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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tea 4411E 1NjIcR d k LOUiALt i VOLUMK XXXVU STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTV KENTUCKY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 1910 No 5SaI 1 I D OCRATSMEET AT SOMERSET THURSDAY INDEPENDENT OR HIGHCLASS RE PUBLICAN MAY BE NAMED ACAlrlST POWERS Tli0 democrats of the Eleventh Con I grcsslOBfcl district will m tot Thursday to nominate tor Congress against aCaRdldatoI County conventions were day The PulosKl delegates are Instructed for Virgil P Smith but most ur tin othurs go unnsiructcd The I sentiment seciin to I itit In many I sections that an Independent or wen a kigh rises republican of the anti rowers 1ol should bu notn1ri ted so theEdwardupportori A great many of the tidwardV men are very gorS Several of the lending republican papers oC the district call tho notalHatloa of Powers a calaulty V tha republican party ofmorc than local consequence Tno London Kcho says The friends or Powers arc In the asctfudnnce they have gained the day but at a terrible cost apent lhelr Bioncy some have even perjured theta selves yet they are victorious They have elected their Idol but they have uuless all signs fall encompassed the defeat of Congressman Bennett of the Ninth and Langley of the Tenth Ken tucky districts Caleb Powers will be U o olc republican representative In fcofinress from Kentucky j and will have to contend with a democratic Congress lie baa Indeed sot himself jt kard Wok And the Wayne County Outlook unotncr strong Edwards paper says ProphecyIn this nomi nation Is tho hardest blow the lean party of Kentucky has received luce tho killing of jOoobat ijnd it rjeany that Kentucky bo repre rented In the next Congress by ten democrats and one republican Caleb will be alone In his glory U further means that the democrats of Kentucky will sweep everything before them for yvnrt to come Luttnt returns show that Powers won by a JULIA over 10000 majority and corrected figures show that he earned every county In the district except Pdlaskt even getting Edwards own county of Lnurelb U majority f 1 t Speakkg Dates i AT THREE POINTS IN COUNTY mARRANGED BY MR HELM Congressman HnrVey Holm Is mak lag a vigorous campaign over tun dlr lc for reelection and Intends to- leave no stone unturned to acquaint the voters with the Issues of the race lit Is putting aUon of enclors h uieal of the robber tariff Which is raising the price of the necraattteepr- ne dally up to his opponent as L J4I Ewell has more than once en 4 d the PayneAIdrlch law ho has M loophole I Helm wUl speak at tlcKlnney Wednesday evening nt To at Waynesburg Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock and at Kluge Mountain that night at 7 oclock JmHelIYIDI IntkosecommunIUel lavltod tp cot4tstput4nd kear1 e flV docttIda o ww i wh ch W 8 devtlied to sweep tho country tfH sttla to stern thfs year starting 8t week with tho rock ribbed rep llcka State of MaineI ItBruCk Store BUCHANAN AT s DOWN vi o flu brunch store oLl and and Buch anan was burned down Satusday night Roving Caught fire In aome un known manner Its stock Is sold f bavesued it I1MI ttOOO and 600 Insurance was carried with W a Fish of thU city Mr Camden II the manager of the store and he was ofrtl epfireto account for tho causj Dont take anychances of losing your property at night or at other Ue ljl6e D W aten thd insurance tuJWrlt the Wnd otlrisurance you aeld to make you safe at alt s A GOOD POSITION Can fee kid by ambltlousyoung men flMfMMBia tirt field dl Wireless erJ Railway telegraphy Since4 the 8 hour law became effective and since tlle r beataorepiaaLas arb eat- abllshlagt the country Uera 4ea Bleat shortag of telegraphers Positions pay beginners from UO to 90 per month with good chaqc of advaaewsftat1 the flo l18Rilirele t grapM t latUtute operates eli official iaatltHtea in America under supervis ion ct R n and Wireless Officials and idaeee all graduates into post tlons U will pity you to write them for full details at Cincinnati 0 or PhlladolpUIa Pa your aewell as your temper is rendered miserable by a disordered liver By taking Chamber lalas Stomach and IVior Tabletkyoal caa s StoreIs Drug X I w 4 i TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY Wo tho undersigned citizens and tobacco growers of Lincoln county believing that the tobacco question Is In serious condition and feeling ha It would bj to tho best interest o Lincoln county for Ull to meet toJ gether and discuss thelluatlou among ourselves we hereby IQI great o ery one Interested In the price of tobacco and values of land tol meet with Tin at the court house ati Stanford Saturday Sept 24th at 130 pm Please try and give this meeting serious consideration and lay aside a 1Slgnedl Sen R L Hubble w J D Eads s bavo Lynn Den Bryant J W Williams 4 vL1Yc J iloltztlaw B F Cain U n Adams 0 P Newland C 0 Withers f Dr J1 O Carpenter 8 J Enibry Joe Embfy 682 K T Pence Sr Pays 10 12 Per Cent LINCOLN OIL COMPANY WINDS UP ITS AFFAIRS W II Wenreir pas In Jfontlcollq last week winding up the affairs of Lincoln Oil One and Mineral Com pany which owned tour oil welln In Way no county Theywere sold to John Whlto of that lect n for 2500 and the business of tho corporation will be liquidated Each stockholder will receive 10 12 pcr jcent OUhlll stock which la much better than some of tho oil companies which flourished here llko a reen bay tree during the oil boom days several years ago Will payout WWppiag Post PLAN STILL CHAMPIONED BY JUDGE MENEFEE i Police Judge John N Mencfco Jr damn near putting his advocacy of the whipping port for certain offend ers Into the active test Monday but Xas balked at the last minute Eni aett FranrJs the iCyearold son pf Henry Francis was before him charg ed with having been drunk and dig ordorlY on Sunday He was arrested by officer Meeks Judge Menefco told the boys father that would remit the fine If be would take the lad out and under the eyes of the court give him a good logging At first Mr Francis seeps ed Inclined to accept the proposition but backed down and would not agree AIL c NOTIC- EIntbeediatrlctCcodrtoLthe United UUUi fori the Easterndistrict of Ken tacky In the matter of William W White Htanford Ky Sept 19 1910 A meet Ing of the claltos of tho above named Ahn line been hdjudged bankrupt Fill be bold dl the office of referee la Stanford Kx un the 30th day of SepL 1I1al 9oclock A in to elect a tMII- tto for the c tate of said bankrupt iud for the trnaiacUoaof otcr bust as raycom before thftnibtfljlig COmp1iwIULl3ettfi1 oCje bahI t- ae con of claim otlier Lisa claim cannot bo allowed J N SAtNDens Referee In Hank ruptcy DCATW Or GOOD WOMAN Mrs Llccle K Cannon aged 48 years died at her home near McKln neT Friday and was laid to rest in tho Campbell burylug ground Saturday nftor short services by J C Me Clary She was a good woman and leaves A number of children Sh wai a dieter of George Reynolds who- IIal Killed a few weeks ago when a bridge gave way with a traction en glne near Mtcglnney SUICIDE IN DANVILLE Screaming if the top of her voice Nona Mllleri aged 15 yeah of Dan iRe waecI1MP rfered In her yyooin with herfee t1thaadtlps burn ed in a rightful manner and worth ing In hcrageales of rfeklh frbnj a draught ot carbolic acid the empty bpitto of which had contained pohon stllf tlgniUy clutbaed in herl the second o7leceualtFIre of unknown origin destroyed the residence and contents of Chas Jott near KlrksvlUe early Friday morning Loss 3000 Insurance 1000 Mr Josh Qo0bey Rood pulet citlz n living near lIntQnvl1le attempted sui cide at hU home Suttda hiorntng by going up stain and banging hlnuolt at the end et1a ropetyhkhewaa to a rarter however p9ni aged to cut the rope and save his He Is thought to be unbalanced Cas ey County N WB w AlIIIi41 I I Hit4tcBOYLE COUNTY OPERATORS HEAVILY FINED AND JAILED On ths charge of conducting dis orderly houses and operating nuisan ces the hop joint keepers In Boylo have begun to feel tbe stern hand of the law four offenders last week hav lug been fined n total of 2000 and Jail sentences aggregating three years distributed among them as followtt J F Harlewood was fined 1000 and and given n all sentence of one yoar by the jury Clarence Hazlewood son of the above defendant and who was in partnership with him for a short while was also feed 250 Tomny Longo son of a wealthy fruit merchant of Danville who is a bat loonlnt nndprOfesBlonally Known as Tommy Krnxo was fined 1000 arid given a jail sentence of one year The above Indictments were returned at the April term of the Boyle circuit COUIt and were tried undbr the com I mon law which allows the jury to fix I the punishmentEubank Carl Vanlvdok and family of Indl ana started home on the excursion Sunday morning I Mrs Eva Reynolds Is very III at this writing John Actons mother died very Iud nlxhLI been working Sunday to spend the day with hjs family I Mrs Sarah tJnleqn and daughter Sopha hive come EubankLtphav Pophna hflpd treated for a cancer I We are having a fine school thl fall It Eulianks W H Hamm and cbtoraJ ing at the Baptist church every Fri day night I Mrs May Russell la able to get out IlcknellIare four ofI them down I Mrs Sallie Oourley Is recovering over a spell of sickness Dr TJ Acton made a trip to Wit more last week Pleasant Point The revival whc nas been In irogrev at tile Baptist church for nighjt1thnumber restored and tho church greatly benefited In every way About 300 wore present at the baptl Mal scene on Sunday qvonlns Rev Wright will be pastor at the Methollst church this year We re Stet td give up pro Haggard who ban been with us two years Our rural carrlerr Reuben Curtis Is laying off on account of hay fever Hpwffypf his substitute answers tht purpcee just as well Mr emit Mrs Robert Dlsbon are via OeorgetownMiss her sis ter at Ottenhelra Mrs Sarah Austin of Highland was visiting Mrs W M Murphy Sunday Miss Eva Skldmore baa beet suf fering with tonsUltls Mrs J401JA14 glngleton was visiting here Mini Meltsqa Padgett baa been the 01 her s s g4rtetown- tionxqPadgGfCboygh oto w Leach one ttrlce- egn Thursday the 4t2sd th Fagaley heirs will gave a iabi Rte Hiiles east of Waynesbarg they will jro to Hood R4e Ongpn to make their future Join B Harmon and v8returned from a hlen5ant Vfsltto rgln live AN jlle there they were present at the fiSUv anniversary of John L Cranes birthday waS anenJoy ed occasion The music was furnish ed by an orchestra and was fine Lillian the little lOmonthsold daughter of Mr nnd Mrs John Dye died on Thursday at 8 p m She wits an exceptionally bright thud und twas oh so hard to glvo her up Funor al services were held on Friday even lug at the Baptist church by Revs Ward and Singleton The text was While He cqnt return to us wo can ico to Him I which was very consoling tuthe Bereaved on js pl D Wall has returned from Cln cinnati where he employ ment in A tinners shop for a few pa ekeb Alford tins gone to Lexington Mrs O Wr i Ellison Is with her daughter tn i wat Danville who is rrery ill Little Vfrnelle qilllland Is much IJIr after an attack of yy hold nt and Mrs DDaxter lavebeen- vlsilln at o Drowns Mlftft7 Mkrgaret Ro ten came home from Lexington Wednelllaywbe she hud been for tment on of till leading hospitals Miss Minnie Loaqh accompanied her home E Harmon sold his farm of 85 acres to E O Ollllland Price private pQSftession will be given Jan 1 Sot a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms ot croup Chamberlains Cough Remedy given as soon as the child becomes hoarseI or eTJIatt9rLb srollpyCQugh a pears will prevent the attack Sold by Pennys Drug Store l I tl r4- n Dreamed of Death FORMER LINCOLN COUNTY BOY DIES IN INDIANA plpertellsouhtyItents Mrand Mrs James M Blanken yearMrI would die on the twentyninth day a month because of a dream he hn experienced IB January 1909 while in poor health be saw A vision He told bin parents that he was awakened in the night and thought he Saw a stir Tho star soon opened and a dead brother and sister appeared Ho spoke to them bilt when they heard his voice they Vanished The star eloped and reopened and this time appeareWhenthem of the vision and interpreted It to mean that he would die Jfcnuary 29 1909 When the twentyninth ha passed and he retained his life b whenever he did die would bo on tbe twentyninth day of the month Mr Blankenshlps inter pretation of the dream came true his relatives explaining that death stale K nbout noon Friday hut ho lingered un Iii noon today Besides a father and mother he Is survived by two brothers James I Blankenshlp of Indianapolis and Bid noil C Blankenshlp of Crawordsvllle and three sisters Mrs R D Wicks and Mrs W E Collins of Crawford vllle and Mrs L U Dfshcr of Rock villa When young Ir Blankenah P learned tho printers trade and worked In local print shops for several years Middleburg 0 I housingtobaco makingthemlrheSgiving much trouble- Notwithstanding the torrldlty ot the PowersEdwards thtFriday thlittlee tit son of 4 R oneS Is down wit the dliejisc and there are other cases as Yoserallb Jaoon Coffcy And wife Yosemite are rejoicing oer the arrival of a little girl at their house The event took place Tuesday The Modern Comedy Co held forth at the Colored school house at Yosemite two nights of last week Sheriff MVff Drown and his dep arreltedrradllYf tbn 1VIBt9t flack and wife Ref VIIIm t iihunof Louis 1t1Ufolrned hereAaturday conduct servlccfi at the Bap- tlstchurcb UQ wm j his notbd lecture Klpg of Primp to men only Sunday afternoon at tour recomMended ions will likely be interesting Rev Pophams meeting at the Bap t church next week will likely be the most Interesting ever held here a devery one should avail themselves of We opportunity of attending He I1SRevhose endorsement means soma 111 lag Miss Della Arnold of LancasteV sj lted her cousin Mrs W T Dye week W C Bryant has the material on the gmuniifartheoection4ofa neat dwelling on lot near store They that his dwelling Is to be a dtge for a bird that Mr Bryant has traen trapping for some time COMING BACK HOME SOON ll Lea1 1U Sept 19 Dear Editor Enclosed find check for SI for the L L which Is a welcome visitor to me Crops In Illinois are the best In twenty yours hay made two tons per acre wheat 28 bushels oats oG while corn will make 75 an acre Everything else Is up to this standard flogs are selling at 985 fat cattle at 835 corn at 49 elL bushel and labor at a good price I work for a cattle man nail get j40 per month Single men get 2li to 30 and board Common work horses here sell at 200 I expect to return to my home la Hustonvllle about January let 1912 It nothing happens Very likely I will want to buy a saytll farm of about acres of geod l nd y rytruly- riAJins A BUROE Can he depended Upon is an sit pression we all like to hear and when IW used In connectton wIth Qhsa berlalna Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It means that it never fails o cure diarrhoea dysentery or bowel complaints It Is pleasant to and equally valuable for children and adults Sold by Pennys Drug Store Lightning again struck the Henry Clay statue in the Lexington como tery tearing off an arm and leg The moHHBieat over the grave of the have ot the great Commoner had just be ia restored at an Immense cost I t t 1 Notice of Election Regular tern Lincoln ouhty Court held el lia21U 1910 lion James P Dalle In IfiiS matter of the petition of the Ulay I At a special terns or this court held Sept 7111 1910 n petition signed bye C ML Ttpmpson rrusteo W M ChevllettdLone TrueteB Q H Cannon J A Hart JV Thompson H C Leach I W M Singleton Thomas Haggard O L Murphy E D Carey James Bur ton General KIdd S B Chtvllett Michael Hatter J D Haggard Atther Uooch J W Acton M Fraced A M Cress Luther Floyd J 1J McKee C W Dunn W O Hagifard Claud Trim ble Walter Privett OC Maxet Luther Hogue W D Smith Trustee W JJ Smith C Tnisty Wm C Dye Trustee Morris Walls Trustee was- d flied In open court before Jas PI klnlIcents be levied on each one dollars worth ot taxable property within said graded school district And It appearing to tho court that all of said petitions or legal while voter8nml residence of the tax pay I MOnntAln1kMagisterial District No tt and It op pearlng that a majority of the trustees In said graded school district have co vented to the additional levy of twenty 301 cents and have endorsed their consent signing said petition and 1 t SmgleItoncoIn county has consented to said le and has endorsed his consent in writ tag upon said petition as provided bylaw and tills day the Bald petition ap peared In open court sufficient adls ed It In now ordered and adjudged W L McCarty be nnd he is hereby ordered and directed to cause a poll a i belIstry of this order to take the sense ot white voters In said graded behan additional cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property Be assess ed In said graded school district be I touglnt to the whllb voters and cor orations for the purpose of main aning a graded common school dls let and for the purpose of erecting building therefore an preicrlb lawedA Attest G B COOPER Clerk Lincoln County 592 Court Missouri Paper v TELLS OF SPLENDID MEETING NEAR KINGS MOUNTAIN DemocratForum Maryvllle Mo Rev W J Ward returned Thursday from Lincoln county Kentucky near Klns Mountain where he held a very successul meeting He was pas tor ot thhlchurch twenty vpara ago attendl g tbeSouthern Baptist heologlcatihlnlry of toulvllle e r added to the ckurchfortvthree of them for bap- 15w Twent nine of tbese a tbea a d all exce- en pt sIx or them are young inThe power of the Holy Spirit t was auifest In convicting werand any were lUIl seeking salvatiOn heqthe meeUngcloeedg It was a g u Joy to the preachers heart to see the dwefU working of the Lord among the people The church has grown In numerical strength and spiritual power In these taro decades They ar led by Rev A q Coker a very companionable and warm hearted man of God Rev I cant say enough In praise of the ood people of Pleasant Point neigh porhoodt where the meetings were held DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN BOOK The democratic rational congres slonal continlttee has issued its campaign I book and is now distributing it The committee has no funds save as It obtains them through contributions and Is selling the book at it per copy or for BO cents a copy In lots ot ten or more the book Is replete with valuable matter and Is said to be the best Cam paign hook ever Issued Every demo rat tioutd have It and In thlC year C rr olraUc eort for dUpremacy should slatyeontrtQute to the committee bji slng look Theo committee diaSllantptirvlcs In Maine with sltltj democrats everywhere will rifeto the occasion by dollar contributions rthe democratic sun wJH jlae triumphantly not to set for fifty to come Scndvybur orderaor cotitribUtloMbwtn V F garret Treasurer Democratic Caatpuigp Ceininltto 82115th street Northwcsj Washlngtpn D C NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received fore concrete pavements around the tort house Inside the yard and In rant of the court house and for a con around same as onlfileAll bids must be sealed and tiled with the undersigned oa on before 10 oclock a m Wednesday Sept 21 1910573t 0 B OOOPBR Clerk i r PICTUREPEDDLER ts PRIZE SPRINTER FLYS LIKEA BIRD WHEN EAGLE EYED OFFICER MEEKS GETS ON HIS RAIL The swiftest thing of locomotloa developed In this section recentlyhas proven to bea man clad In rubylike hosiery Last Friday afternoon the clever night policeman John Meek armed with a writ went to Mackstllla to arrest peripatetic picture peddler i who was charged with belug disorder ly The arrival of the minion of theilaw caused the agent to take f as well as a night Meeks In hot outI1of the many alleys and by wftys His arousedIhad left his coat l hat and shoes at his last resting place therlYIwith the officer a furlong In the rear tbut before long the llnal lap was mads fon entering Baughman d Cos hay barn The Dan Patch man had reach ed a window In the rear of this estab 111ahment and was preparing for a des perate leap when peeks Intercepted him and told him he would shoot If hon attempted to leap Having arrested a his man the blue coat with the wily I prisoner repaired immediately to Judge Men court where the man respitern Whereupon e beat a hasty retreat thanking the judge and telling him that he would have 17 minutes to spare rWeary and foot sore becauseof his Jaunt through the rock ribbed alloys Il A gressor is hard He told Judge Menefee that he was 1 ia third year medical student in Vila dcrblle AN OLD FIDDLE 4 It Miss Dorcas Lewis woo resides near Turnersville owns an old violin which was made in 1617 and therefore Is almost 300years old Col J It Podda of anTlllewh used to live In Lincoln county borrowed this via lin when the Cincinnati Southern rail way was under construction about K years ago and the late William lies kins often charmed the early officials by his renditions on this wonderful ly sweettoned Instrument NOTICE In the district court of tho United Mates for the Eastern district of Kentucky 4n the matter ot Clarence 3 Slpple Bankrupt By virtue of an order entered by J rjNsametill0ctpberA D 1910 between the hours ofT10 oclock a m and 3 oclock p nioil the premises being 52 acres of farm land situated In Llncola county Kentucky on the waters at 1 Green river adjoining the bentiiua farm and lying near the postbfflce of Jumbo Kentucky expose to public JdderItract or parcetof land Wggtheryitk nineteen acres of land adjoining same now owned by Clarence J Sipple the bankrupt above named and also ouealf Interest In the growing crop upon tho said land Uiven under my hand this the 13ta day ot Algust 1910 R A DYCHE Trustee APMvyiTJlATORS NOTIC15 t All persons having claims against the estate of M C Saufley deceased will present the same to the under igned properly proven on or before the 12th day of October 1910 and all persons Indebted to said decedent Mc C Saufley will pleaso settle same promptly GEORGE p STONE Admr of M C JBaUtleyDeceased 1 1 c THE BESTOFFER EVER MADE f 1t Home and farmone full yearregu far price t Iyi 506 Uncle Remus Home Magazine i du lar price i108 Good Housekeeper full year regu tar price 1M The Evening Post dally 3 months 4186 The Interior Journal your horns year00ISend or bring your order In at ww to Tilt Interior JG lrflalS tqf fj y Ky This offer Is not good where WM Evening Poet has an agent r r SA A I THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY 8UPTKMDEK 20 lIlt l Ie THE INTERIOR JOURNAL KstaYUske 1871 3BTBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At fl Per Year in Advance HELTON BAUFLEYPubllharI- ntered at the Poet Office at Stan nerd Ky aa Second Clan mall GIVE KENTUCKY A DIRECT PRIMARY LAW The politicians DoN discussing the question o a prlmytbr convention to nominate the next state democrat k ticket Either methft will suit h 4cCreary and his friends but what Kentucky ought to havils a direct primary nominations tar like GOT flushes has just sought to have pass ed In New York and which Oregon shad many of the more progressive states bave on their statute books 2Rie Direct primary law gives a poor PP a chance to run for office as well- ace the rich one and simplifies the tholo system of party selections of candidates It has proven satin ustory wherever trlsd except urolmby to mame professional politicians who find Inelr jots of bossing conventions and fixing slates gone Uhe campaign for a better educa dlonal system is well under way in Kentucky the good roads movement oumot be headed the old state is go lag forward along many progressive Lines and theres no good reason why this latest and most approved method i17 which the people may name their party candidates should not be adopt ed We suggest that Lincoln coun tys representative in the next legls Jtetnre offer a direct primary nomina teens bill Grew Clay Walker editor of the 1 aqeaai r Central Record has been appotatld attorney for the Louisville is JfaetiYille Railroad Company In CarrardVtounty Ur succeed Judge L JM Walkerwho resigned on account r his appointment to the circuit judgeship Theres nothing itkakeyp Asg Bgood thing in the A N is to be congratulated upon securing such an allaround live wire SB Green Clay to look after Its legal business in Garrard o Lebanon remains dry although it poled wet in August by less than r m hundred majority The contest S itpard declared the election void following a ruling of the court of ap peals that an order of court calling a local option election cannot be en tered on the same day that the petl Lion asking the election is filed Heres something which truly shows what n splendid town Stanford is TJw Danville public schools opened for the tall term with S6C pupils the Stanford school had 338 Yet Dan ville claim 8000 or 10000 while we will probably be satisfied with a cen sub of 2000 and the Stanford school employs 13 teachers to nine in Danville lien Johnson Is certainly not pos sensed of any undue modesty In seek lug public favor and a chance at the public purse He is now running for two offices at the same time for re election to congress and for governor Now iant he the greedy thing Tltt man who gets madat what the jlcwBp per says about him should re turn thpnks three Umes a day for wrhatthe newspaper knew about him- and suppressed Meade County lies Eger A department of Journalism Is to be itabllshed at the State University at LeXIngton Well bet the youngde vU of the Interior Journal is maklug a nrbre proficient scholar in this study than any of those who will matricu late for the course at the University DANVILLE DAY ExpositionWfdntsday set aside by the man ement of the Ohio Valley Exposition as Danville Day Sound trip tickets good going and returning the same day will be sold Trla the QUEEN CRESCENT route Wednesday Sept 21st and will bo oOO80lnl and returning only on reseclal train leaving Junction CJty Ky t7J3 a m The fare for the round trip will be J225 Ask agent tfor particulars or write W A Decider JP Aij Cincinnati 0- APPALACHIAN 4 EXPOSITION KNOXVILLE ENN Sept 12th to October 12th VIsit the Appalachian Expoaitjco Tickets at low round trip rates are en sain dally to Knoxville enDvla QUEEN C9feCENT ROUTE up to mripjjcWte6ct athj Mk ticket Hflfen for wljcylars or write W A heckler Q P A Cincinnati O ILN MAN WINS I MADISON BRIDE NUPTIALS PERFORMED AT KIRKS VILL NEWStKbM Lancaster Sept 19 1910 flJI1edMr Thomas Austin who left Lan caster sbmethlng over a week ago for Mattie Creek Ditch where he went for treatment for tuberculosis antI brlghts disease is reported In a very danger Due condition and there is little hope for his recovery Hiram Cox of this place and MIse Halite Hone of Danville were united In marriage at the home of the brides parent Editor Green Clay Walker has been appointed attorney for WB L N for this county Dr J W Grinstead ot the Rich nond Normal schoolprsa led two ex cellent discourses tthe Christian Church Sunday morning and evening A telegram was received Saturday announcing the death on Friday night of Mr William Wallace at his home two miles from Lexington The deceased died of heart disease having been ill for some time Besides MB wid ow and two grown sons J H and Salem be is survived by two sisters Mrs Am Robinson of this city and Mrs James Francis of Paint Lick and the following brothers Salem Wallace and the late O T Wallace The re mains were taken to Richmond Sun day for Interment Misses Lucy and Allle Dunn have sold their farm of 100 acres near Dry antsville In this county at f120n acre to Isaac Armstead of OwenabThed- eal involved 12000 The W C T U district conventlor will meet in Danville next Thursday and roday SepL 22 and 23 Mesdames Karra and Austin will go as delegates from the Lancaster union Senator and Mrs George T Farris have sold their residence on Danville street to Charles W Anderson for f2 350 In turn they bought ahouse and lot on Richmond street of Mrs W i Price for 2000 At the residence of the brides par ents Mr and Mrs G it Wilson of HlrksviMc their daughter Miss Anna Wilson and Charles Rlgsby of Lin coin county were united in marriage Rev O P Bush the Baptist minister officiating The groom is a prosperous young farmer of Preachersvllle The Womans Home and Foreign Missionay Society met Monday aft ernooa in the basement of the Presby terian church Dr 0 8 Gilbert bougbft of Raya mond Ray his bouse and six half acres of land at Buckeye for 2 000 What does it mean Dr Mr Collins Harmon of Plttsburg PH has been the guest of Miss Sue Shelby Mason Miss Bertha Burnslde ic in Mt Vernon Ohio with her aunt Mrs Charles McGuigan Mrs Wm Hujs of Stanford has been the guest of Mr and Mrs James A Beuley Mss Sophronla Fox has gone to No si ata Okla where she will teach the ensuing year Mrs WIHU Belle Green loaf of Idt Louis Is tile guest of Lancaster relatives Mrs Quincy Gray and little daughters of Conners vllle lad have been vlslUng Mr and Mrs A R Walker Mrs Arthur Hub bard of Covington Is the guest of her cousin Mrs John E Stormes y rs G C Farris and little son Ceo of Colorado are visitors of Misses Martha and Helen Gill Crab Orchard The members of the Christian church especially the ladies of the Aid Society are to be congratulated knd praised for the noble work done iud sacrifices made to build and adorn their Church It is a beautiful rnoughfor11 this past week a handsctae brusnela carpet covering tho entire floor Rod hairs of an uptodate pattern for pews arranged In semi circle order which blend beautifully with the rten Hod and painted walls and ceiling Mr and Mrs Carroll Bailey and Miss PearL Collier attended the State Fair at Louisville Mrs Ed Peyton of Stanford has been spending the week with Mss Ophelia Lackey Mrs Mary Burch and daughter Mlsa Esther of Stanford are visiting Mrs John Buchanan and Mrs Margaret James Miss Esther leaves shortly to enter the Emerson Oratory University of Itoston Moss Mrs Charles Keeton and Miss An nette Keeton of Williamsburg have recent guests of the Crab Orchard Springs and visited their numerous friends ot the town Mrs J G Carpenter and daughter Miss Josephine are visiting relatives Rev R B Muhony and daughters Miss Marie and Virginia were visit lug friends here last week Miss Lula V Jones of London la visiting her brother Dr L F Jones DetroitMr and Mrs J T ChadwIckI HOG RAISERS Are your hogsworth 5 cents per head We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from disease for 5 cents per h ad per month It cures Cholera Kills Worms Stimulates the Appetite Aids Digestion and causes bogs to fatten very rapidly This remedy Is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the country Come In and lot us tell you about it Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Yes she said it was terrible but i suffered in silence Popr0grl he murmured y thetlcaily How yonruushave su- ferectEx e YOUCAKBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean Coal J No Slack Phone 11 J H Baughman Co Nice We have a saw mill for sale with horsepower bailer 30 hp engine ft new saw mill for sale H cash bal ance In two four and six Months with good notes Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky i S OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Cincinnati O Queen A Crescent Route Round Trip Fares From June tlon City Kentucky TICKETS ON SALE DAILY 440 Good returning five days From Date of Sale 560 Good Returning until SeptS e zam 1 F G DENNIS Ticket Agent h Junction City Ky erb S Deafness Cannot Be Cured deuodto reaedkaDtallrer UIIIItptrttct baI1q and wbtn H It courtly dosed Out tbotIton bear t WIll be dntlo7td sttrt rdag BotMtcbatWt WM ftra OM HuXrrd OoUtn Mr toy OM ot coredbyQP4MT1ke UtUt 1tmUy Pall tor DI REAL SANITARY PLUMBING 1 Saves its cost over and over agUu in lessened doctprs bill But you must be sure that vit Is reap It isnt the white basin and nickeled pipes that mike sanitary plumbing It is the way they are put together Have us do your plumbing We have the know how W K WARNER shone 188 Stanford Ky H B Northcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tudor Mgr Wr ARE PAYING TODAY FOR EKES 1819C bens 10llc Fryers 11120 Turkeys 1213c Ducks 78c Roosters per b55 lc Hides per lbr7cFeathers 15iOc LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of r All kinds of farmproduco and am paying today for Ins U I 2to lOc Kegs 19C prliigers 11 to 11 l2c Roasters AN VB to 5 12c Turkeys v 33Cipucks t tvf7cHides 612 to 7c Feathers 15 to i3c Mal Flour Ship Stuff and Chicken Peed for sale or In exchange for Produce r Phone 20 a NO TROUBLE T6 HARNESS tho horse If the harness was bought here Our heavy harness especially It built so It will sot chafe or gall evei under the heaviest pull Use it am youll get more work out of yow horses Have less money to lay out for ointments and sore remedies too J C McCLARY Stanford Ky e PftOFESSMNAL AND S USWESS CAMS eg esssaaetrMINKS HOTEL Abe Minks Moreland PropKyNew Hotel Opposite Depot and Stable Special R ata to Traveling men Everything Brand New Single Rooms R M NEWLAND Representing The Mutual Benefit Llfe Insurance Ci The leading aaaiwl dividend Com pang Its distinction Is due to adher enco of successive managements to the prlndplr of mutuality W W BURGIN DENTIST Office at Residence CRAW ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON J Dentist Hours 85012 AM and 1 to 430 PM office Myers House flats Stanford K- yI DR W N cr AIG Oculist and Optician over II J McRoberts Store Stanford Ky PRESSED STAr DlNQ SEAM GALVANIZED ROOFING Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS TIN HOPStanfnt Phono 114 JOHN COOK- Veterinary Surgeon and dentist Sp t on all horse and animal dlteaM Stanford Ky Phone 191 WILL ADAMS Livery all kinds of hauling Furniture Sanford KyPhone 173 MASONS MEETING meetLincolnthird to stated Sionday nights of each trustat StAn 71- 0olock In theIr Hula 10nl Illy KY Invited JoIcmb4ou tobefpresenI T WroPen nlBRton Bee J J BELDEN or borne carriage and sign painting deco tirepap r hanging atw buggy I All kinds such as tops recovered curtains tndboot mild 8toponr Aldrldlca blllck mllhihop Writ Slain lit Mlaa Ky ihone2toe2 2SJ JBELDKX t lS N TILE TABLE No 21 Month I J tie P x N0 Y3 Houth 1045 A Y NOJ4 4ortb4i40A M No It North i4B T x Non toII A M NoSIOP Y JOS S RICE Agent Jrr IDRIVEN FROM HOME by firos fierce ravages what a con- Sort to the family to knoT their ito insurance policy will provide them with another Have us issue you one today so that you will be protect din case such at disaster happens to you Its worth the cost Just to know you are protected Fire insurance saves you from worry as well as runt W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 Fan AR Winter SnHin S My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your inspection They comprise the best on the market 1 ian suit any one 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 wade to measure ydocsnt cost any more than ready made when quality and fit Is considered Come Ija and le too takeyour moiiMirg ao liupley the PrwU9lTlUH Y EXTRA SIZE I We know the extreme Large J Men have trouble usually getting garmentsLarge Enough I Dime we feel we can better r please you than ever before We 4 11 I r tutlf+ run our suits to e Size 50 Trousers 52AlyNill t OVERALLS to 50 UNDER 1 h 1 1 II WEAR to 50 WORK SHIRTS ji- oht11 r And Dress Shirts I to 19 inch Collar 1 Extra Heavy Suspenders No 12 Shoes 7 58 hat and 34INCH 101 1 t 01 UMBRELLAS t7 y t Now say we havent BIG IDEAS CIand BIG CLOTHES H J McRoberts m PEE E JtfGL Penny R HrIce Cream Soda Water Phosphates 0 Grape Juice 1 And a Large List ofGenuine Thirst Quenchers At TOREtvfiu mB B Im m I LOeazley I Con Undertaken and Embalm n Also Dealers 1nFar mitare MaitinggBun I will exchange Furniture Wall Kinds of Stock titve Thetas Call Poe tjtigbt TARF9MD JUmTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer in and Mnaateetuier of Marble Moymente M rken and Pate Cemetery Bud l w i MoKinneyOHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Aug 29Sepf24 1910 A magnificent parade will take 3 hours to paw a given point willv mark the opening of the Ohio Valley Exposition Aug 29th 1910 Special low raica to Cincinnati 0 via the Q C route have been placed ID effect Ask ticket agent for partlcu Jwrii WrA l Ckle r aeneraJ Ialen ger Agent CtaclDoaW 0 r I W A TRIBBLE I Furniture and Undertaking A Day Phone 28 I Night Phone 183 Stanford Kentucky + i CONCRETING t 4 r ostesadaerieyeawork and mitrta altsadgetourprteebefore you bay your l n PHILLIPS EROS Stanford Ky 1If T When Hungry ti00 TO r1J Canons Restaurant Lancaster 8118 rMealsfleet place tu wn for a good quick meal Oooklog to unit our custoatenourspec laity Splendid new line lIet Coffee Sandwiohee OroeorlM Joflan07Jand Sweat milk etc wa A GAliaONpI a I C 1 f 3TUfefeDAY feRPTKMBBR 26 1910 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL 3 t Il4 Ii Dont Get Chilled To The Boner I These Cool Nights when one of our OUTING or WOOL NAP BLAFKETS will keep you so warm IWebegin at Mc for a pair of Outing Blankets and have all grades 200 and 250 for Wool Nap i j All Wool Blankets 300 to 000 perpair y 1k I LSEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky 1 There la anew line of 26c box pa j t Vera special values atennyd Drug ttero PERSONAL NOTES MlH Essie Burch visited friends in t f Crab Orchard last w fc j Mrs Will Hays visited Mnijlm fiewzley to Lancaster last week Mrc DetUe Maereof Liberty IB thu greet ef her daughters Mesdames Fad sad R B WllklBson varlungJhoaje IB Avgusla Kansas L Wearen Hughes of Memphis t epeat Sunday hero with his mother IJDII friends Mr Hughes is delighted with bis new home Mr and Mrs J H Uaugbman left Sunday for 8t Loafs Kansas City and other Western points for a two weeks tyMesdamct J 8 and JVW Baughtrwn t are is Owensboro attending the Sun t day School Convention of the Chris 0 Han cbufch Jtj Rev and Mrs Robert McMullcn of t Lebanon were guests of friends hero peer Sunday where Mr McMultcn preached at tho Presbyterian church Mr Manhuil Stone hm returned 110m tcn a tWoweeka vacation at t northern fecoru Mr Jack UrtRierctunp of Danville who has bees here a couple of weeks operating the I Js linotype while Mr Marshall Stone was on his vacation ku returned home Cashier J W Hntchcson of the titato Bank and Trust Company has TeBttd thtt Mahony residency on Dan yljle a cBUC CcuJlleb l ow sauf ey amy family and will movedre with his family from brodhcad Mr and and family will make their with his mother Mrs Sal jle 8ajfiey Mrs R M logan of Wllmore pent a few days with her mother Mrs Sal il fauTlcyMlsViuclnda Lutes has lteeu mak vg a plearant visit to friends at Win chester The Current Evenls Club will meet with Mr 0 O Perry on Thumtlny afternoon at 2 30 oclock spentjSunday atUleMrs Bessie Hardin spent last week In LouisvilleMrs Perry and Bottle Perry spent Saturday and Sunday In Rich aibud the guest of friends MllllfJoaePhlnfIU1d Nell Warren oa for Oa to visit their aunt Mre bIkin or a brief visit then they go Cue Springs where they teach In the school for the deafWilliam J uilcaore of Danville and Miss Margaret Poynter one of Pulau kl countys most attractive young women were married last week at the home ofsUio bridegrooms cousin Mrs B BoUbltt of Somerset the cere mony being performed by Rev Sheppard pastor ot the Methodist church Tho ladles Society or the Presby terian church will meet Friday afternoon at 2 chock with Mrs Geo D hopper Tho subject or discussion will be Japan A full attendance Is rMTUestod Rev and Mm J J Dickey will leave for Harrodfburg tomorrow to attend the Kentucky Annual Conference They will be the guests of Miss Mina McClure Mr and Mrs Forestus Reid and family have returned to their town home in Danvlllu for the winter mon ths McMillan In of Hadford Pa his been here for several days the guest of bis j arent Mr and Mrs W J Rankin Jon 10 MrRobcrls the popular Lie N representative at Carapbcllsville Is here his old bome fpm a short visit Ram Robinson who has been quite III with typhoid fever was able to get down to hit store this morning Mr Jo dwln Booth of Chattanooga Tenn Is spending a few days with EllenlIOt1O liuifalo N Y and Nlngura Falls I ExPJjlIUlon I In the town of Crab Orchard on Sat- urdayt October lit 1910 1 will offer for sale at public outcry the Dr Price t slororom and lot near the depot at j L 30 p1u Terms Onehalf cash and the re malnder in one and two years 1 J P CHANDLER nGetAcquainted Now If yoU have not been wea- ringHartSchafhaer i Marx ClothesI- tI is pretty certain that you have tkought about the matter at some time or orther and you will never have a better chance to get ac 4 quainted with the best in mens clothes than right now at this store i Why buy iwaething Just as Good when the genuine costs you NO MORE J Cummins Wearers fSTANFORD KENTUCKY I j It r kit n It Is Your Move We have been busy for the last three months getting together a stock of Dry Goods Carpets Suits Cloaks Blankets and Shoes that we believe will please pur customers In our enthusiasm for quality and style we have not forgotten that the price plays an 1m portant part We bought our goods right and bought them to sell therefore the reasonable price prevails here Come and look 11 MrjJSaulley SHORT LOCAL NEWS Carload of tiling at W ILHIgglns 0 For 601lc22 1100lb feeders nice ones Dr Hugh Reid 692 o Duff Orpblngt n cockerels for pale C C Withers 64 hoerIeFor Bale Good eight room house with lot and garden and all necessary outbuildings Also coal bins and store bulUlng with good stock of goods Terms reasonable Call or write to Mrs J Co Napier Rowland Ky for partJculant W li Hlsclns has a new line of pocket and table cutlery Keen Kut trHfry It Rev J B Jones Bellevue preach DapUlltlag He Is an eloquent and earnest young divine and it is understood that the congregation is considering call- Ing him to the pastorate How IB this fora bargain ICO acres of land situated In a good com schoolsNowtry and ball large tarn 10 stalls and shed buggy house hen house etc Place well watered cistern at door fencing good and buildings all new All this farm can be cultivated and Rood latU Price 405 per acre Stanford Real Estate Company Mr James G iJBaspurchased of Joe Nevlus the cottage on Logan Avenue occupied by Dr W Craig and family The prlcewas 1800 Tobaccogrowers find coke an ideal fuel for drying tobacco Write br phone us Danville Ky Gas Light Company 6W The Sun Brothers r bigcircus shows at Lancaster tomorrow Many will go aver from here to see It LOHt gold bracelet Reward for return to tSls office The must reliable system renovator restores vitality regulates the kid neys and system Recommended by yoUr druggist as the best Bush as Holiaterh Rocky Mountln Tea 35c Tea or Tablets Bhugnrs hnd Tanner PUBLIC SALE We the heirs bf J L Fagaly will offer for sale 5 miles east of Waynes burg near O ftonThursday Sept 22 1910 r ginning at 9 A M the following ar ticle 3 pair work mules 2 milk cows 5 bogs 1 good binder 1 mowing ma chine 1 hay rake 2 jolt wagons 1 buggy 1 grain drill 1 horse tiny fork 1 set of blacksmith tools 1 set car pentern tools 1 elder press plows Uixrrowp etc 10 acres of corn winter squarepianoen lurnture nlso other articles too numerous to mention Terms of sale Cash We will also offer for sale two farms 1 of CO acres the other 80 acres 1n good condition 1 new Broom house 1 40X40 barn also wagon shed 2 corn cribs and other outbuildings- All claims against the estate of J L Fagaly deceased must be presented properly proven to W L Fagaly W rne bu2 Ky I THE J L FAGALY HEIRS I Delinquent school taxes not paid by Out 1 will be advertised L R Hughes treasurer 572t James Cash the progressive Turners vllle merchant has bought the store of Lutes Bros there and will merge with his making a larger establish uent Rev J T Chastecn has just con eluded a good meeUng at the Harris Creek rbiptlst Church near Mllledgtr vllle He baptized four converts there last week I Commonwealths Attorney A Hardin was hero Monday making Borne preliminary arrangements lot the trial of Shay Pellman the Negro at the special term of court which will ronveae here next IveJa Mr liar din has nothing to say on the subject himself now but his closu Triads sny le will shortly nnnoance na p candl4 date fcr the democratic nnninatlori for jtnJge In this district Wallace Singleton and several oth era say they saw a large flying machine pass near the city Friday even ii g about 7 oclock Dontforget the- mi sale of Mrs Sallie I Saufley next Saturday 24th at 2 P M Some handsome old fashioned furniture etc will be disposed of Ref W C Grlimwatorierly pass tor here church Sunday 50 land 5 rroomboxed cot tage good barn blacksmith shop all other necessary outbuildings welt watered and fenced close to church and school Price only 11 00 Stanford Real Estate Comp- anyNervous I was very nervous rritts Mrs Mollie Mine of CarrsvlUe Ky haa palpitation of the heart an was Irregular MrsHattietles of Caid l and it did me more good than any medicine I ever teok I am 44 years old and the change has not left me l am lots better since taking CarduL ARDUI Cardui is advertised and sold by its loving friends advisedMrshad herself been cured of byCardulCardui would do If Cardui cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse surely will cure you loo Wont you try it Please do OOOSEE OUR LINE OF t tit II HEATINGwT I lot 1 t 14 r ro r I STOVES I ETCJ T If j r It W fStanford 0 wi r+ t Lr+ 1 4s dlt fr t t + 4 1 A w t 9 1 f v New Kid Gloves x i 0 We have secured the agency for Eskay Kid Gloves We have ftolors and Sizes at 100 and 160 The quality is excellent All gloves fitted It f i tI 1 t J It Tho tax books for 1910 are now ready SetUe now and avoid the rush and contusion of waiting until the laet day W 1 McCarty Sheriff 0 Lost ladles coat on Lancaster pike Return to this office and receive re ward f0 For Sale The boufie on East Main street known as the Fenniagton place Apply to TW Fennington For Bale Fine black road mare 4 tau old stiuidard registered A IL I Drown Danville The meetingthe Wo mans Christian Temperance Union will bo held in Danville next Thursday and Friday Mrs W A Price of Lancaster wilt respond to the address of welcomqX LostPetok containing i2 in cah and other articles Finder may keep money it will return pocketbook This office nextSundayat Neals Creek Sunday school which addressesverybodyInvitedr I shell teach my usual class of art myhomooil water colors pastel and china painting Charlotte L Warren 5JJ tt1CrvtltWQOdhas been forced to resign because be played ball with the boys Saturday afternoon t Skin And Troubles IemoO 4 Yield to A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL USE Pennys drug store Is c6 confident that ZEMO will rid the skin or scalp of infantor grown person of plio plcs blackheads dandruff eczema prickly heat rashes hives Ivy POi son or any other form of skin or scalp eruption that they will give your money back If you are not en tirely satisfied with the results ob tained from ZEMO The first application will give prompt relief and show an improvement and in every Instance where used persistently will destroy then germ life leaving the skin In a clean healthy condition Iet us show you proof of some remarkable cures made by ZBMO ands give you a 32 page booklet how to preserve the skin Pennys Drug- Store Chamberlains wnic 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 unnatural looseness of the bowels Jk Is equally valuable for children and adults It always cures Bold by Pen 7b5 Drug Store The Fagaly helm will hav a big ot farm utock and Implements land household Thursday goods near Wlq i Ow T DONT EXPERIMENT 1 Buy the boy a pair ofr GOOD SHOES FOR BAD BOYS They are not bad for goodtJ l y boys It opC w I I I J W E PERKINS r- CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY II f 1L B Hughes T W Humble t W O Martini New Line Of Novelties j We have just received a newline of pretty uptodate novelties in Neckwear Au to Sqarislarge brilliant h If pins Jabots patent atIandPersian belts in handsome colors Also beautiful line of handbags all sizes and prices from 50cto5 Call and see us before buying HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes Yty I l H II1II h t J of wiw 1 M J UTCH UP SIX JIORLEIGH I DIAMOND BATTERIES WIth our quick action connector as shown above and you produce the but Ignition spark Batteries last longer II worked In multiples Norlelgh Diamond Batteries have a moisture space that is so protected that they do not dry out like others and are less affected by1 cold than others Batteries registering sixteen amperes produce a perfect 4 ignition spark Norlelgh Diamond Batteries range from seventeen to twenty amperes To make them stronger Uura twenty amperes is an excessive charge thatflooo exhausts itself FOR SALE BY GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD KYV d J4 T W r flSepternber 28 1910I V t 1 will offer Tor sale on the premises my highly improved tv 212 ACRE FARM n t r oin the best of pikes 5 miles from each Danville and Lancaster 17ffacresTlilablo land r 754ofwhlca Is best tobacco land i ZS acrbs of well timbered riverside land err 1S Jai7indlcaUons are second to none and If mlnedlrafi ld pay ccost of land f s THE DWELLING oiie of the best In tho country Is a dine room modern built li usei heated by furnace nnd well finished It is noted for its beautiful = healthy location good neighbor hood and close proximity to best schools and churches in the Stat e There are three good tenant ho uses a l acre tobacco barn with excellent basenicnt tor stock 36x134 feet Considering location buildings quality land etc no more de Arable farm homo has been placed upon the market JAMES OTTER Danville Ky i r ItAbout That t New Suit IKy Just Received a Big i i Line IU i IIU 1 to 4itkCook Annnal Sale FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30th f martJtf+dyEvery one of these Jennets should be kept in Kentuckyi Jew Fe PQK BcCOa IeintonKy i pqF Hiving decided 16 Slvo up farming eaiaccount of poor nealtb I will oh Wednesday Dept JlsjEy 1910 offeptfor idle at IUbllc outcry at my farui abdi t threeLmlleB sleuth bf Shelby 1t1on the tlpgtonvlllo and Dauvlll turf Ike near Bowen at iO oclock a B 4yy be following described property u o ujllk cdws four 2jcaroid belt ers one goodbull olio brood inure oeej earlingfilly two mowing Wa BlBM hay rake new two borae- k wasifl eight 15Upoun bogs one frugtr fltimo good Jay and many Qthor ar I4tuo numerous to rentlou T L P COFFMAK iA4 AuetjoJ P tJIurnller 1 Ityi lirj anything to sell in tho STOCK 11 1 I Uao StociicYards N M i t J vw liHf Ji iCJiji Sunday Bringor fI1 itnr Beet ticket iu t1 9ita with plntyof 11STfP Jll L Small welt mpfoved farm outsldi pj town limits between Stanford an Rowland containing 2512 acrea goo house outhouses new barn fin young orchard water at housg ant barn Would makea good tfAfry o track faro for right man I also have teraiof 104 acres of un Improved land situated on Dix river and county road This land Is all In grass except 16 acres which Js la cult ovation This land will grow tine to bacco or corn and has some fine tim ber on it WIn sell cheap and mak terms to suit the purchaser or wll trade town property For l rltnatlba writs canoe at Row land Frank Cordler i THE FARMERSi L For letJood tow with calf two weeks old J U JanIs R F D No 1 Plaits ulaehole wheat drill good as new For sale chbap W P Logan FOR BALENlce young Jersey milk cow J S Turpln Stanford Ky C72t Good pony for sale has been driven by children H U Baughmaa Let nio Insure your barns and tobacco W A Trlbble f or of acre acred1lormainder for grazing Tire George Logan Stanford Ky I For SaleA well Improved farm 020 acres near Mt Salem household and kitchen furniture stock ant I farming tools P Ht Woodsoaj Mt Salem Ky 4923 For SaloSow and V pigs R I Berry Huatonvlllb Wanted cattle to graze 70 acres of Husltoovl11eFor Salo High grade Southdown ram lambs Flsbernnd Renick cross IorelandiKWanted =To buy a place of 75 to 100 liens in Lincoln county one hav lag Improvements Address P O Box 65 Stanford Ky of77IFOR SALE HEAP= Tract acres 3J4 miles from Crab Orchard Adotdressror SaleTwo sown 18 shoats 55I stock hogs John Cook Stanford For SaleA taw thoroughbred Du roc Jersey boag pig April farrow Price reasonable T J Durham Crab Orchard Phone 131 598 I S Tevis has sold his fine Jack colt Limestone DOT aged two months for the sum of 1000 This colt has attracted wide attention He wan sold 1o Messrs Wm T Robin son and Jas T Knox of Doyle Lime stone Boy is out of Lady of Limestone the jennet for which Mr Tevls paId 1000- Eatray suckling horse celt bay with white In forehead Is at Lame of a prominent farmer OUcrC81i get same by paying keep and this ad cr tlsemenL f Lightning destroyed Col D L 0reaflno stock barn in Mercer Alnday killing a couple of tinehorses valued at 12000 Mnd another valued At glVOO Tho ttai ks la JlOOOO oooc r 1 I er I I I t r I 1 r I Na + ARNtes I Tbttiwher proflUar p nljior bat ion canDOt ht kyle wilt potuirtlr oat the worry eel a oolr mt shp T j i endu an- ata e UI Na eo- rb oMpt dy- A I4LI OltTtUoa1 I1 iabVet INlka I aISljlnH LE O jZEjtMlStertlagKysaysz1 + fvbaVe suffered with kidney mad bUMer trouble jAst March I cpmrneuiyxl using Perans and continued for threo months I have not used it since nor have I felt a paiR H Mv Herndon pf the Shelby City neighborhood has purchased a farm lu Uraut county ot 3t Q acres at fGI an acre It was 6900 thut Mr Frank Smith received for his tine farui In the coun try from R R Fitzgerald of Russell county Va and not 12900 ns stated last Issue The placo contains 80 acres Vijj sTI RWd TIMES wo are having latlxj bulldlug line We carry full line of lime plaster cement find everything Qtie needed for building EveothlnR purchased tore will be found or the best Quali ty and the best tor Intended purposes Wo will save you trouble sad uanocw fcnry expense by sending to us tee an estimateJ ALLEN SUnfenl Ky II li We Have Season I u il The Ho0sierBnllfii I WiiK AH hTw Latest Improvements 4 I We can make it to your ii I interestto pay us a Ii- FARMERSTRf id This if VM Havt UMHI e- r sJ l WontM LsabrMer la d tb roeranlmatratroaworm ciMa to In TblwonderworkIteafemd Ry eiaaclN r Jence Bros fertenyenpst a This PYfI C I bepectallyten good cash your Horse Sheep and Hop good condition lr- oasAtifYET This wonder working medicated salt ia to feed and coats but Itputstheanimaleaatomachednd so that every particle of food la digested and assimilated 3 tV pcaitivelyA rtBeeC11n1u4 Stanford Kentucky w- iIip r j Watch that f rfh3f I 5u tItl F t v t I ff I Baltimore Made the Home cf Ui Good Clothes t 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 SAM ROBINSON I Stanford Ky PUBLIC SALEM Of a Large Blue Crass Farm STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS- I win sell my place of 731 acres NlcholasvllleKYTHURSDAY SEPT 22 1910 This place will be cut Into twelve tracts with threw tracta rosctvedt on which IB tho Patton house as tel lowsTract No 1 contains 50 acres on which Is a good spring No con tarns cr acres and is watered by pond No 3 contains GO acres extra orupNoaud 10 acres of tobacco land No 5 contains CR acres haa line water and on this plot Is a seven room brick house good dry cellar fourstall stable and all other necessary outbuildings No 6 contains 12 acres and IK In blue grass and IUIA fine wa UT No 7 contains 4R acres tine spring water No 8 contains 26 acres and has tine spring water No 9 contains 22 acres and has good running water No 10 contains 40 acres and haD good pond No 1l contains Sal acres tine running water from V ndov ra spring 40 acres In bluegrass No 12 contaltu 124 acres and Is suitable for buy crop and lays well water conveniences unsurpassed about half ot this tract Is in bluo gross and clover and on this tract is one of the best tobacco and stock barns In Josnamlno county servant quarters perfect good coal house buggy house hen house smoke house Dj hnrdt garden bed of strawberries and grape arbor No 12 Is one of the JDQ t desirable places to live In tho whole county and has every Im provement school church and rail road close and on the prospective Interurban line to Illchond These tracts will be sold as a whole In order named and then r v said as follows Tracts No1 2 and 1 a whole tract No 4 as a whole tragta No 1 2 3 and 4 as a whole tracts 8 9 and 10 as a whole and tracts No Jl and 12 the home place separately thpn all of the tracts with the execution pf 6 6111 ad 12 will bo sold as a whole A twentyfoot road touches each tract tM land Ev erybody Is invited to Inspect this farm aud crops Possession for teed Ing purposes gives at once jach- tract of land will IN surveyed by the county surveyor TERMS ON LAKD Onehalf cash balance In two aad three yearn wIth Interest on deferral payments at 6 per cent per S MMINI STOCK AND AftM IMPLEMENTSI- OO8outhdOw ia breed aar t mare with milt tatalde tyerk horses 2 youaf IJJtnga p11we har rows wheat dri wiltivators double shovels roller tfv TERMS Uader 10 cash over that amount 4Xths time good note be isjuiillpeWeat Interest Stock end e tswnI be sold ILt tim hom4 11M9VAt 10 a m and land sale wn on tract No 1- In the roar faMUIRvJIIMNITVC RouUkL NIcholMyHle Ky- Both Phones PULICALE Having decided to quit farming I- will otter for sale at my home two miles from Stanford oa the Huston Wo pike on P Holds farm known as- the Will Hays place OB Saturday Oct lilt 1910 ny personal property cons slating of toc1tfRrmlag implements two brood mares one pair 4yearold torses one 3yearold horse two J ycarold fifties four milk cows twO With calves ode Jersey heifer ono Wlr 4yearoIdt mare mUles i 23 good parllng cattle 30sOQd bogs Arming Implements consltlng of wagons plows harrows binder mow Pie rakes one lightning hay press lit good repair and other Wings too nhnlerpuetederation Sale begins at 9 a m Terms made xtiown on dky orale d v At same time Mr F nld will die- pone bf a number of nice young wres lilt 1fIYERS f- nlJ p Chandler Auct Cincinnati Sept 19 CattleKo olpU 333C market slow 10lSc lower talc to good shippers J577common 2253S5 Hogs Receipts 3 tJltli market slow 1Q 20c lower butchers and 9C5975r CClARIOtl 6fdAZ5 SheepUecolnts 122 i gS2fUO Market strong i35071G PUBLIC NLL kJ7J y- On Recount of falling health I will sell at public auction at my tarn sear McKlnoy Kentucky THURSDAY SEPT 29 1910 of tho very best bred tiohiefl Jacks Jennets and mule colUlH Kentucky consisting of- THEWARFIELD This otalllon hut proven hlmsolf ono of the bet reedeni la Kentucky nnd IK a very fine Individual I POWHATAN Will nuo bo sold Ho Is a See brcder an oxvollcnt individual and show horse f I Ono 3yearold Peavla stallion a tine Individual and well broken One yearling Peuvlne stallion a bluerib bon winner nod a1 handsome colt Five nice brod marc and oIIa by Sid I nnd as handsome as von bdall by Tho Worlleld four brood mares all ute In foal to jack one 4 year bid harness mare very tine two 4 yearold harness horses one f 3year old harn Mip horse very fine One 2 yfiarold harness mare very fine ono Jyoarold harness mare very1 iae three 2yearold harness geMlngs two yearling flllle very 8aeMAlt of thin young stuff Is by The rVarfleld and out of tho very host bred Mires such as O F Clay Gambettla Wilkes Naboth Dignity Dare and IM Kim bol etc Two yearold Pea vine miles stood ons two nice 4yearold Jacks blaclc with white poInt and the best Itroko jack In Kentucky one 4yearold Jcanet lack colt by aide Lot of other Jenets all bred to good Jacks Five nice snare mutes tine workers and strictly good one pair splendid horso rntiIesxweHo broke and young one strictly Roodyearling mare mule ouo yearling horse mule one muler colt six r 1eBdid fcedlag cattle 8 spleadldbtttchef WIrers Thlaj Klrlflt some of Urts best HtVclU6liidhatlt611 ben olrer dI i r6rYalb Iea longtlufball bred up to- t1ietop Terms of sale will be made known on day of Mien r J I SMSCott P CliskdidAdkkfN J JII L IIary Undimak r and Embalmer HVAWWRD KY aPhoaOI tllom P beiiaW j3ID QA1fTERt Depot Streit STAN FOitDK3NTGCKYa X J Oi1TftOwEiiltf411 dM IJ1lurqlbba uItIlGnkk best as wen MI UI4I rMWnoteutflowarvpuHti ef- all kind balbt potted flower on hart nkeaepeQaltelwresltkstor JB oonueotlop with the above I have k1J1It1S1t1naltl on uiIITJJM9t le prices OUnISTMAN ORPEN JlOU8IJS JDUUIUIARPrlliea stanfrd1CT For Bale Nice residence on Mala street In Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large enough foraaothwbtUW tug lot All itfcessaryoatbulkilngs BverythlBg lngeed repalrr = ii riee 12750 A bargain see L It Hughes J