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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- r THE INThRIoP JOURNAL i VOL XXXVII STANFORD KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 1909 NO 70 rCte the StrCILight IJeDr1CcrCILticTicket on Tuesday November 2 1909 And you will never regret it What some of the leading business men of Lincoln and Boyle counties say ofour countyman W L McCARTY the democratic nominee for sheriff STANFORD KY OCT 21 1009 Stullj We think him worthy of your consideration Very truly J S HOOKER President S T HARRIS Vice President STANFORD KY OCT 23 1909 Mr W L McCarty the present nominee of the democratic party for Sheriff of Lincoln county has done business with us for years and knowing him as we do we can commend him to nil the good people of Lincoln county 1V M BRIGHT Cashier and S 11 SHANKS President Lincoln County National Bank DANVILLE KY j OCT 18 1909 Mr 1AitlcCarty Stanford Ky Dlult Mr Mack For 20 years that you did business with the Fllrmcr National Bank of this pled there WiB no one of OUt s Cuba n1l It+ wbo wnt more COITI ct in keeping hinlstlf better infitrnredas to coaditiOhI of his balance and who was inure nntisfitctory in all your dealings Ve have often written cit nwlehantt that nnystatcnter t you would make was entitled tofnll credence that ae had always Iuund you upright and reliable and had no hesitation in accommodating for tichat you needed that you had ahiays met every obligntioll its agreed and that we heldon in high esteem Very respectfully yours G 1Y CnshiCl MIDDLEBURO There Is but little doing In the eke Uon Neither party seems to be busy The Saints are holding a meeting at their church on Grove Ridge east ol YosemiteJason Coffey has had gasoline lights placed in his store at Yosemlto and hit place of business has somewhat tho ap pearanco of a city house The Casey County Farmers Institute will be held on Nov 29 and 30 so say hills posted by President Uartlo Our farmers should take an active interest in these meetings and make them what they should boo Rev J L Owens went to Somerset last week to make a speech for the tern pcranco people Bro Owens is an oraj tor of no mean ability and his work for tho right will be felt when tho voto Is taken on tho whisky question Misses Salena Jones and Ruth Dyo and Mrs Laura Leo will represent tho Baptist church in the Sunday school un ion at Liberty Sunday Charles Over street and J P Coppngo candidates for sheriff and circuit clerk respectively wore hero this week t John Henry Thomas editor of a little vermifuge wrapper known as the Casey County News says If ho lived In Mid dleburg precinct he would vote for S W Black for magistrate and beat Tom Denson just for a change Of course he would do that and many other things that a sensible man would not do Tho truth is John Henry has been beaten for office so often that he is quite eon R ous of ono who can bucketed Our pee pie know how to appreciate an officer who is faithful in the discharge of his duty and will vote accordingly regard less of party affiliation John Henry should give his attention to tho regular tion of the length of sermons preached In Liberty and not so much to matters he knows so little aboutT S BENSON Its A Top Notch Door Great deeds compel regard Tho world crowns Its doers Thats why the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery tho king of Throat and lung remedies Every atom Is a health force It kills germs i and colds and lagrlppe vanishes It heals coughrackol membranes and coughing stops Soro Inflamed bron ohUl tubes and lungs are cured and homorrbagCH cease Dr Goo Moore t Blackjack N C writes it cured mo of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors GOi el Trial bot tle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storage p p I see you have the regulation five feet of books Yes I believe in having tho clas ales Have you read any of them T Well about two Inches The BodRook of Suoooss Lies In a keen clear brain backed by Indomitable will and resistless energy Such power comes from the splendid health that Dr Kings Now Life Pills impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon Llzemoro W Va writes They are the best pills I over used S15o at Pennys Drug Store They all sold I would make a splen did candidateWell So I became a candidate Again well 7 And now look what they say about me I Health ColTee Is tho cleverest Imitation of real coffee over yet mado Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts etc Fine in flavor Is mado in Just ono minute s No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Storo She But papa says you are not very provident HeYou toll your father that I have saved up 300 pairs of old socks for my uture wife to darn ti BRODHEAD Elder Campbell filled tho pulpit at the Christian church last Sunday Rev Jamison of Livingston will preach at tho Baptist church next Friday night Several from here expect to attend the fifth Sunday service at Pine 11111 Sun day Henry and Jack Sutton of tho Quail neighborhood with their fomiles left Tuesday for Northwest Iowa thinking there are better chances to make money there than here They may find it so but wn opine that when tho first one of those western blizzards strikes them I they will wish for the sand rocks and saw briars of old Rockcastle At a sale last Saturday at Quail two boys engaged in a quarrel which ended in a tight One of them threw a rock which missed the ono aimed at and struck Jim Cash a bystander on the arm brenkltfg It just above the elbow About three years ago at a sale and at the same place Jeff Dowel shot at his cousin Bob Dowel missing him and hitting a man named Thompson from the effects of Which he died a year later Postmaster John Robins and wife at tended the funeral of Mrs Roy Robins at Preachersville Tuesday Eugene llamm of New Hope was with his parents In the Sayers section first of the week Walter Robins who tried railroading for three days on Q C Is back in Brodliead Ed Williams and wife of Junction City are visiting relatives hero Millard Hilton and sis ter Miss Jolmovo of near Stanford were hero this week There seems to be a gang of robbers living in or near this place Every few weeks a store or dwelling is broken Into Last Friday night an attempt to break into the store of J Thos Cherry was nude by chopping or trying to chop through the door but by some means or other tho wouldbe robbers were frightened away before complet ing their work A second attempt was made Sunday night but Clerk Durham who was sleeping In tho store scared off tho person or persons On each of the nights the boarding house of Mrs Anna Shumate was entered and some wearing apparel taken the first night but Mrs Durham lying awake heard the noise and started to call for help which frightened away tho thieves The Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Our splendid big new warehouse is now complete and wo have begun busl ness with tho most satisfactory sales ever made on this market Our custo mers have been perfectly satisfied with our prices and we have had no rejections We are absolutely independent of any trust pool or combination and are the sole owners and operators of the LexingtonWe undivided time and at tention to the sale of loose leaf tobac co Our light is the very best being obtained from 203 solid skylights ex clusively and making a strong yet soft light uniform all over our 22500 feet of sales floor Our warehouse is fireproof making your tobacco absolutely safe from the time it comes into our doors and we also keep full insurance free on all to bacco received Plenty of dry clean stalls for your horses Our Mr Gibbons is tho only auction eer on this market who has had any ex perience in Burley tobacco and also tho only one who has an interest in a warehouse Ho sells exclusively for the Lexington and till always get you the very best prices Our motto Highest Market Prices and a Square Deal for Everybody Come and in spect our house and see for yourself what our facilities are Yours truly W F Land B E Allen L M Land J N Gibbons Dan W Peed Lexing ton Tobacco Warehouse Co 653557 South Broadway Lexington Ky Both phones 719 Papa want duke Now sugar plum wont you be sat isfied If I buy you an aeroplane and a chimpanzee and a hawserof tot c NEWS NOTES A C Alexander a guard at the penitentiary from Oven county suicide in Frankfort Tommy Delvin knocked out Eddie Walsh In tho fifth round before the Phoenix Club in New York City Mrs Virginia Lafon Crittenden wife of the late John Allen Crittenden died at her home in Frankfort of heart fail ureIOBrien Bros wholesale liquor steal era of Louisville bought tho entire product of tho Nelson distillery 11000 barrels of whisky for 275000 The dry farming congress opened Monday at Billings Mont with 1501 men interested in raising grain and vegetables with little rainfall present One man was killed and four others were injured by tho explosion of three boilers at the Pabst brewey in Milwau keo The explosion caused a loss or 250000 C II Bowlds said to be a member of tho prominent Kentucky family was arrested on the charge of looting a Col orado bank of which he was recently made president Tho corner stone of the new Chris tian church at Madisonvillo which will cost 30000 and be ono of the hand somest in Western Kentucky was laid there with impressive ceremonies State troops in citizens clothes are guarding the tobacco crop of G A Simpson in Meson county Mr Simp son is shipping his crop to Cincinnati Ho refused to join the Burley pool The Green River Coal Company has authorized President William Glen daniel of Pittsburg to close a deal with the Pittsburg Coal Company for 80000 acres of Kentucky coal lands Five children all inmates of tho nur sery were Incinerated In a fire which destroyed Shelton College the home of the girls at the Virginia Synod Presbyterian Orphans Home at Lynchburg VaThousands of dollars of damage was done in Frankfort and Franklin county Sunday by a windstorm which reached the proportions of a hurricane One church was wrecked and over 100 homes damagedFour In different parts of Indianapolis were wrecked late Sunday night by explosions of dynamite caused according to the police by malicious members of labor unions not employed by Albert von Sprcckelscn a contractor Harry K Thaws contention that he was illegally committed to the Matte wan State Hospital for Criminal Insane following his acquittal on the charge of murdering Stanford White In New York City was overruled by the court of appealsIEnraged because his chorus girlwife preferred lire on the stage to his com panionship William H Short of New York City shot and perhaps fatally wounded her at the Union Station in Washington City and then sent a bullet crashing through his temple James McMahon confessed at Kansas City that he murdered his sisters Miss Rose McMahon and Mrs Alonzo Van Royen and his brotherinlaw Alonzo VanRoycn A longstanding family quarrel caused the tragedy McMahon killed Van Royen in a wood and later went to the Van Royen home and shot his sisters Joseph Leach a chauffeur at the ex amination of Dr George A Fritch on the charge of manslaughter in connec tion with the mysterious death of May belle Millman testified at Detroit that he took the physician to Ecorse Creek In his automobile and that Dr Fritch threw into the creek three sacksJwhich they hid brought from his office Fritch was held by the magistrate It Is the weak nerves that are cry- Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate tho Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test It and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store I Everyman 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 of your clothes keep them pressed for you at a very small expense provide at very trifling cost hangers for them and generally save you money on them Come in and see about it Suits 20 to 35ooOvercoats 1650 toJd 3500 Other WellKnown Brands From 750 to 2000 This store is the homejof Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Cummins WearenSTANFORD KENTUCKY- I 13 i The Interior Journals Eo c WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Circuit Judge t M C 8AUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN- of Mercer ForBtateSenator R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For Representative W H SHANKSs For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney t wSBURCH- For Circuit Clerk J p SWOPE For Sheriff W L MCCARTY For CountCourt Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailor DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIEi For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District R H BRONAUGH For Magistrate Ilustonville District JK HELM SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District JOHNIM CAMDEN For Constable Woynesbnrg District JOHN G BAUGH BEFORE manyof our patrons receive another is6ueof this paper ballots will be dropping into the boxes at the va rious precincts in Lincoln county and the democratic ticket will be nearing its success The campaign has been a long oneand manypeople of the good old county willgive a sigh of relief when the end is reached and the battle is won As stated previously in these columns we have no doubt about the election of any of the democratic nomi nees from circuit judge to constable but we want to again insist that every democrat take part in the election Dont get into the habit of wintering your vote and above all things dont scratch your ballot Many an erstwhile good democrat has landed in the repub lican camp by scratching It is a per nicioushabit Let the game cock do I your scratching if any is to be done Let nothing keep you from going to the polls nextJTuesday and by all means vote for every man whose name appears under the democratic device Do this and you willfeel the better because of it TUB ashesof the lato Mrs J Addi son Hayes Daughter of the Confederacy to are Ten route from Colorado Springs to Richmond Va for final in terment beside the body of Jefferson Davis president of the Confederacy and his wifefather and mother of Mrs Hayes EDITOR JOHN G PULLIAM of the Barrodsburg Herald was exonerated of the killing of J Wesley Robards in the formers office as everybody believ ed he would be Bighearted John Pul Liam would not take human life unless driven to it as all who know him are fully aware TUB statement that 1500 people heard Caleb Powers speak at Somerset is conclusive proof of two things first that Pukski people have not much to do and secondly that they sympathize with the assassin conspirators We thought better of them Tpe term which Mon day is the last one Clrcult Judge W C Bell will holdjhere and then that gallant old warhorse Judge MC Saufley will return to the office he filled so ad mirably for 11 years NEXT Tuesday afternoon the game cock will light on the log cabin and crow lustily for the spledid democratic ticket elected Mark our prediction IT is pretty nearly all over but the shouting and the democrats of Lincoln county are getting themselves in good shouting trim A NEW YORK milliner has leased a fifth avenue residence for 18 years at 25000 a year She has evidently had J a good run on merry widow hats CHURCH MATTERS Services morning and night at the Methodist church next Sunday con ducted by the pastor Rev JJ Dickey The wife of Rev Henry M Scudder of Carlisle is couple celebrated the 50 anniversary of their marriage in February Lordpdayfrom the Centennial Convention using the same communion service whichwas used At Pittaburg All cordially invited D M Walkerp To the Democrats of Lincoln county I supposed that contest was ter decision of the Court of Appeals but according to reports now being circulated it was not write this card to correct these untrue re portsMy information is that it is being told that Mr McCarty submitted to me since the decision of the court a prop sinon to recount all the ballots ai that If 1received a majority and thought I could not win that he wou run the race out and make a bond to turn the office over to me No such absolutely ridiculous and illegal une forcible proposition was ever made tome It is also being reported that Mr Mc Carty has since the of the court offered to do what I sought by the contest and that I roused his offer I desire to state that this report is alsoI untrueThe facts are that two gentlemen did come to me and ask me if I be satisfied to let two persons already selected by them count the ballots in my race in the Klngsvillo precinct I do not remember that Mr McCarty name was mentioned by them It was not coupled with any statement or agreement that I should have the certificate of nomination In case a major- Ity of the ballots were for me It was not proposed that theso two men shoul check the vote in the sheriffs race with the stubbook and it was not proposed to give them any authority to anything except count the ballots as fount in my Face Of course I never considered such an empty proposition It was a most palpable attempt to the damaging effect of past unfair conduct and evidently just made to be the basis of a campaign story I was seeking br my contest a recount of the ballots I was seeking to obtain the certificate of nomination to which I was entitled Before I filed my contest I offered to submit to and abide the result of are count of tho ballots This was refused I mado the same offer before the contest committee This was refused I- sought the same thing by my suit Judge Bell ordered the committee to hear the contest This judgment was appealed and reversed After all of thla I hardly think any person would believe these false reports I wan the party to know I have betn willing from the date of the primary to abide the result of a recount and sought to obtain it in every poslble way It must strike any fair minded and just person that propositions of my opponent coming at this day an void any sincerity and made only for political capital M S BAUGUMAN P SSlnce writing the above card- I have seen the affidavits of Geo L Penny and B W Givens They fully sustain what I have stated above The emphasize my contention all througl this matter and that is that the Com mittee were determined not to coun the ballots since at the time this proP- osition was made the Committee full and complete authority to coun the ballots and issue certificate I hay nlso seen the affidavit of Thos Shanks I am not concerned in what took plat in the meeting of the nominees It shows however that the people of the county were anxious to have the ballot counted and were demanding fair play Messrs Penny Givens and Shank Answer Mr Baughman by Affidavit The affiant B W Givens says tha the statement hereinafter made by him is true The said statement is as follows A few days before the date when the Court of Appeals decided the case of JcCarty vs Baughman resen Democraticat a conference of the nominees held in Stanford Mr W L Me Jarty was present We were discussing the contest for the nomination foi sheriff the probable decision of the ourt of Appeals the result thereof Mr McCarty to all those present hat ho believed the Court of Appeals would decide for him but that he would not be driven to consent that the ballots should be counted he did not want the nomination unless he had a majority of the votes cast that hould the Court decide for him as he believed it would then when his legal to the nomination was no lopger thathetM count should show that Mr Baugh man had received a majority of the otes he would surrender to him the omination vote for him and do all In- his power to secure his election It was then suggested that in view of Mr Baughmans hostile attitude toward other Democratic nonlnees as wells McCarty he Baughman could not- win if he had the nomination To this Mr McCarty responded that he would be willing if the count showed Baugh man to be the nominee to either let- It Baughman go on the ballot by pe ition or run as the nominee himself and if he shonld win he would turn the office over to Baughman A few days after this I was preparing to go to Lancaster when I was by Mr Baughtnan who had heard what had transpired at the conference mentioned above He asked me if it were true I told him I would lee him later and talk to him I hur led to go toLancaster and left at once At Lancaster I saw Mr Baughman who had there as I had to at tend afuneral He had said to me in substance that he would be satisfied if he could secure a count of the ballots in the Kingsville Precinct I told him to see Thos Shanks and Shanks would tell tim what was to be done Afterwards on County Court day in this month I saw Mr Baughman on the streets of Stanford and talked with him about the matters heretofore men coned I told him that Mr Penny the hairman of the county committee and I wore authorized by McCarty to say hat he would consent that the ballots In Kingsville should be counted this ount to be made by Mr W M Bright cashier of the Lincoln National Bank and Mr J S Hocker President of the First National Bank in the presence of the chairman Mr Penny My first- roposition was to count tho ballots in BaughmanMcCarty race Mr Jaughman said he would not be con tent unless the vote in all races in that irecinct were counted I suggested hat there was no necessity for doing this but after conferring with Mr Penny 1 went back to and said that the vote of every candidate for office might be counted To this his response I say it wont dome any and I wont count until after the election With this he walked away and we had no further conference on the subject named- B W GIVENS Subscribed and sworn to before me by B W Givens this Oct 28 1909 Jno J McRoberts N P L C The afiiant LPenny saps that the statement hereinafter made by him Is trueOn Thursday of the week follow the decision of the BaughmanMcCari contest by the court of appealfMr Baughman came to my ana me he would like to see the ballots In his raco against McCarty I told him that I did not know what right I would have to go in the ballot boxes which were in my custody as chairman of the Democratic Committee but that 1 was disposed to grant his re I would ask Ie advice asithatgal to the boxes and ace him again I consulted an attorney who advised me that I would have no to into the ballot boxes until the mandate of thocou of appeals should be issued and that would not be issued un til 30 days after the decision of thetas unless the to the suit would agree My information was that 30 days were allowed to the defeated party In the court of appeals in which to a petition for rehearing and that this was the reason why the mandate woul not be issued unless all parties should consent This case was decided about Oct 2 On Saturday following the Thursda saw Mr Baughman reo ported to him the advice I had receive from counsel and said that if he woul consent that the mandate of the court of appeals should be issued at once I open the ballot boxes and allow a count to be made My impressio was that he desired a count of the ballots in the Kingsville precinct I suggested that neither he nor McCart ought to be present at this count but that it well to have Mi Bright cashier of the Lincoln Nations Bank and Mr Hocker president of the First National Bank as report would be credited by every one I stated too that in view of the fact that the ballot boxes had been in my custody I would be present at the count to see that the ballots were in tho same condition as when delivered to me Mr Baughman then said that a count would do him no good and that he did not want one now but would wait until after the election- I had no further conversation with him on this subject On Monday fol lowing this Mr B W Givens reporter to me that he had talked with Mr Baughman and that Baughman wanted the ballots counted in all the races In Kingsville I told him that it could be lone G L PENNY Subscribed and sworn to before me by G L Penny this Oct 28 1909 W M BRIGHT N P L C Stanford Oct SS The affiant Thomas JI Ibanks says that the following itat mont I itrueAt meeting of tbe democratic nominee it which BWQlvens chairman and I al secretary were present on the Monday prl irto the decision of tbo Court of Appeal In the case of Baughmnn vi McCarty whit llscusslng the contest and the names of hose who thought the ballots should be counted Mr McCarty arose and In sub lance made the following statement I lave never had any objection to Mr Uaugh nun counting the ballots I know the bat oti areas straight as n string and are al- Ight While I did not wish to be forced to ount the ballots I am perfectly wllllni hat the committee or some reputable men In the county should open the ballot boxes and count the ballots and then publish the osult If it shows upon a count that llauRh nan Is the nominee I will cheerfully work lor and support him and do all In my power foe him as well as the entire ticket Borai of those present then suggested that inas such as Mr Baugbman was not only Ope poling McCarty but some of the other nom neos about whose nomination there wee IK ontrorersy or question they did pot ba eve that Baugbman could stow successful Iy head the ticket and run the race There wal then some discussion as to the legal right of tbe committee to open the ballot oxen while the case was undisposed of in the Court of Appeals or in the Interval blob would occur between the decision of- tbe case and the Usual of the mandate It as suggested that Mr Baughmnn con lent would be necessary to the issuing of- the mandate Immediately Mr McCarty tben said that if the count should show that laughman was the nominee ho McCarty would either withdraw as the nominee and let Mr Baughman go on by petition or be would run the race out as the nominee and urn the office over to him if he McCarty lionld be elected On the morning of October 6th Mr Hough mOD came to the new courthouse building where 1 was and in substance made the fol wing stamements to me I am a Democrat and have always been a democrat and would not for any consideration change ny rinclples What mates me mad Is the lies rate of these follows tell on me They say I amino combination with nell and we 11111 divide the office You know this is not true All I want and all I have over wanted is to tee those ballots You go to Hearty and see him and see if we can open tbe ballots and count them It I am the ominee I can win this race although 9tne of those on the ticket think I connot I will put up P JOO to win this race I then told Mr Baugbman I would go to IcOarty and that tome of ui bad been uletly working to secure the opening and counting of the ballots BaclngMrJM McCarty on tbo street I went to him to tell him what Mr Dough man said It was then that I learned of the hord feelings I then saw Mr Baughman took him to my office and told him that in ly opinion considering tho existing state 01 feeling further negotiations would be iseless or the sake of being doubly sure I have talked with Mr Bnughman this morning in regard to tho conversation 1 hllu related with him In the courthouse lie snys that I am correct in my memory of It He says further today that when he told me what he did about twin It be could get tho nomluatlonYfe- nawwhnthe was talking about that had- e been the uondnee Bell not hove run against him THOU HHIIAXKH Subscribed and sworn to before me by Tbol HHhunks thus Oct XH 10UV Julia J Melloborii N P Le The gentlemen make these affidavits request that if there is any one who desires confirmation or further details as to what transpired at- the meeting of the eto above ask any one of the candidates as to the accuracy of the statements lerein contained IKE TERRY The above is a good likeness of the republican nominee for jailer of Lincoln county Mr Terry Is 52 years of age and was born and reared in Linco county He has been In the farmin and timber business in this county for many years and by his straightfo ward dealing has made many friends who regardless of politics wish him well in his present race lie is well qualified by nature and training for the important position for which he is now a candidate and if elected he will fill the office with credit to himself and satisfaction to the voters and taxpayers lady I expected to die from indIgestion I doctored and used remedies until using Mjona I was curedMlu MIna lIend non Denton Harbor Mich 1109 G L Penny guarantee Miona Large box We Relieve stomach distress in G minutes J J BELDEN For House and Carriage Painting and Trim Ing InggBltopopposlleiadea and Locksmith J J BKLDKX Stanford Ky FOR RENTF- or rent for 1910 with privilege of sowln- SO acres In wheat this plantln corn and tobacco nun Hprlug Will rca for part of crop V MMOMiiiT- Waynesbarg Ky HOME FOR SALE I One story of rooms and nil necessary outtmlidlnm Lot contains one acre Into cow lot on which Is room burn buggy house corn crib etc loot garden spot This Is a desirable place local id on corner of Whitley and Miller streets A H HOLTZOLAW Stanford Ky FOR SALE I Will sell a Clothing shoe and Gents Fur nltlilug more located In the best town In Boyle county A great opportunity for the right man stock will Invoice IVW Address MJ care Interior Journal man lord FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere will tell privately my farm ut Highland of 40 ores more or less Improvements good torebouse on place good barn orch ard well watered J U1SKIOIIT- Warne burl Ky MASONS MEETS Lincoln Lodge No m F AM will meet in statist communication on each first and hind Monday nights of each month at Ytal clock In their hall on main strccet Stan tord Ky Members of sister lodges are Ira urnally invited to bo presentW Pen tlngton Sec BD CARTER New Liver Depot Street Phone 96- 8TANFOADKENTVCKY URVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING I am prepared todonll kinds of surveyln nod civil engineering prices My work will be guaranteed and lilY are roa enable wrli me at 1tcKinne or coil mc oer the telephone through the HUltonvUlo ixcbange WALtER McKINNEY Fruit And Ornamirtal Tress I Son Orchard Lawn ant Garden Catalogue on Application No Agents t F HILLENMEYER SON- SLxingt n Ky NOTICE I Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written ight in a good company by W J CAMPBELL Hwtonyille Ky sy OVERCOATS++ + t + ++++++ MMMM+++ These crisp mornings remind us that we need more doth For me dium cold weather for n general uto coat nothlug is as good ni n ItAJN of CIIAVENETTE COAT warm dry light and always neat and dressy Vd can show you a fine bunch of them in various colors at 810 sib 8211 and 825 The IIRAV1EK WARMER COATS we show in tome VFR 0 SWELL colors and styles at 816nntI 820 Our LITTLE FHLLpj Coate run in all prices and colors from 85 to 810 We are always gjati 15 have you come in and see what wo have rJ H J McROBRTS STANFORD KENTUCKY m EecE E erE ErE g faO L Penny It 1L Coffey E it Coleman m tJ 0J mII t telVlnO Bit The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health Strength It is Especially Useful For andICoughs and Colds tEPersistent a Guaran tee at i- ceaPENNYS DRUG STORE r Stanford Kentucky s mBB1 BBE1J t ANYONE Can mix Coffee but proper blending and rout ing requires years of experience Many years of 4 thought and study have made CHASE eti SAN HORNS Seal Brand Coffee what it is today thc most delicious of nil blends W II Higgins is the only place in town where you can get it 1iW H HIGGINSI Stanford Kentucky j In Every Contest 1 T 1 i cWhetherIB0 Love War Politic or Business preparation is half of tho battle In your fight to keep warm these chilly days dont forget to supply yourself with warm clothing Our etoro is full of desirable merchandise ready for your inspection See us I e before you buy Shoe Underwear Cloaks Suits Blankets Ac Dont let another cold snap catch you unpreparedM oI = 1 u T SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KYit the Interior Journalr STAHFORD KY OCT 20 1900 SOME great bargains In box paper are being cloned out to make room for now stock at Iennya Drug Store PERSONALS CAIt R R GENTRY Is at homo from Frankfort to vote Mica T S ROUTON of Junction City is with her brother Mr T C Bath Meta J K VANARSDALB of Louis ville made a brief visit to friends hero TUB aged Mr George L Carter of the McCormack section Is quite tick Miss OWE MAY ROBERTS of Junc flea City Is with Miss Bessie Spoona moro MR S uRAiNE3 and family will move to Corbin much to the regret of their friends here MRS W W WALTER and son Jo seph cf Kings Mountain are with Miss Mary Walter Wax FRANK handsome little son of Mr and Mrs William Cordler is III with diphtheria MRS LUCY A CARTER and Mrs C L CartcrUrc guests of Mrs ZT Wil llama at Columbia Mn AND MRS J R HARRIS and Miss Josephine Bcazlcy havo returned from a visit to relatives at Somerset Miss LUCY TRIDBLE who has been with Mrs J H Each returned to her homo at Hopklnsvllle this week MR ALVA MERRITT tho aged father of Mrs Henry Catron of the LastEnd is very III at his homo in Rockcastlo MR FRANKillANSON and Mrs N A Gilmer of Hansonvillo Va have been the Ruostsjof Mr W D Hanson in tho West End MRS W II SHANKS went to Lexlni Ington yesterday to witness Maude Adams In her play at thu Lexington opera house MRS NoRACM GOODKNIGHT and Master DavltUGoodknlght havo return ed from an extensive tour of tho far West While gone they saw tho great Alaska Yukon Ex polltlon I WE are to learn that Mr J F JelTerJtho married Miss LloraBonon End is not so III as our Hustonvlllo letter stated Ho Is In a sanatorium In Louisville and will bo for some time but his condition is not so Ifleas W S BEAZLEY ansd sons Wll lIam and James Bcazlcy will arrive from Los Angeles Calif Monday to visit her mother sister en Mrs Mildred la over from Lan to meet her daughter and grand children LOCALS EVERYTHING good to eat at Whites store EVERYBODY wanta that Davenport Cummins Wearen JJJ J IF you aro looking for fresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortona rei tau rant FOR SALE Handsome rubber tire carriage Call at this office for particulars FOR RENT Twoor flour In my 10home on Logan Avenue Mrs Bun I 4 i FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cottage garden barn lot and barn on Lo gan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds lTALK with me before buying a typewriter and see sample at my home T A Braekett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York JUDGE HHRNDON in his race against Judge Baufley hasnt been heard from Blnce he got his name on the ballot lie has probably realized his mistake Ad vocate TilE turkey crop Is reported so short that the birds will bo so high that few can afford to havo them adorn tho Thanksgiving table Roosters ore abundant though and we will havo something to bo thankful for after all FIVE YEARS Charles McConnaghy former bank cashier of Montlcello entered a plea of guilty at Covington to part of an indictment charging embez zlement and false entries amounting to 20000 and was given three ftvo year sentences to run concurrently by Uni ted States Judge Cochran Mr Mc Connaghy was county judge of Wayne countyfor and no man stood high er until pieuIatJoaa were discovered J i 1 OLD papers for sale This office EVERYTUING for hunters at White store GENUINE Big Sandy Sorghum at W 11 HIgglns DIG line of camps and gloves at Whites store L NEW colors in mcns and boys bats Cummins Wearen SECONDHANDED heuting stove for sale cheap This offlco F E BRAWNER of the Jumbo sec tion killed a night hawk which mean lured 4J feet from tip to tip I WILL be in my office every day in tho week from 91 x to 330 r M in the future A S Price dentist MR A J HAYDEN Doyle places on exhibition at W H Higgins store a COpound pumpkin which is the largest seen here in years THE Standard Oil Co will put in a distributing plant at Marcland and our old friend Mr Lafo Morgan will be the inspector in charge r FOR RENT Rooms In my home and good stable for rent Stable has three stalls and place for buggy Entrance on street Mrs L B Cook SALESMEN wanted to look after our Interest in Lincoln and adjacent counties Salary or commission Address The Harvey Oil Co Cleveland 0 FOR SALE Thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Pckin Drakes and White Wy andotte Cockerels Mrs James N Cash Turnersville Phone No 902J 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 FARM FOR SALE 116acre farm on Dix river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rigney Son Stanford TUG ladles of the Christian church of Crab Orchard will servo fen oyster din ner at tho Dr W J Edmiston house on Main street on election day Pat ronlze them and help a good cause GEO W LUNSFORD ono of Turncra villes merchants desires to inform the buying public that ho has in a splendid line of underwear shoes dry goods etc See his stock before you buy Tim following was handed ous Wed nesday Tho paper written and read by Mrs Steolo Bailey before tho Wo mens Missionary Union would have been good for the world to havo heard Friend r IF wo can got the Senate and house wo will redistrict tho State of Ken tucky so as to perpetuate us In power said Gov Wlllson In his speech at Liberty Think of this if you have any idea of scratching lion R L Hubble PAT McCARREN Brooklyn boss who died lastweek told a friend it days gone by that ho chewed gum to keep from talking too much We SUit goat that some of tho democratic nom inees get a wad of Yucatan and chaw like blazes until next Tuesday after nOOn ENCLOSED fl which please apply to my subscription to tho INTERIOR JOUR NAG Trust you will keep up the fight for your county ticket which Is a good one and that we will get a favorable report from Lincoln county after the election writes Mr Bowman Smith of Morrlsontown Tenn invited to be present at tho Halowccn Pie Social Waltons Opera Houso Friday Oct 29th and see tho Endeavor ghosts Ladles of all churches bring your pies Let all re member the time 730 tonight the place Opera House and things pies Admission tree Cornel Most original show ever in townl COMMITTEE r DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING Hons liar voy Helm Thomas H Shanks Robert Harding and C A Hardin will speak at Moreland Saturday night at oclock lions W H Shanks and T J Hill Fr will speak at Ellisons schoolhouse Friday night at 7 oclock Hon W S lurch will speak at Jumbo at 7 oclock Saturday nIght Hons W H Shanks indT J11111 will speak at Wayne burg at 230 Saturday afternoon v 8 NEW line of clothing and overcaats at Whites store DONT forget the Farmers meeting at Kings Mountain Wednesday und Thursday NOV 3 and 4 THE Warren Grigsby Chapter U D C will meet with Mrs Mary I Burch at 230 Saturday afternoon IT will pay you tolook at our heavy footwear before buying your winter shoes Cummins Wearen ALL those desiring to take china painting will please call on me at my home at once Mrs Catherine McClary HAVE a line Fall and Winter millinery Cull and see our new patterns in the latest styles Mrs C M Young Highland Ky THAT awfully bad paper the Lebanon Leader says Danvlllo Is the most drunken and immoral town of its size In the State Perish the thought DONT fall to hear Hone Harvey Helm Charles A Hard In and Robert Harding expound democracy at Wal tons Opera House Saturday afternoon at 130 oclock TilE Lincoln Fairwill sell to the highest bidder on Satur day Oct 30 at 3 r Mil their amphi theatre and all buildings fence etc Spme will bo sold separately and as a whole FARM FOR SALE113 acres The best tobacco corn and hog farm in Madison country Seven miles from Richmond Public sale Tuesday Nov 23rd at 2 P M B W Sturdevant Cottonburg Ky SPEAKING IN STANFORD Congress man Harvey Helm and Commonwealths Attorney C A Hardin and Mr Robert Harding will speak at Waltons Opera House Stanford at 130 oclock tomorrow Saturday afternoon Hear them A NEW YORK dispatch says that Jno Miller chief owner of Miller Bros 101 Ranch Show has offered 60000 for the JeffriesJohnson fight to take place at his ranch near Bliss Okla Mr Millar was born at Crab Orchard and la a first cousin of Mr Will A Brooks THE first second and third grades of tho Stanford Graded School which have been taught at tho college have been dismissed for a while on account of diphtheria The building has been pronounced unsanitary by tho board of health and Improvements ordered STANLEY Mrs J C Stanley died at her homo in the Goshen section at noon Wednesday after an illness which covered several years The funeral was preached at Goshen church yesterday morning by Eld J G Livingston after which tho remains of the loving wife and tender mother were laid to rest In the cemetery near by Deceased was R daughter of the late John Gooch and is survived by her husband and one lit tie son She was a devout member of the Christian church and a good woman in every way May tho God Who gave her give succor to those whose hearts bleed because of their irreparable loss ofTo The Citizens Stanford I It is being persistently stated that we in the event of our election to tho offices of mayor and councilmen of Stanford aro pledged to vote for cer tain men for the offices of marshal city clerk city treasurer and city attorney This statement Is absolutely untrue We are not pledged to any one for any office We did not seek the offices for which we have been nominated wo con sented to run only at the solicitations of the citizens of the town Wo have allowed our names to go upon the bal lots not from a desire for the offices but in obedience to our sense of public duty and if wo are elected tho wel faro of this town shall bo tho sole motive that will control us in tho selection of our town officers We now promise you that personal considerations will be laid aside by us when it comes to voting for men for those offices we have just named and that the good of the town will alone be consulted We prom Iso you too that If we select any manor any office and ho should fall to dis charge the duty of that office in a competent and efficient manner then wo will certainly discharge him Permit us to say fight hero that we will jealously guard the rights of the tax payers of this town that we will make the burden of the taxpayer alight as Is consistent with good govern ment that wo believe that at present the town marshal Is paid too much for collecting tho city tax 10 per cent and that we will reduce that compensa tion H J McRoberts W H Big gins Wm Severance R H Coffey A T Nunnelley R G Jones Clifton Fowler POLITICAL Judge W E Settle was nominated for appellate judge at a convention of democrats at Bowling Green Speaker Cannon indorsed the stand taken by President Taft on tho water ways question in an address at East St LouisFormer Vice President Charles W Fairbanks has arrived at Hong Kong from Manila From there he will go to India Indications point to a close vote in tho 26th judicial district next Tuesday between Judge M J Moss the regular republican nominee and Wm Davis running on an independent ticket says a Barbourvilie dispatch Davis is said to be running a good race with fine prospects of winning out while Moss men predict the election of their candi date MATRIMONIAL Miss Virgie Vansant and Clarence Melsburg were married at Harrodsburg James Smith of Casey and Miss Es sie Terrill were married here this weekT B Daugherty 23 and Miss Mary Scarborough 17 were married at John Hookers on tho 27th IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES A E Gibbons sold to I T Lanier his home in Danville for 6600 hisIkilling his brotherinlaw James Lane near Berea FOR SALE I Govvr Hotel at OralOrchard also store room Jut across itreet with post olllce ad Joining and n or ofllce of three rooms All necessary outbuildings M1W OUKTJB DOVER Drab Orchard Ky NOTICE I- Wo ask the of our friend and neighbor for our homegrown nursery stock It If carefully selected clean thrifty and well grown 1rlcci nre reasonable Ad dress JA MCKEE Kings Mountain Lincoln Co Ky FOR RENT I For 1010 my tarot of OJ acres at Crab Orch ard fi to 10 acre of one tobacco land bat ance for corn meadow and pasture For further information call on J ward Moore Orab Orchard Ky or address me at lien deraonvllle C- OllAR 11 SINGLETON Nolle of Application for Pardon Miller Ilroaddui who was convicted of a felony In the circuit court of Lincoln coun ty at the May term of said court isou will ask the governor for pardon and restora lion citlzenihlp and nil who object will notify the governor and state In any objection MILLEK UltOADlJUH Home For Sale InOrnborchardan acre of land Abundant outbuildings optlonnine months Abundant water of the best variety One third cash and balance In one and two years at 0 per cent DU W M DOORER Orab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Contains 140 acres best tobacco land In the county IK miles from MCKinney Will tell or rent Hal two dwellings one of four rooms and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly WO trees Tobacco barn cheapestrnrniIn WNEUMcKinney Dr Willis Morgan Veterinary Burgeon it Dentist Stanford KentucKy Phone No W Calls answered promptly day LlveryDarn PUBLIC SALE I TurnersillsWEDXEHDAY NOV IT HOP offer for sale the following described prop erty One pair worl mules 3 hOflOlll proud name f cows and calves lot cut tie CO goodewes CO fat hogs lot of lowland nndfamllnKImp ylarmon day of sale Bale to begin at 1 oclock FGoyroJ I L R Hughes T W Humble W 0 M- artinSHOST 1 You cant bent our lino of Shoes for Comfort Quality Style and Low Prices We have the strongest line of Ladies and Childrens Shoes in Patents Vicis Velours Tans c that we have ever carried Most any color you want in Suede top Weinvite your inspection Men dont forget we represent two of the beet Tailoring concerns in the country and guarantee Fit Quality and Price I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY s Dot Scold The Cook She has done the best she could Try a change If your clothes didnt wear wetltry ours If they didnt fittry ours If they looked chenptry us We sell suits at 10up More at J15 v Lots and lots at 81850 and 820 And to the t same men every season Yonun iL derstand why Pt W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky 0 To tie Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent Counties CIA i We have secured the skating rink building for a salesroom for leaftobac- Co in the hand and will be ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is sufficiently cured for market and will he 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 tho U S will he represented in Danville thus insuring the highest market price to the grower Call and see us before disposing of your tobacco The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse GEO COGAR CO Proprietors Danville Ky M GIMURPHY J W ACTON Murphy SL Acton Cut Prices Until Nov 1 Our prices on all Dry Goods Shoes Hats Caps Mens Odd Pants and Notions will be greatly reduced until Nov let and then there will be a change in uur business that wo are confident will mean much to our customers as well as to us It will be to your advantage to trade with us as wekwill save you money on each purchasa Prepare yourself and family for the Winter Now while you can save money give us a trial and let ua show you what we will do for you Tir 0 want moro Cash trade and are make ing the reductions as inducements to those paying Cash feeling that those paing Cash are entitled to goods at a smaller margin of profit than those buying ON TIME So if you have money to spend call and get our Cash prices on anything you want either dry gOlds1 notions groceries queens waro or hardware Do not fail to watch space for the change in our business Nov 1st MURPHY a ACTON Kings Mountain Ky 41 I 1 r The Interior Journal Entered in the Pott Office at Stanford at ndol matter L N TIME TABLE No ti Mouth IIfe r x No 23 HouthU A U No 54 North 410 A X No n North 627 P X No n 1047 A M JfoMJilOVM JOS S RICE Agent Y A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 110 acres of blue grass one mile North of McKlnneron andlancingAlso 125 acre of timbered one Eaitot MoKlnner bait under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Bee grow ogtcrop J A OIVENS Agent McKinney Ky Fall andl Winter Stock lfuve your measure token by n tailor of experience Then your clothes whcthorn low price suit or tbe tined evening clotbt will have that Individuality and II which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take meas ore for extra trousers fancy vests top coats and overcoats Fall winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection U0 RUPLE The Tailor Stanford Ky CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best as wells the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs flowers on short nouceMAlso make a specialty of wreath purposesIn above I bave all kinds vegetables on hand at reasonable prIce OHRIBTMAN OUKEN HOUHE8 ED HunnAnn IRon Stanford Ky hisurtsjobacco and Tobacco Barns Nothing But Insurance Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 89 Offlco 65 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING We are In position to do nil kinds of con eretlng as Work Pavement and In fact we can make any thing from r bon Ie down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee tlr tclnsi prlctlbetore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky INSURANCEIL Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado Life Live Stock Health and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Idis count JLBeazleyCo Undo tiEera and Embalm en Also Dealers in Furniture MattingsRugp They will e clange Furniture for all Kin Is of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY 3e C McClary I Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer In Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY log rhone W HomePhone L a r Garrard People Organize for Better ment of County LANCASTER KY OCT 2GAmld an enthusiasm that presages big results the Lancaster and Garrard County Development Association was formed here this morning Permanent organization was effected at a meeting of the fol lowing committee of citizens appointed at a banquet given by the firm of Has elden Bros on last Saturday night John M Farra H T Logan G B Swineboard R H Tomlinson R II Batson J R Haselden F S Hughes J W Elmoro and F M Tinder At the banquet speeches wore made by several prominent citizens all voicing a common sentiment that Lancaster and Garrard County needed a live development association to advance the interests of town and county before the rest of the world The committee nam ed was given full authority and at the meeting this morning took hold of their duties with an eagerness that inspired confidence in the undertaking The following officers were unani mously chosen PresidentJohn M Farra Vice Presidents W G Kemp er of Paint Lick Hogan Ballard of Bryantsvillo Cecil Broaddus of Buck eye R H Batson and J R hasolden of Lancaster Secretary F S Hughes TreasurerJ W Elmore City De velopment H T Logan County De velopmentG B Swincbroad Trans portation R H Tomlinson Member shlps4 F Robinson Publicity M D Hughes EducationalS D Coch ran Good RoadsJ E Stormes Live Stock BreedingR L Elkin Enter tainment J J Walker Jr Govern ment Building L L Walker Infirm aryDr J M Acton Not only Lancaster but the entire county is to be canvassed at onco for membership The board of directors made up of the officers and committee chairmen will hold semimonthly meet ings the first regular meeting being called for Nov 16 by which time it is expected 200 members will be enrolled Among the first active steps to be taken by the Association will be those towards securing better transportation facilities for Lancaster an infirmary and a Government Building The As sociation is in favor of the amendment to the State Constitution generally known as the Good Roads Amendment as is shown by the creation of a Good Roads Committee The Association is to issue at once attractive literature advertising what Lancaster and Garrard County have and what they most need FARMERS DEPARTMENT FOR SALEA good Jersey milk cow J S Turpin Stanford FOR SALEl00 bushels of potatoes C L Hensley Kings Mountain Ky Over 75000 pounds of tobacco was sold at Maysville Wednesday at7to7c Estrayed or stolen from Capt Pow ells place red steer 1160 pounds W P Givens FOR SALETwo young milkcows Good ones W W Pitman Stanford R F D No3 At the Boyle CountyTobacco Warehouse Wednesday 60000 pounds of tobacco sold at 10 to 181c ESTRAYED Three barrow hogs black spotted weigh about 250 crap off eft ears Liberal reward E T Pence Joseph McDowell of the west end delivered 90 cattle to Monte Fox The bunchaveraged 1325 pounds and the price was GcAdvocate G A Simpson of Grant county who says he was forced to bring his unpool ed tobacco to Lexington under guard after being threatened by night rider announces his intention of leaving Kentucky in two weeks to reside in New Mexico Mourned for his mighty deeds on the turf Salvator the pride of James B Haggins equine possessions was bur ied with honors close to the Green Hills mansion on Elmendorf Farm near Lexington says a dispatch A crowd of prominent men and women saw the carcass of the once magnificent chest nut with a blaze face lowered in a coffin As the earth was rolled into the grave tears trickled down the faces of some of those who recalled the achieve ments of the son of imported Prince CharlieSalvina A granite shaft will mark his resting place Salvators hoofs will be mounted Money Comes In Bunches- To A A Chisolra of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver consti pation nervousness and general do billty he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambition grow weaker every day in spite of all medi cal treatment Then used Electric Bitters Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now 1 can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves 60c at Pennys Drug Store Tbe New York Central lines have placed contracts during the past few deliveryduringture of about Further equipment will be ordered involving an expenditure of 60000000 T The C 0 has just received 50 new Iccomotives 0 m The local option people filed a petition with County Judge Evans at Winches tel asking for a vots on the question in the city and the liquor people filed a petition asking for a vote in both city and county Ho has fixed both elections for Saturday December 6 A tlckllrijrordry cough can be quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafo or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Reports that Mrs John Jacob Astor has brought suit in New York for a legal separation from Joan Jacob Astor wore neitherdenied nor affirmed by C H Young who is slid to have been appointed a referee in the case The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Preventics will in a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store Gen Oliver 0 Howard tied at Bur lington Vt of heart disease He was on Gen Grants staff Pains of women bead pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 2oo box Sold by Pennys Drug Store G B PRUITTM- oreland Kentucky inI Now Fall Line Millinery now Also Tow Furniture coming I in al most daily G B PKUITT Moreland Ky Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer orIMarble and Granite Monu monts Markers and Post Cemetery and Lawn MeKinney Dinwiddie Co Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods OFFICERS I S Hocker President- S T Harris VicePresident John J McRoberts Cashier H C Baughman Atst Cashr W W Saunders Dookkeeper Stock of Merchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock ot Oro ceries and Hardware Doing n good bUll ness Will invoice about lijxn Ikmou rn health QUO D IIOITKK Stanford Ky REWARD Staving suffered considerable nnnoyanc nnd damage from outlaws In breaking gate latches and tearing down and destroying my gates on the county road that runs through fern I have concluded to over it reward for reformation lending to the conviction of such Iwrson or persons I will therrforegiYetheUt11Uf L1 fur mntlon leading to the arrest anti conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on anytif my pntfior that havo sawed down or torn down any of my gates on the county road which runs from the Ilustonvlllo turnpike to the Mllledcevllle turnpike through my farm ami I III give I lendingtoSartre who In the future com mil nny of the above offenses Witness my band this 10th day of August IllW T J IJILLIL SHERIFFS SALE JJllcotnQUllrttlrllongaln J It Ueniluy Ioroneof my utleswill on Monday the Nth day of November Wt butwen thu hours of 1 oclock rourthoulIIdoorsale to the highest the following property torso mush thereof as may lie ncIIAr to satisfy the amount of the 1Inlulimdebt Interest and costs towit Ono 3yearold bay colt iiamett Hilly d13yearold sorrel rolt named John UolniBi 1 3yearold bay colt nam ed Ilvlton 1 Rltlly a year old amt 15 hands high t weanling colt This property will lx sold subject to a mortgag pow ox Isllng on same In favor of A T unnelley and of record In clerks office of Lincoln county court In mortgage book M fudge alO ofthreerequired bearing Interest at the rate of A percent per annum from tiny of sale and lopdthisTJ H1MB IO FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 SafetyDepositBoxcs DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman M D Elmore J M Petlut H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson W B OBannon J S Hocker CE Tate H B NORTHCOTT f Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce Scrap Iron and Rubber II i yrtyi o H B NORTHCOTT Stanford RURAL TELEPHONES cityresidenceat any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with toheadquartersmere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we KentuokyrcDnesscoIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO rxcoaroaArxn o d- c o We arc now ready to show you one of tho but lines of peps Youths and Childrens Clothes over thrown tho people for the lowait prices Also n new and tip todnte line of Overcoats nUll Cravancttcs from 8750 to 820 Good values Come in and let us show you Am sure you will bo with this line lc1cdl SAM ROBINSON 1l STANFORD KY lr Jl t Cue Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000 8 H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- JJ B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H CCARPENTERBOOKKEEPERHVYS DIREOTORSi J B StanfordJohnkin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Prcacheravillc LilburarGooch Gilberts Creek Stoves and Ranges i 1 i u J I Just received a large and well selected stock of each See our new Range before you buy 0 I GEORGE H1FARRISStanford rp- J