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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 2, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909110201_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 2, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . $"- jfp tfffmyy "'5QF"',', P TT " 7H The Interior Journal. f OL. XXXVII. This nnd That. Judge W. C. Hell decided that J. M. Harmon's nnmo should ro on thb ballot as the republican candidate for Jailer of Hoyle. Six persona wro killed and 12 were Injured by the derailment of an electric train which o being tested for speed in France. Two men wero killed and another was probably fatally Injured by a passenger train striklrs n nutntnobilo at Lynnbrook, I. I Col. Theodom A. Dodge, the. military historian, of Nf w York and Paris, died nt Versailles, I'rsneo. He was lorn at lMttsfield, Mats . In 1812. At n ireetlnc of tho stookholders of the Firrt National Hank of llurnlde, It was cVculul to tr ipcn Unit institution again in h short time. I)r. It I.. C. White, for z years f.rnd kroner of records and seal of the 65 STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, HUSTONVILLE. James Yowcll sold to J. C. Johnron NEWS NOTES. retired merchant of Hirdsville, Livingston county, dropped dead nt Smithland. A freight engine exploded on the Coal and Coke railway at Yankee Dam, W. Va., killing fivo men. Tho lumber yard of W. J. Hughes & Co., Louisville, was destroyed by fire causing a $100,000 loss. II. F. Grant, driving an Alco car, won M. D. Cofileld, a 278-mil- o NOVEMBER 2, 1909. NO. .) 71. ! 1, .' J. rattle at from 4) to 5.35. Mayor Charles Wheeler is tho owner nf a hand'omn Popo automobile, and it is as good as it looks. Tho Hustonvillo Produce Co. bought and DO cases of eggs ono dsy last week poultry In proportion. Hy next season our city will havo u Tobacco Sales Warehouse with a capac- automobile classic at Long li y sulUcient to handlo the crops of Lin- - thu Island In four hours, 2i minutes and 12 coin, Casey nnd Russell counties Several nice blue grass farms, small, seconds. W. Q. Adami, until n few weeks ago medium and large, are now on tho bnr- ' ualn counter to close out quickly. W. publisher of the Owensbnro Inquirer, jit Williams & Co. died after a prolonged illness at his Harry Jacobs, tho monument man, home in OwenBboro The inability of the Btcamboats to and closed n conv as hert Tuesday tract with Dr. Alcorn for a grinltu keep up with the schedule is badly dismonument to go over tho grave of Mrs. arranging tho plans mada for President Tnft's trip down the Father of Waters. liatlio Hishopat Millcrsburg. Following a street fight In which 23 Arthur L. Carpenter died on Oct. 1G r.n.t 1vW. Knlsilta of I'ythlaa, of at his homo In East St. Louis of ty- shots were fired, John Hamilton, a far phoid pneumonia, aged 31, and was mer, was shot from his horse whilo rid Tennessee, died In Nashville. ukn QtmviirL Kennedy, lawyer, finan buried here. He was born, reared and Ing through the main street ofiBrookS' had ville. cicr and phllsntbroplst, died in New educated in this community and untimely Attorney General Hrpathitt has aa York of whooping coURti. no was wiwi-i- n many friends who mourn his thorized tho bringing of legal proceed' end. two months of hla 80th brithday. F. N. Sims, who has been qulto alck ings to prevent tho merger of tho William J. Engle, of Uuttc, Neb, from the pile for some time, is able to sit up. Wal- Frankfort and Cincinnati and the Lou was tho Arat name drawn desire and Nashville railroads. of envelopes In tho United States land lace and Dr. LaFon Carpenter many isville tarA new record for land In the Cheyenne and to return their thanks to their drawing for friends in this community for kindness get shooting was established at tho Standing Hock Indian reservations. lives wero lost In tho shown them in the loss of their brother, Stato rifle range at Frankfort by Col. Thirty-fou- r 41) out of a Donaldson Lino steamer Arthur, who was burtod hero last week. McLean Moffat, who mado wreck of tho lions. Harvey Helm and Charles A. possible 60 bullscyes at 1,000 yards. on thi Old Hcstla, which went ashore Weather-for- d Judgo Hethshares, aged 79 years, one Proprietor ledge off Seal Cove, Grand Hardin were guests at Hotel Saturday night. Tom Gooch, tho of Paducah's most prominent and Island, off the coast of Maine Mansn citizens, was fatally injured Four of those lost were boys. Only six etcran turkey buyer, is on the road wealthy of the Thanks when struck by an automobile driven now buying a persons wero aved. Pennsyl by C. Smith, owner of Smith'aGrcater The E. 0. Esbelby Tobacco Co., of giving fowls. Frank Lusk, of Cincinnati, brought suit in the United vania, is at home for a short vacation Shows. Armed men made a raid on the IJack-so- n States Circuit Court at Cincinnati and is looking fine. Deposit Hank and forcibly removed Tho Hallo'en party given by the Hurley Tobacco Society, against the election. night was tho ballots printed for Clarence l.ellus, president, Bnd Alonso Misses McCormack Saturday -Ghost Club," Tho Sheriff followed tho men, but withasking $195.000 damages un- greatly enjoyed. Tho Ferguson, composed of many young ladies and drew when confronted with weapons in law. der the Sherman anti-truprevent bloodshed. The httlo city of Hickman entertain- gentlemen, presented a weird appear- order to John Eagle, charged with a criminal hour tho President of the ance marching on tho streets, nnd at ed for an Blanche Wise, tho United States and distinguished party 11 p. M. returned to the McCormack assault upon daughter of City Councilman accompanying him down the Mississippi home, where tho entertainment conwas taken before tho girl and Hlvcr. The President was too hoarse cluded by an hour's recital by sweet Wise, speech, but thank- touches on the piano of Miss Kate ar- - her child companions ;at ;Washington, to make an extended Ind., and identitied as the assailant. ed his hearers of his welcome and re- riner and her enchanting voice. Edwin Hawley, who is forging to tho A new town In the West End is ra- promise to lead tho fight for newed bis idly forging to thu front. Its name is front in the railroad world, is negotiat deep waterways. ing for a loan of $20,000,000 or moro Geneva and Is named for tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. to bo spent on improvement for his Its A fop Notch Door. Orcat diods comjKl regard. The J. J. Newell because she was born on roads. He is planning to double I track world crowns It doota. That's why the day tho first house was completed tho main line of the Chesapeake Bnd the American people havocrowneil Or. in tho village. To day there are three Ohio railroad. Vital statistics for tho first six two blacksmith King's New DUcovrry tho king of stores, one an ex Throat and lung remedies. Erery shops and a number of residences. It months of the present year show Franco It kill germs is located li miles South of Mckinncy cess of deaths over births in Is a health futvo. atom and colds and logrlpp vanishes. It and on tho piko and railroad and over- of 28,205. In 1903 the excess of deaths membranes and looks tho beautiful Green river valley. was 10,603 and this growing discrep heals cough-raokancy has raised again a cry of alarm stop-.- . Sore, Inflamed bron- Watch it grow. coughing Born, to tho wife of Henry Hudson.a for the future of the French race. chial tubes and lungs aro cured and Game Warden Scales and the polire hemorrhages cease. Dr. Oao. Moore, son, Clarenco uurton iiuuson. Mrs. N. C, writes "It cured mo J. D. Richards, of Danville, is visiting at Latonia took from an accommoda Ulaok Jack. sevof lung trouble, pronounced hopeless her sister, Mrs. Henry Hudson. Miss tion train 15 sacks, fivo boxes and by all doctors." 60", l. Trlul bot- Julia Damron is visiting friends in Lib- eral barrels, containing in nil over 1,000 tle free. Guaranteed by l'enny's Drug erty this week. J. J. CofTman, of rabbits. They were being shipped from Kldd's Store, has bought a home and various points in Kentucky to ICincin- Storage. opened a blacksmith shop at Geneva. nati. Violation of tho gamo laws is al Attended by delegations from tho Dr. Lee F. Huffman, wife and daugh- leged. Confederate camps of the city, the ter, Miss Annie Cook Huffman, of LexNino lives arc known to havo been Daughters of tho Confederacy and a ington, attended the r lost in tho fire that practically destroy large concourse of citizens, funeral wedding. They were accompanied by ed the Citizens Savings Hank block at services wero held at St. Paul's Episco- Mrs. George Chinn. Miss Edna Kciser, St. Johnsbury, Vt. Two persons were pal church in Richmond, Va., over tho of Sailor Park. O.. a close friend of killed by falling from the upper win ashesof Mrs. Margaret Howell JelTcrson the bride, attended the wedding. Mrs, dows of the burning building, whilo Davis Hacs, daughter of the Presi-deHill Spalding, of Louisville, is visiting seven others wero buried in the ruins of the Southern Confederacy, who her father, Dr. Alcorn. Mrs. Gibbs, of Four injured were taken to the hospit ,11ml rxrnntlv in Colorado. Interment Pittsburg, Pa , attended tho Gibbs al. two of whom are not expected to was In the Davis plot in Hollywood Hopper nuptials. survive their injuries. cemetery. E. A. Uryne, tackle on tho West IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. Point team, was severely injured durBod-Roor Success. Tho d ing tho second half of tho citizen Marion Hishop, a Lies in a keen, ,tiar brain, backed by football game Saturday. lie was Indomltablo will and resistless energy. of Science Hill, dropped dead. carried unconscious from tho field, and W. F. Jeffries, hardware merchant, Such power comes from tho splendid not being revived at the end of 10 min CI years of health that Dr. King's Now Life Pills died at Columbia. He was utea tho ollicials called tho game. Tho Imoart. They vltalUa every organ age. man is suffering from partial Henry McGown, for killing Losler young A. and build up brain and body. J. paralysis of respiration and little ho e Harmon, LUemoro, W. Va., writes: Dunbar in Russell county, was given of recovery is entertained, "Thoy aro tho best pills I ever ned," years. Jock Johnson and James J. Jeffries-f- ur W. Hamilton, The homo of James i'Kj at Penny's Drug Store. tho Negro insisted that, as cham xat Richmond, agent of tho L. & N. pion, his name should go firstsigned olllcehas for sale burned. To PniNTERS, This articles In New York binding them to a lot of display and body typo which has William Sparks, who killed J. J. Colused very little, a medium sized lins in Madison and had a hung Jury, fight 45 or more rounds to a finish, not been later than July 6, 1910, before the club Imposing stone, a lot of cases, and sev-er- was given bail in 15,000. offering tho best financial inducement, cono pulleys. Will go cheap if sold Dr. Bolin bought the It. F. Peters to take at once. Intemok Journal ofllce, farm of 63 acres on the Columbia road the winner cent, a side bet of $10,000 of the purse and th and 76 per Stanford, Ky. Somerset, for $1,000. near loser to take 25 per cent. A dormitory for tho accomodation of Night riders attacked tho homes of Frightful Fato Avortod. young men will bo built at the Harbour-vill- a George Krcitz nnd Ben Longnecker, would have been a cripplo for "I at a cost of $18,000. Institute president of the First National Hank Ufo, from a ternblo cut on my knee Charles L. Howlds, former cashier of cap," writes Frank Dlsbury, Kelllher, the First National Hank of Durnaide, of Maysvillo, in the western portion of Minn.,,. '.'without Ilucklen's Arnicao is in tho toils for wrecking tho Dank of Mason county. Mr. Kreitz s door was broken open with a crowbar and he Salve, which soon cured mo." Infal-llblGrand County, Colorado. was warned to pool his tobacco. At for wounds, cuts and bruises, It W. T. Malono was acquitted at Richsoon cures burns, scalds, old sores, mond for killing J. Kinney at Uerea. It Mr. Longnecker'a house tho fire was rebolls, skin eruptions. World's best was shown that Kinney was stealing turned and the riders were driven off. for piles, 25o at Penny's Drug Storo, chickens at the home of Malono at tho It is reported that three wero wounded.1 Dr. Frederick A. Cook, tho noted ex "Sure an what tho divvll is achafin'-dish?- " time he was shot. plorer, gave a freo lecture at Hamilton, asked Pat. "Health Cotleo" Is tho cleverest Mont, Hamilton is the homo of E. N. "Whist, man." answered Nora, "it's Imitation of real cotleo ever yet made. Barrill, whoso recent affidavits refuted thot'a got into society." a fryln'-pa- n Dr. Snoop created It from puro parch Dr. Cook's claims of having reached aro cry ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Floe In the summit of Mount McKinley. Dr. It Is tho weak nerves that log out for help. Then holp tbeiu, flavor Is made In just ono mlnuto. Cook charged that money had been used don't drug tho stomach or stimulate No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. to obtain tho affidavits and that he was willing to leave the verdict with tho tho Heart or Kldnoys. That is wrong. Sample free. Penny's Drug Storo. people of Montana after he had submitVitalize these weak Insldo nerves with Tho programme of the visit of Presi ted tho proofs. He also declared that Shoop'a Hestorallvo and see how Dr. would go again to the top of Mount fast good health will oomo to you dent Taft at Jackson, Miss., Includes a he again Test it and si'o. Sold by reception at the Statehouae and a ban- McKinley and there would be fouud his records. quet at $25 a plate. Penny's Drugstore. ( e car-loa- d 's saw-mill, el Gibbs-Hoppent ok Army-Harvarwell-know- n 4T ..',."' m i wfri&tot - JyviiiiSrTf It .,.. m. v- ... k m TPmsmwwwp tiers 4.M...JSyw J ;&. "it0 31 WwPy Copyright : SchirThcr & Mi4 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 jnake; 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, both suits 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 you money on them. Come in and see about it. Suits, $20 to $35,00;. Overcoats, $16.50 to n Brands $35.00. Other From $750 to 20.00. Well-Know- This store is the homejof Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Notice of Application for Pardon Sillier Ilromlclui, who wa convict! of a fuimiv in tha circuit court of Lincoln coun ty ut tbo Muy term of iulU court. 1WJO. Hill ink tho KOM'rnor for imrtlon and reitorn. t Ion to cltlioruhl; mid all who object will notify tli aoveruor mid state In writing MM.LKH 1IIIOAUDUH. uny objection. H.lB. NORTHCOTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for All I P.- U lU" V Cfe Muan and Wool ! i :? 13 l j" .ii;"iv VV SaVi . 2.? zio-sjm7VTmm a Fr.tb.ra, TaUow. 8Mwax( Clowns. ' P Wn S.UYi1wRo), Mr AppU, Wild Qatar, ate Wt an muIJuIkJ la 856 "Owr k.U a century ia LjuivlV' 4J caa Jo b.tt.r for you tku tfrau or cosuBuaea ncrcranu. Rcfcrac, mi Hut ia LouinaSe. Wrila for wcUj Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Iron and Rubber. dl.r. ifr H. I j ,r cL'ieiglEgJgmiTTM pn cc lul aad .Mpciaf tt M. Sabtil & Sens, LOUISVILLE. KY. I. Maikil St. ui. B.3 NORTHCOTT, Stanford. A. --. ,J-- I & , .. , tJaiatfaHW fi. laMM&W J Mnik - itiaftut. -- . life ujft IvSJMiUfcl iti! vi kftifif - 'I'i'glt-'T''- The Interior Journal. E. C WALTON Democratic Ticket. 7 Kor Circuit Judje, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Lincoln. ForCommonwcalth'. Attorney, CHARLES A. HARDIN, of.Mercer. For Htnte Henator, R. L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For Itcpresentatlvc, W. H. SHANKS Kor County Judge, JAMES P. BAILEY For County Attorney, W.S.BURCH For Circuit Clerk, J, D. SWOPE For Hhcrlfl, w. l. Mccarty For CountylCourt Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailor, DINK FARMER For Assessor, JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Nchools, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate (Stanford District, IAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Htnnford District, I. M. BRUCE For Magistrate Crnb Orchard District, R. H. BRONAUGH For Magistrate Ilnstonvllle District, noon. Durincr the week of prayer just ended at Bessemer. Ala., the sum of $800 was realized for tho benefit of the Sue Ben nett Memorial School of London, this I With President Taft dectaring himself squarely In favor of a bond Issue We ask the natronaga of our friend, and nursery for the development of tho country's neighbor, for our home-gromtnetc. la pArafiillv .filrclptl. clean, thrifty inland waterways and tho Governors and wellItgrown. Trice, are reasonable. Ad- J. v. rwr.r-- . of 21 States voicing assurance of their Ures. King. Mountain, Lincolnil Co., Ky. movement hearty sympathy with tho for such improvement, tho first day of I FOR Deep Waterways tho For lulomr fnrninf M acres at Crab Orch Orleans was characconvention at New aril & to 10 acre, of fine tobacco land, !! terized by much enthusiasm. nnc for corn, meadow and pasture. For further Information cull on J. President Taft was kept on tho go Urab Orchard, KJr.,or address ward Moore, mo at lien he retired to his tlersonvllle, .N.l'. in New Orleans and CIIAk H.HINOLKTON. train a tired man, declining Invitations to dinner. Tho President visited tho naval station, Jackson Barracks and tho French quarter and attended a voWe, whose name, appear tielow, strictly His forbid hunting, fishing or any kind of trescal concert at Tulano University. passing on our place, nnd will prosecute vi train will leave before daylight for olator, lotneiuu extern oi ure iw, Jackson, Mies., where tho day will be Mlas Mattle Hewe., ltelrhentmch Hros. A.T, Traylor, Fred llaumatm, spent. N. II. l'lummer, I.llhurn (looch, H.l Nunnelley. Will Hester, New York was The hallot disnute in J, V. Ilaughtnan, J. W. l'eck. DaMdHtevens, promptly acted upon by tho courts. J. K. llruce, Wm.Cordler. JohnCamenlsch. Supreme Court Justico GerarU deemed M. I). K more. DnnTraylor, (lotllb Click. Fred Handorf, conven that thn Indenendcnco Leaeuo D.M.Anderson, J.J.Thompson, Mr.and Mr.. Jas. II. Kadi J.F.Moser, tion which placed William J. Gaynor, Mrs. N.J. Morton A. Kllnsn the Democratic nominee for Mayor, in J.J. Elliott. Mr.. Geo. IOann. V. Frank Cortiler, Independent party Kev.II. Daugherty, nomination as an Father , Dr.d.n. Ferry, H. II. llaughiimn, candidate, was not a valid convention, a. i. HOOl. I'rlnh Albright and ordered the names of Mr. Gaynor Mr. Margaret Hooch, Jacob (lander W. H.Traylar tleo.O. (lien. and of his associate nominees from the Hani ltoMTis. jonn juitr, M.J. Hotmann, Amend Hchaefer, column. . A. It. Matheny K.T. Ilea, ley Mrs. J. II. Owsley, L. H. (lamer. CHURCH MATTERS. II. I.. Fagnley, M.J. Morgan, It.C. Wntkins, H.T. Harris, It. It.Urow. J. O. Hundley. has begun on a $7,000 Baptist Work r. K. McClure, Mr.. Nannie. It. Good, church at Horse Cave. Anton Konecker, Anderson Carr. W. M. Dlshon. Fred VonOruenlgan Eld. Joseph Ballou will preach at T. L llaughmnn. .Mrs. tvmr.vuor Nlo Glut. . Mr.. Itebeccn It. Carpenter Mt. Xenia at 2:30 next Sunday after .m. . Lakes-to-tho-Gu- lf NOTICE J. J. BELDEN, For House nnd Carriage Painting and Trlnv nilng. Paper Hanging, Gun and tng. Hhop opposite depot. J, J.IULnicM.Htanfortl, Ky RENT FOR RENTI JO acre. In wheat till. Fall and planting Hprlng. Will rent torn and tobacco next W. JHPIIT, Vnr rent fne l.lo with nrlvllesa of .ewlnff for part of crop. Wayne.burg, Ky. 1 M. HOME FOR SALE POSTED. Oim.tnrr rnttaua of elalit rooms and all nece.sary outbuildings. Uit contain, one acre, dlvldtd Into cow lotonwhlch Is roomy mirn, ouggy nouse, corn cru, eic. win garden sMt.Thls Is a desirable place, corner of Whitley and Miller street.. A. II HOI.TZOI.AW, Stanford, K). locat-edo- A IiA Jv$f Bit' It t&?X FOR SALE I Will .ell a Clothing. Hhoo and Gent.' Fur- nl.l.l,.HUI..d hwiatul In (has twttt tliMII In ....... " i. nut UK ntuifi v nnu in " Iloyle county. A great opportunity for tho right man. Htock will Invoice about IVCui. Address M. J., care Interior Journal, Htnnford. FOR SALE .tore-home 1 Ia-o- list I tin derided tn locate elsew here. I will ell nrlinli'lr ltiv fnrill lit Illl2hl.ini Of 40 acres, more or less. Improvement, good; nn place; good barnigood orchII- - Hkkiiit, ard; well watered. ,, J. njiiriuuin, j, Creditors' Notice A Feed Co., of ! Christian Jacob II. U.Anderson, Gu. Gelsil. W. W. l'ltman, Alex Cooper. K. 11. Denham, W. Koiuiti Jdhn H. Lee. r iJiwrence, n.Hevler.. Tom Kerrlll, Fred I'ayk. J. Nev In Curler. Mrs. W. G. Welch, W. D.Gooch, T. A. Klce, iiee.,IHnrifif the Iluntlnctnn Produce Huntington, W. Va.. are heretiy nouneu to present winr cinuu against said conctrn. properly proven a. provided by law, to the undersigned assignees, at their oltlcw In Ilurnslde, Ky , within M Jay. from the date ben of. I.OVI.TTA KVANH.A.slgneees. Dated at Ilurnslde, Ky.,Hept.:, W. n can show you 825. Coat it fine III WM j mMmm NOTICEI The Farmers DrucCo.. of Lawroncehurg. lui. nlaeisl Kureka Tonic on sate nl I. Han dera, Crab Orchard, and J. 1. Morton. Man- roru. inis ionic IS lo im muni in n unii wine to a wine glass full three times a day. It Is prescrlti.il by tho best physicians In the mate, (luaranteed to curet stomach, sold on liter nnd kidney troubles. Will day, Oct. the streets here next county court 11, by their snlesmau. Dr. It. J.l'assldy. State. Rpv. i")r Jero WithersDonn. pastor of et J.K HELM.SR For Magistrate Wayncsburg District, JOHNIM. CAMDEM For Constable Wnjneaburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH Presbyterian church tho Grace-streof Richmond, Va., and who stood high in thejeourts of the Southern Presby terian church, is dead. More funds were raised during the past year by the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church than during any other time in the history of the organization. W. P. Dearintr. Dresident of the Bap tist 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 the Young Men's Christian Association at Oakland City. There will be no services at either the HENRY WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier Journal -- MASON'S MEET. OVERCOATS. --f 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, February3, 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 tus Goebel was present, but Arthur Goebel could not get there. Judge Lewis McQuown was appointed chairman of the ceremonies to be carried out at the unveiling. The General Assembly will be in session at that time and an elaborate programme will be arranged. Senator McCreary and Beckham will be among the speakers of the occasion. The sum of $15,500 was spent for the monument, leaving a bal ance of $1,234 in the fund, which wil be kept on interest as a perpetual fund for the purpose of keeping the monu ment and lot in good shape. Ex-Go- No. 00 V.A A. M. will meet Lincoln In stated communication on each first and Monday night, of each mouth, at 7:..) third o'clock in their hall on main streeet. rttan-forThcM! orij inorning rciiiind in that wo need more clothe. For me Ky. Member, of sister lodges are fraternally Hit Ited to b present. T. W. Pen dium cold weather, for n general tir-- coat, nothing is an gotnl a a RAIN or nington, nee. .AND. S. D. CARTER, Now Livorw CUAVENirrTi: COAT; warm, tlry, light anil alwaj. neat ami hunch of them in various color at 8 10, drc-- y. Wo tlb, $'20 and Presbyterian or Baptist night, next, lhe congregations of these churches will worship with tho Methodists in order to tret better acquainted with Kev. J. J. Dickey, the new pastor. Christian, churches Sunday The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Dopot Stroot, Phono 06, The HKAVIEK, WARMER COATS ho ihow in mime VFKY Our LI'lTLE STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING. SWELL colon, nnd etvlcs at 815 ami 820. FELLOWS' glad to run in all prices and colons from 85 to 810. We are always have )ou conic iu and tee what we have. MATRIMONIAL. Mrs. Marv L. Stone, a bride 13 years old, is suing for divorce in Atlanta. Miss Linnie. daughter of J. U. ban- dusky, and Mr. Urdell. of Harrodaburg, hi Charges will be preferred before the Alabama Presbyterian Synod against the North Alabama Presbytery for declaring in favor of the proposed prohibition amendment to the State Constitution. It is stated that the matter is of a political nature and is prohibited by the church laws. The Missouri Synod declined to Indorse the Statewide movement in that State on the ground of it being a political issue. College Alumnae at Cincinnati by Mrs. Emma Garret Boyfl, of Atlanta, presiThe democratic nominees for county dent of the Southern Association of offices are men of character and standCollege Women. ing, who have been faithful to every trust reposed in them, and are conse"Do you really want to buy a gold quently deserving of success at the polls brick?" That the affairs of the county If I kin git one reasonable," explain are safe in the hands of democrats is ed Farmer Haw. "Tho summer board amply attested by the splendid admin- ers were disappointed because I didn't istration of the official duties for years have one. I don t want to make this past. Go to the polls and support the mistake another year." ticket from top to bottom. attorney George Settle, a If these lines fall before your eyes of Berea, was sentenced to 10 years in before 4 o'clock this, Tuesday afternoon, tho penitentiary on the charge of hav- take this good bit of advice. Go straight ving intimate relations with a girl unto your voting precinct and on retiring der 16, preferred by Drucilla Moberly. to the booth, stamp in the circle under Settle is. married and widely known. the rooster. This is all that is neces Judge J. P. Adams, republican nomsary to vote for every democrat on the ticket. You might spoil your ballot by inee for circuit judge in the Breathitt trying to scratch and too it is a most district, has called for troops to assist him in his race against Judge Redwlne. pernicious habit to get in. He seems to resorting to Taylor-Power- s Democratic voters. 10.000 in num tactics. Ml ber, assembled In Courthouse Square in "I see a college professor claims that Louisville baturday night and cheered William O, Head and the entire Demo- Chaucer will outlive Shakespeare." "Well, of all the ignorancel Both of cratic ticket. The demonstration was pronounced by experienced observers them fellers have been dead for 300 to be the most memorable in Louisville years." in recent years. "This here explorer charges as much for a lecture as Patti did for a concert." POLITICAL. "And Patti had the proofs with her, She could go to the chromatic polo right For tho purpose of expressing their before your eyes." to-da- y. well-know- n 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 mar ried at Robert White's on the 20th. Miss Jennie Newell, daughter of B. fi. Newell, and Henrv Hail, both of the Pisgah Bection of Pulaski, were married last week. College education does not tend to encourago women to indulge in matrimony, according to statistics which were presented to the Association of I am nreiiarrd todo all klndl of surveying and civil engineering promptly. My work my prices will he guaranieeaanu Mnlflnnuvnr aro milmn .....hlu U'.liu ov er the telephone through the Hustonvllle Few people In tbe United State, bare not exennnge. l. (Democratic heard of tbe WALTER MCKINNRY. la all things, fair la all things, clean in all thing.. It 1. essentially a family paper. By Fruit And Ornamtntal TrMS ! a apeclal arrangement we are enabled to ofL one fer the WEEKLY K.verj thing for Orchard, Lawn anJ (lar-sn- . year and thl. paper for tbe price named Catalogue on Application. above. Bend your subscription (or tbe comNo Agents. bination to us Dot tc the Courier-Jou- r ONLY $1.50. Courier-JournaCOURIER-OUKNA- ,al n-- H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. KM -- W-V tR. H. Colley t- rS 1KB. E. It. Coleman It F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Lexington Ky. TY FOR SALE ! ffl G. L. Penny Bring Your FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN- i An. i.Iiia irrnts farm for sale situated on new pike near Point Invell and six miles south of Lancaster, containing so acre., well located 111 good neighborhood, being part of the, John Walker tract, with a hand.even-rooresidence some ucw, two-stor- y then on, with all necessnrv outbulldlng.andIx good, new barn 4Ux0. Well wutered. never falling springs and cnek running through. Tkkm. Kciishln hand, balance one and twoyiar. from day of sale, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. place please write Persons looking for such W. O. Walkeh, Htnnford. or see I 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 Guaran- tee at . I I Printing To J NOTICE! The INTERIOR Ipsure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. t surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, Hustonvllle, Ky. JOURNAL Office ANYONE Can mix Coflee, but proper blending and requires years of experience. thought ami study have mado CHASE the moot delicious all blends. roast-iu- g Weak Women To weak tod atluur wosnon. than U at hart on waytoh.lp. Burwlththtwr.otnaUDenU, must b coabla4. On. Is local, on. U const tu. both anCur. U Uonl. bus bothIgM taporunt. Local. mteuMtX. th. Br. llaoop'i N Dr. Bhoop't HMtoraUrt, th. ConsUtoUon.l. Th. f orasr I)r. bhoop'. Night Cure--l. topical xaucoui Bwabrmn. suppository rwnwy. whll. or. Shoop't lJttorUT. I. wholly an Internal treatment. Th. BMtoratlT Teachet throughout th. nUn sjswb). .asking th r.palr ol all carr. all tissue, and all blood allmenU. Th."'r.lfbtCur.".Mlunni. lapSM,4oM IU work whll. you iImp. It soothes sors and lnsato- mucoui surfaces, beal. local weaknMM. and dlMhargea, whU. th Ile.tor.tlT. ease, n.rroui ucltamant. glre. ren.wed vigor and amblUoa. build, up waHd tlMuai, bringing about rn.wed strength. Tlgor, and en.rgy. l.V. I)r. Ehoop I now i " KastorailT '1BD1.U or uquiu loUaiy.ua. for poUr local hp,UMaiwU Many years of t BAN HORN'S "Beal Urand" Colleo wliat it is today, of confidence in Charles R. Crane, who was recently forced to resign as to China, prominent business and professional men of Chi cage- - havo asked Mr. Crano to be their Minister-Designate Best "V. II. Iliggins is tho ouly pluco iu town where you can get it, When you clean up a million bones ' They then become, As tho most captious critic owns, A tidy sum. guest at a banquet. Mr. Hearst closed his campaign in New York Saturday night. Grand opera singers entertained tho audience until the speaker arrived at the meeting, which was held In Madison Square Garden. Chairman Parsons, of the republican committee, estimates the vote for Dannard at 260,000, Gaynor'a at 190,000, and.Hw.rst third, with 10.000. "Kipling says that a woman is only a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke." "Well, woman is traveling in tho right direction. Haven't you noticed her present panatella shape?" Work Lowest Prices jn For Sale. Beautiful five-roo- cot- Dr. iShoop's WY1 MUa STOftC W. H. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Logan avenue. Price and terms to suit purchaser. Clewo Reynold. Night Cure Pf 3 In Every Contest, Whether it Ixi Love, War, Politic-- ! or HiiMncw, preparation is half of tiio battle. In your fight to keep warm these chilly day, don't forget to supply yourself with warm clothing. Our itoro is full of desirable merchandise ready for your inspection. See us before you buy Bhocn, Underwear, Cloak, Suite, Blankets, Ac. Don't let another cold snap catch you unprepared. ?. f" v SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Stakfoiid, Kv., & SON, STANFORD. KY. L. It. Hughes - Nov. 2, Higglns'. SOME great bargains in box piper aro II. being cloned out to make room for now Bin line of hats, caps and gloves stock at 1'enny'a Drug Store. PERSONALS. Mna. It. M. Newland is ill. Mn. A. T. Nunnelley spent several daya In Louisville Mr. A8iinv M. Warren was up from Loulsvlllo Sunday. Miss Pauline Hockeu is visiting In Everything good to eat at White's New lino of clothing and ovcrcaats Everybody wants that Davenport ' at White's store. store Cummins & Wearen. Everytuino for hunters at White's Next month is Xmas; see tho line of Mr. W. K. Warner has contracted W. II. Mueller, the jeweler. to furnish the bath room in C. W. 1000 store Adams' new home at Hustonvllle. Big Sandy Sorghum at W. Genuine Don't forget tho Farmers' meeting 1 T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Lancaster. Mn. Coley ANDEnsoN, of Pulaski, paid this office a call yesterday. James P. Cummins spent Sunday and yesterday in Lexington on business. Charlie Samuels is up from Somerset to work on the new court-housCaiiuell Woods spent several daya in Lexington with relatives last week. Mrs. Mattie Nevius is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Duck, a't Gilberts Creek. Walter Perkins, of Garrard, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. J. C. Eue. bank. Miss Susie Thompson, of Mt. Ver non, is with her sister, Mrs. L. It. Hughes. Misres Katie Cass and Klirabcth Tharne. of Ilrodhead. were guests of Mrs. L. li. Hilton. Mrs. Bedell Ciiancllor is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. M. E, I'rultt, at Hurnside. V. Chaso leave to day to visit their sisters at McKlnney, Texas. Miss Eon Camnitz, of Hustonvllle, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs, Walter Advocate. Vanarsdall. Mr. W. II. Hiogins spent several days In Cincinnati and attended tho great Vehicle Association. THIS office had a substantial call Saturday from Messrs. Wilson and Eli Estes, of the Eubanks section. Mn. It. G. Denny, of Manhattan, Nevada, is with his relative, Mr. W. I. Glvens, in the Shelby City section. Mn. Samuel Weaver and wife, of Ilronaton, havo been guests of tho families of Messrs. J. 1). and Sam Eads. Mn. E. T. I'enck, Jk., attended tho o Vcchiclo convention of tho and Implement Dealers' Association in Cincinnati. Mns. J. W. Acton, of Kingsvillo, came over Friday after her bright lit who la attending tle son. Hul-ceschool here. Mrs. W. A. Usazley and Miss Lizzie Ueazlev, of Los Angeles, Calif., were on Friday's train en route to Lancaster Tri-State, Mesdames T. Hill and Julia I', at Kings Mountain Wednesday and The ladies of the Presbyterian church Thursday, Nov. 3 and 4. will hold their annual bazaar on Saturat day, Dec. 11. Further notice later. White's store. The members of the C. W. B. M. aro requested to meet in tho For nice holiday presents go to Mue- of tho Christian church lecture roomy Mr. W. P. Hawkins will havo a big as 2:30 Wednca-da- sale of Shorthorn cattle at his home, We have just received n line of Ladies' and Mis tee' Suite and ller's jewelry store. afternoon. "Glenburnie," on tho Danville pike on Cloaks; nlso Children's Coats. New colors in mens' and boy's hats. Tuesday, Nov. 23. This magnificent The sale of the amphithcatro and Ladies' Suits from 87.50 to 820. Cummins & Wcarcn. herd of Shorthorns has won 74 ribbons other fair property was postponed unat Kentucky, Virginia and Maryland Misses' and Ladies' Coats from 83.50 to 810.50. For presents that aro beautiful and til 1:30 Monday afternoon next, county fairs this year, 32 of which were bluo lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. court day. Sec "ad." Children's Coats from 81.75 to 83.50. and 28 red. All of tho calves that will Chrysanthemums at 50c per dozen herd Tor Bent. Booms In my homo and be sold are by the Wc invite your inspection. good stable for rent. Stable has three bull Anoka Marshall. with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. stalls and place for buggy. Entrance Don't forget that wo represent two of the beet tailoring con Judce Saufley, the nominee for If you are looking for fresh oysters on gtrcet Mrg L. B. Cook. cerns in the country for men and guarantee fit, quality and Circuit Judge, held this office for the 11 go to J. u. nonon s reiinu anu ceiery price. rant. Bronze years next preceding the present term For Sale Thoroughbred now Deeply learned in For Bent. Two or four rooms in my Turkeys, Pekin Drakes and White Wy- just law andclosing. mindful fully of the dignity Mrs. James N. tho heme on Logan Avenue. Mrs. Bun andotte Cockerels. and importance of his high office, Judge Cash, Turnersville Phono No. J Withers. Saufley administered the duties of bis Shoot the fellow who talks politics office throughout the whole of the time I will be in my office every day in and Let's get without fear or favor but with the full tho week from 9 A. M. to 350 r. M. In after down to business and turn our attention consciousness tho future A. S. Price, dentist. of the rights of litigants to things of more importance than tho and of the obligations of his oath. look at our political game. It will pay you to take a Harrodsburg Herald. heavy footwear before buying your Farm For Sale farm on winter shoes. Cummins & Wearen. Pendleton. -- George Pendleton, son STANFORD. KENTUCKY. Dix river, four miles North of Stanford of the lato A. P. Pendleton, died at his ALL those desiring to take china and near Hubble Improvements fairly painting will please call on me at my good and splendid new barn. J. F. home on Whitley Avenue yesterday morning about 9:30 o'clock of Bright's home at once. Mrs. Catherine McClary. Bigney & Son, Stanford. disease, aged 38 years. His first wife, m m No. 22, tho Louisville passenger train The Lincoln County Fair Association who was Miss Jennie Withers, precedwhich passes here at 0:27 r. M , now will sell to the highest bidder on next ed him to the grave several years ago, makes regular stops at Junction City. Monday, county court day, at 1 50 r. M , his second marriage being to Miss Luns-forwho survives him, with four small THE Ladles' Aid Society or the Chris- their amphitheatre and all buildings, children to mourn his loss. The funeral tian church will meet in tho lecture fence, etc. Same will be sold separate- will occur at the house at 2 o'ly and then as a whole. room of the church at 2:30 Saturday . clock. Services by Rev. D. M. Walker afternoon. The young people of tho Home Mis- and burial in Buffalo cemetery. Mr. Have a new line of Fall and Winter sions Society will have a pie supper at Pendleton was a hardworking young school-hous- e on Friday man and his many friends will regret millinery. Call and see our new pat- Walnut Flat Try n change. If your clothes didn't The pro- to hear of his death. He had been ill She has done the beat she could. C. M. evening next nt 7 o'clock. terns in the latest styles. Mrs. ceeds will go toward buying an organ only a short time wear well try ours. If they didn't fit try ours. If they looked Young, Highland, Ky. for Hebron church. Go and help tho Wreck A fearful head-ocollision 'cheap" try us. We "sell suits at 810 up. More at 815. The republicans had a great "pow- laudable cause. occurred on tho Q. k C. three miles wow" at Ottenheim Sunday and old Lots and lots at 818.50 and 820. And to tho News comes from Waynesburg that South of McKinney Sunday morning, John Barleycorn Is said to have been Cincinnati parties bad the causing the instant death of Engineer very much in evidence same men, every season, lou uu- daughter of a Mr. Hundley, of that Roscoc C. Leach and the serious woundbuying a type- section, kidnaped Sunday and Deputy ing of a brakeman whose name we' did Talk with me before derstnnd why ? writer, and seo sample at my home. T. SherilT Clark Jordan is in Cincinnati not learn. A mistake in train orders A. Brackctt, local agent for Standard searching for the young girl, as well as caused the wreck, which will prove a Typewriter Exchange, New York. the offenders. costly one, as two engines and 15 cars were badly torn up. Engineer Leach, Some 250 people heard lions. Robert barn back of Joe T. Emory's The who was killed, was a son of Mr. Craig home on Danvillo street caught fire Harding, C. A. Harding and Harvey Leach and he met his death within a Saturday but the flames were extin- Helm make telling democratic speeches mile or so of his home. He was a fine guished before any damage to speak of at Walton's Opera House Saturday young man and his untimely death has was done. afternoon. Each of tho gentlemen caused much sorrow. It was hours be. gave good advice and urged the demo Harry D. Magee, formerly of Crab crats of Lincoln county to support each fore his body could be found, as many cars of coal were piled upon him. A Orchard, is a candldato for police judgo and every standard bearer. Judge M. of Livingston. "Judgo Magee" would C. Saufley introduced the speakers in a number of our people went to the scene and at one time Sunday afternoon fully sound good to the young man's many handsomo way. 500 people were on the ground. Lincoln county friends. well-know- n LADIES' SUITS, ETC. ,,"", 7' 99-2- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, mm UG-acr- e m d, Dorjt Scold The Cook y W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. to visit relatives. Circuit Court. The November In tho event tho Citizens Reform Mr. W. U. Mosb was over from Lan Penny guarantees Hyomel to cure term of circuit court opened yesterday, his Ticket is elected wont Dr. Clifton Fowl-o- r caster Friday to bring to the train Judge W. C Bell presiding. Judge catarrh, tore throat, coughs and colds In getting Stanford's with tako prido daughter. Mrs. Bailov. who lives ut Bell delivered a strong and impressive or money back. Just breathe it. Outstreets in good condition? There isn't Pennington Gap, Va. charge to the grand jury. Tho follow- fit Including inhaler. Miss Catherine Harris, who is with a better road or street man in this sec- ing grand jury was impaneled: J. C s at Lancaster and at- tion. her .. Lynn, W. P. Glvens, M. C. Thompson, ! tending school there, spent a few days The foot ball team of tho Stanford W. P. Carson, Sam Bishop, Andy with her father. Mr. J. it. Harris. High School went to Somerset Satur- Gooch, P. C. Sandidge, Warren Hocker, Oomt Urab Dr. M. M. PiilLLirs, of Stanford, day and defeated the high school eleven R. C. Hocker, O. J. Newland, Walter room J ikHotel, nt street, Orchard, nltn storeWe have secured the skating rink building for u salesroom for leaf tobac. I ncros, Willi pot oltlce adit collage Crab Orchard, there by a score of 15 to 0, A re- Pettus and B. U. Goode Tho follow-in- g joining nml necessary or ottlce of three and 'Bcans"ICollicr, of co in tho hand and will le ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is suffioutbuilding,. roomi. All were mado Royal Arch Masons here turn gnmo will be played here in a gentlemen will servo as petit jurors: MlW.OUltTIHClOVKIt. urnu Urclmrd, Ky ciently cured for market aud will be ablo to offer you as good market as you Monday night. ML Vernon Signal. short while. B. W. Gaines, Henry Leach, J. A. will fiud elsewhere at a reasonable cost. Wc havo assurance that buyers rep the Furmcre Mr. J. C. Goode, of Dudderar, J. M. Hubble, Frank Cor- Bear In mind that to vote the straight dier, resenting the largest manufacturers and dealers iu tho U. S. will bo repreNational Bank, has gono to Nno Knot J. II. Pepplcs, E. T. Pence, II. B. to work as cashier of tho Pino Knot democratic ticket It is only necessary to Floyd, II. P. Hawkins, Geo. Leach, I. I the highest market price to tho grower. deslro to f II nrlrntely ray residence In sented in Danville, thus insuring tamp in the circle, not square, under Bank for a while, Somerset Journal. M. Bruce, Walter Hiatt, J. F. Rignoy, urauurcnaru. nouseoi eigni room, nnu Call and see us before disposing of your tobacco. vote in the first an aero of land. Abundaut oulhulldlns, A noon nicturo of Master James tho rooster. If you John Butt, J. M. Pettus, Sam McKit- - and all In good repair. Located In local op- Helm Engloman, handsomo littlo son of square only, your vote will bo recorded trick, A. R. Nunnelley, II. C. Walter, lion i own wnere u goou grama scuooi rum nine months. Abundant water ol the best Be Mrnmt Mm. John F. Enc cman, ap- - lorjuogeM. l.. oauney aione. E. L. King, A. C. Carman, W. P. arli'ty. One third cash and balance In one uiul two year, at 8 per cent. peared in the Loulsvlllo Times somo keerful." Grimes, S. J. Bell, J. N. Carter and DILW.M. DOOItKH, days ago. Oral! Orchard. Ky. The Halloween Pie Social given at Ike Tuttle. Mr. J. L.1HEAD and daughters, Walton'fc Opera House by tho Christian GEO. COGAR A CO., Proprietors, Danville, Ky. Misses Lucy and May Head, of Pulaski, Endeavor Society of tho .Christian FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Near Junction City a few days ago, Bustle. Mr. George church was a very unique and enjoyablo Capt. C. D. Ashby, are with Mrs. J. II. one of the cleverContain, ltO acre, best tobacco land In A.. Waddle and wife, also of thatcounty. affair. A snug sum was realized and est passenger conductors on tho L. & the county, IS mile from McKlunry. Will J. W. ACTON. ell or rent. Ila. two Untitling,, one ot (our M. G. MURPHY. been guestsjat tho Bustlo home. have overybody had a good time. Somo of N., was stabbed twice in the back by a room, nnu me room,, ivio oiuer 01 and the pies sold as high as 65c. ot nearly UU Messrs. Charles Pkeiffer man named Underwood, who left tho orchard, hold 10 acre, tree,. Tobacco burn ol tobacco cheapest that will After spending last week on the city market, wo' aro now receiving our George G. Minor, president and train and later was arrested and placed farm In Kentucky at price, Caleii Powers, three times convict Fischer-Lea- f Stove general Hue of tho O.K. UllAWNKIt, new goods and nre ready to show you tho brightest, in the Danville jail. Tho man had gotMcKlnney, Ky Co., of Louisville, spent Sunday with ed of conspiracy in tho murder of Gov. ten on at London and paid cash faro to Ou of merchandise over offered iu this sectiou and at very modest prices. the family of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ya- William Gocbel, was hero yesterday en Junction City. Tho conductor called Saturday night Oct. 30 our books will close and ou November 1st our terms routo to Liberty, where he Bpoko yesger. will bo cash to ono and all. So thot-- wanting to buy merchandise instead of Our republicans, on him for more money if he went furG. W. Johnson, wlfo and son, or terday afternoon. ther when Underwood declared ho had timo will find it to their interest to call mid m:o us. Tho following aro u few Fleming county, and G. W. Ellington to their credit bo it said, paid littlo or paid his fare to Louisville. This Capt. Or Any child's shoo 10 to 15c oil tho regular prrc; any Nicholas couny, passed no attention to tho klng'beo of tho Ashby knew was false and he demandand wife, of of our reduced prices: through Saturday to visit their sister, gang that brought about tho death of ed the faro and threatened to put him shoo 15 to 20c ofl the regular price; any boys' shoo 15 to 25o off; any misses' Mrs. W. A. Beal, and fox hunt on tho Mr. Goebel. oil if it wasJnotpaid. Underwood re ladies' shoo 15 to 35o oil; any men's shoe 20 to 45o oil; all men's pants 25c Cook farm. The Nunnelley stock pens havo been fused to comply and when Capt. Ashby price; men's heavy 81 overalls 04c; 50o overalls 17c; incu'g 81 Miss Anne Bhonaugii. our popular completed andjaro ready for the cattle turned to pull tho bell cord tho fellow At "ULKNOUKKIE on TUKS-DA- 81 off regular in stenographer, visited home-folk- s NOV. 23, 1009. Convey-unci'- s hats 75c; 82 hats 81.50 and so ou. More nest time. So come and seo us, Tho sales here Monday next, county court stubbed him as above stated. Sho was acboth ut Stanford and Danville as we van show you better than wo can tell you. .Crab Orchard Sunday. day. Accommodations for 1,500 cattle knlfo did not penetrate the cavity and companied by Lottie and Virginia, the Free of Charge for parties coming littlo daughters of Mrs. little I'ugh.-Lon- don and 60 horses. Abundant feed and unless complications sot up tho wound- from distance. Lunch served at 12 shelter for all. Bring your cattle to ed man will soon bo out again. Capt. Democrat. Tho Cash Bargain S(ore, Stanford, thejbest market in this sec- Ashby's friends hero and elsowhere o'clock. Sulo begins nt 1 i m. LOCALS. II. 1 HAWKINS, tion. Mr. Mack Bruce will seo that along the line regret his misfortune In Stanford, Ky., U. R. No. 2. sustaining the Injury. both they and you are well cared for. Old papers for isle. This office. To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent Counties grand-parent- mm in FOR JALE Home For Sale! The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse, io nt PUBLIC SALE Shorthorn Cattle! c MURPH Y St ACTON, Kings Mountain fly. fft TH5' )" NT''"V"W-Wiif- Hiy ''Hiiws 'wpiinyinpwtfir'n" mi w il mf h5.ijp 7 STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Office Old country hams arc selllmr at 25c at Versailles. e ol Stanord a Anleredin te Forty acres of corn shucked at the md-tla- u shock 'sold at W. D. Moore's sale at mailer. 12.35. Advocate. Eighteen hens that wcro fed milk last winter laid more eggs than 100 No.jl.Houth.lliMr.y. fed on cut bone and meat. No.,Honth,ll:rel a M. No.ll, North. 4 HO A. X. George Krcitz, of Mason county, r. M. No. tt, North, No.J7,10:iT A. M. whoso home was visited by night riders, JJo.W.JSWP. H. has signed his tobacco in tho pool. JOS. 'S. RICE, Agont. J. L. Johnson, of Woodford, county, sold 4,000 pounds of Whlto Hurley at Lexington at on average of $16.43, Found. A black hog weighing oboul 175 pounds. Owner enn get same by Surgoon Dontlst, paying for this notice and her keep. C. Potl-Ofic- The Interior Journal. PARMER'S DEPARTMENT. "AMKIUCA.' My country I 'lis of thee. Sweet land of liberty Of thee I sing; Land where my fathers died, Land of the pilgrim's pride, From ev'ry mountain side. Let freedom ring I My native country, thee. Land of the noble, free. Thy name I love; I love ihy rocks and rills, Thy woods and templed hills; My heart with rapture thnlli Like thai above. Let musk swell the breeze. And ring from all the Irees Sweet freedom's"song; Let mortal tongues awake, Let all thai breathe partake. Let rocks their silence break. The sound prolong. Our father's Cod I to Thee. Author of liberty, To The we sing. Long may our land be bright With freedom's holy light, Protret us by Thy might. Great God t our King I 8 M ? si. L. 5N. TITCETHBLE o CO rl "6. t 5' ea o. M. B P5 s o W n i o m A. S. PRICE, m 0 1H over McRoberts' Drug Btoro in tho Owsley Building. I FARM FOR SALE Thofnrinof 140ncre, of Rood bind, lMwrone mile North of McKlnney.on tlie Htnnfonl pike. Improvements nnd fencing Rood; plenty of witter nnd fruit. Alio li ncrm of tlmhnred land one tulle XMtof McKlnneyjhnlf under fence, plenty or wnter nnu how ioihiccu mnu. rw ktuw ng " crop. J.A.aiVKNH.Aient, McKlimey.Ky. Z. blue gnu. Fall and Winter Stock, ifitve jour measure tnken liy n tailor of experience. Tuen your clothes, bother n buslnemi suit or the finest evening clothes, will uiive thnt Individuality nnd nt which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure. I will nlso take your measure for extra trousers, fancy vests, top coats) and overcoats. Kail ami winter samples on band ready for your Inspection. H. O. BUPLEY, The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. e CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! well as the freshest of cut flow ers, plants of 1U kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short sotlce. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. 01UUBTMANGIIKKN IIOUHK8. EH llUHHAKIl, l'HOK. I can furnish the public with tho best, at In connection with the above, I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable horses Htanford.Ky Gcrkey, Stanford. Willard and Stanley Vanarsdall sold their farm of 151 acres thrco miles northwest of Harrodsburg to G. A. Curry for $16,750. Herald. John D. Rockefeller, the Standard Oil magnate, has announced a gift of to be used in fighting the hook, which is prevalent worm disease, throughout the South. A commission of leading scientists and educators has been named to handle the fund. In Bpito of the declaration that the production of foodstuffs is not keeping pace with the growth of population, tho Department of Agriculture has is sued a 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. King's sale at Moreland and satisfactory prices ruled throughout. Mr. King treated the crowd as his guests and gave them a fine dinner. Drood mares sold at $35 to $130, jennets $40 to $250, jacks $75 to $515. Mules by pairs $230 to $350, one yearling mule $81, C. rjH; ill "Mitfi tfsBsWl IsHnrlkssVsteUiLHHlTMsffissssssssl J srS P B,nilsHlurmsVsssssD rw I ar Cd a W r M V. 0 1 0. en CD c a o It O (A H2 en 3, IS H b 0 H .2 ii ft"? 2- - " a 3 OT. si a en S o 9 91 c Students at the Southern educational institutions are suffering from ptomaine poisoning, duo to eating impuro meats. Boneless ham, said to have been distributed from Atlanta, is alleged to have caused illness among the student bodies to such an extent as tocauso the impairment of tho institutions. More than 40 cadets at the Georgia Military I desire to sell privately my stock of GroAcademy aro confined in Atlanta Ihos- ceries and Hardware, ltolnc n Root bitsl. pitals. ness. Will In.olce nbout Uwil. IUn.oli 111 5 B a o en w Stock of;iVlerchandise for Sale. health. Iniurss Tobacco and Tobacco Barns. Nothing'.But.lnsuranco. Jesse Insure D. Wearen, S. (JKO I). HOl'rKU.Htanford, Ky. At Frankfort, Mack Hildreth, who was shot near his home, died at tho $102 to $170. Corn in field brought $2.75. Much of the corn and hospital. hay was not sold on account of lack of Veterinary .Surgeon A Dentist, time. All of the stock sold except one large, fine jennet jack, which b for KentucKy. Htock Dry dooils. Notions, Groceries, sale privately. Hardware, Tinware, Ac; aboat fi.uu. Do ing fnlr business Liberal terms. MY FAITH LOOKS UI'TOTIIEI. a. n.iIAUIMH.Orah Orchard. Ky. l'hone So. (H, falls answered promptlylay orlllnlit. IxKatedut 11. D. Carter's Livery Ilarn. &IS0k I I Dr. Willis Morgan, FOR SALE1 Stanford, The Insurance Man, Phone Si; Office, STANFORD, KY. Kesldenco ith rue and be fully protected. My tilth tools up lo Thee. Thou Lamb o( Calvary, Savior dirtne; Now heir me while I ptsy. Tale all my guilt at. ay, O let me irom this day be wholly Thine. May thy rich grace impart Strength to my fainting heart. My zeal inspire; At Thou hast died (or me, O may my lote to Thee, Pure, warm. and changeless be, PUBLIC SALE! CONCRETING s you promptly and guarantee wore ana material, uauanu get our prices ueiuru j uu uujr our muteriut at jeust. first-clasg, We are In position to do all kinds of sucli as lllock Work, Pavements nd. Intact, we can make any thing from f Mousedown to a fence iKJit. We can serve At my farm, one mile North of Turner.-vlllI will on WBDNKHIUY, NOV. 17, It" "J. IVIorolnnd, Kentucky, offer for snlo the following deserltxtl property: One pair w ork mules, t horses, I brood mare, 4 cows nnd allies, lot of furling cuttle, M Rood ewes, m fat boss, lot of sows nnd Pigs, l&i shocks of corn, liny nnd farming New Fall Line Millinory not in. Implements. If not rented prlviitely before that time, I will on that day. rent my Also .Sew Fiiruittiic coiuinj; in alfnrmfortbo )etr l10. Terms made known on dny of siile, hale to begin nt 1 o'clock. most daily. J. K. (,'oter. J. T. Chandler. Auct G. H. l'p.i'irr, Moreland, Kv. e. O. B. rRUITT, A living Cie. Harry Jacobs, Denier In nnd Manufacturer of; REWARD. liming surf, red considerable nnnojnnre nnd diiinnge from outlaw s. In hrenkliiK Kate latches uud teurluK down nnd deatroylnti my Kntes, on the county road that runs throuuli inv farm. I have ciiucludni tooITrr n rewnru lor inroritmlloii leudlmr to the conictiuu oi sucu mtsoii or") Mrsons. iwill therefore ttlte the sum of for InforniHtion leaiimit to inn arrest ami cunt Icllon of ati part) or parties, that bare broken the Intcbesoniiny of my itates.or that hu snweil down or torn down any of my gaUs on tint county roail which runt from the liuitomiiie turnpike to tlie MiiiniKeMlle turnpike, through my farm, and I will aire the name amount for Information leiidlmt to the urre.t und conviction of nny luirty ir pnrtlet who In the future commit nny of the nooe onenses Witness my band this loth dny of Auiust V'.'. T.J. 11 1. 1., Hit. 1 PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY While Lie's dail maze I head. And griefs around me spread. Be Thou my guide; Bid darkness turn to day. Wipe sorrow's lears away. Nor let me ever sttay From Thee aside. When ends life's transient dream. When death's cold, sullen stream Shall o'er me roll; Blest Savior, then, in love, Fear and distrust remove, O bear me safe above, Marblo and Granite- - Markers and Posts, Cemetery nnd Ijtw-Vases nnd Ki'ttees. onice and works. Ky. We are now ready to Mmw you one ol the bait line, of mill Cliililri'liV fMnllii'H over slinwn tlu linnli. fir tlia lniCMt . ..... ..new nuil ujMo-ilatline of Overcouts nml Cruvanettci from Ootxl vnltici. Come iu and lot u iihow you. Am suro you witli this line. e Mill's, Youth: tiripns.. ST. 00 to (20. Ali ...r. n - will be pIo.ed r given to losses which are paid without discount. and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention Life, Live Stock, Health Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, AH Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, A ransomed soul. Dinwiddie & Co., SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Money Comes in Bunches. To A. A. Chisolra, of Treadwell, N. Y , now. His reason is well worth reading: "For a long time I suffered from indigestion, torpid liver, constipation, nervousness and general do SHERIFF'S SALEI Cnttel-longutn- J.L.Beazley&Co., BBPBBflBBBSBpEfl.iflBBBJ had no appetite nor ambition, grew weaker every day In spite of all medical treatment Then used Electric Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all my old time health and vigor Now I can attend to business every day. Its a wonderful medieino." Infallible for stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and nerves. 50o at Penny's Drug Store, Two bombs wero exploded in the downtown section of Chicago. The explosions took placo 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 ordrycoughcan bequlck-l- y loosened with Dr. Snoop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, blllty," he writes. "I couldn't sleep, Hustonville, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-date of goods. lly lrtue of n judgment of the Lincoln Quarterly Court. In fntor of Hum !. J It. lliasley, I.oroneof mydep. utits, win, on jiouimy, inn in uay tu lurj. between the huurs of 1 o'clock i'. m nnd 2 o'clock r. m ,nt the , Ky., dour In Htnnlonl, count) of exjiOMt to public sale to tlie hUlient bidder, the following property tor o much thereof ns may i iieeKssnry to siitisty tun amount of the Plnlntirf'silebt, Intern!, nnd costs. liiy coll iiamol One a.)ear-ol"lllll) Hixttl,' I I Imiv colt num. S.t "John lloliui-i.- ' ed "Milton,"! buy lllly 8 jears old nnd IS lianas nun. I wennitnic cons, i ins tiroiieny now ej. will l) sold subject to a mortitiign N'unnelley T IstlnirousaniH in faior of iiml of record In elerk's oHIcn of Lincoln county court In inorltingM Ixxik M, puge th Tkkms. Hale will Ixi lunde on u creillt of three months. Imid with appiuicd securityA k reiiulred, iM'urliitf Intertmt at the rate of percent, pur annum from day of sale, nnd S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' w.:m. bright, cashier, haling the. foren and effect of n sale bond. this mn uuy oructooer, iw. w- J. B. PAXTCN, T.J. HILL, H.L.C H, C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. court-hnu.u l.lin-olnt; Che Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. ear-ol- d V Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 j. rochester, asst. cash. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. DIRECTORS Undeitifcers and Embalm hi. Also Dealers iu Fur nituro, Mattings, Rug. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call; Prices Right. ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. Sold by SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. . HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Suit has been filed in the Franklin Circuit Court to prevent the sale of the Comblnei Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Frankfort and Cincinnati railroad to the We Solicit Your Account. DepositlBoxes for Use of our Customers. L. & N. The citizens nothing unsafe or harsh. Penny's Drug Store up in arms over the proposed J. B. Owsloy, Stanfonl; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. V. Carter, Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; V. II. Shanks, Stanfonl; T. C. Ban kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxtou, Stauford; Y. II. Trayior, Oilberte Creek; K. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Frcachersville; Li burn Qooch, Gilberts Creek. 1 STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. of Frankfort are merger. J. ff C. McCIary, Tho little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Preventtcs, will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppo, jlJLf. Undertaker Embalmer and Bealer IniHarness, Saddlery, STANFORD, I Try thetnl Drug Storo. c. Sold by Penny's Smart Do you think he'll make a good diplomat? Wise Fine. He's been living with his wife and her mother for 10 years. Pains of women, taead nalns. or anv pain Htopped in 20 minutes sure, with ,ur. snoops 1'inic rain iauiets. bee full formula on 25o box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. DIRECTORS. F. Held, J. H. Uaughrnan, . S. Mocker, President;, M D. Elmore, J. M Pettus. S, T, Harris, H. C. Baughraan, J. F. Cummins, John J, McRoberts, Cashier; no. C. Robinson, S. T. Harris, II. C. Qaughman, Asst. Cash'r W. 0 O'Uannon . S. Ilocker, 0. E. Tate. W.W. Saunders, Dookkeeper, OFFICERS. t; Stoves and Ranges! . i RURAL TELEPHONES. Just received a large and well Range before you buy. se-lect- ed KY- - Wn ibone, let. IIom.ttioa t. MU. FARMER: Make your home as modem for your fiimily as u city residence, and place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations at any time. This cau be accomplished by means of our telepliono servico, which you and your neighbors cau get for a sum that U small compared with tho benefits received. Call or address our uearest ollice or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "FarHodge What does that man next mers' Liuo" rate. If you are uot at present eujoyiug telephouo service, we door mean by yelling all the time? cau immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, Dodge That's his business, be in- Tennessee, Mississippi. Louisiana aud the Southern portiou of Indiana and vents college yells and is getting ready Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. for the coming football season. (iNfXjstrouivri) stock of each. See our new GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. L ... tL . jfcaMl