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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): November 19, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909111901_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 19, 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. W" "J" 4fikQlfi&aaViaBaaik,aHaBa. wpi. v"'i ' vol. XXXVII. LANCASTER. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NEWS NOTES. NOVEMBER 19, 1909. HO. 77. if Five persons escaped from tho Jail Mrs. M. F. Elkin ha returned to her homo lit Lexington, after a several ft 99 ft A special term of court Is In session AjIWVT weeks' visit to T. S. Elkin and family. wm nuiM'niMi liHl"""""" at Greenville to try nine murder cases. Tho Tuesday Afternoon Club was Miss Mary Urinkley, of Tiilne, com graciously entertained by Miss Annie mltted suicide bv taking carbolic acid. Ilcrndon at her hospltablo home on Charles Raynuldj was killed by a live Lexington Avenue. wire while working on a trolley lino at Tho dry goods mcrchant.lt. 3. Ilrown, Catlettaburg. bought tho W. A. Hcasloy dwelling and The $50,000 automobile plant at Lexlargo lot ndjolning at tho terminus of ington will bo moved from that place Water Street for fS.rX),. to Connersville, lnd. Victor A. Lear, Lancaster's leading The grand jury at Lexington adjournhog dealer, bought 75 hogs of Jesso ed after returning 3001 indictments, Sanders at 7c and.a number from Taymost of them for alleged election lor Uaney at the same price. Mrs. John 1'. Stonncs Is tho guest of Powell Catlett, aged 17 years, of Mrs. Arthur . Hubbard, of Covington. Eddyville, accidentally shot himself Mrs. Hobcrt Kogern, of London, Kng., with a shotgun after returning from a has been n recent visitor of Mrs. Hanks hunt He will recover. Hudson. " Walter J. LufTsey, Jr., died at Tho ladies of tho Presbyterian memVa , as a result of injuries rebership glvo a social at tho church on ceived in a gamo of football in which Friday evening, at which convivial Inho played Saturday before last. tercourse and light refreshments will An Indictment was returned by the be tho attractions. grand jury nt Cincinnati against Chas. W. S. Carrier, Garrard's democratic L Wnrriner, former treasurer of the has rented what Is assessor-elect- , Hlg Four railroad, charging him with Jtnownaa thoJudgo Uurnsldo place, on embezzlement and grand larceny. Danvillo Avenue, and will move to Six workmen perished and several town tho first of tho year. others were badly injured when a cave Lancaster is seeking leadership in in on the new extension of the Norfolk enterprise and growth. Tho Lancaster and Western railway at Salem Creek, and Garrard Development Association N. C, engulfed n construction gang. held its first meeting as a permanent A "rat" In her hair probably saved George Pruitt Writes of His Trip to organization Tuesday evening. the life of Miss Mary V Hughes, of Tho Methodists will hold a bazaar on Texas. Warren county, who was the victim of of It. S. Saturday at the store-rooAustin, Tex., Nov. 15. Thinking a runaway accident and was thrown Drown and all kinds of commodities from aprons and other wearing apparel your readers might enjoy a letter from from the buggy, alighting on her heod. Upon his written confession that he to pies and cakes will bo otTercd for Texas I will pen a few lines. W. D. Hutchinson and I left Kentucky Oct. had committed an assault upon the litsale. Miss Janlo Doty was tho cordial hos- -' 10th, came by way of Louisville, thenco tle daughter of A. C. Wise, John Eaglo to Nashville, Howling Green. We land- was sentenced at Washington, lnd., to less of tho Chautauqua Circlo this ed the second night In New Orleans life imprisonment in the State prison. week, a literary club just organized this After a long conference otthe mother FaII, And one that has undertaken with and our train being threo hours Into, enthusiasm a study of Homer's Immor- we spent tho night and up to 11 o'clock church in Boston Mrs. Augusta E. next day there. We spent tho morn- Stetson issued a statement in which tal poems. ' Mrs. V. S. Ueaslcy and children, of ing looking over the city and it is a she accepts the judgment of the direct Los Angeles, are expected shortly to busy place. We came on from there ors against her and bows to Mrs. CopjrUM U by H.rt scaafrntr il.rx 94 make n visit to relatives hero and at to Huston, reaching there about 11:35 Eddy's nuthority. With simple but impressive ceremo Stanford. Mrs. A. J. McKccs, cf Clin- that night. Found the town decorated ton, Mo., is visiting her mother, Mrs. in honor of the expected visit of Presi nies the monument erected In memory dent Tnft, who arrived next morning of the Massachusetts soldiers, who were J. C. Hemphill. W. It. llurton Is again at his place of and wo were on hand to see him. There buried at llaton Rouge, La fc during the business here, the Iiurton Sale Stables, was an immense crowd present and lots war between the States, was unveiled after having made a trip with n car of tine music. A company of soldiers there Monday. Troopj were ordered to tho scene of load of mules and horses to Atlanta, formed in Washington street and drill and having sold them at good prices for ed for some time and preceded tho car the great mine disaster nt Cherry, III riage. The president was met at the by Gov. Deneen on the request of the tha firm known as llurton Uros. dejKit by Mayor Rice and other distiny Sheriff The fire is still raging in the D. C. Sanders has leased tho Fisher cottage on Lexington Ave guished official. The president's car- mine, nnd it is impossible to say when nue for tho ensuing year, and Mr. John riage wns drawn by a pair of handsome the bodies can bo brought to the sur Anderson and family, who are now oc- white horses and it was followed by six face Edward Corrigan, tho famous turfcupying it, have rented what is known cirriages also drawn by whitu horses Tnere were many other carriages in man, filed a petition in bankruptcy in us tha Fowle dwelling for 1910. Washthe United States Court at Frankfort. A six months old child of Mr. and lino and tho procession moved up made-to-ord- er Mrs. Joslyn, of Indiana, died at the ington street and then to Main to the His liabilities aro given at $173,110 06, lticc Hotel, from the veranda of which assets $5'J,C0O with $13,730 additional homo of its grand parents in . Garrard and the remains were interred the president made a speech. After Corrigan gives Lexington, as his place " his address he was taken back to Main of residence In tho Lancaster Cemetery. Tho mothA controlling interest in the Virginia er died hero at her old homo six months in an auto, followed by 27 others, all decorated with Hags and bunting, and Iron, Coal nnd Coke Company, which ago. Tho Christian Hiblo School, the La- many carriages and pedestrians. The operates iron plants in Virginia, Tendies' Aid Society and the board of ofll- - writer had a good view from the office nessee and Kentucky and owns mineral property in other States, has been pur , ecru, all organizations of tho Christian window of the Western Land Corpora, membership, met Thursday evening at tion. People thronged tho streets and chased, it is said, by the United States Steel Corporation. tho church, and participated in a social, the city was filled to overflowing. Wo wero met at Huston by J. M. conducive) to good fellowship and harA warrant was issued for tho arrest Dunn, of Austin, Texas. After the of Mrs. Jeanettu Stewart Ford on n monious fraternity. Mrs. John M. Mount, of Kocky Taft parade wt secured an automobile charge of receiving stolen goods in conMount, N. C, is visiting J. It. Mount and drove out to Magnolia Park, about nection with the Warriner embezzle makes it pay us. We sell these clothes for and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mount con- six miles out. It is a suburb of Hus- ment case nt Cincinnati. Warriner plead template a return to tho "Old Ken- ton. It is laid olT in lots, which arc ed not guilty to the indictment found the good of our customers as well as for ours. tucky Home," Mr. Mount having bI soiling rapidly. From this point wu against him and went to jail in default ready arranged to go into tho hardware went to South Huston, which IS months of bond. store is the homeof HART, 'SCHAFFNER MARX Clothes. The employers' liability act of 190C business hero with his father, and ex- ago had only two houses, but which is now a thriving little town. It has sev- was declared to be constitutional in pecting to build on a lot adjoining tho eral factories and printing ofilcej, a Territories of the United States and the Mount residence. is vis- number of stores, a nice llttlo depot, District of Columbia by tho Supremo Mrs. W. S. Elkin, Of Atlanta, iting here, her girlhood's home. W. E. good school building, several hotels, Court of the United States, despite the Moss, wifo and children left Tuesday concrete side walks, shell streets and is fact that more than a year ago this law well-kno- wn in every way. was declared to be unconstitutional for a several weeks' visit to Raleigh, Wo took tho train at Huston for Gal- when applied to the States. N. C. Mrs. Oakley Uurke, of Silver Met After a courtship which lasted but Creek, Is the guest of Mrs. David San- veston and thenco to Floursville. ders. Willis Pearl and Mrs. Pearl, of lots of Kentuckians, all of whom seem one day, Elisa Farmer, aged 70 years, to be doing well. Floursville is a town and Mrs. Nancy Galy, a widow of London, drove oVcr from Stanford Miss of about 2,500 inhabitants and is a hust- 51, were married at Ralph, Ohio county. day and spent several hours with ling place. You Bee cotton coming in Mr. Farmer saw his bride for tho first Hella Arnold. He II. I. llurton sold 30,000 pounds of to- from every direction, tho farmers real time on the day he was married. 14c a pound for It. Mr. proposed, was accepted, and they were bacco to tho Lancaster Tobacco Ware- izing about bought a farm of 200 acres married within a few hours. house Co. at 141c; Monte Fox, of Hoyle, Hutchinson Tho control of tho Western Union delivered 7,000 pounds at 14c; Wilson 31 miles from Floursvillo, for $3,400 Alexander, of Lincoln, sold the Barau and will movo his family to Texas. We Telegraph Company passed to the 30 and Sundayed American Telephone and Telegraph company 7,500 pounds ut 15c; W. B. camu to Austin Oct. with J. M. Dunn. Rev. Hob Jones, of Company, and a long step was taken 15c; Mrs. Patton 33,000 pounds at Montgomery, Ala., preached threo fine towurd tho merging of tho telephone West 30,000 pounds at 13Jc; O. T. sermons at the Methodist church. I Layton 7,500 pounds at 141c, and Tho. think there Is some very lino land in the and telegraph companies of tho coun1 Lono Star State and while 1 see (low- try into u corporation with a capiYantis 10,000 pounds at 15c. all Monday will sea a Kg crowd on tho ers, oranges and vegetables to growing talization of nearly $1,000,000,000. nicely, I long to get back the old My li cleared of Tha Court of Appeals of the District Una, farmfur U) acres, W of w lilcU hcivi tire streets hero, as it is both county and bluo grass land of Kentucky. runt urlwitely. tt la of Columbia denied an application made .OMtd In gran, remainder for oulllvtilluu, circuit court. There are few criminal G. u. Pnuirr. Uradwl corn unci tobacco on suures, by counsel for Samuel Gompers, John Hchool district. Hut dwelling of lu room., nix cases for tha November term of court, twu.toim chimneys, two II ro place., utoclc Mitchell and Frank Morrison, of tho buruuiid tolutcco buriiuiul otlier outbuild- Forood Into Exile. but the civil docket Is fuller than usWm. Upchurchof Glen Oak, Okl., American Federation of Labor, sen- lnt;. V. M. Muui'iir. King .Mountain, ivy ual. The trial of Charles Major and hia brother-in-laUroughton, for the was an exile from homo, Mountain tenced to jail for contempt, for a stay of the in tho TX IyViTJBsffi!ftC killing of tho former's wife, Annio MaTS .ir7VJ ulr, ho thought, would euro a frightfu notice issuance appeal mandate. Unless Is given before of an .,jf.'i:y cough that had dolled all jor, on last Christmas Eve, near Uuona the mandate will be handed :1 Vista, will como up ut this term. remedies for two years. After six down Saturday. Mrs. Lucy Hush and little grandmonths ho returned, death dogging his Kldos and A Scoldod Boy's Shrieks daughter, Lavlnia Hush, have returned steps. "Then I began tuubeDr King's Woo! to their homo In Clark county, after a New Discovery,'1 huwrltes, "and af- horrified his grandmother, Mrs. Maria Ftath.ra, Tallow, Bat. wu, CtnttDX. ' ftoldtn SeoUYtHow Root), May Apple, visit to her son, Hev. O. P. Uush. Mrs. ter taking six bottler! am as well as Taylor, of Nobo, Ky., who writes that, Wild Cln.tr. etc Wt ait fltaWrtl W. R. Uurnsldo, of Itarbourvllle, Is over." It saves thousands yearly when all thought he would die, Buck-lea- 's nuUJml in 1856 "Owf Ulf a centurr In her mother, Mrs. W. H. Klnnaird. from desperate lung diseases. InfalArnica Salve wholly cured him. Louaiiilt" asd caa do belter let jou than Mrs. Matt Walton, of Lexington, spent lible for Coughs and Colds, It dispels Infallible tor Hums, So aids, Cuts' feats or ccmouwoa Dcrcluiaa. Rtfcitocc, u; But. (a LouuviSc. Wrili 1 4 wrtUjr several days with Mrs. S. II. Anderson. Hoarsenes and Sore Throat. Cures Corns, Wounds, Drulses Cures (Act lut asd tSiptiaj lao. Mrs. H. A. II. Marksbury, who has Grip, Bronchitis, Hemorrhages, Asth- -Sores, Dolls, Skin Eruptions, been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jas. M. Sabfel dt Sons, Staughton, of Covington, is now with ma, Croup, Whooping Cough. 60c Cbllblulus, Chapped Hands. Soou 229 1. Market 81. lOUlSYIllE, M. eldest daughter, Mrs. A. II, Rice, and f 1, trial bottle tree, guaranteed by routs Piles, 25c at Penny's Drug her at Richmond, lnd. Store. JPsnuy'a Drug S:ore. ' Mrs. Alexander Kennedy, who has been for a fortnight or moro In Lexington at her former home, Is again with her daughter, Mrs. Hanks Hudson. Mrs, Emma Hush has returned to Richmond, after a visit to Mrs. O. P. Hush. Miss Mary Jagoe, of Cadiz, Is tho guest of her slster.Mrs. I). W. Ilrldgcs. Mrs. Susan Salter, who has been a resident of Lancaster for several years, left this week to reside with her nephew, John Leo Elkin, at tho Clemens Houso in Danville. Miss Ellen Hall, of this city, and Ernest Ilohon Campbell, of Stanford, eloped from this place Tuesday night and were married in Louisville. Tho bride is an unusually handsome girl, and tho daughter of tho Widow Hall, of this city, and sister of Wm. Hall, of tho II. M. Hallou grocery firm. Mifs Hall is a pianist of ability and has been one of tho organists of the Haptist church slnco childhood. Tho slogan contest cjoscd Tuesday, and tho president of tho Development Association, John M. Farra, reports a long list of competitors for the five dollars in gold to be given to the one who furnishes the best battle cry for Lancaster and Garrard in tho present Inter-StatCommercial War. The judges in tho contest are swell Louisvillians, who will soon decide tho matter, and make tho award nt an earlyfdate. II'VMStfMMMMMSSSSSkMktkkkKkkkm.......... AW444WW4-4.4444444S44MlffSE'' . ii Rich-mon- (B0 two-stor- For Men of Fashion liari, schoflner Marx Clothes. The most stylish dressersjjdo 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 of getting quality. all-wo- I ol You know what you're getting when you get Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes; they tell you what the goods are. Nothing but fabrics ever get into these goods. It's worth while to be sure of such quality in your clothes; it pays you. all-wo- ol That This & Suits $20 to $35; Overcoats, We carry other from $5.00 10 $15 to $25. brands $15.00. Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FARM FOR RENT H. B. INORTHCOTT, Price for Tur? Call lung-rackin- g FU RS XS;t3M ZZ&Xt 4mvswk -- Will Pay the HighestJMarket 153, keys. See him before selling. Stanford, Ky. vis-iti- Fever- H. B. NORTHCOTT, Stanford ' jaVMf , ,m.A.t Wi- - .. j., r . -- w4.tM. 4 ft i n i in Attn 4 .' The Interior Journal. C C. WALTON bo a calamity to take out of college lifo the discipline that springs out of such a great gamo a football, according to President Alderman, of tho University of VIrelnla. who In a statement declared "that the peril and " V"riM JT"f'HPi It would the strategy of this game should be eliminated or the gnme itself abandoned." Football, President Alderman declares, "as theintcnest form of organized athletics In college life, hai brought about a special group of good things and of objectionable things. When the total is summed up, however, the sum of good far exceeds the sum of evil." Tho trouble with the game, according to President Alderman, is that the risk of life inherent in it is inordinate, and he declares that intelligent, resolute and concerted action should be taken to removo this risk. hjury In HUSTONV1LLE. The Danville Advocato of recent dato gave a miraculous account of the temporary restocking of an old baptizing hole, which dried up just as aoconverw to the Baptist faith noeded Its waters to he admitted to fellowship. A com mittee of explorers reported tnai no malar ma. In nnu nlhpr tl&rt Of the stream bed they visited, and it was decided that the ordinance must be till after tho rains. Soon a rumor camo announcing that the old holo post-pod- ly loosened with Dr. Shoop' Cough Ilemedy. No opium, no chlorororm, nothing unsafo or harsh. Mold by Penny's Drug Store. A tickling ordry couch cn bequlck- - . - I" is S 3 a " Robert Burnam, tho driver, was badly bruised and his car was wrecked during tho races at San Antonio, Tex. well-know- n o n S i n -- I 0 n TriE United States Supreme Court sentenced former Sheriff Joseph P. Shlpp, of Chattanooga, to 90 days in jail for contempt of court in failing to prevent tho lynching of Ed Johnson, a Negro, convicted of criminal assault, whose execution by law had been stayed by tho court, Luther Williams and Nick Nolan were sentenced to 90 days imprisonment for connection with the lynching and former Jailer Jeremiah Gibson, Henry Padgett and William The Mayes were given CO days each. prisoners are in jail at Washington. .it i Iv f r yards of H. F. rllLLENMEYER & SONS, with the road and within 40 feet of an avenue Lexington. Ky. nmt In nlain view. The above can be verified by good witnesses and tho beneficiaries frankly admit it is an "oversight of Providence" Instead of a deserved Interposition and benediction. OF The government investigation of the sugar weighing frauds promises to reach MATRIMONIAL. I proportions that will rival the famous Hpnrv Hank, aced 37. and Miss Ellen insurance disclosures. While none of At "GLKNBUKNIE on TUESthe officials will talk, it is known that Taylor, 51, were married at London. Quince Allen and Miss Kuth MODiey, DAY, NOV. 23, 1009. Convey- conditions at Philathe investigation of delphia and Boston are under way as of the Rolling Fork section of Casey, ances both at Stanford and Danvilic Free of Charge for parties coming were married last week. well as at New York. T ...iil. oii .itful at Rome Wheeler and Miss Delia Crock- rA .Itiii.A O. Head was inaugurated ett, popular young people of Casey, o'clock. Sale begins at 1 r. St. William Mayor of Louisville with simplo but were made one a few days since. II. P. HAWKINS, impressivo ceremonies. Many citizens Lyman J. Gage, Secretary of the Stanford, Ky., 1L Ii. No. 2. were present while the oath of office was Treasury under president McKinley, ndmlnistered. He named his two and Mrs. Ada Ballou, of San Diego, boards immediately and made other Cal., will marry on the 25th. appointments without delay. finr Hnstnnville correspondent was a Wv.wbota nfimei ppnr below, strictly nttilng or nr in announcing the mar forbid nuntlng, plncci nnd will kind of viproiecutu on our has issued a procla- little premature Montgomery President Taft to the full extent ot tbe law. and miss olator! riage of Sam mation setting aside November 2oth as Mist Jlattle Hencs, Iteichenbncli Uroi. They are still both A T Tr.vlnf I T1. Stella Hubble. I'pwl llniltilHIltl. ml I..! X. II. I'luminrr, I.llburndooch, for a while, have single and may remain so It. (l. Nunllfllry. Will Hester, J.W. IVck. J.W. IlniiKhman, reason to give thanks and they should at least DnvldHtrvvni, J.K.llruce. William Coooer. a widower of 41, Wiu.Cordler. JotinCnmvnUcb. and will do so. SI. I). Kliuor, I)nTrylor, as Richmond, Va., and giving his home FrrU llandorf, Clotllb Ollck. 11 l J. J. Thompson, Mr. nn.I Slra. tml.ftnn. Within 10 hours after Clinton Breck Miss Myrtle Walter, of Williarastown, Jan. ll.Kndi j. is .Mosvr, nviflrVA a Ndirm fl.a11ll i fA II fimnt countv. drove here Wednesday ri,.".J. uorion A. Minim Mri.Ofu. Loud. J. J.KIIlott. in the clerK's oiuce old child at Staunton, Va., he was tried and were married Frank Cordler, W. It. Daugherty. Dr.o.'O. Perry. I lev. KntlierlAO, and sentenced to be electrocuted, bpee hv Judcre J. S. Owsley H. II. Ilauchmnn, II. W. (Inlnri, On the anniversary of the wedding A. II. Itooi. dy justice, but just what is needed in Urlfih Albrtgnt. Miss Edna Wil- - Mrs. Miiranret Uoooti , Jnroli (lander day of her parents, such cases. W. H.Trnylor (iro.d. (llrena, John Juler. more Bronaugh, of Nicholasville. be Ham llolHTti. M. J.Hofuinnn, Only six counties in South Carolina Ainrnil Hchatfer, came the bride that morning of Jack A. It. Slatlieny K.T. Keailey remain "wet." Looks like "the rum Snell Hutsell, of Cynthiana. The cereMrs. J. II. Owsley, lu n. lnrnrr. 11. 1.. Kngoley. St. J. Slorenn, saloon must go" from that State if no mony took place in Louisville. Mr. It.O. Watklns, H. T. Harris, large. from the country at J. V. Hundley. Good, 11. H.Orow. Hutsell is a travelingman and "makes" L K. SlcCUnre, Sirs. Nannie II. tntnn ttnnirkt.r. Anderson Unrr. monthly. IV l. IH.hnn. Kred VonOruenlgan Bobbkt's Tribute to the Late L Stanford lp. Intw tilur T. L. llaiigbman. Sirs. Heteen H.Onrpenter Vlnflllltx. Heath Willis. Accommodating. l' k'niuill. . IJ.Hevlers. John H. Crab Orchard. Nov. 17. In the dis Jim Jenks would never take a job, Tom Kerrlll, OtirUtlan Jacob, Krwl l'ayk. W. W. rittuan, Louis, with the mighty tantcity of St. His was a loftier mission; J. Nclo Carter, Alex Cooper. Sirs. W. (.. Welch Father of Waters rolling between him But in the Bee we read how he K. II. Dontinin, W. I). (looch, II. U. Anderson, his loved ones, in his Kentucky and T. A. Itlce. "Accepted a position." Ous Melsil. llhrl. I'nuienlirh HcuUn Curtis, home, the eallant spirit of Heath Wil Tlnsley HpoonBinom Jamea Hmltli, When Uncle Zekiel's grocery store lis took its flieht to the distant clime i. i.. carter. 1. W. Curler, W. r.Jrlnies. Called for a clerk's addition II. W. Haines from which no traveler has ever yet reW. SI. Fields' I., For Christmas rush, Jim, full of pjjh, J. K.llolticlaw, fath(lalnes. It. turned. He was the ideal of his "Accepted the position." er's heart, and at the shrine of maternal affection his mother worshipped. The village pound required a man To nut it in condition: The son of Mr. J. B. Willis and Mrs. Patlie P. Willis, proprietors of Crab Jim filled the breach, and in a speech "Accepted the position." Orchard Springs, closely relatpd by blood to the long lino of the Chenaults, When Sadie Swoppen, thrice divorced, the Walkers and the Phelps, of MadiA fourth t me felt ambition son county, and my own little nephews, To try her luck, Jim primed with pluck, the Bronaughs, of Crab Orchard, the "Accepted the position." promising young man had a brilliant was so brave, So when his earthly course is run, career before him. He And elory (or perdition) o noble, so generous, with all the innate principles of a born gentleman, he Is offered him, we'll hear that Jim "Accepted the position." might have attained to the highest nich of fame. Oh, death, what blighted Younp; Girls Are Victims. hopes, what broken hearts you have well as older women, bo cruelly and mercilessly caused. Poor of headache, as How my heart bleeds for but all net quick rollef and prompt little fellow thee and my tears flow with thoso who cure from Dr. King's New Life Pills, weep for thee. The rude winds of au- the world's best remedy" for sick and tumn chase in wolfish glee the dry, nervous headaches. Tbey make pure e grave blood, and strong ncrve9 and build dead leaves over your and the white mantle of winter's snow up your health. Try them. 25c at will softly cover your gallant form, but Penny's Drug Store. still we can always see thee and hear The suit of G. W. McMillan and 30 thy merry laugh. Oh death, how cruel other tobacco growers of Pendleton and art thou I Campbell counties, asking for a receivFlowers have their time to bloom, er for tbe Burley Tobacco Society, was Leaves their time to fall, dismissed without prejudice in the FayAnd the flowers to wither by the cold ette circuit court. A new suit was then North wind's breath, filed for the same plaintiffs. But thou hast all, all seasons for thine "Health Coffee' Is the cleverest own, Oh Death I Imitation of real coffee ever yet made. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt. Dr. Sboop created It from pure parchPOLITICAL. ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Fine In John H. Allen has been annotated flavor Is made In just one minute. boiling, postmaster at Rye. Whitley county, No 20 or 30 minutes tedious Penny's Drug Store. and Josepo S. Beard at Holmes, Adair Samplo free. county. Honker T. Washington wants to hold President Taft, at the White House, an exposition 1913 to celebrate the 50th pressed a button which helped to open anniversary of tbe freedom of tho Nethe National Apple Show at Spokane, gro race. M! A.l.lIj.An viiatt, ..rim nffi l,i ml Wash. nu h.cuun.M iUUj. 41UU1SUII P.aft Tho Iowa Supremo Court held that a from Centre College in 1855, is dead at Holly Springs, Miss. nrlvate business concern under tho Iowa will challenge for Sir statute can legally refuso to serve u racaThomas LlDton for tho America's cun. to be Negro. sailed In 1911. Judge William McD. Shaw, of the f!innrfi Hnrrison. a Dtominent Barren Kenton County Circuit Court, announc- county farmer, was killed by a falling ed that he will not contest the election tree. James Creiror. of Perrvvllle. has of Frank M. Tracey. Judge Shaw says bouuht that he will resume bis law practice City. A. N. Wells' farm near Shelby a January 3. spring-wit- hin ing was conducted on schedule. Now, wo have a suro enough coincidence of a miraculous water supply just soutn 01 this nlaee. In tho unexpected resump tion of business by a spring which had been bone dry for a month, ine spring ordinarily ceases flowing about July 1. But twice in 25 years has it maintained a flow throughout the summer. For a month the cistern had been empty and a water wagon was in daily use. When the plasterer reached the job ho naa to irtrmloh IIvpIv for water to make mor tar. Despite assurances tnai me spring had been drv for a month he weni to see and came back with tho shout,"Eu-reka.- " That spring has supplied all the water needed. The condition is in 25 years' acquaintance 100 horl lioon atinnllo.1 with n RllfllcIenCV Of water for the occasion ami tno D.ipni- - The little Candy Cold Cure Tablets called l'roventlcs, will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaOrlppe. Sold by Penny s Try them! Drug Store. IS lBHHHKHHMHHHHHHHHHHHHHflDFyS. a-"- 3 0 CO i rr 5 g O m k , PS S 2 31 V. SALEjl Htook llry (local.. Notions, tlrocerles, llnrdwnre, Tinware, Ac; alwut JM. Idling mir business Liberal terms. 0. 11. HAUMH.OrMi Orchard. Ky, I lr ' lilMfBBiBHsRifHHBi'l tflfe B9HHs1siiiiiHHRsVsi9 Jm&a BsKsiiisiisiiiHtHiwVBV9asWMrp I H 3 r- - FOR RENT Mice fur ....,.. I iK'LBMeaLBWiLBf H cc H fa H en a to "II nnd pasture. For .1. ....... - W nril Mlwirft. . IMl.MT-- t OribOrclinnl,Ky.,or nddross mo nt inrn.nmHnn ..nil tin "IIIIUII farm For n.iftjiin ii..a nt firm corn, inemlow ll'K) my ol M acres nt Crnb Orel;- tfitijtrpn lnml. Nil- - , . ..,. til A!- li. rti.i,ir. w.. Fruit And Ornamental Trees ! -, U. .. iealjLaLanaKt aUBBflBBfliaR9aLBaKl Auctioneer! wrvlm to tliw people of Un coin countv m nn aiictlunrfr. rntUfnrtloii H W. McWIIJlKTKIt. gunrnntml. Storflanil, Ky., It K, 1. No. 1 I oftcr my S 9 HI 0 Kvervlhtng forOrchnrd, OntnloKUfl on Application. In an3 (inr-de- n. a C) i 5 a CO No Agents. Iw PUBLIC SALE Shorthorn Cattle Creditors' Notice A Feed Co., of I MEN'S UNDERWEAR Nothing a man wears is more necessary or should be more particular in selecting than his I' hereby notineil to present their claims against said concern, protxrly proen as prolded by law. to the undersigned asalgn. ees.at their ortice In llurnslde, Ky., within SO days from ti.edate bereof. LOVKTTA KVANS. Anlgneees. Dated at llurnslde. Ky., Hepi.: I. Ifv. All creditors of the Huntington Trodden Huntington, W. Vi , are NOTICE! The Farmers Drug Co.. of Ijmrciiceburg. hn placet! KurekaToiilconsaleal I., zanders. Crab Orchard, nnd !J I). Horton. Ulan-forhalf taken In This tonic Is to full times a uin. tun win,, u Inks the three- physiciansday. In liest It Is prescribed by POSTED. the Mate, tiuaranteeil to cure stomach. soiu on liver nnd kidney trouoies. wimw day, Oct. the streets here next county court II. by their salesman. Dr. It. J.Canldy. STu".?S,S m 1 MASON'S MEET. Lincoln UxlKe No. w K. A A. SI. will meet in .tnimi ffkimmiiiifiitlon on each first and of third Slonday nightson each month, ntn 7:. inain nrenri, o'clock tn meir nan are fnr sister lodces W I"en- ford. Ky. MemTs of present. . T. terimllv United to be ntngton, Hec. S. . CARTER, Underwear for Winter. The ever ready and popular 50-cegarment we always carry in both fleeced and ribbed. nt Now Llvorv Dopot Stroot, Phono 90, AND CIVIL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. SURVEYING Wright's Wool Fleeced at $1.00 a garment is the most popular garr I am prepared todo nil kinds of suneylng nnd cl II engineering promptly. .My work will U guaranteed nnd my prices lire reasonable. Write me nt SIcKtnner or call me oer the telephone through the HustoiiTllle Kxchnnge. WALrKHMcKINNKY. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNTY FOR SALE SOUlll Ol I A fine Line crass farm for sale situated on nnd six miles newptku near l'olnt t.i.-ijlinciisier. couii.iitiiiK well locnted In good nelglitiorhooil. being part of tbe John Walker tract, wltba handsexen-rooresidence some new, thereon, with nil necessary outbulldlugsand good, new barn .S0. Well wutered. six never falling springs and creek running through. Tkkmh. Kcash In hand.bnlnnre one nnd two years from day of sale, bearing six per cent Interest until paid. Persons looking for such place please write or see w.u. WALKKU.ntuniora. Bring Inell , two-stor- y Your 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! 1 -- Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns in the West End In H. J. McROBBRTS, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. G. L. Pcuny R. 11. Cotfoy new-mad- surance Agency. Get your policies written right in a good company by W.J.CAMPBELL, Huetonvllle, Ky. K. R. Coleman The INTERIOR JOURNAL Office Vinolf The Cod Liver Preparation Without Oil, isr a most Valuable Tonic and Builder of Health and Strength. It is Especially Useful For Persistent Coughs and.Colds, Sold under a Guarantee at Heart Strength Heart btrenftb. or Hurt Weakness, means Nsrrs Weakness nothing mora. not on weak heart In a hundred Is. In it self, actually diseased. It Is almost alwaji a hidden tiny little nerve that really Is all at fault. Thti obscura nerre the (srdlac. or llrart Nerve simply needs, and mutt have, more powsr, more stability, more controlllcir, mora governing strength. Without that the Heart mutt continue to fall, and the stomach and kidneys also have these wdjj controlling nerves. This clearly explains why, as a medicine. Dr. Snoop's Itestoratlre has In the sl done so much for weak and ailing Hearts. Vr. Khoop nrst sought the cause of all this iwlnful. palpitating, sullocnu log heart distress. Dr. bhoop's HiHomUye this popular prescription U alone illnctwl to these weak ami wasting nerve centers. It builds) lUstrengtbens: It odcrt real, genuine heart help. If you would have strong Hearts, strong dk grstloo. strengthen thwe .nsrvee rtxtUblUh them at needed, with Ptrtnrth. or Kerr Best Work w Lowest Dr. Shoop's PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Rtanford, Kentucky. Prices Restorative PENNY'S DRUG STORE. ... A ,atifciir-ML- t- i ? -- a ' fc,.qgfciriini, ii lljelia.j' . 'Vtt Mft-- t rsT" ""t-TOr- r iV"r.r'lj,r " MMMiMMKJWMHMMBaE: ii5',Tfmi''wfi! 4.v . vSpecial Suit Offer. Wc have mnilo n pc'cial price on a numl)cr of (for rcmnitiilci you 8 18 to 822 New ! New ! Tnilor Suits Mercerize Altomnn, a new wah fabric, looks like cilk, wears better. Black, Navy, Alice, Roce, Green, Hclio. Special price, .19c. lwforo of November) of only 815. Look nt theso buy. SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. - 6c m m SON, STANFORD KY. $30,-000. Mrs. Mary D. England, an aged and Next month Is Xmas; seo tho lino of Wanted, to buy a good Lincoln county farm of the value of $20,000 to respected woman of Lebanon, is dead. W. II. Mueller, tho jeweler. Address Lock Box 20 1, Stanford, A. J. Asher, of Straight Creek, Bell Chrysanthemums at 50c per dozen Ky. county, Is erecting a barrel factory In Nov. ID, 1909 with vines. Ed Hubbard, Stanford. 8TANFOUD, Ky., Read tho advertisement of Murphy his community, which, when in operation, will employ 60 men. The person who borrowed my roofing & Acton, tho Kings MounThe drug stores of the Hutchison great bargain, in box paper nro tools will pleaso return them. I need tain merchants. Something of interest SOME Drug Co , and D. B. Hemphill and the being cloned out to make room for new them now. J. A. Allen, Stanford. to you. clothing store of R. M. Sparks & Co. stock at Penny's Drug Store. . A LITTLE daughter of W. D. Wilcot- at Nicholasvillc, were burglarized. For Sale. Beautiful liams, of Boyle, died of membraneous tage, garden, barn lot and barn, on LoClarence Taylor and four others PERSONALS. croup. Sho was a niece of J. W. Wil- gan avenue. Price and terms to suit charged with confederating together Hrigiit is somo better. liams, of this place. Mrs. Gko. 1. and whipping several people in the purchaser. Cicero Reynolds. mi Miss Cathkuini: Lynn Is with friends iiiim .s Dallas section of Pulaski, were given Mr. W. II. Higuins has placed a Hyatlsville. me before buying a type- six months in jail. at Talk with is visiting his mother gasoline tank in front of his store in writer, and see samplo at my home. T. Ki.kin Hiudy At tho assignee's salo of the Liilard order to better supply his patrons with A. Brackett, local agent for Standard Pharmacy, at Highland i'ark. Mrs. Liilard was the highS. It. Hanson, is with relatives that useful article.. Exchange, New York. Typewriter Mr. est bidder and secured the business. . at Ilansonville. Va. Those who fail to pay their taxes in Your attention is called to tho salo She will conduct it until It can be sold visited Misa V. Pearl Aldridce the Crab Orchard graded school district of Shorthorn cattlo at Glenburnio Stock privately. Advocate. county relatives. Garrard Gibson Goode, of the Parksville secby Dec. 1 will be advertised. Geo. W. Fnrm, II. P. Hawkins, proprietor, next Mrs. J. II. I'axton and son. James, Bronaugh, Treasurer. child snugly Tuesday, Nov. 23. See advertisement. tion, found a spent several days at Lancaster. wrapped in a blanket and lying on his of Hustonville, Society of the ChrisMiss Sarah Curtis, The Ladles' Aid John I. Kino, a prominent citizen of doorstep when ho opened his door Montian church at Crab Orchard will give n Burgin. dropped dead In his home. Ho day morning. This is the second baby was the guest of Mrs. A. C. Alford. Mrs. Mattie Kiriiv left this week bazaar and exchange in J. C. Magce'a was interested in tho Boyle County left at the house of Mr. Goode by unon Dec. 11. for a visit to friends at McMinnvillo, vacant store-rooLumber Co., which had an office at Mc- known persons within the last year. Tenn. aged about CO, was KInney. Mr. Postmaster W. T. West, of Lan- thrown Jake Walls, CHURCH MATTERS. from his wagon in a runaway While digging up tho trees In the caster, took Wednesday's train for LouRev. S. D. Boggs will preach at the near McKInney yesterday and a shoul- court-hous- e yard, Contractor A. C. Sine isville. and four ribs were broken. found a silver shilling made in 1828. Presbyterian church next Sunday. Dorn, to the wife of William KMe, der The conference of Jewish rabbis at DanBronze Were it not for a hole in it, tho picco of tJm West tod, a For Sale. -- Thoroughbred New York passed a resolution condemniel HilTe. White Wy- of money would be worth many times Turkeys, Pckln Drakes and ing marriage between Jews and GenMR. J. C UaILEY, of Crab Orchard, andotte Cockerels. Mrs. James N. its faco value. tiles. attended the burial of Heath Willis at Cash, Turncrsville. Phone No. The lights are on again and for it Rev. J. J. Dickey will deliver a Richmond. mother, Mrs. L. Messrs. L. P. and E. P. Joyce are our peoplo are very thankful. Tho new Thanksgiving address at the Logan's Everett Stone and engine a 200 horse power is n daisy Creek church Thursday night, 25th, at II. Stone, spent Wednesday with Lan- headquartered at the Nunncllcy stables. and the lights aro tho brightest ever. 7 o'clock. They will sell pianos and organs in this caster relatives. Stanford is now the best lighted littlo Eld. J. B. Daniel organized a new MR. and Mrs. I W. Wuirrare with and adjoining counties for a month or city In the State. church near Phil with 47 members; 14 Liberty relatives. Mr. DulT I'orlman more. were added at Sunday night's service. came up for them. I WILL be at Crab Orchard Saturday, His friends here, and they aro many, Casey County News. Mr. J. G. Uoslky, wife and son, of are glad that Mr. Sam M. Wilhite will Nov. 20, and at Kings Mountain MonDr. William A. Alexander, a member Jessamine, wcro guests of Mr. and continuoas Controller of the city of day, 22nd, and atllustonvillo Saturday, of the faculty of the Southwestern Mrs. Will T. Stone. Louisville, a position he is tilling most Nov. 27, to collect taxes. Tho penalty Presbyterian University, dropped dead Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. Jr.. and two creditably. is added Dec. 1. Pay up and save tho in the Union station at Memphis. littlo boys, of Crab Orchard, visited penalty. T. J. Hill, sherilT Lincoln Rev. W. L. Willis subject at the following county. Judge Bell appointed the her father's family. Christian church at Hustonville Sunday of Miss Lettie Helm has returned from gentlemen as jury commissioners Bargain. 354 acres of good land, of morning will bo "What is That to a protracted visit to Mrs. J. Frank Lincoln county for the ensuing year: which 100 acres is bottom land, eight-roo- Thep? Follow Thou Me." At night Messrs. L. G. Gooch, T. A. Rice and Walton in Cincinnati. dwelling, two good stock barns, his subject will be "Profanity." The W. II. Cummins. MR. Geo. L. Wilus, private secrenew tobacco barn, 30x9(5, ice house, Thanksgiving sermon will be preached Helm, is hero tary to Hon. Harvey Farm For Sale. 115acro farm on buggy house, two corn cribs, etc., two at the Christian church at 10:30 a. M. from Shelbyvlllo for a few days. Dix river, four miles North of Stanford good cisterns, tho whole farm being o MR. Sam II. Helm, of the Turners-vlllStop that stomach agony in five minand near Hubble. Improvements fairly well watered, well fenced and lavs section, Is hunting In Cumberland a utes with tablets. Cure that coun- good and splendid new barn. J. F. well. Will sell as a whole or cut 200 county, Tenn., with a lot of Boyle a is indigestion in tio weeks. Rigney & Son, Stanford. acres with improvements, to suit pur ty gentlemen for the stomach the best mcdii-lochaser, which includes 100 acres as fine "Goody"' Redo, of Crab OrchMiss Mr. A. C. Sine was awarded the Penny sells it on money-bacplan. ard, has returned homo, after a visit to contract to take up by tho roots the 20 bottom land as there is in tho county. Large box 60c. This is a bargain. See L. Rj Hughes, Miss Kit Huffman, who accompanied trees in the court-hous- e and jail yards Stanford, Ky. her home for a few days' stay. and he is now busily engaged in the ami son. work of removing them. MRS. CLARENCE COLEMAN grand jury fin Circuit CoURT.-T- ho Master Clarence Clement, of 102 East ally adjourned after returning some 30 proprietor of tho Emile Greenrerg, J. L. Elkin, Pror., Gray street, are visiting relatives at indictments, one of whicli is against H. Middleburg, Casey county. Uu. Times. Theatorium, is building a stage In his II. Padgett for killing Green Skidmore, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY". MR. Isaac Sheldy and wife. Misses play house and will add vaudeville to four for detaining women, three for maPearl Collier and Margaret Culton and his moving picture show. Ho should licious cutting, two for willful shooting Itanium llronauch. Jr.. of this county. and doubtless will do well in the new and the rest for various Liirg, airy outside rooms. Commercial offenses, in- trn fieri u specialty. 8clftl rates by week attended the burial of L. Heath Willis lino. cluding whisky selling. Solon Craig and or month. Tlie proprietor l u former Lincoln county man ami liU friends should at Richmond Wednesday. begins to look mighty and wife were given 100 days in jail and THE court-hous- e lilm when stopping In Ills town. MR. T. D. Brennan, of Pittsburg, fined selling booze. be months but p. ml Dr. Ernest A. Graham, of good,ready it will occupancy. yet before civil caseseach forbeen disposed A few have Contractor for of this I it is Forest, Ohio are expected to arrive Krueger is going to make a good job of week, but the criminal business this Warrcn-uarneLincoln Circuit Court. Monday, to attend the it if it takes all of the coming Sum term amounts to little or nothing. In a Judgment of wedding next Wednesday. In fact this court will bo remembered as coln obedience to rendeitrt nt the, the LinNovemcircuit court Miss Katherine Warren, who baa a one of ithe poorest in tho history of ber term. Unit). In the action of W. II. RRnlrnt Mrs. Habrti M. Review at Tuscola, position with the The creditors of Mrs. Mary B. Bryan Lincoln county. , commissioner III., will arriyo Monday to attend the aro hereby notified that their claims wlllon SI ON DAY, DKO. 13, lfUW, The most wonderful entertaimenta In of her sister Miss Emma must be filed with me, properly verified, marriage front of the new court home, offer for Warren, to Mr. Charles P. Garnett on or bofore Feb. 15th 1910. J. B. ever given at Walton's Opera House ale hi public outcry to the highest and best bidder on n credit of nix months a house Wednesday. Paxton, Master Com'r. Lincoln Cir were those of Tuesday and Wednesday and lot nvnr tueiluxit In Cril Orchard. Linevenings by Prof. Galvani, tho hypnot coln county, Ky., bounded tbust BeginMr. H. D. Campbell is over from cuit Court. ning at ii stone In the edge of the pike near m ist. A good crowd greeted the re- where stock settle In Junction of road Inte-l- y Wilmore with Lincoln county relatives. Lee Elkin, who is now mine markable man each evening and for stood; thence with line of said roi.d W John Ho and his partner, Mr. W. C. Pettus, of the line ot Sirs. Alice Nettlaml lot; drug store at Wllmoro host of tho Clements Houso at Danville, hours ho kept his audience in amaze- thence with her line N to lot of Jos. i'leas- havo sold their ants; thence siild line to pike; thence H with is succeeding admirably in his new line. ment. As a hypnotist, Prof. Galvani is line of snld pike to beginning, containing and wo hopo they will both return to something oer an acre. is setting a fine table and in every at the head of his class and as He a genthe best county In Kentucky. the of way pleasing his many patrons. Try tleman be should stand as high, for no Tho oblect of rue sale Is fur a division repurcnaser win oe MAURICE GlVENS, son of l)r. and Mrs. ine proceeds, Danville. theatrical man who has been quired to execute loml for the sale price, attend-in- g the Clements Houso when In hero in nuvable to the commissioner, bearlntf it ner J. Glvens, of Pittsburg, who is until paid, cent. Interest from date of college at Johns Hopkins University Some careless hunter set firo to dry years has made a moro favorable im having the force and effect sale n judgment of at Baltimore, has been offered a grass on Hon. W. II. Shanks' farm pression. He found many subjects here and secured by lien on the property. J. II. l'AXTON, M.O. L. O. O. the medical department Sundav and 10 or 15 cords of wood and who were at his will and the stunts he M. Atty. for Plaintiff. nt Cornell College, and he will probab a lanre field of erass were burned. Tho made them do were most amusing. As I. SIcltoherU ly accept. London Democrat. to Mr. E. T. Pence's many of our readers witnessed his clevfire then crossed I Mr. M. G. Reynolds writes us to farm and some 40 or 60 panels of fence er performances, it would be a waste Lincoln Circuit Court. to Turon, Kansas, to were destroyed. of space to tell tho many miraculous send his paper things the profes3or and his subjects In obedience to n Judgment of the Linwhich place he and his family havo rethe moved. "Uud'a" many friends In LinRead tho display advertisement of did. The former's wild drive through coln circuit court, rendered at J. U. Novemllryun, ber regret that he has seen Nunnelley'8 New Stock Yards. It is the streets Tuesday afternoon while ud mterm. line. In the action of etc., the coln and Pulaski Klwood Totten, r.. etc., commissioner will on fit to leave them, but hope he will the bluest and best stock yard this blindfolded, and finding tho articles MONDAY, DKO. 13, 1WV, do well In the Grasshopper btate. side of Kentucky river and Stanford is hidden by the committee in Mr. I. M. county court day, at about 1 h. m.. In front of the new court house. In Stanford, Ky., tho foremost cattle, mule, sheep ana Bruce's home, was only one of the many offer for sale at public, outcry to the highest and U'st bidder, on a credit of six months hoc market in this section. Bring vour of his wonderful performances. the house and lot nearHtnnford.ln Lincoln For nlco holiday presents go to Mue- stock hero on court days or any other county, Ky., on the Kaal side of the Dan ller's jewelry storo. lllett Htumord turnpike, bounded on the ana IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. West by sulci pike: on the North and Knst time and it will bo well cared lor by the Iiiudnf John llrlght, on the. Houth presents that are beautiful and buyers will be on hand. For Mrs. E. T. Wesley is dead in tho by the laud of W. II, II. containing vj nolea. and known us the "old tollgtite" prop lasting, go to W. II. Mueller. The Woman's Home and Foreign Bethel Ridge section of Casey. Sho erty.! was the mother of E. T. Wesley, of The object of the sale Is to pay the InIP you aro looking for fresh oysters Missionary Societies will observe tho debtedness of Mrs. Mary II. llryun and di vide the remuinuer among ner ueiriui law, "Week of Prayer" together next week, Somerset. and celery go to J. D. Horton's restauThe purchaser Kill o'By a deal completed tho Lebanon bond fur the purchasebe required to execute beginning Monday afternoon at 2 nrlce. payable to the rant. mouths, bearing - "" clock. Each afternoon will bo an open Grocery Co., a wholesale house, passed loniinloloner, due In six uuui oi sine mini per cent, iiiieriki irom OpGalvani, hypnotist, at Walton's every one of our own church into the hands of tho Cumberland Groc- paid, huvlng the force and ellect of a Judgsession and ment, and secured by lieu on the proiierty era Houso tonlght. Guaranteed and other churches Is cordially Invitea ery Co., of BurnBido. sold. The shares of tho Infants, Ixiralue and Vera Totten, will Master Wellington Robinson, son of Totten property until they remain a lien Services at M. E. Church, to attend. ou the attain the age of Thanksgiving, or Thursday Mr, and Mrs, John C. Robinson on the 31, unless their guurdluu lu the mean time You can get all the Ingredients for South. executes the loud required by the Civil J.1I.1'AXTON,M.O.L.O.O. that Thanksgiving black cake at G. D, aervtcea at night, will also bo for the Lancaster pike, fell and broke an arm Code. 0, 11. Baufivy, Atty. lor 1'lalntlffs. public, Instead of Thursday afternoon. last week. Advocate. Hopper's. to five-roo- m I. son-Wil- liam W-2- L. IL Iluglies T. W. Humble W. O. Martiin WINTER GOODS. Winter is about here ami it will pay you to look through our stock before buying. Sco our line of Scarfs, Underwenr, Outing, Dress GowIh, Shoes, Hosiery, Skirts, Ginghams, Novelties, Etc., Etc. This stock has been carefully eclectetl and we absolutely know our prices nre right. "We invite comparison on any article in our store and wo guarantee quality and prices to be equal to any in town nnd in a good many cases the price to be lower and the quality to be better. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., 'k 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. w ... BOILED DOWN, All Advertising is an invitation to come and buy. BUT THERE'S a whole lot of difference in it anyhow. m Mi-o-n- c k 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 money. after-thoug- ht CLEMENS HOTEL THOSE $15.00 Suits and those Overcoats and Raincoats well they tell their own tale. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. M. G. Commissioner's Sale u MURPHY. J. W. ACTON. m in Just think of it. Tho person that buys goals on time nnd pays hi accounts has to pay enough extra to make up for the ones that do not pay, or tho merchant has to go out of business. Remember we save you money 'on each purchase. Men's extra heavy overalls 04c; rueu's heavy fleeced under-we44c per garment; a full suit for 88c; n full lino of misses' and ladies' underwear 24c up to 49c; men's heavy work shirts 49c; tho best outings, any color, 9ic per ard; heavy Dress Giuchams 9Jc: Anmn Rim.li.n,. tw 7Jc; 84 patent shoes 83.53; 84 vici kid and box calf shoes $3.53; men's bro-ca81.25 aud so on.. Arbuckles cofl'eo 15c: a regular on,, imlt i: 17.. Boa Bon Baking Powder 4c; Arm & Hammer Soda 4c; keg soda 2 lbs. for oc; Capital Aiatcnes, largo box, 4c; Uhio Jtiver Salt, 280-lb- . barrel, $1.50, Dou't forget to call for a copy of our monthly price list on or after tlm MtU of each month. ar ..j Commissioner's Sale MURPHY King's & Tho Cash Bargain 8tore, ACTON; Mountain Ky. Rriug Your Cattlo nnd Mules to Stanford. "locals. Niiiinelley's New stock 111 ....YiinlL. -- iJtPr Aro. now completed and nro ready for nil kinds oi live stock, with good covered pens and plenty of feed itnd water. Pirat-chumid churges miouable. Your support aud patroiiago cordially solicited. Phono No. 1. Court Day, Second Monday. iiccom-inodatiui- is ' I. M. BRUCE. Assistant. ssfcstiMttlifti ffif jj-- i - -- aimiii.rti,isiidsi a. M mjii t i's .a .. a sU ...AJwA. 'aa'iintsl 1' B. D. Holtzetaw sold to T. S. Elkin Gobblers nnd hens of the Lannerdon A I ilrslrntoaellrirlrntely my residence In Oonger nnd Owen A llnrbee strain for sale. 17 heifers at 3 CO Thoroughbred bronse. large bone nnd beau Crab Orchard. House of eight rooms nnd nn acre ot land. Abundant outtiulldlngs Mm, W. K, DiminK, u at Stanford at Mniertdxnlhe Sow and plus for sate, (rood stock. tlftil plumage. and nil In good repair. Icated In locnl op. H. It. 1, Htnnfonl, I'hone tmni-cla- u T. G. Bruce, Junction City. tion town where n good graded school runs matter. nine . months. Abundant wnterot the best T. G. Nunncllcy sold 3,800 pounds ot arli-tyOne third cash nnd Inlnnce In one ! nnd two years nt er cent. tibacco at Danville at 121c IJII.W. M. DOOItRH, Two hundred mules changed hands t'rnli Orchard, Ky. (lover Motel, nt Crab Orchard, nlsn storeNo. II, Month, lliMr.x. at Franklin Monday for a total sum of room Just across street, with po't onioe No.H, Houth, 10SIS A M. 4 sw A. M, nnd n cottage or olllca of three No.il, North, 132.000. rooms. All necessary outbuildings. No.n.North.Bili r. H. No. T7, 10:31 A.M. T. D. English and J. R. Knox, of MI.M.oniTlHflOVKIt. No.M.JsWP. X. I'rnb Orchard, Ky, Boyle, fold to Clel Coleman 38 1,300 JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. pound cattle at Gc. I IVnler In nnd Manufacturer of Jack L. Beazley lost by death one of his fine black horses. He refused $700 Wensk the patrounge nt our friends and neighbors for our nursery Cranlto-Monu-monts- , for the pair some months ago. stock. It Ucarefullr selected, clenn, thrifty Marblo and Senator R. L. Rubble's Tom Grecn nnd well grown. Prices are reasonable. AdSurgoon Dontlst, J.A.MOKKH. ran second at Latonla Tuesday. He dress Kings Mountain, Lincoln Co., Ky. Markers and Posts, Cemetery nnd ljwn STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. was favorite but Center Shot nosed Vases nnd Helices. Olllce and works, McKlnney.Ky. him out. Office orcr McRoberts' Drug Store in At Jos. Ferris' sale in Bourbon, tho Owsloy Building. yearling mules sold at $140 to $1G0; Kor House and Carriage lalntlng and Trlm mlug. Taper Hanging, (lun cows, $37 to JG7.50; corn in field, $2.30 lug. Hhop opposite depot. nnd liOCksmllh I per shock. J. J. Hki.dem, Htanford, Ky I desire to sell privately my stock of GroC. C. Carpenter, of tho West End, The farm of HOnores, of good blue Rrnss ceries and Hardware, Ifolng n good busiuna, ijini ono nuio xvnrm ot AtOKinne-'.o- n ness. Will Invoice nbout IM. Ilensou sold to Dr. Winaeor, of Hot Springs, I the Htnnforcl plko. Improvements nnd III health. JfticliiETRooil: plenty of nter and fruit. Ark., a pair of mares by Dignity Dare OKO. I). ItOt'I'KK. Htnnfonl. Ky. Alio lis ncrr of tlmlwred lnnd one mile Vv IK $1,250. W I1 last of MoKtiiner limit under fence ; plenty for ll'ltl .ntl n fllA.,.1.... Ut..w. ...! ,...... ... f writer nnd good tobacco lnnd. Hio grow In the stomach of a cow slaughtered nlthlng Htore, located In the best town In ng crop. J.A.aiVKNH.Agent, lloyle county. A great opportunity for the McKlnney. Ky. at St. Joseph, Mo , was found an iron right man. Htock will nbout tVk. of an inch in diameter Address M. J., care Interior Journal, man-forrod Veterinary Hurgeon A !entltt, and 13 inches long. Tobacco reached; the 23c mark at JHare your mensure tnken by n tnllor of exI perience. Then your clothes, w hethern low Danville this week. A portion of tho price uutinru suit or the llnest evening lothes.twlll bnre thnt IndlTldunllty and tit crop of R. L. Potts, of Parksville, which plMnly they were made to I'hone No. t0. Calls answered promptly.day Having decided to locate elsewhere, I will or night. located at II. II. Carter's l.lvery your measure. lndlcntenlio take your mens-r- e brought that price. I will sell privately for extra trousers, fancy vests, top pooling of the wool crop acres, more ormy farm nt Highland of HI Hum. Plans for the less. Improvements good; coats' and overcoats. Fall and Winter on place; good barn: good orch-nrsamples on band ready for your Inspection. in Robertson county are being perfect?1 well watered. J. II. Dhkiiit, II. O. KUl'LK V, The Tailor. ei and a contract formulated that is Wnynesburg. Ky. Htanford, Ky, Full line Dutches Trou-er- s in latest Fabric, Worsted", Cnhnierc and lid to be meeting with much favor. Corduroys. All guaranteed with plenty of style nnd snap, 12 to $7.50. Two red sows with one small shoat Moroland, Kontucky. CUT, FLOWERS FOB SALE! Call aud inspect our line before you buy. came to my place about Nov. 1. Own I can furnish the nubile with the twal. a. well lis the freshest of cut (loners, plants of er can get them by paying for this noMrs. Norn (loodknlght'a farm on I)anllle u Kiuus, uuius, pouea nowers, on snort tice and their keep. D. B. Tudor, Stan- Aenue for rent for lvlO.near graded school; New Fall Lino Millinery now in. Botlce. Also make a specialty of wreaths unfailing cistern and pond; largo Ixirn nnd ford. lor for funeral purposes. good house and outhouses. Heu Mrs. Also iNew Furniture cominj in al In connection with the above, I have all nt her town home on iJtncnster Mi J. Farris, the cattlo king of kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable most daily. Avenue old Kernel place. prices. Boyle, has sold about 800 cattle to difOlIltlHTMAN (1IIEKN HOUSES. G. 11. Pnuirr, Morcland, Ky. ferent parties during the past week at Kl lluniiAHn, I'ROK. Htanford, Ky. 4c to 5Jc. They ran from G75 to 1,323 pounds. Tobacco and Tobacco Dark roan steer, weight about CC0 One story cottage of eight rooms and all necessarr outbulldlncs. Lot contains one pounds, is at my place. Owner can get acre, divided Into cow lot on whlcb Is roomy him by paying for this notice and his Dnrn, uuggy nouse, corn criu, eic. nmw- Hnt lug suffered considerable annoyance Nothing But damage from outlaws. In Breaking gale carden snot. This Is n desirable nlnce. localkeep S. M. Brown, Stanford, R. F. edon corner of Whitley nnd Miller streets. and latches nnd tearing down and destroying my gates, on the county road that runs A. II. IIOI.T7.OL.AW. Btauford, Ky. D. No. 2. through my farm. I hae concluded to ofter a rewnrd for Information lending to the The Planters' Protective Association The Insurance Man, or wron. I conlctlon of such FARM FOR SALE OR RENT. sold at Guthrie about 450,000 pounds of will therefore gle the sum of V) for InforSTANFORD, KY. mation leading to the nrrest and con tctlou tobacco to Morrow Bros , of Adairville, ol any party or parties', that hnve broken Residence Phone 34; Office, M. prices ramrine from 9 to 14 vnts. the latches on any of my gntes,or thnt hnve Insure with rue and be fully tobacco lnnd In saw eddonn or Oontnlns ncres,tit McKlnney. Will on the county torn down nny of my gates road whlcb runs from the the county, 1M miles from protected. OTTENHEIM. ellor rent. Hut two dwellings, one ot four Hustonville turnpike to the MllUnlgevllle rooms and the other of two rooms. Two turnpike, through my farm, and I wlllclru same amount for Information of nearly OH Elmer Adams is at home after a year's orchards hold luncres trees. Toluicco barn thethe arrest nnd conviction of nny leading uirty or of tobacco cheuest to thnt will parties who In the future commit any of the stay in Oklahoma and Kansas. In Kentucky nt price. farm uliove offenses. O.K. IlltAWNKIl, Mrs C. H. Kerr is spending a few McKlnney, Ky. Witness my band this 10th dar of August, IKU. T. J.HII.I..HU. days with her parents, S. M. Chandler We are In position to do all kinds of conand wife. creting, such as lllock Work, Pavements & Sailey Doanc has a job braking on and. In fact, we enn make any thing from r bouse down to n fence post. We can. serve the C. V. and he will begin work on joa promptly nnd guarantee wwk and material. (Jail and get our prices the 27th. Oscar Frazier has moved to Furniture and Undertaking. Before you buy your material at leust. Ephraim James' place. Potl-Offi- The Interior Journal. FARMER'S DEPARTMEHT. TURKEYS FOR SALE1 Home For Sale! L. N. TITCE THBLE FOR SALE Harry Jacobs, w.gxk. Jo y wl NOTICE liome-gronn A. S. PRICE, J. J. BELDEN, FOR SALE FARM FOR SALE Stock of Merchandise for Sale. ssBbsw to t Falljand- Winter Stock" Dr. Willis Morgan, three-eighth- s FOR SALE Stanford, Kentucky. 1I nIPttBous3&- - storo-hous- e G. B. PRUITT. Easy in Any Position. Small Farm For RentI (loud-knig- ROBINSON, SAMSTANFORD, KY. HOME FORSALEI hurts larnt. Insurance REWARD. Jesse D. Wearen, A Full Stock of Thanksgiving plies Sup- at ll CONCRETING ilrst-class TRIBBLE PENCE, HENRY W. H. HIGC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. INSURANCE. ft m Insures Tobacco, Tobacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, Life.Live Stock.Health and Accident, Plate Glass.Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without dis- R. B. MAHONY Otis Spratt was shot below the eye by a stray bullet fired by some careless hunter. He was shucking corn at the time on A. R. Matheny's farm. It is not giving him any trouble. Tobacco stripping is all the go wilh the farmers here now. With a few crops sold and more to follow, the people are looking forward to plenty of money to spend this Christmas. We will wager a gill of butter milk that before the year is ended there will be some babies named "Dink" an there has been almost as much talk in the pre about his perseverance as there was about Bryan's. They both started in politics about the same year. Ni-- Day Phone 28. ht Phone 133. WATTERSON'S PAPER Stanford, Kentucky, Dinwiddie & Co. J CIk Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. Weekly Courier Journal -- .AND. The Interior Journal Surplus, BOTH ONE YEAR FOR Capital, $5O,O0O.00 40,000.00 340,000.00 - Kills Her Foe of 20 Years. "The most merciless enemy I had for 20 years,' declares Mrs. James Duncan, ot Haynesvllle, Me., "was Dyspepsia, I sulTered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep. After many remedies had failed and several doctors gave mo up. I tried Electric Bitters, which cured me completely. Now I can eat anything. I am "0 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again." For Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Kidney Trouble, Lame Back, female Complaints, It's uncqualed. Only 60o at Penny's Drug Store. The country hereabouts is getting desperately "dry." Between Render Bon and Paducah, on the Illinois Cen tral railroad, there is not a single place where saloons can bo licensed. Be- Resources, Hustonville, Ky.i Undertakers and Embalmers. We carup-to-date . ONLY $1.50. Few people In tba United States have not l. Democratic heard of the In all thlnes, fair In all things, clean la all thing. It Is essentially a family paper. Ily a special arrangement we are enabled to ofL one fer the WEEKLYyear and this paper for the price named above. Bend your subscription for the comr bination to us not tc the Oourler-Jo- u Courier-JournaCOUIilEK-OUU.VA- W..M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, 3: H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT-- ' J- W. ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. J. B. PAXTON, H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. DIREOTOR3I count J. B. J, L.Beazley&Co., Owsley, Stanford; S. II. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford John B. Foster, Stanfordi W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T..O. Ran kin, Lancaster; J. H. Pax ton, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, ry an of goods. line Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancastor; II. Cummins, Prenchersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. XV. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Stoves and Ranges! Just received a large and well se- Uudeituera and Embalm. en. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattingg.Rug?. They will exchange Furniture for all Kin Is of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Righf, STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. tween Henderson and Nashville, on the ORGANIZED IN 1882. Louisville and Nashville, saloons can CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. get license only in Christian county. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. Between Henderson and Louisville on HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 the "Texas" railroad, license is granted only at Owens bo ro. For a thousand Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service- - Modern Safety or more miles in any direction HenderDeposit.Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. son is the only place where saloons are allowed t tun on Sunday and do pretty much as tbey please in all things. Henderson Gleanor. OFFICERS. t; lected stock of each. See our new Range before you buy. J. C. McCIary, nerves that are cry Ing out for help. Then liolp tbem, don't drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys. That is wrong, Vitalize these woaK Inside nerves with Dr. SUoop's Restorative and see how fast good health will come to you again Test it and see. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. It le the weak . S. Mocker, President:, S. T. Harris, John J. McRoberls, Cashier; II. O. Daugbman, Asst. Cash'r W.W. Saunders, Ilookkeeper. DIRECTORS. . II. Uaughman, F. Reld, M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettui. II. C. Daughman, . K. Cummins, S, T, Harris, no. C. Robinson, W. U O'Oaonon J, S. Mocker, O. II. Tate. GEORGE H. FARRIS, Stanford. LOW ROUND-TRIP t iff HOMESEEKERS TO FARES laler In.Harness, STANFORD, I MM PUOM, Undertaker. Embalmer and Saddler) , i- Man is the creature of God, and money is tho servant of man, and I protest Bjulnst all theories that enthrone money and debate mankind. W. J. Bryan, - KY- C. f 'Hnme'fhone Pains ot women, ncad pains, or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure, with Dr. Shoop's Pink Palu Tablets. See full formula on 2oo box. Sold by Peony's Drug Store. Mako your home as modem for your family us a city Mil. FARMER: residence, and nlace yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service, which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that in small compared with the benefits received. 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