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Ticket on Tuesday, November 2, 1909, 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 nominee for sheriff: STANFORD, KY OCT. 21, 1000. known Mr. W. I. MeCarty, the nnininoo of the Democratic party for Slu'rifl of Lincoln county, :h ii citizen and customer of the First Nutiunni Hunk of Stanford, (or n nnnihcr of yeaia and wo believe him well qualified in oven way to discharge the duties of that important oflice to the entire satisfaction of the people of our county Very truly, J. S. 110CKEU, President; S. T. HARMS, Vice President. "We think him worthy of your consideration. "We havcj STANFORD, JvY., OCT. 23, 1000. Mr. W. L. MeCarty, the present nominee of the democratic party for Shcrilf of Lincoln county, has done business with us for years and knowing him an we do, we can V M. BRIGHT, Cashier, and S. 11. SIIAXKS, President Lincoln County National Bank. commend him to all the good people of Lincoln county. DANVILLE, KY., OCT. 18, 1000. Dear Mr. Mack: For 20 years that you did business with the Farmer National Bank, of this pi ice, there w.h no one of our Mr. W. L. MeCarty, Stanford, Ky. informed :m to condition of his balance and who was more sntisfactory in all your dealings. We have often written ciiht ii t vl-- wiih tnoie corn it in keeping hiniM'lf citj m i chin ts that any siatemei t you would make was entitled to full credence, that We had always found you upright and reliable, and had no hesitation in aceomniodatin"- for Very respectfully yours, G. W. WELSH, Cashier? what 3 on needed, that you had always met every obligation as agreed and that we held you in higli isteem. bi-tte- r - MIDDLEDURG. There la but llttlo doing in the elecNeither party seems to be busy. The Saints are holding n meeting nt their church on Grovo Hldgc, east of Yoscmite.; Jason Coffey has had gasoline lights placed in his atore at Yoscmito and his placo of business has somewhat tho appearance of a city house. The Casoy County Farmers' Instituto tion. will bo held on Nov. 29 and 30, so say bills posted by President Ilartlo. Our farmers should tako an active interest in these meetings and make them what they should be. Hov. J. L. Owens went to Somerset last week to make a speech for tho people. Uro. Owens is an orator of no mean ability, and his work for the right will be felt when the vote is taken on the whisky question. Misses Salcna Jones and Kuth Dye and Mrs. Laura Leo will represent tho llsptist church in the Sunday school unCharles Over-streion at Liberty Sunday. and J. F. Coppnge, candidates for sheriff and circuit clerk, respectively, wcro hero this week. John Henry Thomas, editor of a little vermifuge wrapper known as the Casey County News, says if ho "lived in precinct he would vote for S. W. Ulack for magistrate und beat Tom Benson just for a change." Of course he would do that and many other things that a sensible man would not do. The truth is John Henry has been beaten for olllco so often that he is quito envious of one who can be elected. Our people know how to appreciato an odlcer who is faithful in tho discharge of his duty, and will vote accordingly, regardless of party alHliation. John Henry Should give his attention to tho regulation of tho length of sermons preached in Liberty, and not so much to matters he knows so llttlo about. T. S. BENSON. o et DRODHEAD. Elder Campbell filled tho pulpit at the Christian church last Sunday. Rev. Jamison, of Livingston, will preach at tho Ilaptist church next Friday night. Several from here expect to nttend the fifth Sunday service nt Pine Hill Sunday. Henry and Jack Sutton, of tho Quail neighborhood, with their familes, left Tuesday for Northwest Iowa, thinking there are better chances to make money there than here. They may find it so but wit opine thnt when tho first ono of those western blizzards strikes them they will wish for the sand rocks and saw briars of old Kockcastle. At a sale last Saturday at Quail two boys engaged in a quarrel which ended in a fight. Ono of them threw a rock which missed the one aimed at and struck Jim Cash, a bystander, on the arm brenkiifg it just above the elbow. About three years ago at a salo and at tho same place JelT Dowel shot at his cou.in, Hob Dowel, musing him and hitting u man named Thompson, from tho effects of which he died a year later. John Robins and wife attended the funeral of Mrs Koy Robins hugenc at Preachersville Tuesday, Hamm, of New Hope, was with his parents In the Ssyers section first of the week. Walter Robins, who tried railroading for three days on Q & C, Post-ma't- NEWS NOTES. A. C. Alexander, a guard at the penitentiary from 0en county, suicided in Frankfort. Tommy Delvin knocked out Eddio Walsh in tho fifth round before tho Phoenix Club in New York City. Mrs. Virginia Lafon Crittenden, wife of the late John Allen Crittenden, died at her homo in Frankfort of heart fail- mk ! I lSPf ! "pick 9&miftJ!Jl'n ure. O'Brien Bros., wholesale liquor dealers of Louisville, bought the entire product of tho Nelson distillery, 11,000 barrels of whisky, for $275,000. The dry farming congress opened Monday at Billings, Mont., with 1,000 men interested in rninlnc grain and vegetables with little rainfall, present. Ono man was killed and four others were injured by the explosion of three boilers at the Pabst brewey in Milwaukee. The explosion caused a loss of $230,000. Ed Williams is back in Urodliead. and wife, of Junction City, are visiting relatives here. Millard Hilton and sis- -' 4 ter. Miss Johncva, of near Stanford, 1 Great deeds compel regard. Tho world crowns lt doors. That' why the American paoplo haocrowned Dr. King's New Discovery tho king of Throat and lung remedies. Kory atom Is a health force. It kills germs and colds and Ingrlpp vaulnhcs. It mtmbranos and heals cough-nickcoughing stops. Sore, Inflamed bronchial lubes and lungs uro cured and hemorrhages cease. Dr. Goo. Moore, HlackJsck, N. C, writes "It cured mo of lung trouble, pronounced hopeless by all doctors." 60, 81. Trial bot-t- lo free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Storage. el Its A Top Notch Door. wcro hero this week. There seems to bo 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 made by chopping or trying to chop through the door but by some robbers means or other tho would-bwero frightened away before completing their work. A second attempt was made Sunday night but Clerk Durham, who was sleeping in tho store, scared off the 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. o C. H, Bowlds, said to be a member of the prominent Kentucky family, was arrested on the charge of looting a Colorado bunk, of which ho was recently made president. The corner stone of the new Christian church at Mudisonvillo, which will cost JJO.000 and be one of the handsomest in Western Kentucky, was laid thero with impressive ceremonies. State troops in citizens' clothes are guarding the tobacco crop of G. A. Simpson, in Msson county. Mr. Simpson is shipping his crop to Cincinnati. He refused to join tho Burley pool. Tho Green River Coal Company has l, authorized President William of Pittsburg, to close a deal with the Pittsburg Coal Company for 80.000 acres of Kentucky coal lands. Five children, all inmates of tho nursery, were incinerated in a fire which destroyed Shelton College, the home of the girls, at tho Virginia Synod Presbyterian Orphans' Home at Lynchburg, Giec-danie- Va. Thousands of dollars of damage was done in Frankfort and Franklin county Sunday by a windstorm which reached tho proportions of a hurricane. One church was wrecked and over 100 homes 'wt&y Copyright 1909 by Hirt SchatFner Sc Mux damaged. Four buildings in different parts of "I see you have the regulation five feet of books." "Yes; I bellovo in having tho elastics." 'Have The you read any of them T" "Well, about two inches." Bed-Rook or Suoooss. Lies in a keen, clear brain, backed by Indomltublo will and resistless energy. Such power comes from tho splendid health that Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills Impart. Thoy vitalize every orgnn and build up brain and body. J. A. Harmon, LUemore, W. Vs., writes: "They aro tho best pills I over used." io at Penny's Drug Store. "Thoy all said I would make a splendid candidate." "Well?" "So I became a candidate." "Again well?" "And now look what thoy say about mo Is tho oloverest Imitation ot real colTeo over yet made. Dr. Shoop created It from puro parch ed L'rulns. malt, nuts, etc. Flno In ilavor Is made la just one mlnuto, No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. Samplo freo. Penny's Drug Stoio. m I" "Health Cotleo" She-- But papa says you aro not very You tell your father that I have saved up 300 pairs of old socks for my He provident. uture wife to darn. u"-mi- Indianapolis wero wrecked late Sunday night by explosions of dynamite caused, according to tho police, by malicious members ot labor unions not employed The Lexington Tobacco Warehouse. by Albert von Spreckelsen, a contractor. Our splendid, big, new warehouse is Harry K Thaw's contention that he businow complete and wo have beun was illegally committed to the Matto-wa- n ness with tho most satisfactory sales State Hospital for Criminal Insane, ever made on this market. Our custo- following his acquittal on the chargo of mers have been perfectly satisfied with murdering Stanford White in New our prices and wo have had no rejections York City, was overruled by the court We are absolutely independent of any trust, pool or combination, and are of appeals. e Enraged because his chorus tho sole owners and operators of the preferred lifo on the stago to his com"Lexington." panionship, William 11. Short, of New Wo givo our undivided time and atYork City, shot and perhaps fatally tention to tho salo of loose leaf tobacwounded her nt tho Union Station in co. Our light is the very best, being Washington City and then sent a bullet exobtained from 203 solid crashing through his temple. clusively, and making a Btrong, vet soft James McMahon confessed at Kansas light, uniform nil over our 22,500 feet City that ho murdered his sisters, Miss of sales floor. Hose McMahon, and Mrs. Alonzo Van Our warehouso is fireproof, making brother-in-laAlonzo your tobacco absolutely safe from the Royen, and his family VanRoycn. A time it comes into our doors; and wo quarrel caused the tragedy. McMahon also keep full insurance free on all tokilled Van Royen in a wood and later bacco received. Plenty of dry, clean went to the Van Royen home and shot stalls for your horses. Mr. Gibbons Is the only auction his sisters. Our Joseph Leach, a chauffeur, at tho exeer on this market who has had any exof Dr. George A. Fritch on perience In Hurley tobacco, and also amination chargo of manslaughter in connecwho has en interest In a the tho only ono o mysterious death of Ho sells exclusively for tion with the warehouso. Millman, testified at Detroit that "Lexington" and wjll always get you the Our motto; ho took the physician to Ecorso Creek tho very best prices. his automobile and that Dr. Fritch "Highest Market Prices and a Square in throw into tho creek threo sacks, '.which Deal for Everybody." Come and Inthey hud brought from his ollice. Fritch spect our house und see for yourself was held by the magistrate. what our facilities are. Yours truly, W. F. Land, U. E. Allen. L. M. Land, It Is tho woak nerves that are cryJ. N. Gibbons, Dan W. Peed, Lexing ing out for bolp. Then help them, don't drug tho stomach or stimulate ton Tobacco Warehouse Co., South Broadway, Lexington, Ky. Both tho Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. Vitalize these woak Inside nerves with phones 718. Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how "Papa, I want a duke." will como to you yuu ua sat fast good health "isow, sugar pium, won i Sold by you an aeroplane and a again Test It and see, isfied If I buy chimpaniee and a hawser ot pearls T" Penny's Drug Store. girl-wifsky-ligh- ts g May-bell653-05- 7 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, bothisuits would wear much longer, keep in better order, and you'd look better dressed all the time. We'll 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 youlmoney on them. Come in and see about it. Suits, $20 to $35,oo;TOvercoats, $16.50 to Brands $35.00. Other Weil-KnoFrom $7.50 to 20.00. wn This store is the home.offlHart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Cummins .u,.,n.. UtW. 6k Weaken, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. iisn4i siisrf sVtWwiflU -. . iXh ,JsA f f --- af-"- -" ...M.. wm nym! mnium injyqptpfw"1 ; ip'ywnupwqniu in i n.pui.mwiw'i11 w,' "HPPjj' .iiiMiPiliiiJ!!1! ir'iw The Interior Journal. E. To the Democrats of Lincoln County. C WALTON Democratic Ticket. For Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY o( Lincoln. ForCommonwenlth's Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of Mercer. For State Henntor, R. L, HUBBLE, ot Lincoln county. For Hepretentntlve, W. H. SHANKS For County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, W.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For flherltl, W. L. MeCARTY For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jnller, DINK FARMER For Aiwor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Huperlntendent of Hclioolt. GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT ForMnglitrnte Stanford District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Conitnble Htantonl Dlitrlct, I. M.BRUCE Magistrate Crab Orchard District, For R. H. BRONAUGH For Msglstrnte Huitonvllle Dlitrlct, J. K HELM, SR For Magistrate AVayoesburg District, JOHNIM.CAMDEM For Constable Wnynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH Before rnanylof our patrons receive another issue'of this paper ballots will be dropping into the boxes at the various precincts in Lincoln county and the democratic ticket will be nearing it3 success. The campaign has been a long oneand manypeople of the good old county willjgive 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 nominees from circuit judge to constable, but we want to again insist that every democrat take part in the election. Don't get into the habit of wintering your vote and above all things don't scratch your ballot. Many an erstwhile good democrat hs landed in the republican camp by scratching. It is a per- nicious'habit. Let the gamo cock do 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, The ashesof the;iate Mrs. J. Addison Hayes, "Daughter of the Confederacy," aro en route from Colorado Springs to Richmond, Va., for final interment beside the body of Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederacy, and his wife father and mother of Mrs. Hayes. Pulliam, of the Harrodsburg Herald, 'was exonerated of the killing of J. Wesley Robards in Editor John G. the former's ofilco as everybody believJohn Puled he would be. liam would not take human life unless driven to it, as all who know him are fully aware. 1,500 people heard Caleb Powers speak at Somerset is conclusive proof of two things; first, that Pulaski people have not rmich to do and secondly that they sympathize with the assassin conspirators. We The statement that thought better of them. The term of court which begins Monday is the last one;Circuit Judge W. C. Bell will holdjhere, and then that galJudge M. C. Saufley, lant old will return to the office he filled so ad mirably for 11 years. war-hors- e, Tuesday afternoon the game cock will light on the log cabin and crow lustily for the spledid democratic ticket elected. Mark our prediction. Next It it 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 $25,000 a year. She has evidently had a good run on merry widow hats. CHURCH MATTERS. celebrated the 50 anniversary of their marriage in February. At the Christian church next Lord's day morning the pastor will give echoes from the Centennial Convention using the same communion service which was used at Pittsburg. All cordially invited. D. M. Walker. Services morning and night at the Methodist church next Sunday, conducted by the pastor, Itev. J.J. Dickey. The wife of Ilev. Henry M. Scudder, of Carlisle is dead. The aged couple until I supposed that my contest was terWith thi he AlaAlInn " minated by tho decision of the Court or walked away, and wo had no further Appeals, but according to reports now subject named. being circulated, it was not. I write conference on the It US W Hivrua J" ' this card to correct these, luntrue resworn to before mo Subscribed, and .i-... ports. m i rt.t no inAn Dy U. uivens una uci. xt o, nsaw. C. My information is that it is being told t t . t. Jliu. u. mciuiuviui that Mr. McCarty submitted to me, court, n proposince the decision of tho The affiant G. L. Penny says that tho sition to "recount nil tho ballots, and statement hereinafter mado by him Is that if I received a majority and true: thought I could not win, that ho would On Thursday of tho week following run thn ram nut nnH mnkfl n bond to turn tho office over to me." No such the decision of the uaugnman-MCUiricontest by the court of appeals. Mr. nbsolutelv ridiculous and illeeal-uneand told forcible proposition was ever made to Baughman camo to my storo ballots in mo he would like to sea tho me. I told him It is nlso being reported that Mr. Mc- his raco ngainst McCarty. right Carty has, since the decision of the that I did not know what boxes, I would which have court, offered to do what 1 sought by worn to go in the ballot In mv custody as chairman of the tho contest and that I refused his offer. Committee, but I desiro to statu that this report is also Democratic County that I was disposed to grant nis reuntrue. I ask leThe facts are that two gentlemen did quest, If possible; that would open the come to me and ask mo if I would be gal advice as to my right to consulted satisfied to let two persons, already se- boxes and sco him again. Imo that I lected by them, count tho ballots in my an attorney, who advised the balrace, in the Kingsville precinct. I do would have no right to go into tho court not remember that Mr. McCarty s lot boxes until the mandate of name was mentioned by them. It was of appeals should be issued, and that not do not coupled with any statement, or this mandato wouia decision issueu unof thocaso agreement that I should have the cer- til no rlnvs after theto the suit would tificate of nomination in case a major- unless the parties ity of the ballots were for me. It was ngrco. Mv information was that Juaays not proposed that theso two men should were allowed to the defeated party in check- the vote in the sheriff's race with the court of appeals, in which to file n and it was not proposed petition for rehearing, and that this the stub-boo- k would to give them any authority to do any nn thn rcnunn whv the mandate should thing except count the ballots as found not be issued, unless .nil parties about in mv race. Of course I never consid consent. This case was decided . . ered such nn empty proposition. It was Oct. 2. On Saturday following tho inursuay a most palpable attempt to avoid the Baughman, redamaging effect of past unfair conduct, named, I again saw Mr. I and evidently just made to be the basis ported to him tho advico had received ho of a campaign story. I was seeking by from counsel, and said that if tho would court my contest a recount of the ballots. I consent that the mandate of was seeking to obtain the certificate of of appeals should bo issued at once, I would open the ballot boxes and allow nomination, to which 1 was entitiea. Before I filed mv contest I offered to a count to bo made. My impression a desired submit to and abide the result of a re- was that heKincsville a count ot tne sug in the nrecinct. I count of the ballots. This was refused. I made the same offer before the con gested that neither he nor McCarty test committee. This was refused. 1 ought to be present at this count, but soucht the same thine by my suit. that it would do well to navo nir. Judge Bell ordered the committee to Bright, cashier of the Lincoln National president of Mr. hear the contest. lnis judgment was Bank, andNational Hocker. as their report Bank, appealed and reversed. After all of this tho First every one. l statI hardly think any person would be- would bo credited by of the fact that the lieve these false reports, but I want ed too, that in view custody, I the party to Know mat t nave Deen ballot boxes had been in my bn present at the count to see willing from tho dato of the primary to would condiabide the result of a recount and have that the ballots were in the same me. Mr. sought to obtain it in every possible tion as when delivered tocount would Baughman then said that a way. and do him no good and that he did not It must strike any just person that propositions of my op- want one now. but would wait until afponent, coming at this late day. are ter tho election. I had no further conversation with void of any sincerity and made only for him on this subject. On Monday folM. S. Baughman. political capital. lowing this, Mr. B. W. Givens reported P. S Since writing the above card, he had talked with Mr. I have Been tho affidavits of Geo. L. to me that and that Baughman wanted Baughman Penny and B W. Givens. They fully the ballots counted in all the races in sustain what I have stated above. They Kingsville. I told hiro that it could be emphasize my contention, all through G. L. Penny. this matter and that is that the Com- done. sworn not to count bySubscribed and this Oct.to2S,before me mittee were determined 1909. G. L Penny, the ballots, since at the time this propW. M. Bright, N. P. L. C. osition was made, the Committee had full and complete authority to count Htanforil,Oct.. Tbeatnsnt Thoinns It. the ballots and issue certificate. I have Bhnnks nys that the lolloping statement nlso seen the affidavit of Thos. Shanks. Is true. I am not concerned in what took place At a meeting of tbe democratic- noinlmi'S in the meeting of the nominees. It ntwblcb B. V.Glens,chiilnnun und 1 as shows, however, that the peoplo of the secretary, nru present, on tb Jlonday pricounty were anxious to have the ballots or to the decision of the Court of Appeals counted and were demanding fair play. In the case of Uaughman . McCnrty.whtle discussing tbe contest und the names of Messrs. Penny, Givens and Shanks those Mho thought the ballots should be counted. Mr. McCarty arose and, in subAnswer Mr. Baughman by Affstance, made tbe following statement: "I idavit. huvo neer had any objection toMr. Hough-uia- n counting the ballots. I know the balThe affiant B. W. Givens says that lots nro us straight as n string and are nil the statement hereinafter made by him right. Willie I did not wish to bo forced to is true. The said statement is as fol- count the ballots, I am perfectly willing lows: that the committee, or some reputable men A few days before the date when the In the county should open the bullot boxes Court of Appeals decided the case of and count the ballots, ami then publish the McCarty vs Baughman. I was present result. If It shows upon u count that Uaughat a conference of the Democratic nom- man Is the nominee, I will cheerfully work inees held in Stanford. Mr. W. L. Mc- lor and support him and do all In my power Carty was present. We were discus- for Minns well us tho entire ticket. Homo sing the contest for the nomination for of thoe present then suggested tbut Inassheriff, tho probable decision of the much as Mr. Unugbmnu wus not only opCourt of Appeals and the result thereof. posing McCarty but some ot the other nomMr. McCarty said to all those present inees, about whose nomlnutlon there was no that he believed the Court of Appeals controversy or question, tbey did not be would decide for him, but that, while lieve that lluugbman could ifow successful he would not be driven to consent that ly head the ticket und run the race. There the ballots should be counted, he did Mm then some discussion us to the legal not want the nomination unless he had right of tbe committee to open tbe luillot n maioritv of the votes cast: that boxes while the case was undisposed ol in should the Court decide for him, as he the Court ot Appeuls, or la the Inlennl believed it would, then, when his legal w hlch would occur between the decision of right to the nomination was no longer tbe case and the Usual of tbe mnndate. It open to question, ho would consent that was suggested that Mr. Ilnughmitn's the ballots should be counted, and if would be necessary to the Issuing of the count should show that Mr. Baugh- tho mandate Imuudlately. Mr. McCarty man had received a majority of the then said that If the count should show that votes, he would surrender to him the lluugbman was the nominee, be, McCarty, nomination, voto for him and do all in would either withdraw as the nominee nnd his power to secure his election. let Mr. Unugbman go on by petition or he It was then suggested that in view of would run the race out as the nominee and Mr. Baughman's hostile attitude to- turn the office over to htm if he, McCarty, ward other Democratic noninees as well should be elected." as McCarty, he, Baughman, could not On the morning of October Sib Mr. UaughTo this man came to the new- win If he had the nomination. e building, Mr. McCarty responded that ho would where 1 wus, and In substance mude the folshowed Baugh- lowing stumeuients to me. "lama Demo-cru- t, be willing, if tho count man to be the nominee, to either let und uue always been it democrat, nnd Mr. Baughman go on tho ballot by pe- w ould not for uny consideration change my tition, or run as the nominee, himself, principle. What makes me mad Is the lies and, if he shonld win, he would turn some of these follow s tell on me, They say the office over to Baughman. Iuminn combination with Hell, and we A few days after this, I was You know this Is not w HI dh Ide the office. to eo to Lancaster, when I was true. All I want und all I hmecvir wunt-e- d who approached by Mr. Baughman, Is to see those ballots. You go to had heard wnat nau iranspirea at me and sea him, and tee If we can open mentioned above. He asked the ballots and count them. If I am the conference me if it were true. I told him I would nominee, I can win this raoe, although see him later and talk to him. I hur- some ot those on tho ticket think I connot. ried to go to Lancaster and left at once. I will put up t5.UJ0.00 to win this race." At Lancaster I saw Mr. Baughman, I then told Mr. Baughman I would go to who bad gone there, as I had, to at- McCarty, and that some ot us had been tend a funeral. (He had said to me, in working to secure the opening and substance, that he would be satisfied if quietly of thn ballots. in counting be could secure a count of the ballots HeetngMr. J, M. McCarty on tho street, I the Kingsville Precinct.) I told him to went to him to tell him what Mr. Iluugh- Thos. Shanks and Shanks would tell man said. It was then thatl learned of the see him what was to be done. feelings. I tbeu saw Mr, Uaughman, Afterwards, on County Court day in hurd to my office and told him that In this month, I saw Mr. Baughman on took him considering tho exlstlug state my opinion, the streets of Stanford, and talked with ol fueling further negotiations would bo rortlio sake him about the matters heretofore men- useless, talked with of being doubly sure, Mr. liuughman this tioned. I told him that Mr. Penny, th) I hae in rvguru iu me conversation i morning the chairman of the county committee, and huiurelutud with bliu In In my memory of llesnysthut I amiorrect I. were authorized by McCarty to he thut He says further It. that ho would consent that tho ballots told me w but be did about putting whenixui ui In Kingsville should be counted, this to wln.liueiouiu get tue uomiiiuiiou, lie hud count to be made by Mr. W. M. Bright, knew what be wus talking about that hnve would not ho cashier of the Lincoln National Hank runbeen the nominee, lleli Tnoa. 11, Hiiahkh, ngainst him. and Mr. J. S. Hocker. President of tho Hubscrlbod and sworn tu In fore me by First National Bank, in the presence of TUOS, II. r uttusv mis uct. J", 1. L. U. the chairman, Mr. Penny. My first John J. Mcltolx-cts.N- . proposition was to count the ballots in The eentlemen who make these afil race. Mr. the Uaughman-McCart- y Baughman said he would not be con- davits request that if there is any one tent unless tho vote in all races in that who desires either confirmation or furI suggested ther details as to what transpired at precinct were counted. that there was no necessity for doing the meeting of the nominees referred this, but, after conferring with Mr. to above, ask any one of the candidates Penny, 1 went back to Baughman and as to the accuracy of the statements M rMtvmiA wan.i -bbibv svvi'viiv for office might be ... "I counted". AftV. p To this It MAitr rlA !. fASBBIBBBBBBJBjnBBSBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBB 1 IVbbBT' WW , feLaH bW,' i. ftiti..... FjTv m 'XT A?r "II SsbLW. " ' CTH JsbbH y n bbbW-'- ' .Mir'T .IbbH TsL. I4bVbW IbbbVVsjIbbbbbb'suI Li? rr k t'wVsHbBK BSbK Kl 1mJm wf H mm. & : UUlxINiiF'-- J lmJNTR- - ' raiafllljj I1 i trAk 1KKTERUY. Tho nbovo is a good likeness of tho republican nominee for jailer of Lincoln county. Mr. Terry is C2 years ot ngo and was born and reared in Lincoln county. He has been in the farming and timber business in this county for many years, and by his straightforward dealing has mado many friends, who; regardless of politics, wish him well in his present raco. He is well qualified by nature and training for the important position for which he is now a candidate, and if elected he will fill tho office with credit to himself and satisfaction to the voters nnd taxpay adv ers. , fO''-- S Villi III iff Iff.-III iv ' M "A rNitvl "'i I '''A 4 ; $ if v.- - Bin i III flTraHBSH ' I ii sWili & 'Kji'jl -- ttSi oai-lat- "I expected to die from indigestion. doctored and used remedies, until I was cured." Miss using Mina Henderson, Denton Harbor, Mich , 11KW. G. L. PenDy guarantees Largo box 60c. Relieves stomach distress In 6 minutes. I o Ml-o-n- OVERCOATS. - fair-minde- d J. J. BELDEN, Kor House nnd Then; crisp mornings remind dium cold weather, for n general CKAVENKTTi: 825. i ti that we nccil more clothe. Tor me HAIN or Wo ming l'aper Hanging, (luu anil Hhop opposite depot. Cnrrlasel'alntlngnnd TrimHtnnCord, Ky coat, nothing U an good a n COAT; warm dry, light and alwajs neat and tlresiy. 8 10, J.J. Ukldki, can thotT you u fine hunch of them in various colon at The IIKAVIKK, WAllMKIt Sift, 820 and FOR RENT! JO COATS we thow in nunc VFUY Kor rent for MO with privilege of sewing SWELL colore and styles at 81.r and 820. Our LITTLK FELLOWS acres In wheat this Kail and plnntlng corn und tobacco next Hprlng. Will rent CjiU run in all prices and colon mm 85 to 810. Wc are always glad to W. t. Mcki-ht- , for part of crop. Waynrslurg, Ky. have you come in aud sec what wc have. HOME FOR SALE I One story cottage of eight rooms nnd nil contains one necessary outbuildings, ucre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy burn, buggy bouse, corn crib, etc llood Harden spot. This Is n desirable plnce, located on corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets. A. II. IIOI.T7.OI.AW, Htauford, Ky. FOR SALE! right man. rttock wllllinoleo about WW Address M. J., care Interior Journal, Htanfonl. WIU sell a Clothing. Hhoe and dents' Furnishing more, located In tbe best town In lloyle county. A great opHrtunlty for the H. J. McJROBERTS, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. B3S33QSeS33S2Q3S33( G. L. Pcnnv K. ' .! FOR SALE! ... ,. . t iu lucmv riMinuiiv,, t rf Ill .. I All ..!.. sen pritmviy hi hh it taiK" good-wlmprateinenU acrt'i, more or tilssiSM UIwbI tutrn sTOTMl (trtlt itn J. H. IIkiuiit, nrd.well'waumi. y nj sym-ifctllfUWK HrCItiwi ... A. s n.-lws.- II. Coilcy 11. It. Coleman !. 1 i , MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. to V. A A.M. will meet In stated communication on each llrst and lhlr.l Mnmlnv lilubts odltcil lllOUth.Ut TUU o'clock In their hull on main stretet, Htau ford, Ky. Members ol sisier iwiges nro Pen. Invited to be present. T. nington, Hec. 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 Colds, Sold under a Guarantee at A can-se- S. D. CARTER, New Liven Depot Street, Phone 96, AND CIVIL ENGINEERING. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SURVEYING court-hous- PENNY'S DRUG Stanford, Kentucky. STORE, pre-Dari- I nm prepared todoull kinds of surveying and civil engineering promptly. My work will be guaranteed mid my prices are reasonable. Wrltu me at MeKlnuey or call me over tbe telephone through the ltustonvlllu Kichange, WALfKIl MCKINNKY. BBBBBBSBaEeEB3 y, Fruit Ami OmmimUI Trait Kverythlng for Orchard, Lawn oni den. Catalogue on Application. Gar- ! No Agents. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, ANYONE Can mix Coffee, hut proper blending nud requires yean of experience. roaet-iu- g Lexington, Ky. NOTICEI Many ycow of thought and study have mado CHASK A SAN-HORN'S "Seal Urand" Collee what it tho most deliciou of till ia U today, blends. court-hous- aj y Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In- "W. II. Higgiin the only place in town where you cuu get it. i. surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by W. J. CAMPBELL, ll.tonville, Kj. . W. H. H ICG INS, . v OsVs Stanford, Kentucky. aid that the vote of every caadfekte therein contained. ,,. mtr.tj.t,4 , iMta.. litl(iiiP'"JnwiiP'p'i' m mumwfmtw jm-r Trt P m yT -- ? " lit Every Contest, - 3 3fe .- i' - -- Wlictlicr it ' Im Love, War, Politic or HtisincM, preparation U half of the Itattlc. is don't forget to supply yourolf with warm clothing. Our (tore Ac. More you buy Bhocf, Underwear, Cloaks, Suit, IJIankcU, In your fight to keep warm theso chilly days, full of dcirablo merchandise ready for your inspection. See us Don't let another cold cnap catch you unprepared. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Stakfoiii), Ky., OLD 6c SON, STANFORD. KY. L. K. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Hig-gins, papers for sale. This office. - Oct. '.'if, Everytuino for hunters at White's store 1009 Genuine Big Sandy Sorghum at W. II. Hlgglns'. Some great bargains In box paper aro Bio lino of hats, caps nnd gloves being closed out to mnko room for new White's store. stock at Penny's Drug Store at PERSONALS. New colors in mens' and boy's hats. Cummins & Wcaren. Second-hande- Cait. K. It. Gentiiy Is at homo from Frankfort to voto. Mita. T. S. Kouton, of Junction City. Is with her brother, Mr. T. C. Hall. Mhh. J. K. VanAhbuale, of Louisville, made a brief visit to friends hero. Tub aged Mr. George L. Carter, of the McCormack's section, is quite sick. Miss Ou.ik May Koiiehts, of Junction City, is with Miss Hcssio Spoona-more. salo cheap. heating stove for This office. F. E. Brawner, of tho Jumbo section, killed a night hawk which measured 41 feet from tip to tip. I will bo in my ofllco every day tho week from 9.A. m. to 3:30 r. M. tho future. A. S. Prico, dentist. in in The following was handed to us I Stanley. -- Mrs. J. C. Stanley died at nesday: The paper written and read For 1010 my fnnu of 6i ncres nt Crub Orch-nr- d LOCALS. Bailey before tho Wo- her home in tho Goshen section at noon by Mrs. Steele Stole ncres ot line tobacco land, balWednesday after an illness which d ance, for corn, meadow nnd pasture. For Everything good to cat at White's men's Missionary Union would have further Information cull on J, Ward Moore. several years. The funeral was Urab Orchard, Ky., or been good for the world to have heard. uddrtss me nt store. preached at Goshen church yesterday Friend. CiIAH.lI.HINfll.BTON. morning by Eld. J. G. Livingston, after Davenport. Everybody wants that "Ik wo can get the Senate and Houso which the remains of the loving wife Cummins & Wcaren. wo will redistrict tho State of Ken- and tender mother were laid to rest In Notlci of Application for Pardon . If you arc looking for fresh oysters tucky so as to perpetuate us in power," the cemetery near by. Deceased was Miller of and celery go to J. D. Horton's restau- said Gov. Willson in his speech at Lib a daughter of tho lata John Gooch and felony InHroaddui, who wasof convictedcoun- n tho circuit court Lincoln ty at the May term of said court, 1WU. will rant. c , erty. Think of this If you have any is survived by her husband and ono o nsk the goernor for pardon nnd restoracitizenship; nnd nil bo idea of scratching Hon. it. L. Hubble. son. Sho was a devout member of tion to the governor and state object will notify For Sale. Handsome rubber tiro In writing MILLKll UltOAVUUH. the Christian Wo havo secured the skating riuk building for a salesroom for leaf tobac and a good woman uny objection. carriage. Call at this ofllco for par Pat McCarken, tho Brooklyn boss in every way. church the God Who gavo May co in tho band and will bo ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is suffi ticulars. who died told a friend in her give succor to thoso whose hearts ciently cured for market and will be able to oiler you as good market an you For Rent. Two or four rooms In my days gono by that ho chewed gum to bleed because of their irreparable loss. I desire to sell nrfvntelv niv re1itnn,.M in home on Logan Avenue. Mrs. Hun keep from talking too much. Wo sugI'rat) Orchard. House of eight rooms and will find elsewhere at a reasonable cost. Wo havo nssurance that buyers rep gest that somo of tho democratic noman ucro of land. Abundant outbuildings Withers. To The Citizens of Stanford. nud all In good repair. Located In local op- - resenting tho largest manufacturers and dealers in tho U. S. will bo repre inees get a wad of Yucatan and "chaw" .tun ,umi nucre n guuu sraueu scnooi runs scntetl in Danville, thus insuring tho highest market prico to tho grower. cotFor Sale. Beautiful nine months. Abundant like blazes until next Tuesday afterIt is being persistently stated that xarlety. One third cash water of the best and tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- noon. In the event of our election to t,ho und two yean nt e per cent. balauceln one Call and seo us before disposing of your tobacco. we. gan avenue. Prlco and terms to suit Dlt. V. SI. IIOOIIKH, olllces of mayor and councilmen of "Enclosed f 1 which please apply to Stanford, aro plodged to vote for cer Orab Orchard. Ky. purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. my subscription to tho Interior Jour TALK with me before buying a type- nal. Trust you will keep up the fight tain men for the offices of marshal, city FARM FORSALE OR RENT. writer, and see sample at my home. T. for your county ticket, which is a good clerk, city treasurer and city attorney. This statement is absolutely untrue. Contains 140 ncres, best tobacco land In A. Brackett. local agent for Standard one, and that we will got a favorable the GEO. COGAR & CO., Proprietors, Danville, Ky. We are not pledged to any ono for any sell county, IW miles from MoKlnney. Will or rent, lint two dwellings, one of four Typewriter Exchange, New York, report from Lincoln county after the office. Wo did not seek tho offices for rooms and the other of two rooms. Two of nearly lit) Judge Herndon in his raco against election," writes Mr. Bowman Smith, which we have been nominated; we con- orchards noiuiu ncres trees. Tobacco barn M. G.MURPHY. mat win of tobacco cheapest J. W. ACTON. . farm In Kentucky at price. been heard from of Morrisontown, Tenn. Judge Saufley hasn't sented to run only at tho solicitations o. . im.vw.VKit, since he got bit namo on the ballot. He Everybody Is invited to bo present of the citizens of the town. Wo have McKInney, Ky. baa probably realized his mistake. Ad- at tho Haloween Pie Social, Walton's allowed our names to go upon the bal vocate. Opera Houso Friday, Oct. 29th, and seo lots, not from a deslro for the offices, . . 1. but In obedience to our sense of public turkey crop la reported so short the Endeavor ghosts. Ladies of all duty, and, If wo The Veterinary Hurfeou A Dentist, are elected, tho wel- fow churches bring your pics! Let all reOur prices on all Dry Goods, Shoes, Hate, Caps, Men's Odd Pants and that the birds will be so high that time, 7:30 the tare oi mis town snail uo tne sole moNotions will bo greatly reduced until Nov. let und then there, will be a can afford to havo them adorn tho member the Houso and things, pies. tive that will control us In tho selection Opera aro placo, Roosters chiiugo in our business that wo aro confident will mean much to our custom Thanksgiving tablo. Phone No. ft). Calls answered proiuptly.day Admission freel Cornel Most original of our town oflicers. We now promise or night, located at 11. 1, Carter's I,lery ers as well as to us. It will bo to your advantage to trade with us, as wo abundant though and wo will havo you that personal considerations will bo Hum, Committee. will nivo you mouey on each purchasa. Prepare yourself and family for something to bo thankful for after all. show ever In townl laid aside by us when it comes to voting Now while you can have money, give us a trial and let us tliu Winter. Speaking. lions. Har- for men for thoso offices wo have just Democratic I Five Years. -- Charles McConnaghy, show you what wo will do for you. Wo watit nioro Cash trade and aro mak former bank cashier of Montlcello, en- vey Helm, Thomas II. Shanks, Robert named, and that the good of the ing the reductions as inducements to those paying Cash, feeling that thoso At my farm, one mile North of Turners-llltered a plea of guilty at Covington to Harding and C. A. Hardin will speak town will alone bo consulted. Wo prom-h- o I will on laying Cash are entitled to goods at a biiialler margin of profit than those night at 7 o'clock. you too that if we select any man WK11NKHUAV, NOV. IT, Ho, IMiviuK ON TIM 12. So if you have money to sikmhI call and net our Cash part of an indictment charging embez- at Moreland Saturday described propzlement and false entries amounting to Hons. W. H. Shanks and T. J. Hill, for any ofllco and he should fail to dis- offt r for sale the following 1 horses, I brood prices on anythiug you wuut either dry goods, notions, groceries, queens-war- o charge tho duty of that ofllco in a com- erty) Oiie pair worU mules, of yearfluit catJr , will speak at Ellison's school-housmare, i rows and calves, lot 120,000, and was given three five-yeor hardware. Do uot fail to watch this spaco for the chaugo iu our tle, W L'ood ewes, eu of sentences to run concurrently, by Uni- Friday night at 7 o'clock. Hon. W. S. petent and efficient manner, then wo pigs. ISO shocks of fat boas, lotand sow s uud business Nov. 1st. corn, buy fariuluu Imnlemeuts. If not rentud iirtvutniv I.. ted States Judge Cochran. Mr. Mc- Burch will speak at Jumbo at 7 o'clock will certainly discharge him. time, 1 Permit us to say right hero that we fore thatthe year will on tuat day, reut my 11)10. Connaghy was county judge of Wayne Saturday ,nlght. Hons. W. H. Shanks farm for Terms made known on uay vi snie. swie to uegiu at 1 o'clock. g coualy.for yoaxt and bo man stood high-- r and T. J. Hill will speak at Waynes-bur- will jealously guard the rights of the J.K.Govtrr. tax payers of this town; that we will J, V. Chandler, Auct. at 2:30 Saturday afternoon. uattt kii psMtihsttosi wwe dtteorered. children. Mr. A. J. Hayden. of Boyle, placed Mr. SimJKaines and family will move on exhibition at W. li. Higgins' more a to Corbln much to the regret of their pumpkin, which Is the largest friends here. seen here in years. . Mns. W. W. Walteh and ion, Joseph, cf Kings Mountain, arc with Miss The Standard Oil Co. will put in a distributing plant at Marcland and our Mary Walter. Witx Fiiank, handsome llttlo son of old friend, Mr. Lafo Morgan, will be Mr. and Mrs. William Cordier, is ill the inspector In charge. with diphtheria. For Kent. Rooms in my home and Mrs. Lucy A. Carter and Mrs. C good stable for rent. Stable has three L. Carterlarc gucsta of Mrs. Z.T. Wil- stalls and place for buggy. Entrance liams at Columbia. on street. Mrs. L. B. Cook. Mit. and Mrs. J. It. Harris and Miss Salesmen wanted to look after our Josephine Iicatley havo returned from interest in Lincoln and adjacent couna visit to relatives at Somerset. Miss Lucy Tkiiiiile, who has been ties. Salary or commission. Address with Mrs. J. II. Kadfl, returned to her The Harvey Oil Co , Cleveland, O. homo at Hopkinsville this week. Bronze For Sale Thoroughbred Mr. Alva Merritt, tho aged father Turkeys, Pekln Drakes and Whito of Mrs. Henry Catron, of the Cast End, Mrs. James N. Cockerels. is very ill at his home in Itockcastlo. Phono No. Cash, Turneravillo. Mil. FrankiIIanbon and Mrs. N. A. Gilmer, of Hansonvillo, Vn., have been Lost, between W. T. Tucker's and the guestsof Mr. W. I). Hanson in tho Crab Orchard about a month ago a West End. Deitz buggy lantern. Reward for its Mrs. W. II. Shanks went to Lexlng-ingto- n return to Dr. J. G. Carpenter, Stanyesterday to witness Maude ford. Adams In her play ot the I.exlngton acre farm on Farm For Sale.-1- 15 opera house. Goodknigiit and Dix river, four miles North of Stanford Mrs. NoraOL and near Hubble. Improvements fairly Master DavidlGoodknlght have return- good and splendid new barn. J. F. an extenslvo tour of tho far ed from Rigncy & Son, Stanford. ' West. While gone they saw tho great church of The ladies of the Christian We are glad to learn that Mr, J. F. Crab Orchard will servo an oyster dinJefTeri, who married Miss LloraUohon, ner at the Dr. W. J. Edmiston house of the West End, is not so ill as our Hustonvillo letter stated. Ho Is In a on Main street on election day. them and help n good cause. sanatorium in Louisville and will bo for m some time but his condition is not seGeo. W. Lunskorp, one of Turners-ville'- s rious. merchants, desires to inform the Mrs. W. S. Beazley onsd sons, William and Jamea lleazlcv, will arrive buying public that he has in u splendid from Los Angeles, Calif., Monday to line of underwear, shoes, dry goods, visit her mother, sister and brothers. Mrs. Mildred Ucazley is over from Lan- etc. See his stock before you buy. caster to meet her daughter und grandWed, W-2- J s ' n. Pat-roni-- -I and ovcrcaats make tho burden of the taxpayer as light as is consistent with good governforget tho Farmers' meeting ment; that we believe that at present Don't tho town too much for at Kings Mountain Wednesday and collecting marshal is paid(10 per tho city tax cent.) Thursday, Nov. 3 and 1. and that we will rcduco that compensa... m The Warren Grigsby Chapter, U. D. tion. II. J. McRoberts, W. H. Wm. Severance, R. H. CofTey, A. C, will meet with Mrs. Mary I. Burch T. Nunnelley, R. G. Jones, Clifton nt 2:30 Saturday afternoon. Fowler. It will pay yod to take a look nt our heavy footwear before buying your POLITICAL. winter shoes, Cummins & Wearen. Judge W. E. Settle was nominated All those desiring to take china for appellate judge at a convention of painting will please call on me at my democrats at Bowling Green. homo at once. Mrs. Catherine McCIary. Speaker Cannon indorsed the stand taken by President Have a new line of Fall and Winter ways question in Taft on the wateran address at East St. millinery. Call and see our new patLouis. terns in the latest styles. Mrs. C. M. Former Vice President Charles W. Young, Highland, Ky. Fairbanks has arrived at Hong Kong That awfully bad paper, tho Leba- from Manila. From there he will go non Leader, says, "Danville Is tho moat to India. Indications point to a close voto in drunken and immoral town of its size the 26th judicial district next Tuesday in tho State." Perish the thought. between Judge M. J. Moss, tho regular Don't fail to hear Hons. Harvey republican nominee, and Wm. Davis, Helm, Charles A. Hardin and Robert running on an independent ticket, says Harding expound democracy at Wal- a Barbourville dispatch. Davis is said ton's Opera Houso Saturday afternoon to be running a good race, with fine at 150 o'clock. prospects of winning out. while Moss The Lincoln County Fair Association men predict the election of their candiwill sell to the highest bidder on Satur date day, Oct. 30, at 3 r. M.. their amphMATRIMONIAL. itheatre and all buildings, fence, etc. Same will be sold separately and as a Virgie Vansant and Clarence Miss whole. Mcisburg were married at Harrodsburg. James Smith, of Casey, and Miss EsFarm For Sale. 113 acres. Tho best tobacco, corn and hog farm in sie Terrill were married here this Madison country. Seven miles from week. T. B. Daughcrty, 23, and Miss Mary Richmond. Public sale Tuesday Nov. 23rd, nt 2 v. M. B. W. Sturdevant, Scarborough, 17, were married at John Hooker's on the 27th. Cottonburg, Ky. New line of clothing at White's store. mm mm SHOES! You can't beat our line of Shoes for Comfort, Quality, Style and Low Price. We have the strongest line of Ladies' and Children's Shoes in Patents, Vicis, Velours, Tnn., Ac, that we have ever carried. Most any color you want in Suetlo top. "We invito your inspection. Meu, don't forget we represent two of the beet Tailoring concerns in the country nnd guarantee Fit, Quality and Price. si HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dont Scold The Cook man Harvey Helm and Commonwealth's A. E Gibbons sold to I. T, Lanier his Attorney C. A. Hardin and Mr. Robert home in Danville for JG.G00. Harding will speak at Walton's Opera Adolph Scltsam, aged 23, died at his She has done the best she could. Try n change. If your clothes didn't House, Stanford, at 1:30 o'clock to- home at Parksville after a long illness. wear well try ours. If they didn't fit try ours. If they looked morrow, Saturday, afternoon. Hear Ernest Hayes was given 21 years for killing his brother-in-law- , James Lane, them. 'cheap" try ii?. We sell suits at $10 up. More at $15. ' in Stanford. Congress- IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. near Berea. A New York dispatch says that Jno Miller, chief owner of Miller Bros. 101 ! Ranch Show, has offered $GO,000 for the Jeffries-Johnsofight to take place at I'rnlrOrchnrd, fiicr Hotel, nt strtet, with postnlo store-roohis ranch near Bliss. Okla. Mr. Miller Just across olllce adjoining and u cottage or olllce ot three was born at Crab Orchard and Is a first roomi. All necessary outbuildings. cousin of Mr. Will A. Brooks. MIW.Cl'UTIKflOVKIl. t'rali Orchard, Ky. The first, second and third grades of the Stanford Graded School which have been taught at the college have been Wens the patronaeo of our friends nnd dismissed for a while on account of neighbors for our nursery atruilr It t i.n ( "iinciuiMu ,..1.1. ..,.! tA.. at. diphtheria. Tho building has been pro- nnd well grown, I'liecavin.iniiviruii! tuiuijr lire rcnsonnblt. AU J.A.MrKKK, nounced unsanitary by tho board of tints aiuki jiiuumuiji, ijiiicoiu io., ny. health and improvements ordered. Lots nnd lot at 318.50 nnd 820. same men, And to the You un- FORSALE every season. derstand why ? NOTJCEI home-grown - !.. W. . PERKINS, FOR PENT Crab Orchard, Ky. cov-ere- To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent Counties. lit-tl- last-wee- k, Home For Sale! five-roo- m Itie Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse, Dr. Willis Morgan. Murphy O. Acton, Cut Prices Until Nov. Stanford, Kentucky, n PUBLIC SALE e, MURPHY St Kings Mountain Ky. ACTON, .a P"! WF 'rmm'fV m,v m9f,mtmi wv V iwnpumiiwjp "W n ii myoiiHiiii'. ii mm ".. wwwwpfwy rv WBkI The Interior Journal. .nkrfdinltePMf.OjTiatU Wiond-da- u Garrard People Organize for Better ment of County. Stanford at matter. L. 3cN. TIMETHBLE No.Il.Houth.llsMr.M. No.SJ.Houth, llirtl A M. No. Jl. North, i !I0 A. M. No. , Nortli, 6iJ7 P. M. No.SS.iiMr.M. No. 77.10:17 A.M. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dontlst, STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberta' Drug Storo in tho Owsley Building. FARM Thefnrmof lwacrp., of Rood Muo grnn lylnff one lml, Htnnfonl mile North of MoKlnney.on pike, Improvements nml the fencing gooili plenty of wntcr and fruit. Also ) ncrei of tlmliered Innd one mile Knit of McKlnner;hnlf under fence; plenty of wntornnd good totmcco Innd. Hee J.A.aiVBNH.ARent. McKlnncy.Ky. F9RSALEI Falllandi.Winter Stock. ex ilnve ) our mennure tnken hy a tnllor of low perlence. Then your clothes, whethern price business nilt or tho rlne.t evening clnth, will h(M thnt Indlvldunllty nnd fit which plnlnly lndtcnte they were mnde to your measure. I wlllnlso tnke your mens-or- e for extra trousers, fnncy vests, top coats' nnd encrconts. Knll and winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection. II. 0. nuTLEY. The Tailor, Btanford, Ky. CUT FLOWEBS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, ns well as the freshest of cut flowers, plants nf all: kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short nollce.JlAl.o make a specialty of wreaths for for funernl purposes. In connection with the alove, I havo nil kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices. IIOUHEH. CHItlHTMANHUKKN Kl) lluiin.VKii, l'Knu. Htanford, Ky, kisures Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, STANFORD, KY. Residence Phono S6; Office, OS. Insure with mo and be fully protected. CONCRETING and. In fact, wo can make nny thing from r house down to a fence ost. We run serve s yon promptly nnd guarantee work and material. Call and get our prices oeiore you uuy your muienui ui least tlrst-clns- The local option people filed a potltlcn with County Judge Evam at Winches? tor asking for a votJ on the question in Lancaster, Ky Oct. 20. Amid an tho city and tho liquor pcoplo filed a enthusiasm that presages big results, petition asking for a vote in both city tho Lancaster and Garrard County De- and county. Ho has fixed both elections velopment Association was formed hero for Saturday, December C. this morning. Permanent organization A tlekllrfg ordrycoujjh cn boqulck-lwaj effected nt a meeting of tho folloosened with Dr. Shoop's Cough lowing commltteo of citizens appointed Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, at a banquet given by tho Arm of llroj. on last Saturday night: nothing unsafo or harsh. Sold br John M. Farra, II. T. Logan, G. B. Penny's Drug Storo. Swineboard, II. II. Tomlinjon, It. II Reports that Mrs. John Jacob As tor Datson, J. R, Hascldcn, P. S. Hughes, has brought suit in Now York for a J. W. Elmoro nnd P. M. Tinder. At legal separation from her husbnnd. Col. the banquet speeches were mado by Junn Jacob Astor, were neither denied by C. II. Young, several promtnont citizens, all voicing nsr affirmed been appointed n who is referee mid to havo n common sentiment that Lancaster In tho case. and Garrard County needed a live deTho llttlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets velopment association to advanco tho interests of town and county before tho called Provcntlcs, will in a few hours rest of the world. The committee nam- safely check all Colds or LaOrlppo. Sold by Penny's ed was given full authority and at tho Try thorn! meeting this morning took hold of their Drug Storo m. duties with an eagerness that Inspired Gen. Oliver O. Howard c led nt Bur-- i in tho undertaking. confidence nngton, Vt., 01 heart disease, lie was The following officers were unani on uen. Grant's stair. mously cho3en: President John M. Pains of women, liea'd pains, or any Farra. Vice Presidents IV. G. Kemp er, of Paint Lick; Hogan Ballard, of puln stopped in 20 minutes sure, with See Dryantsville; Cecil Broaddus, of Duck- - Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets eye; R. II. Batson and J. It. Hascldcn, full formula on 25c box. Sold by of Lancaster. Secretary F. S. Hughes. Penny's Drug Storo. Treasurer J. W. Elmore. City Development II. T. Logan. County Development G. B. Swinebroad. Transportation R. H. Tomlinson. MemberMorolnnd, Kontucky, ships J. F. Robinson. Publicity-- M. D. Hughes. Educational S. D. Coch ran. Uood Koads J. K. Stormes. Live New Fall Lino Millinery now in. Stock Breeding R. L. Elkin. Enter Also Iscw Furniture coming iu altainment J. J. Walker, Jr. Govern- most daily. ment Building L. L. Walker. InfirmG. II. I'iii'itt, Morolnnd, Ky. ary Dr. J. M. Acton. Not only Lancaster but the entire county is to bo canvassed at once for membership. Tho board of directors, made up of the officers and committee chairmen, will hold meet Dealer In nnd Munutucturur of ingsthe first regular meeting being called for Nov. 16, by which time it is expected 200 members will be enrolled. Marblo and Cranito Monu monts, Among the first active steps to be taken by the Association will bo those Markers and I'nsts, IVinrtnrjr nml Iiwn towards securing better transportation Vines nnd Hettees. OHIco nml works, .Mo facilities for Lancaster, an infirmary Kinney, Ky. and a Government Building. The Association is in favor of the amendment to the State Constitution generally known as tho Good Roads Amendment, as is shown by the creation of a Good y Has-clden :. m 5 M ft KsxiKSsfl h r s F re 5' H 2 3 3 J 0 CD :z: CD H S3 r w3 S or td w wm -- o n n t 1 0 h re re o re r W 3 2 (X) Ss tf- s 5 3 ho oh 2w (J) 3 W T ft "n rr a O & 111 0 5. G. B. FRUITT. io Iw Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I ileslro to sell prlvutrlv my .lock nf Groceries nml lliinlnnrtf I Kiln it n uooil liuil- nest. Will Invoice about ti&U. Hvn.oii 111 livnlth. (IKO, I). HOITKIt, Htanford, Ky. I I W2!lrW Harry Jacobs. REWARD. tbrougli my fnriu, I linte conclinleil toolter a rewnnl for Informntlnn lending to tint such conlctlon of kI'Ui-kiiii- iktioii or t.om. Iyrlll tlierefure i uf $.'! fur lufurinntlon lendlnic to the, nrrest nnd conviction of Hiiy party or pnrtles, thnt lime broken my gnlrs,r that Iikm1 the lntches on sawed don or torn down nny of my Kates on the county road which runs from th llustontllle turnplku to the MIIIcilK"tllle turnpike, til roll nil my rnrm; and I will Klt the same amount for Information lendlUK to the arrest and Conviction of nny party or lutrtles w ho In the future commit any of the ' aliove olTenaes I Witness my hnnd this loth dnr nf AiiKUst 11 semi-month- Ilnvlnit suffered rnnMeriitile nnnoynncn nml ilaniuse from outlaws. In hreakliiK uste , Intcbes mul lenrlnx ilnwn nml ileitrolui: ' my Kates, on the. county rond tlint runs i autf I Dinwiddie & l!n. T.J. Hll.l..t4lt Roads Committee. The Association is to issue at once SHERIFF'S SALE! attractive literature advertising what Lancaster and Garrard County have We ore In Dosltlon to do nil kinds of con eretlng, such ns lllock Work, i'avoments and what they most need. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Co., PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, R. B. MAHONY and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without (discount. Life, Live Stock, Health J.L.Beazley&Co., en. Unde tiKera and Embahr. Abo Dealers iu Fur. niture, Mattings.Rugc. They will c: c'lange Furniture for all Kin 1b of Stock. Give Them a Call: Prices Right. A good Jersey milk cow. S. Turpin, Stanford. For Sale. 100 bushels of potatoes'. C. L. Hensley, Kings Mountain, Ky. Uver 7o,00U pounds or tobacco was sold at Maysville Wednesday at 7 to 17c. Estrayed or stolen from Capt. Pow ell's place red steer, 1,150 pounds. W. P. Givfens. For Sale. Two young milk cows. Good ones. W. W. iPitman, Stanford, up-to-da- teR. F. D. No. 3. At the Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse Wednesday 60,000 pounds of tobacco sold at 10 to 181c. Estrayed. Three barrow hog?, black spotted, weigh about 250, crap off eft ears. Liberal reward. E. T. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Pence. McDowell, of the west end, ORGANIZED IN 1882. Joseph delivered 00 cattle to Monte Fox. Tho CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. bunch averaged 1,325 pounds and the SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. price was Cc Advocate. G. A. Simpson, of Grant county, who HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 says he was forced to bring his unpool-e- d Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety tobacco to Lexington under guard after being threatened by "night rid- DepositJBoxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. er," announces his intention of leaving Kentucky in two weeks to reside in OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. New Mexico. Mourned for his mighty deeds on the I. S. I locker, President;. F. Heid, . II. IJaughman, turf, Salvator, tho pride of James B. M D. Elmore, J. M l'ettus, S. T. Harris, Haggins' equine possessions, was bur H, C. Daughman, . F Cummins, John J. McRoborls, Cashier; ied with honors close to the Green Hills S. T. Harris, no. C. Kobinson. II. C. Daughman, Asst. Cash'r W. U OUannon J. S. Hocker. mansion, on Elmendorf Farm, near Lexington, says a dispatch. A crowd W.W .Saundersjliookkeeper. C. E. Tate of prominent men and women saw the carcass of the once magnificent cheat-nu- t, 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 tho achieve-men- u of the son of imported Prince Charlie Salvlna. A granite shaft will mark his resting place. Salvator's hoofs will be mounted. For Sale. J. Hustonville, Ky., of goods. ry an Undertakers and Embalmers. We car- line Hy lrtue of n judiiment of the Lincoln (Juarterly rourt.ln fnor of hiiiiiK. J It. lleatle), I.oroueof m dep. utlva, will. on Mouda), the "III day of I'.'ia. Ixtweu the hours of o'clK'k i. M.and Stclovk i. M ,nt the court-hou- . door In Htnnlonl, county of Lincoln, Ky., expo1 to puhllcsiile to the lilghe.t lildder, the follow Inn property (or so uiurh tberrof ns may he necessary to satlafy the nuiounl of the rinliilllT'sdelit, lutereit, nnd costs.) nay coil iimiiiimi in.wiii unn "Hilly himih1,"I sorndiolt iinuied ''.Ifihn Ifnttnt. ' S..ir.nlil luv ii,!t nniii. ed"f.llton,"i Imy rtlly 3 enra old anil 11 nanus iiiku. ; wennnnK cons, mis proM riy will Ik oid subject to a mortgag" ''ow same in fin or of A T Nunnelley nnd of record In clerk's olllcu nf Lincoln county court In mortKnge iKMik M, hkSIU. TrRM.. Kile will l made on a credit of lliree iiionths. IioiiiI wltlinumoied security reUlred, lienrluit Interest nt the rate of A per cum. 'r annum irom uay oi sine, ami nailiiK the force and elfect of a sale bond, this lull day of October, lis. T.J. IMI.I..H I..O. Castei-liiiik'all1 aear-old t-- - 3 Mmpr mv' 1I3F 2MJr .i,nimr tK"""fiSa oonits m We nre now ready to Miow you one ol the bait line- of Man's, Youthi and Children's Clothea ever shown the peoplo fjr the lowest price. AWo a of Overcoats and Oravnncttej from 87.50 to 820. new nnd Good value. Come iu and let us show you. Am sure you will bo pleated wifh this lino. SAM KOBINSON, STANFORD, KY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Che Cincoln County national Dank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, 3. H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON, PRESIDENT $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 w.:m. oright, cashier, j- - w- - H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER rochester, asst. cash. , HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. H. B. NORTH COTT, Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Iron and Rubber. DIREOTORSt J. 1$. Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Owiley, Stanfonlj S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford John H. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. O. Run- kin, Lancaster; J. II. Paxton, Stauford; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; II. L. Hubblo, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Prcachersvillc; Lilhuru Gooch. Gilberts Creek. Money Comes In Bunches. STAMFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, Undertaker. Embalmer and tester In'.Harness. Saddlery, STANFORD. OCHfhonMOT. KY- Homelfbon 8. To A. A. Chisolrp, of Treadwoll, N. Y , now, "Ills reason is well worth roadlnt;: "For a lonff tlmo I su lie red from indigestion, torpid Uver, constipation, norvousness and general do blllty," ho writes. "I couldn't sleep, had no appetite nor ambition, grew weaker every day In spite of all mediThen used Klectrlc cal treatment, Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all my old tlmo boalth and vigor. Now 1 can attend to buklne.g overy day. Its a wonderful modlclne." Infallible for SIU. FARMER: Mako your home aa modem for your family ns u city stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and residence, and place yourself in a position to get tho lutest market quotations nerves. COo at Penny's Drug Store, .. nt nny time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service, The New York Central lines have placed contracts during the past few which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that in small compared with days for new equipment for delivery tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest oflico or write direct to during 1910 involving a total expend- headquarters, Nashville, Tonn., for information regarding our special "Fariture of about $25,000,000. Further mers' Lino" rate. If you aro not ut present enjoylug telepltono service, we equipment will be ordered Involving an can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, expenditure of $00,000,000. Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southoru, portion of Indiana ami The C. & 0. bat just received 50 new Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Stoves and Ranges! J 1 H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford. "4. . .1 RURAL TELEPHONES. Just received a large and well se- lected stock of each. See our new Range before you buy. Iccoraotlvos. (iNCOm-OKATKO- ) GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. i?tw: " fcfr 4f rtMtofrf , . . Mmi rt-- JfcjfW' -