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I bTBE INTERIORJOURN Lr r t VOLUME XVCVII H1ANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1910 N065 1 LITTLE GIRL ASSAULTED BY BURLY NEGRO WHO 18 TAKEN TO LEBANON TO AVOID A LYNCHINGTO BE TRIED AT SPECIAL COURT I The entire community was greatly shucked and enraged whoa now camp Saturdny about noon of the nt tempt made by the negro Shay fell wan to criminally nssauft llttlo Nun I at Rankin the l1Y rold dnightur- t ot Mr and Mrs LeRan ot Lr1Ules tburJ Is believed an attempt would huvo un1 doubteilly have been nmd to lyheh j him had not Sheriff lcCnrt SiltULjdayanilnlng trat was fixed for Monday r but so largo was tho crowd In town I I then and so Intcnsa tho feeling ox j pressed against tho black roan that s County Judge JP Halley telephoned to tho om cora at Lebanon not to bring him hero but to keep him they should be notlfled hllllli Judgo Lugta L Walker tho appointed circuit Judgo of this dis trict was hero Monday morning and I called a s vclal torso of circuit court to begin hero Sept 2Stlt to try Spit uian Ho gave Instructions not to huvo tliu negro brought back hero un til that time for It was easy to seea tho temper of tho people regarding him I Tho crime of tbo 1cllnan Nfgro alwas most ifivoltlng In Us details and plight of tho little girl as oho told the horrlblo story to hor mother bo tweqn sobs was pitiable Indeed Bhu hid gone with Pollmun to the spring- house whofa the milk Is kept during tho hot summer months tb fix the mornings milking Tho spring houso j Is some distance from tho homo so that It would be hard for muffled creams to bo heard Once Inside the spring house tho burly black man loatheisuch feeble resistance as she was capntile of lint was a incro plaything In his hands tier story of tho aral r I revolting and shows the cool botitlul of tho man Ids purpose accom iiflshcd he told the child that hu Iwould certainly kill her if she ever TwId anyono of what had taken place b up still suffering and terror strloke n by tho man and his dlro throats sho to the housei 4niter mother was coming from the o and met her and Iulckly seas ing that something was wrong asked l thh causo of her torn and disordered clglhea and the blood on her gar rants Then it was that the little girl down Completely and cry- Ing bitterly told her mother of wha- imdoccurred t Horrorstricken as she was tra- It akln did not lone her selfproses Sho fa a woman of very level he 3and realized the consequences of an untovtrd move She feared the Negro might escape If a general pllIredon jbtdgclhTr with olhernefgbborst flies cane armed with shot guns and re vpterdandwgn at once to the barn whero the Negro was working un conscious that bts fearful deed was thnli4 Seeing tho determined men with guns he know it was all up how eye Beforo a word wife 8 db1 them bQ throw up 1116 hands and got oai the ground begging for his life tiff declaring that he had done nothing II Ho said that he had simply sent UUItTgfrlJP th tvoust admonlHhlrig ket sWt would get her Clothes wet in iifie sprlBg iiBttB- eTbetfeMrr ttaHkln would have ote1 N jotfFVW llii il g1l1csl Iaiivi of flshter night but did not to take his llfo In such a col- y blood and being lawabiding alandithafttVV ib allowed to takq t v course desfsted from violence ofan sort and simply told him to accom pany them to town It waa with some trouble horwever that some of the hotter heads wero retrained from I shooting the Negro nt once but rea son provalled aid they started to town with kl a buggy severe t V s riding on horseback with shotgunI of SQUlW McKech Die aft lIbbletf8 eriff McClirt1 and Deputy W S Embry and others from town mot them and accompanied tho firmed cavalcade back to tho city Nows of tho affair had quickly been bruited about and there was a big crowd In front of the court house when tho prisoner was brought In shortly after noon Ho was taken at ogre to the court room of County Judge James P Bailey The crowd was excluded no an to avoid any chance of Violence being offered film Dud Judge Bailey fled Iris ex amining trial fpfM6nday morning at nine oclock 1 e Jto waB thou hulI d t J fYJall iijiatiaytternoon as tho rbwtjngan r 6 gather In town and much rmob talk was hoard on tho streets Judge Lewis 1M Walker the newly appointed Circuit JUdge of this district was telephoned to at his homo at Lancaster and told of the conditions It was suggested to him that he tom0 to Stanford at once and bo In a position to assure ho enraged friends of the Rankin family should thoy seem disposed to take the law Into their own hands that ho would Inrmnol n special grand Jury rt once nnd have an immediate trial Judge Walker hardly thought It necessary that ho come here but expressed a wlljingnoss to try tho Negro at once If It would do any Rood and said that Judge Bailey and County Attorney W S Burch should take Penman to Lex Iligton If thero was believed to bo mobtanyI Accompanied by Judge flea V Smith of Somerset his brotherinlaw Mr leo Rankin father or tho little girl returned Into Saturday after nooo from Somerset whero ho had ben attending tho fair He and oth er relatives brought tho little girl to town Monday thinking that tho ex amining tral ot Penman would be held then the time nxed by judge Bailey Tho llttlo girl Is still III from the barrelling experience She Is alomst n nmro baby In size and is frail but Is a pretty child It It believed to be a certainty tint the death penalty will bo meted out to Pollinan the law making his crime the only one In the category except murder for which capital pun ishment Is provided Under tho re not yet been Installed at tho state pen nogm would not be hung If convicted but electrocuted In the death chair at Frankfort However the appara tus for inflicting this new mode ot capital punishment In Kentucky hay not yet been nslalled at the state pen itentiary It Is understood so that noosetIts work where the death penalty Is Inflicted by a jury 1 Pnllman Is a married man with three children lie had worked for Mr Rankin for about six years and so far as known had never been I trouble efpre except that It was charged several times that ho sold I I blind tiger whisky to the negroes In his community lio has several broth era In that section of the county One 1Is said to have been In town Satur day morning selling groceries but when he heard of the affair and saw his brother being brought In by tho + armed men ho vamoosed out of town In a hurry Crab Mauri ItI Th0 London fair wiBwell patron bed is reports are correct that 1- 1thinI railroad tickets were sold at I station Mr Robert Thompson brou back several blue ribbons on IBradiordsvllleMcWljorter horses was called to by telegram to bo wIth her brother who Is crlUcl1l1y III wIth typhoid fever Rev R C Kimble has returned homo after holding a most satisfac tory BitfeUBsf ol two weeki near Campbclttivllle l Mrs Will iiurch of Stanford and Sam Burch ot TucalooBa Alawere vlsl ItoI nt the drab bfcHafa Springs this week Mrs Uabe AddImptnd children o isnothesr DucbaRa- n11mss Annie Broninugh has returned London after attending tho fair and vlBltlnglier many friends of thatt little city I Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup givenr11as soon as tho child becomes hoarse or oven allot the croupy cough ap- pearsI will prevent the attack Sold by Pennys Drug Store LATE JUDGE 8AUF EYS LAST GRAND JURY ITt1F Top row deft to right Deputy Snerlff W S Erabry Grand Jurors J M Lair C Mobley H ti Lutes W T Elliott J A Johnson Jesuo Walter Middle row Reuben Dudderar John Englcuiah 0 T Goo h A D Root B T Lunsford R II Crow Lower row The late Judge M C Saufley Commonwealths Attorney C A Hordln This photo was taken afew days before Judt j Saufleys death GREAT INTEREST IN TWO BIG STOCK SALES BIG CROWD OF PRbMINENT BUYERS EXPECTED HERE TODAY AND TOMORROW Two of the biggest stock sales ever hold In this part of Kentucky or the South fur tint matter will be held In Stanford today Tuesday and to nonow lion W H Shanks will have life big sate of mules brood nmrenJuckg and cattle nt his farm belwium thtf Crab Orchard and Sow erset pikes today On Wednesday J H llaughuviu will soil at his former borne place Just on the outskirts of town on the Somerset pike what has Loan advertised as the finest herd oj mules nnd brood mares In Central Kentucky Col J P Chandler will crv the first sale while Cold I M Dunn and T D Kngflsh wlff oiliclate at the naughiuan dispersal Tho weather conditions for ideal sale days could tiqj be more auspi olous but both sales were be hold rain or shine Mfc dntighman is de termined that Jupiter Pluvlus shall not Interfere with him In the least so has secured the big exhibition tent of tho KadelKrltchfleld shows which aro playing at tbo opera house this week This Immense tent seats 1 000 people and makes a spfendld sale enclosure Both men have engaged expert burgoo makes to serve the dinners which will be free to every + one attending Conveyances will meet all trains No sales held In Kentucky In recent years have been as fully and systematically advertised as these two sales Thousands ot bills have been spread broadcast over all this section of the state while the ndvor Using columns of the newspapers In this territory have been used most1a viably and Judiciously nien have hot stlnteil themselves In tnl3 regard tor they hav s tM goods and realized that the only effective way to M tho peoplQ kiiowlt was tnroupn the use of printers Inky Mr Baugtirians final ad rB found on the last page of thlh Usue Iqit ho gives the Wonderful record nla mules have made In the fair rings of Kentucky and tells Just what tie has to otter Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is today the best known medicine In use for the relief and cure of bowel complaints 11 cures griping diarrhoea dysentery and should be taken at the first un natural looseness ot the bowels It Is equally Valuable for children and adultBll always cures Sold by Pen nys Drug Store A special rromA GtasgbwV says= lost vali MrfBridges had been working the road and brought hometwo sticks of dyna mite In his wagon Ho drove under the shed In his burn and left the vagon for the night Wiles ho weut out to milk tho next morning he found both lying dead and a piece ot chewed dynamite told the story Start to rid yourself of catarrh today Breathe Hyomel It will cure you Ask dLPenuy about It He guarantees It Complete outfit In t chiding Inhaler U Separate bottle tOc 19 Additions 10 CHRISTIAN CHURCH WHEN MEETING ENDED FRIDAY Tho revival services which have been In progress at the Christian church durng tho past tow weeks came to an end Friday evening art er having brought 19 souls Into the Masters fold Dr Morrow of the Bible College at Lexington was a most pleasing and convincing speak er nnd pleased everyone Cupid Still at Work SEVERAL MORE POPULAR COUP LES ARE WED You cant down him Lithe Dan Cupid continues to work hand in hand with County Clerk George B Cooper at hle marrage license mar ket Soi rut more permits for en trance into wedded bliss wore Issued hero since lost week I Luther Hancock aged 18 and Miss Delma Johnson a sweet girl of 17 got their license here and were made one at tho Rocky Ford church In Casey county Sunday Their home is in Casey Richard Williams a prominent young man aged 23 and Miss Lucy Cummins the popular and attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs W H Cum- mins of Preacbersville were joined in wedlocks holy bonds on Saturday John D Howard who Is 42 years old and a nephew of Berry Howard was married on Saturday to Miss Kat ie L Simpson aged 26 This was Mr fourth matrimonial ventureJames E Young aged 19 a son ot Mr and Mrs George W Young of Highland and Miss Mamie Chestnut aged 16 received license and will b married today at the hotye ot Reu helm ytJg FOR SALEII i Small well niproved farm outside of town limits between Stanford and Rowland containing 25 12 acres good house out houses new barn fin young orchard water at house an barn W6iId make a good dairy o truck farW for right man I also haVe farm of10dacres of un Improved bind situated on Dlx river and county road This land Is all 1 grass except Ifi acres which Is in cult I vatlou This land will grpw fine t bacop or corn and has some fine Um ber on It Will sell cheap and mak terms to suit the purchaser or will trade for town prppertjr For tutor station write or call on me at Rowland Frank CordIer iNsURANC THAT INSURES It Is with pleasutja that we recommend JeIgaiRrancre Man e compan lee reprpienfed by hlra for their prompt attention rind liberal settle ment of l0eaeaT SJfinedJ f D HAMMONDS I Tho Carlisle Advocate says T W I Mastln employed at the BJO Iraas Poultry douse killed 90 rooatera1l t 6 minutes ilmjtlri Jla I m Frederck picked them In II minute Thats going some Isnt It I l J tit1ftDi II J1 IJ W REGISTRATION LAW NEEDED IN KENTUCKY ED WALTON SAYS THAT OF GEOR GIA HELPS IN HONEST HOLDINGI Atlanta Ua dept 0 I notice in Fridays Interior Jour nal this you twit me on my predic lion that Coy Drown would defeat hfxG9r Hoke Smith When I wrote the letter some three weeks ago It did look very much Hkti Brown would be Ktor but changed and he was the vanquished instead 1 wrote youll remember that people were for Smith but the politicians realizing that they could not control him tiero against him and fdr Coy Browti who possesses nothing like so much eta bility I believe that the political Jugglers would do what t have seen them so frequently do in Kentucky 1regIstraUonIs due the credit ot having passed ken eoPle from over In Tennessee e and Alabama from coming over Into Georgia and Indulging in the right of suffrage This law that all voters register six months In advance of elections and It would bo a great thing for Kentucky it such a law were In force there In Lincoln county it would be an especial blessing for It would forever put an end to the gang Just over the line in other coun ties crossing over and voting It would means that the crowd that usually conies up from around Shelby City to Stanford would have to devise other means of niaklng money on election day By the way how did you get It Into your cranium Brer Saufley that Toy Brown did pot favor the enforce meut of the prohibition law From Inquiry of a number of Georgians I to find that he ever even inti mated that he was against the law and certainly he would not have been so foolish as to go on recorJ ng favor Ing the dlsoberanoe + f it From what I can glean Oov Browns record co the whisky quustlca It fully as good as that of jHou Hoke Smiths m anyone else He Is a big man in the Baptist church and a Christian gentlemanOur was gotten front an associate Press dispatch from At LantaElfNo had the gubernatorial primary been dls of than a race for mayor and other city offices was begun The present mayor Mr R F Maddox declined to stand for reelec lion but since he took the convention of mayors at St Paul by storm At lanta people regardless of porty of filiation have begun a canvass for thin The national Convention of mayors meets here next time and theyI want a good man like Mr receive and turn the keys of the city over to the visiting hosts Mr Mad dox has made a most satisfactory of octal and Is one of the big men of Atlanta He Is president ot the American National Bank and has the oef this great city He Is a man among men and h mayor of whom the people are justly proud The present has surppssud all other years In building here At pres lent over 15000000 worth of contracts are out bCFCafld rhoye everykind Includ of bulhllnlLrom a clip cottage to a ml hotel coruerdAyessrand wilt be thet most beautiful hotel building In the Quth tg of Fagiers KWlntor hotels fWjFlqrida manbut now one of New Yprk Cltys multi Hne Io e thtt cItl i w Q t ll d aJPt ra oqf It This will gty a number ortbl r dovho1tel3 including the Pl dlaopy tner AragoaUio i I the Peachtree lhnantlnurabVr ot qtjil t j efsf read in the j3 sevocal artl cle on tnI pt M ancley and haverQt Ifkoahak lPg handswith an tiose 1rQuk1rll1os peifs they caine I have addeAmy qIand honored dead would add end more tatltelto hIs wreath Ho wals a great man and a most reia irHbW In ninny ways Ills death Is a brow that will bo felt in the good State pi Kentucky for years to come May time assuage tine grief of those who loved ail respected him who steep in bc4Qttjl Buffalo cemetery kb a1 r GREAT DAY FOR- TOBACCO POOLERS J CAMPAIGN GIVEN IMPETUS AT t PAINT LICKSPEAKING HERE ON NEXT MONDAY The movement for pooling of tho 18JO tobacco crop was given a great Impetus south of the river at the en thusiastic meeting ot Canard and Madison county growers held at Paint Lick Saturday Congressman Owsley Stanley Ward Hendley Col Jack Chlnn Bradley Wilson and oth ors who are lighting for the success ot the iiool all made speeches and at the conclusion a dozen ot the most prominent farmers and tobacco growers In that section signed up theIr Hit 0 crops Among them were the men who had signed the call for it this meeting to discuss the situation Dip Speaking Here The next big meeting will be held Rr here In Stanford next Monday Coun ty Court day Hon Ward Headley the sllver tongued orator from West ern Kentucky who went through the successful fight with the dark tobac co growers against tho trust will be on hand as will R L Ferguson Vice t President of the Durley Tobacco So ciety Bradley Wilson and others Itjis planned to have Congressman Stanley come a little later The lead ers In this movement hope to kayo a large attendance of all tobacco men who are Interested In maintaining the present good press of the crop whether they Intend to pool or not The speaking will be held in the court house beginning at 130 oclock Parksville Misses Mary and Nancy Cozatt aro visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Garten at Bradtordsvllle Mr Ernest Wayne If visiting his brother Mr J T t t Wayne at Somerset and attending the Pulaski county fair Mrs James U Baxter of Gravel Switch was a guest of Mrs J E Caldwell lost week Mr Jack vnson of jfradfordsville U a guest of Mr and sirs J J Cozatt Mr F t Joues madea business trip to Campbellsvllle Tuesday Mr M Roy Westerfleld Is spending a row days at home with his parents MrFand Mrs a H Westerfield Mrs J W Cozatt and son of Jessamine county were gUesta of Mrs Annie Parks loaf week Mr and Mrs R H levers of Gravel Switch plaited Mr W B Oerstreet sad wife last week Miss Ella Bldnfprd Is a guest of relatives at LaFolletV Tenn Mrs N A Vnnar dall Is visiting her son Charles in Chicago 111 Mr John H ParkIs a guest ot his uncle Mr Granville Durham of Akron Ohio A horse attached to a bugger coo taming Miasess Myrtle Brown dad Mixrgaree liars got frightened at thq train Saturday and ran away smash ing the buggy pretty thoroughly The occupants escaped unhurt So thoroughly Impressed with his studies was Master William Drown when he retired Friday evening that later In the night he arose from his couch of rest and wended his way to the scoolhouse on the hill When he arrived at the place of destination be it awoke Mr CJeorge w Ticker acid to ifr Get y CouUer fo tfbjpkba a Deceived ten cents a pound rBro Moore icceiyedjhe same pnce rom the same party for five 10 1I was sadly disappointed at thetail tire of etcher Hon P M McRoberta lor Judge Ceo M Davlson torecelvt the appplntraent to the ptg e piaijo vacant by the death Judge M C aufley Both are good men and I had set mx heart on hearagsthatone- or the other tit jiheua d the persimmon la my opteTon either would haye aied thAwexalted post flog qult as nQc bl its Judge Lewis L Walker Klrwasjugta little p irUal to lt oberts who has done more work for his party and Rotten less thaa any member of thee Q ofI Know of The refusal of lrlcJto1lelts to go to London when 1ogTawt Taylor adjourned ther legislature to that little mountain hamlet Uurjns alb stormy scene3 at Franktojt stand have procured the a enttor him rather than have I defeated TnVn Republicans have a strange way of doing things though and their ways are ways of mystery 1 hope yet to see Mr McRoberU I honored BC tYALTbtlJ s 1 j rocr DA SIPTMiBBJi 6 1U10 IAOE TWO pj 11PR1f IWIIJ e THE INTERIOR JO yRNALTVI r THE INTERIOR Established J 2URNALi i aVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At I Per Year In Advance IHELTON SAUFLEY Publisher Entered at the Post OiRce at Stan lord Ky as Second Class mall j There is a quiet tip out here that State Auditor Frank P James Is B lug to write a letter of apology to our new Circuit Judge Lewis L Walk er for the unrestrained method Mr James employed In discussing the ap pointment of Mr Walker to the judgeship by Acting Governor Cox Mr James Is said to have been reminded that it was Mr Walker who placed his name before the republican state convention as a candidate for audl tor and that it was through Senator t Bradleys influence wielded at Walk ers request that put James over the i plate for the nomination and gave him the Job he now holds We do not know the truth of all this but a mighty reliable little bird whose roost is In the rafters of a certain log cabin vouches for it all So it does 1 seem that politicians sometimes have Bilghty short memories OUR GRAND OLD MAN Istss J Proctor Knott quietly celebrated bis 80th birthday at his home lu Leba Fnon Monday He Is tho Grand Old Man of Kentucky and we trust that having lived for four score years that he may be spared for many days yet to come and that they may all be days + ot peace and contentment J Proctor Knott was not only the greatest man 4 that this district ever sent to Con gress but the entire State never had an abler a more brilliant or more honest man in the Halls of Congress His name Is known from one end oft this country to the other As the Chairman of the Judiciary Com mittee of the House he ranked with Jerry Black as the first constitutional y lawyer of the country As a debater on the floor he was a match for James Q Blaine As a satlrest ho was in a class all by himself and his isDuluth speech has never been equal ted the English language As a f tbltfbenat iffrrofltitree from worau t SALIlVET podtlrelr dean out the not 1oal la roar Sheep but In enr otter wonderworkIBC H OtlVtt lea wonderful tonic lid eon t adpparClenlaDc1 0 Jf I Ie saidha I Pence Bros i tIknowledge Knowing him intimately for more than twenty years of his pub lie life he never ceased to surprise us with the Infinite variety of his know ledge and his absolute correctness and thoroughness Taking him In the breadth and scope of his mind and In the versatility of his talents we aru fully persuaded that there does not live in the South a greater man than J Proctor Knott He Is as great as were Deck Carlisle Hill of Georgia or Lamar of Mississippi who were his colleagues in Congress On his 80th birthday we take off our hat to th4 Grand Old Man of Kentucky and our dear old friend J Proctor Knott Elizabethtown News News I write to tell the good news that Cardul has helped me so much lustworthwrites Mrs Maryan Marshall of Woodstock Ga 1 do hope and trust that ladies are suffering as I did will take Cardui for it has been a Gods blessing to me and will certainly help every lady who Is suffering C tiS2 zTake =cARIO1 The Womans TonicI No matter if you suffer from headache backache pains In arms shoulders and legs draggingdown youfeelout and generally miser youItof other ladles Weaklsickand if give it a tnal you will be thankful ever after 17 f We Have This Season 1 ff The Hoosier DrilllL i With All the Latest Improvements It J yourIi o f i FARMERS Read This if sVYou Have Sheep Q f worms leeriagtheanlmaJtratodlgeetd tbo6KrellCa aarVat Good Stock Repays Care pee111yten in goOd hard cash Keep Hoglinworms by feeding This wonder working medicated butlittleand intestines In perfect condition BO that every particle of food Is di SalVetdoesA lOpound paCkage for75 cents Coaweltad01to Stanford Kentucky I I Fill Aid WiRltr SNlfiHeS My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your inspection They comprise tho best on the market I can suit any one as to price xiho has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To have them mhde to measure doesnt cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is considered Come In and let me take your measure H C Itupley the Practical TnIIor0 Can be depended upon is an ex pression we all like to hear and when it is used in connection with Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It means that it never tails to cure diarrhoea dysentery or bowel complaints It Is pleasant to take and equally valuable for children and adults Sold by Pennys Drug Store CHOLERA KILLS k Dont let this moat k destructive ol all J infectious diseases fc get a grip ea i your flock A few drop of BOURBON POULTRY CURE In the water turn and presents Cholera Umberneck Roup and other existing form of poultry diseases and putt fowls In prime condition for egglaying e One 30c bottle mike 12 gallons of medicine raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine on hand H Ne Northcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tuoor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR liens 9IOc Springers 10llc Turkeys 1213c Ducks per 1b8cRoo1-ters per Ib 55C tides per Ib 7c Feathers 15iOc Ginseng per IbSOOello- wRoot per lbjl125LI- ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FORfN2 iCE We can please you Phone 153 I JG Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today for Hens 9 12 to lOo tss HIe Springers 11 to 11 l2c Roasters 15 to 5 l2c Turkeys 112 to 13c Ducks J r7 to Sc llldffg 6 13 to 7c Feathers 15 to 43c Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick en Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce Phone 20 l1i A LUXURIOUS NECESSITY In every home is a handsome sanitary appointed bathroom It uddd to the joy and comfort of living Keeps doc tors bills down too Wo are prepar ed to put one in for you and when you get your figures you wont find thorn nearly So high as you expect W K WARNER Phone 180 Stanford Ky I 1 t A few more days and you will be looking for that new t Fall suit and we just want to remind you that we are ready for you with a beautiful lot to select from Ofcourse you know that BROWNS are the thing this time with blue serges and blacks always goodtOur prices range from 10 to 30 and as good tailoring as a needle and m achine willmake Vin t H J McRoberts I ICHOOSINGIs an I every style for every uso tin1 at about any prlco 1lia only whip you I cannot get here is a poor one have none of that rind Our VoI are only a sample of f ur harness all kinds of horse goods Youll tho latter just as good as the whips and equally moderate In price J C McCLARY Stanford Ky INSURANCE IB A LADDEI by which you escape ruin in ease of fire It Is the only rational way In which you can protect what you own Dont argue that youll save the premiums and Insure yourself What If a fire should come today tomorrow or next week How much would yap have to build a new Jiourfe T et us Insure you today Fish 4 Pennington Stanford Ky hon 200 If you lave anythjrigrto sell lathe STOCK LINE Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards He buyand sal 8 every in the year except Sunday Bring on your tock Best iu the State with plenty of ed and water beat covered penbr outside of Louisville or Lexiigton I STANFORD KY Wealeo do a Ian era hitch and feed bwinwe 13 fB3B1 EI jrO L Penny R Uoffey E R Ice Cream Soda to I l w SS I aSS Grape nice mAnda Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At- M m m STOREm u u u n rnoMI MJInIIJ JLBeazIeyCo I n Undertakers and Embalaj an Also Dealers in Fur Theywillall Kinds of Stock Give Them Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In and Mannte purer of Marble and Granite Monu ments LAWoaeKlnneyXyOHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Aug 29Sept24 1910 A magnificent parade will take 3 hours to pass a given point will mark the opening of the Ohio Valley Exposition Aug 29th 1910 Special low rates to Cincinnati O via the Q C route have been placed In effect Ask ticket agent for parties tars WA Beckler General Iaseen ger Agent Cincinnati O rY 4L4 Af wa A TRIBBLB lFurniture and Undertaking e J liNightStanford Jlentuyft A w CONCRETING I We are In petition to do all kinds of cen oretlng as and to tact wo en make anything from s bent dews to a fence t We can serve yon promptly and cuarantee flritclau pricesbetorpPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky A When Hungry J OOTO Cartons Restaurant I ncaitor Street KUcoliuptollA3PX neat place la wu for a good quick c rOpoklnK of SplendId new line of fancy t OroccfletMet Butter milk and sweet milk etc at all time W As CAA OONsPrpa L t JI 9 ae TUESDAY 820V THR iNTEHIO JOURNALw PAGETHltEK J r J I s jI M r r r3lVMw tNew Tailored Suitsbi j We have just placeJ on sale about fifty new Fall Suits in the rieW cspvcaves and colors The workmanship Is as good as human hands thesI T J 44 t tr 1 k SIt special values at Pennys Dub rIJ ct v e 0 e i PERSONALS r 0 e I ta Stanley of Hubble rpado a uTjiMup to Livingston Saturday tint II P Hawkins Is at the Miidlayla Hotel Kramer Indiana for a short Btay for her health MiSB Ida Adams has returned from I g ix weeks tour Europe ML Vcr I floc ll11aLiJItchcll Taylor and wife of Dan v ile have been here this week They were formerly of Bunuldo Somcr aetrTImi Mr J D Ends li visiting his laug- hterMr1V M Brown at Mill Springs and nllendng the Wayno county lair iRev Homer W Carpenter and alra gtrpentcr have returned bomo after S T tending a month at Stanford Crab fnKentuckyShelby ldr J P OsltT of Columbus Go has been the guest of hilL father gj JiB Owsley lor several days t ppndgcLewU L Walker of Lanctu terh Monday hero He was cSgrktulated by his friends hero up i on Jits appointment as judge + Col Ti L Sanders one of the most rpr6greMlva business men In the East oudftTlll Brodbead Is thegetof Dr W B OBannon and famlly 1011 m Alia Thompson returned to I Vernon Monday after a months itt to her cousin Miss Fannie Tllcmpson In Danville Miss Thomp I Ban accompauied her home- Rev Ifc R Nool attended tho leap tiltr Association at Drodhcad SAturd day llo cporU a most ilml profitable gathering enJoyableI Mieshoberta OBannon tWeit Point Miss hold tho chair of Urcck and vtItho State College there this I i t w Ilutcheson of DiOdt end IIhJAMonday lookIng fora house t I to occupy when her family moves berg wjthln R short time her hus t band being the cashier of the now State Bank and Trust Company withisRev B 0 heck and wife have turned to their home In Waco Texas after a visit lo relatives here Mesdames W B McKlnney froEllxlrMiss Lena Palmer has arrived resume her duties In the Stanford Graded School Mrs 3V Hayden has returned her homo n Paris after a short visit to her mother Mrs Permella Brown A little daughter has arrived the home of Dr and Mrs W N Cmfg- on Logan avenue She has been Dam ed Nancy Chcnault Mr Jesse JAlverson returned thi morning from a week end visit I Mlllcrsburg Frankfort News Mrs C Flower has returned homo after a two weeks visit to friends Cincinnati Miss Fettro who will nave charge Ot the music department at the city flChix has returned Mm Annie Engleman and daughters Mra Nanle Woods Kitchen Miss Sue Taylor Englomon are Crab Orchard Springs for the week lJuMay Moffett of Lebanon the guest of Misses Settle and Matth Paxton Itev C D Tilluian had daughter Mlstf Jewell Tlllmatf who have been conducting the camp meeting i Jumbo took the train here Monday to return to their home In Atlanta Ua Miss Agnes Long of Ifarrodsburg- who has charge of the sixth JmUJe- at the city school has arrived and will make her home with Mrs teln the winter Miss Long is ueCookpoadessor of a life teachers cent n gate a very high recommendation her ability The CourcrJournal Suilday had this announcement which will be of much Interest here wherp the bride lobe was born and lived for many years with her parents Mr and Mrs Albert Q Eastlond announce the cn gagcmcnt of their daughter Miss Ad die Chrjsler Eastland to Mr Samuel Caldwell Walker of Perryvllle The wedding will take place in October Mrs R L bavUon and daughter Margaret and Miss Minnie Strqub 1 riA HINT TO THE WISE I n I r fc Atlanta Ga 82119 10X 4Cummins Wearenj r Stanford KycI ft Gents j have rrir shoes aiimy lHoltt+ 1 t l Ul11 life ri t it irC J t r your FellowCraft Special Ifyou have another pair same as last let meta ta know and I will send you money order f r350oAnd ifyou do not have my l sizean stock cdri you get them for me atoncetr Yours truly j I it iR A Psw J ir mItt sy3 I= Atlanta GaT a We have just received the above let M ter and it shows what our customers g think of our 350 SPECIAL SHOE = Cummins Wearen i u STANFORD KENTUCKY Everybody Can Give Advice dobutyour own judgment as to whether you buy or not We arc making great preparations for Fall and will offer superior advantages to buyers of Dry Goods Shoes and Carpets JItrn i position at ClnclnnaU last week MBS Dora Straub IB at home of re a delightful tour of Europe She visit cd four foreign cpuntries while over the water and The Aid Society of the u Iresbyterlan church t will meet Friday afternoon at 3 oclock with Mrs Ueo to p Hopper Mr Ned Smith of Norfolk Va a former Stanford boy la the guest to hli undO Mr Bailey lUll and fan Mrs J B Smith and pretty lit baby Alice More have returnrd at home after a months visit to lorIs parents Mr and Mrs T W Oooch Mies Sa nh Curtis of I1uslonvll- went borne with Mrs Smile ands spend a few months lu Morrow Jan Miss LUllo D Oreer the Attractive little daughter of Mr and Mrs F Greer of Ierryvllk wren the 15 go In piece at the Perry Ilie fair for bet 1B the prettiest girl baby Sho Is ten months old and s a gnniil daughter of Mr and Mrs JHCreorof this city Misses Pearl and Hannah Alilildgo are visiting friends n arb nirvllle dat They attended the fair In that place last week and received two premiums on Montinclllck and French Cmbr is dery 5 e Mr Thomas Ooocii of Itay county Missouri bus been the guest of hi cousin Mr W T Mooch and olficr r atives in the West End The formers father went from Kentucky Missouri In the early days and tb Is Mr Goochs first visit to his fa tbers old home Short Local News Duff Orphlngton cockerels for tai Me C Withers k 4 634 Pont full to see Diamonds und Hearts Friday oveulnrf Sept a 4 For enttSl9rerOOII tin Mnln street recently occupied by Soldntaln Apply to II C Baughman enurelthe QtI home talent play 0 Dont forget the sale ofMrstNa nlo B Good land on tho preinlses 230 on Sept 10 See ad Found lrillsses In- case n Owner can get same by Identi tyIng and paying for ths ad Sam J Embry had a very tine bulldog killed by a train last week j The 2Fth of tshtmonths l Oielastl flay for filing claims to be allowed aI the October term of the fiscal nldealfr phone u DanvllIe Ky ns LIght ompany5bI On account of Soluany boarder I but and my children starting to school 1Ii m not set a Court Day dinner thisoJ by fuonth W A Carson 5 T fj Return to this office and receive reward 0 ttrglnssesInturn to this office For SaleThe house on East Main street known as the Pennington place Apply to T W Pennlngton ta I want 1600 nice tomatoes by rue day Sept C Will pay highest mar StanfordlytheFor Rent A large storeroom on Main and Liberty streets Hustonvllle In first class shape Apply toJ J Allen Ilustonvlllo 638 lorIIIcause Hill Jennings sold his farm of 43 1toreld5000 The tax books lor 1810 are npjr ready Settle now and avoid tho rush and confusion of waiting until the last day W L McCarty Sheriff Lost gold bracelet Reward for return to this office 01The most reliablesystem renovator restores vitality regulates the kid neys and system Recommended by your druggist as the best Sush as Sbeethelefurniture establishment of J L Benz ley Saturday afternoon next at which many things of value and many things good to eat will be on sale Your complexion as well as your aetwins Stomach and Liver Tablets you can Improve sots Sold by Pennys Drug Store J5A PUBLIC RENTING Tho A U Chrlsman farm of 90 acres with good improvements lying I one mile east ot Morelaud Station on the Cincinnati Southern railroad on Friday afternoon September flth hiddenm CotISeven acres to be sown lu wheat or and about three acres to be culthated In cdrn or tobacco the balance lu grass nod meadow Terms on day of sale EDWARD ALCORN Exor A G Chrlsman Deafness Cannot Be Cured dleared ms1NlJuIntol I thllubeDeaftersetaaftIoutan Inflamed condition ol the mucoua nirtanWit will rtre One lIuodnod DoOtn tor any rueaD CNUIPd by catarrh tact onset beUalla Calami Cure send for tlrtulara tree 01J M D jsii C Err a cop ToltOo ue llaai ramuy run JOT atJpaUo I FARMERS THINK OF THIS t iAll grain deposited the same depth This hoe travels the tsnme depth as the ditty No loose dirt can full into the fur 0row until after the eeed is pepositcd No seed ever comes in contact with the Use Come in and look at it we- ntucky H HIOCINS ii Stanford K s s i V V p OOO ff If ff i ff V P W i IIJIIii 4 j Llt wI Ii4bIillln t lYd + TYi s r 1kh 54 t Jr11 a t 4d a3 rl I J j 1 f- I sNew Skirts It is about tIme for a new skirt and we have them in all the niw t l designsIf should not find just what you want in our large stock we I will make you a skirt to your measure We fit otherswe can fityou J t e 1 t- A J J0 Jl ff cJI J CALDWELLJONES A special from Cazenovlo N Y to the Courier Journal says Tho engagement of Mrs Tlllle Brandt Col well of this place and Breckenrldge Jones n St Louis banker and descend ant of a distinguished family was an flounced here today The marriage will take place the latter part of Sep tember Mrs Colwell who was bofn in St Louis Is tho daughter of Col Joshua B Brandt who won hIs tithe by gallant service 111 tho war of 1812 The grandfather John Brandt served WarTheSarah Beaton niece of Senator Thos H Dent0i3 Mr Jones president and counsel of the Mississippi Valley Trust Company and a telephone magnate is one of the most successful and esteemed finan ciers in the South and West His extra ordinary ability and achievements are appreciated even by competitors After finishing a scholastic course in Kentucky his native State he taught school and studied law The potential influence Is the result of his own efforts and his advancement has not altered the democratic spirit which imbued him at the beginning of his career Mr Jones is a former resident of Danville and has many friends here who extend congratulations The first homo grown watermelol1Ci I appeared on the local market this last week and were sold at very good prices According to those who with have them for the market this year the crop will be better than last sear son t although the rain retarded the growth and they are now about tea days late Cantaloupes are In abuu dance and about up to the average YOU CAN BUY r Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX IJIcts per bushel 1 Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J H Baughman Co r FALL FANCiES i- I I New Fall Clothes Take a look atthe Fresh Ones Just In Do they look Ready Made No indeed See how nicely they are tailored how well they fit and how becoming Yet they are not expensive10 to 20 1J 1J 1J WE PERK NSi y J A f r CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY I I IL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin I NEW FALL GINGHAMS I1 t We havejustrecelved very f beautiful line of New Fall II Ginghams Band trimming 4jand colored Embroidery to J match Also afull line ofblue grass Madras in all colorsrI CalJ and see t them before 11j r buy r HUGHES MARTIN CoIt Dry Goods Notions Shoes I STANFORD KENTUCKY 1r t uII3- mTzkU J 7wrcx I t xa set 711Rba tt puuI1 jti SEITKMBBU 6 1810A 4 rPAOE FOUR y Ttlll INTHRLOE JOURNALTUESDAY1 = 1 t- I = o l Ii Complete Dispersal Sale II h sr Of The Finest Herd of Mules And y Brood Mares In Cen a I ar 4 ttral Kentucky L 130 MULES AND BROOD MARES Iw 130 Having Sold My Home Farm And Deciding to Change My Business I Will Sell Publicly On WEDNESDAY SEPT 7th 10 N Beginning at 9 oclock a m Sharp at my Home Farm onehalf mile South of the Railroad Station on Somerset street Stanford Ky the following property tovvit ONE JACK NAMED SAMSCN Six Years Old sired by Bill Goebel he by the great Joe Blackburn that sold for 1825 Samson is the CHAMPION MULE JACK OF k KENTUCKY his colts having won more premiums at the Kentucky State Fair the Blue Grass Fair and several Central Kentucky Fairs n 08 and 00 than any oth jacks colts as well as at the Lancaster Danville Harrodsburg Lexington Lawrenceburg and Perryville Fairs this yearahe only fairs at whichthey have been shown to date ThisJack Will be Sold at 1 oclock SHARP r e 70 ftIVLE 1 70Twenty Colts half of them MaresI6 Yearlings half of them Mares 20 twoyearolds half of them Mares Nearly all broken to work including Six Pairs Well Mated Fourteen Mules from 3 to 8 years old including one pair Premium Horse Mules that weigh 3OO Ibs Twenty of the above are show mules 1 Have Won 175 Premiums in 08 09 and 10 to date which is more than any other breeder or W dealer in this State can say AH the mules I won the premiums on except three I sold last fall are in this Sale t 60 BROOD MARES Bred it Jacks Forty to My Great Null Jack Samson 60 3 2YEAROLDS 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT ABOUT 1100 LBS t Xf F 6 4YEAROLDS 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1200 LBS 20 5YEAROLDS 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 TO 1400 LBS 9 10 6YEAROLDS 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1500 LBS f 117 51 0Y EAROLDS 14 to 12 DraftSTOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1600 LBS 10 SMOOTH MOUTHED 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1UOto 1600 LBS AOSTOFtjES MARES ARE WELL BROKEN TO WORK ANyWHERE AND ABOUT ONEHALF HAVE COLTS THIS YEAR THAT WILL BE SOLD AT THIS SALE AND THE OTHERS WERE BOUGHT IN THE SPRING IN INDIANA ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI tv DONT YOU NEgDA FEW BROODMARES THERE IS NO STOCK ONTHE FARM THAT WILL PAY BETTER THAN A FEW GOOD MARES THAT WILL RAISE W5 TO125 MULE COLTSTHATS WHAT THEY ARE BRINGING IN KENTUCKY TODAY AND THERE HAS NEVER BEEN SUCH A DEMAND THE BEST COLTS ARE OUT OF MARES WITH FROM 14 TO 12 DRAFT BLOOD THEY HAVE BETTER 2YONE AND WEIGHT AND 90 PER CENT OF THE SHOW MULES ARE MARES T SIX CHOICE SHETLAND PONIES A FEW FARMING IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNMURE INCLUDING SOME i HANDSOMEr ANTIQUE FURNITURE THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE CLOSING OUT SALE OF MY MULES BROODMARES ETC 1 WILL NAVE CONVEYANCES MEET ALL TRAINS ON SALE DAY DINNER WILL BE SERVED AT THE HOUSE TOALL TERMS All sums of 10 and under cash In hand over 10 a credit of 8 months with 6 per cent Interest froni date of sale purchaser gly Ing a bankable rote jf II AUCTIONEERS M DUNN and TD ENGLISH j j IyH f Btrit aa kmfa11 fj s t 1l Stamford Ky i FARMERS DEPARTMENT Vrcth cow sale Applyto Mrs C li Coleman 11 Hemp harvester for sale In good condition WA Trlbble For SateA well Improved farm of 20 acres near Mt S fem house hold iad kltchelrfurnlture stock and farming tools P H Woodson MLY3 Sales Ky blelar HuRmanof Danville par chasiitfa ol 450 pound hogs pf z R IZ flubble it 8 contd L I ylaroldwithw SartaintWand 9 pigs nL AViiated cattle to graze 70 acres ot goodjbluo grass R L Berry Hus otJSalcHlsltgrado Southdown ram Jambs Fisher and Renick croea ea Mr JIatUe II Hewes Moreland KyS It No 1 Box 49 TH Walkers of oipper Carrara the moBt xtenBlve tobacco growers of e r the county sometime since estimated their yield at a full threefourths And since thV favorable ctinIIftIona ol the last few weeks a seven elghths yield will yeVy likely be the goon Ior tune ot the culllvaibrs of the weed In the Paint Lck section A I GOOD i ITIONI s Can beTiadby ambttlbus young men and Adlf Wlreless or war telegraphy Since the 8 hour law became tfecjve and lnce the wlretesscorapaBies are establish Ing stations throughout thq country tliem Is a grea sfiorrtge 9t telegraph ers Positions pay beginners from 70 to J90 per month with good chance of advancement The National Tele grAph Institute opraies six offfclal ladtftates in America under supervis ion e R R and Wireless Officials and places all graduates into posl Lions It will pay you to write them for full details at Cincinnati 0 oq Philadelphia Pa September 28 1910T f i I 1Iwill offer for calfpa the premises myjlghy Improved 5 4t F 7 + o r fJ 212 AQRE FAIgMt ie I l 1 rrotf + + l- on the best of PlkeGml gaoa pacjappile and Lancaster 175 acres Tillable land 1 IM t 1 of which Is best tobacco I dIatxier tIau1j1tiM1 a M IJ hrytea Indications are 8 ef JoJOPt should pay cost of landr + 4 THEH LL4Nr It one of the best In the country Is a nine room modern built bouse heated by furnace and well finished It Is noted for ltd beautiful t healthy location good neighborhood and close proximity to best schools and churches In the State I There are three good tenant hcuBee a 12acro tobacco barn with excellent basement for stock 36x134 teat I Considering of location bulldlngBquallty land etc ino more de slrablc f rUl home has been placed upon the market r XIAMBV OTTER DanvUlikyV 1 1 1 Watch That Griffon SuitBaltimore Made The homed VII Good Clothes My Fall line more complete than ever is now ready tor your inspection Call by and ask to see tho only make that fits likeI Tailormade clothes ALL WOOL SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky t w SEE ME About That New Suit Just Received a Big Line I IOTt L L SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky t j l 114 MI STIRRINGTIMES r we are having In the building line Ve carry a lull line ot lime plaster cement and over thing else needed for building Everything purchased here will be found ot the best Quali ty and the best for Intended purposes V tIll gave you trouble d 1sway expense by sending to w far aa estimate I I J A XttErl Stanfffii Ky i SALE OF tMlb At apttit of tie heirs of Mrs Kdit nllIJUrd rwill oh the premise lit abut 2 h1 P 31 OH- j saWcay S ptl6th 1910 I ter for tale ni publh outcry IV htrrCtUood at land Is about 12 mile from Tdrnen villa on thor McCormacks church pike Is well walereu and aft Ingrass Pos session given Jan 1 TIna will beanhbuncod on day of 1If1e I I F a J n J u 1eAgenL YOUR CHANCEFor =BARGAII Tfcis IaIYS2425 I See It Gjft IL F11tW S FINE FARM FOR LE 1 9 Located on the wtnnrorfl fed Ot tenbeim plko containing 138 12 acres 4well watered ono hundred acres la grass 60 acres for wheat This land produces tint tobacco corn and wheat A fine young orchard ot one hundred tcnrlng fruit trees a modern now six rooth house cittern M ilooYicellar and all neccsary outbuildings two tenant houses largo bard now silo freomah delivery three hundred yards to school 1 12 miles to union church Will make terms easy W F OUhon Stanford Ky Box 41 Phone 8 ring L I Notice Ior IhontycLipJdaya wo will sell our tobacco hogsheads at mill at 1110 each We also hate soac flu wfaiU and brown leghorn cockerel PIAalabrfi11 l Vi1ttr 4 wwer fIotJnd rtB kt ndptfIJ1 r nW AIM Pdenlr mom P braraML BD CAItT R NWLivsrvDwpot Street eJ a Lr ie 1 STANFOM0 h KENTUCKY IXjnwstour mon 1JbuyingCOOK FARMS BALE FIRST ANNUAL I plasters when lOU cantgeta bottle of Friday 8ostomber aoih Chamberlains Liniment tes sweat of he kind over Ikld la Kentucky 60 saddle ware A piece 9 flannel this oelta aid fllllei 6p JojjnoU and colts liniment Is sttnie for 16 hhyplaster ford Al regllt atlqgue npw l Teady Ev6fy flIIertkeeeJcaaetsI KentuckhV8l A CO Pennys Drug Store it N Lexington Ky a1I I