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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL YOLo XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1909 H0 71 t This and That Judge W C Bell decided lha4 J M Harmons namo should go on thb ballot as the republican candidate for Julio r BoyleSix wero killed and 12 wcr I Injured by tho derailment of an electrIc I train which woo being tested for peed In J FranceTwo were killed and nnothei i was probably fatally injured by a pat i sender train striking an automobile at Lynnbrook L 1 Col Theodoro A Dodge the militaryr historian of New York and Paris diet I at Versailles France He wee lorn o Iitlafield Mats In 1812 At n mooting of tho stockholders of the First National Bank of DurnMde It was decided to irrpen that fnitltutioi I again In H short limo Dr R L C White for 22 years grand keeper of records and seal of the grand lodge Knights of Pythlss or Tennessee died In Nashville John Stewart Kennedy lawyer finan der and philanthropist died in New York of whooping cough Ho was with in two months of his 80th brithday William J Englc of Butte Neb was the first name drawn from the pile of envelopes In tho United Statea land drawing for land in the Cheyenne and Standing Rock Indian reservations Thlrtyfour lives were lost In tho wreck of the Donaldion Line steamer Hcatla which went ashore on thn Old Proprietor ledge ofT Seal Covo Grand Manan Island off the coast of Maine Four of those lost were boys Only six l persons were saved The E 0 Eshelby Tobacco Co of J Cincinnati brought suit In the United States Circuit Court at Cincinnati against the Burley Tobacco Society r Clarence LeBus president and Alonzo Ferguson asking 190000 damages un der the Sherman antitrust law Tho little city of Hickman entertain red for an hour tho President of tho States and distinguished party him down the Mississippi River The President was too hoarse to make an extended speech but thanked his hearer of his welcome and renewed his promise to lead tho fight for deep waterways Its A Top Notch Door Great deeds compel regard The i world crowns 1U doors Thats why the Amerloan poople have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the king of Throat and lung remedies Every atom Is a health force It kills germs and colds and lagrlpp vanishes It heals coughraako 1 membranes and coughing stops Sore Inflamed bron ohlsl tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Goo Moore l Blackjack N C writes U cured mo of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors CiO tl Trial hot tie frco Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Storage hAttended by delegations from tho 11 Confederate camps of the city theI Daughters of tho Confederacy a large concourse of cItizens funeral services were held at St Pauls Episco pal church In Richmond Va over the ashes of Mrs Margaret Howell Jefferson Davis Hayes daughter of the Presi dent of the Southern Confederacy whoI died recently In Colorado Interment was In the Davis plot In Hollywood cemetery I Tho BodRook or Suoooss Lies In a keen ill o1r brain backed by Indomitable will anti resistless energy Such power comes from tho splendid health that Dr Rings Now Life Pills Impart They vitalize every organ and build up brain and body J A Harmon LUemorc W Va writes They aro tho best pills I ever used 25c ut Pennys Drug Store I To PRINTERS This office has for nleI a lot of display and body typo which been used very littlo n medium IzedI Imposing stone a lot of cases end sev eral cono pulleys Will go cheap if sold i at once INTERIOR JOURNAL officeI Stanford Ky Frightful Fato Averted III would have been a cripple for life from a terrible cut on my kneecaps writes Frank Dlsbury Kelllher Minn Mwltbout Bucklons Arnica t Salve which Boon cured mo Infal I lible for wounds cuts and bruises It soon cures burns scalds old sores Mils skin eruptions Worlds best for plies 25o at Funnys Drug Store t Sure an what tho divvll Is achafin dish asked Pat Whist man answered Nora Its a fryinpan thats got into societyI It Is the weak nerves that are cryI lug out for help Then help them dont drug tho stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wrong Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with Dr Shoops Restorative and see how fast good health will como to you again Test It and tea Sold by Pennys Drug Store HUSTONVILLE James Yowcll sold to J C Johnto t 05 cattle at from 4i to 535 Mayor Charles Wheeler is tho owner or a hnndsomo Popo automobile and I t is as good as it looks Tho Hustonvillo Produce Co bought 00 cases of eggs one day last week and poultry in proportion By next season our city will have it Tobacco Sales Warehouse with a capac it y sufficient to handle the crops of Lincoln Casey and Russell cuuntie Several nice blue grass farms small medium and large ore now on the bar counter to close out quickly W IIlain Co Harry Jacobs tho monument man was hers Tuesday and closed n contract with Dr Alcorn for a granite monument to go over tho grave of Mrs Hattie Bishop at Mlllersburg Arthur L Carpenter died on Oct Hat i his homo In East St Louis of typhoid pneumonia aged 34 and was buried here lie was born reared educated In this community and had many friends who mourn his untimely end F N Sims who has been quite nick for some time is able to sit up Wal lace and Dr LaFon Carpenter desire to return their thanks to their many friends In this community for kindness shown them in tho loss of their brother Arthur who was buried hero Inst week lions Harvey Helm and Charles A Hardln were guests at Hotel Weather ford Saturday night Tom Gooch the veteran turkey buyer lion tho road now buying a carload of the Thanksgiving fowls Frank Lusk of Pennsyl vania is at home for a short vacation and Is looking fine The Halloen party given by the Misses McCormack Saturday night was greatly enjoyed The Ghost Club composed of many young ladles andI presented a weird appearance marching on the streets and at 11 r M returned to the McCormack home where tho entertainment con eluded by an hours recital by sweet touches on tho piano of Miss Kate War riner and her enchanting voice A new town in tho West End Is rap Idly forging to tho front Its namo Is Geneva and Is named for the fivo months old daughter of Mr and Mrs J J Newell because she was born on the day tho first house was completed In tho village To day there are threo stores one sawmill two blacksmith shops and a number of residences It Is located 1J miles South of McKinney and on tho pike and railroad and overlooks the beautiful Green river valley Watch it grow Born to the wife of Henry Hudson a son Clarence Burton Hudson Mrs J D Richards of Danville is visiting her sister Mrs Henry Hudson Miss Julia Damron is visiting friends In Liberty this week J J Coflfman of Kldds Store has bought a homo and opened a blacksmith shop at Geneva Dr Lee F Huffman wife and daughter Miss Annie Cook Huffman of Lox ington attended the GibbsHoppcr wedding They were accompanied by Mrs George Chinn Miss Edna Keiser of Sailor Park 0 a close friend of tho bride attended the wedding Mrs 11111 Spalding of Louisville is visiting her father Dr Alcorn Mrs Gibbs of Pittaburg la attended tho Gibbs Hopper nuptials IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Marlon Bishop a wellknown citizen of Science lull dropped dead W F Jeffries hardware merchant died at Columbia He was 61 years of ageHenry McGown for killing Losier Dunbar in Russell county was given 21 yearsThe home of James W Hamilton agent of tho L N at Richmond burnedWilliam Sparks who killed J J Col lins in Madison and had a hung juryI was given ball in 5000 Dr Bolln bobght the R F Peters farm of 58 acres on the Columbia road tear Somerset for 1000 A dormitory for the nccomodation ofI young men will be built at the Barbour rlllo Institute at a cost of 18000 Charles L Bowlda former cashier of I ho First National Bank of Burnsides In tho toils for wrecking tho Bank of Grand County Colorado- W T Malono was acquitted at RIch- mond for killing J Kinney at Berea It was shown that Kinney was stealing 1 chickens at the home of Malone at tho ime he was shot Health Coffee Is tho cleverest I Imitation of real rodeo ever yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parched grains malt nuts etc Flue inI flavor Is made In just ono minute No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Tho programme of the visit of Presi dent Taft at Jackson Miss Includes a reception at tho Statehouse and a banquet at 25 a plate- I i NEWS NOTES M D Coffield a retired merchant o- BIrdsville Livingston county dropped dead at Smlthland A freight engine exploded on the Coal and Coke railway at Yankee Dam W Va killing five men Tho lumber yard of W J Hughes i Co Louisville was destroyed by fire causing a 100000 loss II F Grant driving an Alco car won the 278 milo automobile classic at Lonlt Island In four hours 25 minutes and 42 seconds W Q Adams until a few weeks age publisher of the Owensboro Inquirer died after a prolonged illness at his home In Owensboro The inability of the steamboats to keep up with the schedule in badly disarranging the plans made for President Tafta trip down the Father of Waters Following a street fight in which 25 shots were fired John Hamilton a farmer was shot from his horse while rid- ling through the main street off Brooks yule Attorney General Breathltt has authorized the bringing of legal proceed ings to prevent tho merger of thi Frankfort and Cincinnati and the Lou svllle and Nashville railroads A new record for longdistance tar Rot shooting was established at the State rlflo range at Frabkfort by Col McLean Moffat who mado 49 out of a possible 50 bullseyes at 1000 yards Judge Bethsharcs aged 79 years one of Paducah most prominent and wealthy citizens was fatally Injured when struck by an automobile driven- by C Smith owner of SmithXGreater ShowsArmed men made a raid on the Jack son Deposit Bank and forcibly removed the ballots printed for todays election Tho Sheriff followed the men but withdrew when confronted with weapons in order to prevent bloodshed John Eagle charged with a criminal assault upon Blanche Wise tho 11 yearold daughter of City Councilman Wise was taken before tho girl and her child companions at Washington Ind and identified as tho assailant Edwin Hawley who is forging to tho front in the railroad world is negotiat ing for a loan of 20000000 or more to bo spent on improvement for hisI roads He is planning to doublo track the main line of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad- Vital statistics for the first six months of the present year show an ex cess of deaths over births in Franco of 28205 In 1903 the excess of deaths was 10503 and this growing discrep ancy has raised again a cry of alarm for the future of tho French race Gamo Warden Scales and the police at Latonla took from an accommoda tion train 15 sacks fivo boxes and several barrels containing in all over 1000 rabbits They wero being shipped from various points In Kentucky to Cincinnati Violation of the game laws is al legedNino lives are known to have been lost In the fire that practically destroyed tho Citizens Savings Bank block at I St Johnsbury Vt Two persons were killed by falling from the upper win dows of the burning building while seven others were burled in the ruins Four injured were taken to the hospit al two of whom are not expected to survive their Injuries- E A Bryne tackle on tho West Point team was severely Injured during tho second half of the ArmyHar vard football game Saturday He was carried unconscious from tho field end not being revived at the end of 10 minutes tho officials called the game Tho young man is suffering from partial paralysis of respiration and little hOI e of recovery is entertained Jack Johnson and James J Jeffries for tho Negro Insisted that as cham pion his name should go first signed articles in New York binding them to- light 45 or more rounds to a finish not later than July 5 1910 before the club offering tho best financial inducement the winner to take a side bet of 10000 tad 75 per cent of tho purse and the loser to take 25 per cent Night riders attacked tho homes of George Kreitz and Ben Longnecker president of the First National Bank of Mnysvlllc In the western portion of Mason county Mr Kreitzs door was broken open with a crowbar and he was warned to pool his tobacco At Ur Longneckers house tho fire was re urned and tho riders were driven off It is reported that three were wounded Dr Frederick A Cook tho noted explorer gave a free lecture at Hamilton Mont Hamilton is the home of E N Barrill whoso recent affidavits refuted Dr Cooks claims of having reached the summit of Mount McKinley Dr Cook charged that money had been used to obtain tho affidavits and that he was willing to leave the verdict with tho people of Montana after he had submit tho proofs Ho also declared that he would to the of Mount hlslrecords l 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 allwool finely tailored perfect fitting The result would be that by having a chance to change often say once a week or 10 days both suits would wear much longer keep in better order and 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 veryfttritTmg cost hangers for them and generally save you money on them Come in and see about i- tSuits 20 to 3500 Overcoats 1650 to 3500 Other WellKnown Brands From 750 to 20004 This store is the homeof Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Cummins WearenSTANFORD KENTUCKY Notlci of Application for Pardon Miller Hroiuldus who was convicted of a felony In the circuit court of Lincoln county at the stay term of said court ICOV will auk tho governor for pardon and reitora tlon to cltlzonahlp object will notify the governor and state In writing any objection MILLBHUUOADUUB vdts 1U7 raceJri Kidaw pad J Wool Feather Tallow Beti wax Gliueng CnMcnSatYclowRoolMa7 Apple WM CIr etc VaN dealers ewltbed la 1856Oeer LIIcallWJ la Lairutaican do batter fcr you thin Itatt or ccm dean ncrdiuu Rcfucoc enrBMklnLouMk Write Icf wecllj price Put and itiipiug Un N9e Sabol Sons 229 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY HIBNORTHCOTT Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All Kinds of Country Produce Scrap Iron and Rubber 1 3LCl rw a rItrlliliii1ill 3i H B3 NORTHCOTT Stanford d i C The Interior Journal Eo c WALT- ONDemocratic Ticket For Circuit Judge M C 8AUFLEY of Lincoln For Commonwealths Attorney CHARLES A HARDIN ofjMercer For State Senator R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county For Representative W H SHANKS For County Judge JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clerk J D SWOPE For Sheriff w L MCCARTY For Count JlCourt Clerk GEORGE B COOPER For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Stanford District I M BRUCE For Magistrate Crab Orchard District R H BRONAUGH For Magistrate Ilnstonvllle District J K HELM SR For Magistrate Wayneiburg District JOHN IM CAMDEM For Constable Vaynetbnrg District JOHN G BAUGH THE unveiling of the monument to the late Governor I William Goebel in the State cemetery Frakkfort will take place on the tenth anniversary of his death Februaryl3 next This was decided upon at a meeting of the Goebel Monument Commission at Frankfort which was presided over by former United States Senator McCreary Jus tos Goebel was present but Arthur Goebel could not get there Judge Lewis McQuown was appointed chair man of the ceremonies to be carried out at the unveiling The General Assem bly will be in session at that time and an elaborate programme will be arrang ed Senator McCreary and ExGov Beckham will be among the speakers of the occasion The sum of 15500 was spent for the monument leaving a bal ance of 1234 in the fund which wil be kept on interest as a perpetual fund far the purpose of keeping the monu ment and lot in good shape CHARGES will be preferred before the Alabama Presbyterian Synod against the North Alabama Presbytery for de claring in favor of the proposed prohi bition amendment to the State Consti tution It is stated that the matter is prohibitedISynod declined to indorse the Statewide movement in that State on the ground of it being a political issue THE democratic nominees for county offices are men of character and stand ing who have been faithful to every trust reposed in them and are conse quently deserving of success at the polls today That the affairs of the county are safe in the hands of democrats is amply attested by the splendid admin istration of the official duties for years past Go to the polls and support the ticket from top to bottom IF these fallbefore your eyes before 4 oclock this Tuesday afternoon take this good bit of advice Go straight to your voting precinct and on retiring to the booth stamp in the circle under I the rooster This is all that is neces to vote for every democrat on the You might spoil your ballot by 1sary to scratch and too it is a most habit to get in voters 10000 in num tDEMOCRATIC in Courthouse Square in night and cheered and the entire Demo The demonstration was pronounced by experienced observers j to be the most memorable in Louisville in recent years POLITICAL For the purpose of expressing their confidence in Charles R Crane who was recently forced to resign as Min- I ater Designate to China prominent business and professional men of Chi cago have asked Mr Crane to be their guest at a banquet J Mr Hearst closed his campaign in New York Saturday night Grand op era singers entertained the audience until the speaker arrived at the meet SquareII publican committee estimates the vote for Bannard at 260000 Gaynors at r 190000 andliearat third with 140000 With President Taft declaring himI self squarely in favor of a bond issue for the development of the countrys inland waterways aud the Governors of 21 States voicing assurance of their hearty sympathy with the movement for such improvement the first day of tho Lakea to the Gulf Deep Waterways convention at New Orleans was charac terized by much enthusiasm President Taft was kept on the go in New Orleans and he retired to his train a tired man declining invitations to dinner The President visited the naval station Jackson Barracks and the French quarter and attended avo cal concert at Tulano University Hii train will leave before daylight for Jackson Miss where the day will be spentThe ballot dispute In New York was promptly acted upon by the courts Supreme Court Justice Gerard decided that the Independence League conven tion which placed William J Gaynor the Democratic nominee for Mayor in nomination as an Independent party candidate was not a valid convention and ordered the names of Mr Gaynor and of his associate nominees from the column CHURCH MATTERS Work has begun on a 7000 Baptist church at Horse Cave Eld Joseph Ballou will preach at Mt Xenia at 230 next Sunday after noonDuring the week of prayer just ended at Bessemer Ala the sum of SOO was realized for the benefit of the Sue Ben nett Memorial School of London this StateRev Dr Jero Witherspoon pastor of the Gracestreet Presbyterian church of Richmond Va and who stood high in thelcourta of the Southern Presbyterian church is dead More funds were raised during the past year by the Womens Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church than during any oth er time in the history of the organi zationW P Dearing president of the Baptist College at Oakland City Ind led a party of college students in a cornfield where they husked corn all day The money they made will be given to tho Young Mens Christian Association at Oakland City There will be no services at either the Christian Presbyterian or Baptist churches Sunday night next The congregations of these churches will worship with the Methodists in order to get better acquainted with Rev J J Dickey the new pastor MATRIMONIAL Mrs Mary L Stone a bride 13 years old is suing for divorce in Atlanta Miss Linnie daughter of J B San dusky and Mr Urdell of Harrodsburg were married at Lancaster Miss Martha Henderson and Mr J R Weddle were married at the Presbyterian parsonage at Paint Lick Wesley Blankenship aged 20 and Miss Nellie Carpenter 18 were married at Robert Whites on the 29th Miss Jennie Newell daughter of B G Newell and Henry Hail both of the Pisgab section of Pulaski were mar ried last week College education does not tend to encourago women to indulge in matri mony according to statistics which were presented to the Association of College Alumnae at Cincinnati by Mrs Emma Garret Boys of Atlanta presi dent of the Southern Association of College Women Do you really want to buy a gold brick If I kin git one reasonable explained Farmer Haw The summer boarders were disappointed because I didnt have one I dont want to make this mistake another year George Settle a knownattorney of Berea was sentenced to 10 years in tho penitentiary on the charge of hav ving intimate relations with a girl un der 16 preferred by Drucllla Moberly Settle ia married and widely known Judge J P Adams republican nom lace for circuit judge in the Breathltt district has called for troops to assist him in his race against Judge Redwine He seems to resorting to TaylorPow ers tactics 1 see a college professor claims that Chaucer will outlive Shakespeare Well of all the ignorance Both of them fellers have been dead for 300 years This here explorer charges as much for a lecture as Patti did for a And Patti had the proofs with herI She could go to the chromatic pole right before your eyes Whenyouclean a million bones They then become As the most captious critic owns A tidy sum Kipling says that a woman is only a woman but a good cigar is a smoke Well woman is traveling in the fight direction Havent you noticed her present panatella shape Fort SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Logan avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds Y NOTICE I We ask the our friends and neighbors for ourhome nursery stock It Is carefully selectoocleon1hrUty- and well grown Price are reasonable Ad dress JAMcKKK Kings Mountain Lincoln Co Ky FOR RENT I For 1010 my farm of 52 acres nt Crab Orch nrdfitolO acres of tine tobacco land bat ante for corn meadow and pasture For further Information call on J ward Moore Urab Orchard Kror address mo at lion dersonvtlle NU OIIAkltHINalBTON POSTED We whose names appear below strictly torblt bunUng fishing ur will kind of trey passing on our places nnd prosecute vi olators to the full extent of the law Miss Mattie Howes Uetchtmbach Bros Fred Itaumann A T Traylor Lllburn Oooch NII IMummer NunnelleyJJ K Ilruco David Stevens John Uamenlscb WmCordler Don Tray lor M D Klraore Jotllb Click Fred Handorf JThompion D M Anderson J F Moser Mr and Mrs Jnt H Beds A Klbasa Mrs N J Horton MnGtOlnganW DrOOFerryBUriah Albright A D Root Mrs Margaret Oooch Jacob Gander Ueo O Glvenl W H Traylr Ham Itobcrts John Jufer Amend Schaefer M1 Hofmann KT Ileazley A IL Matheny OwsleyMH THarris UO atklnl JUHundley It HOrow Mrs Nannlo It Good C K McClure Anderson Oarr Anton Itonecker VonQrucnlganT CarpenterWJdhn H Lee D Bovlers Christian Jacob Tout Ferrtll W W Pitmen Fred Iaylt Alex Cooper J Nevin Curler K II Dunham sirs W G Welch H U Anderson W D Gooch Gus Gelsil T A Ri- ceHENRY WATTERSONSPAPER Weekly Courier Journal AN- DThe Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 Few people In tbe UnIted States have not heard of tbe CourierJournal Democratic In all things fair In all things clean in all things It Is essentially a family paper By special arrangement we are enabled to of far the WEEKLY COUBIEBOURNAL one year and this paper for the price named above Bend your subscription for tbe com bination to uscot tc the ConrlerJonr BringYour Printing t To The CI INTERIOR JOURNAL fi Office j Best Work Lowest Prices s y I J BELDEN For Home nnd Carriage Painting and Trim luggShopoppositedepotnaad Locksmith J J BCLDE Stanford Ky FOR RENTI For rent for 1910 with privilege of sewing SO acres In wheat this planting born and tobacco next Spring Will rent for part of crop W MMUUFHT 1VayneaburgKy HOME FOR SALE I One story cottage of eight rooms and nil necessary outbuildings Lot contains ono ncre divided Into cow lot un whIch 1uoolII darn buggy house corn crib etc uoo garden spot This II n desirable place beat ed on corner ot Vbltleynml Miller itrwtl A IL HOLTZOLAW Stanford Ky FOR SALE I Will sell n Clothing shoe nnd Gents Fur fishing Store located In the best town In Doyle county A great opportunity for the right man Stock will Invoice about IMU Address M J care InterIor Journal Stanford FOR SALE I Having decided to locate elsewhere I will sell privately my farm at of Jacres more or less Improvements good storehouse on place good ard well watered JH IISIOIIT Wnynesburg Ky Creditors Notice I All creditors of the Huntington Traduce t Feed 001uf Huiitlngtort W Va are hereby to present their claIms against said concern proven as provided by law to the undersigned withintheir otnce In liurnilUe Ky 30 days from the date hereof LOVETT fi KVAN8 Asilgneeei Dated at Uurnslde Ky Hept OOllAA1 NOTICE The Farmers Drng Co of Lawrtnceburg hat placed Eureka TonIc on sale at L Han den Crab Orchard and J D Horton Stanford This tonic 1s to be taken In a halt wine to a wine glass full three times a day Ills prescribed by the best physicians In the State to cure stomach liTer and kidney troubles Will bo sold on the streets hero next county court day Oct 11 by their salesman Dr nJ Cassidy MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge No 00 FA AM will meet instated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at 7au o clock In their hall on main streeet Htan ford KT Members of sitter lodges are Ira vrnally Invited to be present T W Pen ilngton See 8eD CARTER Now Llvorv Dopot Strootf Phono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING Jam prepared todo all kind of surveyin and civil engineering promptly My work wllll guaranteed and my prices are rca onable Write me at call me over the telephone through the Hnstonrllle Exchange WALfEIl MCKINNEY Fruit And Ornamental Trees I- Everrthing for Orchard Lawn and tlar den Catalogue on Application No Agents Ii F HILLENMEYER SON- SLexington Ky FINE FARM IN GARnARD COUN TY FOR SALE I A tine blue grass farm for sale situated on near Point Leovell and six miles southof Lancaster containing 110 acres well located In Itood rood telni part of the John alkertract wlthn hand some newtwo seven room residence thereon with all necolloryoutbulldlngannd new barn 40x00 well watered six lever failing springs and creek running throughTxaasA cash In hand balance ono and two years from day of tale bearing six percent Interest until paid Persons looking for place Ie write or see W O WASXCR munford NOTICE Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In surance Agency Get your policies written right in a good com pany by W J CAMPBELLHustonville Ky Weak Worsen To weak lad stung women there Sa sttesst one way to help But with that war two tratmeda must be comidnd One U loan1 ns II COIIItltu- ol10naL buS both are Important both Mtsn tJaL- Drlnloop NlIh Quell the lDr Bhoops Restorative the Constitutional ThsformezDr ShoopsNlghtCreiak pial aacous iqraabtant suppository v Dr SIHI pI1tlllUlrative II Internal Vest m 3t- entire IM naWrtUve reaches throughout the system seeking the repair ol all curve alimen- teTheNightfareultenamefm911sE Ita work whUo you slesp It soothe son Indus lid mucous surface heals local wealmeM and Ucharve while the Restorative eases nervous excitement gives renewed vigor and ambl on builds up wasted tlstoes brUnlnj about nmswei strength vigorLiqufdmet generaltonic to the srhtste For positive local blip III uwall Dr Shoops Night Curea PENNYS DRUG STORE W1e7OVERCOATS I + MMf+++ These crisp mornings remind us that wo neClmora lathes For medium coM weather for n general UfO coat nothing is as good lu a RAIN or aHA Vl NETfl COAT warm dry light and always neat and dressy Ab can show you n fine bunch of them In variou colors at 810 81ft 820IInll 825 The HEAVIER WARMER COATS wo show Sn some VFRY SWELL colors and styles at 815 and 820 Our LITTLE FELLOWS Goats run in all prices anti colors irotn 85 to 810 We are always glad to have you come in and tee what wo have H J McROBERTSSTA- NFORD I KENTUCKY C L t mG L Penny R H Coffey E R Coleman noll I Qj The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and tjStrength It is Especially Useful For Coughs and Colds mSoldunder a Guaran tee at PENNYS DRUG TORE1 t- mBB c1l3tanford Kentucky IfIdIIaIJEJf1llcilllal r1 r r it ANYONE Can mix Coffee but proper blending nodroast I ing requires years of experience Many years of thought and study have made CHASE SAN liORNS Seal Brand Coffee what it is today the most delicious of nil blends W II Higgins is tho only pluco in town where you can get it WIH HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky ii I S EverJ Contest cr I f ar Whether it bfl Lute War Politics or Husincss preparation is half 6f the battle In your fight to keep warm these chilly days U8otbefore you buy Shoes Underwear Cloaks Suits Blankets c Dont let another cold snap catch you unprepared j I w Sri = SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY The Interior Journal STAMFORD KY Nov 2 1000 V SOME great bargains in box paper aro being closed out to make room for now at IennyB Drug Store- PERSONALS Mns R M NeWLAND is ill MR A T NUNNELLKY spent several days In Louisville MR ABHBY M WARREN was up from Louisville Sunday Miss PAUUNB HOCKEII Is visiting ret atlvcs In Lancaster MR COLEY ANDERSON of Pulaskl t paid this office a call yesterday JAMES F CUMMINS spent Sunday and yesterday In Lexington on business CHARLIE SAMUELS h up from Somer- setj to work on the new courthouse t CABDELL WOODS spent several days in Lexington with relatives last week 04MRS MATTIE NEVIUS la visiting her daughter Mrs J IL Buck at Gilberts i CrockWALTER PERKINS of Garrard spent Sunday with hIs sister Mrs J C Eu bank Miss SUSIE THOMPSON of Mt Ver non is with her sister Mrs L R Hughes MIBBES KATIE CABS and Elizabeth Tharpe of Brodhead were guests of Mrs L B Hilton MRS BEDELL CIIANCLLOR is the guest of her daughter Mrs M E Pruitt at Burnsldc MESDAMES T P HILL and Julia P Chase leave to day to visit their sisters at McKinney Texas Miss EDN CAMNITZ of Hustonvllle Is the guest of her sister Mrs Walte- rVanarsdallAdvocate i MR W II HIOGINS spent several days In Cincinnati and attended tho great Vehicle Association Tills office had a substantial call Saturday from Messrs Wilson and Ell Eaton of the Eubanks section MR R G DENNY of Manhattan Nevada Is with his relative Mr W P f Givens In the Shelby City section MR SAMUEL WEAVER and wife of Brpnaton have been guests of the fam tiles of Messrs J D and Sam Eada iu MR E T PENCB JR attended the r convention of the TriSUto Vechlclo and Implement Dealers Association In Cincinnati MRS J W ACTON of Kingsvlllo came over Friday after her bright little son Hulcee who is attending school here MRS W A BSAZLEY and Miss LizzU Bcaiicv of Los Angeles Calif were on Fridays train en routo to Lancastoi r to visit relatives MR W B Moss was over from Lan caster Friday to bring to the train his daughter Mrs Bailey who lives at Pennlngton Gap Va Miss CATHERINE HARRIS who is with her grandparent at Lancaster and at tending school there spent a few days with her father Mr J R Harris DR M M PHILLIPS of Stanford and BoansICollier of Crab Orchard p were made Rpyal Arch Masons here Monday nllhtMt Vernon Signal t MR J C GOODE of the Farmers National Bank has gone to Pine Knot to work as cashier of the Pine Knot Bank fora while Somerset Journal a P A GOOD picture of Master James Helm Engleman handaomo little son of Mr and Mrs John F Engleman ap peared in the Louisville Times some days ago JMR J L IHEAD and daughters Misses Lucy and May Head of Pulaski are with Mrs J H Bustle Mr George A Waddle and wife also ofthatcountyI have been guestsat the Bustle home MESSRS CHARLES PFEIFFER and George G Minor president and vice president of tho Fischer Leaf Stove Co of Louisville spent Sunday with thp family of Mr and Mrs W J Ya gerC W JOHNSON wife and son of Fleming county and G W Ellington and wife of Nicholas couny passed through Saturday to visit their sister Mrs W A Deal and fox hunt on tho Cook farm Miss ANNE BRONAUGH our popular 14 stenographer visited homefolks in Sunday She was nc- hsompanied byLettie and Virginia the LondonDemocrat Pugh LOCALS r OLD papers for sale This office EVERYTHING good to cat at Whites store 0 I EVERYTHING for hunters at Whites store o GENUINE Big Sandy Sorghum at W H Higglns DIG line of hats caps and gloves at Whites store FOR nice holiday presents go to Muel lers jewelry store NEW colors In mens and boys hats Cummins Wearen FOR thatare beautiful and lasting go to W H Mueller CHRYSANTHEMUMS at COc pet dozen with vines Ed Uubbard Stanford IF you are lookingforfresh oysters and celery go to J D Hortons restau- rAnt FOR RENT Two or four rooms hi my home on Logan Avenue Mrs Bun Withers o I WILL be In my office every day in the week from 9 A M to 330 p M in tho future A S Price dentist IT will pay you to take a look at our heavy footwear before buying your winter shoes Cummins Wearen ALL desiring totake china painting will please call on me at my home at once Mrs Catherine McClary No 22 tho Louisville passenger train which passes here at 627 P M now makes regular stops at Junction City TUB Ladies Society the Chris tine church will meet in the lecture room of the church at 230 Saturday afternoon HAVE a new line of Fall and Winter millinery Call and see our new pat terns In the latest styles Mrs C M Young Highland Ky TUB republicans had a greattOpow wow at Ottcnhclm Sunday and old John Barleycorn Is said to have been very much in evidence TALK with me before buying a type writer and see sample at my home T A Brackett local agent for Standard Typewriter Exchange New York TilE barn oIJoe Embrys home on Danvillo street caught tire Saturday but the flames were extin guished before any damage to speak of was done HARRY D MAformerly of Crab Orchard is a candidate for police Judge of Livingston Judge Magee would sound good to the young mans many Lincoln county friends IN the event tho Citizens Reform Ticket Is elected wont Dr Clifton Fowler take pride in getting Stanfords streets in good condition There Isnt a better road or street man in this sec ton TUB foot ball ofthe Stanford High School went to Somerset Satur day and defeated tho high school eleven there by a score of 15 to 0 Are turn game will be played hero in a short while BEAR In mind that to vote the straight democratic ticket it is only necessary to stamp in the CIRCLE not square under tho rooster If you voto in the first square only your vote will be recorded for Judge M C Saufley alone Be kcerful 0 0 TUB Halloween Pie Social given at Waltons Opera House by the Christian Endeavor Society of the Christian church was a very unique and enjoyable affair A snug sum was realized and everybody had a good time Some of the pies sold as high as 55c CALEB POWERS three times convict ed of conspiracy in the murder of Gov William Goebel was hero yesterday en route to Liberty whero ho spoke yesterday afternoon Our republicans to their credit be it said paid little or no attention to tho king beo of the gang that brought about the death of Mr Goebel TilE Nunnelley stock pens have been completed andfaro ready for the cattlo sales hero Monday next county court day Accommodations for 1500 cattle and 60 horses Abundant feed and shelter for all Bring your cattle to Stanford thelbest market in this1 sec tion Mr Mack Bruce will see that both they and you are well cared for I NEW line of clothing and overcaat at Whites store NEXT month Is Xmas see the line of W H Mueller the jeweler DONT forget the Farmers meeting at Kings Mountain Wednesday and Thursday Nov 3 and 4 Tile members of the C W B M are requested to meet In tho lecture room of tho Christian church as 230 Wednesday afternoon TUB sale of the amphitheatre and other fair property was postponed un til 130 Monday afternoon next county court day See tOadtI 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 FOR SALE Thoroughbred Bronze Turkeys Pekin Drakes and White Wy andotte Cockerels Mrs James N Cash Turncrsvillo Phone No 9921 o SnooT the fellow who talks politics after today and tomorrow Lots get down to business and turn our attention to things of more importance than the political game FARM FOR SALE I acre farm on Dix river four miles North of Stanford and near Hubble Improvements fairly good and splendid new barn J F Rigney Son Stanford THE Lincoln County Fair Association will sell to the highest bidder on next Monday county court day at 130 rM their amphitheatre and all buildings fence etc Same will be sold separate IV and then as a whole Tile young peoplethe Mis alone Society will have a pie supper at Walnut Flat schoolhouse oh Friday evening next at 7 oclock The proceeds will go toward buying an organ for Hebron church Go and help the laudable cause NEWS comes from Waynesburg that Cincinnati parties had the 10yearold daughter of a Mr Hundley of that section kidnaped Sunday and Deputy Sheriff Clark Jordan is in Cincinnati searching for the young girl as well as the offenders SOME 250 people heard Hons Robert Harding C A Harding and Harvey Helm make telling democratic speeches at Waltons Opera House Saturday afternoon Each of tho gentlemen gave good advice and urged the democrats of Lincoln county to support each and every standard bearer Judge M C Saufley Introduced the speakers in a handsome way CIRCUIT COURTThe November term of circuit court opened yesterday with Judge W C Bell presiding Judge Bell delivered a strong and impressive charge to the grand jury The follow ing grand jury was impaneled J C Lynn W P Givens M C Thompson W P Carson Sam Bishop Andy Gooch P C Sandidge Warren Hocker R C Mocker 0 J Newland Walter Pettus and B U Goode Tho follow ing gentlemen will servo as petit jurors B W Gaines Henry Leach J A Dudderar J M Hubble Frank Cor dler J II Pepples E T Pence H B Floyd H P Hawkins Geo Leach I M Bruce Walter Hiatt J F Rigney John Butt J M Pettus Sam McKit trick A R Nunnelley II C Walter E L King A C Carman W P Grimes S J Bell J N Carter and Ike Tuttle NEAR Junction CItyfew ago Capt C D Ashby ono of the cleverest passenger conductors on the L N was stabbed twice in the back by a man named Underwood who left tho train and later was arrested and placed in the Danville jail Tho man had got ten on at London and paid cash fare to Junction City The conductor called on him for moro money if ho went further when Underwood declared he had paid his fare to Louisville This Capt Ashby know was false and he demand ed the faro and threatened to put him off if it wasnotf paid Underwood re fused to comply and when Capt Ashby turned to pull the bell cord tho follow stabbed him as above stated Tho knife did not penetrate the cavity and unless complications set up tho wound ed man will soon be out again Capt Ashbye friends hero and elsewhere along the line regret his misfortune in sustaining the injury DavenportCummins MR W K WARNER hascontracted to furnish the bath room in C W Adams new home at Hustonvllle THE ladies of tho Presbyterian church will hold their annual bazaar on Satur day Dec 11 Further notice later MR W P HAWKINS will have a big sale of Shorthorn cattle at his home Glenburnlc on tho Danville pike on Tuesday Nov 23 This magnificent herd of Shorthorns has won 74 ribbons at Kentucky Virginia and Maryland fairs this year 32 of which were blue and 28 red All of the calves that will bo sold are by the wellknown herd bullAnoka Marshall JUDGE SAUFLEY tho nominee for Circuit Judge held this office for the 11 years next preceding the present term just now closing Deeply learned in the law and fully mindful of the dignity and importance of his high office Judge Saufley administered the duties of his office throughout the whole of the time without fear or favor but with the full consciousness of the rights of litigants and of the obligations of his oath Harrodsburg Herald- PENDLETONGeorge Pendleton son bf the late A P Pendleton died at his home on Whitley Avenue yesterday morning about 930 oclock of Brights disease aged 38 years His first wife who was Miss Jennie Withers preced ed him to the grave several years ago his second marriage being to Miss Luns ford who survives him with four small children to mourn his loss The funeral will occur at the house today at 2 o clock Services by Rev D M Walker and burial in Buffalo cemetery Mr Pendleton was a hardworking young man and his many friends will regret to hear of his death He had been ill only a short time WRECKA fearful headon collision occurred on the Q C three miles South of McKinney Sunday morning causing the instant death of Engineer Roscoe C Leach and the serious wound ing of a brakeman whose name we did not learn A mistake in train orders caused the wreck which will prove a costly one as two engines and 15 cars were badly torn up Engineer Leach who was killed was a son of Mr Craig Leach and he met his death within a mile or so of his home He was a fine young man and his untimely death has caused much sorrow It was hours be fore his body could be found as many cars of coal were piled upon him A number of our people went to the scene and at ono time Sunday afternoon fully 500 people were on the ground Penny guarantees Ilyomel to cure catarrh sore throat coughs and colds or money back Just breathe It Out fit Including inhaler FOR SALE 1 Cover Hotel nt Urnb Orchard nlio store room just across street with poet olllee ad joining nnd n cottage or olllco of three rooms All necessary outbuilding MIIHOUKT1BOOVKR Ornb Orchard Ky Home For Sale I desire to sell privately my residence In Crab orchard House or eight rooms and nu nero of land Abundant outbuildings and nil In good repair Located In local op tion town where a good graded school runs nine months Abundant water of the twit variety One third cash and balance In one and two years at 0 per cent DIt W M DOORKH Crab Orchard Ky FARM FOR SALE OR RENT Contains 140 acres best tobacco land In the county IX tulles from McKluney Will sell or rent lias two dwellings one of four room and the other of two rooms Two orchards of nearly ClIO trees Tobacco barn that will hold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest farm In Kentucky at price O K BltWVNER McKinney K- yPUBLIC SALE O- FShorthorn Cattle 1 At GLFNBURNILon TUES DAY NOV 23 1009 Convoy antes both at Stanford and Danville Tree of Charge for parties coming from distance Lunch served at 12 Iclock Sale begins at 1 r M HP HAWKINS Stanford Kyl R R No 2 3 lit I L R Hughes T W Humble W O 1ILADIES SUITS ETC Wo have just received n lino of Ladies and Misses Suits and Cloaks also Childrens Coats Ladies Suits from 750 to 820 Misses and Ladies Coats from 8350 to 81350 Childrens Coats from 8175 to 8350 We invite your inspection Dont forget that we represent two of the best tailoring cone cerns in the country for men and guarantee fit qualityand priceI I HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY DOlt Scold The Cook r She has done tho best she could Try a change If your clothes didnt wear welltry ours If they didnt fittryours If they looked cheaptryus We cll suits at 810 up More at 815 Lots and 10 sat 81850 and 820 And to tho same men every season Ybuuii derstand why W E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent Counties y We have secured the skating rink building for a EalesroonyJDr eaf tobac co in the hand and will be ready to begin sales as sOQn as tobacco is suffi cicntly cured for market and will be able to offer you as good market as you will find elsewhere at a reasonable cost We have assurance that buyers representing the largest manufacturers and dealers in tho U Swill be repre seated in Danville thus insuring the highest market price to the grower Call and see us before disposing of your tobacco Tile Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse GEO COGAR 4L CO Proprietors Danville Ky M G MURPHY J W ACTON After spending last week on the city market Ware now receiving our pew goods and are ready to show you the brightest update general line ofmerchandise over offered in this section and at very modest prices On Saturdaynight Oct 30 our books will close and on November let qur terms will be cash to ono and all So those wanting to buy merchandise instead of time will find it to their interest to call and see us The following are a few of our reduced prices Any childs shoe 10 to 15o off the regular price any misses shoo 15 to 20o ofi the regular price any boys shoo 15 to 25c off any ladies shoo 15 to 35c off any mens shoe 20 to 45c off all mens pants 25c 81 off regular price mens heavy 81 overalls 04c 50o overalls 47c mens 81 bats 75c 82 hats 8150 and so on More next time So come and seo us as we can show you better than wo can tell y- ouMURPHY a ACTONThe Cash Bargain Store Kings Mountain Kye ra uuIuIrThe Interior JournalA- tfered in M FoilOffice cU Stanlord as- wnndctou matter L at N TIME TABLE No rt Houthl1l PM No = Soutb11t A X No r1Northi4O A M NonNorthlin r X No rtIO17 A xr- NoYBYIOP x JOS S RICE Agont t A S PRICESurgeon Dontlst TANFORDKENTUCKYOnce the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I The farm of 140 acres of good blue gross tend lying one mile North of MoKlnnuyon the Stanford pike Improvements nnd fencing good of water frull Also Its acres of timbered land one mile last of MeKlnney half under fence plenty of water and good tobacco land Bee grow UK crop JA OIVI NR Agent McKluaey Ky Fall and Winter Stock Bare your measure taken by a tailor of ex- pel1enceTben your clothes whethera low price suit or the nnest evening clothes will have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your meas ure for extra trousers fancy vests coats and overcoats Fall and Winter samples on hand reedy for your Inspection H O KOPLK The Tailor Stanford CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE J can furnish the public with the best at well ns the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OJIRSTIAN OmaN HOUSES EnllciinARD PROS r Stanford Ky t Insures Tobacco and Tobacco Barn- sNothingButilnsuranco Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 3d Office 93 Insure with me and be fully prote- ctedCONCRETING t We are in osltlontodoallkinds of con Crating suoh as mock Work Pavements and In fact we can make any thing from r louse down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee llrMclass pricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS StanfordI Ky INSURANCER Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis count JLBeazleyCo n Undeititcero and Embalm- en Also Dealers in Fur niture Mat ing Rug They will exchange Furniture for fell Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY JC McClary I Undertaker Embalmer and lllealer In1tarness fiaddlory- TANFORD KY e FARMERS DEPARTMENT Old country hams are selling at 25c atVersaillesForty of corn shucked at the shock sold at W D Moores sale at 235Advocate Eighteen hens that were fed milk last winter laid more eggs than 100 fed on cut bone and meat George Kreitz of Mason county whose home was visited by night riders has signed his tobacco in the poo- lJ L Johnson of Woodford county sold 4000 pounds of White Burley at Lexington at an average of 1643 FOUNDA black hog weighing about 175 pounds Owner can get same by paying for this notice and her keep C C Gerkey Stanford Willard and Stanley Vanarsdall sold their farm of 154 acres three miles northwest of Harrodsburg to G A Curry for 16750Herald John D Rockefeller the Standard Oil magnate has announced aglft of 1 000000 to be used in fighting the hook worm disease which is prevalent throughout the South A commission of leading scientists and educators has been named to handle the fund In spite of the declaration that the production of foodstuffs is not keep ing pace with the growth of population the Department of Agriculture has is sued n statement showing that the United States is more than holding Its own in the task of feeding its people- A big crowd attended Hon B B Kings sale at Moreland and satisfac tory prices ruled throughout Mr King treated the crowd as his guests and gave them a fine dinner Brood mares sold at 35 to 130 jennets 40 to 250 jacks 75 to 545 Mules by pairs 230 to 350 one yearling mule 81 horses 102 to 170 Corn in field brought 275 Much of the corn and hay was not sold on account of lack of time All of the stock sold except one large fine jennet jack which fa for sale privately MY FAITH LOOKS UP TO THE My faith looks up to Thee Thou Lamb of Calvary Savior divine Now hear me while Ipray Take all my guilt away O let me from this day be wholly Thine May thy rich grace impart Strength to my fainting heart My zeal inspire Ai Thou hut died for m- ea may my love to Thee Pure warm and changeless be A living fire While lifes Auk maze I tread And grieft around me spread Be Thou my guide Bid darkness turn to day Wipe sorrows tears away Nor let me ever stray From Thee aside When ends lifes transient dream When deaths cold sullen stream Shall oer me roll Blest Savior then in love Fear and distrust remove O bear me safe above A ransomed soul T 1 Money Comes in Bunches- To A A Chisolm 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 de blllty he writes I couldnt sleep hall no appetite nor ambition grew 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 I can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine Infallible for stomach liver kidneys blood and nerves GOo at Pennys Drug Store Two bombs were exploded in the downtown section of Chicago The explosions took place in buildings in which it is said gambling clubs are being operated The explosions caused panics in hotels and theaters but no one was injured A tickling ordry cough can bo quick ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Suit has been filed in the Franklin Circuit Court to prevent the sale of the Frankfort and Cincinnati railroad to the L N The citizens of Frankfort are up in arms over the proposed merger The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Proventtcs will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrippe Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Stor- eSmartDo you think holl make a good diplomat WiseFine Hes been living with his wife and her mother for 10 years Pains of women bead pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoopa Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 26o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store a HodgeWhat does that man next door mean by yelling all tho time DodgeThats his business bo In vents college yells and is getting ready for the coming football season AMERICA My country I tar of thee Sweet land of liberty Of thee I siagi Landwhere my fathers died Land of the pilgrims pride From evry mountain side Let freedom ring I My native country thee Land of the noble free Thy name I love I love thy rocks and rills Thy woods and templed hills My heart with rapture thrills Like that above Let music swell the breeze And ring from all the trees Sweet freedomssong Let mortal tongues awake Let all that breathe partake Let rocks their silence break The sound prolong Our fathers God I to Thee Author of liberty To The we sing Long may our land be bright With freedoms holy light Protect us by Thy might Great Cod lour Kingl Students at the Southern educational institutions are suffering from ptomaine poisoning due to eating impure meats Boneless ham said to have been dis tributed from Atlanta is alleged to havo caused illness among the student bodies to such an extent as to cause the impairment of the institutions More than 40 cadets at the Georgia Military Academy are confined In Atlanta hos pitals At Frankfort Mack Hildreth who was shot near his home died at the hospital FOR SALE Stock Dry Goods Notions Groceries Hardware Tinware Ao about 110 Do- Ing fair business Liberal terms Q B HAHIIIH Crab Orchard Ky PUBLIC SALE I At my farm one mile North of Turners vllle 1 will on WEDNESDAY NOV II lp9 olTer for sale the following described prop ertyt One pair work mutes t dsnare t cows and calves 10 of yearling cat tie CO good ewes ftl fat hogs lot 01 tows nni of corn and fnrrnlniImplements If not rented privately be tore that time 1 will on that day rent lilY farm for the year 1910 Term made known on day of sale Sale to begin at oclock J K Cover J P Chandler Au- ctHarry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer ot Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Potts Cemetery end Lawn Vases and Hettee Office and works Mo Kinney Ky Dinwiddie Con Hustonville Ky Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an Uptodate line of goods I S Rocker President S T Harris John J Cashier H C Baughman Asst Casbr W WSaunders l Stock ofiMerchandise for Sale I desire to sell privately my stock of Gro cedes and n good bust nest Will invoice about YG00 Itoasou 111 health GKO D IIo1 PElt Stanford Ky Willis Morgan Veterinary surgeon A Dentist Stanford Kentucky Phone No 04 Calls answered promptly dey I or horn night Located at It D Carters Livery G B FRUITT Moroland Kentucky New Fall fine Millinery now iu Also Iscw Furniture cording in al most dailyG PUUITT Moreland Ky REWARD Raving suffered considerable annoyance rat8InUbesmy gates on the county road that run through my farm I have concluded to otter n reward fur Information leading to the conviction of such person or pontons I will therefore give the sum of tO fur Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gitlvsor that have sawed down or torn down any of my gates on tho county road which runs from the Hustonvlllo turnpike to the MlllodgevUle turnpike through my farmond I give the ame amount for Information leading to the arrest und conviction of any party or parties who In the future commit any of the above otTeuses Witness my hand this 10th day of August iww TJIiILLNlt SHERIFFS SALE My virtue of n Judgment of the Lincoln Quarterly Court In favor of Sinn G Uastel lo against J H IKsiley Ioroneof mydfp uthl will onMonttay tho Nth day of No elllberIIOJ1bdte8 the hours of 1 oclock P x at the courthouse door In Htanlord county of expose to public sole to the highest blddvr- thefollowlogproperly orsonsuels tberro as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the Interest and cots towlt Ono HjrenroM bay colt nametl Hilly I Syearoldsorrelcoltnnmed John Mmes 1 s year old bay nam ed Llvlton 1 bay Illly I years old and 15 bands high t weanling colts This proiwrty will bo sold subject to a tow ex isting ou same in favor of A T Nunnelloy and of record In clerks office of Lincoln county court III mortgage book M page 610 TKRMS Halo will bo made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of a percent pur annum front IIllrof 811lefnnllhaving the force and effect this ivth day ofOctobor 1909 TJ I I ILL H LO FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 20000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Modern Safety DepositlBoxcs for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS VicePresident McRoberts Bookkeeper Dr riHlnltrfsdebt Service DIRECTORLi F Reid J H Baugbman M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Banghman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Roblnstta W B OBannon J S Hooker 0 E Tate I RURAL TELEPHONES I MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a city residence and place in n to get tho latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small comparedwith the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or writo Direct to headquarters Nl1IIbville Tenn for information regarding our mere Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we I can immediately interest you Our lines cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO txnoaroaAZttn J M x 1r j a 0 L 8 11a5 2tr t4 W l t 0 IoIIo r tj tIct t4 t Z r1 GSrng Ch Cden W a en UPH AI r y J mo dn II en ft i 2 IIet C4 0iAtJOJ 0trJ Ir n u We nro now rend to show you one ol the hut lines of Mnd Youths and Children Clothes ever thotvn the people far the lowest prices Also a new and uptodate line of Overcoats and Gruvnnettoi from 760 to 820 Good values Come in anti lot us show you Am sure you will he plowed willi this line l SAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY 4- i the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky ti Capital 5000000 Surplus 4000000 Resources 34000000k S H SHANKS PRESIDENT WM BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTCN VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST CASH H C CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER CLERK- DIRCOTORSi J B Owaley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter StanfordrJohn B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin TraylorGilbertsII Cummins Prcnchcraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Stoves and Ranges I i 41 Just received a large and well se lected stock of each See our new Range before you buy I GEORGE Ha FARRIS 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