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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 L11J FNTDn1101 O IRN4L I 4 W reF tC i0 f r aer tII tn ft I VOLVMIO CKXVU tITANFOtw LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1910 NO 57 t Cry POWERS PLUG- EDWARDS L 1 CHINi IF S0IT LOOKSLIKE CALEB WILL WIN FOR CONGRESS k IN BLOODY ELEVENTH Is flip Edwards machine powerlu enough to run over the Iowcra lienI tlmont on next Thursday Is question that la being naked by thoso who have watched tho bitter flgbt which la being waged for tho rcpul tan congressional nomination In tbo IStoventh dlktrlct Tho answer to thl8 question will undoubtedly decide whether Don C Edwards Is to ro = turn to congress for another term oJ whether Caleb powers thrice con vlctod of the assassination of Uorei ojr William Uoobel and pardoned by Governor Wlllson Is to take the hon orcd plnco In tho halls of the nation congressTo BlttinO as It were on n fence overlooking tho battleground the signs all point to n victory for Pwors In tho eyes of tho big maj Ity of the mountain republicans ho fa- a wartyr und hu and his friend a have worked this for all It has been worth Regardless ot every tonal oration of party policy In tho noinli tton of a man with such a record for congressional honors rowers scci to havo the humble mountaineer with him and miles one nt the most giga tic steal ever known fh politics In Ken talky is perpetrated by tho machine In tho hands of Urwcrds friends It 01 ptara tbat Powers will win by a big majesty With the campaign practically end ed the friends of Powers for the put trek bnvo been planning to Jheck mito every effort of the Edwards Jua ohlnery to take tho votes away from tho martyr Notwithstanding the fact that most of the practical poll tlclnne in tho Eleventh dlstroct arc behind the present congressman rea- ringl the disastrous ultectupon their party In the state as a wholo In tho nomination of Powers novsrthele there are many hrowd rarkerstn U camp UJMI who were 41llnsod welt the old Hunter faction and havo never forgiven Edwards for his defci the Oum Shoo statesman The Powers leaders are gettli ready fdr any and every emergent r vlBty say that hen Intone to sjf if1 vqfto is counted as p letar1 Best Thursday Their Inspectors and ctuftflengers at every precinct will b- d4Mj game men ready for anythli tlMmay transpire In tho cours pC dffcs bitter ballottlng I + I iickto steps to which It Is sometimes nectary to go In the Eleventh dl trutto secure a fair count were Ic cl cIly and tersely deacribMiy At lorapy Edwin P Morrow of Fletl a Uunch Powers man who baa jUlt returned from a speaking tour through th S counties of Clay Laurel Blanche l crjaud Whl ell 1 OBf jt his 4ia l d4ato Mr Morrow said that In a car taJft race up In ono cf the Eiav pnih tile late Col David 0 Colso waa apppointedinspeetor at one ot tkjLprecIncts where the friends of tre daijfcjldato whom Col Colson favpre Believed some monkey business woui- b4Atteuupte by she ptNmsttiGH ConelrColsoa walked lato lbe Ihbooth whet the pope openudr put ciTjaae ft plf sixshooter and Jftjd tot Ute table In front of him and switch ed another around to bid bolt In front sad quietly reffiqrkpd that Sot a ballot r was to bo put Into tpe box until he had passed on it And the voting al that preclact that dajktaMld tA have been as quiet as a Sunday school Such an Illustration ot the correct ubtbod for obtaining 01contcowfa from kuch a loading supporter of Powers as Mr Morrow and the continued cry ot the Powers press tbjiUi JMWarda machine Is going tq 1njtrkee an effqrU to rob Ppwers next Tfcwrsday AN taken by many to bv simply a pat tplirWag ot the oll wsthdlnatlcelttxlOta thattwo and DtIW tour Tpejewers poets which have been gloating for the past several we fervcr the large Crowds which oksII heard their chanipton a o ery tug aj p lHtraenC and ridiculing t Ed wards cfforta and the meagre aludl enccs to which he has spoken are InCpolnllng out to his followers the will bo mado to rob him I oa election day The Somerset Re publican probably tho strongest Pow in Its cur ore organ in tUedlstrlck before the pri Issue the last trent declares that Awards plans 4aglpnll steal robbed Hunter by the same methods ha BOW purposes tr JI TlMIIIW I rW1Wi pitW to try to uso on Powers The paper says the scheme is to tell those who print the ballots or the district chntr ulan nnd under whose direction they arm mndo furnish Edwards elcctl olllcera when appointed a goodly lUll ply of thees extra ballots to put down n tho Insldo pockets of those wto will enter such a deal These bb- ut aaro to bo stenciled under the Edward device aa Ihcugh they had boon voted by a legal voter for Mr Edwards At opportune times durl election day theae ballots are to be slipped into the ballot boxr fbey are not only to slip a number of spu r bus ballots Into the mass ot ballot to bo counted but in strong Power precincts over the district they arc to steal from the ballots to bo ooui bd before they put too spurious onei In aa many ballots as are deemed safe and advisable to do Doth sides are making oxtravaga claims us to majorities and prepandt anco of sentiment in tho 19 counties of the district The only ones which to a disinterested onlooker appc certain for Edwards are Laurel pul laskl nell Adair and Wayne wUh the latter two doubtful The Po CM leaders claim that Edwards will have to spend 5000 to carry his own county ot Laurel Money and moonshine whisky will flow like water throughout tho long and breadth of the Uloody Eleven next Thursday in tho most memorable political fight which has tnkn plllce there In many years und much sur I prise will bo occasioned In well In formed circles If the Bloody lltlI falls to Jive up to Its gory proudony on that day- SCHOOL ENROLLMENT BREAKS RECORD l3S PUPILS WHEN FALL 1KR I BEGINS ADDRESS TO THE I TAXPAYERS All records for attendance at the Stanford public school on an openin day here eclipsed last week whim IlchOOI started for the rail term kit 1333 pupils present A large number tit patrons and friends were preaeI for tho opening exercises whdcb wet by Rev D M Walker Who madeILIi nteresting1 adclresa along the line c t ralalaij for efficiency arid good chi enshlp IIn a handsome catalogue of the oi Jijsf Issued by the Interco 1 JpU r the trustees make this address dJltrlctI pre ftnanI orIelng only about 8000 on hand a lie t giBfUng WlthvOje present tax rate which has not been Increased leje haipbgerl a gradual but aubstai fat growth of property and equipment the building which Is an honor tp taaford graces the I1J on which Iti ltatvd 11 haa been supplied wit comfortable school furniture Tir- ciiuliaNuto beep JlurhMM a con rate walk baa ben made two bare iavebeoaa built for the use of non estpent Pupils HBQ a steam neattn8 yslem has been Installed All these lings with ninny others have been 40ne without an Increase of one cent In thp tax i There ajre four more teachers now lan iwero necessarjr at the beginning w6 new departments hate been addeik There Is paw a schoot prop Ifty valued at more than 20000 wltt fly 2000 Indebtedncsa and this cane paid II one more War There are sufllclent funds to meet tho expenses ot the coming year and pay the Insurarice Interest and other iddenials An Itemized or stattstl et report its not deemed necessary at thl time but the books of Ute board pf edseationareOpen for tkolaspec tlon otr wo patrons at airy time hould it not be the source of a justl itaM prldot that he ba Q- luchaD institution managed with BO Tcat care that he best Interests ara ways conserved Can bo depended upon Is an expression we nU lWt to hear and when It Is used In connection with Cham berlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea imedy It means that it never tails to cure 4larrhoea dysentery or bowel complaints It is pleasant to take anllequal1y valuable for children and adults Sold by Penuya Drug Store r nJtJt i Jiliw1 l W r nH LEADING FARMERS CALL MASS MEETING OF ALL INTERESTED IN TOBACCO TO DISCUSS MAINTENANCE OF LIVING PRICE FOR CROP Col Jack Chinn and Bradley Wilson spoke hero for tho Burley Tobncco pool At ItO courthouse on Monday to a Urge crowd of farmers At the can elusion of the speeches a proposlt was made to the farmers of Lincoln county to form their own pool and control their own crops so that they will have some part In the great move snout to keep the price of tohaeco nnd land up to a living figure After talking tho matter over about two dozen ot the leading farmers nnd tobacco growers ot this county signed a call for a mass meeting of eVeryone interested In tho growing of tobacco to bo held nero on the 2Uh of thts month when the whole situation wll bo gone over and considered from all angles It Is proposed to make tbe meeting much like the large gather pf farmers and tobacco men held re ccntly at Paint Lick where the pool lug sentiment has received such an Impetus lately Col Jack Chinn made a character tic speech In which ho pointed out that before the price ot tobacco hnd been rallied by the success pf the pool there hod hardly a hundred acres of tho weed been rained in Lincoln county while now It covered almost oery hall and valley Ho also pointed o t the tremendous Increase in land val ues since the pool had forced up the price of tobacco w I 1 BURIED WITH MASONIC HONORS The burial of William J Yager wal conducted with tho Impressive Jason it ceremonies Saturday and the remains laid to rest In Buffalo cern ery John Mans of Preston lodge No 281 of Louisville conducted the ceremonies at tho grave The pallbearer were Wm EJmefer and At net Battuer honorary of DeMol loroanileryj A R Claus agiiW C leasjopp 9f the cogisiory George iralti qndCarl Lllnpr jot Excelal Jdjjci Kp I68 QeprgQ G Minor fol l ompn lodger No stir and JAWfi indof Llwpoln lodge Np 601 MJ VPSer was a b2nd degree Mn lont NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS C Sealed bids will be received ror concrete pavements around tbe court house Inside the yard and tn front of the courj house and fpr a trot rptja walLor coping arouodsxpiee per plans and speciflcatloaa now o ileln my office All bids mUll be sealed and llIed with the Undersigned on on betorel clock a nut Wednesday Septa 21 IIIPIO573l 0 B COOPEU Clerk Dont forget the tent Cbbum Dar streis Thur day night Everythln 1BhqngllrThei kentus conference of the M Eo Churchqutti yill convene In Hat dnburg ieJtf 21 ijktoiojp ro aAK- elgo will nreslde This coalereac akea tRdappoatmepirir ta eachera for IhaioUofijrfBS yw r t Skin Affections i WHETHER ON INFANT OR GROj 1 PEPSON CUREO BY ZEAJO t ZEMO SOAP Ah Urw OfferThe man at tub drug store ayi- everyto bersoaho it mttn woman or ehlllJ who has an irritated tealeror shlng skin tOa come to oar storeianc txiurea bottle et ZEMQ and 4 cake of ZEMO poapand If ou are not entirely lIcled wjtk the results c me JbacK apUget your 8t nfldent ara waof the olflqafj pi thl clean ilatplotreatnentthatwe make you this usua1 Offer ZEMO Is a clear liquid for external uso that has cured so niany cases at zemai pltnples dandrfiff and other rormsof akin erifptloh ZEMO and NMO soap are the nldal eco1 u1lcal- ae well as the cleanest and most ef ctlvc treatment for affectlons1t- lu skin or scalp wheTher on infant or kroWn persbri Pennys Drugf Store Your complexfon as vell as your temper Is rendered miserable bya disordered liver By taking Chamber Ialns Stomach and Liver Tablets yoil- can improve both Sold by Pennys Drug Store iIn J wA lh I WONT STAND FOR PISTOL TOTING POLICE JUDGE MENEFEE HAN S ED SALTER STIFF ONE FOR FLOURISHING WEAPON Police Judge John N Menefee Jr handed Ed Salter a onearmed neg a 75 fino and 25 days that week Co flourishng a pistol at the depot Iudge Men reo says that he Intends to breakup this habit of carrying weapons anlt will Imboso tho limit wherever tho opportunity presents Itself JOe Itar den caught a 5 for breach of th peace Somo trouble canje up between the two negroes and Salter pointed the gun at Hayden Snlter claimed that he merely carried the pistol to tho depot to give to a mILn to whom It belonged and who wal going ayny but It didnt look that way to the judge Warrants were Issued for the nrrc of Kd Withers Andy Carson Char Daughniin and Dear Alcorn all color gd charging them Ith shootl craps The Carson negro confess and was given 25 days in Jail Charley Daughman was acquitted but the of fleets have so far been unable to 10 late the others Hustonville The largo flour milt of Thoni Combest near Dunnvllle was broken trite Saturday night and robbed ofU quaintly o meal and flour Lairs bloodhounds were hurried to the scene and placed on the trail No arrest has been mudp but It is be llcvcd the guilty parties are located The dogs trailed to Litbanka thom who U believed to havo burned Mrs Hnders store last week but no war rant had been isued and no arre t was made A slater of the church rather boar fully mentioned to a member of a late accession from her church when she was slightly jarred by the prompt retort Yes when you get a few more good Methodists youll have a very respectable congregation Mrs J II White and son of Dallas Texas arrived last week to spend the summer with her parents Mr and Mrs Josiah Dlshop on Main strei Mrs T U Tupman is visiting her children Mrs Wallace D Wolfe o- Cincinnati and Wallace H Hall 01 Freeport HJ Mss AIIG1 Lyon and Mr O A Dish op attendees the Somerset fair last week and greatly enjoyed the outlr Wm Dodd for ovtrnl years a SllC coastal live stock dooirI thlnkli seriously ot reentering the buslnc here and waking a specialty of tl cattle trndff Since Ute road scraper man palll ed out the pike from hero to Mt l Salem thp road la left in mucH wore sits known for years and get l tnworse The ridges left rt l1 hold the water near the ce StntRer thft roiJ tatflng hils aniJ tho metal off the road rtlrthfs road to Mt Salem in tha hands of Squire Jamija K Helm la heearnet request of our communll ihd imftrbvemeht t lU condltlbn by next January Thhf3 U talk Of anew rallroa rom Somerset to Thl will prove a great convenience to tbe people In that vicinity An order has bee1SSel ed by the Postmaster eneral at Washington D Q eatpberugtirerura1 utetea- truretpfili put the YOiichera of al- pensliitersnn their respective route 11ho cbarges for same are not to ct eed 25 cents each I IMirksbiwy Mra S C Prip of Lancaster and firs Grit Eubankal of Stanford and Ir Jesa Perkins of Clncfnnatt wets ere Sunday thafunerai 01 FeE LrBSi iitaHt6oaypi8irr and Mrs Ed Perklna at Lancaster come tel John Woods is in Lexington look lng for a farm He has to give poi osslon too Mr1 SaundeWr who has ought his place Miss Georgia Dunn Is taking a rest at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Mary Chestnutllandbrother- rom haveibeenivtslUng M Ft Rout ear Lexington lbe tJeepeflC Wnpathy is felt tor- Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins on 1he- death of their BevfnIfeoBtha old baby who dlcdlS turclay TX child hnd- been ill fpriome timed but Its death vas a greet 611tl0 the comniiinlty May the Heavenly Father comfort and console tlgriefstricken parent At the opera loijto tonight Gx- ICln Treachery and MThe Adventure or Hbnehead Doth excellent feature fihns5o aiid lOc AVeIdnea4ay sight Hero and eandera flub f ture- flhn and Come to Supper a Ino picture Friday and Saturday fine pro griW4 No show Thursday night ow lu B to Coburns Minstrels I IL IIh1 H J t Stone for Judge WELLKNOWNDANVILLE LAWYER WILL SEEK CIRCUIT JUDGESHIP Hon George Erwin Stone of Dan vII Ie was hero Monday on buslne lie met many old friends and mode It number of new ones who urged him to make the race for the democratic nomination for circuit judge Dexl summer Judge Stone Is a brllllt speaker an excellent lawyer and haa many friends here and throughput the district who will be glad to rally to hla support The reception be met with here yesterday caused him to about conclude that ho will make tbe race Reports from Doyle are to the effect that he Is very strong in Boyle county Fish Pennington DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP FOR MER TAKING BUSINESS E D Pennlugton has sold his Inter est in the popular Insurance firm 01 FUhi Peumngton to his partei W SjUvhih who will go it alone Mr Pen ngton will probably go to farm- Ing Mr Flair is one of the best known Itisuranco men in this part of the state and Is a hustler with untlrli energy lie has engaged Sir Herbert Ktnnalrd pf Lancaster to look after otllce details while he Is out looking after business HOW ABOUT THIS7 Editor Interior Journal = I notice an article In Tuesdays paver declaring Hugh Logan to be tile the champion fisherman Mr Logan will have to come again John C Pep pies rind myself caught two cats In UIx river at the mouth of Drakes creek weighing 161h and 17 lbs Ih two nights You will have to ask Pepples how we caught them Very truly C D KINO WILLOW GROVE SCHOOL HOUSI Boyle COunty Uncle Harvey Hlgnlte Is spending a month with his son at Barbourvll Mrs Ilouten of Shelby City bas been visiting J R Avltt and family Miss Alza Thompson of Sit v r non has been a recent guest pf lb pisses Thompson Mr and Mrs B T LunsfOcdf of Preachersvljl were Yls Ul1g tire famlgMn ltllt tlu daughter ri JUiIJn farnt Lick Miss Ella ThoMpsOLUL Boat tu sell county Va to play a ding march at eilarrla iQt friend Miss Frat J1X protracted mMtlng wIll begin a- t1to 8 Ver some time In onj3psdaysIn a former report robbery of our mall box Last wee1 t wfia robbed again presumably by the same thief T ere was a large count of mall taken this time The L J which we topsider as staple as breadand butter the home wa s- tken also and our thoughts for iinately were not expressed Ii spoken on carton A section ot tuinplkS hasbeen recently by Doyle county rdpdtnt- from near the Old qu near Danville to Mr PHelps Cobbi which lacks a short distance of roach I the Lincoln line Now if Llncol county will construct an extensloi from the county line running by th arms of Pu Hant McAfee brothers icuuaer and others to connect 1ti Stanford n1 b Lick pike the s it1itf c if be t o 1 1 Jtr11C 1 1 I 1Jt AGOOD POSITION Can be had tJt mbfClods young men and lndles in the field of Wireless Qr altwat wIcgrfifiy61f1 tM 8 1 ur law became effective and since iejvlrel sa cbmpkuls are establish IP f staJtiofW throtgpotit the country- here Is to graLSplh ialof telegraph r4PosltiopJ1aY beginadra xror i70- a r with l dod clbance ot dvantletiaentc The National ee- g atUute ojMjrate si official Inetlliiti Jri rterica undeV superrjs 10 o l JUaria WltWesff Officials nnttoplsces all graduates into pos tI eti it will pay you to write then liliMelbhtA Pa fotHuU detAil at Cincinnati 6 or t Dont waste your money buying meters Tvbtn you cant get a bottle et jajBberlalna 1 Liniment for 24 eolith Apfece offlannel dampened will dso ilm rit Is superior to nail piaster t- Ilme back pains In the node and teat and much cheaper Sold by PenDYs Drug Store rutJMbJr oM tNr 1 1h1N1 r DR TARDIF INVENTS- RAILROAD COUPLERI PROMINENT LOCAL COLORED MAN MAY REALIZE A FORTUNE I FROM IT 1 bestlknownon a coupling device which will en ablo the engineer of a train to UB couple his engine from the rest of the train while seated in his online cab The device works by the turning of a lever Railroad men who have seen it say that it will prove a great benefit In case of wreck or derail ment for it enables the engineer to cut his engine and tender loose from the train and oftentimes will operate to prevent heavy damage and possi ble loss of life Dr Tardif Is negotiating with sov oral manufacturing concerns to make his coupler and several of the big rail roads are said to be anxious to buy his patentright or else to obtain use of it by payment of a royalty Dr Tardlfs friends believe that ho ought to make a fortune out of his inven time Farmers Institute IN LINCOLN COUNTY TO BE HELD A LITTLE LATERISam Patrick farmers institute ganizer for the State Department Agriculture was here last week orIvertalng the Lincoln County Farin Institute which will be held a e later In the year It has been Intend t- ed to hold the institute this month r but it wus decided to call tuem oft during tho state fair so that the date J was postponed until later An effort will be made to have the Interior Journals Corn and Tobacco show held during the county institute and Com missioner of Agriculture M C Ran kin will very probably be on hand to I judge the exhibits What Tluence Is It THAT GOT R tSYOUT OF I PEN AGAIN f tieesengerWilliam paroled again Every intelligent person IH tUlWsWnam Sultersoo at ParkaviUe sew r years ago While in jailii paw mfoTieBscai ed DetectivebragIdb 4ati Itt 1fI Ii stor- yqqk ij I nd chasewould read FWn pe riiIJarystllawas4aroled and carte t owe was county but a he got drunk aidttarted trouble again He threatened to kill Jailer Fitzgertld as the latter was driving along the Perryville road Staring broken his parole he was leatIrack to thd penitentiary and on last uesday to the amazement of the pod citizens ot this county he was tarOEod again and turned loose of a law oldlDg communty Some strong Influence latent b tInone les8 potent tua been brought to bear on the prison authorities to Ilve this man his liberty again AIM VISTUATORS NOTICK AU persons having claims against the estate of M C Souuey ueOmSSu = will present the smetOtheui1def l i efytprt t PIbiejt latbVdiy ot tob4r la4rl ions indebted to 8 1ddoedbatM I C1 11tf ftltPtese 6eteaiMIia- v rbmpUtt l fe 1 1 t li t U1 RUE E STONE T- Adrar J of if C Saufley Deceased I t- In NOTILR j the district cburtof tho United fates for the JJast wn dlstrlcty Kij1Ikli Ja 1It water eteCla iiile J Sipple Dau iy virtue of aaVordbr eatered by J I1otlc9 9t 34cotyDankrupt0Yti N Sainderi oYet l Asjrtuseerbra1 fbcirs of 10 oclock as ne o pPto the relf1t beingacres f ann laud d slrtitga tihcola- kutycO Kentboky oi h waters of ren Ieth DeghaiaIItnaudlyingJl Ur the po itolJIceoC ialt07 m l to term t andcbeb ddgr cask Inbaaathc h trlftbr parc Lotlaud tgettler Ji4igcrefAt landiadjelniaglsaase now owned by nce b krupi Ibbve named Sad ales S 1kdlflnle st it the growldg crop t U n land Given under my hand this the Ww dll ot Algust 1910 uaslR A DYCHB Trustee J L I DAY aEPTRMUEft 13 JIt18- r2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALTU TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872- 11V1lBY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At j1 Per Year In Advance sHELTON SAUFLEY Publisher Entered at the Poet Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Class matt Editor Green R Keller of tho Car lisle Mercury who wits Jolt II Whal lens candidate for clerk of tho sen ate last session has written a long editorial in his paper which the Ben Johnson press bureau is sending broadcast over the state warning democrats that former GOT Beck ham is for McCreary for governor Such a warning is a timely one In deed There are a lot of Democrats v bo have wondered whom Beckham would favor In the next gubernatorial race for be has never declared him wit In Javor of any man so far as we have seen in his paper When It comes to a choice between Beckham i and Whallen we believe that the great majority of the Democrats of Kentucky would rather trust Beck hams Judgment in the matter of the man who is best suited to lead the Democratic party to victory In the state next year than that of the Boss of the Buckingham who is Kellers titular deity The meeting of the Democratic Committees at Lexington Saturday seem to presage a return of the good old times to the party The gatering was very harmonious Judge Allle W Young was elected chairman of the campaign committee with Henry P Prewitt secretary Just watch Ken tucky elect ten Democratic congressmen this year For the first time in30 years the democrats elected a governor In Maine this week Two of the four congressmen are deraocratls and a ma jority of the legislature which means a democratic Unted States senator AU sIgns point to a weeping aatonalf democratic ylctory IB 1911 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 i i I I ten fold in good hard cash Keep worms by feeding 1 i Thin wonder working medicated salt fe easy to feed and costa but little the stomachs and in perfect condition 00 that every particle of food to di fleeted alVatr i It IB rainnfittaf j by L FeoOerabsd OWe JIIruiJ 0 JJ i iiC=l1 1 Fall M WiNter S IIfINgb r My new fall and winter saihple are now ready for your inspection They comprise the best the market 1 can suit anyone as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready made when quality and fit is considered Come Jn and let me take your measure H C llupley the Practical Tnllor5 CRAB ORCHARD The graded school opened Monday with the usual ceremonies 141 pupils matriculatedMr lfI R C Kimble were called to Corbin by telephone to be with their daughter who Is critically ilL Mrs Mollle Burgln has returned from Shelbyyllle Mr aud Mrs 1 D Willis have returned to St Louis after spending the summer with their parents Capt and Mrs J B Willis at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Rolls Arnold of Lancatser has been a recent visitor of Miss Mollfe BrooksMr Bragg Thompson baa gono to take a posltloa Miss Annie Bronaughi left thte week tr Birmingham Ala where sW will accept a position Mr and Mrs James Anderson an children have returned from Spring field 111 after visiting relatives there Mr Beans 1 Collier left last week for Birmingham Ala to accept a pa- sttlOD Miss Tpnna Thompson leaves this week for Louisville to enter school Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is today the best known medicine in use for the relief and cure of bowel complaints It cures griping diarrhoea dysentery and should be taken at the first un natural looseness of the bowel Its equally valuable for children and adults It always cures Sold by Pe ays Drug Store 000 00 I We Have This Season The Hoosier Drill With All th Latest Improvements i o We can make it to your o is interest to pay us a call 1 I3 FARMERS Read This if You Have Sheep RepaysipecIaUy HogsImJYET animals inteelinee assimilated qukklyandpositlvelyA R Pence Bros on to Cincinnati Mar ws1M Lamti Mor Mirtttm Tbtfiwbtr proBU are la abp nltiiK bet you cannot ret the blf kepyouranlaWItree 5Ml1mWIll po Urelr cletn out W01l DO only lo your beep bat In every otter anlaml OQ yonrplace TbpwonderWor- ktogremdyw111dtroy and upel trtrr lat Irw todlcoit and M ImlknrJ ounce of food item 9 l V t ti a wonderfol tonlo and eon dltloner IteOMI but ot ac ct a daJ perbeadtotdefVr minnfictnrad by MM S it wen eompaoy Cleyslsad O I I SaI Yaf la aMinr I Stanford Kentucky p I Not a minute should be IOlltw1lenI a child shows symptom el CharaVsrlftins Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarse or even after the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack Sold by Pennys Drug Store Sure Cure 1 would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles writes Mrs R E Mercer of Frozen Camp W Val have no med icine equal to CarduL I had suffered for about four years Would have headache for a week at a time until I would be Cardulthe headache anymore z Isum Take Ittasasri CARDUI The Womans T nte the pains from which many women suffer every unnecessaryIts to strong drugs right at the painsd Cardul for a while before and after to strengthen the system and cure the cause This is the sensible wayTry HB Northcoit LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Branch T K Tudor MIr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Hens 9lGc Springers 10llc Turkeys 1213c Ducks per Ib7ScRo05-tera per Ib55 c Hides per Ib7cFeath-ers 1540c Ginseng per Ib 500 Yellow Root per IbUS125LI- ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR We can please you N Phone 163 J d Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today fqr Hens a 12 to 10cI Eggs lt1ct Springers 11 to 11 7 clRoasters 5 to 5 1 c- Turkeys12 to 13c I Ducks 7 to Sc i Hides fl 12 to 7c Feathers 15 to 430 t Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick en Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce Phone 20 p A LUXURIOUS NECESSITY In every homo Is a handsome sanitary appointed bathroom It adds to the Joy and comforttof living Keeps sloe tors bills down too Wo are prepar ed to put one in for you and when you get your figures you wont find them nearly so high as you expect W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky and water best covered j mr led KY We also do a E of 11f IItr t it rN1J eeeeeebeeiebeal eee- eSPnocusloA j- IUINES CARDS b eeeeeeeeeeeereeeeeeeeee MINKS HOTEL Abe Minks Moreland Prop Ky New Hotel Opposite Depot and Stable Special Rates to Traveling men Everything Brand New Single Rooms R M NEWLAND Repretentlng The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co The leading annual dividend pany Its distinction Is due to adher1 I once of successive managements to the principle Qf mutuality W W BURG1N DENTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINUTON Dentist Hours 83012 AM and 1 to 430 PM otnce Myers House flats Stanford Ky DR W CRAIG- Oculist and Optician IM over H J McRoberts Store t Stanford Ky PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone 114 JOHN COOK Veterinary Surgeon and dentist Specialist on III horse and animal disease Stanford Ky Phone 184 WILL ADAMS Livery all kinds of hauling Furniture packing SAnford Ky Phone 173 MASONS MEETING Lincoln Lodge No 80 K d A M will meet In stated communication on each Ont and third Monday nlgnti ofeach montb at TSO oclock In their tall on main ttrt et Btan lord Ky Members or utter lodgo are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen Dlncton Bee J J BELDEN For house earrlre and sign painting deco mitreptparhanata trlmmlBf of all ILIad sued M loporecovered curtains and boots made 0 Aldrld V black ayPoneJ JBELDEN Lt N TIME TABLE we M Heath lMrxNo V WOBth 10146 A x No ta Northe0a x JOSNof7IOJeAXI CHOOSING A WHIP II- e an easy matter here We have Very style for every use and at bout any price Tlin only whip you innot get here Is a poor one wo I lave pond of that Kind Our whips re only a sample of our harness and ill Kinds of horse goods Youll find be latter Just as good as the whips nd equally moderato In price 1 J C McCLARY Stanford Ky 1 1 INSURANCE IS A LADDER by which you escape ruin in case of lire It is the only rational way in which you can protect what you own Dont arguo that youll save the premiums and Insure yourself What If a fire should come today tomorrow or next week How much would you have to build a sew house Let us Insure you today Fish Penninglon Stanford Kr Phone200 Jf youliavex any thing to sell inth- eSTOK tlTake to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards He buyjand gel B every day in the year except Sunday Bring on your etock market in the State with plentyof utijde of Ltimville or Lexington eneral hitch and feed business In trrt il J1f1 c4I1411t GOOD SHOES Its the Laborer the man who toilsr who needs and wears the best foot wear and for the LABORING MAN whether he be the boy at the plow the man in the tobacco field the teamster builder or section man we have made especial pre paration for you We feel we are offering our trade this time the best OUTOFDOOR footwear that machinery can make or money can buy We KNOW the WITCH ELK ifv o Shoe is the best shoemaking we J ever saw and we have sold Shoes for 25 years They fit and feel a like Sunday Shoes They wear likeiron shoes theyturnwaterlike rubber shoes 750 for a 6inch top 875 for 9inch top 101forl5 inchtop Look at them whether you buy or not Younever saw one better uMENZIESSHOE anoth er Pennant Winner a soft tough leather take our word for it Try just one pair You cant be hurt L 350 to 750 These two linesare really the best things ever sold here Sold only by f jr H J McRoberts I 1 p ElEEE t 3IPenny It H Coffey E It Coleman Ice Cream Soda Water w- ri 4 Phosphates e- T J4 Grape mica titAnd a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At i PENNYS DRUG STORE m lYt Stanford Kentucky o B 3 E E i J LwBeazley Co I Undertaken and Embalm era Also Dealers ia Fur Theywillall Kiadfl of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In ad Mannlactut of Marble and Granite Monument Markers and Poiti Cemetery and Law Vine j and Betted Offlcq and works Mo Kinney xy OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Aug 29Sept 24 1910 A magnificent parade will take 3 hours to pass a Riven point will opening of the Ohio Valley Expdsltlon Aug 29th 1910 Special low rates to Cincinnati 0 vIa the Q C route have been placed In effect Aak ticket agent for partlcu Jars W A Beckler General Iawen Let Afwat Cincinnati 0 ar L W A TRIBBL15IIIFurniture and Undertaking i Day Phono 28 Night Phone IU s t 4ttantord5Y fh r CONCRETING i W are In 1I011tion to do all klatle of eeo j Payemeetland i sereyouprisesbefore iPHILLIPS BROS Jtf Stanford KT When ungryM 1 OOTOt t Carson Reitaarant Lancaster Btreefrr vMeaUBelt place la wn for 6 good quick 1 1 S JOooktagBplendW B JIT lIae of fancy v fT jClrbccilw rX e s OW h Hot Coffee Sandwiches pielButtermilk rf aadiwwtttllk etc tal tlmw WI A CABSON prar r l IILDAYIJEPTZMltERt t i Y 1J KrV New Silks We have placed on sale a beautiful line of Persian Plaid an- dgerKfna Plaid Combination Silks for new Fall waists 5 PP Price 100 to 175 per yard New Bags iLst jjWehavc all the new and desirable styles in Ladies Hand Bags 50c fife to 100 Seroneacxt a large bag for 50c tf 4 I Fat a SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky 11 I f MrT6ereJeallera etpeelal values at Pennys Drug ftere tj PERSONAL NOTES LM Mattle Nevlus IB visiting rela N t 1Uj1II KllouUle w jCet James h Hamilton of Garrard VRS here between trains Sunday 4Miu Goodie Redd of Crab Orchard pip been the attractive guest of Mrs- MetId McKlnney and family Mm M F Elkla ot Lexiagtoa and dvKkter Mrs E P Moritz of New York were tho guests of Mrs O P liuKraaa last week This wu their first visit to their old home In several years and they were given a cordial welcome by their many friend Jeorgo L Penny is suffering with iDtammatory rheumatism Mrs Robert McAnlch IB IB Louie Vfllo this week taking In the Alt and TitlUng her ton Mr Henry McAnUh wno la holding down a good job with tko firm ot K M Kirby Ira Me ABich will visit relative in nriaaaro 1Iebefore returning liome Mr and Mrs J C McClary have reivraed from Battle Creek Mich ajch ImjKtived h health Mr Sbap Webb who baa beta spend kff the MMMaer with bur grajwteaihw Mrs SkHte Stufley left McMay for J tet9elee k 1tiexrilla l Mr and Mrs Jaaet T Meaefee were bare teveral days frem Dantllle with Mr MmfeVa parent The pepalar yevac wpM will tees leave Danville far KnexvIl4e Tern to snake their futitre kmM H Mr Menefee travels wlrt KaexU4e fer a Urge paint cam pill- andMr Mrs W K Bhugara and IIlara Oaughman are attending the Stato Fair at Louisville Metdaraen B P Woods Annie En cleman Nannie Woods Kitchen and MUrSno Iaylor Englcman have ro turned from Crab Orchard Spring firs PnUy Drown and son Opple litrre rctunivd from IJrodhead vfhero thfiy havo been vlsltng for tho past- week lt8uo Ueth James left yesterday 4tq I Usr school at Livingston Ala Bhenaa been the guest of tho Misses nufdouo for the summer Mary Adamr of llustonvillo Monday with Mrs fiettle Me Kinney Mr Joseph Hocker of Kansas City Is vllsltlng his brother Mr J 8 Hocker Miss Margaret Warren left this morning for Home N Y where ekeI teactos this winter In the school for ther deaf Medaaaes Porter stagg and Joo Iortmnn left Saturday for Middles boro to visit their aunt Mrs Lillie Wairon Mrs II C Saufley sprat several days hero with relatives before leaving for her home In Parker Ariz Misses Lucllo and Clara Coo wr left on Sunday for New York City when they go to teach this year Misses liertha and Catherine Fade of thin pluce and Mis Verva Sink of Lexington spent Sunday at Elixir Bprlngs Miss Sink has been the guest of Uio Misses Eads Tho Current Events Club will meet Thursday of next week with Mrs J AV Ireland PENDLETON LAND Mr W P Land and Mrs Alice iendletou surprised their many friend last week by going to Louis ville where they were quleUy married They will have many wishes for complete happiness I HutchUonLogue marriage should have been IA ued in ourJast leave occurred at Methodist parsonage here on the The hrlde raa Miw Mary RIper UutchUon of this city and Mr Mike Logue of Doyle county Mr Walter Fowle and wife close friends of the bride were present The bride who is a very popular young lady will be missed especially in religious circles at she is an earnest Sunday school and church worker Mr Logues brother married a slater of his bride They departed for the grooms home immedi ately after the ceremonyI ICOPJrlrhUooo tiGetAcquainted Now i alt you war- ingMrtSchaffner Marx Clothes jvc IKisjrelty certain that you have thought about the matter at some tlmeirorther and you will never have a better chance to get ac t with the best in mens clothes than right now at this store- Vhybuy t something Just as Good when the genuine costs you 7 NO MORE Cummins Wearen a s STANFORD KENTUCKY j Jr Of Course We Are Not ProposingT- hat you take all we say in blind faith In fact we prefer that you make the most rigid comparison of our merchandise with that of orher stores We believe the more you compare the surer we are to get your business Stanford Opera House THURSDAY SEPT 15 J A CoburirsGREATER il1streJsAn All White Company of Merit An Entire New Company and Show From Last Time The Finest First Part Setting ever seen on the Stanford stage The Greatest Comedians ever seen with one company headed by Mr Ed Hays Hi Tom Ward Billy Blackwell Tom Post Spike DuRoss Snake Sister ville and others Double quartette of singers The Great Mantell Marionette Circus and six other big Vaudeville Acts Prices 25c 50c 75c Reserved seats at ShugarsJ Tanners SHORT LOCAL NEWS Charles Roberts of King Mountain w I lined UO in Squire Singletons court at Kings Mountain Saturday for cussing a woman fluff Orphlngton cockerels lor ale C C Withers 534 r For Sale Good eight room house with lot and garden and all necessary outbuildings Also coal bins and store building with good stock of goods rerms reasonable Call or write to Mrs J C Napier Rowland Ky for particulars i For Rent Storeroom on Main street recently occupied by Goldstein Apply to II c Baughman PUBLICSA11EOn Saturday Relit 24 Mrs Sallie R Saufley will sell at her home on Danville avenue i mimbr of her household effectsIltchcn utensils goon milch tc See bills An laterIrowned while road pond at Moreland Saturday 4 Tobacco growers will find coke an ideal fuel for drying tobacco Write or phone us Danville Ky as Light Company 554 ThertfVlll be preaching at the Bap tilt church next Sunday morning and ut night All members are urged lr attend Delinquent school not paid by Oct 1 will bo advertised L R Hughes treasurer 5721 A threeyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs K L Martin died at Turn crsvlllo Friday They lost another child on tho22nd of August and have the sympathy of everyone In their tour of sorrow The two year old son of Mr and Mrs Charley Harris died at Jelico Tenn of whooping cough and was buried at Eph ius church Lincoln Co after services by Rev Noakes A large crowd of sympa thetic friends attended thofunera1I FARMERS THINK OF THIS I CIE 48 All grain deposited the same depth This hoe travels theIfSame depthas tho disc No loose dirt cnn fall iiito the fur Irow the seed is peposited No seed ever comes in with the dise Como in and look at it o WIH HIGGlfiS1Sta- nford Kentucky o 7 7 CtP + p- rt f 4 i ti r r New Dress Goods o All shades in Excels or Broadcloth so popular for Fall tDresse 50 inches wide at 1 Outing Flannels We open the season with all solid colors at 10cS Extra Special in SOLID WHITE OUTING at 8C Fancy Light and Dark Checks 6 Me i For SaleFine black road mare 4 tat a old standard registered A n Brown Danville Lost ladles coat on t caster pike Return to this office and receive re ward f For Sale The bouse on East Main street known as the Pennlngto place Apply to T W Pennington For RentA largo storeroom on Main and Liberty streets Hustonvllle Is in first class shape Apply to J J Allen Hustonvllle 538 The tax books t1ar910 are now ready Settle now and avoid the rush and confusion of waiting until the lad day W L McCarty Sheriff Lost gold bracelet Reward for this office reCto t The most reliable system renovator restores vitality regulates the kid byyourHollster6 Rocky Mountln Tea 35c Tea or Tablets Shugars and Tanner r Mrs McClarys class In china paint lug begins Sept 13th Class days Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thurs days School children desiring to take water colors or china can take Saturday afternoon Another candidate for honors as the leading fisherman has been found in the person ot Mr W A Payne who with Hugh Logan pulled a 29 12 Inch cat out of Dlx river at Flat Rock last week and which weighed 12 pounds Lets hear from someone who can beat this Nellie the afflicted dangater ot Md and Mrs W 13 McRoberts of Do7a vllle broke one of her hips and batt sprained an ankle by walking eat all a second story window SatBrdW That the child was not mare serteesfjrv injured is regarded as almost a Brfr acre for the drop wte a long one Sheer is about 17 years of age and has seta had the use of her right mind sistetsr she was a small child and sufEere y from a heavy fever YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaper rightnow than anytime in the yeah Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per busheL Clean Coal No Slack Phone 1TM J H Baughnran 5Co rFALL FANCiES 1 New Fall Clothes Take a look tat the Fresh Ones Just In Do they look Ready Made No indeed See how nicely they are tailored how well they fit tand how becoming Yet they are not expensive10 to 20 far- R fS it q1 W E PERKINS U ICRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY I+ rrisl A i IL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 MartinI New Line Of Novelties ij rO We have just received a It newline of pretty uptodate J novelties in Neckwear Au r Scarfs large brilliant n Ito Jabots patent hatIinPersian belts ti some colors Also beautiful line of handbags all sizes and prices from 50c to 5 Call and see uS before buying HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTUCKYJ sr u U t L f INTICRIQR JOURNALTUIliDAYo 9idPTXMMR 13 1119xf4 Tlig STANFORD XENTJICKY I New Tailored Sulets More 1t 1 W I tkv Most Varied LIne We Be peIi ir- 4 hQwuyn Ve Wantlou To See v Them it TK 4 CONSIDERING the demoralized condition of the Cloak and Suit City resulting from the strike of over a hundred thousand tailors we consider ourselves remarkably fortunate in being able to offer our trade the largest and best assorted line off high grade Tailored Suits we have ever shown this early in the ReasonWe are enabled to do this because a number of firms making our finest suits recognized the justice of the strikers demands and met them halt way and settled with them Aug 1st and went t jo work at once while the other makers tried to fight the strike Not only have we the largest stock but we also have the most varied in styles materials and colors showing more than NINETY distinct styles ofsuits If j As usual we have paid particular attention to the tailoring and iifinishingof suits and materials and linings as we intend our cus have the BEST I Another very important fact is that we have all our suits made by tailors who make a specialty of garments for SOUTH ERN WOMENthat is why o garments fit so well While we have a nnmber of very desirable style suits well made of all wool materials at 15 we are very strong on suits i from 20 to 45 S Come in often as every express from the east now will be beds member That Every Garment in Our Stock Is f Made in New York j I City ft We Handle No Astern Made Suits JL tkobertson B rol I T4 Iknviyfe Ky a T o irr rfstt q srSLj j 1 0 c f September 28 1910 t ntip +1 t = J ttI will offer for sale on the premises my highly Improvedy i r 2l 212 ACRE FARM t js on the beet of pikes 5 miles from each Danville and Lancaster t 31 GZ5 acres Tillable land- S 7lhel whioh 4jfeast tobacco land J rI J w 23 acres orwell timbered riverside land y- c Brytes indications are second to none and If mined should pay ii rr rt toot of land THE DWELLING S one of the best in the country is a nine room modern built house seated by furnace and well finished It is noted for Ita beautiful Ueaiyiy 1oatlongCW f neighborhood and close proximity to best t z seiioola and churches in the State njicre arethree good tenant houaee n 12acre tobacco barn with t s excellent basement for stock 16x134 feet z Considering locatfoa buildlugsquallty land etc no more de llrab1e1rm l1 t11e Aa bccn upon rho market L rJAMES OTTER Dinvllle Ky t- w 0 Cooke Frms Tirst An rtalSafii1 lIi tt u wl p t11 1 f WI i Greatest eyeot of the kind ever held In Kentucky 50 saddle mare eaeiblsand fillies 50 jennets tied colts Ali registered Catalogues now wetEveryene ot UTese Jensets should be kePt la Ke 1dI I fCQOKeCyO Lexingtoii Ky- V I L v FOR SALE isy v Snail well niproved farm outside left u linntefetween Stanford and XtewlMki 1S acres good ioaJ out hou4ft new barn line yoailcorchard water at house and feaun j Wotld mane a good dairy or ttrucif fArm for rIght man J t3sa hAyB farm of 1Q1 acres of un EtisfHWTcd land situated Qn Dlx river v auid MiiBty road This land is all in CRTW3 except 16 acres which is in cultl KxikMt This land will grow fine toll odC corn and has some fine tim 1ee ea it Will sell cheap and make tiseirsnito suit the purchaser orw1lj tfetslier town property dwrite prycall a iae at Row Frank Cordler o r r fUBIJIC SALE Having de riledto Ie1PL farming on account atj poor neeJth I wjllxon Wednesday Sept 21st 1910 otter for brae at iiubUj putcry at lilY tuna about three miles aouth of tihelby CUty on the llustonvilld ant Danville turnpike near Dow at iO oclock a nw the following described property I wo uiilkCQWs four ytaroW heif era one good bull one brood inure one yearling fllfy two utoWirie iua chinos bay rake new twahorse wagon eight 160pound hogs one buggy some good hay and many othpr articles loo numerous to irentlou Tor + tsGarb L P COFF IAN Shelby City Ky J P Olundlcr Auct n c THE FARMERS u AJ Plain ulnehole wheat drill good as new for sale cheap fP Logan Northern seed rye extra nice price 1110 per DU at J H Oaughraan A Co 57iil FOR SALE Nice young Jeraey milk cow J S Turpin Stanford KT 5Wt J ood pony forsale has been driven by children H C Baughman Let me Insure your barns and tb bcccp W A Trlbble We have just unloaded a car of Missouri Fulte1 wheat for seed price 130 per Jlu J H Baughman A Co 572t i For SaleA well improved farm of 20 acres gear Mt Salem house hold and kitchen furniture stock and farming tools P IL Woodson Mt Salem 4923 For Saie Sowand a pigs Itto Berry IlCstonvllle Wanted cattle to grate 70 acres ol good bluo graaa R Lv Berry HUB tpqViHr itj Y For Sale High grade Southdown ram lambs Fisher and Reilck eraM + eb Mrs Mattie II Hewes Morel Ky R R No 1 Box 49 i WantedTo buy a place of 7G to ilQi acres la Lincoln county one hay ing Improvements Address P O lion 65 Stanford Ky ii Nice 2yearold buck for sale S J nr a twoyear old Jersey bull IMjtwglgh about 800 poilrida has r Information jnicegard to same wilt bltkp Illy r c James 1 Jtip Lewis sold his nice little Jn fl Vayneaburg section oxii r Pike lut wt Bi1tnUaughman Is much over the showing of his UeorXt BtocR made In J H Baughman 3 k 31Btr1gldFOR SALE CHEAP Tract of 77 acres 3 miles from Crab Orchard Ky Joining W DeahonV firm Address W H Mueller Stanford Ky For SaltGOOd work horse 10 years old sound work anywhere mud rides well J H Livingston R VNo 1 62t 1 LOST 225lb black sow Reward for return to Mrs Lucy Hamllon R c D No4 672t j r The blggeitquacn pf cattle oa the nuifkeitere Vn a I1y monthi Was tn hand court day Anderson Nunaelfo was unable to accommodate all at hC stock yards Prices ranged from 3V to 6e with almost aveVythlng selling There were many mule colts In tow and all went fait at from ICO to ltG Deafness Cannot pc Cured- y bat rMtlMtlMu tkmfuMtriMt 1M- eaeo4 1M TMIf It oly t V wry to = lr =oJIate1lllae4 rua rll ntkrout led uIt tUM rwr wtVI eer s ood Moo be rtaa will be daKrojed tertrttr atOut oC tea art cnwM krCkUrrtuvMck Y ootg DI44aI eQrJu M netlwrp b ttvrll fiat wote 1IaIt CdIrrtICInI e bdb+r otre9rt Ihoi M i r ICHJNEY co Iote9e 0sow isr c TUt IUUTuUl ItIIItN eeatgeIIOL Fpf ateVwlce residence on Main street In Stanford KYi the frontage of lot large eaougtt for another fcutM lag lot Alt necessary outbulldtegs i Everything In good repair r mice 13760 A bargata tree U R Hugaetf OHIO VXLLk i POSIT oN lit CinclrjratlrA Queen A Crtte tt Route Round Trip Farelfrom Junc tlon City Kt utkyta J TICKETS ON E D It Y 440 Good retUrnhtg five days From Date of Sate 560 Good Returning until Sept e 29th F G DENNIS ticket Agent 4ItUon Ciry Ky ULLS ont let this most destructive of n- InltctioudilClH get a grip on your doc- k4feirUropr of B mON PflUkTBYCUIlE in the water cures and prevents Chelera1UmlJcmHfCo Reup i putsfonliOne SGpboHld slake 2 gaNoilI of mcdtclne Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine oft haadj 7 Watch Thatl OriflOjI- t Suit11 Baltimore Made The Home cf VII Good Clothes My Fall line more complete than ever is now ready tor your inspection Call by and ask to see the only make that fits like Tailormade clothes ALL WOOL e SAM ROBINSON0 J If Stanford Ky NFI r I SEE ME About That New Suit Just Received a BigrLine aLeL SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky 1 NorShip Barn Door Hanger The tubular track iawhy put la position h It ImpoMlblo for tM track to free up clog er suck The lIo U ea the tower tike Note tfc tandem roller nkte u a i theeels ire reund wttfr a ltwgsl UM 1 l I 1e rtt r wlklt tabe the sob ci 1U tkearriageisweek kfttyI s is pfeqt 1 t f T 1t era r reKerbearldgaYoa rftW + rugti to JIM Yirnl- a1iilg a stltK Itsyeuwt tk f- ii 4j1tlPhflUu ey TMr r 5tt1sct t tgeed M 1 1 f1MFOR BY G ORQE H FARR OHD KY t 9TIRRINC TPPwe are havliia theJHflldiug Use We carry atpll lias qf limo pjaater Cement and ret tjilijr elate aeWe1 for building Lye tt g1lrcblt4 here will be ro nGntt 1teet qnaM- htr and the beat to1 lnteafe1 pnrpoes- 1te J will cave ynutroubtt atidttaielod e- lsary expense byaetidfer 19aa 114eai- Cetimate ii J A ALLEN stair rr Ky SALE OFLAf As ngibt uf the heirs of Mrs Nan nN U cofdIUtonthe premise alt aboutj1i 1 ii JI + bh 1 5A Saturoay Sept iOth 1013 offer for cabal publl outcry t tract rot C3 8 i 100acresowned by Mrs Good at the time ot her death The X land is about 12 mile from Turners vlllt on the McCormacks church pike Is well watered and alt In grass Pos session given Jan 1 Tertus wlll bo announced on day of aale t ii vVv J D PAXtON Agent FIF JA5i FOR SALE leiieft jIi Jrii 1 acres welt wratprt l OM ks4real acres ta grass 6ft acres for wt Tide lAM produces flwr toper et rm sad wheat A flnt youRff orchard of faf hundred earl g fruit freeea Gout new six iow II cistern a4 hoeresUar and all aeceeary euUwld nTtwp teaaat 1ouset JtJ Yarn Mwto free salt delivery tYreaku1M1t Yards t- srlipul 1 ii3VlnUlec to wMa church Mako te 9Jri Wi P IMfiwa Itttraatclylttaefie 8 rt1 II ffctkc RAWe huvu a i MWl for sale with 1 40 horse point fn r 30 kp eaglae aneT saw still fgr sale Hi cash hal Bncp IBJWQ 0uif and six raotitba trlMI r lei J C McClary Undertaker and KmfcWnfcr STANFORD j KY + nine Pbonllf altome P hoae eeT YaD CARTKK 3 w- DgpotiEriti4f 1 J Phon H or TANFOMD lENTUCMY I