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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 15, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909111501_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 15, 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. mfmmmmmfmmmmmmmmi tVT The Interiop Journal. ? OL. K XXXVII. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1909. MO. 70. I. i J 40 ' Jl NEWS NOTES. HUSTONVILLE. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. t. A driving snow storm fell kIn NorthSalem, has Mrs. Belle Floyd, Kirby Tenter has been appointed Postmaster at LoyJ, Garrard county, a severe case of grip. Hudson Bohon ern Nebraska Friday afternoon. Is viiitlne his sister. Mrs. Jeffcrs, in State University defeatediUTransyl-vnul- a vice, J. T. Hicks, roslftnod. 77 to 0 at Lexington)Saturday. ShcrilT IlroauMui arrested Charles Loulsvillo. Tenny, once a great race horse, died Bird hunters galoro aro hero to Davit In Madison on a warrant from the sacred precincts of Casey. at the farm of David Tenny Pulsifcr in Bell county, charging Stnto Troopi nroRunrdlne the Somer- Pittsburg. Pa., and even New York New York. In The head waiter nt Delmonico's set jull to prevent the lynching of havo representatives in tho crowd. James Tierce and son, Walter, who Tho Ilustonvlllo Hunting and Fishing New York has just died leaving an es killed Taylor Sullivan on election day. Club left Monday for their two weeks' tate of $500,000 Maj. E. W. Hawkins, aged 93Jyear, John Howsey, son of George Howscy, outing on tho banks of Green river. ajj lBUi LsUBsV 7 f?f' f ?3 r Xi f i i' itnBsBcd who was killed near Junction City Thero are several invited guests from thn oldest lawyer In Kentucky, died (at ago, was killed by a falling Danvillo, Covington and Cincinnati, be his honio In Newport. many years Frank Czolsgolz, brother ofJlthe an trea while coon hunting near Parks-vlll- aides Frank Ilohan, of Erlanger, and archist who killed president McKinlcy, Charles Cody, jjf Detroit, Mich. Miss Lula Mao Bruce, of Danville, is ia dead at Aberdeen, Wash. S. H. Urlnton, of Lebanon, and II. T. Grat, of Louisville, havo been In Dan- a guest of tho Misses Alcorn Mrs. J. W. Archbishop Uyan, of Philadelphia, ville figuring on establishing nn auto- Hughes, of Frankfort, who has a fino recently declared that football, as play mobile lino between that place and soprano voice, rendered a sole at the ed In America, is barbarous. Raymond Patterson, lor many years Junction City and also another line be- morning scrvico at the Christian church in a roost Impressivo manner. head of the Washington bureau of the Danvillo and Lancaster. tween In the Derby trial of fox hounds at She Is tho guest of her sister, Miss Lu- Chicago Tribune, is dead In Washing ton city. Lawrcnceburg Jack P. Chirm's Sal was la Cochran, at Hotel Weathcrford. Edward Hoff, a farmer, confessed at Sam Montgomery and Miss Stella awarded tho cup for speed and driving. Sal came first, Mr. Chinn's Lady sec- Hubble, the accomplished teacher of Indianapolis that he pushed his wife off ond and It. II. Crooks' Whit Lewis McKinney, were married recently. Leo a bridge. The body was recently found third. In hunting and trailing Whit Linthlcum, adopted son of the late J In White river Tilden Blanton and Ashford Joicph, Lewis was first, Sal second ond Lady W. Linthlcum, and Miss Eliza Brackctt In Noble were married Nov. G by Rev. John Ma- who killed Demosthenes third. In accord with its plan to provide son and are happily keeping house In Breathitt county on election day, were fifty counties with adequato warehouse the lato home of his father. The tirldu granted bail in $5,000 each. Walker Kennedy, for years editorial facilities, tho Hurley Tobacco and Insur- is from Garrard county, where sho has and writer of the Commercial-Appeaance Company approved conditionally many friends. John Purdom, who manages the loose ono of the most widly known newspaper tho purchase of tho Bonta Warehouso leaf tobacco warehouse at Moreland, men of the South, died suddenly at at Ilarrodsburg, with a capacity of pound, the purchase of two reports having bought half a million Memphis. By an explosion in the Hagley yard acres of ground at Lawrcnceburg and pounds at prices at 8 to 14c. The market has not fairly opened yet but it is of the Du pont Powder Co., near Wil five acres at ML Sterling. Fred Lake, a Mercer county convict, no unusual sight to seoa dozen wagons mington, Del , threo men were killed was pardoned and tho figure 13 seems standing in front of his place waiting and several injured. Two mills were to control every Important ovent in his to be inspected. Several million pounds destroyed. A suffragette armed with will como in from Casey, and Kussell lifo. Ho was born on tho 13th, was hi horse whip attacked Winston Spen committing an assault on his counties by Jan. 1st. of sister-in-laEngineer Matt Horton, who runs a cer Churchill at Bristol, England, and on tho 13th, was arrested on the 13th, tried and convicted on the train between Frankfort and Paris, it was only after a struggle that she 13th, sentenced to 13 years In the pen- proved himself a hero Inst week. Be- was restrained. The hurricane that swept over Hayti itentiary, was received at tho peniten- tween Georgetown and Frankfort there tiary on the 13th, was pardoned on the Is a high trestle. As his train uppronch-e- d wrought immense damage, tho extent this trestle Horton discovered that of which it is as yet impossible to de13th. and he is tho 13th child of his parOopjTUht 1W9 by IUrt Bchffnr lUrx IK0P J ents. When ho was released tho mon- the rear wheels of his engine were oil termine, but up to the present no ncw A. Z. .A ey at tho penitentiary awaiting for him the track nnd that unless ho stopped has been reeied of any serious loss of the train, his engine would go off the life amounted to $13,13. County Judge Ford, of Garrard, who bridge. With great courage he revers Albert Stecnstra. of Grand Rapids, was in tho city last night, told a Ga- ed his engine and stuck to his post. The Mich., was found dead in bed at a holeae rejwrter that the statement fireman jumped, but Horton knowing tel at Vevny, lnd., with his skull crush printed in tho Herald inn dispatch from the sufety of the passengers depended ed. He died un hour later. EJward Frankfort that owing to the fact that upon him. staid with his cngino and Kincaid is in jail charged with the mur Auditor James had discovered that he thus averted a disastrous wreck. Mr. der Explosion nnd fire, under circum had been drawing money far idiots that Carnegie could not bestow a medal on were dead, he would try tocscapo pros- amoro worthy man than Matt Horton. stances identical with those of the in this section, hav-inBrooklyn comb factory fire of Monday ecution by not qualifying for a second Ho is married u daughter of Col. Jim in which nine persons perished, cost term to which he wns recently elected, Is not true. Judge Ford has been out McWhorter. of Middleburg, several the lives of two emplojes of a comb factory in Manhattan Thursday. Nine of the State for several days and had, years ago. persons were injured. no Information of the matter until he Ho poiltively con- Mr. Bright on Isaac Hubbard's Rel came to Lexington. The immense plant of the Union Dis made-to-ord- er tilling Company, known as the Edge-moic. tradicted the statement and said that would qualify as surely as ho lived Springs Distillery at Carthage, a he Tho relic of pioneer tims shown me & till Jan. 1. Auditor James has done all suburb ot Cincinnati, was almost act by Mr. Isaac Hubbard and in relation t roved by fire. The loss is estimated at he can in the matter growing out of tho locality of the finding nnd time to between $250,000 and $300,000, fully the mUundcrstanding and tho judge entering the land on which it was of covered by insurance. sail that he did not intend to bo bluff- of found, I find the following facts from Will James, a Negro who partially ed by him or anyone else. Judge Ford the records of tho Lincoln county clerk's confessed to the murder of Miss Annie is a democrat and says no republican oflice: That on March 21, 1781, Daniel Pelley nt Cairo. III., was hanged to the shall ever hold the office to which the You land him. Lexington Ga- McCormack entered 760 acres of public arch in that city by a mob of people docted both sides of the Hanging Fork lying on 10,000 persons. James' body was rid zette. of Dick's river and adjoining the lands died bv bullets and afterward burned of the settlement of Isaac Shelby and CHURCH MATTERS. at tho scene of the murder. . it in of on the old trace from Big Fiat Lick on The Detroit United Railway acced Hev. S. M. Logan, of Wilmore, Is en Ko. Benjamin Logan to Knob Lick, conditionally to the city's demand of crairml In a revival at Munfordsville. That makes it pay us. We sell these clothes for which was Isaac Shelby's sattlement $300 a day for the use of streets upon Tho topic for prayer meeting at the night is Isaac Shelby was the first surveyor for which franchises are said to have ex Methodist church Thursday the good of our customers as well as for ours. the Henderson Land Company (after"Love Greater Than Almsgiving." wards the Transylvania Land Co.) He pired Sunday. The company specifies Pastor. Bring your Bibles. that it waives no rights and thut th This store is the home of HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX Clothes. surveyed the lands of his settlement as city waives none as far as an ultimate Hev. J. T. Hoiklns. of Elkton, surveyor for tho Henderson Land Co readjustment is concerned. preached two excellent sermons' at tho McCormack gnve 250 no congrega- in 1775 Daniel Secretary of the Treasury MacVcagh Baptist church Sunday, i acres of tno entry of 750 acres on the has como out with tho flat statement tion was greatly pleased with him. of the West end to William McCormack. Thut that not only will ho probe to the botTho Memphis Conference cup was found on. I Is the tract this tom the scandal growing out of the well-kno- wn Methodist Church, South, In session nt think this was used for a drink da r.remftM. Tcnn.. accepted tho invi ing not frauds committed in the New Yorkcus cup, but after studying over all tho Methodist torn house by the so called Sugar Trust tation of tho Broadway enulninent of a Kentucky hunter of and church to meet In Paducah next year. its agents, but ho proposes to ren that day, I find the gun was indispen ovate the entlreservice. Uev. D. M. Walker Is conducting an and as they used the old Hint lock, Interesting meeting at Mt. Xenla, sable Earl Bullock, tho Kansas boy bandit, ho had to havo n supply of flints to op which will continue through the week erate his gun. They could not be car- who one month ago robbed a bank at if not longer. Thero have been eight ried loose in his so the cup Eudora and killed a policeman before confessions and a general awakening of was made to carry tho flints and it slip escaping, returned to the scene of his the church members. ed into a buckskin sack and then into crimo and after shooting tho cashier of s tho breast pocket of his hunting shirt. another bank, secured several hundred Forced fnfoExlie. Dick, nfricndly Indian (Dick's dollars and made off. He was hotly Win. Upchurch of Glen Oak, Oula., As Capt. river takes its name from this Indian) pursued and when capture was Imml wns an exile from homo Mountain remarked on an occasion when he and nent, shot himself. It is not believed air, ho thought, would euro a frlghtfu one of the longhunters were together and he will recover. A youthful companion lungracklng cough that bad delled nit large buck stepped into an open was captured. romedles for two jears. After six a fino, Nttlct af Application for Pardon Thomas Jefferson Hoal, n dogging his place. Jick saw it first. He had the months ho returned, death right of the first shot and ho raised his boy, caused a tcign of terror in New Alsteps. "Then I began tousoDr King's or. ux it uiu bany, lnd., while attempting to rob lllllnr ltraftildui. who 1H convict! of II Now Discovery," ho writes, "and af- gun. His Hint being out y court fired the Merchants' National Bank. He shot felony In tliu circuitof wild of Lincoln roun-tcourt, lwu. will 111 ttioMuy term I am as woll as not strike fire, Tho whlto man ter taking six bottles instantly killed "Garrv" Fawcett, title tbt) K')f rnor for imrUon mid re.toru-Ho- n when Dick said! tho tocUlienililp;uiul nil who object Kill over." It saves thousands yearly and killed gun deer, no shoot; white and no fire, cashier of the constitution, and then notify the governor "llu: ,tBl '" "riling, from desperate lung dlsoases, Infal' 'Indian's MIM.KIt UUOAUUUri. ituy olijectlun. probably fatally wounded President J. fire, big shoot." llblo for Coughs and Colds, it dUpols man's gun heap John Bright, Sr. K. Woodward and a Negro chauffeur. Hoarscnca and Sore Throat. Cures Will He was captured and narrowly escaped Orlp, Bronchitis, Hemorrhages, Asth"Health Coffee" is tho cleverest lynching. Hoal now occupies a cell in 60c ma, Croup, Whooping Cough, Imitation of real cofTeo over yet made. Reformatory. and II, trial bottle freo, guaranteed by Dr. Shoop created It from poro porch-c- d the Indiana Drug Storo. Penny's Ky. 153, gratnfc, malt, nuts, etc. Fino In A Scolded Boy's Shrieks Wool Ttllow. B. twaz, Ctuoot. Tho Deacon Mr. Skinner, you put flavor Is made In just ono mlnuto. horrltled his grandmother, Mrs. Marin Ftlirt. GolJ.n3e.JAYinowlW),M7AppL, a bad quarter In the collection yester- No 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling, Taylor, of Nebo, Ky., who writes that, Wild Clni.r. ate Wt M daUn day. freo. Penny's Drug Store. Sample when all thought he would die, iiuck- wr htll rantuu la " Xl'iisi. nulUnl la Mr. Skinner Yes, sir, but you must Louunlt uJ cu da btlUr for yi lUa admit'it was a pretty bum sermon, Hugh Mcintosh, the fight promoter, len's Arnica Salve wholly cured hlin. or nuiiM ma chutt. Rtftrrac. jeoU t0- Infslliblo tor Hums, Scalds, Cuts, 0 has cabled an offer of a purse of .r Bok la LouunB. Wriia far wUy ., I I. ..I tl for the battle between James J. Corns, Wounds, Urulses Cures pan lul tad d.ppuf Ueb Skin Eruptions, Boils, M. Sabl A us, use. Just breathe It In and cure catarrh Jeffries and Jack Johnson, the purse -Sores, Chapped Hands. Soon 1X9 I. Mirkit St. LOUItVlUI. KY. by killing the genus. Outfit Including probably la offered with the expectation Chilblains, routs Piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Inhaler only II. Money back if It does of holding the ngnt in me uiyrapia, I Store, London. not cure. of-Mhomo-burninaSMBBBBBfcff 1 lfr-SF ftfmW a fc o. l, wild-eyed '; Z4'l4'444444444.tC4.144a444444444 ll444444444444444444444'lMlif. For Men of Fashion & well-know- n g Hart, schalhier Marx domes. The most stylish dressers do not dress better, in the garments, than we can dress them costliest in HART, SCHAFFNER MARX Clothes. And even at very high prices you can not be sure quality. know what you're getting when you get Hart, Schaffner & Clothes; they tell you what the goods are. Nothing but Marx fabrics ever get into these goods. It's worth while to be sure such quality your clothes; pays you. all-wo- getting all-w- ool ol i Suits $20 to $35; Overcoats, We carry other $15 to $25. brands from $5.00 to $15.00. shot-pouc- h Cummins 6c Wearen, 1.1 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. H. B. NORTHCOTT, Pay the Highest MarketKPrice for Turkeys. Seehim before selling. Call Stanford, 'PUKS m K)56-"O- ..,.! 375,-00- .M( Fever- H. B. N. NORTHCOTT, Stanford! .jjimjbt-jtm,.. . in k 'JHst- . -- sw SV&MVgtSS m . f ff i. The Interior Journal. E. C. WALTON D. Wakefield, repwentlnfc th Cincinnati Enquirer as political corrcpondent for Kentucky, select JuJro M. C. Satifley, of Stanford, as the most formidnblo candidate the Democrats can run for Governor In 1011. Mr. Wakefield is ono of tho most astuto students of political economy in tho South nnd such decision coming from him Is worthy of more than passing conuideration. No man in tho State is more fully acquainted with tho short cominKs of tho Democrats In recent campaigns than Mr. Wakefield and no ono moro thoroughly realizes that tho timo has arrived when it behooves tho Democrats to namo men of Croat ability and untarnished integrity for high positions. Judge Saufley is a living exponent of those great principles upon which good government nro Ho Is an orator with no founded. superiors and few equals and a man of large experience, fitting him admirably for tho dischargo of the raomen. John Tmfdent TaiL ttlll on th "tw, will make h short excursion from Washing ton on Friday to speak at tho convention of tho Atlantic Deeper Waterways Assoclatisn In Norfolk, Va. On the following day ho has promised to address the Negro and Indian students of tho Hampton Institute, nt Hampton, Va. Lincoln county democrats are made of the right sort of stuff. They fight furiously and fast among themselves, but when the general election rolls around they all plant their mark Indelibly beneath tho rooster, a fact well attested by tho splendid democratic majority shown in the election of Nov. 2. Advocate. Tho State Dopartmont has called upon tho Cuban government for Information regarding tho new trade treaty bctw en Spain and Cuba reported to have been practically completed. Upon tho answer may depend tho abrogation oftho Cuban reciprocity treaty and the application of maximum duties upon Cuban imports Into tho United States. ttrkltru. nrdrCOUirb.can Dr. Shoop's Cough llemedy. No opium, no chlorororm, nothing unsafe or harih. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. William Jennings Bryan will visit South America this winter and then tour Europe A bCQUlclt- - ly loosened with 1:5? a ? SALE1 Ooodt, Notlont. (Irocerlet, Hardware, Tinware, Ae.J nioi ijjimi. fntr hutlncti Liberal trrint. CJ.I1. ItAnillH.OraliOrchnnl.Ky. Htocx Ilry ho-In- s 0 CO r3 si n g 5" o W a , o W o 51 as H w FOR RENT I bal-unt- tt r w Ha K v. ti, tAi loin mv farm .if iw arret nt drab Orch ard o to 10 acrei of fine tobacco land, Koro lor corn, meadow nnd naiture. iirther Information cull on J. aril Moor. Urnb Orchard, Ky., or addrett me nt Hen- dcronllle, N.I. ("HAH. II.HIXOI.KTON. ?Tk hrt imwmm tfi EffflH 0) 'p E. -- W FARM FOR RENT 1:1) I w oo S OoH Hw in i acret.Tl) of which li I'leared Mv farm of Intnl. L fur rent urlvalely. S3 acret nro totted In gratt, remainder lor cultivation, tour duties of tho chief executive. If the Democrats will nominato men of Judge Saufley's calibre they need have no fear at the polls. Tho Advocate stands for such men first, last and all tho timo. 3 1 ;l t I f i, f r f i IB i.k i .. li1 ft I If the oldest inhabitant ever saw a finer November than the present has so far developed, he haBn't been around to tell us of it. Tho last few days have been absolutely incomparable, and none has given Indication that this is the month of which it was written '"The melancholy days have come, the sad60. dest of the year." Tho weather for at.theageof John L. Robards, who claims to be October seemed to have slipped a cog who ever left the youngest forty-nine- r and Is now making up for bad behavior Missouri in quest of gold in the far then. West, claims to have been born In Lincoln county, Ky in May, 1838. The celebrated trial of Mmc. Broughton Brandenburg, charged Steinhcil at Paris ended with an acquittal after the jury had delib- with enticing James Shepherd Cabanne, hours. Mme. Jr., from his home inSt. Louis, was erated two and Steinheil was charged with the murder found guilty in the Criminal Court and Mme, sentenced to pay a fine of $500. of her husband and Three foreigners were burned to Japy. The announcement of the vcr diet was the cue for a great demonstra- death, five others were seriously intion by tho crowd in court and 10,000 jured and twelve others were hurt in a fire tn a Pittsburg lodging house. persons massed In the street outside. Dan A. Stuart, one of the most noted Charles 1. Stewart, former editor sporting men in America, died at his of the Lexington Evening Gazette, pur- home In New York Saturday from chased the Enid, (Okla.) Morning News Bright's disease. Stuart promoted the From Donald Campbell. Mr. Stewart famous prizefight has associated with him a number of at Carson City. He also ran tho largKentucky capitalists. He is a splendid est gambling house In Hot Springs for newspaper man and the Kentucky press years. gives him up with Bincere regret. Tho lives of 4G0 men were sacrificed in an explosion in the mines of the St. The election commissioners of Ken' Paul Coal Company at Cherry, III. But ton county gave the certificate of elec 25 men escaped after the disaster and tion to Frank M. Tracy, democrat, who six men who went to the rescues of their it was at first thought tied with Judge entombed friends lost their lives in a McD. Shaw, republican, in the race for futile effort. The' mine has been sealcircuit judga. The canvass of the vote ed up in the hope of checking the flames shows that Tracy got 7,160 votes and which broke out after the explosion. Shaw 7,159. "Labor Sunday" is a suggestion laid before the American Federation of LaMayor-elec- t of William J. Gaykor, New York, filed a statement with the bor in a resolution introduced by SecSecretary of State, in which he swears retary Frank Morrison at Toronto. that he did not expend any money in The resolution would designate the first nid of his election. He did not ".wear Sunday In September of each year as as to the amount he had his friends put the occasion when the churches of America devote some part of the day up to make certain his success. to a presentation of tho labor quesMarse Henry Watterson Is back tion. from across the pond. Read the Cour MATRIMONIAL. for whisky editorials from now on. bride-grooof New York A four-dadeserted bis bride because she asked POLITICAL. him to button her shoes. Judge Thomas J. Nunn, being withWallace Surber, 24, nnd Miss Gertie out opposition, was declared the Demo- Wheeler, 23, were married at Chestcratic nominee for Judge of the Court nut Ridge church Sunday. of Appeals in the First district John Stewart, formerly of Rockcas Warner E. Settle was declared the tle but now of Madison, was married democratic nominee for judge of the last week to Miss Julia Brandenburg, of court of appeals of the Second district Berea. at Owensboro. He had no opposition. Kr. E. C. Kilburn, a prominent Mai. C. W. Longmire makes an- stock trader of West Virginia, and nouncement that he will again be a Miss Bettie Haley, of Rowland were candidate for Sergeant-at-Arm- s of the united In marriage Saturday afterHouse of Representatives, subject to noon at Mr. J. C. Hayes. Eld. J. T. the Democratic caucus. Livingston officiating. Friends of Theodore Roosevelt are The wedding of Miss Suzanne Hen- preparing to fight an attempt to dis- ning, the Kentucky heiress and Antolne, credit the former president, who, they Marquis de Charette. of Paris, in Our maintain, is to be charged with having Lady's chapel In St. Patrick's Cathedral protected certain trusts. was one of tho most elaborately celeThe First district democratic Con- brated of the International marriages gressional committee has been, called that have taken place of recent years to meet in Paducah Dec. 1 to fix the in New York. time, place and manner of nominating Theodore Reynolds; one of Waynes- a candidate for Congress. Congress- burg's prominent merchants, was mar man Ollle James will have no opposi- ried at Supt. Garland Singleton's by tion. that gentleman Saturday to Miss Vir- Dr. L. C. Nell concedes the election gle Singleton, the pretty and popular of Judge Joseph E. Bertram, democrat. daughter of Mr. W. R. Singleton, also State Senator of the 16th district by of Waynesburg. The I. J. extends iU 13 votes but the judge says his major- heartiest congratulations to the happy ity will be close to 100. The republi- pair. can majority in the district is nearly There is a married couple visiting 2,500. this town which, for light weight and President Taft was warmly welcomed youthfulness, takes the cake. The hus24 years old and weighs 108 on his visits toMiddletown and Hart- band is pounds, and tho wire is 13 years old ford, Conn. At Mlddletown he attend- and weighs 65 pounds. She wears short ed the Installation of Dr. Shanklin aa dresses and every act is that of a little president of Wesleyan University and child, iney nave been married live happy as any and at Hartford he participated in tho dedi- months could appear as Green Herald. bo. Hazel couple catory exercises at tho now State armory. Young: Girls Are Victims. Only one lone Republican elected to of headache, as well as older women, the Senate, and he fills out an unexpir- but all get quick relief and prompt cure from Dr. King's New Life Pills, ed term, and will not be a "hold-oevr.- " And all this happened just when a cer- tho world's best remedy tor sick and tain Republican over at the Capitol nervous headaches. They make pure thought ho was getting ready to run blood, and strong nerves and build up your hoaltb. Try them, 35c at for the U. S. Senate ; it's too bad. Mar-gheri- ta one-halt step-mothe- r, Corbett-Fitzsimmoy This and That. Luther Evans accidentally killed his ! while carelessly Fruit And Ornamtntal brother Leonard, handling a shot gun at Williamstown. Orchard, Lnwn "Aunt" Jano Black, aged 112 years, Everything foron Application. nni Catalogue half Indian and half Negro, probably No Agents. the oldest woman in Tennessee, is dead at her home at Bristol, Tenn. & SONS, Coolly confessing to one murder and H. F. HILLENMEYER Lexington, Ky, 22 robberies, all committed In Atlanta since October 1, Frank Brooks, a I offer my tervlcet to the people of l.ln Negro, was captured there. coin county at nn nuctlmieer. KatMfneilon guaraiitemf. II. W. MeWIIiillTKIl. E. Costello, ono of the 40 Augustln Slorelimd, K It F. II, No. I Fenians who sailed from this country OF-on a filibustering expedition In the "Er1 1867, died in New York, in's Hope" in corn ami tobacco on tbaret. .In (Irnilnl Hchnol dlttrlct. lint dwelling oi tix roomi. tuiiitoneehlmnejrt, tno life placet. Mock burn and tolmeco barn nnu oilier ouiuuiiik Klngi Mountain, Wr. Ingt. V. M. Muiil-ItT- , 2 O 2) W ? w Tmt . c) 3 w 00 (Inr-ile- o 81 . Auctioneer! 5 - PUBLIC SALE Shorthorn Cattle 1 Creditors' Notice MEN'S UNDERWEAR t All creditor! of the Huntington Produce Iluutlngton, W, Vn.. are hereby notified to present their clalmt concern, "OLENBURNIE on TUES ngalntt taldlaw, to the proixrly proven nt, At undertlgned nulan-vetprovided by nt their oHIc In llurnttde, Ky., within DAY, NOV. 23, 1009. Convey-ancc- s ail daytlroru tLwdate brrrot. both nt Stanford and Danville I.OVKTTA F.VANH.Atilgneeet. Free of Cbargo for parties coming Dated at Ilurntlde, Ky.. hept.llu. llM. from disl'ince. Lunch served at 12 A Feed Co., of o'clock. The Farmers Drug Co., of Inrenceburs. bat Dlace.1 Kurekn Tonic on tnle HI l Half den, Crab Orchnrd, nnd iJ. 1. Morton,nman- nnu ikkcii 111 loru. init inula it 10 wine to a wine elan full three times a day. It It pretcrlbeu by the bvtt pbyilclant In the State, (lunrnnteed to cure ttomach. lie told on kidney troublet. We, whoie namet appear below, strictly liver and here next county Will day, Oct. court ttreett forbid hunting, (lining or any kind of tret, theby their taletinun. Dr. It. J.Canldy. our placet nnd will protecute vi- 11, patting on olator to the full extent of the low. Mitt Slattle Hewet, Helchentwch Ilroi. A.T.Trnylor, Krvd Uaumnnn, N. II. Hummer, Lllburn Oooch, Nunnelley. Il. Will Hetter. J. W. Ilnugbmnn. j.w. Hteveut, Lincoln. Lodge No. 0 F. A A. SI. will meet David J.K.llruce. In tinted communication on eitcb tint and Wm.Uordler. JohnOuineiiltcb third Monday ilgbliofeitrh month. nt TUU St. D. Klmore. IMti Traylor, o'clock In their hall on main ttreret. Htan FrrU Hnndorf. ClotllbOltck. ford.Ky. Member of Utter lodoet are fra I). M.Anderton. J, J.Thompton, T. W. Ten. Sir. nnd Sin. Jut. II. Kndt ternaljy lnvttl to bepretent. J. K. Moter, nlngton, Hec. .Mn. .n. J. Morton A. Kliwta SIrt.Oeo. Logan. J. J. Elliott. Frank CorUler, W. It. DnuRberty, Dr.O.O. IVrry. ltev. Father Leo, H. II. lUughman, A. 1'. uooi Uriah Albright Now Llvorv .Mrt.SInrgnret (looch, Jacob (Innder W. II.Traylor Ueo.O. Olvent, Depot Stroot, jotin juier. Nam liouent. .M.J. Mofmnnn, DO, Amend Hchaefer, A. It. Mntbeny Uenilry K.T. Mrt.J.II.Owtley, L. H. (Inrner, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. II. U Fngnley. M. J. Morgan, II. O. Wntklni, H.T. llarrlt, It. If.Orow. J. O. Hundley. O. K. McOlure. SIrt. Nannie II. Good SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGI Anton llonecker. AndrrtouCnrr. Kred Vonllruenlgan W. M. Dlthon. Mrm LTn AllfiP NEERING. T. !. Ilaughmun Sin. Ilebeccn lt.Cnrpenter Mo muu. .M. r. uiwreuce, W. Kopnii. I). H.'vlert, John H. Iam, I am preparni to do all kind! of turveylni Tom Kerrlll, Uhrtntlnn Jacob and civil enclneerlns promptly. Sty wori Fred I'ayk. W. W. Htman, will l guaranteed and tuy prlcet are rea J. Nevln Carter. Alexdooiier. tonuble. Write me at StcKlnnev or call me SIrt. W. (J.Welch, over the telephone through the lluttonvllle K. It. Denbam. w. u. woocu, H.U.Amlerton, exenange. T. A. Ilk. Out detail, WAlifKltSlcKINNKV Uurlt Camcnlich lteubcn Ourtli, Tlutley Hpoonainore Jnmet Hinlth, T. W. Carter, A. Li. warier, W. l'.ilrlmet, HNE FARM IN GARRARD COUN11. W. Oalnet W. SI. FleldV J.UHolticlnw, It. U.Uulnet. TY FOR SALE ! Sale begins at 1 r. si. II. P. HAWKINS, Stanford, Ky., R. K. No. 2. NOTiCEl J' POSTED. lMMt MASON'S MEET. Nothing a man wears is more necessary or should be more particular in selecting than his B. D. CARTER. Phone Underwear nt for Winter. The ever ready and popular garment we always carry in both fleeced and ribbed. 50-ce- Wright's Wool Fleeced at $1.00 a garment is the most popular gar- Bring Your A flno blue grata farm for tnle tltuated on and tlx mllet new pike near l'olut u mret, toutb of IJinctttter, containing well located tn good neighborhood. Iwlnge tract, with a part of the John Walker retldence new, t thereon; with all iieoettnryoutbutldliigt and good, new Utrn 40xo. Well watered, tlx never (ailing tprlngi nnd creek running through. Trnmi. U rath In band. balance ond nnd two yeart from day of tale, bearing tlx per cent Interett until paid. I'ertont looklug for tucb place pleate write W.O, WALKEU.Htanford. or tee hand-toratwo-ttor- y 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.lDeautiful in color and never scratch you at $2 for Cooper's and $3 per suit for silk plush. Printing To NOTICE! Insure your Tobac co and Tobacco Barns in the West End In H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. G. L. Penny R. H. Cofley surance Agency. Get The INTERIOR JOURNAL Office your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, JItiBtouville, Ky. E. ft. Coleman Rheumatism eaKiSS?iSfi4gS.M5 rj:r..-i- - . Vinolf The Cod Liver Preparation Without OH, is a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and Colds, Sold under a Guaran- tee at CQ TO ni.yu A PUI Best - . .k. -.i'Tv;z:rT-iiko of lOUHa tiSiDr !"!j.T RhtmnaUe Rtmcdr fM.Mli Bbaoo't .huKt4hfl(V) " WlthAUl t ...X tut Utt toindltat, I weetrulJytnaUd ..aar. uuw. taany cat 01 KntumaBtai i bu b5ralynall ourabU . t4 ol thtt bentofor. ureaoeu l?!Btt3Sf ui utnt.r-w W" iKrac'atoissi patftol tunlr kill tbt palajaod Work Lowest Prices pm.-oiucn oimi. wattet. found la Khtunutlo Blood tees todluolr and pat away under the action of thlt rtmtdj at freely dot tucar wbaa added to van wtUr. trly pM Irom Uw lorevtr. and Uit eauat of inka. Kbtouautm u font """..fr actual ttcuM to tufftr loaiu wlth-real need-- no 0w4b4U WtHUitlW 1UWMMUW.W IIIM...I m u Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy PENNY'S PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. I tf Keatueky State Journal Penny's Drug Store. Wl'Jt STORE. rayqggqEi j i frwErareq ryvw-f- - r pii rrr wt -- - vnwwt "m 'w "jjtwi S.' '"" llBPr "V'' iriJMMa if -special Suit Offer. " Wo have made a special prico on a number of 118 to 822 Tnilor Suits of November) (for rcninimlci you buy. 7 New ! New ! 1 5 Mercerized Altoman, a new wnsli fabric, looks like silk, wears better. Special price, 3'.)c. of only $15. Look nt these before Black, Navy, Alice, Rose, Green, flclio. ' SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. Miss Mary E. Jarvis is quito sick. Mn. and Mrs. Loveli. and Miss Martin are visiting Mrs. Molllo 6c SON. STANFORD KY. & month Xmas; see the lino of nt Somorset. There will bo a pie supper at the W. II. Mueller, the jeweler. ANNIE McKinney was ill sever- BTAMronD, Kt., - Nov. 10, 1900 n Miss nst week ana Miss uouia nic Goshen church Friday night. Go and litm. . Chrysanthemums at 50c per dozen I.. ' KoDcrls taugni ncr Kruuu at the Col- help yourself to delicious pies. with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. lege building. es Some great bargains In Ixfc paper are Kiffe & Jones, the McKlnney probeing cloiwl out tn make room for new J. L. West, of Garrard, is buying LOCALS. d duce dealers, shipped out a of and receiving tobacco Penny's Drug Store stock at at McKinney. turkeys last week thoy bought at 12c For nlco holiday presents go to on foot. See Galvani, the hypnotist, at Waljewolry store. PERSONALS. . ton's Opera House this, Tuesday night. The Ladies' Aid Socloty of the BapHouso GALVANI at Walton's Opera Mn. J. 15. Bryan Is sick. tist church will have an exchango Dec. If you are looking for fresh oysters Mrs. H. P. Stephens is nulto sick. this, Tuesday night. 22. Black cako and fancy articles will and celery go to J. D. Horton's restauMrs. Ansel Hauou continues quite FOR presents that aro beautiful and be sold. rant. sick. Mueller. Mrs. Geo. P. UnioiiT continues quite lasting, go to W. II. Galvani, hypnotist, at Walton's OpTitos? who fail to pay their taxes in alck, Guaranteed If you have property to sell or want tho Crab Orchard graded school district era House J. F. Cummins, was In Louisville tn buv. ice L. It. Hushes, the real es by Dec 1 will be advertised. Geo. W. Sunday. tate man. Bronaugh, Treasurer. You can get all the ingredients for J. T. Menefee Is at homo from Co. at Walton's Galvani's Hypnotic r FoR Bronze that Thanksgiving black cake at G. D. Louisville. . . ' .. won li lan io k" Turkeys, Pckln Drakes and White Wy Hopper's. d Upcra uouso tonigni. i fi Miss Alice Deazley has been and see wonders performed. Mrs. James N, andotte Cockerels. for a week. For Rent. Harris house on Logan ' ' Avenue for 1910. Possession given at Walter Singleton is threatened Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln coun- Cash, Turnersville. Phono No. with typhoid fever. ty farm of the value of $20,000 to farm on once. A. T. Nunnelley. farm ron hale. Mr. T. D. Hanky was in Livingston Address Lock Box 201, Stanford, Dix river, four miles North of Stanford The Ladies' Aid Society of the Chrison business Friday. and near Hubble. Improvements fairly tian church will meet at the church at Miss Marie Maiiony is with Mrs. Read the advertisement of Murphy good and splendid new barn. J. F. 2:30 Saturday afternoon. W. D. Penny in Duylo. Kings Moun- - Itigney & Son, Stanford. StoNB is up from Louis & Acton, the Evrairrr From Cummins & Wearen's window tain merchants. Something of interest ville with the homefolks. Mrs. Mahan, wife of D. W. Mahan, Prof. Galvani will make his dangerous you. ft. It. Woods made a "business" to the drummer, died in Dan drive this afternoon. At trip to Mt. Sterling Saturday. defeated ville of paralysis Sunday night. She night at Walton's Opera House. University Central Orch Mrs. John Cummins, of Crab Georgetown Collego 32 to 0 in a gamo was Miss Lula D. Slaughter and was a "Dummy" Owsley, colored, was ard, is with Mrs. J. F. Cummins. of foot ball at Danville Saturday after- most excellent young woman. struck by a freight engine Sunday Mish Pearl Collier, of Crab Orch noon. To Printers. This officohas for sale night and received several scalp wounds. ard, is with friends In Lancaster. J. B. Sartain. carrier on Kural a lot of display and body typo which has As he was out on the street yesterday Miss Susan Fisher Woods Is visit Itouto No. 4, started out Saturday in a been used very little, n medium sized morning wo presume he is not seriousing Mrs. It. S. Putnam in Lebanon. Mesdames L II. and W. T. Stone new wagon, whicn is a marvci iu con imposing stone, a lot of cases, and sev- ly hurt. . eral cono pulleys. Will go cheap if sold venience and comfort. visited Lancaster relatives Saturday. at once. Interior Journal office. The Danville foot ball team phoned Logan orders her paper Miss M. S. cot Stanford, Ky. For Sale. Beautiful at the 11th hour that it would not be changed from Hustonville to Paducah. tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on Lo able to fill its engagement with the Baldwin, of Richmond, Miss Ouvia gan avenue, rrlce anu terms 10 iuii The court of appeals decided that it High School eleven here Friday afteris the guest of her sinter, Mrs. W. II. is not a violation-othe prohibition law noon. Fear of defeat no doubt inspired purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. Shanks. r to sell a malt beverage containing less Nunnelley is at home formerly of this than two per cent, of alcohol, but it tho message. Miss Cora Mr. J. II. Swope, from Bourbon College, Paris, quite county, is an applicant for the post- - MUST NOT BE INTOX1CATINQ. Don't forget the bazaar to be given In Other mastership of Danvlllo. We hopo the words there Is no law against selling on Saturday, Dec. 11, by the ladies of sick. of Crab clever old republican will get it. Miss Ophelia Lackey, noninioxicaung urinKs nut mere Is a tho Presbyterian church. They will rf Orchard, was tho guest of the Missca on sale many home-madnovelties me before buying a type law against selling some of the decoc have Talk with Alcom. tions that were bartered in many places for Christmas; Colonial rugs, aprons, and see samplo at my homo. T. Mr. I. M. BRUCE has rented the writer, and cakes, salads, dressed fowls, etc. Brackctt, local agent for Standard in this section until a few weeks ago. .. property of Nunnelley Bros., on Logan A. Exchange, New ork. Typewriter Do those who have charge of the SENATOR R. L. IIUliRLE's majority Avenue. Mrs. J. M. Mount, of Rocky Mount. Hon. J. M. Alverson, of Stanford. in thia district is 337, Jason Wesley ro Stanford Graded School grounds think N. C. arrived Saturday to visit the is a candidato for assistant clerk of the ceiving 472 majority in Casey. Senator they are appealing to the aesthetic senses of their pupils by keeping those homefolks. Senate. He is a good man for the place Hubble's victory is one of tho most remarkable in the State, tho district last grounds littered with loose papers 7 It Dr. W. B. Penny, of Boyle, is spend- and will doubtless be elected. year going 720 republican. When it occurs to us that a child may bo taught ing a few days at Mr. David Scott'a comes to running, tho Senator is there to appreciate the beautiful by example, hunting quail. Col. W. Lanham, formerly of this with the goods. We congratulate him fully as well as by precept. Mrs. W. K. Warner and bttlo son, Chicago, has been on his splendid race and are sure that a olaco. but now of Lewis, spent several days with her The electric lights were turned on granted a patent on his com planter, he will look after the interests of the in Garrard. been working on for people of his district carefully and Saturday night and there was general Mn. A. E. Guidons and wife, of which ho has rejoicing in town but a half hour later a faithfully. Danville, visited Mr. and Mr. W. T. years. belt split and now we are in darkness Hill 1 Smith Sunday. The nrices for Galvani'a show nt A Cincinnati whisky houso offers to again as far as the incandescents are Senator It. L. Hudiile and Hon. J. Walton's Opera House this, Tuesday send us a gallon of booze a month if we concerned. The broken belt came near M. Alvcrson were in Louisville Satur- night, aro 10c for children under 10 will run a half column advertisement of tearing up things and made a narrow day and Sunday. veara: 20c for gallery: 30 and 60c for tho firm's wares. Pretty tempting in escape for Manager Frank Rout and Judge James P. Bailey spent sev- adults. this "dry" section, but tho I. J. long several of his assistants. eral days with his son, Mr. J. C. Bailey, since cut out whisky advertisements. Note that the court of appeals savs The ladles of the Christian church at Crab Orchard. Ncwn tomes from Lexington that at Moreland will give a bazaar in the Lincoln county people have said in that the 'near beer" or other decocMr. S. P. Stagg Is suffering greatly Hunn & Coffey hall. Nov. 20th at 10:30 thundering tones that they don't want tions sold in prohibition territory must A. M. Ices served from six to eight whisky and this paper is democratic in not be intoxicating. Lincoln county is with rheumatism. every way and cheerfully submits to in prohibition territory and the man Pennybacker and thirty P. u. Admission 25c. Mrs. Claude . m m tho will of the majority, i e if it deems who sells intoxicating drinks Is liable children, of Danville, have been guests THE "younger set" gavo an enjoythat the majority is on the right side, to be heavily fined and imprisoned. Mrs. A. C. Hill. of Opera House FriBetter be on the safe side and let the S. M. and L. 13. Owens able hop at Walton's Mesdames day evening. It was tho first effort of Wilus. News of the death of Heath .rl vl.ltim? their sister, Mrs. Mack some of the youngsters to "perform" Willis, which occurred at St. Mary's malt stuff alone. A hint to the wise is sufficient. Vmtr. in Chattanooga. in public and the sceno at times was Hospital, St. Louis, Saturday night Miss Bell Perkins, of Garrard, rather amusing. cast a gloom over Crab Orchard, and Mrs. W. H. Shanks gave a delightful I pent several days with her daughter, expressions of regret aro heard from dinner Saturday evening in honor of L. Tanner, aged 80, C. Eubanns. Mrs. J. Messrs. K. Ho was ill at tho hospital, Mrs. Samuel Walton Severance, of mp.rshs. James Duddehar and S Jamea Gooch, 87, Reuben Williams 85, every lip. Sunday Jamea Dudderar, 90, and L. B. Nunnel- pneumonia having developed, and his Louisville. Covers were laid for a round M. Owens, of McKlnney, spent condition became so serious that his dozen and all were present and greatly with Mr. W. !!. Traylor. ley, 87, voted at McKinney in tho genwrite to eral election and all voted democratic. parents, Capt. and, Mrs. J. B. Willis, enjoyed tho hospitality of the charming W. E. MOSS, of Lancaster, were called to his bedside more than a hostess. The delicious refreshments have his paper changed to tranwinton, This combined age Is 429 years. week ago. All that could bo done was were furnished by Benedict, of Louisr... until further orders. N. Acting Gov. Cox has offered a re- done for him, but he lost ground con- ville. Miss Olivia Baldwin, of Madiand family, of Mr. Joe F. Pettus arrest and convic- stantly. Heath was 23 years old and son, sister of Mrs. Shanks, assisted her Springfield, passed through to the East ward of $100 for the tion of the person or persons who fed the picture of physical manhood. He in entertaining. End Saturday to visit roiauven. Mr. W. G. Cowan's cat- was a member of the Christian church, L. Wearin Hughes Is visiting his sis- Paris green to 20 or more of them. and his choerful disposition, kind heart Buster Brown has come and gone, Mrs. E. T. Carter, at Evansville, tle and killed ter, Seems to us it ia a rather small reward and gentlemanly bearing won for him but he is not forgotten. The children some while away. Ind. He will hunt the love and respect of all who knew gave him a regular ovation and ho in Mr. It. C. Saoflky, wife and brother-in-- for so serious a crime. him. He was generous to a fault, and turn gave our people a very unique and law, Mr. Robinson, of Harrdsburg, Change of Time. No. 22, the Louis was never so happy as when doing a enjoyable entertainment. Walton's spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. afternoon passenger, now favor for a friend or acquaintance. The Opera House was crowded Saturday McClary. No. devotion of parents and son waa beaugets here at 5:45 instead of 527; and the splendid advertiseMiss Susie Thompson- has returned 23, tho through passenger from Louis- tiful and the death of tho boy just in afternoon ment he gave the Brown shoes, sold by Miss Clara from a month's visit to ville, arrives 18 minutes earlier, or 10:45 tho prime of life is a blow to fatherand Cummins & Wearen, will make that Kennedy at Oklahoma City. Mt. Ver- A. m; No. 27, tho local passenger from mother that only the All Wise being can brand go even faster than it now non Signal. Louisville, arrives 16 minutes earlier, help them bear up under. Heath went does. "Buster accomBrown was s, Mr. J. J. MYERS and family, of or 10:32 a. M. Thero Is no change in to St. Louis about 18 months ago and panied by his mother, who made the Garrard county, spent Sunday the other trains. accepted a position with the Terminal music, and his famous dog, Tige, who with his father, Mr. Levi Myers, who Galvani's perilous carriage Co., which placo ho held until his death. helped in the very creditable performProf. continues ill. test. Watcn :or Tho funeral services and burial will take ance. The bright little fellow was the Mr. JoshuaID. Swope, circuit clerk-ele- drive Richmond Wednesday morning. guest of Master Lynn Pence during his county, was hero Tues- his startling and dangerous blind.rolded place at of Lincoln carriage drive this afternoon at 2:30 The deepest sympathy of legion of stay here. day to consult Dr. J. M. Owens. Somo'clock, starting from the window friends goes out to Capt. and Mrs. erset Times. The little Candv Cold Cure Tablets He will Willis in their great sorrow. May He and Mr. B. C. whero subject Is steeping. Mrs. B. Chancellor spirited team of horses while he who doeth all things well comfort and called Preventlcs. will in a few hours Sandidgo have returned from a visit to drive a speed and console this beloved couplo in this, the safely check ail Colds or LuQrippe. d at break-nec- k Mr. asd Mrs. M. E. Prultt at Burnside. la o. soiq uy revnys locate various article which will be darkest hour through which they have Trytfterol Little MiM Elisabeth Pruitt returned A Fribnd. Drug Store. ever had to pass. staunch citUtaa, bidden by yow with theea. The turkey crop in Southern KenRead Tribble tucky is tho largest in years and that this issue. festive bird is a drag at lie. is Next Pence's "ad." In L. R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin ..! LADIES' SUITS, Cloak; ETC. car-loa- ... We have jut received n line of Lndiet' nnd Misses' Suits, and also Children's Conts. Ladies' Suits from 87.50 to $20. Mines' and Ladies' Coats from' 83.50 to 813.50. Children's Coats from 81.75 to 83.50. We invite your inspection. Don't forget that wo represent two of the best tailoring concerns in the country for men nnd guarantee fit, quality arid price. t. ! indis-nose- r D9-2- $30.-00- 0. 115-acr- o HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. well-know- n blind-folde- d BOILED DOWN, All five-roo- m f T to come and buy. BUT THERE'S a whole lot of difference in it anyhow. OUR FALL STOCK is here to show and the buying from it may be an only if you like our showing, Oth- erwise we don'f want your money. THOSE $15.00 Suits and those Overcoats and Raincoats well they tell their own tale. after-thoug- ht Advertising is an invitation par-eni- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. ... To the Tobacco Growers of Boyle and Adjacent Counties, Wo have secured tbo skating rink building ior a salesroom for leaf tobacco iu the hand and will be ready to begin sales as soon as tobacco is stiffi ciently cured for market and will be able to offer you as good market as you will find elsewhere at n reasonable cost. We have assurance that buyers representing tho largest manufacturers nnd dealers in tho U. S. will bo represented in Danvillo, thus insuring tho highest market prico to tbo grower. Call and seo us beforo disposing of your tobacco. -- m ... The Boyle County Tobacco Warehouse, J. W. ACTON. ... GEO. COGAR & CO., Proprietors, Danville, Ky. M. G. MURPHY. hi ville-boun- d - Mar-cellu- ct mind-readin- Just thiuk of it. Tho person that buys goods on time and pays bi accounts has to pay enough extra to make up for tho ones that do not pay, or Remember wo save you money on tbo merchant has to go out of business. Men's extra heavy overalls Ulc; men's heavy flccctd under each purchase. per garment; n full suit for ooc; a full lino ot misbes ami ladies' wear underwear !24c up to 49c; men's heavy work shirts 40c; the best outings, any color, 9Ja per jard; heavy Dress Ginghams OJc; Apron Ginghams C$ nnd Ac; 81 patent shoes 83.03; $1 vici kid and box cnlt shoes $J.5J; mens bro-gans 81.25 aud soon. Arbuckles colleo 15c; u regular 20o bulk cofleo 17c; Ron Ron Raking Powder 4c; Arm it Hammer boda 4c; keg wxla a lbs. lor 5c Capital Matches, large box, 4c; Ohio River Salt, 2801b. barrel, 81.50. Don't forget to call for a copy of our monthly prico lUt on or uftcr tho 15th of each, mouth. blind-folde- MURPHY ACTON; Bargain Store, The Cash Kings Mountain Ky. , ;lci4lA-i&sK t - .i ll'.m. ... . .. .u'-f- c :lufeL ,v Js'-JAtiv.-- , .. W Ivktkavfct, siBsar? ? fiBjiwIiifliiiJifrt rn'i ihwawHwaaB AmbmWhMWKm U- fiwnd-ela- ?" irn-nyr- -ni m Al - - fas. . The Interior Journal. at Ranford manVr. FARMER'S DEPARTMEHT. TURKEYS FOR SALE1 flnhhLr. unit Horn For Sale! tion town where n good graded school runs nine months. Abundant wnter of the vnrlety. One third cash nnd bnlnnce In one nnd two years nt A per rent. DIt.W.M. DOOIIKH. Crab Orchard, Ky. JMntdintf Pori'Ofiu L. S N. TIWE THBLE No.tl.Honth.llrMr.lc. No.,Houlh,10iU A x. No. J4, North, 4 J. L. Hutchlns, of Ooylc, bought 100 hoes at 7c. Preston Beck, of Garrard, sold four mules for $820. Sow and pigs for sale, good stock. T. Q. Bruce. Junction City. J. T. Freeman, of Burgln.has bought 1,800 h.n. of thA Tjsnffftrdotl A I desire to sell privately my residence In Conger nnd Uwn A Hurt strain (or sale. Thoroughbred bronsc lAr lone nnd liu- - Crab Orohnrd. House of eight rooms nnd an acre of Innd. Atmudnul outbuildings mrs, w. r. iusiiozs, tlfnl nliiiiififl. nnd all In good repair, located In local opIt. 11. 1.Htnnronl. PbonaS-- . FOR SALE ! lst No.r7.100H A.M. No.rt, North, B:5 HO A. M. P. M, No.t,:tOP. M. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. A. S. PRICE, Surgeon Dentist, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. Office over McRoberto' Drug Store in the Owsley Buildinp. room Juslncrost street, vlthnostomce adbarrels of corn at $.60. joining nnd n cottage or otllen three Brown & Lnwson bought of W. M. rooms. All nccestnrjr outbuildings.ol Mathcny 33 big cattle at 6c. MitH.oriiTiHoovKn. Crati orchard, Ky. The world's estimated steam power In is 12,000,000 horsepower. use y W. B. Croley. sheriff of Whitley county, has bought a $23,000 farm near We ask the patronage of our friends nnd u nursery neighbor (or our home-groVersailles. stock. It Is rnrefullr selec led.rlenn, thrifty N. Carter sold hts crop of Tobacco nnd well gronu. Prices are rensnnnble. AdJ. dress J. A. McKKR, of 20,000 pounds to W. P. Klncald at Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky. (lover Hotel, ntOrnli Orchard, nlso store- Harry Jacobs, Denier In nnd Manufacturer ofj NOflCE! Marblo and Cranito- Monu- ments, 14 and 15c. FARM FOR SALE I Thefurmof lWncres, of good blup Rrnss I .l ....w -" ijiiiK uuu tiikp. mi " nnut utnnfnni iiino Vnrihnf M I K fl tlM Vn II Imnrnrements ana ih ienclngood; plontjr of water nnd fruit. Alio l Bcrrs in tiiiiiiervu mu " Xnitof McKlnner: Imlf under fence;plenty f water nnd good totmcco 1a ml. He grow -- .. ,tcroP. Fall and Winter Stock. tnllor ol exmeasure itre your Then yourtnkrn by nwhethern low clothes, perience. price tm.lneM suit or the lnest evenlna clothes, will bnve that Iniltvldunllty nnd lit they were made to which plainly lndlc-ntyour measure. I will also take your measure for extra trousers, fancy rests, top oats and overcoats. Kail and Winter samples on band ready for your Inspection. II. O. RUPLEY. The Tailor, Stanford, Ky. e "y. "" The great mare, Hamburg Belle, 2:01 J, is dead. Her owner had recently paid $50,000 for her. W. J. Dickenson's barn near Trenton, Todd county, burned and 2,000 pounds of tobacco were consumed. Two red sows with one small shoat camo to my place about Nov. 1. Owner can get them by paying for this notice and their keep. D. B. Tudor, Stan- J. J. BELDEN, For Itonso nnd Carriage Pnlntlngand Trimming. Paper Hanging, Oun and locksmltti ing. Hhop opposite depot. J. J.IlKLnRX.Htanford, Ky Markers and Posts, Cemetery nnd .awn Vnsesnnd Hettees, uillce nnd works. Ky. Stock of Merchandise for Sale. I desire to sell privately my stock of Hardware. Doing a good business. Will Invoice, about li,ViO. lteiison III health. OKO. D. IIOI'l'Kll, Htanford, Ky. FOR SALE! Will sell n Clothing, Hbo nnd Dents' Furnishing Htore, located In tho town In llorlo county. A great opportunity (or the right man. Htock will Imoloo about IVAO. Address M. J., enro Interior Journal, ntau-for- ford. Dark roan steer, weight about lt Dr. Willis Morgan, Veterinary Hurgeon A A. GOO CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can furnish the public with the best, as well as the freshest or cut flowers, plants of all; kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on short aotlce. Also make a specialty of wreaths Jor for funeral purposes. In connection mltli the above, I have all xlnds of vegetables on hand at reasonable mm prices, OIIIUSTMAN flllKKN IIOUHEH, En HuniiAut), 1'koh. Htanford.Ky, faiuras Tobacco and Tobacco larns. Nothing But Insurance. Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, pounds, Is at my place. Owner can get him by paying for this notice nnd his keep. S. M. Brown, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 2. Directum, 2:031, which set a world's trotters in 1893 record for on the Nashville track, died at Savage, Minn. M. W. Savage paid $20,000 for Directum in 1S93. bought of C, T. Bohon, of Lebanon, J. Wesley Hughes, of the West End, mules six yearlings and for $775 and of Sam M. Owens four work mules for $450. W. P. Kincaid bought of Embry Bros, their crop of tobacco about 50,- 0)0 pounds at 14, 14 and 15c Mr. K. says this is the best big crop of tobacco he has seen this year. Col. I. M. Dunn sold this week to J. C. Johnstone a bunch of cattle at 4c and a bunch of butcher stuff at 3c. Eugene Pope, the Lancaster pike farmer, has lost quite a number of fat hogs from cholera. Adfour-year-o- ld 1,000-poun- iHmtlst, We nro now rendv to show you one of tho lict line of Men's, and Children' Clothe ever shown tho )eoplo for tho lowe.it price. Hue of Overcoats mid Cravanettcs from ;$7.C0 Hnvlnir decided to locnte elsewhere. I will Phone No.KI. l Cnllsnnswered promptly,dny new and ujvto-dntnt 11. D. Carter-- . I.I very sell prhntvly my farm nt Highland of 0 or night. Good values. Come in and let us show you. Am sure you will bo acres, more or less. Improvements good; lliirn. on place; good ham; good orchwilh this line. ard; well watered, J. II. IIhiiiiit, c IxK-ntmstore-house FOR SALE! Stanford, KentucHy. Youths AIo a to 820. pleaed wnynespurg. Ky. Q. B. fRUITT, Small Farm For Rent! flood-knig- Moroland, Kentucky, SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. KY. Mrs. Nora Ooodknlglifs farm on Danville New Fall Lino Millinery now in. unfailing cistern and pond; large barn nnd good house and outhouses. Hew Mrs. Also New Furniture coming in al nt her town home on Ijinca.ter most daily. Avenue old Kernel place. HOME FOR SALE! G. H. Pituirr, Morelnnd, Ky. I t: Property, Everything, Everywhere. ning, Fire, Tornado, and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which Life,L,iveStock,Health Danville Coukt. There were1 only about 50 cattle on the Danville market but they sold at 2c for butcher stuff protected. to 4e for good yearlings and steers. Muip colts and aged mules were in demana at high prices. The horse market was dull. The public sale held at Hedgevilte Wenro In position to do all kinds of Wednesday by J. II. Hutchings was such as lllock Work, PAvements and. In fact, we can make any thine from f largely attended, bidding was spirited house down to a fence post. Wm can serve and good prices prevailed. Eight horss you promptly nnu cunraniee work and material. Call and cet our prices es and colts brought from $50 to $180; yuu uuy your mmenui ai leusi. ceiortt a yearling mule $140, and milk cows from $50 to $65; six Jersey heifers from $20 to $50, and 300 shocks of corn from $1.80 to $2 a shock in the field. Hemp Stanford, Ky. in shock brought $19.50 an acre. Advocate. Bargain'. 354 acres of good land, of which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roodwelling, two good stock barns, R. B. MAHONY new tobacco barn, 3Gx9G, ice house, buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two good cisterns, the whole farm being well watered, well fenced and lays well. Will sell as a whole or cut 2C0 of All acres with improvements, to suit purchaser, which includes 100 acres as fine Light- bottom land as there is in the county. This is a bargain. See L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky. Residence Phone 84; Office, M. Insure with me aud be fully STANFORD. KY. vocate. CONCRETING nr.i-cins- One story cottage of eight rooms ami all necessary outbuildings. contains one acre, divided Into cow lot on which Is roomy nrn, Duggy nouse, corn crio, etc. itoou- Hating suffered considerable annoyance Harden snot. This Is a desirable tdnce. local- nnd damage from outlaws. In breaking gate edon corner of Whitley and Miller streets. lntches nnd tearing down nnd destroying my gntes, on the county road that runs A. II. IIOLTZCI..VW, Htanfonl, Ky. through my farm, I have concluded to oner n reward for Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons. I FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. (or Inforwill therefore give tho sum of mation leading to tho arrest and conviction of any party or parties, thnt hnte broken the Intcbes on any of my gates, or that bat e Contains In) acres, liest tobacco land In sawed down or torn down nny of my gates tho county, IH miles from MclClnney. Will on the county road which runs from the sell or rent, fins two dwellings, one of four Hustouvllle turnpike to the Mlllcdgevllle rooms nnd the other of two rooms. Two turnpike, through my Tartu; and I will give orchards of nenrly ri trees. Tobncco burn the same nmount for Information lending that will hold lft acres of tobacco chenpest to the nrrest und conviction of nny nrty or parties w ho In the future com in It nny of the farm In Kentucky at price. C.R. HltAWNKH, nlMve olTenses.band this llrtli day of August. Witness my McKlnney, Ky. It REWARD. t' I I sH A Full Stock of Thanksgiving plies Sup- - at I I 1 U'H. T. J.IUI.I.. Hit. TRIBBLE & PENCE, Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phone 133. HENRY I I W. H. H ICC INS, I Stanford, Kentucky. PHILLIPS BROS., WATTERSON'S PAPER Stanford, KcntucKy. INSURANCE. Insures Tobacco, To bacco Barns, Hemp, Kinds Farm Dinwiddie I m Lincoln County ad national Bank $5O,O0O.00 Weekly Courier Journal -- Of Stanford, Kentucky. & Co., Capital, Surplus, The Interior Journal Resources, .AND. 40,000.00 340,000.00 are J.L.Beazley&Co., KjsHgKHMrfiRSl () zm m J. 4 Kills Her Foe of 20 Years. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR "The most merciless enemy I bad for 20 years,'" declares Mrs. James Duncan, of Haynesville, Mo., "was Dyspepsia. I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely dis-cou- nt. pai"d sleep. After many remedies bad fail Few people la tbs United Stntei have not l. ed and several doctors gavo me up. I Democratic heard of the In all things, fair la all things, cloaa In all tried Electric Bitters, wblch.cured me thing. It Is essedtsjsllj' a fatally piper. Ily completely. Now I can eat anything. a special arrangement we are enabled to ofI am 70 years old and am overjoyed to L one car- I fer the WEEKLY get my health and strength back , year and this paper for the price named again." For Indigestion, Loss of Ap Up-tO-a- ate j ab0T. Bendyonr subscription for thecom- petite, Kidney Trouble, Lame Back, r bloatlon to us not tc the Courier-Jo- u female Complaints, It's unequaled. aaaHaaaaaaavaaaaaa EaaHBaBi Only 60c at Penny's Drug StoreSenator Cullom, of Illinois, wants the Southern Negro disfranchised because he thinks that fear of Negro dom STANFORD, KENTUCKY. . ination alone keeps the South solid po litically. That may be one reason, ORGANIZED IN 1882. UndeitiKers and Embalm since Negroes usually vote in a body rs. Also Dealers in Fur CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. with the republicans, but the South is niture, Mattiugs.Rugs. They SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. democratic from principle, and so long will exchange Furniture for as certain conditions prevail with the HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 all Kin la of Block. Give party in power, there will be no change Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Lexington Gazette. in it politically. Them a Call. Prices Right. DepositBoxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. weak nerves that are cry It STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. ing Is thefor help. Then help them, out don't drug the stomach or stimulate DIRECTORS. OFFICERS. the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong. F. Held, J, H. Uaughman, Hocker, President:, Vitalize these weak insldo nerves with I. S. M, D. Elmore, J. M. I'ettus, S. T. Harris, Dr. Shoup'a Restorative and see how H, C, Daugbman, . P. Cummins, Cashier; fast good health will come to you John . McMoberti, S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, Sold by again Test It and see. H. Ci Baugbman, Ami. Casb'r W. U. O'Bannon . S. Hocker, Penny's Drug Storo. 0. B. Tate, W.W .Saunders, Bookkeeper, Visitor Can you read the past? , That's Fortune Teller-Certal- nly. Hustonville, Ky., W.IM BRIGHT, CASHIER, S:H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' J- - W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. B. PAXTON. J. H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER. CLERK. without ONLY $1.50. J. Courier-Journak OOUBIEK-OUKNA- DIREOTORSl B. Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. V. Carter, Stanford II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- John B. Foster, Stanford; kin, Lancaster; J. B. Pax ton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; V. II. Cummins, Prcachersvillc; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. of goods. Undertakers and Embalmers. We ry an Jx line FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Stoves and Ranges! Just received a large and well se- lected stock of each. See our new Range before you buy. C. McClary, k$ t; GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. LOW ROUND-TRIP HOMESEEKERS TO FARES my business. Mukoyour borne n modern (or your family as a city MR. FARMER: "Then I .wish you'd tell me what it residence, and place yourself iu a iiositiou to get the lutcat market (uotatious was my wife told me to get for her!" RURAL TELEPHONES. The West, Southwest and Northwest Undertaker- - Cmbalmer and STANFORD, 9mt eioM,M.ZZZZ taler InlHarness, Saddlery, KY Home fnoo s. Pains of women, bead pains, or any pain .topped In 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablet. Seo full formula on 25o box. Spld by Penny's Drug Store. m Yale-Princet- at nny time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone tervico, 2 VIA which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that U small compared with the benefits received. Call or addrc our nearest office or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tenu., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Liue" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone- service, we can immediately interest you. Our lined cover the States of Kentucky, m football contest Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiana aud The EA8T TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Saturday was won by Yale by the Illinois. score of 17 to 0. (INOOUVOItATKUl - St. Louis WITHOUT CHANCE. TRAINS DAILY TO ! 2 St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. TRAINS DAILY TO 2 Tickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays In each """'" i.iiiiu o uy, irom uate or la. "" r lor Fartl H.I'. I'KNN. T.J'.A. Writs . and Spiels Dltsrss Route Arruioont4.- ;. P. OAKDNRR, O. LODlHVIU.lt. KY. r. A. .Sv'ftHsMMl ; .,-..- . 1,1 fk .SJjSH Jl SJfejk-SS- tirsii.. .mMttm ,. v.