's Drug Storo. The work of restoring tho monument wood In Dickenson county. He waa m, over tho grave of Daniel Boone in the sentenced to 18 years In the penitenShe said her hair was all her own. Stato cemetery to Its original beauty, tiary for tho murder of William Slfers. Tho jealous cats Tho Portola festival parade Thursday has been comploted by the Boone MonResponded In disdainful tone: ument Commission, created three years at San Francisco, headed by Don Gas. ."Rats." ago by the general Assembly. The me- par de Portola and Queen Vergllla, waa work on the four dallions or y witA tickling ordrycoughcinbequlck-lsides of tho monument have been re- the greatest affair of its kind ever loosoood with Dr. Shoop's Cough placed. An Iron fence will be placed nessed in that city. Twenty thousand 'Remedy, No opium, no chloroform, about the monument to prevent van- persons, representing virtually every defacing It. fraternal, municipal and industrial body nothing unsafe or harsh. Hold by dals from In line, and as a Pennya Drug Store. Is tho weak nerves that aro cry- of tho State, were It cosmopolitan feature it was the equal help. Then help them, Waggt I have found something be ing out for drug the stomach or stimulate of the military parade of Tuesday in sides a candle that will answer that old don't or Kidneys. That is wrong. which six nations were represented. riddle, "tho longer it stands the shorter the Heart Vitalize theo weak Instdo nerves with Rutb-- So her foreign trip was not a It grows." Dr. S hoop's Restorative and see how euccewT i itT Wlggi-W- hat will como to you Vera-O- bt dear, no. Why, ahe didn't Waggi A candidate. The longer be fast good health to grew again. Test It and ise. gold by even become engaged to a man with a stands for ok tha sbertor title and a bad record. Penny's Drug Store. flaaaclally. e. long-distanm bas-reli- wLwy Corjright 1909 by Hirt SchilTntr 1c 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 Hart Schaffner & Marx make; all-wo- ol, 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 you'd look better dressed all the time. We'll help you take care offyour clothes; keep them pressed for you at a very small expense; provide at very trifling cost hangers for them; and generally save youmoney on them. Come in and see about it. Suits, $20 to $35.00; Overcoats, $16.50 to n Brands $35.00. Other From $750 to 20.00. Well-Know- This store is the homejof Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 1 V" l 'MfU'Wmiwyi " " ' W" mmif yp jw fm m ""Fl1"?' 'Jf im" in iTqssnrs ifip- - i - TM The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. 0 For Circuit Cleric, J, D. SWOPE For Sheriff. For Jailer, For Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A.HARDIN, of Mercer. For State Bcnntor, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For llepre.entntlre, V. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, V. S. BURCH v. l, Mccarty For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B.COOPER DINK FARMER For Alienor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of School., GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stnnford District, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District, R. H. BRONAUGH For Magistrate HustonTllle Dittrlct, CMURCM MATTERS. POLITICAL. Eld. J. Q. Livingston will preach at Judge Rufus W. Peckham, AssocIaU Mill next Sunday morning at Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, Is Holdam's 11 o'clock. Illdead at Albany, N. Y., after a long Rev. 8. W. Partee, of Sharpsburg, ness. Senator Bath county, will preach at the Baptist Patrick H. McCarren, State Sunday morning and night. and Democratic leader of Brooklyn, Is church next Rev. Thad S. Tlnsloy. the evangelist. dead. He was known as the "Boss of Is assisting Pastor Saxby in nprotarcted Brooklyn." mpettnir at tho Christian church in Mr. Million, republican nominee for Representative of Madison county, has Somerset. investigating committee of tho witndrawn from the race, leaving an Tho Presbyterian Svnod of New York reopen field for L. II. Herrington, the ported sustaining the Presbytery of democratic nominee. Madison, considered New York In ordaining Rev. Alexander J. II. Jones, of was charged with heresy. one of the strongest Republicans of the Black, who A largo audience heard Dr. F. W. Alhis name from the ticket, withdrew len, of Columbia, Mo at tho Christian J Sheriff's race, leaving the Democratic His sermon Sunday morning. candidate, D. A. McCord, a clear niea. church showrestraining order sued out by W. on "Undenominational Church," The InWells en- ed much research and thought. An II. Jones against John L. teresting fcaturo of tho entertainment joining him from having his name singing, including a printed on the ballots at tho coming was the excellent Republican duet by Mrs. J. G. Carpenter and Prof. November election as the nominee for County Judge of Laurel Ireland. The farewell services at the Baptist county was'dissolved by Circuit Judge church Sunday night were largely atWilliam Lewis. most interesting. Rev. At a big meeting held by the Negroes tended and wcro house in the R, B. Mahoney acted as moderator and at the Lexington Opera Dickey, D. M. Walker and interest of the Fusion ticket, Rev. E. Revs. J. J. touchingly of tho W. Hawthorne, a Negro preacher; urg tho moderator spoke themselves and departure of tho beloved pastor, Rev. ed the Negroes to arm singers In go to the polls on election day, see that J. Murray Taylor. Tho best tho music was no repeater votes and to stand between town were present and an enjoyable fcaturo of the evening. the polls and any illegal voter. Minnie Sine In an open address at Corpus Christ), Misses Marie Mahoney and exceedingly well before the Interstate Inland wat- sang a duet which was Tex., reerways League and the citizens of Cor- rendered. It is a source of genulno is to leave Stanpus Christi, President Taft announced gret that Rev. Taylor many friends durhimself as strongly favoring a perma- ford. He has made inland ing his pastorate of 2J years here and nent and practical system of waterways as a means of controlling our people like him not only as ay preachand railroad rates, and said that he favored er but as a man. He leaves will preach his first sermon to his the policy of issuing bonds for carrying Washington City congregation next out a system of improvements. Sunday. The good wishes of Lincoln If the independent voters will do their county people generally go with him. dusy, Frank Llnville, J. M. Roberts Three robbers were captured while and Charlie McDowell will be elected by Kankakee, democrat attempting to rob a bank at big majority. Every true 111. will vote for these three men. Every Capt. Leland Hathaway, the oldest true Independent republican, who does member of the Winchester bar, is dead. not wear the collar of the ring that has Richard Carr, aged 77 is dead in cursed Pulaski so long, will vote for Mercer. them. Every citizen of whatever political faith, who works for the best interests of the whole people, will vote for them. Burnside Item. For House and Carriage faint Ing nnd Trim FOR SALE1 Stock Dry Good., Notion., Orocerle., Hardware, Tlnwar,.Ac.l about lim. Doing fair Imtlne... Mberalterm.. CI. 11. lIAHilIB, Crab Orchard, Ky. NOTICEI All kind, of nnular and pine celling drowned tongue and grored flooring, maple amlonk. Je.ie Clarkion, McKlnney, Ky WfLay 'TiF LsaF '' Ii JPalH .aW JaDaLammmm. NOTICEI Iwl. Lynn, who wa. convicted der In the Lincoln circuit In all the governor lorn pardon and and ject will notify the governor Lnwia writing any objection. will 1, who atk ob- of mur- Ctf 'aBBBBBBulErSMM .BBBBBBBBBBBbV PrlaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK rM OJZb i 'frSBBBK at SBBBBBBbV JsmsmHsmH .tate In Lt..n. ' Will .ell a Clothing. Mhiw and (lent." Hloro, located In the be.t town In A ureat nniMirtunltr for the llnvl.i right man. 'mock will I tunic about lAJttn.Addre.. M. J., cure Interior journal, manioru, Fur-nl.hl- FOR SALE I lsW ' JsmsBW fI 11 . . 'JssbbbbbbL. fJJJJJJaV r iYjklSmSBBBBB SBflSBSBSBBBBBa FOR SALE I i m If nrlnu decided to locnte el.ewhere. I will .ell prlMitely my farm at Highland of til acre., more or leu.. iniproeinni good; .torvhnma on placej good bnrn;good orch J. ii. ukihiit, ard; well watereu. Wnyiie.burg. Ky, MASON'S MEET. Lincoln tAKlge No. 0 F. A A.M. will meet In .mind romiiiuntcatlononcacli Ilr.t and third Mnminr nluht. of each month. at TiHii o'clock in tneir nan on main .ireeri, man arc fort, Ky. Member, of .uter loiige. W. fraternally United to bo prewnt. T. Hec. I . sV CiJlKJssm B. D. CARTER, Now Liverw Depot Street, Phone 96. I STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Please the Boys. m Creditors' Notice A LT All creditor, of the Huntington Produce Fred Co., of Huntington, W. Va.. are hereliv notified to Dre.ent their claim. ngaln.t uld concern, properly proven a. prolutHI oy law, ioiqh unuer.iKneu h.iikii .. M IUC1I UlUt, ih llll.il,l. m. ...l..l.nMMln liuiuaiuvf aJ ., Mlthltl 80 da), from tueante nereoi. Dated KVANH,..lgneee, at lturn.tde, Ky., Hept. at.'. If". I.OVKTTA !. Whv not please a child when it is not to his injury. Our clothes always please the little fellows. The J. J, BELDEN, NOTICE! hn. placed Eureka Tonic on tale at I Han- i'rnh Orchard. nnd J. 1). Morton. Htnn taken In n half lord. Thl. tonic 1. to wine ton wine glnu lull three time, a day. nre,crltel br the tx'lt IlllV.lclan. Ill Itl. the htate. Ilunranteetl to cure .tollmen. liver nnd kidney trouble., will ne miu on the .treet. here next county court dny, Oct, 11, by their .nle.man. Dr. ILJ.OaMldy. The K'nriiier. Drill Co.. ot Lnwrencehuri: Manish Styles suit them. 1- Thisland That. Charles ;Neely, a farmer living near Franklin, fell dead while sitting at the mlng. l'apnr Hanging. (lun and Look.inlth ;. Shop oppclie uepoi. J, J. IlKLor.N, stnnford, Ky I breakfast table. The Veranda Hotel'at Lebanon burned. The site had Ibeen purchased by the government for a postofflce build; ing. each. fi.w will. nif will tmv I'.IO for the anl conxlctlon of tn party who murdered Jame. A. Engiemnn hi King, jiuuimuuo thl. past Hummer. If more than one, $200 REWARD arrest RENTI Knickerbocker trousers with every suit at $3.50, $5, $7.50 and $10. We have about 100 suits most all sizes, with plain straight botton trousers. Splendid off the price to close them Fruit And OrnarriMtal Trui ! school suits, at out, they are real bargains for school suits. Everything for Orchard. Ijwn an! Oar Anyway let us show them to you. den. Catalogue on Application. Ir. -3 FOR Judge R. L. Stout, circuit judge of No Agents. the Scott district, decided that Georgevwrvnt for 1M0 with nrlrlleee of tewing H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. town went dry by one vote 521 to 520, S) acre. In wheat thl. Full and planting corn nnd towicco nexi npniiK. in rem Lexington. Ky. in the election held 15 months ago. W. M. MVBPliy, for part of crop. Wayne.burg, Ky. Owen Dye, of Parkersburg, W. Va , and Roy Dalton, of Marietta, 0., both HOME FOR drillers, were burned to death as ths This paper has admonished the demo- result of a gas explosion at Griffiths-vill- e, One atory cottage of eight room, nnd nil county to leave no crats of Lincoln nece.utry otuiiuuuing.. Ixt contain, one W. Va. ncre.dlvlded into cow lot on which 1. roomy stone unturned in their efforts to elect The predicted 14 cent level was reach- hn.n tiiictrv timii. rnrn crlli. etc. (ioou the magnificent ticket which appears ed in the cotton market Saturday. garden .pot. Thl. I. n de.lrnble place, locaton this page and from what we can March cotton sold at that figure and ed on corner of Whitley and Miller Ky, A. H. HOLTZOLAW, Stanford, co trather our Dleadincs have not been in Uav advanced to about SI a bale over vain. From every section of Lincoln Friday's close. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI- in Incounty good reports come and it looks A site for t he proposed monument in NEERING. now as If democracy will win hand9 memory of the late Grover Cleveland down. The democrats are working like in) the near future and the will be chosen I nm prepared todo all kind, of .urveylng Trojans and are determined that the location will most probably be in and cl II engineering promptly. My work whole ticket from circuit judge to conwill te guaranteed uud my price, are me Princeton, N. J. Write me at McKlnney or call comstable shall win. The men composing in of Mrs. Basil W. Duke over the telephone through the llmtomlllo to make The funeral Exchange. the ticket are too took place at Lexington Saturday under McKINNEY. WALfKIl by an introduction necessary. All are and the auspices of the veterans and daughhave been citizens of thiii county for Dean Craik, Confederacy. ters of the years with the exception of Mr. Chas, of Louisville, recited the Episcopal A. Hardin, the nominee for Common' t,naa nima. HlIVHt halnar. trlftl'a 1F.. .( fcrv.w burial service. nVl WMW0 UU1.1VB annanany kind I of tree Huftonville, Ky. wealth's attorney, who resides in Harn.hlng or William Eschle. at whose home in forbid hunting, place, and w 111 pro.ecute vipa. .Ing on our rodsburg. Many of them have proven Omaha, Mrs. Thomas Wendt, an aged olator, to the full extent of the law. their fitness to fill any office they might woman, was robbed of over $7,000 while Ml.. Muttle Ilewe., Itelchenbach Uro, A. T. Tray lor. Fred llaumann. aspire to hold. Tbey are all good citi- she was doing the Eschle family's washK. II. Plummer, LllburnUoocb, H.O. Nunnelley. Will lle.ter, zens and full worthy of the honors they ing confessed having taken the money J, W. Iiaugbman, J. W. I'eck. seek. In fine it is an A 1 ticket, one David Htevena, J. E. Ilruce, Wm.Oordler. John Oamenl.ch, proud to sup- and returned. Heart strength, or ITeart Keitam, mean. Kerr any democrat should feel M. D. Elmore. Tray lor, Dan t. Dora, During the past three years Manager (JotllbOllck. Ptrnigth. or N.rf Weaknew-nothln- x Fred Hundorf, port. That it wilt win there is no scin- Jennings, not on weak heart In a hundred U. In It-D. M. Auder.on, of the Detroit base ball team, J, J.Thomp.on It 1 almort alwar. a Mlf. actually dlieawd. of doubt, but don't let that fact tilla Mr. and Mr.. Ja. II. Kad. hlMi ilnr IltlU ncrra that rrall t 1. all at Unit. J. F. Moer has drawn $11,600 in salary and perMr.. . J.ilorton HlDU.a Tbl. oUcure rurre-t- ha Cardiac or Heart Vim keep any one from working and voting. centage. He wants enough money this A. J. Elliott. Mr.. Geo. Logan. J. .Imply need., and must hare, raora power, mora Frnnk C'ordler, W.B. Daugherty, Remember the bigger the majority the lability. mora controlling, mora aoTemlnc total him $30,000 if his club llev. Fat her Leo, Dr.o.O. Terry, trenfth. Without that th Heart mutt continue greater the victory and do all in your year to H. H. Ilaughinun, II. W. (lulne., to (all. and th. Homach and kidnejl alM havt wins the penant. Uriah Albright Ail'.Jluui, thru iuu controlling nerves. a. a medldna. Dr. power to make the thing as nearly again Mr.. Marirnret (Jooch. Jacob Gander Thli clearly explain, why, The board of governors of the Amer W.H.Traylor Ueo.O.tlfveii., unanimous as possible. Ehoop'. Keuoratlv has In tho paw done so much JohnJufer, ican Textile Association has ordered all Ham Itobert., lor weak ana autna uearu. it. niuwp un uuui M, J. Hofmunn, Amend Hcbnefer, the causa of all thS painful, palpitating. .uSocat-tn-f A novel way to enforce prohibition, the big cotton mills of North and South E.T. Hea.ley A.H. Mutheny heart dl.trets. Dr. Sboop's KtoraUTs thU Mr.. J. H.Ow.ley, popular prescription ts alone directed to these L.H. Darner, Carolina to close down for a period ot possible under the Fitzhugh-P.ob- made II. L. Fngaley, weak and waning nerve centers. It builds I M.J. Morgan, K.U. Watkln., ICstrengtheriil It cJen real, genuine heart help. H.T. Harrl., inson liquor law limiting the number of from 14 to SO days in order to curtail Hundley. If you would hare strong Hearts, strong.dl. J. O. Nannie II. Good, Jt. Jf.Orow. saloons in each precinct one to each the manufacture of cotton. ('. K, McUlure, n establish tstlon. strengthen these iBarras Mr.. Anton Honecker, hem as Deeded, with Auder.on Uarr. Alleging that she is confined in a san GOO inhabitants to light at Faircame Fred VonUruenlgen W. M. Dl.hon, Mr.. Kate Adur field. Texas, the other day. After hav itarium for the insane illegally and for T. L. Iiaugbman, Mr.. Jlebeeca It. Carpenter Olutx. ing been dry for some time, Fairfield, the purpose of enabling her husband NJo Kopatx, M, V. Lawrence, W, ii.Bevier., in Freestone county, went wet and al and others to get possession of her John H.Lee, Tom Ferrlll, Ohrl.tlan Jacob, Fred Payk. most immediately applications for per- property, Mrs. Eliza Plunkett, sister of W. W. Pitman, Alex Cooper. J. Nevln Osrter, mits were filed with the controller for the late millionaire, Thomas Swope, of K. II. Denbatn, Mr.. W. O. Welch, PENNY'S DRUG STORE. H.C.Aoder.on, allow- Kansas City, made application at Nash the maximum number of saloons ed in that precinct. The controller ap- ville, Tenn., for a writ of habeas cor Subsequently pus. proved the applications. there were more applications and the An exciting episode took plsce in the controller refused them, advising that " room at Georgetown Satprecinct bad secured all the licens circuit coort the urday when a crowd of 25 men inSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. es to which it was entitled. The disap deduring pointed applicants replied that no "sa- vaded the room Edge, recess and a Lexington at- ORGANIZED IN 1882. manded of J. A. loons had been opened, and that the ap CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. plications were taken out by prohibi- torney, that he produce Mrs. Kate tionists who resorted to that method to Richardson, who was recently released SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. continue prohibition. from the Lexington asylum on a writ of HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $21600 habeas corpus through the efforts of Two brutea at Anets, N. D., caught Edge and other Lexington attorneys. Combinei Abiolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern Safety son of Simon McKenzie, Edge was later lined $500 and sentenca We Solicit Your Account. who liad taken the lead in the tight ed to six months in jail for contempt DepositlBoxes for Use of our Customers. against whisky, and ixmring coal oil on of court in failing to produce his client, J.K.HELM.SR For MagUtrnle Wnynesburg Dlitrlct, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Conitable Woynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH SALE! strt-vts- . NOTICEI H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. 0. L. Pcnnv U. ! I Insure vour Tobac and Tobacco Barns the West End "1 II. Coffey K. II. Coleman surance Agency. Get your policies written a good right pany W.J.CAMPBELL, Vinolf The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and.CoIds, Sold under a Guaran- tee at well-know- n r ID POSTED. W -- - Heart Strength (ll j I I ?Q L PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. r s Dr. Shoop's Restorative ANYONE Cau mix Coffee, but proper blending ami roast' ing requires years of experience. Many years of thought and study havu made CHASE & BAN HORN'S "Seal Brand" Coffee what it is today, the iuott delicious of all blende. i i FIRST NATIONAL BANK, "V. II. Higgins is the only place in town where you can get it. I him, net tire to his. clothes. He was Mrs, Richardson. burned. The hellhounds who comF. G Conn brought to mitted the atrocious crime should be terday 85 potatoes whichLancaster yesweighed burned at stake after being tortured in pounds anil which he says he raised 63 in every way possible for a while. one hill. A Negro who was killed by a street Tub Kestuaky State Journal with its new dress and increased size looks good car in Louisville, had 86 rings in bis to us. We are glad to see the splendid pockets. W. R. Cook, of Garrard, bought paper prospering. May it continue to 96. 76 fM4wa at do so. ly OFFICERS. , S. Mocker, President;, i S. T. Harris, John J, McKoberls, Cashier: H.0. Baugbisan, Ami. Casb'r W.W .Sauadsrs, Bookepr. ( F. Reid, M D. Elmore. II, C, Daughmin, S. T. Harris, W. 13 O'Bannon C. DIRECTORS. . H. Daughm.a, J, . M. Pettut, W. H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. P. Cummins, no. C. Robinson, . $. Hocker, . Tats, v. JL. m- - fTPWRtWWW i Wl!' I" ' W !!' ' .J 1 A New Top Coat. ii Asa finishing touch to your Fall stylo In thcso swell . - 3 .rt.. togs mid one of our new Full Coats in 1'lnin and Novelty effects. Only one of each coats, bo no ono will liavo one jiut like your. Come in and try ono on, you will want one. Wt- - Jw K '.' Our line of Coats embraces all styles and prices from $3.50 to 825.00. 'SEVERANCE - 6c some SON. STANFORD KY. country bacon at The best chewing tobacco at Whito's store. The Interior Journal. Stanford, Ky., The very shoo you want can bo found Wanted, at Whito's store. - 0(t. 22, 1900 'EvERYnODY wants Cummins & Wearen. that Davenport. for six country Wanted, to borrow J 100 months. This ollice. Some great bargains In box paper are being closed out to make room for new Wanted, some nice, clean stock at I'enny's Drug Store. - butter ar White's store. It s f r it. 1 1 i i Stamp under the rooster and sec that very your neighbor does likewise. sick. The best suit of underwear you ever Mr. H. C. Wray went to Brodhead saw for $1 at Whito's store. yesterday. Mr. Baker Walker of Nicholasville. li vnu arc looklnir for" fresh oysters and celery go to J. D. Horton's restau- wai hero Sunday. Miss Jennie Peitles, who has had lant. r typhoid fever, Is convalescing. Pnn Ritr.. Handsome rubber tire of Lebanon, Is Miss Emma Moffett, carnage. Call at this office for par- the guest of the Misses Alcorn. Mrs. L1fB. Hughes spent last week ticulara. Judge Wayne C. Cook, brother of with her homefolks at Mt. Vernon. Miss Daisy Veatcii, of Louisville, thn 1t Dr. I.. It. Cook, has retired af Is the guest of Miss Josephine Brady. ter 12 years' service as circuit judge in Mr. John Engleman, of Lculsville, tho Corydon, lnd., district.. ii visiting his father, Mr. It. C. Englc cotFor Sale. -- Beautiful man. tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo Bradley Bourn, a little brother of terms to suit ,Mrs. W. K. Warner, was her guest gan avenue. Price and purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Sunday. T. W. Conn, of Herrington, Kansar Gov. Willson was In town a few Is visiting his brother, r. J. Conn, In moments Thursday afternoon. He was Garrard. rMnrnW from Llbcrtv. where he had Mr. Mack Newell and daughter, of spoken In the Interest of the republican Stafford, Kansas, visited Mr. J. F. Kfg ticket. ncy and family. MANY a democrat has landed In tho Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Mount, of Lan bv scratching his bal caster, visited the family of Mr. II. J. rnrmlillrnn nartv lot. Don't get in the habit of scratch Sunday. McRoberts ing but stamp under the rooster and all IlEV Hour, who is attending State College. Lexington, spent Sunday with will bo well. the homefolks here. Bought an Auto. Mr. W. Bailey The Current Events Club will meet Hill has bought of Mr. James F. Cumwith Mrs. W. P. Grimes Thursday f. mins his Cadillac automobile. We preternoon at 2 o'clock. dict Stanford will bo full of automobiles Mrs. J. M. Rains and daughter, Mar next Spring. caret, of Lebanon, are visiting her THE Lincoln County Fair Association brother J. L. Jarvis. bidder on SaturMr. and Mrs. Marcus May. of will sell to the highest amphthe guests of his day, Oct. 30, at 3 l M.. their Gravel Switch, were itheatre and all buildings, fence, etc. sister, Mrs. J. L. Jarvis. sold separately and as a Mrs. T. D. Newland has returned Same will be daughter, Mrs. L. whole. . from a visit to her acres. The Farm For Sale.-1- 13 C Kelly, at Orlinda, Tcnn. Mr. J. F. Holtzclaw, of Lancaster, best tobacco, corn and hog farm in passed through Friday en route to the Madison country. Seven miles from Sunday School Convention at Owensbo-rRichmond. Public sale Tuesday Nov. 23rd, at 2 r. M. B. W. Sturdevant, Mr. fi. W. Daniels and wife, of Cottonburg, Ky. Pike countv 'III., are visiting the fam At tho democratic speaking at llv of Mr. A. H. Stizall In tho East Friday night much enthusiasm End. was evinced. Over 100 voters were Miss Annie D. McUouerts had speeches of her little Mends with her present and they heard stirring good by Messrs. George B. Saufley, Thomas Saturday evening and all had a H. Shanks and Kindrick Alcorn. time. B. Sartin. carrier on route Mn. J. News comes from Somerset that the No. 1, is taking his vacation and Sam whisky people are trying mighty hard Spoonamore is carrying the mall in his to defeat Judge Ezra S. Gooch for city ittparl. judge. This should make the people Mrs. w. P. Walton and little more determined to elect him and daughter, Mary, of Lexington, arrived doubtless it will. Judge Gooch has yesterday for a short visit. Louisville made a model official and it will be a Times. black oye to Pulaski's growing caiptal Mrs. J. F. May and sons. Frank and if he is defeated. m m fVril. of Kansas City. Mo., are the Gov. Willson wound up his speech guests of the family of her brother, at Liberty last week as follows: "Don't J. T,. Jarvis. Rev. J. L. Yandell, who Is doing fall to roll up a big majority for Jason mUnlnnarv work in Leslie county, at Wesley. If wo can get tho Senate and tended the missionary convention here House wo'll redistrict tho Stato so we can keep in power." Think this over, Thnmilav and! Friday. Mr. W. O. Scott, of Paris, is visit- Mr. Democrat, before you scratch a ing hi. narents. Mr. and Mrs. David single nominee. Stamp under the roosKentt- - He was accompanied home by ter and let the game cock do tho If r.nt n.l Mik.I C. II. Burns, also of scratching ... any is to bo done. si Negro, Paris, John Fishthe nua i r. carpenter and M. M, er,The two steers sell to Land & Buchattempted to Phillips attended tho meeting of tha anan for a ridiculously small sum, beState Medical Society in Louisville. The longed to J. D. Whltehouse, who reformer read a paper which was most cently bought tho Ike Lanier farm, this favorably commented on. side of Danville. The cattle were takCol. and Mrs. Sam Owens, of pasture by the Negro and ban- en out of his came down to attend tho driven here. Mr. Whltehouse came up quet given by Somerset Lodge No. Ill, Friday and claimed the F. & A. M., In honor of Grand Master, and sold them to Land & Buchanan for Virgil P. Smith, Friday evening. Som- $35 each. The Negro will be taken to erset Journal. It Is Mrs. Nancy Herndon, who with Danville and prosecuted. s Missouri relatives, is visiting Mrs. S.J. Rockcastle. -- Mr. D. N. Williams, Embry and others of her Kentucky kin and not "Mrs. Herring" as our types of Mt. Vernon, one of the beat fitted mado us say. Mrs. Herndon was Miss men In Kentucky for tho place. Is mak Nancy Perrin and is well remembered ing the race on the Democratic ticket by our young people. for County Court Clerk in Rockcastle. Ho has had tho experience and under LOCALS."' stands thoroughly the duties of that of Attend tho salo of lion. K. B. King fice. If tho republicans and democrats Wednesday. urn na wise in that ranidlv erowirur at Moreland rnnntv aa we think thev are. they will THE Ladies Aid Society of tho Pres- elect htm. Mr. Williams Is tho father byterian church will meet with Mrs. of Attorney C. C. Williams, of Mt. Mattio Wither at 2:30 Friday after- Vernon, and JUdee R. G. Williams. noon. Commonwealth's Attorney of the Ken He is a gentleman of the Talk with me before buying a typ- ton district. and sea sample at my honfe. T. old school and is thoroughly equipped ewrit, for Standard far the omce be aspires to nil. we A. Bracken, loeal Little PERSONALS. Miss Pearl Emory Is r T ... flve-roo- a o. ... ' L. It. Hughes V. O. Mtrti T. W. Htimblo New colors in mens' and boy's hats. Hon. B. B. King sold to Mr. C. M. Cummins & Wearen. Back, of Hustonvillc, his farm near . Moreland, at $S5. It 210 acres. Look at the Ideal, tho shoe that This sale of land will contains not interfere with don't pinch. At Whito's store. Mr. King's sale Wednesday. si Don't forget tho Farmers' meeting Roy Rordins died at her home Mrs. at Kings Mountain Wednesday and near I'rcachersvillo Sunday, aged about Thursday, Nov. 3 and 4. 25. Sh'e is survived by her husband .s Deceased was will pay you to take a look at our and two small cnildren. heavy footwear before buying your a daughter of Mr. Bailer Anderson, of Brodhead, and was a devout member winter shoes. Cummins & Wearen. You can't beat our line of Shoes for Comfort, Quality, Style of the Christian church. nnd Low Prices. Wc have the strongest line of Ladies' and those desiring to take china All G3th Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. J. painting will please call on me at my Children' Shoe? in Fatents, Vicis, Velours, Tans, Ac, that M. Hocker, who were married in Linhomo at once. Mrs. Catherine McCIary. wo have ever carried. Most any color you want in Suede top. coln county, celebrated the 65th anniWe invito your inspection. The Somerset Times is so hot for J. versary of their marriage at Hamilton M. Roberts for sheifT that it prints the College, Lexiugton, Sunday, Mr. HockMen, don't forget we represent two of tho best Tailoring gentleman's picture twice in the same er having founded and built that splenconcerns in the country and guarantee Fit, Quality and Price. issue. did institution of learning. The aged Have a new line of Fall and Winter couple had four living children, 14 millinery. Call and see our new pat- grandchildren and 21 greatgrandchildterns in the latest styles. Mrs. C. M. ren, many of whom arrived in Lexington to be present at the celebration. Young, Highland, Ky. .. i.. m Jones, -- After a brief illness of heart Bronze For Sale. Thoroughbred and kidney trouble Mr. Cyrus M. Jones Turkeys, Pekin Drakes and Whito Wy. died at his home near Maywood Sunday Mrs. James . andotte Cockerels. morning, aged 77. He is survived bv J Phone No. Cash, Turnorsville. his wife, who was a Miss Tucker, "and C. E. Tate has bought through E. D. five children and in their irreparable Eads, the hustling tinner and plumber, loss unbounded sympathy is felt for STANFORD. KENTUCKY. a under fed hot air them. Mr. Jones moved to this county furnace, which Mr. Eads will install at from Pulaski in 1858 and made a model once. citizen. He was a successful farmer and for a number of years was an exLost, between W. T. Tucker's and tensive trader. Deceased joined the Crab Orchard about a month ago a Cumberland Presbyterian church manv Deitz buggy lantern. Reward for its years ago and so lived that he was return to Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Stanready and willing to meet his Maker. ford. He leaves considerable of this world's A week from the splendid goods and the best of all a good name. ticket which appears on our second He will be missed by his friends and pago will bo elected. The majorities neighbors, who held him in the highest will range from 300 to 500. Mark our esteem. At the late home at 1 o'clock prediction. yesterday afternoon, Revs. J. J. Dick "Haul Wear in every pair." It is made of toft, pliable chrome tanned . ey, or the Methodist church, and J. Farm For Sale llGacrc farm on Murray Taylor, of the Baptist church, waterproof leather, the finest and most durable of all leather for heavy Dlx river, four miles North of Stanford preached interesting and appropriate and near Hubble. Improvements fairly funeral sermons, after which the re- wear. If you want a Shoe that will give you perfect satisfaction, try n good and splendid new barn. J. F, mains were laid to rest in Buffalo cem- pair. Wo believe this Shoe will last you much longer than six months, but Rigney & Son, Stanford.! etery. Mr. Jones was twice married. Gov. Willson says if the republicans his first wife being a sister of Mr. W. wo will guarantee that you get at least six months wear aud satisfaction. T. Saunders, formerly of this place. get the House and Senate they will the State so that they can re main in power always. Avert such a N OT1CE I calamity by voting the straight demo WnniktbeputronnKe of our friends and cratic ticket. neighbors our nursery White's store. SHOES! HUGHES, MARTIN & It m ... CO., 99-2- Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, HARDWARE SHOE ! y m slons." for tioinv crown t rf l a. a., I. ...a...! iriL. i It l Jim Tall is in duranco vile again. nni! well grown. rrlctsnre rensormbiV. Ad J.A.McKKK, r He sought to exterminate Ellen Mays, dre aujh .Miiuuiniu, Lincoln ioM Jvj. also colored, with his big gun, but the I latter used a poker and broke Tali's arm. He fired one shot at her but it Kor 1V10 my fnrm of ttt ucres at Crab Orchwent wide of the mark. ard fi to 10 acre, of lint- - totuu-rlantl, (or corn, meadow ami imsturv. Kor furlher Information call on J. Ward Moore. The docket for tho November term OnibOriliiinl. Ky.,or aildrrm nie at N.l. t'HAH. of tho Lincoln circuit court, which be H. HINC1LKTON. gins Monday, contains 55 old Common wealth cases and Gl Commonwealth appearances, makirg 116, of which 25 are 40 old felonies and 91 misdemeanors, Veterinary Hurgt'on A IHutltt, common law cases, 17 common law ap - KentucKy. pearances, 79 old equity, 21 equity ap including six suits for di pearances, l'houe No. MS. CalU nntwered proniptly.day vorce. or night. Located at 11. D. Carter's Livery Ham. The convention of tho Societies of tho Pres Transylvania Presbytery at I byterian church last week proved a At my farm, one mile North of Turners-vlllmost Interesting occasion and great 1 will on good was accomplished. Dolegates WEDNKHDAY, NOV. 17, 10U9. wero present from many counties and offer for sale) the following described prophoru', 1 brood much work of importanco was transact erty: One. pair work mules, Jof earllrig catmare, 4 cowi and calves, lot ed. On Thursday night Revs. Boggs tle, do pood ewes, m fat hoK, lot of sous and pltis, lSu shocks of corn, hay and fanning and Kinnalrd told in an interesting way Implements. If not rented privately time, I of their mountain work ana. on Friday furmthatthe year will on that day, rent my leiu. Terms made known for night Dr. G. W. Painter gave a most on day of sale. Hale to begin at 1 o'clock. J. K. Gorer, entertaining lecture on "Foreign Mis J, I. Chandler, Auct. ! s FOR RENT W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. i. Dr. Willis Morgan, To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent Counties Wo have secured tho skating rink building for a salesroom for leaf tobacco in tho hand aud will bo ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is sufficiently 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 representing tho largest manufacturers nnd dealers in tho U. S. will bo represented in Danville, thus insuring tho highest market price to tho grower. Call aud sco us before disposing of your tobacco. Stanford, PUBLIC SALE e. no spent a number of years aa missionary to China and knew where of he spoke. Tho dolegates were hos pitably entertained by the members of the Presbyterian church and went home feeling that it was good to be here. Splendid Farm At Auction nuver-iaiiimd The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse, J. W. ACTON, GEO. COGAR & CO., Proprietors, Danville, Ky. 1 .. TypwlUr - jJSfeasfrHPjEstgJw Exc iMuage, New York. ait bejM he will via. F. Pierce Combest, n one of Casey's wealthiest and citizens, died Saturday after a protracted illness. Ho is survived by his wife and several children, including a daughter, Mrs. S. P. Stephenson, of tho West;End of this county. Deceased was one of the brightest and highest Masons in tho State, was president of the Commercial Bank of Liberty and an oxtenslve farmer and stock raiser. Ho was a republican in politics and had represented his county in the Legislature. He was an exceedingly clever, man and had a legion of frlendswho sincerely regret his taking away. Mr. Combest frequently visited Stanford and was here. The burial took place at his home at Phil at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Peace to his ashea and condolence to the bereaved oaes. COMDEST.-Hon. best-knowkind-hearte- d well-know- n ... M. HO acres land, well located, fairly well Improved. In hlabstateof cultivation. most all in lirass.un abundance of good stock water r iurmsneu irom sonnies: about auo barrel corn, stacks of hay, farm ing implements, etc 11 farm is not sold privately will be offered publicly at my sale G.IMURPHY. Murphy Q. Acton, 1. PauU and will be it Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1909. Cut Prices Until Nov. jeu- roiirjeiineisucKiiiiKcoits, jj.year-olenneWfiom i todyeur old. 1 jacks, luck fi suckling Jack colts, 6 brood mares, mule mures, 1 registered liiorougimred oroou mare, i registered standard bred trotting mare, two.year.old filly. 1 l.year.old registered standard bred trotting tllly. I standard bred registered trotting horse, 1 pair 4 yeur old-- l work inuies.j pair jyeur oiu wors muies, i nair year old horse mules. 1 extra Kood walking horse. This small herd of Jacks and Jennets are of the very best stock In Kentucky and this Is an opportunity for u man to net some foundation stock to start on. All these Jennets that have been tried are regular ureeuers aim mem are two extra good Jennet Jacks In lot offered. The sale will commence promptly at v o'clock A. m. 1 1 1 To those at a distance will say that this Our prices on all Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Meu's Odd farm Is locutul at Moreland station, Lincoln Notions will bo greatly red u ceil until Nov. let aud then there county, Ky.. on theQ.AU, lty.j good hotel accommodations at Moreland. This Is a clmngo in our busiucss that we are confident will mean much to closing out sale of farm stuck and crop. our custom- ers us well us to us. It will bo to your udvanttigo to trade with us, us we will save you money on each purchasa. Preparo yourtelf aud family for Now while you can save money, givo us a trial and let us tho Winter. show you what wo will do for you. Wo want more Cash trade aud are inak. iug tho reductions as inducements to thoso pyiug Cash, feeling that those paying Cash aro entitled to goods at u smaller margin of profit than thoso buying ON TIME. So if you have money to spend call aud get our Cash s, tjueens-war- o prices on anything you want either dry goods, notions, or hardware. Do uot fail to watch this space for tho change in our business Nov. let gro-erie- MURrH Y ouOct.n.lVmV. 11. 11. K1KQ, Morelaad, Ky. k, Kings Mountain Ky, a ACTON Li y , jW . jUfci..... .jA f!? wtj- -. Mt Ulllnrtjsi . . MS M -- i 1. "flf Tryr V- - ft- - w -- mj iiip mjiyawm " 'l"i'ypiw wwmrT""liiirei"Wl" T " jvr f. The Interior Journal. roit-OJi- JtnUredinlhe tttond-cla- u matter. al Stanford at L. &N.TI2VTETHBLE No.ll.Hoatli.lliMr.M. a M. No.st,Houtii,ll:t No. , North, ! No.T7.IOM7 A M. No.Sl,:WP. M. JO.JI, North.4!4A. r. Mi M. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgoon Dontist, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Offico over McRoberts' Drug Storo in the Owsley Building. FARM FOR SALE The form of I 1W acres, of good Mue Bras, land, lying one ml to North of McKlnney.on the HtnnforU pike. Improrement. and fencing good; plenty of water and fruit. Alio 125 acre, of timbered land one mile Ea.tof McKlnner shall under fence;plenty ot water nnd good tobacco land. Hoo J. A. Gl V KNH, Agent, Aiciviiiurj', rvj grow-pg.cro- Fall and Winter Stock. ilave'your mea.uro taken by n tailor of perience. Then your clothe., wliethern low price business ault or the II nest evening clothe., will have that Individuality and lit which plainly indicate they were made to your'inea.ure. I will ai.o tare your men. lire for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats' nnd overcoat.. Fall and winter ample, on hand ready for your Inspection. H.U. HUPLEY. The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. ex- CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! I can furnl.htho public with the best, na wello. the fre.hent of cut flower., plant, ol tall kind., buIlM, potted flower.,olon short notice. Also make a apeclalty wreath. for for funeral purposes. In connection with the above, I havo all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable price.. 01IIU8TM AN (1HKEN HOUSES. ED HuilIlAUI), I'KOH. Stanford, Ky. Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence Phone 34; Office, OS. Insure with me and be fully protected. CONCRETING creting, such a. lllock Work, Pavement, nnd. In fact, w a can make any thing frouiK house down to a fence post. We cun serve you promptly and guarantee wprs mm mnieniu. uananu gei our price, before you buy your material ut least. tlrst-clas. We are In position to do nil kinds of con- PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHOINY count. given to losses which are paid without Idis- - Insures Tobacco, To- Meade.property on Richmond road near The bacco Barns, Hemp, town, sold last week by J. B. Sandusky to Alexander Walker, was sold All Kinds of Farm week by Walker to W. A. Price at this an Property, Everything, advance of $700, the price being $14,300. Hughes Everywhere. Light- ton sold & Swinebroad and J. I.83 Hamilacres for ning, Fire, Tornado, of land near G. B. Swinebroadpart of the Bryantsviile, a Life, Live Stock, Health Dunn farm, to C. A. Willard, of Vir Lancaster Record. and Accident, Plate ginia,a at $100. of the Burley Tobacco At meeting Glass.Suretyon Bonds Society district committee at Winchesincorporation were adoptter Immediate attention ed articles ofproposed Burley tobacco for the company under the name of the Burley Tobacco and Insurance Company, which shall have the right to buy, sell or manufacture tobacco. The capital stock was fixed at $2,000,000 with a debt limit of $20,000,000. It is provided that a for Clyde Curtis sold to Joe Jordan a bay llfo, from a ternblo cut on my knee gelding for $175. cap," writes Frank Dlsbury, Kclllher, Fob Sale. A good Jersey milk cow. Minn., "without llucklen's Arnica J. S. Turpln, Stanford. Salve, which soon cured mo." Infal- W. H. Shanks sold to T. V. Jones CO Hblo for wounds, cuts and bruises, It hogs at C to Cc. soon cures burns, scalds, old sores, Fob Sale. 100 bushels of potatoes. bolls, skin eruptions. World's best C. L. Hcnsley, Kings Mountain, Ky. for piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Storo. G. II. Jarvis, of Garrard, raised 20 "Well, I've got a government job at Irish potatoes that weighed 25 pounds N. Wells sold his farm of 75 acres last," said tho man In the new fall ov A. near Shelby City to J. H. Kreigcr for crcoat. "But," protested, "you said that li $4,500. Pow the civil scrvlco examination you an Estraved or stolen from Cant. ell's nlace red steer. 1.150 pounds. W. swored every question wrong!" "Yes. So thev'vo put me," ho ex P. Givcns. milk cows nlalned. "in chargo of a weather Fon Sale. Two young Good ones. W. V. Pitman, Stanford, bureau." R. F. D. No. 3. "My sister is now well after doctor L. S. Hughes, of Nicholas county, said sho had tuberculosis. IJyomol raised two sweet potatoes that aggre- did nry Lena, 2V03 St. AnnSt., gated eight pounds. New Orleans. Hyomel cures catarrh Mt. There were 8,000 cattle on the monoy back. Complete outfit 1 at Sterling market last court day. Dcst or Penny's. 1,100 pound steers brought 42c ood Mr. Borem Goode (11:30 r. Iko Phillips had a valuable harness night, Miss Evangollne, I've had horso to die Thursday. Ho valued tho animal at $250 and had refused $200 for such a pleasant evening. night I'll be In this neighborhood, and him. hogs, I'll stop. Estrayed. Three barrow Miss Evangeline Thank you so much black spotted, weigh about 250, crap off left ears. Liberal reward. E. T. for telling me. I won t be home. Pence. Tho llttlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets Abncr & Mussinon purchased in crop In a few hours 'ots 1,500,000 pounds of tobacco from called Provontlcs, will safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo. Bourbon county growers at prices rangSold by Penny's Trythemt ing from 8 to 15c. Moore, of Boyle, sold his Drug Storo McBrayer farm to Robert Quisenberry for $63,000 "Nothing lost here but the squeal," and then bought from Mrs. Henton, declared the packer. "Are you as econear Versailles, her farm of 235 acres, nomical in conducting your business 7" for $28,000. "Just about," answered the visitor. Joseph Jordan has bought the R. A. 'I'm a lumber manufacturer. Nothing Dodd stables at Wilmore and will make wasted but the bark." that villiage his home, lie bought 50 l'alns of women, head pains, or any head of horses in Boyle county this pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with week. Ad vocate. The report of J. A. Taylor, president Dr. Shoop's Pink rain Tablets. .See of tho National Ginners' Association, full formula on 25c box. Sold by indicates that there has been ginned to Penny's Drug Store. October 18, 5,320,000 bales of cotton, which Is nearly a million bale9 less than FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN was ginned in this period last year. TY FOR SALE ! Lancaster Court. There were ab)ut 150 cattle at the Lancaster court a iinn Mm arils, fnrm for snip situated on lU mile. yesterday, most of which sold. Good nnu'tilkn nrnr I'nlnt Ifnvell nnd aw acre., of !nnciutr. steers went southlocated In good containing yearling and neighborhood, being well as high as 4Jc but 4c was the ruling pnrtof tbeJoun Walker tract, wllhn hand-om- e een-rooresidence new, pri:e. Butcher stuff was slow. A thereon, with nil necessary outbuilding, and eu new burn soj.ou. wr, good, nimber mule colts sold at $55 to $90. never falling .urlng, nnd creek running At a meeting of the district commit- through. "n cash In hnml.bnlnnca on nnd Tehii1. year, from day of .ale, bearing six per tee of the Burley Tobacco Society at paid. reports were read showing cent lntere.t untilfor .uch place please rite Winchester l'ersont looking W.O. Walkeb, Stanford. or.ee that about 13.000 acres of tobacco have been pooled since Oct. 1. The time for pooling has not been closed and will remain open, subject to the action cf the executive committee. considerable, nnnoynnce Iinvlna sum-reSecretary of War Dickinson has sold nnd duinage from outlaw.. In breaking gate und teurlng down nnd destroying his country seat, "Bblle Meade," near latche. my gate., on the county rond that run. Nashville, to J. O. Leake for Ashville through nivfnrm, I hue concluded to orrer leading to the capitalists. The place contains 400 n reward for Information or erson. I conlctlon of .uch peronof $.7) for Infortherefore gle tho. um acres and the price is $110,000. Belle will mation leading to the arre.t nnd con Ictlon Meade was once famous as a nursery of any party or parties, that binu broken on any of my gatei.orthat lme for thoroughbred horses. Tho illness the latche. ...wtiinuniki'inrnilAwn anr of mv irate. county rood which run. from the of the secretary's son forced his aban- on the Hustonvllle turnpme to iuo jiiiiruBesnm donment of the management of Belle turnpike, through my farmland f will give leading d It"-HcM.)-Gc. two-stor- y FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Frightful Fate Averted. "I would havo been a crlpplo Stock of Merchandise for Sale. ness, 111 I desire to .ell privately my stock of dm-eerinnd Hardware. lolmr n coo.1 busi e, health. will Inrolc. about .$?). llea.on (IKO. I). UOITKIl, (Stanford, Ky, 1 FARMS FOR SALE 1 wish to sell privately my fnrm of Mncre. nt Jumbo. Lincoln County, Ky. four mile, from Mc Kilmer. Has on It good dwelling, good bnrn. cellar, spring house, nne water, etc, Ijind Is In high state of cultivation. Also hnvfl four other small fnrm.mr.nie. All won improved. Term. nu.- factory. Stanford, Ky., It. K. I). D.U.Hll'fLK, No.S. C. B. PR U ITT, Morolnnd, Kontucky) New Fall Lino Millinery now in. Also cv tiiriiitiirc coming in al most daily. O. R. Pnt'trr, Morclatnl, Ky. Harry Jacobs, Dealer In nnd Manufacturer oC - MMtrwr-ffai - jm S SIsSBEZW v .?-- " tK""aa cumia Men', Youth jiricc. Alw a 87.50 to $20. will 1ms XtTTrn" W'c are now ready to Miow you one of tho lct lines of and ChililrenV Clothe ever hown tho jooj1q for the lowest line of Overcoat anil Oravaucttea from new am! iijvto-ilat- e Marker, nnd Post., Cemetery nnd fjswn Good values. Come in and let us show you. Am sure you vase. and Hetteas. Ulllce and work., Mc Kinney, Ky. with this line. Marblo and Cranlto Montr monts, rileaed Wo Buy i . Il.'d 3i and WooS li. o L SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. ln LOUISVILLE. KY. nuUulicd in 1656 "Ow hH crnturr U LouniSc saJ tin do heller foe yi rr' tsta. Rtimftcv, sae.ts cr txjamimva ut Dk la Loumlf. Writ for wnllf pace liii Cfntcngi Ftthr,Tnow, D. GoU.n3eI,lYcDowHooil,MrAppt, Wild Gin.tr, mtc. U't tt d.aUral 229 Itl.Sabbl&Sons, E. . ad .tvpciaji U.S. M.rstt St. the e. Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. SHERIFF'S SALEI for 1 to REWARD. d ftv virtue of n ludcment of the Lincoln of Ham (I. Castel- (Junrlerly Court. In loagaiusi j. it iieniiey, i.oroneni myiiep-utlwill. on Monday, the Mil day of lto. between the hour, of o'clock e p. M. and J o'clock r. x., at the door In Htanford, county of Lincoln, Ky., expose to public utle to the highest bidder. me following property lor so uiucu mereoi a. may l necessary to satisfy the amount S: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT-J.B- . W-BRIGHT, CASHIER, ot the I'lalnlllT'.debt, Interest, and cosls.i One colt limned PAXTON. J. W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. "Hilly Hiieeil." I sorrel colt named Uiy colt namH. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER "John llolnie.," ed "LIlton,"l bay filly S year, old nnd li HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. hand, high, : weanling colt.. Thl. proerty will l .old .ubject to a mortgage nmr on .nine In faor of A T Nunnelley OlRCOTORSl und of record In clerk', olllce of Lincoln county court In mortgage book M, pnge Slo. Tkhmh. Male will be made on n credit of three months. Iwml with numoted .ecurltv J. 13. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford ut rate of a reUlrl, pernnnumInterest uny the .me, nun John H. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Itau- 01 percent kin, Iancaster; J. II. I'axton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, hating the force nnd irom of a sale bond, effect this lWh day of October, Wait. Gilberts Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. T.J. HILL, M.UC. court-liou.- Capital, Surplus, Resources, S5O.O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 M. ti S- ear-ol- d ly ei-l.tl- II. Cummins, Preachcrsville; Lilhuru Gooch, Gilhcrts Creek. the same amount for Information party or to the arrest und conrlctlon of any onrtle. who In the future commit uny of the above offense.. Wltnes. my nnnu tui. ivm uay "i "! Dinwiddie & Co, .., T. llsjy. J.HILUHK. Stoves and Ranges! 1 Bring Your Printing' To Hustonville, Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line of goods. up-to-d- ate Just received a large and well se- lected stock of each. See our new Range before you buy. J,L.Beazley&Co., certain portion of the capital stock shall be set aside for insurance. r, The noted thoroughbred stallion in many respects the most famous sire in the world, died at the Elmendorf Farm of James B. Haggin, near Lexington. He was by Imp. Prince Charlie, dam Salina by Sal-vato- GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. HENRY The. '" INTERIOR JOURNAL Office -- - 'Undettaters and Embalm. en. Also Dealers in Fur .niture, Mattings.Rug. They mil eio'iange Furniture for Kin Is of Stock. Give Them a Call; Prices Right. U Lexington, and was foaled in 1836. During his career on the turf Salvator won $120,000, and since being retired to the stud has sent many famous stare to ho ran the turf. As a against time at Long Branch and made a new record of 1:35), which still stands. d WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- H. B. NORTHCOTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All ll Money Comes in Bunches. To A. A. Chisolm, of Treadwell, N. Y , now. Ills reason Is well worth reading: "For a long time I suffered from Indigestion, torpid liver, constipation, nervousness and general de blllty," he writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no appetite nor ambition, grew weaker every day In spite of ull mediThen used Mectrlo cal treatment Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all my old tlmo health and vigor. Now I can attend to business every day. Its a wonderful modlclne." Infallible for stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and nerves. Wo at Penny's Drug Store. In addition to the order for 50 more of the heaviest type freight locomotives Disced with the Amorican Locomotive Company the Baltimore and Ohio board of directors at its last meeting authorized tho immediate ordering of 3,600 steel hopper car and 1,000 steel under-fram- e box can. Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Iron and Rubber. STANFOUD. - KENTUCKY. .AND. J. C. McClary, r H- - i ai.. s. j. The Interior Journal B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford- - Best . BOTH ONE YEAR FOR RURAL TELEPHONES. J1R. FARMER: Make your homo as modern for your family as a city residence, and place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotation at any time. This can bo accomplished by menus of our telephone service, which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with tho bcucfita received. Call or address our nearest oiiico or wrlto direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenth, for information rcgardlug our special "Farmers' L'uio" rate. If you aro not nt present enjoying telephone service, wa can immediately interest you. Our liucs coyer the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana aud tho Southern iwrtiou of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. Illinois. (IMCOUrOkUTKU); Work Lowest Prices m ONLY $1.50. Few people to tbs United State, have not l, jDeinucratlc heard of the to all thlDgt, fair la all thing., clean In all thing., it 1. essentially a family paper. By a .pedal arrangement we are enabled to of L one for the WEEKLY year and thl. paper for the price named above, send your labecrlptum for toe com. blaatlon to m not tc the Oourl.r-Jou- r Oourler-JournaCOUUIKB-OUUNA- Undertaker. Embalmor and Dealer In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, t KY- Home OCM f boae, 1ST. f hoo 0. M. &.&ilWA r , i,i ... -. i ......itoi rw.j.;!..