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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 12, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909111201_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 12, 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. jtv''7,WW'." Sf The Interior Journal, OL. XXXVII. BRODHEAD. Nov. Jnmison will preach nt tho Dap tlst church Friday nlRht. Uov. 8ipplc, of London, Ailed tho pulpit at tho Methodist church Sunday. Matt Coffey and a little daughter of Gran Hasty, of tho Watt neighborhood, havo typhoid fever. A little son of Malachi Hopkins has pneumonia. Our barbor, Matt Howling, and Clcro Whceldon, tho Livingston barber, havo exchanged shops. Mr. Bowling left us and Mr. Whceldon came to us Monday. Henry W. Plum, of Owcnton, and John Lawrence, of Georgetown, were hero this week. Tho former was look Ing for mules and the latter buying to. bacco. V. 1. Hilton, aged 28 years, nnd an Invalid for 17 years, died Saturday and was buried Sunday afternoon in the Methodist cemetery. Rev. Piko conducted funeral services. Conrad Hlatt, tho hustling farmer and merchant of Watt, sold to Sam McHarguo a farm of 00 acres nt $10. Mr. Hlatt will iiuit farming and give his attention to his store Somo cowardly person fired two shot at Kupert Mencfco from ambush Friday night. Ono of the bullets almost touched his right ear. A bloodhound from Hustnnville waa brought here but failed to do any good. It la a mystery assassin Is. who tho would-bMr. and Mrs. Harney Cornelius, of Durango, Colo., aro visiting the lattcr'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jarrett. Miss Verno Jarrctt, of Aztec, N. M., is here visiting her relatives. Mrs. J. It. Cass visited In Mt. Vernon this How-lanweek. Mrs. Robert Albright, of mother, Mrs. Uettio Is with her Brown, in tho Sayers section. Mrs. W. E. Wilmot has returned from an o d, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, CHURCH NOVEMBER 12, 1009. MO. 74. MATTERS. and NEWS NOTES. For the first tlmo In 30 yean United States government bonds ore below par. E. J. Blckley, of this county, bought of Dr. D. S. Henry o lot in Danville for $500. It is estimated that 3,000,000,000 pieces of chewing gum aro made Irrtho U. S. yearly. Negro hunters, while smoking a rabbit from a hollow log, caused a costly forest firo in Christian county. Lewis Strang covered a mile in 37.7 seconds on tho Atlanta speedway, lowenag the world's record by 5.4 sec- Thcro will bo preaching at tho church hero Sunday morning night. Rev. W. S. Willis will preach at tho Christian church, Hustonvllle, Sunday morning on tho "Lesson of tho Leaves nnd at night his subject will bo "Habits." Tho latter will bo the first of a scries of sermons on good morale. Tho largest amount of money In cash ever raised at ono tlmo In Owens-boro extended visit to roUtlvcs at Williamsburg. Master Delmas Owens is visiting his sister, Mrs. Virgil Martin, In the country. John Isaacs, of Gravel g bnnk-inSwitch, Is hero taking lessons In Cashier Hutchison, of the under Mr. Isaacs will be Citizens Bank. cashier of the bank to be started the nt Gravel Swlth. Mr. Marshall Stone, one of Stanford's gallant beaux, was here calling Sunday. Dr. Edward Everett Halo was a foe to long sermons. He used to tell a stopreacher and tho d ry of a minor prophets, which the Washington Star reprints: This preacher onco preached over an hour on tho four greater prophets, and then, when his congregation thought ho was through, he took a long breath, turned a fresh ao and leaning over the pulpit said: "Wo now como to the more complex question of tho minor prophets. First, let us assign to them their proper order. Where, brothen, shall wc place HoscaT" An irascible old gentleman in a bck pew rose, took his hat and stick, and said, as he departed: "Place him hero if you want to. I'm going home." long-winde- iTimiiutvh of Glen Oak. OitU., ...... .n nviln from homo Mountain air, ho thought, would euro n frlghtfu cough tliai nau uciieu an remedies for two years. After six vvm lung-rackin- g Forcod Into Exllo. steps. "Then I began tousoDr. King's New Discovery," ho write, "aud sir hollies I am as well as It saves thousands jearly ever." from despcrato lung diseases. Infallible for Coughs and Colds, It dispels Iloarscnes and Soro mroai. uures Grip, Bronchitis, Hemorrhages, Aim-mCroup, Whooping Cough. ftOo and (1, trial loUlo free, guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. ni .n.nthl.o returned, death dogging his a, d Artnur Everton, "professor" and traveling nypnousi, sobbed In his cell, three calm medical men witnessed a weird performance In the morguo of the Somerset, N. J., hospital. There Wlllam A. Davenport, secretary to tho mayor of Nowark, and a student of hypnotism, vainly tried to bring back signs of lifo in the rigid y body of Robert Simpson, who apparent-ldied after having been put into a hypnotic tranco by Everton. Davenport failed. Simpson was declared officially dead and an autopsy was held. Whilo self-style- POLITICAL. Richmond, Va., a city of over 100,000 Inhabitants, only polled 4,500 votes at the last election. Representative W. F. Klair, of Lexington, denies tho report that he will be a candidate for Speaker. Gov. Wlllson has appointed O. II Waddle, of Somerset, to sit as special judge In Kenton county to try tho contested election case of Tracy ogainst Shaw. Health ColTee" Is tho cleverest Imitation of real corTeo ever yet mode. Hhnnn created It from pure parch ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine in Chilblains, Chapped Hands. Uavor Is mado in just one minuie. Walter DeBord was acquitted of the routs Piles. 2V: at Penny's tedious boiling. No 20 or 30 minutes Store. murder of Elza Burton In Pulaski. Sample free. Penny ' Drug atore. n. was secured by Rev. G. C. Carroll, pastor of tho Third Baptist church. Tho monoy wipes out tho church debt. Ten thousand flvo hundred dollars was turned in by tho members of tho con onds. Clarence McDowell, of Baltimore, gregation. Tho church originally con long prominently known as a judge of $47,000. Tho vurious churches of Stanford horse racing on the metropolitan tracks,' is dead. worshiped with tho Methodist congre 'Undo Tip" Combs, aged 70 years, gation Sunday night and arranged for old men of Letchtheir representatives to give addresses one of the of wclcomo to tho new pastor. Rev. J. er county, fell from his barn loft nnd J. Dickey. Somo notice of their plan broke his neck. George II . Osborne, for 35 years was published in tho I. J., but It escaped Mr. Dickey's attention and he sup- cashier of the Huntington Bank at posed that tho overflow houso was n Columbus, O , was arrested on charges demonstration in honor of Rev J. H. of being short in his accounts. Maj Thomas Hercules Hays, former Harris, who was to preach, and he con sequently foiled to give the representa State Senator, Confederate vetcron nnd tives of tho other churches an oppor- ono of Kentucky's best known citizens, tunity to deliver their fraternal mes died in Louisville of pneumonia. Nine persons were killed and nearly sages, or to sty anything himself in appreciation of their coming. He wishes a score of employes injured in an exnow to express his very great pleasure plosion and fire in the comb factory of at this kindly expression of brotherly Robert Morrison & Son, In Brooklyn. As result of a cutting affray at Brass-fiel- d lovo and he heartily reciprocates the in Madison Tom Bates lies mortalwhich this act expresses. sentiments Tho church building at Pulaski was ly wounded, while Andy Todd, also set apart for tho worship of God on colored, is under arrest charged with Nov. 7. Tho weather was ideal, the the deed. With more than 500 physicians from crowd large and Dr W. D. Powell, of Louisville, at his best. All Indebted all parts of the South in attendance the ness was accounted for. This church third annual meeting of the Southern years ago Medical Association convened at New has a history. Twenty-seve- n Presbyterians occupied it as a mis- Orleans Tuesday. the Commander Robert E. Peary, the sion under their evangelist, J. E. Triplets Dr, Guerrant preached the ser Arctic explorer, who has taken up hi This residence with his family in Washingmon. They expended $1,000.75. last Spring they abandoned thofield and ton for the winter, is notcontemplating sold the church to the Baptists. Rev an expedition to the South Pole. Indictments were returned in the R. R. Noel was called upon. He, bck- ed by tho State Building Board under Kenton county Circuit Court at CovDr. Powell and a host of friends, has ington against the Latonia Racing Asraised ami expended about $500. giving sociation, for permitting bookmaking them a house worth $1,200. The names and gambling at the Latonia rncetruck. Dies for a proposed 5 cent piece of those who helped so laudable and en terprisu und who havo stood by me up bearing the head of George Washingon lormer occasions are: i.a vaiu- - ton, to take the place of thu coin now well, $1; Jnmes Holdam, $1; W. S. in circulation have been prepared by Burch, $1; Dr. Peyton. $1; George Mc the engravers of the United Slates Kinney. $1; Harvey Helm. $1; W. L mint in Philadelphia. Innate Novikow, a Russian laborer, McCarty, $1; J. C. McClary. $1; Rout Lytle, $1; W. K. Shugars, $1; Denham shot and killed Mrs. F. A. Schultz, wife Bros . $1; Dr. T. W. Pennington, 50;; of a wealthy rancher, nnd her daughT. 11. Shanks, 50c; W. II. Shanks, 60c; ter in the Ferry building at San FranJ. W. Acy, 40c; Robert E. Gaines, $1: cisco, and then killed himself. No came Mrs. E. L. Relnhart, $1; A. C. Carman. for the shooting hns been learned. Troops were sent to the home of Ben f 1; J. M. Cress, $1; George L. Penny, Longnecker in Mason county to trap $1; J. D. Wearen. 25c; J Murray Tay lor, $1; M. S. Boughman, CO; E, V. night riders. They remained on cuard Woods. $1; F. M. Ware. $2; J. W. Ac three nights, but no riders appeared ton, $1; Double Springs church. $12; and the soldiers, who had been sent Eubanks' church, $10; McKlnney church, from Lexington, were ordered home. The body of a woman, well dressed, J2 50; E. C. Wolton, $1; James McBee, 25e; and many others at Hrodhead and was found in White River at Indianapother places, to all of whom we most olis by a l'ulicrimiii. No woman has gratefully acknowledge thanks in help- been reported to the police recently ns ing us out in tho struggle, especially missing from her home or the hotels Dr. W. D. Powell, of the Baptist Build- and the identity of the dead woman is a mystery. ing Band of Kentucky. It R. Noel. Miss Annie Pelley, n clerk in a dry goods atore ut Cairo, III , was murder MIDDLEBURG. ed, the crime being revealed when chil C. C. Rogers did service ns grand drcn found her stripped and mutilated juror at Liberty last week. body in an alley. An examination A cl'l was born to the wifo of John showed that she had been attacked, Bates at Yosomite Tuesday night while gigged and then choked to death. John was keeping tally on the vote in At Versailles Judge Robert L. Stout tho booth here. dissolved the temporary restraining or J. II. Purdom, the Morcland tobacco der agiinst the salo of tho Frankfort buyer, was hero a few days sinco and and Cincinnati railroad to the Louis bought nearly all tho weed in this secvillu and Nashville, inasmuch as tho tion at 9 to 14c. sale had been consummated before the It Is probably not generally known, suit was filed. The decision requires was but it Is a fact that Jason Lawhorn sanction for future action in re He and Gus Bastin court elected coroner. gard to the property. mado tho race, but neither name was That oral betting does not constituto on the ballot and their friends voted bookmaking within the meaning of the for them by writing their names on gambling laws tho ballot. Jason will qualify and dis is in effect the decision of tho New charge the duties of his office. York Court of Appeals, affirming an Tho election Is over and perhaps there order of the lower courts for the diswho are not glad. Even are very few charge from custody of Orlando Jones those who wcro dofeated breath easier and Sol Lichtenstein, who were Indictthan when tho storm was on. Things ed in Kings county on a charge of liking here, but wo did not go to our bookmaking. are not kicking because it would do no In a hoad-o- n collision at Leincrts, good. We had a good ticket and made Tcnn., between a fast passenger train den manly fight, but went down in on the L. & N. running between Knox- feat. Only threo democratic magis- vlllo and Cincinnati, and a freight, trates are left out of the wreck. This Marion O . Pierce, a freight engineer, was not a democratic year In Casey, R. E. Bowman, a freight fireman, and though it seems to have been in nearly Lemons, fireman on the passen county in tho Slate. So L. O. every other ger, wero killed. The wreck Is said to we have much to bo thankful for and havo been mo result oi lauure oi a we will fight 'em again some day. I tlugman to protect tho passenger train, pulled through by the skin of my teeth ho having boen sent out ahead of o disIn the raco for magistrate, and In this abled freight train. connection I wish to say that I will ever A Scolded Boy's Shrieks feel thankful to my friends, both demhorrified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria ocrats and republicans, here and at Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes thot, Walltown for the light they mado lor when all thought he would die, Uuck- me. Tho two precincts gave last year Arnica Salvo wholly cured htm. nearly 60 majority for the republicans, len's Infallible for Burns, Scalds, Cuts, by tho help of my friends I pulled but Wounds, Ilrulses. Cures through by tho narrow margin of six Corns, -Sores, Dolls, Skin Eruptions, T. S. B. votes. best-loved k Fever- - MUSIYtYOUJOMlNICt) BvsrtR brown Sims Y In I VfNfwl ' V'" ftltfra ANYMOWl y IILI I I ittlc VHAT.-THaL- Betty owe ihc lost her LITTLE BETTY Shoe. SJiiHBd Po ? vD- dot, Biwter Brown them came along) 'And.wmatdid little Duster oolf "WrOAVrr-MCa pair or Snar.s to wear. CiVE her'amothsrUT TO MATCH THE OTHER.. ANDTHEN,3HE WILL HAVE TWO,) . 1 ifeN-- the Famous Bvster tlWLO.IT Bkovw Buie J&bbonJhp I'll BET jMtJCL0l JMOO MR Ik 'I 'N. MBS mmvmiaHT ito mr rug awowrt SHOt eo 44r4l4J4?4J4l4r4J4J4)4J4J4)44)44)4J4J4) The Real Live BUSTER BROWN and His Dog TIGE Will be Here on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1909, and will give two entertainments at Walton's Opera House, One at 10 A, fl. and one at 3 P. M. ADMISSION FREE. Bring all the Children and get a Souvenir. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD.KENTUCKY. Notlct ! 1 i 4 A Application .uUa ,.... nuu ftr Parden ft iwinvlntil . v.... ....- -. tt felony In the circuit court of Lincoln county at tlie May term of l't court, lwu. will ntlttlis Kovernor for pardon nnd tocUlMiublpSttiul all who object will notify the, governor noil taw In writing MlI.LKH HltOAUUUH. nuy ol)Jctlou. ........ ...... Minor nruauuu.. H. B. NORTH COTT, Will Pay the Highest MarketK Price for Tup keys. See himlbefore selling. Call 153, Stanford, Ky. 1 jFlS runos Him Woo! Gold Vjo Buy ViU Clofcr, etc W an daaUnl rtubEJnJ la ISJ6 "Ont lull otakur ! aJ ua do batUr (m you lhaa Lduitk Flb.r. Tallow, Iihwu, Clown. to 3aUYilIow Rood, May AppU. Itfiti ctf coauoMoo BkercHtoU. Rdenaco, Wriw (or rUy iy Baafc la LooiivilU. (cut lit! tad dipvioa Ugk Soon Drug m. 2:SE. MtrkitSt. Sent, 8abtl ALOUISVIUE.KT. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford! TV v n. ,.H4aM ..(.- - a,i?Ul . Wfwynpmnw ijiwi ijjn K nwniWfjwiuFw jm t HIJI'UHH w The Interior Journal. tf E. C. WALTON of the new Capitol are yet In an unsettled condition, and tha date is no nearer a pjsitlvo determination than It was two months ago. It is tho desire of the Plans for the formal dedication ? Capitol Commission to havo tho finished before it ia dedicated. The Governor's reception room has not been completed. The furnishings will notbe In Frankfort before December 15, so it li probable that tho dedication will not take placo until after December 15. Then there Is talk of postponing tho until spring, when the dedication weather is good, probably in March, just before tho Legislature finally adjourns. Tho furnishings for tho Gov ernor's reception room are being made to order and will cost $15,000. The rug which is to cover tho floor is being mado to order in France, and that will not be ready before the middle of December. Tho rug will be one of the show pieces in tho new Capitol and will be the most expensive single articles in the whole building. It was specially designed for the room in which it Is to be laid. build-In- A tickling o'rdrr cough can boqulctc ly loosened with Dr. 8hoop's Cough A Buffalo girl thought she waa mar- Hemedy. No opium, no chloroform, rying a French count but he turned out nothing unsafe or harsh. Bold by to be only a French cook. Penny's Drug Storo. Col. John Jacob Astor, it is said, I. W. Bernhelm, tho Louisville disgave his wife $10,000,000 In cash and tiller, bought 303 acres of land one mile securities to secure a separation from from Shclbyvillo for $27,000. her. Robert Hubble, of the Turnersvlllo section, and Miss Edna Mobley, of tho FOR SALE1 Mt. Salem neighborhood, wcro married MATHMOHIAL. 4 - ffi ? S 2. gtrj N I IJI v: M vaLu 1 GEORGE G. GIL- relatives were present. After the successful as a lawyer, politician ceremony a dainty lunch was served. and business man, died at the h'ome of his At 8 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Severance, daughter, Mrs. Lawson E. Wooldridge, accompanied by Messrs. William and A In Louisville, of stomach trouble and a II. Severance and their wives, took the He train for Stanford, where they will complication of diseases Monday. had gone from his home at Shclbyvillo ip;nd a few days, tho guest of relato visit his daughter when he was tives. Mr. Severance Is a stricken. Mr. Gilbert is survived by newspaper man and a fine gentleman. his wife, two daughters and a son. The His bride is said to be a most charmlatter was elected county judgo of ing young woman and very pretty. Shelby a week ago. Deceased repreMr. McDowell Fogle, of Casey, and sented this district most creditably in Miss Berta Carr Murphy were married Congress for three terms, was State at the home of the bride at McKinney Senator one term and county attorney at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, He was Prof. D. Edgar Fogle, of Georgetown, of Shelby for several terms. barn in Spencer county in 1849. Mr. an uncle of the groom, performing the Gilbert was a polished gentleman, a CJreraony, which was a very pretty ore fluent talker and a most magnetic indeed. Miss Mary Kutherine Murphy, speaker. He was well known in this sister of the bride, and Mr. Joe Will county, and universally admired. Rout, of Hustonville, stood with the Beer puts out the tires in the coke bridal couple during the ceremony. The oven, says a Pittsburg dispatch. For groom is an industrious and successful 72 hours after pay-da- y the coke ovens young farmer of the Middleburg sec do not run more than of their tion and is a fine young man. His bride, and following almost every who is the eldest daughter of Mr. and capacity, pay-dahundreds of tons of coke are Mrs. John S. Murphy, is a charming ruined because men can not be gotten young woman, very pretty and highly to take care of it. It is reported that accomplished. She is exceedingly popthe Steel Corporation is willing to pay ular and the young people of the West 10 millions for the nine breweries in End give her up with sincere regret. Fayette county in order to stop the sale Mr. and Mrs. Fogle will make their to coke workers of beer in Ijegs and home on his Casey county farm, where barrels. It is not proposed to cut off the best wishes of their many friends the supply of malt liquors, but to sell will always be with them. them only by the glass, which will State Wide Prohibition. make the acquisition of a jag more laEvangelist J. B. Harris was here last borious than it is now, when the coke worker, on receiving his pay, annexes Saturday and Sunday in the interest of himself to a keg. State Wide Prohibition. He delivered several addresses and preached Sunday If present plans don't miscarry, morning and evening at the Methodist Memphis will be selected as the general church to good audiences. A Stateheadquarters of the different Confed wide movement has been launched for organizations and a suitable the purpose of getting the next Legisrate building will be erected to serve as a lature to submit an amendment to the A movement constitution of Kentucky prohibiting Confederate museum. with this end in view was inaugurated the sale and manufacture of alcoholic at a meeting of N. B. Forrest Camp, liquors for beverage purposes. It is Sons of Veterans, following announce- the plan of the leaders to organize loment of the selection of Memphis as cal associations in all the townj and permanent headquarters of that organ- villages of tho State, who shall ization by the Executive Council in erate with the leaders of the move Montgomery. Invitations win do ex- ment. In joining the local organization tended to the veterans' associations and a membership fee of $1 is paid and this in money goes to carrying forward the the various auxiliaries to the undertaking. work. Twpnty organizers are at work in different parts of the State and sucTwenty-tw- o persons were killed by automobiles in New York City dur- cess is crowning their efforts. Mr. Har ing October, and scores of others were ris is one of these organizers. He sein memberwounded. Think of this before you cured a number of names d cash for an ships and will return in about two spend your weeks to perfect an organization. Evauto. ery friend of State wide prohibition is IK NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. urged to join in this united effort to abolish the Baloon and distillery from John A. Heron, aged 60 and for the State. Tho movement is solely for Citimany years connected with the this purpose. It is this union of all parzens National Bank of Danville, is ties, creeds and clans that has brought dead. prohibition to the States that are now Mrs. Mary C. Carter died at her enjoying this boon. The general offhomo in Parksville. Death was due to icers of this organization will be anShe was nounced so6n. Mrs. Beauchamp, an attack of pneumonia. of about 50 years of age. Lexington, who has done more than In a fight between Josh Chitwood and any man or any other woman for temJoe Duncan, near Stearns, Duncan perance in Kentucky, is one of the received pistol wounds from which he prime movers of this enterprise, as is hardly expected to recover. president of the W. C. T. U. of KenFrancis Gilreath and Jasper North tucky. The plan is to have a large were brought to Williamsburg from number of representative men visit Covington. They are accused of break- Frankfort during the session of the ing Into Davis clothing store and the Legislature and to have some of the postofllce three weeks ago. ablest men of this section there also, to The sixteenth annual meeting of the make addresses and otherwise aid in National Fox Hunters' Association con- getting this desired legislation. It is vened at Lawrenceburg Monday. More also desired to flood the Stale with than one hundred men and women temperance or prohibition literature. from over the United States are at- The enemies to prohibition are thortending. oughly organized and its friends believe Mitchell Taylor, tho stave and cross that a successful fight can only be made tleHring of this city, has fust closed a by Bolidlv organizing. deal with the Baltimore & Ohio to furA Friend of the Cause. nish $120,000 worth of cross ties between this date and the first of next Young Girls Are Victims. July. The ties are taken from Mr, of headache, as well as older women, Taylor's timbered estate near Athol, in but all get quick relief and prompt Breathitt county. -- Advocate. cure from Dr. King's Now Life Pills, A case unprecedented in tho annals tho world's best remedy for sick and of Jessamine county was tried in tho nervous head aches. They make puro circuit court when the suit of Mrs. Hes- blood, and strong nerves and build ter Young and others against Matt Young, an Insane man, for $20,000 dam- up your health. Try them. 25a at ages was tried. Matt Young killed Penny's Drug Store. Deputy Sheriff Logan Young, the husW. R. Scott, late of the Louisville band and father of the plaintiffs, in December of last year. lie was insane Times, has bought an interest in the at the time and ia now in the asylum. Third District Review, the republican organ of Warren county. They were awarded $11,000. BERT, well-know- n two-thiry co-o- p hard-earne- Tuesday. Tho groom Is nn industrious, clever young farmer and his bride is both pretty and popular. She is n daughter of Mr. ond Mrs. C. Mobley. Handsome engraved invitations have been received by their many friends for the approaching marriage of Miss Emma Virginia, tho pretty and popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weldon Warren, toJMr. Charles Freder-i:- k Garnctt. well and favorably known hero. Tho wedding will toko place at the Warren homo on East Main street at 2:30 Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 24. Mr. Samuel Walton Soveranco and Miss Ollie Seaman were married in Louisville nt 6 o'clock Wednesday evening by Eld. Joseph Severance, of Frankfort, a brother of tho groom. The wedding occurred in the pretty homo which Mr. Severance had already furnished. Only a few close friends aid Htock Dry floods. Notion", Orocerles, llnrtlware, Tinware, Ac.; nlmut WW. I'O' trig fnlr business l.lliernl terms. 0. ft. HAUiUH.l'rnli Orchard. Ky. FOR RENT nrtlfttoli) acres ilersonvlllp, N.O. I Kor 110 my farm of M acres nt t'rnli Orcli of lint tolmrro Intnl. Iml mice tor corn, tnemliiw nnd pnsttire. Kor further Inforiuntlon call on ,J. ward Moore . tjrnb Orchard, Ky,, or nddrt-sme at Hen CIIAH.1I.HINOI.RTON. I FARM FOR RENT Mv fnrm of l.JInrret. TO of which Is clenrfd acrvs are land. It for rent privately. sowed in Brass, remainder for cultivation, corn and tobacco on inures. In Untdml Hchool district. 11ns dwelling of six rooms, two stone chimneys, two lire, places, stock bnrnnnd tolmcco imrnnnd other outbuild ings. W. M. MDHritr, King Mountain, Ky, 1' Auctioneer I I offer my serv ces to the people of Lin coin county as an nuctloneer, Kntlsfnctlon cunrnntev.1. II. W. McWIIOllTKIl. Mcreianu, rty, it. r. 11 .iu i f3 S erors o as re 6-- n 1 o ,111 0 CO aa sr f C m Hi r o s" en r C3 w S r v. a: c o n oo O c5 0) SJ S3 H e n 2 b o Fruit And Ornamental Trias KverythlnR for Orchard, t.nwn den. Ontaloguoon Application. ! 3 in anl flar a o No Agents. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, w c) OBI Lexington, Ky, PUBLICSALE OF AH creditors of the Huntington Produce Feed Co.. of Huntington, W. Vti are hereby notified to present their claims concern, At "ULKNBUKNIE on TUES- against said law, to the properly proven n undersigned assignprovided by DAY, NOV. 23, 1009. Convey- ees, at their oince In llurnslde, Ky , within ) dajs from tLedate Ueriol. ances both at Stanford and Danville LOVKTTA KVANH, Asslgniees. Free of Charge for parties coming !atedat llurnilde, Ky.,riepi.i, iKu. teM'ctl at VI from distance. Lunch o clock, bale begins at 1 r. m. A Shorthorn Cattle! , Creditors' Notice I MENS UNDERWEAR Nothing a man wears is more necessary or should be more particular in selecting than his The Fnrmers Drug Co.. of Lawrenceburg, has iilaced Kureka Tonic on sale at L. han ders.Crah Orchard, and J D. Horton, Miun- loru. lnis ionic is 10 i innen in u nan Ine ton wine glass full three times a du. phslelans In It Is prescribed by the the State, (iuarnnteed to cure itonmcli. Mild on troubles. whose nnmes nppcnr below, strictly lUer and kidneynext county Willi We. court da,Uet forbid bunting, tlshlng or nny kind of tres- thebstreets here passing on our places and will prosecute vi II, their salesman. Dr. II. olators to the f ull exivnt oi tne law. Miss Mattlo Hewes, ltelrhenbach lljot A. T. Tray lor, r rea iinuuiniin, N. II. I'luinmer, I.llhuraUooch, H. V. Nunnelley. Will Hester. llaughman J.W. I'eck. J. W. llruce, Lincoln Lodge So.m F..t A.M. will meet David Htevens, J. K. In stated communication on each first nnd Wm.Cordter. Camenlscb. JohnTray third Monday nights of each mouth, nt Jam M. O. Klmore. Dun lor, o'clock In their ball on main streeet, Htau-forFred Handorf. OotllbOllck. Ky. Members of sMer lodges are J, J. Thompson Mr.andD.M.Anderson.Kads Invited to be present. T. W. Pen11. Mrs. Jas. J. K. Moser, nington, Pec. Mrs. N.J. Horton A. Kiinia Mrs. Oeo. Logan Klllott. J.J.K. IJBUgherty, Frank Cortller. W. Dr. O. O. I'erry, Iter. Father Leo, . H. II. llaughman, II. W. Oalnes, A. I. Itoot. Uriah Albright. (Jooch Jncob (lander Mrs. Margaret Now Llvorv W. H.Traylor lieo. O. Oheni, Dopot Stroot, John Jnfer. Sam HoUrts. M.J. Hofmann, Amend Hchaefer, Phono 90, A. It. Matheny K.T. Iteailey 1.. H. Garner. Mrs. J. II. Owsley, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 11. 1.. Fagaley, M.J. Morgan, K.O.Wutktns, M. T. Harris, J. O. Hundley. Good, It. H.Crow. O. K. McClurc, Mrs. Nannie 1J. SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGl Anton Itonecker. Anderson Carr. W. M. lMsuon, Fred Vondruenlgnn Mrs. Kate Ador NEERING. i 1.. imuKumnu. Mrs Rebecca It. Carpenter NIc (Him. W. Kopatz, .M. r. ijtwrence, JohnH. Lee. I. bevlers, t am prepared todo nil kinds of surveying Tom Ferrlll, Ohrlstlan Jacob, and civil engineering promptly. My work Fred layk. W. W. l'ltman, will to guaranteed and my prices are rea J. Nevln Carter. Alex Cooper, at .MCKinuey or can me Mrs. W. O. Welch, sonable, write methrough K. II. bflnbam, over the telephone the Hustonville w. u. woocn, II. U.Anderson, Kxchunge. T. A. Itlce. (iuilieHil. WALfKIt McKINNF.Y. Camenlscb, Chris Itruhvn Curtis, nnsiey ppooonruora JnmesHmlth, iA. I., carter, i liner, W. l'.Hrlmes. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNII. W. Oalnes. W. M. Fields' J. I.. HolUCInw, It. i:.(nlnes. ! 2. II. P. HAWKINS, Stanford, Ky., R. H. No. NOTICE! POSTED. J.t.ald, MASON'S MEET. B. CARTER, Underwear for Winter. , The ever ready and popular 50-cegarment we always carry in both fleeced and ribbed. nt Wright's Wool Fleeced at $1.00 a garment is the most popular gar- -. TY FOR SALE Bring1 Your A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on newpUenear 1'otnt Ieavrll and six miles south of Lancaster, containing 3U neres, well located In good neighborhood, being part of theJohn waiter tract, wltbu hand seven-roosome new, residence thereon, with all necesMirroutliiilldlngsand good, new burn 40x0). Well watered, six never falllui: sDMncs and creek running tnrougn. cosh In hand. balance one and Tr km two years from day of sale, bearing six per cent interest until paid loosin g for such place please write or see W.O. WALKKK.Htanford. two-stor- ., ment on the market today. UNION SUITS are becoming more popular each season and we have them at $1 a suit, a very servicable one too. Then comes the standards, the ideals in men's perfect underwear, "COOPER'S RIBBED" and "ROYAL SILK PLUSH." Here are two garments that never draw up nor fade; perfect in shape, beautiful in color and never scratch you at $2 for Cooper's and $3 per suit for silk plush. Printing To NOTICE! The INTERIOR Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End Insurance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, Ilustonvillc, Ky. H. J. McKOBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. G. L. Penny R. II. Coffey K. IX. Colcmnu JOURNAL Office Rheumatism I hare found toattal Not, triad and totted1, .ear .tor & remedy that win stnmjnuo u hub ui7 listened UBiM oi earooio cnppise, norImpossible, rrowths back to Stab spin. That Is bat I can now sursly klQ U pals and pane of Osplorahle dlinsne. this la Germany with a Chemist la the City el Darmstadt I found the last ingredient with Whlcb Dr. fboop'l Kbeumatio Remedy was mad a perfected, dependable prescription. Without that last lacredlut, I successfully treated many, many cases of Rheumatism I but now. at last, It curst all curable cases of this heretofore much dreaded disease. Those taad-UI raaular waste, found la Kheumstle. Blood seem todutolr away uodr th action of this remedy a and pat freely a doe luaar when added to pun water. And then, whendlttolTed. the polsonou wastes freely past tram the system, and the causa oi Kheumatltm li tone forever. Thsre It now no real need-- no actual excuse to suflsr loojsr without help. We hU. and la oandaao recommend 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 Best Work Lowest- Prices tj.jtteaVJ Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy PENNY'S DRUG PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky, ." STORE. Jk ' W." '"f ri.i biiii)iiiiiii ,(iiJt i immmmmmirm1?;' Special Suit Offer. Wo have made n special price on n number of $18 to 822 Tnilor Suit i. - New Mercerized ! New ! ' fi Special price, 30c. 3 T. W. Humble YV. Altomnn, n new wash fabric, looks like silk, wenrs better. (for rcmnindci you buy. of Novcmlicr) of only 810. Look at thews before Black, Navy, Alice, Roc, Green, Hclio. r SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. For nice holiday presents go to Mueller's Jowelry store. Fob presents that aro beautiful and Btanfoiw, Kt., - Nov. 12, 1000 lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. Chrysanthemums at GOc per dozen SOMB (jreat barcalns In box paper are with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. bclnir, cloned out to mako room for now child of Eugene A itock at l'enny'a Drug Store. section, Hutchison, of tho Highland died of diphtheria Wednesday. PERSONALS. JF.SSF. A. Manning is putting up a Mn. W. S. EwnnY was !n Lexington neat cottage on the lot on Whitley Wednesday. Georgo Mb. G. L. I'EMNY apent aovcral days Avenue ho recently bought of TiinEE-YEAR-O- & SON. m s STANFORD KY. L. It. Hughes O. Martin Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- - J Fire destroyed much fence and grass tv farm of tho valuo of $20,000 to $30.- - on the farm of Col. Isaac Shelby in the 000. Address Lock Box 201, Stanford, Shelby City section. Ky. m The wife of Morgan Uaughman, colored, died of dropsy in Louisville and her remains were brought hero yesterday and interred. . Bronzo Fob Sale -- Thoroughbred Turkeys, I'ckin Drakes and Whito Cockerels. Mrs. James N. Cash, Turncrsville. Phono No. 99-2115-acr- Those who fail to pay their taxes in tho Crnb Orchard graded school district by Dec. 1 will bo advertised. Geo. W. Bronaugh, Treasurer. Hon. W. II. Shanks, who has just been to the Legislature without opposition from Lincoln county, was here in conference with Hon. W. F. Kiair. Mr. Shanks is a candidate for speaker of tho House and says tho encouragement he has received from the membership makes him feel that he will bo elected. He made a splendid reputation as an active and useful member In the last body. Lexington Ga- LADIES' SUITS, ETC. to Wo have just rcceivcil n line of Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Cloaks; nlso Children's Coat. Ladies' Suits from 87.50 to 820. Misses' and Ladies' Coats from 83.50 to 813.50. Farm For Sale. farm on Dix river, four miles North of Stanford Hon. W. H. Shanks was In Louis-vlll- o cot and near Hubblo. Improvements fairly Fob Tuesday. tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo- good and splendid new barn. J. F. d Mr. It. H. Tettus, of Somerset, gan avenue. I'rlco and terms to suit Iligney & Son, Stanford. friend here. Reynolds. Probably the last foot ball game of zette. was purchaser. Cicero MB. C. T. BOIION, of Lebanon, Talk with mo before buying a type- the season on tho giadcd school grounds In town this week. This and That. will be played this afternoon, boMaster Morgan Smith Uaughman writer, and see samplo at my home. T here ginning at 3 o'clock. The preparatory Riddell, of Town Marshal Louis A. Urackctt, local agent for Standard la III with diphtheria. department of Central University Bloomfield, shot and killed two Negroes, Mrs. J. H. TUCKBR is In Lexington Typewriter Exchange, New York. eleven and tho high school team will who had knocked him down and were attending the Jackson meeting. For Kent. Place I now livo on in beating him. Mrs. Jesse Walter Is visiting her Mtllcdgevllle. Contains 25 or 30 acres lock horns. A Madison named sister, Mrs. Turner. In Jessamine. To Printers. This office has for sale Moody, cut his county farmer and set Mill place. and known as Old Gibson throat Mrs. Nannie Harper, of Junction Will rent for 1910. Walter W. Owsley, a lot of display and body typo which has fire to his home. wife'sthen took carbolic He City, is tho guest of Mrs. S. J. Hell Millcdgcvllle. been used very little, a medium sized acid and died. Tamme, who is attending Miss Mary imposing stone, a lot of cases, and sev Ernest Roberts and Burton E. SouthDR. J. T. LAP3LEY, of Danville, who cral cone pulleys. business college at Danville, was at Will go cheap if sold ard, former cashiers of the failed Dorr-streSavings Bank, of Toledo, O., is now in tho 91t year of his age, cast at once. home Sunday. Interior Journal office, were nrrested on the charge of perjury. Mrs. Lewis HoUKNF.aml children, of his 70th ballot last Tuesday week. Dr. Stanford, Ky. Hans Wagner and John "Dots" Jessamine, aro with Mrs. It. C. White Lupslcy is the oldest living graduate accepted You arc cordially invited to see Bus- Miller, of the Pirates, have The two End. College. Ho was gradfrom Centre in tho East an oiler to go on the stage. ter Hrown and his famous dog "Tlgo" world's champions will receive $500 a Corbin, was here uated in the class of 1839. June. II. Keh. of at Walton's Opera House at 10 A. M , week for a little sketch with a vaudeWednesday returning from a visit to Miss Kate Newland delightfully and 3 r. M., Saturday. An ville company, and will start on the Hustonville. his sons at trip in tho An exhibition returned to Lex- entertained the teachers and pupils of Interesting entertainment without a at handball near future. main feature of Mns. C. L. Carter wilt be graded school at tho noon hour cent's cost. A souvenir to nil who at- the programme. the ington yesterday after a visit to her the Monday by playing a Hach program in tend. Come as our guests. Cummins parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hoot. a Miss Newland Is a & Wcaren. to rePenny guarantees was tho hos- tho auditorium. Miss Francis Metcalf Friday young artist of much promise. lieve stomach dUtress in fire minutes, n six o'clock dinner tess at Although defeated for the office of and to permanently cure indigestion. evening In honor of Mr. Jack Metcalf. For selling whisky in Stanford, Sheriff, there are no sore spots on me. Stops belching gas and heaviness in.. ArlvrwiitG. Anderson Carr, colored, was fined $100 I am exceedingly grateful to those who stantly. Large Box, 50c ii.Dj iv up Lewis,- of Turners- - and given 30 days in jail at his trial in helped mo by work and at ton Mm vote and shall vlllc, Is visiting her relatives here, the Federal court at Richmond. Tho await impatiently the opportunity to Completing his 13.000 mile journey Mrs. J. II. President Miss Jennlo Hocker and jail sentence was for some reason sus- return their kindness. I am proud of through the West and South. Wednesday In Washington Baughman. pended. A few moro such fines might tho vote I got and the efforts of my Taft arrived Harts-vlllnight. Mr. nunDETTF. Hamsey. of deter tho blind tiger operators. Let friends in my behalf. Sam. J. Bell. Tho little Candy Cold rtire Tablets Ind., passed through Wednesday tho ofllcer get busy and others will Gar-raWm. P. Logan has sold to B. D. and called I'reventlcs, will in a few hours returning from a business trip to feel tho weight of the law. county. J. W. Holtzclaw his farm of 210 acres, safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe. published at u portion of the Owsley form nt Wal- Try them! THE Democrat-GazettSic. Sold by Penny's Horn, to the wife of Sam Ilobinson, L.- -TK. mnthrr ! - lioinC niC- MeKinney, Texas, says that at tho nut Flat, at $105. The handsome resi- Drug Store. -. nuuuKiuci. Mr. Logan bought )y and the clever father is by odds the State Fair Joe II. Muryhy, son of Mr. dence is included. W. II. Murphy, of this county, was the the place a little over two years ago at kannlnit man In town. TURKEYS FOR SALE! Mae Hackley Waters, of largest money winner on saddle horses. $90. Mr. L. R. Hughes, the hustling mi (lotiblers nnd lien of tho LbiiiktiIoii A Miss Jane Ho got $030, Garrard Chief and Prince real estate man, made the last deal for Danville, was the guest of f'ongvr noil Owi'tnV lliirU-- itruln for sale. TlioroiiKlitiri'cl bronze, Inrim Uino and Iwnu- Mr. James Imperial and their get wcro the bread Mr. Logan. Tammo Saturday. Mm. v. r. insno, tllui piumace. of Danville, was also thcirgucst winners. Mr. Murphy's horses got 18 it. u. i.miimciru. ruonttn-x- . Those who will take part in the family have ribbons out of tho 20 awarded. Mn. J. II. Otter and Thank Offering for the Christian Church from tho F. Keid farm to Mr. m ! The country homo of Dr. Hugh Rcid Orphans in their home in Louisville are and tho farm on Dix river mado came near burning a few days ago. requested to bring their offerings to the Ooer Hotel, nt CmbOrchnnl. nltn itorc mny frionds tho excellent family John Owsley Reid, who was at home Christian church next Sunday morning rex in juti ucrosi ttrrot, wltli ot oHIce nrn .addened by their oeimnuru, nnd it rott'iiie or uttlcv rear and turn them over to tho treasurer, rooim. All tuwMiry outlullUliiK. of throe alone, discovered a blazo in the Mr. HoiiertC. Saufley, who has portion of tho building and at once telMKH.OlMtTIHOOVnit. Mrs. W. M. Bright, who will forward been in Arizona for several weeks, CritbUrcliurd, Ky. neighbor, Mr. J. D. Eads, them at onco. Don't forget this imHarrodsburg last week. Ho ephoned his to scene portant matter. Kob- - who with his sons hurried to tho and Mrs. Saufley and Mr. John S. in extinguishing tho flames. ...sii u.vn In nhmit 10 days for and assisted Eads tells TllEladiesof the Presbyterian church, Mrn.NornQoodltnlght'a fnrmon Dnnvllle future home. It was u narrow escape, Mr. Arizona to mako their grndrd vcliool; at us. The damage will amount to $100 to Hustonville, will hold their Annual .Menue for rent for lvlO.nrnr Urge hnrn nnd unfnlllnK cittern nnd pond; Mr. Saufley has mining interests Bazaar Saturday, December 11th, from good bouse nnd outlioiuet. Hen lr. $150. - I'arker and is also Interested in real ca- home on Lnncatr high noon to 10:30. The night feature Aivuue nt her townpmce. oiu rniei Kcpuuncan, IT Is practically conceded that Wll tato will be given to young and old. A Ham Cromwell, of this city, will not social function long to be remembered. LOCALS. have opposition as clerk cf the Senate, Many surprises will be sprung that will M. Alverson, of btan Mr. J. One story cot tune of nil Next month is Xms; see the line of and thatleader In the race for assistant keep you guessing. Dont miss this nrcetsnry outbuildings.eight rooms nnd one Lot contains ford, Is W. H. Mueller, the jeweler. ncre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy high class function. clerk of tho Senate, says a Frankfort i bum, buggy lioiike, corn crib, etc. (lood m ' ii gnrden tH)t.Tlils Is ii desirable place, locnt-v- i If vou aro looking for fresh oysters dispatch. Ills Senator, Mr. R. L. Hub on corner of Wbltleynnd Miller streets, Sound tho cymbals. Dink Farmer rcstau ble, Is tho real hero of the last election and celery go to J. D. Horton'a A. II. HOLTZOLAW, Htanfonl, Ky. has been elected jailer of Lincoln as ho carried the district, which Is nor county. Ho has been a candidato in good majority an trot nil tho incrcdients for mally republican, by n every primary for the Democratic G. D, and will likely get whatever he asks in nomination slnco the Civil war and that Thanksgiving black cake at BATl'HIUY.NOV.lS IOJ9. way of officials. tho his highest ambitions were realized I will at the Alice Cloyd place, 1 miles Hooner'a. froniTuruersvllle, on Htanfonl A Huston-vlll- e Joseph Smith, aged 75, last Tuesday. He has tho reputation SMtTH.-- Mr. pike, sell n lot of personalty as follows; house on Logan For RENT.-Ha- rrls having shaken hands with more 10 or uncres 01 1 corn, uuoui nv unies ui any. mure, I & Avenue for 1910. Possession given at died at the homo of his son. Mr. John of Icownndcnlf, 1 good 4yeur-olhorse, lightning hny press, I Smith, in the East End Tuesday and people and kissed moro babies than yenr-olonce. A. T. Nunnelley. w agon. tcullhntors. X turning plows. was burled in Buffalo cemetery Wednes- any man in tho grand old common Terms made known on dny of sule. Hule to beglunt 2 o clock, i umi i im in mv ofnee every day In day after funeral services at the Bap- wealth. Advocate. J.M.McCOHMAOK Ik. to.V frnm fl A. u. to 3:30 r. M. in tist church by Rev. R. B. Mahony. Some fiend In A Diabolical Deed. the future. A. S. Price, dentist. Mr. Smith's wife died a number of FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. human form who ought to be doing will havo a salo of years ago but two sons, Messrs, John time In hades fed Paris green to a Mr. V. B. Morse Contains UO acres, best tobacco Innd In Smith, and a daughter, Mrs. the countr. It miles from McKlnnev. Will his household and kitchen furniture at and James left to mourn the bunch of 900 lb. cattle belonging to Mr. sell or rent. Has two dwellings, one of four Huatonvlllo beginning at 12:30 Satur- Sallie Sutton, are W. Gill Cowan, of the West End, and rooms ana me oiner oi two rooms, two loss of a kind and indulgent father. of nearly Mil day, Nov. 20. See "ad" next Issue. 19 of them have died. Several others orchards hold 1U acres trees. Tobacco burn of tobnoco cheapest that will Deceased was an exceedingly clever farm In Kentucky at pricui Found, on Stanford and Hustonvllle old gentleman and his many friends sor- will die. A valuable brood mare be U.n.HKAWNKK. pike, a handbag or pockot book con- row that he is no longer among them. longing to Mr. Cowan, also got someof MeKinney, Ky. the poison and died. Tho financial taining some money and other articles. Paroled. Tho State Board of Prison loss exceeds $1,000 but that is of secon ! Owner can get same by paying for this paroled R. E. L. dary consideration. What bothers Mr. notice. D. U. Moore, Stanford, Ky., Commissioners has Bcrving a scntenco of eight years Cowan and his friends is that ho has Sims, Having sold my farm at Hedgevllle, Ky., It. P. D. No2. miles in the penitentiary for killing John R. an enemy who would rosort to such Smiles from DunWIIeandpike, I from I on the Liuicuster will sell to fellow Underwood, who stabbed Farris some four years ago. The Ho had underhanded methods to get revenge. the highest and best bidder, on JuncConductor Ashby on his train at 1WW, WKUNKBDAY.NOV.IO. Tho commissioners Five cattle on his farm died last year served two years. tion City some two weeks ago, had his also paroled Faulkner Kennedy, who from eating Paris green, however, only beginning ut 10 o'clock A. M , the following properlyt St examining trial at Danvitlo and was was given 21 years for participation In two of thorn belonged to him. Friends describedacres of hemp ncres of corn In the In shock, n lot of shock, young: S 3 Jersey milk cows, Tho held over to the grand jury. Shupes In the East of Mr, Cowan, and they are many, are clover hn,heifers, Jersey, 1 nil tho killing of James wennllntr wounded man is gutting along nicely. heifers, Jersey; also 3 harness mares; 1 Gov. up in arms about the treatment of that jvnrllug End about three years ago. . inure colt, sired by Dr. Muntou; 1 S earllng colts, two Mr. Samuel Dudderar, road super- Willson commuted the scntenco to clever gentleman and if tho scoundrel byllraut mule: suckling Hllver Tip. sired by Also Ken- who administered tht poison is caught, x cutting MunlcaLoue barrows, cultivators, t wbeut has on exhibition at the Lincoln three years a few months since. visor, and nedy has had typhoid fever and Is In tho chances aro that ho will be drills a lot it lot of other mnchluery ami of household goods. Including u County National Bank several ears of tools! Sims and roughly handled. Mr. Cowan has of- full dining room set of furniture, etc. blue corn, which aro a curiosity to our bad health. Both Messrs. Terms liberal and made known on day of $500 for the arrest sale. farmers. The grains are almost as Kennedy arrived here on the Kentucky fered a reward of Dinner will bo furnished on the grounds. Sims is in and conviction of the perpetrator of blue'u Indigo, while the cobs are of a Central Monday night. Mr. J.H.HUrOHINGsJ, the cruel deed. fine health. T.I, English, Auct. In Cincinnati. D. Florence. SAi.n.-Hcau- tlful five-roo- Children's Coats from 81.75 to 83.50. We invite your inspection. Don't forget that we represent two of tho best tailoring concerns in the country for men and gunrantee fit, quality nnd price. vis-Ite- :J s J mm HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., et Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. BOILED DOWN, All Ml-o-n- to come and buy. BUT THERE'S a whole lot of Advertising is an invitation c. difference in it anyhow. after-thoug- ht n! e, -- C- OUR FALL STOCK is here to show and the buying from it may be an only if you like our showing. Otherwise we don'f want your r, m nir' w FOR SALE money. THOSE $15.00 Suits and those Overcoats and Raincoats well they tell their own tale. i W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Small Farm For Rent! (lood-knig- To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle g HOME FOR SALE! and Adjacent Counties. Wo have secured the skating rink building for a salesroom for leaf tobacco in tho hand and will be ready to begin sales as soon ns tobacco is sufficiently cured for market and will bo able to offer you as good market as you will find elewhero at a reasonable cost. Wo havo assurance that buyers representing tho largest manufacturers nnd dealers in the U. 6. will be represented in Danville, thus insuring tho highest market prico to tho grower. Call and seo us before disposing of your tobacco. ' PUBLIC SALE! d d two-hor- The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse, GEO. COGAR M. G. MURPHY. it CO., Proprietor, Danville, Ky. J. W. ACTON. PUBLIC SALE After spending last week on the city market, wo are now receiviug our general line new goods and aro ready to show you tho brightest, of merchandise ever offered in this section and at very modest prices. Ou Saturday night Oct. SO our books will closo and on November 1st our terms will bo cash to ono and all. 60 those wanting to tniy merclundiso instead of timo will find it to their interest to call uud see us. Tho following are a few Any child's shoe 10 to 15o off tho regular prbe; any of our reduced prices: misses' shoo 15 to 20c oil tho regular price; any boys shoo 15 to 25c off; any ladies' shoo 15 to 35c oil; any men's shoo 20 to 45c off; nil men's pants 25u $1 off regular price; men's heavy $1 overalls 04c; 50c overalls 47c; men's. $1 hats 75c; 82 hats 81.50 and so ou. Moro next time. So como and see us. as wo can show you better thou wo can tell you. MURfH Y a ACTON j Tho Cash Bargain 8tore, Kings Mountain Ky deep red. CWHfUri ! " ' -- m ipNfriT a tv 4 ra t FARMER'S DEPARTMEHT. Carlisle will have a big tobacco fair on February 22, J. D. Eads sold to M. J. Farris 30 Mntertdinth Fotl'Offlce at Stanford a cattle at 3fc. tMonA-cUimattrr. Sow and pigs for sale, good stock, T. G. Bruce, Junction City. Senator R. L. Hubblo's T. M. Green No. 11, Kouth, lltSS r. M. won again nt Latonta Tuesday. A M. No.Sl.KOUth.llWB No. 14, North, 4 140 A. M, J. P. RIlTe. of the West End, bought No, ll. North, 8:17 r. m. 36 cattle of various parties at IJc No. 17, 10:47 a.m. No.W,l:4DP. M, John B. Foster has sold his crop of about 30,000 pounds of tobacco at 15c. JOS. S. RICE, Agont. The net receipts of tho State Fair this year were $19,360, an Increaso of tO.QOG over thoso of last year. Dark roan steer, weight about COO Surgoon Dontlst, pounds, Is at my place. Owner can get STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. him by paying for this notico ana his keep. S. M. Brown, Stanford, R. F. Office ovoV McRoberU' Drug Store in D. No. 2. tho Owsley Building. E. C. McWhorter, of Paint Lick, told .3 Joe Jordan, IS mules and ono horso The Interior Journal. To Tell a Hoiks' Age. Horn For Sale! I desire lo sell nrlratelr mr residence In Crab Orchard. Ilou.eof eliht rooms nnd an acre of land. Abundant outbuildings and all In good repair. !,ocntmt In local op tion sown wnere n rochi graiieu acnooi runs nine months. Abundant water of the best variety. Una third cash nnd bnlanca In on and two years at A percent. Dll. W.M. IXXMIKH, Crab Orchard, Ky, To tell the age ol any hone, Inspect the lower iiw. ol course: The lis front Irrlh the Isle will tell. And every doubt and lear dispel. d L. &N. TITOETHBLE Two middle nippers you behold uriore ine cow is iwo wccki ow; Eight months the corners cut the gum. Uriore eight weeks Iwo more hare come. The outside grooves will dissppear r rom middle Iwo in just one year. In Iwo years from the second pair In three years "corners'' too are bare. K Harry Jacobs, Dealer In nnd Manufacturer ofj A. S. PRICE, At two the middle "Nippers" drop; At three the second pair can't stop; When four years old the third pan goes. At fire a full new set he shows. Marblo and Granite Monu- Tnedeep black spots will pass from At six years from the middle Iwo; The second pair at seren years: At eight the spot each corner cleats. From middle "Nippers" upper jaw view ments, Vases and hettees. OHlco nud works, Ky. Markers and Posts, Cemetery and Ijswn h2. rv IW isr ?v- .. a.. aaaH tiliiA rfrnil tm..u. land, lying one mite North of McKinney,ot; Jt?nclnn:KOcxl; plonty of witter ami fruit Aliu . ncrva ui tiiii"'rt-- mini vm. y.Attofa MoKInnoyA :hnlf AAA n tlrfjfence; plenty under U(tt If nift'l a Atn -" VI wnirr a m1 ..& a iiu kwu wi,vii . J.A.aiVKNH.Agent. McKlnney. Ky. . 4 , FARM FOR SALE - I Fall and Winter Stock. measure tnkon by IIsts your Then your clothes, n tnllor of hethern low prlen business suit or the finest evening 1,020-poun- d clothes, will have thnt Individuality nnd lit which plainly Indicate they were mnde to yonr measure. 1 will nlio take your mens-ar- e for extra trousers, fancy vests, top cate. Knll touts' nnd overcoats. for yourand Winter F. Rcid was In Inspection. samples on hand ready II. O. nUPLKY. The Tailor, county court last Ky. Htanford, At nine the black snots will w ithdiaw. The second pair at 10 are bright; tlerec hnds the comers light. for$2,G75. C. C. McClure sold Mr. As lime roes on the horsemen know grow; Jordan four mules for $510 and J. Wado The oal teeth They longer get pro)ecl befoie Walker one for $200. Till twenty, when we know no mote. Four black shoats came to my farm WILLIS MORGAN, V. M. D. They now weigh about six months ago. 75 pounds. Owner can get them by It is tho woak nerves that are crypaying for this notico and their keep, ing out for help. Then help them, McKinney. K. L. Tanner, don't drug tho stomach or stimulate J. M. McGraw sold CO barrels of corn tho Hoartor Kidneys. That is wrong. to J. J. Cozatt, the Parksvillo miller, Vitallzo tbeso weaK insido nerves with Sheriff Coulter Dr. Snoop's Restorative and see how at $2.40 delivered. cattle from J. P. bought 49 fast good health will come to you RiiTe, of Hustonvilie, at $4.50. AdvoSold by again. Test It and see. three-nJe- d Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell prlrately my stock of Oro cerlesand Hardware. I)oln a good busi ness, will invoice about I,aj, I lemon III health. CIKO. I). HOPPKIl, (Stanford, Ky. f, Dr. Willis Morgan, Veterinary Hurgeon A - Dentist, 0 JJvOP CaiTOffiffinrHt Having sulTered considerable annoyance and damago from outlaws. In breaking Rate uown latcnes nnu tearingcounty ami iiestroying my sates, on the road that runs tbrouith my farm, I have concluded tourrer n rewaru iur information lecuins so iu conviction of such person or txrsons. I will therefore give the sum of IO for Infor tunium leading to i ne arrest ami conviction of any party or parties, that have broken the latches on any nf tny gates,or that lime sawed down or torn down any of my sates on the county road which runs join the tlustomllle turnpike to the Mllletlgetiile turnpike, through my farm; and 1 wtllglte the same amount for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of nny nrly or parties who In the future commit any of the The rock crusher is in this vicinity aliove offenses repairing is Will sell n Clothing, Hhoo nndOents' Furand a lot of Witness my band this loth day of AtiRU.t, l j. ii i i.i., nu. being done on the pikes under the capa nishing More, IncnteU In tho best town In iv v. lloyle county. A great opportunity for the We nre in position to do nil kinds of con- ble management of Wm. Cordier. right mini. .Stock will linolcx uhoul creting, such as lllock Work, Pavements J. R. Rigsby bought a sow and pigs Address M. J.,cnre Interior Journal, Htanand. In fact, we can mnke any thing from r koam down toft fence pott. Wo enn sserve of J. L. Kennedy for $20. W. P. White ford. yon promptly nnd gunrantee work nnd ninterlnl. (jail and get our prices sold 33 hogs to B. D. Holtzclaw at 42c I before you buy your material at least. J. M. Lunsford bought of J. W. Wilson bunch of hogs at 7c. F. F. Blanken- - Hm Iiir decided to locate el a here, I will of I'l sell prlvntely ship sold a mule to W. H. Cummins for acres, more ormy farm nt Highland good; less. Improeiiieiits $65. on place; good burn.xood orchStanford, Ky. J. II. ItlitullT. An energetic young farmer, of Point ard; well watered. Wnynesburit. Ky. Leavel, is calling regularly on one of our prettiest young ladies, and we have direct information that ere the snow flies and Christmas bells chime he will MAHONY lead his lady love to Hymen's sacred home-Brown Penny's Drug Store. Stanford attending Morfday. lie says Though money talks, 'tis safe to bet, the Nunnelleys have put up one of the Whate'cr it has to say, finest stock yards in the State, and It never has been known, as yet, CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! that there was much stock on the marlo give luseu uwiy, outtuss juau- 1 ean furnish the public with the best, as of cut flowers, plants nf ket Monday and that trading was live- zine. well as the freshest li: kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short ly. aotlce. Also make a specialty of wreaths Pains of women, head pains, or nny The crop reporting board of the Delor for funeral purposes. pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with In connection with the above, I have nil partment of Agriculture in a prelimkinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable inary report gives tho indicated total Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Sco L OIIRIHTMAXnilKEKIIOUfsEK. by production of corn for 1909 as 2,767,- - full formula on 25c box. Sold' Kb llDHIlAlU), l'KOIt. Htanford, Ky. 316,000 bushels against 2,663,651,000 as Penny's Drug Store. finally estimated last year, with tho lnsurts Tobacco and Tobacco quality as 84.2 per cent, as against I 86.9 last year. Barns. We ask the imtroiinau of our friends nnd tho avThe preliminary Nothing But Insurance. erage yield an acreestimate of is 807.7 neighbors Is for our selected. clenn,nursery thrifty stock. It cnrefullv of tobacco nnd well grown, l'rlces nre rvnsonnliln. AdJ.A.McKKK. pounds against 720.2 pounds as finally dress D. Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., ivy. estimated in 190S. A total production The Insurance Man. of 895,184,935 pounds is thus indicated STANFORD, KY. against 718,061,000 pounds as finally esResidence l'hone M: Office, M. timated in 1903. The quality is S6.7 with me and be fully Insure For House nnd Carriage fulntlntt nnd Trim per cent, against 87 9 per cent, in 1908. tiling. Paper llnngltig, (!uu und Locksmith protected. lug. Hliop opposite depot. J. J. l!m.nKN,Htnnfird, Ky PREACHERSVILLE. We arc now rcadv to Miow you one ol tho best lines of Men's, ami Cliildii'ii' Clothes over sliown the people fur tho lowest price. lino of Overcoats ami C'ravnncttes from 87.60 Phone No. M. Calls answered protuptly.day new ami or night. located nt II. D.Carter's I.lrery Good value. Come hi and let in show you. Am sure you will bo Ham. with this lino. Stanford, - Kentuclty, Youths AIw n to 820. j)leaod G. B. PRUITT. Moroland, Kontucky, New Full Lino Millinery SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Also Ivew most daily. Furniture now in. cominir in al G. B. PnuiTT, Mordant, Ky. NOTICE REWARD. ANYONE Can mix Coffee, but proper blending ami ing require year of experience. thought nuil tudy have made CJIASK "Seal Brand" Colleo what it the ni6.it dulioioiM oi all blctuR roast- Jesse Wearen, Many years of I it U SAX-HOKN- 'S J. J. BELDEN, FOR SALE! today, CONCRETING tlr.t-clns- II, lUgglns U the only plaw In town where you enn get it. much-neede- IU. HENRY FOR SALE PHILLIPS BROS., WATTERSON'S PAPER -- W. H. HIGGINS, store-hous- e Stanford, Kentucky. INSURANCE. R. B. J Q Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life, Live Stock, Health shrine. The school taught by Miss Emma Holtzclaw at this place will close Dec. 24. Miss Holtzclaw has taught a good school although the attendance has been small. Iva Thompson and Wil iiam and Henry Biankenship have been neither absent nor tardy so far this Dinwiddie & Weekly Courier Journal AND. Che Cincoin County national Bank OT I Stanford, Kentucky. Co. Capital, Surplus, The Interior Journal Resources, 3: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENTBOTH ONE YEAR FOB - $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 BRIGHT, CASHIER, J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST, CASH. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. W-- M. term. Fado Parks, our clever miller, had the misfortune to burn both of his hands in boiling linseed oil, while re pairing wagons. It will be some time before he can do manual labor again and we fear some of our people will have to go without hoecake in the meantime. John Hester, of Paint Lick, visited and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds given to losses which are paid without discount. a!sBBp5tefp53afc5is2'sBaVffV. J. B. PAXTON, Immediate attention Hustonvilie, Ky., Undertakers and Embalmers. We carry an line up-to-date ONLY $1.50. Few people In the United States have not l. (Democratic beard of the In all things, fair In all things, clean In all things, It Is essentially a family paper. II; a apcclal arrangement wa are enabled to ofL ode fer the WKEKLV jearand this paper for the price named above. Bend your subscription for the combination to us not tc the Oourler-Jou- r Courier-JournaCOUKIRK-OUU.NA- DIREOTORSf J. B.. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Ceo. John U. Foster, Stanford; J,L,Beazley&Co., J. Undertakers and Embalm art. Also Dealers in Fur aituro, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. Miss Lula M. Lunsford and family. Sprinkles, of Rowland, visited her sister, Mrs. L. F. Thompson. Mrs. Jemima Lawrence, of near Lancaster, visited Mrs. J. R. Rigsby. Miss Kath arine Melvin is the attractive guest of Miss Hallie Brown in Garrard. Miss Sarah Howard, who is teaching the Hobbs school, is spoken of in most complimentary terms by both patrons She is especially and pupils alike. painstaking with the least advanced pupils; each and every child is making good progress in their studies, while the deportment of the school is second to none. V. Carter, Stanford Slianits, staulonl; T. U. Kan- kin, Lancaster; J. Ii. Paxtou, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; It. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, l'rcacherevillc; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. w. ll. of goods. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Stoves and Ranges! 40 STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, 1 i Undertaker. Embalmor and lealer In. Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, thn... KY- ,H0IU 1'hOOS 1. It jears,1' declares Mrs. James for Duncan, of Haynesvlllo, Me,, "was Dyspepsia. I sutTered intensely after DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. oatlot,' or drinking and coulJ scarcely Held. J. II. Daughman. sleep. After many remedies had fail- I. S. Hocker, President:. M. D. Elmore, J. M. Petlui, ed and several doctors gave me up, I S. T. Harris, UaughmiDi ,, K. Cummlnli which cured mo tried Electric Iiltters, Joha J. McRoberts, Cashier; s T narri5i o0 c. Robinson. completely. Now I can eat anything. II. C. Baugbmaa. Ast. Cash'r W. 1J O'Bannon J. S. Hocker, I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to C. K.Tate. W.W.Saunders.DookUeeper. get my health and strength back again." For Indigestion, Loss of Appetite. Kidney Trouble, Lame Hack, renmle Complaints, It's unequalod. Only 60c at Penny's Drug Store. MR. FARMER: Make your homo as modern for your family as a city resilience, and nluco yourself iti a nositiou to get the latest market quotations Rev. V. T, Williams travelad over This cau be accomplished by means of our telenhoiio service, GO miles last Sunday, preached three at any time. and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with and received 21 into the which you sermons, received. Call or address our nearest office or writo direct to church, which would seem a pretty good the benefits ,'Fnr-men- .' headquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special Sabbath day's work for one who has Lino" rate. If vou aro not at nresout euioyiuir. telenhono service, we been In impaired health Ashland, Va., can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, Herald. m Misgisgitini. Louisiana and the Southern iwrtiou of Indiana and Robert P, Rout has been appointed 'lYiiniwa. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. postmaster at Marksbury, Garrard Illinois. (INOOHrOBATIIll county. 20 t; ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $215,500 Foo of 20 Years. Kills Her Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety "The most merciless enemy 1 had Dcposit.Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. Just received a large and well se- lected stock of each. See our new Range before you buy. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. LOW ROUND-TRI- P HOMESEEKERS TO FARES s RURAL TELEPHONES. The West, Southwest and Northwest 2 St. Louis WIIHOUI CHANGE. TKAINS DAILY TO 2 Hi! St. Louis TRAINS DAILY TO WITHOUT VIA 2 2 l CHAN0E. Ticket on Sato First and Third Tuesdays In each Month. Return Limit an Days from Pate of 8ale. lor Fare and Ipsclsl Dlntria Routs arranitmsntt.iut R. V. PKNN, T. I'. A. J. l OABDNliR. O. P. LOUIViM.l. KY. J m K'r -, . - At J. i. ,,,, r4t t- - 4 - istjfc .