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I , .1 JIB ri stamp of tho very highest valuo and NEWS NOTES. not bo satisfied with the penny stamp. Deaton was Instantly killed and A. J. Let us say here that tho most Inter(Southern School Journal.) by a esting commentary on the general cul- William Carroll seriously injured writer of thli Not lorn? since the boiler explosion at Purccll, Leo coundiscus, ture of any community is the interest ty, Va. was rcsponslblo for a brief slon on tho theme. The TroRroM ofaNa-tlo- n taken In education, and wo nre not Two barns containing large quantian Educated Clllxenshlp. To bnntr ashamed of Stanford's interest at this ties of tobacco, just at the odgo of time. the subject mora vividly beforo our Richmond, wero destroyed by (Ire of Who aro to apply thU rsma.ly? Wo minds It was suggested that something unknown origin be aald In reRard to our Stato'a part in miy say In the first placr,f tho teachers, Tho Court of Appeals overruled Judge Dnnlel tho prorcsi and safety of tho Nation, for In them must tho unjoining tho Lexingbo teachers Parker's decision henco tho aubject at tho hrad of this bo realized, "They that ton City Council from making a con shall shlno as tho firmament." Indusarticle. tract with the Lexington Water Comteach-oThree eauwi might well be given for try, not only on tho part tf the good citizens, pany. but on the part of all past record. Elueationally a well as In Mrs. William Martow nnd four chilof civic MTairs. Idleness, iRtiorancu nnd is necessary to tliu accomplishment burnod to death at Pittsburg purpose to raiso our riandard; for, dren wore Intemperance are tho potent cause of fie when fire, caused by the upsetting of llchtntng-foot- crime in Kentucky. No leas do they ns one has said, "In this an oil lamp by one of the children burn of our Nation ud twentieth century things no longer cd their home. retard tho to thoau who wait, but to him than that of the atato or Individual. como Timothy McMahon, n brother of " I ilvnti Weahall, however, jlevota our thought who hustles while ho waits James McMahon, tho confessed ulnjer and ignoranco from choice nre both de" to the first two causes. i'nouih has of his two sisters and brother-in-law- , already been nald about our stale's il- atrui'tive and disgraceful, and it is tho died at Kansas City from the exciteliteracy to awaken righteous Indigna- business of every loyal son of tho Uluo ment incident to the crime. tion In each of her favored sons, and Grass Stnto to aeo that neither exists Acting Gov. Cox pardoned former Idleness and tgnoranco wo shall only mention It. Well has In our borders Stato Treasurer W. R. Day, under inmany of "Poor Richard" aald, "An Idle brain Is are sapping tho life blood of coun-tle- a remedied dictment In Perry and Ilrcathltt the devll'a ,workshop." Tho euro for our districts, and this can be under the charge of obtaining lending a thla Is an educated brain that knows by looking up, lifting up, and money under false pretenses. An hand. what to do with lU Idle moments With President Taf t, tho State fair Standing still Is dangerous ever, Ignorant person without a trained mind and a bjg circus as attractions, 30,000 Toil is meant for citizens now; can not use tho momenta as they swiftto Jackson, Let there be, when evening cometh, excursionists were drawn ly lly. Ho can not enjoy tho rich and Miss , Mondsy. Tho President, in his Honest sweat upon the brow; heavy-lademomenta which give promspeech, paid a tributo to the farmers. And the Master shall come smiling, ise of a golden day; for ho can not seAs a result of a suicide epidemic in At the setting of the sun, lect and read good, helpful literature or the Shelby County Tenn., Insane AsySaying, as he pays tho wages, turn his mind to cultural subjects. Will is dead, another is "Good and faithfuloncs, welldone." lum, one patient power, strengthened by right use of was saved J. W. Ireland, Stanford, Ky. seriously Injur ed nnd a third mentality, Is the greatest force Informby valiant olforts on the part of the ing character, and this we can see is asylum authorities. MIDDLEBURG. Consisstrengthened by education. It is stated on good authority that Several of our young people went to the congregation of the tency is truly a "gem of purest ray and we affirm that consistency the railroad Sunday to see the wreck. Baptist church Louisville will Issue a Several flocks of wild geese havo call to the Rev. J. M. Roddy, ef Is not, neither Indeed can it be, an attribute of an ignorant or idle person. passed over, lately, headed for a climate who Is one of tho ""Character la n sine qua non of good citi- mora congenial to their nature. Their Baptist ministers of Kentucky. zenship, nnd stability of character is honk, honk, Is quite attractive to orieR. K. McCluro &Co Frankfort mer bullded on a foundation of definite nt) t accustomed lo them. chants, filed a petition in bankruptcy. Apples are 50c per bushel in this mar- Eli H. Brown was named as receiver. thought. Definite thought requires a trained mind, and a trained mind Is as- ket. Most of them are furnished us by Tho liabilities are estimated at $120,000. suredly the product of Education. As. the Rich Hill people and aro of the fin- The assets are listed as tho same, but stated above, the causes of crime are est quality. Those people all havo fino will hardly realize this amount Illiteracy, idleness and intemperance. orchards and and rarely have a fruit Percy Johnston, of Lebanon, National Idleness, therefore, as we have stuted, failure. Bank Examiner, who has been in the The affects of election whisky was service about three years, was desig is a product of illiteracy, and we can now trace most all the causes of lack plainly visible in the town of Yoscmite nated a national bank examiner-at-large- , Saturday Young men of very youths of progress to illiteracy. "because of tho showed signs of having service he has been rendering as an Facta aro usually dry, and statistics ful arid, but we wish to givo n few facts imbibed and tho sight was quite an examiner." Not one ugly one. about our Stato prisoners Smallpox cases numbering 21,650 in A good rain fell hero last night and the United States during the fiscal year college graduate, or a person with a classical education, is within tho dark, wheat sowing, which hid been stopped ending July 1 last wero reported by dark walls of our State prison; possibly on account of the dry weather can be the public health service at Washingone-haof one per cent, have a High resumed. Much of that already sown ton. This aggregate for the year is a has perished and the prospect is alto- decrease of 7,G00 from tho preceding School education, leas than of one per cent have a technical educa- gether puny. car. The boys celebrated hallowcen by dotion. Thus It can be clearly shown for Physicians performed the Caesarian the most part that the illiterates make ing many thinga more foolish than operation on Mra. May Schneider after boys, she had committed suicide in Philadel Inmatca of our prisons. Is It strange wise, but boys have always been then that crlmo has been blotting the are boys yet, and will bo boys, as long phia. The child would have been born fair escutcheon of our Stato when it Is as there are boys, and I presume there in a few days and the operation was a n potent fact that she ranka low in will be boys until the millennium come?. success, n ine little ono continues to letter from thrive it will be ono of the rarest cases A Republican campaign acale of literacy when compared with Louisville fell into the hands of a cou- on record. her sister statcsT "Work of mind secures repose of ple of Democrats hereabout and caused Oscar F. Cochran, formerly book heart." For this reason it is urged them to vote tho Democratic ticket keeper of the American National Bank, that tho mind bo employed and tho straight, which they were not inclined of Indianapolis, and wanted for tho al not to do. Matters might have been leged embezzlement of funds aggregatheart bo at peace. "God, atooplng. shows sufficient of His different had they written other Demo-crat- a ing $7,000, was placed under urrest at by mistake. light Fort Slocum, N. Y., where ho was servThis section was well represented at ing an enlistment in the infantry branch For us in the dirk to rise. Let us rise." Why do I say the Ignorant person the Powers' reception at Liberty Mon- of tho army. day. Men, women and children went transgresses more? Hero aro my Joseph F. Shipp, Sheriff, of ChattaFirst, ho Is Ignorant of law In down In wagons, in buggies, horseback nooga, Tenn., and five of his codefend-ant- s that ho docs not know when it Is vio- and some on "Shank's mare." It is in tho. prosecution by tho United lated. Second, he does not appreciate thought thut there were more pcoplo In States for contempt of the Supremo the valuo of a good name, which tho Liberty than was ever known in tho Court, will bo required to appear before wisest man of earth has said is rather history of tho town. the court November 15, to undergo senM. G. Murphy stopped over with tho to bo chosen than great riches, Hcing tence at the hsnds of tho court. Their ignorant of the value of a good name, writer Saturday night, en route to Lib- petition for a rehearing was denied by family do erty to attend tho Sunday school union. humiliation and disgrace of the court. not airoct him as It would one of higher Mrs. Jus. Godhy vistted her sister, Mrs. Tho District Court of Appeals nt culture of mind and heart; and. In the V. T. Wilson. Miss Etta Watkins has. Washington affirmed the decision of aa chariro of tho telephone exchange and last place, he has less at atakc; lor, the Supreme Court of the District of "hello girl tho old darkey said, "Them that haa is quite an obliging Columbia which adjudged President must lose!" Wo do not mean by this Misses Uessie Leo and Esther Murphy Samuel Gompers, Secretary Frank Mor Sunday school union at that a prince or an carl is better than attnded tho rison and Vice President Mitchell, of th neaiant because of position, but Liberty Sunday. tho American Federation of Labor, Before this is put in print the result guilty of contempt in tho Buck rango because his education or pride of true worth is greater, or It should bo so at of the election will bo known. In this and stove case. Chief Justico Shep- county it looks dark for tho Democratic perd dissented. President Gompers says least. 'A prince can make a belted Knight, ticket, but no living man can tell what that the case will be taken to the tho voters aro going to do. Wo are United States Court of Appeals and A marquis duke, an a that, Out tho pith o' sense an' prido o' hoping for the best and working with a "will be foucht to tho last ditch and might to that end. Every conceivable then beyond that." worth means is being used for our dofcat, but Aro higher rank than u' that. Breathitt county added to her list of we Ire not discouraged and will fight it crime. At Spring Fork precinct Tllden us pray that'eomo It may "Then let Tuesday, afterout till 4 o'clock this, Blanton killed Demosthenes Noble afi As como It will for a' that,) noon. Then, If 'defeated, wo will throw ter tho latter had shot him in the arm. That sense and worth o'er a' the up the Bonge, but never beforo. The home of Mrs. Ueaton was set on earth Shall bear the gree an a' that.' "Health Cotleo" Is tho cleverest fire in an effort, it Is said to destroy the They wero saved by Mrs. SInco wa aeo tho causes of our State's Imitation of real cotleo over yet mode. ballots. position In tho educational world, may Dr. Snoop crooted It from puro parch Deaton at the risk of her life. Tho we look briefly to that which will ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine la ballots were taken to the home of Ber remedy It. She is rapidly rising now flavor Is made in just ono ralnuto. ry Turner, where they ore now under because many of her citizens have No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling. girard. There was no troublo In Jack' son and Crockettsvllle, owing to the awakened to the dire need of work. Sample free. Penny's Drug Storo. presence of soldiers. A masked mob Our most active, energetic and capable Tho closing session of the Lakes-to- stole a bgx of ballots intended for the State Superintendent la trying to cenDeep Waterway convention at John B. Lewis precinct and threw them lf tralize forces, and he is uccompanying Orleans was marked by enthusias- into tho river. a great work. Out he can not revolu- New tic expressions of faith in an attaintionize the Commonwealth by his own ment of "14 feet through the valley," It la the weak nerves that aro cryefforts. Teachera and friends of edu- further pledges of support of the movegeneral must help him, and ment and additional estimates of bene- ing out for help. Then help them, cation in to result from the movement's reali- don't drug tho stomach or stlmulato thla they aro doing. In "Psychology fit zation. tho Heartor Kidneys. That is wrong. Psychic Culture" we read that we and a la the best proscription for Vitalize these weak Inside nerves with coins, the metal of our Inborn Bra the Intellectual and moral faculties, and Indigestion or stomuch misery ever Dr. Shoop's Itestoratlve and see how B tnln fast good health will come to you may we exhort every true Kentucklan wrltton. ltelloves distress in . . r. i i nv.. I. ooiui oy mines that the metal utes; cures In a few weeks. Guaran- - again, lest it auu ee to so work these Penny's Drug Store. Large box, 60o. of Kentucky's citizenship may justify a teed by Penny. ar-tlc- lo r, prc-cres-s n Third-avenue g, best-know- n high-claso lf one-tont- h rea-sod- s; -- "ft" && y rV" tf I ''' ' trfiffiSto 4 . ' . lUiTBBa7 WmMm ,Wt-t !Kk i1 i i i I . i lw mrw .n.lA. 3"M y7fW7Ysy'?w'v b!iil'-- 1!Tffl&'ffifflM SSJ'Tfmnfl 'i fT.irrr' ttrut'fiif'f'w nrr.'Tr"" iirJiw.m '. 1, triii i . i I i t s 7f frBBanaY IJ X atwz' na r vm u .awaW mmr V taw "m XMMM.w V .'. jt- - cj n a) ma ' rSx rj x. BW Mfc;. a : Tiiivira iMwr vi.,., rv Irtl M T uur.i u ifszzzzsMK J .rafc .r it '"s Ti Vi iBBBaWSat tf ii "" igvggy Copyright 1939 bjr Hart Schifther Sc M1 Every man in this town ought to have for business wear at least two good suits of Clothes; one a fancy weave of some sort, the other a blue serge, or a dark blue pattern weave of some kind, or a black suit. They should both be of Hart Schaffner & Marx make; all-wo- ol, V. M 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, $26 to $35.00; Overcoats, $16.50 to n Brands $3500. Other From $7.50 to 20.00. Well-Know- This store is the homelof Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. f Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Notlct if Application far Ptrden Miller Uroadrtiu. who w convlct.Kl ot a felony In the circuit court ot Lincoln county ut ttio May turiuot said court, ivuw. willn u.k the KOM'rnor for pardon and re.torn-tlotocUlienUliiaim all who object will notify the governor and Hate In writing MII.LKlt 1I110ADDUH. liny objection. tgllM H. B. NORTHCOTT, Will Pay the Highest Market Price for .All I I Wo WIIW B1.7 Wood ..? the-Gu- Hides and Fthm.Tnow,BMwu CIu.dx. Cold.o SxiUYtOgw Root). Mr Appla. W1U Cingcr. ate W. ut Ulr nulUnl Loulivj, la Kinds of Country Produce, Scrap Iron and Rubber. .iiii.u-TzarTMi Ml-o-n- 856-"O- wf lull . outuir la aaj caa do botUr lor you lha of cotaalia'oa aimhinti. Rdricac. M ur Buk ta LouianlU. Wriio (or trolly intm lul ud Jipcioi Ugi. 219 E. kUrttt St. M.SsImIAImm, LOUUViLlE, KY. H. B.I NORTHCOTT, Stanford 4 III ID s -- wwtiiiiwS ? i ' 10 w v- - rrjpiv ivu" . ispr '! ifpwwjiff- - ''tin!' , hpiip The Interior Journal. The democrats carried Wayne county r E. C. WALTON it hi The election of Tuesday U mostRrat-ifjln- jf to the demociata and they have much to be thankful for. New York elected Judge William J. Gaynor, democrat, to the offlco of Mayor. Louis villa elected an entire democratic city ticket, headed by V. 0. Head for May or, by a handsome majority. Old Virginia, may her sacred soil grow better as the days go by, elected a democratic governor by tho usual majority. Democrats won county offices in many republican strongholds and tho Senato and House are both largely democratic. Lincoln county did herself proud by giving democratic majorities, ranging from 350 to OoO and electing every coun ty officer save two magistrates. It was a good day's work and shows what democracy can do when democrats are in fighting trim. Tug worst news of the election comes from Fayette county, which went republican, electing that chief of turncoats. Judge Watts Parker, circuit judge. Ho had filled the office for some 20 years by the grace of democrats and ago, when confronted with the fact that he could not again get the nomination, he "flew the coop" and landed under the log cabin. Judgo Frank Bullock, who ha3 made a mot excellent county judge for the past 12 years, also went down in defeat. Tom Bradley, for assessor, got in by tho skin of his teeth. John H. Allen, Commonwealth's attorney, was endorsed by the republicans and had no opposition. somo months paiilng on our plncei nnd will prosecute vl- olatora lo the lull extern oi ine law, Mil- - Mattlo Hew ei, Itelchenhiich llroi A.T. Trarlor. Krril Ilnuinnnn, N. 11. 1'lummrr, i.twurnMoocn, 1LC Nunnelley. Will Hester, J. W. l'eekc. J. W. HaiiRbmnn, DarldHtevens, J.K.Ilruce, Wm.dordler. JobnUamenlich. M. U. Elmore, Dan Traylor, (lotllbollck. Kred Handorf, 1. M.Amtenon. J. J.. Thompson, r .iiosi-r-, Mr. nnd Mn. Jn. H. Kndi j. Kliinsn JIM. N. J. Morton A. Mr. (leo. Iocnn. J.J.It.Klliott. Dauglrerty, W. Frank Conller, Dr. (1. (I. lVrrr. Iter. Father Leo. H. H.llaughmnn, It. W. (Mines. if mm AluriKUi. A. i'. jwvi. 45.000. Mn. Margaret Uooch, Jacob (lander W. II. Traylor (ieo.U.dlrens, Boyle county gave Judge M. C. Sauf John Jufer, ham itoncris. ley 4G2 majority. Senator Hubble got Amend Hehaefer, M.J. Hotmann, A. It. Mntheny K.T. HeaIey 2JC; W. F. Pitman, for Representative, I.. H.Onrni-r- . Mm. J. 11. Owiley, II. I.. Kaealey, M.J. Morgan, defeated S. D. VanPelt 300 and Jailer H.T. Harris, U.O. Vatkini, by a good Fitzgerald was It. ll.lTOWi J.O. Hundley. O. K.McOlure. Mrs. Nannie II. Good. majority. Anton lloneeker, Anderson Oarr. V. M. Illsbon, Fred VotiOruenlgan Pulaski elected republican county ofT. L.. Ilnugbman, Mn. Kntr Ador ficers with the exception of sheriff. J. Nlcniuti, Mn. Ilebecca 11. Carpenter V. SCoratz. M.S'. Ixwrcnio, M. Roberts, democrat, won. In the Heviers, John H. Le. Tom Ferrlll, town races T. R. Griffin was elected Christian Jneob, W. V. lltman, Frel l'ayk. Alex Cooper. mayor; H. G. Waddle, chfef of police; J. Nevln Crter. Mm. W. U.Welch, K. II. Denbam, A. L. Keen, police judge; W. B. MorV. D.Clooch, II. C.Anderson, (Ills (klsil. T. A. Hlce, row, city attorney. Chrli Cnmenlich, Ileuben Curtis. to 450. Madison county gave democratic majorities of 350 to 400. Indiananolis eltctrd Lew Shank, re publican, mayor by 1,000. The Remibllcans elected the entire ticket In Rockcastle, but by reduced majorities. Judge Saufiev carried Highland by 23 but tho rest of the democrats lost it from 20 to 50. E. Bertram won for State Senator in the Adalrvand Wayno district, defeat ing Dr. Nell by d votes. Tho House will stand 70 democrats to 24 remibllcans and four doubtfuls. Tho Senato is democratic 2C to 12. R. G. Montgomery, democrat, was elected county attorney of Adair. Walker Bryant, for county clerk, and T. B. Cravens, for circuit clerk, both demo crats, also got in. The Republicans secured a complete victory in Pennsylvania, electing their State ticket by a large plurality and putting the reform party to rout in Philadelphia by a majority in excess of 210 from NOTICE. Wo Mk tbe patronece of our friends und nursery neighbor- - for our home-grow- n J. J. BELDEN, For House nnd Carriage ralntlng and Trim' nung. Hanging, (lun and Lock situltb' ing. n.nop opposite depot. toe. It Is carefully selected, clean, thrifty nnd well grown. Price nre reaionnble. AdJ.A.Ml'KKK, , dress KlngiTkf ountaln, Lincoln Co., Ky. J.J. llMLbtM.Hlanford, Ky FOR For rent for ldlO with privilege of sewing For 110 my farm of (tt acres at Crab ) ncres this planting of fine ncri meadow totmrco Innd. Ial- - corn and In whent next Fall anil will rent Hprlng. pasture. Kor or pari oi tobacco nnce for corn, nnd crop. v. M. MrmriiT, further Intormntlon cull on J. ward Moore, Waynesburg, Ky, Urnb Orchard. Ky., or address me nt N.l'. CIIAH.H.HINOI.KTOS. fl RENT! FOR RENTI aMsBPTr&NsaSS JFlZb Bjjfl iidRaBll HV.. fJr &5Ar frisssV. jLvIwsw r?X V "VV . One story cottage of eight rooms and nil ei'essary nutbul minus. Lot contains one ncre.dlTldcd Into cow lot on which Is roomy We, whom names nppenr below, itrlctljr lmrn. biiiuy homo, corn crib. etc. (Imx forbid bunting, fishing; or nnjr kind of trcs- - garden spot. This Is n desirable place, locat- - POSTED. HOME FORSALEI fw ws rim &WAu -- iiA IApiwiVWK)r A 14 "1 eaoncorneroi wnitiey aim Miller streets, A. 11. HOl.TZOI.AW.Htanford, Ky. Mhoo and Upnta' Fur Will sell a nlthlngHture. located In the best town In Iloyle county. A greut opixirtuulty for the right man. Htovk will Imolce nbout Auuress ji. j,, care Interior Journal, man' ford. FORSALEI Clothlmr! M wTJSl In MvW' JyllM, t" , ' JrJL iH ar mf i. Vi pawl ll i;i iiw;s.:l FORSALEI Having decided In locate elsewhere, t will sell privately my farm nt Highland of 40 acres, more or less, improvements goou; itorehouson place; good ham; good orchJ. II. Hkhiiit. ard; well watered. liyneiuurg, tvy. Mil mm K Kl'1 Im i :A ' Creditors' Notice A Feed Co., ! vm ml ilMllM P l. All creditors ol the Huntlncton l'rodure ot Huntington, V. Vn.-n- re herobr notified to nrervitt their claims against said concern, proiierly proven as provided by law, to the undersigned assign ees, nt their omco In llurnilde, Ky., wiihiu a) days from ILedate brrruf. LOVKTTA KVANH.Asilgneeei. Dated nt Ilurnslde, Ky., Hept. .'. Ilv. NOTICE! The Farmers Drug Co.. of Imwrenceburff. lias niaciHi Kureka ionic on ibib ai - nan- Uers, Crab Orchard, and J. 1. Horton, Htan-forThis tonlo Is to be taken In a half wine ton wlnn glassfull three times a da7' It Is Drescrlbed by the best tihyslclans In the rttate. (luarantewl to cure stomach, liver ana kiuney irouuies. win oe sold on the streets here next county court day, Oct. 11, by their salesman, Dr. ll.J.Cassldy. MATRIMONIAL. Charles Young, aged 20, and Miss Cora Lay, 17, were made one Nov. 3. Thomas Mason and MissSallie Shanks were married at Rowland Wednesday. 4 i 1 I The Republicans carried Massachusetts in a State election by the narrowest margin in the history of the Bay State for nearly a quarter of a century. The entire party ticket was but Gov. Draper's plurality of 60,000 last year was cut to 8,000, while that of Lieut. Gov. Louis A. Frothingham, which was 90,000 in 190S, was reduced to 7,000 votes. The poor showing made Tuesday by the Lincoln county republicans is proof to us that they are troubled with the pestiferous "hook worm." Some of John D.'s $1,000,000 should be used in trying to rid them of the troublesome things. times and out, Capt. Hern-doYoa should have realized ere this that the people of the 13th judicial district had rather you would not serve them as circuit judge. Adieu. M. C. Saufley's majority in the district composed of Lincoln, Garrard, Boyle and Mercer is 1,887. Capt. Herndon should move that it be made unanimous. HENRY It is three Judge The defeat of Tom L. Johnson for mayor of Cleveland was unwelcome news to that gentleman's legion of ad mirera all over the U. S. Prosperity has arrived, says the Department of Commerce and Labor. We can all set back and enjoy it, that is if wc can find it. L. Hubble's majority over Jason Wesley is between 300 and 400. Not as big as it might be but 'twill suffice. Senator It. There is one thing certain. There will be no redisricting during the corn-in- ? session of the Legislature. Election Echos. K. It. Kelly won the marshalship at Junction City over Jake Clem, present incumbent. Christian county, heretofore 1,200 republican, elected a democratic county ticket by 400. Danville went democratic Tuesday for the first time in the town's history. The majority is 75. The republicans carried Casey, Jason Wesley's majority over Senator Hubble in that county being 497. Mercer county gave democratic majorities of 450 to 700. Judge Saufley carried the county by GOO. Jessamine county elected a democratic county ticket and gave Mahin fry Representative 783 majority. Judge D, B, Redwine was elected circuit judge over Judge Adams, republican, present incumbent in the Breathitt district. Garrard county elected a democratic ticket by majorities ranging from ICO to 200. Bully for the gallant democracy of that county. C. I. Dawson, Independent candidate for County Attorney in Bell county, defeated C. W. Logan, the Republican nominee, by over 2,000. Francis J. Heney, tho reform District Attorney of San Francisco, was defeated. It was Heney who unearth m At Parksville Jordan Pendygraf t, aged and Miss Fannie Lou Robinson, 15, were made one. Calvin Martin, aged 21, and Miss Lot tie Patterson, 17, were united heart aod hand yesterday. Luther Traynor and Miss Frona Mi nor, of Junction City, were united in marriage at Danville. Friday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. White in the East End, Miss Nellie Carpenter was married to Mr. Wesley Blanken-shiof Preachersville, Rev. Palmeter performing the ceremony. The bride is an orphan and was raised by Mrs. N. J. Horton, making her home there until the death of Mrs. Horton. She is a very deserving young woman. The groom is the third son of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Blankensbip, of Preachersville, and is a very industrious, sober and honest young man. They will go to housekeeping immediately near Preach ersville and their many friends wish for them a union of true bliss. At the pretty home of Mr. E. C. Hopper in Hustonville at high noon Monday, his charming daughter. Miss Camelle Hopper, was married to Mr. Harry Drake Gibbs, of Pittsburg, Pa., a chemist in the government service at Manila, Phillipine Islands. Rev. W. S. Willis, the bride's pastor, performed the ceremony, which was a most beautiful and impressive one. The ring was used. The bride, who is one of the most highly accomplished and universally admired young women in this entire section, was gowned in a handsome creation of white satin and wore a bridal veil. She carried a huge bouquet of bride's roses. She was an exceeeingly pretty bride and the gentleman who had won her heart and hand must indeed have felt proud of her. The groom wore the conventional black. After the ceremony was over and the congratulations were through with, an elegant lunch, beautifully served, was partaken of by the 50 close friends and relatives present. This over, Mrs. Gibbs donned a becoming traveling suit and hat and the happy pair were soon oil on their long journey to Manila. They will stop at a number of important places en route and it will be more than a month 23, p, GIBBS-HOPPER. WATTERSON'S PAPER Weekly Courier -- Journal .AND. MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. rW F. A A. M. 111 meet In stated communication on each Hrit and third Monday nights of each month, at 7:a o'clock lu their hall on main streeet, Htan-turKy. Members of sister lodges are 'rati rnnlly Invited to he present. T. W. Ht-- OVERCOATS. Thcte moriiiugs rim i ml us that we iiwhI more clotliw. For me- dium cold weather, for n general B. D. CARTER, Now Llvorv uc coat, uothing is iu gwxl n a KAIX or CKAVKNETTE COAT; vann, dry, light nnd alwajs neat and drocy. We cau ehow you a fine hunch of them in vurious colors nt $10, $25. Tho HKAVIEH, WAIIMEII colors and tvlcs at 81C and The Interior Journal BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Depot Street, Phono 06. AND CIVIL ENGI NEERING. lb, in wme 820 and COATS 820. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SURVEYING SWELL VFKY Our LITTLE FELLOWS' We nre always glad to e (how Coat? run in all prices and colors from $5 to 8,10. have you come in mid eee what we have. I am prepared todo all kinds of surveyln nnd civ II engineering promptly. My wor will be guaranteed and my prices are rea- mn.nn. uriiHinimi iipLinnnrnrrsiii im over tbe telephone through the Hustonville Few people In tbe United States bare not r;xcuange. WALfEHMcKISNEY. l. (Democratic beard ot the In all things, fair In all things, clean In all ! things, It Is essentially a family paper. By Fruit And Ornamtntal a special arrangement we are enabled to of one fer the WKEKLf COUKIEU-OUHNEverything for Orchard. I .an anl Gar, year and this paper for the price named den. Catalogue on Application. comabore. Bend your subscription for the No Agents. bination to us cot tc the Courler-Joa- r H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. ONLY $1.50. Courier-Journa- H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. O. L. Penny K. Triti Lexington. Ky. H. Cofley E. K. Coleman Bring Your FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE ! Printing To s thereon, with all necessary outbuildings and good, new tarn tOxOM. Hell watered, six never falling springs and creek running through. Tehhh.- -ii cash In hand, balance one and two years from day of sale, bearing six per cent interest until paid. rersons looking lor sucn place please write V. O. W.tLKEU.Hlanford. rsee A One blue grass farm for sale situated on new pike near 1'olnt Lenvell and six miles n ncres, south of Lancaster, containing well located lu good neighborhood, being part of the two-stor- y Wnlker tract, with a hand-miu- i) John seven-roonew, residence Vinolf The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For ' Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guarantee at NOTICEI before Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs will occupy their already furnished home in the far-ocapital of the Philippines. Just before taking their leave Mrs. Gibbs threw her bridal bouquet to tho friends assembled and it was caught by Miss Edna Kiier, of Sailor Park, O. During his brief sojourn in Hustonville, Mr. Gibbs made a most favorable impression and his mother, who accompanied him, was extravagantly admired. Mrs. Gibbs' departure from Hustonville is the subject of much regret. She will be missed fn all circles and especially will her absence be felt by the mem bers of the Christian church, in which she was a most earnest worker. Mr, and Mrs. Gibbs were the recipients of a large number of handsome presents, attesting io some extent tne high es teem in which they are held. ff The Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. surance Agency. Get INTERIOR JOURNAL Office your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, Hustonville, Ky. ANYONE Can mix ColTeo, but proper blending and roast- iH Rheumatism hare found a trlsd and tested icerate Khss Iks tftlnl Not remedf that will ttrtununus distorted limbs ot dronlecrlpplss, nor turn oony hat U lppoMlbU. ButlcannowsunlyklUth Pains ana pangs ci this deplorabjs disease. with In oermany 4mtrA a Cbeialsl la th CHy of thsm -rt luit 1nrrnlAlll Willi Which Dr. Bsoop KbemnaUo Remedy WM mads a serfsctsd. dependable prescription. Without that last Ingredient. I successfully UenUd saany, '.alllast. Heal. many oases of Bhsumatlsm i but inmi.mMi. Minhi, mm oi his ntrauuero granular touch dreaded disease. Those sand-lik- e wastes, found In RhsuinatloBlood seamtodlssolTe and pass away under the action of this romsdy as freely as does sugar when added to our watar. And then, when dlssolrsd. these poisonous wastes fnulr Dass from the srstem. and the cause of Kheumatlssl Is tons forever. Thsre ll now no real need no actual excuse to tuflsr long r without bain, n's sell, and In confidence record ing requires years of experience. Mauy years of thought and study have mado CHASE & BAN- HORN'S "Seal Uraud" Colleo what it the most delicious oi ull blank . is today, 'H Best "Work ..,4f I A Top Notch Doer. graft. id the Reuf-Smit-h Great deeds compel regard. Tho I. H. Thurman, for circuit judge and world crowns Its doers. That's whv C. S. Hill, for Commonwealth's attor- the American jooplo havecrownedDr. King's Discovery tho king of ney in the Lebanon district, were Throat New lung Kvery and remedies. Both are democrats. atom Is a health force, It kills germs Independent Republican W. T, Davis und colds and laurliiDe vanishes. It defeated M. J, Moss, straight republi-ran- , heals cough rackei membranes and by 2,500 for cireuit judgo of the couuhtm; stops. Sore, lnilamed bron chial tubes and lungs are cured and Bell, Whitley aod Harlan district. hemorrhages cease. Dr. Goo. Moore, In Laurel, James E. Pigg, independmo lilac Jack-- , N, U,, writes "It ent democrat, won the sheriff ' race by ot luDET trouble, pronounced cured boneless 227 and Green B. Angel), also an Inde. by all doctors.1' 60o, tl. Trial botpendent democrat, won the jailership tle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drue VJ --MTV. Its JI. lliggins is tbe only place iu town where you can get it. Lowest Prices . JsTsVLO wl Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic . Remedy rENNVS WUItt STORE. WsHisSt w. H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. M f Storage, W LKmyhW g'-- - RTWipy r ySrfVTW MBeaBHORSSS r'T thero .WWiiSrtrtrtfcliwW-WiMlllBiWlwwWWWB- WiBl f'VAW1" "J": ifT )' " irwv uiv w $ In Every Contest, ,.- vr s 1. 3 , rvv ,inr a' w ' Whclher'it bn I'ivo, Wnr, Politico or Murine, preparation don't forget to supply yourself with warm clothing. before you buy in half of is full tho battle. In your fight to keep warm chilly days, Sec us .' ' Our store of desirable merchandise ready for your inspection. "aJK" ' , Shoe, Underwear, Cloaks, Suits, Blankets, Ac. 'Don't let another cold nap catch you unprepared. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. 6TArouD, Ky., " & SON, mm in STANFORD KY. ' LADIES' SUITS, ETC. Found. ofllco. A black veil, Call at this and overcoats - Nov. New line of clothing 5, 1909 at White'a store. .1 Some great barsalni In box paper are Icing closed out to make room for new stock at 1'enny'a Drug Store. PERSONALS. Mrs. W. L. McCabtv la III. Mrs. Woodib Jones la very aick. Miss Clark Gentry la qulto aick. Winfreo I'ortman came up from Loutaville to vote. MRS. W. M. Matheny, who has been aick, ia Improving. HARRY Eicheniieroer ia over from Cincinnati with the homefolka. . I Journal, waa here this week. Mr. W. C Patrick, of the Maywood aectlon. la vlilting relatives at Terre Haute, Ind. Mrs. Homer Carpenter, of Shelby-vlllia with her parenta, Ur. and Mra. J. G. Carpenter. MESDAUE3 W. M. Penny and A. E. ttnnriUv. of Danville, were hero with friends yeaterday. Mesdames LiiziE Diluon and Agnea Herrin went over to Gilberta Creek yesterday to visit Mra. J. rl Uuck. George G. Menefee writca from Berkeley, Calif., to send his paper to Eaglo Lake, Texas, whero he has accepted a position as chemist for the Lakealdo Sugar KeHncry. , e, Editor Harry McCarty, of the Jcs-aaml- aiBiiaaa,ssiisiaaaassssBssssssBSsassiisssss " ""locals. sale. This olTlcc. Old papers for tore. Evr.ttYTlUNO good to T eat ut White's " Everything for hunters at White'a ' toro- - Genuine lllg Sandy Sorghum at W. H. HlBRlna. Big line of hats, caps and gloves at White'a atore. nlco holiday prcscnta go to Muejewelry atore. ller's vna nrMtnii that are beautiful and lasting, go to W. H. Mueller. " sm If you are looking for fresh oysters stau-Dand celery go to J D H"100'" For t- .. i.nm For Hent.-Tw- or four rooms in my o IjMrsn Avenue. Mra. Dun i.n Withers. I will be In my olTlce every day in mm q a. u. to 3:30 r. M. in .i.. the future A. S. Price, dentist. ...i, W. O. Martin G. E. Pedigo, aged 02, is dead in T. W. Humble L. K. Hughes Metcalfe county. The depot at Hyattavillc in Garrard county was broken into Monday night and robbed of $50. Next month Is Xmas; see the line of If you would carry tho county by a Allen S. Kenncy has sold out his ini W. H. Mueller, the jowelcr. large and handsome majority keep W. terest in tho Danville Lumber & Manufacturing Co. Lost, between Newland's store and Logan Wood as campaign chairman. Mrs. Mary Comnton, one of tho old-cmy home, o pair of nickel framed glass- Advocate. . and moat hiirhlv rpsnected ladies of es in case. Please return io me. Miss Perryvillc, died Sunday. We have just received a lino of Ladies' and Misses' Suits and cot For Sale. Beautiful Sue Woner. At Parksville. Pa , Daniel Schoke, a tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- butcher, cut off tho heads of his wife Cloaks; also Children's Coats. For Bent. Booms In my home and gan avenue Prico and terms to suit and daughter nnd committed suicide. erood stable for rent. Stable has three purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Ladies' Suits from 87.50 to 820. The ballot used in New York City stall and place for buggy. Entrance was four feet, two inches wide and 15 Mines' and Ladies' Coats from 83.50 to 813.50. Talk with me before buying a type- inches deep. Thero were 20 tickets on on street. Mrs. L. B. Cook. I writer, and see samplo at my home. T. it. , Children's Coats from 81.75 to 83.50. . llronie A. Brackctt, local agent for Standard For Sale Thoroughbred Mrs. D. W. Mahan, who was stricken with paralysis at her homo in Danville Turkeys, Pekinr Drakes and White Wy- Typewriter Exchange, New York. Wc invite your inspection. Tuesday, is reported as slightly improvMrs. James N. t andotte Cockerels. ed. J Don't forget that wp represent two of tho best tailoring conCircuit Court is moving along slow Cash, Turneraville. Phone No. E. E. Bourne, who is a wireless ... i ly but no cases worthy of mention have cerns in the country for men nnd guarantee fit, quality and In tho government drawing of Da- been disposed of. Court adjourned telegrapher, in the Brooklyn Navy yards, is visiting his father, Mr. II. H. price. kota lands Frank Richards, of the ML Monday until Wednesday on account of Bourne, in the Parksville section. Salem section, drew a valuable farm. the election. The aggregate fines for the month of ic Young Kiehards is a son of Philbert October, in the police court, as shown cAnd Dink Farmer is elected jailer at by sworn statement from City Judge Richards. last. Let'a sec, was it before or after bandit cr, are $4,ijJ and iu days. colSchool will bo resumed at the the Civil war that "Uncle Dink" made lege Monday, the building having been his first race for that office ? Any how, "..mESI N. .I, thorouchlv cleaned and fumigated. The everybody is glad that the splendid old track at Kichmond. The suoDositlon is first, second and third grades are democrat won. that he attempted to board a moving taught there. train and missed his looting. . iw.UE.uc.il u, jsii. tuu ui. iciijun At ITalrlcffoll Wflnhifiirtnn fniinrv rn Farm For Sale. IIS acre farm on merchant whoso store was robbed election day, EraBtus Holiday, a ReSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. Dix river, four miles North of Stanford same 10 days ago, have tho burglar in publican, shot and fatally wounded fairly jail. They located him and near Hubble. Improvements ,nepo"8 at Mlddleaboro.A'"1 -V"?' n -" good and splendid new barn. J. F. it- - :. H ..,,1 .., m. ma ..v .a ..vft.w biiu fa.v 4.19 iiamu o Suit was filed in the circuit court at Itigney & Son, Stanford. Charles Sanford. Lcxingtrn by G. W. McMillan and 34 others against the Burley Society, Reuiien Byrd, tho brakeman who We hope the grand jury will use Clarence Lebus, G. A. Brooks, M. was mashed up in the disastrous freight some of its time in ferreting out the Pank, tho Clark County National J. Bank, wreck South of McKinney Sunday sale of whisky here. That body and Citizens National Bank and People's morning, is doing nicely in a Danville Chief of Police Carter can work in con- State Bank, asking a receiver. Claim hospital and it is believed that he will junction and make Mackaville dry for a is made that the society did not pay the men who pooled, all the money due get well. while at least, if they will only use the them. . The Lincoln County Fair Association proper effort. will sell to the highest bidder on next ! To Printers. This office has for sale Monday, county court day, at lUiOr. m., a lot of display and body type which has She ha9 done the beat she could. Try a change. If your clothes didn't their amphitheatre and all buildings, been used very little, a medium sized Oovit Hotel, ntCrnliOrclmri. nlin Jim ncroti trwt, with post ollice fence, etc. Same will be sold separate- imposing stone, a lot of cases, and sevnnd a cottn'e or ottlcu ot three wear well try ours. If they didn't fit try ours. If they looked . ly and then as a whole. eral cono pulleys. Will go cheap if sold roouit All nweniirjr outbuildings. MIM.ULMITIHROVKK. We sell suits at 810 up. More at 815. 'cheap" try Vruh Orchnrd, Ky. Interior Journal office, Watermelon. Mr. John H. Engle- - at once. Ky. Stanford, man, the boss watermelon raiser, has Lots and loU at 818.50 and 820. And to the our thanks for a largo one that he left Hats off to that gallant old demosame men, every season, lou un- at this ollice. This clever old democrat crat, Mr. James M. Roberts, of PulasMri.NornGoodknlRht'i farm on Danville for gtndrd never falls to remember his friends and ki. He was elected sheriff of that over uiiimiiuKciiu-rnnn-rent lor lulO.nenr inrge sdfaool: derstand why ? ionu; iwrn and stamp under tho rooster. outhouse . Met Mri. flood- whelmingly republican county by a safe good Uouie and town knlglit nt her liomo on sim majority. His friends here, and they .rnue oiu rcnrei place. AN immense crowd attended the burial of Hoscoo C. Leach, the splendid are many, send congratulations to the I young man who was killed in the Q. & splendid gentleman on his success. I will at thi Allen Cloyd place, C, wreck near McKinney Sunday morn mllei TliB Nunnelley stock pens have been Hlunford inc. The funeral took place at the completed and aro ready for the cattle frouiTurniTnllle,lot on personally A liutton. lll pike, tell a of aa lollowi: 14 homo of his father, Mr. Craig Leach, sales here Monday next, county court 1 or alacrvinf corn, about no bales of bay, calf, good mure, Tuesday and the remains were interred day. Accommodations for 1,600 cattle e borte, I lightning hay preii, 1 uagon,culilnlort, 2 turning plowi. burying ground near and CO horses. in tho Waters Abundant feed and lerma made known on dav of "ale. Hale to Kingsvlllo. shelter for all. Bring your cattle to begin ut :o 'clock, IN one week tho Hustonvllle Produce Co., L. A. Fariss manager, bought and shipped 1,830 dozen eggs. J five-roo5 ' 00-2, Chrysanthemums at COc per dozen with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. vJ ,,ly,VoC?,0r' ""caie. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, & I . xf. - - uTill sj si "' Doqt Scold The Cook FOR JSALE tore-roo- i u. Small Farm For Rent! AT-nu- e PUBLIC SALE 1 ear-old com-an- 1 two-hon- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. It now costs 12c to send n registered im- - in.toml nf 10c aa formerly. This is a revision of postal affairs upward. Wanted, ty Ky. A calf came to my place six weeka ago. Owner can get It by paying for this notice and his keep. P. L. Beck, to buy a good Lincoln counof tho value of 20,000 to J30.-00farm Addreaa Lock Box 204, Stanford, 0. Stanford. - ..I, , Mr. wood, now that tho old stand-byOK been elected jailer. Dink Farmer, has Grade 5. MaUy Grimes, Nellie W. Is We are glad to be ablo to use the The ofllco of stove wood furnisher I stereotyped expression, "the election Hill, Grace Hurst, Emily Murphy, Let- vacant. Who will nil iw passed off quietly," as it certainly did tio Walker McKinney, Jean Paxton, At "ULENBURNIE on TUES WE are glad to state that Harry so. Nobody was hurt and thero were Clinton Coleman, Jesse Hocker. GEO. COOAR & CO., Proprietor, Danville, Ky. NOV. 23, 1009. Convey-nnce- s U.n.a un nlerted DolicO judge of few if any altercations. A big vote Grade 6. Bessie Moore, Effie Ware, DAY,both at Stanford and Danville la re i U(n.,.tnn Tuesdav. The town was polled and while tho majorities here Maude Arnold, Frances Brackett, Ella publican but this popular democrat given aro not official they are not very Eichenberger, Tillio Goldstein, Jose .tree of Charge for parties coming M. O. MURPHY. from dUtiuce. Lunch forved at 12 J. W. ACTON. cleaned up with the rad who opposed far wrong. Tho vote will be counted phine Morris, Bessie Brackett. Grade 7. Winnie Davis Bibb, Mary o'clock. Sale begins at 1 i t. him. By the way, Judge J. C. Mageo and the official result will appear H. V. HAWKINS, elected police judgo of in our Tuesday's issue: Judge M. C. S. Cook, Mary Mooro Raney, Annie D. waa alo Aftor spending last week on the city market, wo aro now receiving our Stanford, Ky., K. It. No. 2. himself Tucs-fi- n Crab Orchard to succeed majority is about 575; Senator McRoberts, Mayme Singleton, Sallle Saufley'a new, goods and aro ready to show you tho brightest, general lino Thn Matrees are in the awlm in It. L. Hubble, 360; W. S. Burch. 205; M. Craig, James Owsley, John Thomas of merchandise over oflered in this section and at very modest prices. On Wo congratu-lat- o ! McAllster. the way of judgeships. Judgo J. P. Bailey, 600; W. L. McCarSaturday night Oct. 30 our books will close aud ou November 1st our terms Grade 8. Effie Baughman, Josephlno both. ty, 420; Dink Farmer, 660; Garland Carpenter, Robert Carter, Marion 5 Having sold my farm at 0Heduevllle. Kv will bo cash to one and all. So those wanting to buy nicrchaudiso iiibteadof miles from In the election for mayor and coun Singleton, 325; J. D. Swope, 425; Geo. Grimes, James Johnson, Eva Moser, caster on the Duuvllleaud mllesfrom Ijiii Lancaster pike, 1 will sell to timo will (hid it to their interest to call aud ce us. Tho following aro a few for thn dtv of Stanford, tho P. Bright, 400. Messrs. Georgo B. William Griiacs. lue uiguest aim wsi niuuer, on county clerk, J C. Pepples, WKUNUH1) AY, NOV, 10. IKuS, prices: Any child's shoo 10 to 15c oil tho regular pri'e; any Citizens Ticket defeated tho Citizens' Cooper, for Freshman Lyles Cooper, Catherine liegluulugut 10 o'clock a.m , the following of our reduced Reform Ticket by 22. Following are for assessor and W. II. Shanks for Gentry, Joe Hill, Mary E. McKinney, descrlbod property t 21 acres of corn In the inisW thoo 15 to 20o oil tho regular price; auy boys' shoe 15 to 125o oil; uny u lot shock, S acres of liemp tho gentlemen who will have charge of Representative, had no opposition. In Elsio Morris, Flora Morris, Lillian clover hay. J Jersey milkin shock, young;of ladies' shoo 15 to 35c oil; any men's shou 20 to 15c oil1, ull men's pants 25o a cows, ull Jan. 1: Mayor, tho magisterial races, James weaullutr hellers. Jersey, 1 tho city affairs after Mueller, Lucy Lee Walton. heifers, Jersey, also a harness mures; l 81 off regular price; men's heavy 81 overalls Ok; 50o overalls 17c; ineu's 81 had no opposition in tho StanIncumbent; ear ling inure colt, slritl by Ur. Munsou; 1 A. B. Florence, present Sophomore Morrison Bright, Harris Helm had things earuug mine, a sucming cons, two sired huts 70c; -' nuts 8i.ou unci so on. More next time, bo come and sco us, councllmen: Mew. M. D. Elmore, ford district and J. K. Coleman, Annio L. Gentry, J. Eva ,., ., Mn.on.Vr'..M1l, Tl'. Al.oln ... u u ""v" v. wvn .muu ,. shu tw nw 3 cuttlim uurrows, cumvuiors. a wueai i Cicerolleynoldi, W, K. Shugars, E. T. his own way in tho West End. In the Hilton, Lissa Holtzclaw, Virginia juu. drills aud u lot of other machinery and Ander-soEnd K. D. Noaks, republican, do. East Ponce, Jr., J. A. Allen, II. C. Willio Moore, Emma Napier, toolat a lot of household uoods, Inoludluua Bronaugh. democrat, by full dlnlmr room set of furniture, etc. Police jude, J. N. Menefee, Jr. feated R. II. Maude Stone, J. M. II Waters. Terms liberal aud uiad Known on day of sale. We hooe the gentlemen will put forth 45, and In the Waynesburg district J. Junior Joseph Hopper. Tbo Ciuh Bargain Store, Dinner will bo furnished on tb grounds. Singleton, republican, won over J. Bright, Senior i nomas Walter their beat efforts toward making Stan A. I, I). Knglish, Auct. a Hf4r, tfftfec Md ptUk term M. Ctuadeo, deeaoerat, by six or eight. Slsgletw. MR. W. T. Davis, who was elected circuit judge of the Bell district, married a sister of Measra. W. L. and J. M. McCarty, of this place. THE good women of Stanford are wondering where they will get stovo of democrats from Stanford, the best market in this secthis place attended the Farmers' Insti- tion. Mr. Mack Bruce will see that tute at Kings Mountain Wednesday. both they and you aro well cared for. An organization was effected by elect Honor roll Stanford Graded and ing Mr. Sam M. Owens president of High Schools for month of October. the Lincoln County Farmers' Institute Grade 1. Joanna Ballou, Henry and Joe B. Williams, secretary. Dr. Baughman, James Baughman, Kather-in- e C. M. Thompson, of Kings Mountain, Brady, Smith Burke, Harvey Em-brwas chosen delegate to the meeting of Georgo Fleece Farris, Marie the State Board at Frankfort in Jan Powell, Mabel Wilkinson, Powell Withuary or February of next year. Messrs. ers, Joe Grimes. 3. M. Uwens anu S. T. Harris were Grade 2. Stella Walker, Sophie Messrs. Wallace Saunders, Daisy Lunsford, Mary F. elected alternates. W. Walter, of Kings Mountain, and R Cormney, Sadie H. Wcaren, Mary it. Bronaugh, or Crab Urcharu, wore Brackett, Sam Craig, Morris Jackson. made vice presidents of tho Institute Grade 3. Annetto Wearen, Willie and Mr. W. M. Bright, of this place, Rankin, Rachel Hill, John Reid McKinSpeeches were made by ney, Virgil Moore. treasurer. Hon. Harvey Helm and J. S. Murphy, Grade 4. Hobart Arnold, Morris of this county, and Messrs. Blandford, Bruce, Annie Vanarsdall Craig, Annio Blair and Kirk, sent out by the State Rogers Powell, Nancy Catherine Mcas instructors. Kinney, Clarence Singleton. ' J. M. Quite n number Home For Sale! I deilre to ell privately my residence In Crab Orchard. House of eight rooms and an acre or land. Abundant outbuildings and all In good repair. Located In local option town where a good graded school runs nine mouths. Abundant water of the best arlvty. One third cash and balance In one and twoyeurs ut per cent. DH.W.M. DOOKKH. Crab Orchurd. Ky. To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle 1 M y, and Adjacent Counties. FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. Contain lo acres, best tobacco land In the county, lk miles from McKinney. Will We have secured the skating rink building for a salesroom for leaf tobacsell or rent, lias two dwellings, one of four rooms and the other of two rooms. Two orchards of nearly tu) trees. Tobacco barn co iu tho hand and will be ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is suffithat will bold 10 acres of tobacco cheapest ciently cured for market and will bo nblo to oiler you as good market as you farm In Kentucky at price, aiUHHAWNElt, will find elsewhere at a reasonable cost. We have assurance that buyers repMcKinney, Ky. resenting tho largest manufacturers and dealern in tho U. S. will bo repre sented in Danville, thus insuring the highest market price to tho groiyer. Call and seo us before disponing of your tobacco. I 1 PUBLIC SALE Shorthorn Cattle The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse, 1. PUBLIC SALE nn . Ma-hon- y, .' "'. C- ,,, -- i,,.,. ,,, n. MURPH Y A ACTON, Kings Mountain Ky 14 l tf . 8 ' t mond-da1 tTf - -, The Interior Journal. Pott-Oft- IN MEMORIAM. Mrs. Clara Stanley breathed her last home In the Goshen neighbor, hood Oct. 27. She was 43 years of sro, and leaves a husband and son 9 years old, a mother and three sisters to mourn her loss. Sho was a daughter of Mr. John Gooch and n member of the Chris tian church at Goshen. Sho cavo her heart to God early In Ufa and has slnco been found In her place at church and Sunday school until about 1G mon ths ago. She had a parylytlc stroke which prevented her from attending church. Sho bore her sufTerlnjr with patience and said "God's will be done." CHURCH In MATTERS. MnUrtdinO u matter. c at Stanford at her Rev. D. M. Walker will begin a meet. at Mt. Xenla Monday night. Preaching at 7 o'clock. Rev. W. R. Davidson, of this city, sVaLILVaLVaLILVaLIV TJ L.&N. TIMETABLE No.Jl.Houth.lliSSr..M. No.W,Houth,ll:J A No.Jl,North,:4A. M. M. Ssrf No. , North, No. 17, 10:47 A.M. No. H, J: W p.m. r. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. left yesterday for Ilarriman. Tenn., where he will conduct a revival at tho. Walnut Hill Baptist church. Advocate. Evangelist J. D. Harris will speak on Stato-wfd- o Prohibition at the Methodist church this, Friday, evening at 7 o. Rev. Harris held a meeting clock. hero two years ago. - 4 I" p. "Of courso women should vote," he said. "Women deserve the suffrage as Surgoon Dontlst, much as men more, becauso their Dear sister wo miss thee, minds aro purer and cleaner." Oh, so much but we know tTANFOWP, - KENTUCKY. Thou "Cleaner?" cried tho sweet young art in Heaven, thing ho had taken to dinner, "of.courso Office over McRoberts Drug Storo in We miss thee from thy vacant chair they are, ever and ever so much cleanWhich none can fill, tho Owsley Buildinp. er! But iow do you know that?" We miss thee from thy home I "Becauso they change them so much Out wo know that thou art rejoicing oftcner," said he solemnly., In the land that is fairer than day. The farm of lwncres. of good blue Krnss liind. lying ono mile North of McKlnney.on Companion, dry up thy tears nnd of Suoooss. Tho Bod-Rothe Ktnnford pike. Improvements fruit. And put on the armor of Christ tenclnirrgood; plenty of wnter nnd ncres of tlmlerel Innd one mile And thou shalt meet her bye and bjb. Lies In a keen, clear braln,,backcd by Also East of JIcKlnner ; hull under fence ; plenty Indomitablo will nnd resistless energy. of water nnd good tobneco Innd. Hee grow Dear little Robert we know t'ls hard J. A.cnVKNH.Auent. ng.crop. Such power comes from tho splendid Ky. Oh, so hard for thee to say, McKlnuey, health that Dr. King's New Llfo IPllls Mother is gono from me, Impart. They vitalize every organ But little one remember and build up brain andbody, J. A. your measure token liy ft tntlor of ex- And obey thy mother's words, ilme Harmon, Liiemore, W. Va., writes: low perience. Then your clothef. wuothern "Bo. good and God will loveyou price business milt or the llnest evening "They are the best plllsll over used Individuality snd nt And when you die, clothes, will nave that Uoc at Penny's Drug Store. which plainly lndlcnte they were made to Como home to Heaven to mother." m your mensure. I will Mso take your mens, ure for extra trouien, fancy vests, top Annie. Ono passenger was killed and 65 oth contsl nnd oterconts. Fall nnd Winter samples on hand ready for your Inspection. ers were Injured In Des Moines, Iowa, This and That. H.O. RUl'LKY.Thefnllor, Ky. when a street curned turtle after leavBtantord, Metropolis, Joppa and Golconda, III., ing the track. Corrected returns in the Louisville each voted "dry" Tuesday. CUTLOWEBS.FOB SALE! Corinth, Stillwater and Saratoga, N. mayoralty race indicato that W. 0. T ran fnrnllli tho nutilln with the best, ni well a the freeueat of cut flowers, plants of Y went "dry" in Tuesday's election. Head wins by something over 2,000. all! kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short Morgan, Menard, Scott, Union and Major D. W. Saunders, '.ot Louisville, notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes. above, I hnve nil Popo counties, III., voted "dry" Tues a great friend of the lateKCol. W. G. In connection with the kinds of vegetables on band nt rensonable day. Welch, is dead at an advanced age. " prices. James Akers, former town marshal OII1MSTMA.X OIIKEN HOUHEB. KD llCIinAKP, I'KOB. Stanford, Ky. of Jcllico, was killed there in an election row. Insures Tobacca and Tabaeco Dink Greer, an octogenarian of utwk llpv rlrala Vntlnni. flrnrerles. Barren county, was killed by the kick Hnrdwnre. Tinware. Ac: about tSJiO. Do ing fair business Mlwrnl terms. of a colt. O. II. II AUItIB, Crab Orchard. Ky. meeting has The Empire City race I been called oft by Manager Matt Winn. No reason is given. The Insurance Man. - of Turners- At my farm, Grove Hill, erected at Fincastle, Yllle. 1 will on ono mile NorthSTANFORD, KY. Va., in 1795 by Gen. James BreckinWKI1SKSDAV, NOV. J7. 1!". llesldenco Phone Mi Office, WS. offerforsnle the following described prop ridge, burned. erty: une wiir work lull vs. 2 norses. nrooi Insure vith mo and bo fully John Blanton says it was he instead in r re, t rows nnd culvei, lot of enrllnit cutprotected. good eves, W of his brother Tilden, who killed De tle, 01ISO shocks of fnt hoes, lot of sows nnd corn, liny nnd farming tilgs. mosthenes Noble in the election trouble iniDleraents. ir not reniea privmeir w fore that time, I will on that day, rent in in Breathitt. fnrm for tho year Itli). Terms made know 1 o'clock. Samuel A. Norman, of Mayfield, on day of sale. Halo to begin nt F. Oover. J. a petition in bankruptcy at Padu- - J. 1. Chandler, Auct. filed $199,332.03, liabilities of con wnrlnnoltlontodontlklnds Pavements cah, giving his S5C5 and as shares of 75 with assets of cretlng, such as lllock Work, any thing from r and. In fact, wo can make house down to a fence post. We can ssene stock in the Mayfield Woolen Mills you promptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our prices Money Comes in Bunches. before you buy your material at least. Dealer In nnd Manufacturer of? To A. A. Chisolm, of Treadwell, N Y , now. His reason is well worth reading: "For a long time I suffered Marblo and Cranito- - Monu Stanford, Ky. from indigestion, torpid liver, constipation, nervousness and general de Cemetery nnd Markers blllty," he writes. "I couldn't sleep, Vases andand Posts, Office and works,IjiwdMcttettees. had no appetite nor ambition, grew Kinney, Ky. weaker every day In spite of all medi- A. S. PRICE, FARM FOR SALE ok FalljandCWinter Stock. LLHfJMSX'WHff.laH o -w HU0MI3itlHiaMlli3H H i o aWHWHHMMeHBmM forSale. I desire to sell privately my slock of flro- cerlesnnd Hardware. Ifelng n gml liusl- ness. Will lnolce about tlj"u. llensou 111 w m health. BfL J, fsttf 4- - (1KO. I). HOl'l'KIt.Mtanfonl.Ky. .' rrIOi, J U-JS- B9Am V 1 SvSjjB HTflK WMrJVTs il.rC IrV 1 !,Vft) M V4TW II, W 1 VifA. rr' slWfiru ? J V'lJi 'grATH. IL.MQ"Tx 4JfiUff lTi VVVi I ZiijrK.' l I MkR .J MS. Dr. Willis Morgan, Veterinary Hurgeon A FOR SALEjl Ifc'iitlit. larns. Nothing.Butilnsurance. Jesse D. Wearen, Stanford, llarn. II. Kentucky. 1. Carter's I.Uery I PUBLIC SALE or night. located at Thone No. M. Calls nniwereil promptly.dny lIillFfflsl--7j- N ' G. S. PR U ITT, H Hi ILf vim r 11SI ' I I P- - Moroland, Kentucky, New Fall Line Millinery now iu. Also 2ew Furniture cominj: in al- iiioet daily. ' CONCRETING flrst-clai- tiQ f G. B. 1'ki'itt, Mnreliiml, Ky. Harry Jacobs, ments, skfM-'mvsImw n m m REWARD. Having suttered conilderntile annoyance and damage Irom outlaws. In breaking gate latches nnd tearing down and destroying my gates, on the count) road thut runs through my farm, I hae concluded toonVr n reward for Information lending to the conviction of such (wrson or persons. I will therefore glte the sum of .'l for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties, that have broken have the latches on liny of my gntes.or that gates sawed down or torn down any of my on the county road which runs from the Huston llle turnpike lo the Mllledgevllle turnpike, through my farm, nnd wlilgle the saute amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction ol any uirty or parties who In the future commit any ol the above ofTenses. Witness my hand this irtth day of August, T.J.IUI.I..HK. ltw. 1 ftIfI 1 m m - m Ws&Y&&M 1 It ,dfi& iV4rf', PHILLIPS BROS., INSURANCE. R. B. MAHONY We are now ready to ehow you one ol the be$t line of Men's, tho Iowet price. and ChililrcnV Clothes ever chown the ieoplo line of Overcoats and Cravaucttes from 87.60 new und aud let us show you. Am sure you will bo Good values. Conn-i- n vriih this line. Youth Also n fr to 120. pleased i.'i I Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.LiveStock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis-cou- nt. Then used Electric cal treatment. Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all ray old tlmo health and vigor. Now I can attend to buslneis every day. Its a wonderful medicine." Infallible for stomach, liver, kidneys, blood and nerves. 50c at Penny's Drug Store. Reporter Senator, to what do you chiefly attribute your successful career? Entirely to Eminent Statesman I deserve no heredity, young man. credit for it whatever. My father had ambition and my mother had talent, and I happened to inherit both these Chicago Tribune. qualifications. Dinwiddie & Co., SAM KOBINSON, STANFORD. KY. SHERIFF'S SALEI fly virtue or a Judgment of the Lincoln Quarterly Court. In laor of HitmU. t'astel-l- o against J. K. Ilensley, I, oroueof my deputies, will. on Moudny, the Mil duy of Noof vember. 1UXI, between the hours court-lmu.-1 o'clock e r. M.nnd S o'clock r. M .nt the door In Htaulord. county of Lincoln, Ky Hustonville,. Ky. Undertakers and Embalmers. We Frightful Fate Averted. a cripple for llfo, from a temblo cut on my knee cap," writes Frank Dlsbury, Kelllher, Minn., "without Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which soon cured me." Infalup-to-d- ate lible for wounds, cuts and bruises, it soon cures burns, scalds, old sores, of bolls, skin eruptions. World's best for piles. 25o at Penny's Drug Store A little more sweet and a little less sour, A little less weed and a little moro Flour, A little more song and a little less ORGANIZED would have been bidder, eiKse to public sale to the highest thereof the following property torso inusli as may l necessary to satisfy the amount of the rinlntiri'sdebt. Interest, and costs.) One ly coll uainel yeiirKId sorrel volt numed "Hilly Kiieed," I colt nam"John Holmes,"bay rllly S bay old and 11 tears ed "l.ltlton,"! t: 1 IU Lincoln county national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. "I J.L.Beazley&Co., cBCIfj ry an goods. hands high. 1 weanling colts. This proerty will be sold subject lo a mortgage pow existing on same in fa or of A T Nunnelley of and of record In clerk' office M, Lincoln uige lt. county court In mortgage book Kale will be made n a credit of Teiimh. three months, bond with appioved security required, lienrlng lnteret at the rule of percent, per unnum from day of sale, und having the force and effect of a sule Iwnd, this ivth day of October, W. T.J.HILL.H. L.C. Capital, Surplus, Resources, $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. IN 1882. w.:m. BRIGHT, CASHIER, 3; H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT B. PAXTON, J. W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. J. H, C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. DIREOTORSt J. 11. Undei tatters and Embalm en. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rug. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds oi Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right, sigh, A little less earth and a little more sky! ST i FORD. - KENTUCKY. Penny's Drug Store. m CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 A tickling ordry cough can bequlck-lCombines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety loosened with Dr. Sboop's Cough Remedy. No opium, no chloroform, DepositJBoxcs for Use of our Cuitomers. We Solicit Your Account. nothing unsafe or harsh. Sold by y Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Goo. V. Carter, Stanford John li. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. O. Rau; kiu, Lancaster; J. H. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, I'reachersville; Lilburu Gooch, Gilberts Creek. J. C. McClary, tt-JH-Jt Because his sweetheart refused to allow him to call, Earl Mitchell, a prom inent young farmer of Herndon, shot himself through the head, Inflicting fa- OFFICERS. . S. Hocker, President;, S. T." Harris, j tal injuries. The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called Prcventlcs, will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe. Try thernl Sold by Penny's Drug Storo. c. John . McRoberts, Cashier; II, C. Daughman, Asst. Casb'r W.W.Saunders.Bookkeeper. DIRECTORS. Reid, J. H, Daughman, P. J, M. Peltut, M..D. Ulmore, H. C, Baugbman, . P. Cummins, S, T. Harris, no. C. Kobioson, . S. Hockar. W. U O'Uannon O. E. Tate Stoves and Ranges! Just received a large and well se- RURAL TELEPHONES. Mako your home as modern for your family as a city MR. FARMER: residence, and place yourself iu a position to get the In test market quotation 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 compared with tho benefits received. Call or address our nearest olHco or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are pot at present enjoying telephone service, we cau immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Teunessce, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern iiortion of Indiana ami Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. tt TEL. CO, (iMrOUPOHATkD) .Vaaler In'.Karness. Saddlery, STANFORD, OflM Flione, lT. KY- 6. Undertaker. Embalmer and Home Phone Italian lover shot the wife of his rival near Blueflold. Va.. and after the woman had wounded him the husband (hot and killed the unlucky suitor. Pains of women, bead pains, or any pain stopped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Sboop's Pink Pain Tablets. See full formula on 25o box. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. A discarded lected stock of each. See our new Range before you buy. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. T"- . 4 . mA.