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THE VOLUME XXXVIL HTANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTV, KENTUCKY, TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS "Hop Joints" Hard Hit OF LINCOLN COUNTY c, the undersigned citizens nnd BOYLE OPERATORS COUNTY tobacco growers of Lincoln county, HEAVILY FINED AND JAILED TULSDAY, Journal. 8EPTEMBER 20, 1910 No. 68 DEMOCRATS MEET AT SOMERSET THURSDAY Dreamed of Death FORMER A Notice of Election DOY PICTURE 1 PEDDLER PRIZE SPRINTER. eagle-eved INDEPENDENT OR HIOHCLASS RE hcllevlnc that the tobacco question Is 0n ths charge of conducting dls- In serious condition, nnd feeling that PUBLICAN MAY BE NAMED orderly houses and operating nulsan- , II would be to tho best Interest of, AGAINST POWERS. ctH Uu) ,.nop Jont-- ktopcr8 ,n oy0 Lincoln county for us to meet to-- l lmv,. Iwgun to feel tbe stern hand of discuss the situation, the law, four offenders last wek Lay- Tli0 democrat of tho Eleventh Con-- ' gether and nnd Jail grcsslonnl district will meet at Homer among 'ourselves, we hereby rc-- ( C"ntcncM fined n total of 12.000 years, negating three set Thursday to nominate a candidate quest every ono Interested In thot dislrlbtitcd among them as follows: J for Congress against Caleb Powers nrlco of tobacco and values of land toi K Hnrluwood was fined 11,000 and oar County conventions were held Satur meet with us nt tho court house at nnd given n Jail sentence of one j son by the Jury Clarenco Haxlewood, . day The Pulaaul delegates are In- Slanfon Saturday, Sept. !4th, at l.JO of tno nl)OVO ,enjftnt, un,i ho WBs In partnership wiin mm tor a snor structed for Virgil P. Smith, but most p. m. Pleflgo try and.glvo this meeting while, was also fned $250. ol tin othi.T go u instructed. Tho n,i mv nid..l Tommy Longo son of a wealthy IrtiltIn many D1.HWUK ,M,..n sentiment seen.s to n nanvllla who Is a bnlsections that an Independent or even a fen hours of work to attend IL loonlst nnd"proresslonalIy" known as republican of the "Tommy Krnxo," was fined $1,000 and a (Signed) ' given a Jail sentence of one year The clasp should be nominated so Clarence K. Tate, above Indictments were returned at as to attract as inany of the Edwards Ben. R. L. Hubble, ll'o April term of the Boyle circuitsupporters as possible. '. J. D. Bads. coutt and were tried undfcr the com' A great many of the IMwardn men mon law, which alldws the Jury to fix Dare. Lynn, the punishment are very gorG. 8oveal of the Icttdlng Den Bryant, ' republican papers of the district rail J. W. Williams, tho nomination of Towers a calaulty Eubank W. J. Holtrtlaw, to- tho republican party of more than 11. F. Cain, consequence Tno London Echo local D. H. Adams. says. The friends of Powers aro In Carl V.inlicok nnd family, of IndiO. P. Newland, tho ascendance; they have gained the ana, started home on the excursion C. C. Withers, day, but at a terrlbto cost, spenttbelr Sunday morning. Dr. J. Q. Carpenter, money, some hare even perjured them-nlreMrs. Kva Reynolds Is very 111 at this 8. J. Enibry, yet they aro victorious. They writing. havo olected their Idol, but they have Joe Embfy, John Acton's mother died very sudutiles all signs fall, encompassed tho 58 K. T. Pence, Sr. denly Saturday nlghL Ilennett, of the defeat of Congressman I Ninth, nnd Langlcy, of the Tenth Ken.John Wnrrcn. who has been working tucky districts Caleb Powers will be CpT Pone Ifl 1 -u 9 inl Onnvllle, returned home Sunday to the sole republican representative In ray& nd lho day wl(h Na famlIy nd will Congress from Kentucky, I .Mrs. Sarah Onseon nnd daughter. hare to contend with a demcrratic Congress, lie has Indeed set hlmsolf LINCOLN OIL COMPANY WINDS gopj,,,, haVe come u, nubanks to have l hard task. UP ITS' AFFAIRS. .Sopha'a hand treated for a cancer. County Outlook, And the Wayne fl" "cho01 thl" Weare7w7 In MontlcolJ paper says; unotner strong Edwards W II. H. Hamm and A Prophecy. last week, winding up the affairs of- fall aL Eubanka. In our humble Judgement this nomi- Lincoln Oil, (las and Mineral Com- Miss Belle Sllar are the teachers, e nation Is tho hardest blow tho Repub- psny, which owned four oil wells Inl Tj,e ynung folks are having a . .,.,. , ,, county. They were sold to'. lican party of Kentucky has received u .. "" '" " since the killing of floebel, and It John White of that section for $2,500 mean that Kentucky will be repre- fim the business of the corporation , "ay night. sented In the next Congress by ten will be liquidated. Kacn atocKnoiuer irs .May uusseii ig aoie 10 gei out per Sent, on.UIS aftPr a lonir snell of sickness. democrats and one republican, Caleb nlll recehe 10 It further stock, which Is much better than some will 1ms alono In his glory folks are improving Mr meant that the democrats of Kentucky OI ino Oil companies mcu iiuiiiieu.-- i bo for o them for hero like a green bay tree during the,"vly with fever. There are four of will sweep everything years to come oil boom uays several yenrs ago, wiu.wrin uuwu. Lutest returns show that Powers pay out. IMrj. Sallle Oourley Is rcoverlng over won by u llttla over 10,000 majority of sickness. and oomcled figures show that he Dr. T. J. Acton made a trip to Wll- Post earned every county In the district more last week. except Pulaski, even gcttjng Edwards' own county of Laurel by 14 majority. BY CHAMPIONED STILL PLAN Pleasant Point JUDGE MENEFEE high-class LINCOLN COUNTY DIES IN INDIANA Regular tern Lincoln ounty Court held SetUth 1910, Hon. James P. Balleyjl.'res.fdjng. In the matter of the petition of the King's Mountain Graded school Dis !. ... antl-rower- s' n.. , -n. 1 - i lap was mado-ul- l tho And It appearing to tho court that,0"' of. said petitions or legal white , on entering Baughman & Coa hay III noon voteriAnnd residence of the tax pay-- , barn. Tho Dan Patch man had reach-JiVtBesides n father and mother ho Is the rear of this by two brothers, James II survived Blankenslilp, of Indianapolis, and Ulck a town In the Vaynesht.rg"snment and ns preparing for a of Crawordsville, leap when .Meek's Intercepted nll V. Hlunkf-nahlp- . District No :i, and It nnd thre sisters. Mrs. B. B. Wicks, pearlng that a majority of the trustees .him and told him ho would shoot If ho and Mrs. W B. Collins, or Crawfords' In said graded school district have con attempted to leap. Having arrested vllle, and Mrs. L. B. Dlsher of Rock sented to the additional lety of twenty hi man, the blue coat with, the wily .s . ville When )oung Mr. Blankenshlp nm n.l hni'n Anrlnrofl tholr repaired Immediately to learned the printcr'6 trade and worked cSnsent by signing said petition and It. . a L. t In local print shops for several years uaiunu O ntn. lurir.or apppanns iuui n ..!.. J nuiBic- - Judge Menefee's court, where the man scantily attired was granted a respite tiin Sunt of common scnoois in roln rountv hns consented to said levy ot CO minutes to clear the town llraita! Middleburg. and has endorsed his consent in writ- Whereupon he beat a hasty retreat, ing upon said petition as provided by law, and this day tho jald petl.lon ap- . thanking the Judge and telling him Farming' are cutting and housing peared- In open court sufficient adis-ed- that he would have 17 mlnutej to spare. tobacco as fa&t as It ripens nnd the It is noV ordered and adjudged that weather permits Worms are making Weary and foot sore because of his is nereDy quite conspicuous themselves and W. L. McCarty be nnd he alloys mrdered and directed to cause a poll, Jaunt through the giving mucn irouMe. Notwithstanding the "torrldlty to be opened In the town of King's and graveled railways the vlsltortiado campalen Mountain. Ky.. and tlie election w oe a fond adieu to friend and foe for bav of tne there came near being frost here this held on the 2&th, day of Oct. 1910, be- y in? learned that the way of the transing more than forty days after the Friday moraine. gressor is hard. of thlb order to lake th0 sense ot Diphtheria Is worrying some of the He told Judge Menefee that he was whltn voters In said graded - fho loff-- il little fdlks here about Ed, the litUt son of U R. Jones Is down with school district whether there shall be a tMrd year medlcal student In Vaa- U0) the disease, and there are other cases an additional levy ot twentyuuuum derblle. onntu nn each one nunurea as Yosmlti. Be assess Jason .Coffey ,and wife, Yosemtt, unrih nf tAYnhln Drooerty district beAN OLD FIDDLE are rejoicing over the arrival of a ed In said graded school and corUtile girl at their house. The event longing to the whlto voters of mainMiss Dorcas Levis, wno resides porations for the purposo took place Tuesday. school dis- near Turnersvllle, owns an old violin, The Modem Comedy Co., held taining a graded common of erecting for the purpose forth at the Colored school house at trict andbuilding therefore as prezcrlb which waajnade in 1617 and therefore Speaking Dates suitahle la almost 300yeanr old. Col. J. R. Yosemlte two nights bt last week. law. Police Judge John N Mcncfee, Jr., Sheriff W jT. Brown and his dep ed by the common school Podds, of Danville, who used to live The revival wh:c advocacy of nas been In Aloseji Overstreet, arrested COUNTY cum" near putting hitcertalu offend progress at the Baptist church for uty, IN Clerk Lincoln County In Lincoln county, borrowed this 'vioAT THREE POINTS G thn whluuInK post for Bradley RvTeet at the head of Hattles &''- - lin when ARRANGED BY MR. HELM. the Cincinnati Southern railers Into the active test Monday, but three weeks, closed Monday night Lrek .Monday and took Jilm to Lib CouiL way was under construction about 35 with 43 additions to the church. A erty, on a rnarge or having disturbed last minute. HarVey Helm Is mak- was balked at the Congressman son of number were restored and tho Francis, years ago and the late William Hoa-kling a vigorous campaign oer the. dis- Henry Francis, the before him charg- greatly benefited In overy way. church Jcbn Willie Black and Wfe. Paper was About , Missouri llev. William Lee Popham, of Louisoften charmed the early officials reelection, and Intends to trict for ed with having bepn drunk and dis- 300 were present at the baptismal vllle, arrved here" Saturday to conby Ms renditions on this wonderfulleave no stone unturned to acquaint orderly ou Sunday. He was arrested scene on Sunday evening- Bap. duct protracted services at the MEETING ly sweet-toueinstrument the voters with the Issues of the race, by officer Meeks Rev Wright will be pastor at the tlst church. He. will deliver his TELLS OF SPLENDID NEAR KING'S MOUNTAIN. lie Is putting th,, question of endorseJudge Mencfeo told the boy's father Methodlit church this year. We re- - noted lecture, "King of Crimp," to NOTICE. ment of the robber tariff which is t to give up Bro. line would remit tfco fine If be Maryvllle. Mo.) raising the price of the necessities pf that b take the lad out and under the has been with us two years.card, who men only Sunday afternoon at four (Democrat-Forum- , Thursday highly recouj. He comes In the district court of the United opponent, nnd as would dclock. lite dally, up to his llev. W. J. Ward returned our court give him a good Curtis. Is near States for the Eastern district ol Col. Ewell has raoro than once en- eyes of the first Mr. Francis seem laying rural carrier, Keubenhay fever, mended as a preacher and his from Lincoln county, Kentucky, At off on account of will likely be Interesting. law, he has fi.iinir dorsed the King's Mountain, where he heldpas-a Kentucky, in the .matter of Clarence accept the proposition Hpwever, his substitute answers the ed Inclined to Rev. Popham's meeting at the Bap very successul meeting. He "as do loophole. Slpple, Bankrupt. ' Congressman Helm will speak at but backed down, and would not agree purpr.se Just as well. twenty year .ago J, By tist church next week will likely- be .Mr, and Mrs. Robert Disbon are vis tbe most Interesting ever hld here tor of this church virtue of an order entered by J. ifcKlnncy, Wednesday evenly at 7 U IL Southern Baptist While attending the Notice of "Sale on Bankruptcy. iting relativee in Georgetown.! and every one should avail themselves theological seminary of "Ille. o'clock, at Waynesburg, Saturday NOTICE Miss Neeta Murphy Is yrlth her sis qf the- - opportunity of attending. He added to the N. Saunder, referee In tbe aboro afternoon at 3 o'clock and at Klug's There were fifty-fou- r case, I, as trustee of same, ter at Ottenhelm. j. styled comes rccumuitruueu uj bui:u uieu ua church, forty-threMountain that night at 7 o'clock. of them for, United Saturday the 2L'nd dty of Austin, of Highland, was Rev. J. M. Weaver, in UiMdlstrictcCOitrt-otth- e of Louisville, Everyone living of these are men will oa Twent)-nlnA. ('Invited to.CQnv.puV.4nd hearUke ijUKs for Ihe. Eastern district of Ken- visiting Mrs. W. M. Murphy. Sunday whose endorsement means some ahd all except six of them are oung Octpber 10 o D., 1910, between tho clock a. si. and 3 o clock Miss Kva Skldmore has been suf- thing. hpurs o' rfiw doctrla of Msmocracy, which tucky. country In the maturof William W White fering with tonstlltls. Miss Delia Arnold, of Lancaster, "'The power of the Holy Spirit was p.m. on the premises being 52 acres, eais destined to sweep the starting meet,Mrs. LoiJaa, lpgleton was visiting visited her cousin, Mrs. W. T, Dye last Btanrord, Ky:. Sept. 13. I'JIO. A ffoni stem to stern this year, biaulfest In convicting power, arm of farm land, situated in Lincoln above nam here .., lAst week "wttU the rock ribbed repnb ing" of the creditors of lho nfany were still seeklug salvation county, Kentucky, on the waters of, week Miss Melissa Padgett has been the , ed A'bci has been hujuagea ubiikiuiu W O Bryant has the material on closed. It was a river, adjoining the Denham llcau State of Maine. the w 111 be bcid the office of referee In guests of her coutn,s at; Georgetown. tli ground far the erection of a neat when Joy' meetingpreacher's heart to Green gleat to the farm, and lying near the poafoSce or Ky- - on the 30th. day of SepL AloniQ Padgett bouht oji fl. W dwelling on ibp lot near his store. Stanford. see the poweriut wonting oi Jumbo, Kentucky, expose to public Store 1J10. at 9 oclook a. in., to electa trus- Leach one raute'aUa fancy price. They sa) that his dwelling Is to be a people. among tho ctat of said bankrupt, On Thursday Jhe 12nd thj Fagaley cmzb for a bird that Mr. Bryant has Lord churchthe grown In numerical sale to the highest and best bidder, tee for has s The for cash in baud, the above described and fof the transaction of other bus!-nis- holrs will lave a public sola five Lbcen trapping for some time. strength and spiritual power In these tract or parcei ot land, together with, as may come before tho meeting. n.iles east of Waynesburg. Tjhey OF LAND -- AND" BUCHANAN AT Dy Rev- - Aj They are Ufo decade. ROWLAND, BURNS DOWN. Corapli with: Se, R" r the bauKtnpt - will o to Hood Rlvor. Oregon, to q. Cokdr, a ven companionable and nineteen acres of land adjoining same, COMING BACK HOME SOON f mnwrninc nroof of claims, other- mnko their future .home. by Clarence J. Slpple, tho h.irimi man of God. Rev, Ward now owtledabove named, "and also and Buchvour claim cannot bo allowed. bankrupt K. Harmon and wile htfvo returned Tbtt branch store oll-an- d McLean, III., Sept. 19. can't say enough In, praise of the one-haIn Bank from a nleasant visit to Boylo rem- Satusday J. N. SAUNDERS. Referee interest In the growing crop anan was burned down some good people ol neasani roini ruptcy. "hllo there they were present Dear Editor Enclosed lind check for live, night, havlbg caught fire In borhood, where the meetings were upon the said land. d to at the C9th anniversary of John L. tl for tho I. J- - which Is a welcome held. tnauner. Its stock Is sa Uivea under my hand this the 19th enjoy. are .e Crane'i birthday, bfsa vs'.se-- i at 1910. r. Cannon, aged is ed occasion. The which was" anfurnish visitor to Innie Crops In Illinoismade DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN BOOK day of Algust, A. DYCHE, Trustee. with music was $C00 Inaurance was carried R. twenty years; hay the best years.' died at her home near McKln-..- ed by an orchestra and was fine, city. W a. Fish of this two tons per acre; wheat 28 bushels; rrinnv and was laid to rest In. Lillian, tbe little Mr. Camden Is the manager of the The democratic tAitlonal congres Salur-,iNOTICE. APMiNlXI'ILVrOR'S store, and he was totally unable to tho Campbell burying ground C. Mc- - dauehter of Mr and Mrs. John Dye. oats 56 while corn will inako 75 an slonaj committee has issued Its camof the fire nfir hnpt services by J. and died on Thursday nt 8 p. ra. She win acre. Everything else Is up to this paign book and Is now distributing It. account for tho cans? pi.nBho ni n itood woman All persons having claims against und Sh an exceptionally bright child standard. Hogs are selling at $9.85, The committee has no funds save as the estate of M. C, Sauftey, deceased, of Don't take any chunces any losing leaves a number of children. wno oh, so hard to give her up. Funor $3.35, corn at 49 c u bush 11 obtains them through contributions other was a sister of Ueorge neyuoius. even. tat cattle at your property at night or at ago when a al services were held on Friaay Revs, el and labor at a good price. I work and la selling the book at $1 per copy, will present the same to the under-signeby time. Jflsse D. Wearen. tbe Insurance was killed a few weeks Ins: the Baptist properly proven on or before you bridge, gav,. way a traction en Wardat and Singleton.church text was, for a cattle man and get $40 per or lor 50 cents a ccjiy in lots ot ten or llh Man) writes the kind ot Insurance The niore. gine near .Mctvinney. need to "make you safo at all times. "While He can't return to us. we can month. Single men get $25 to $30 and Tbe book Is replete with valuable the 12tb day ot October, 1910, and all go to Him,'' which was very consoling board. Common work horses here sell matter and Is said to be the best Cam- persons Indebted to said decedent, M. SUICIDE IN DANVILLE. A GOOD POSITION. to the ijereavea ons. paign book ever Issued. Every demo- C. Hautley will please settle sama of her volcu Screaming nt" the top Al. D. Wall has returned from Cln at $200. have It and in thitf year promptly. my home In crat should bad by atnbltlous'young men Mona Miller, aged 15 years, or Dan clnnatl. where he hrs had employ Can be I expect to return to or democratic effort for supremacy GEORGE E. STONE. asd ladles in the field of "Wireless vm,. was diMbYbred In her room ment In ft Unner'i shop for a fe.w Hustonvllle about January 1st 191-- ', If should gladly contribute to the comAdair, ot M C. Sauiley,' Deceased. telegraphy. Since the Very likely I will mittee by purchasing the "hook. The lips burn weeks. or- KHwr nothing happens. with her (oe. mouth and , D. C. Alford has gone to Lexington serylcfln Maine : buy a srapll farm of about 50 committee" did allant and If democrats tew became effective, ond since eel in a frlnhtful manner and wrlth Mrs. Q. W. Ellison Is with her want to with iwtable'Wultt, are establish Inic In tho agonies of delh from a daughter In law at Danville, who Is acres of good land.. Very truly. VWlfcfcitcoiBpahl occasion, THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE tb everywhere will rUe- to the by thulr dollar contributions, 'the JAMES A, BUROE. lag tatWH, 'throughout tno country draught of carbolic acid, Uuj empty vurv ill. Qllllland la much democratic suu wH rise triumphantly, Little Vernelle thu-- ! a. sreat shortage of telegraph boitlo of which had conutned. the come. in.nmvpit After an attack of tynhold. "Can be depended upon" is an ex not to set for fifty years to o Home and farm one full year, reguer.. Positions cay beginners from $T0 notion' still HgbAly clutched In m Mr. and Mrs. DC'Daxtw have "been pression we all like to hear, and when Send" your orders or contribUtloas-t' of i.nnd This 1b' the second suicide '30a lar price. V. F. Garrett. Treasurer. Democratic to $90 per Month, with good cham vlhitlne nt C. Brown's, Uncle Remus Home Magazine, reguThe kmimmi icie-,.- h among the negro race In Boyle coma Miss MargaYet Routen came home It js used In connection with QhsB Campaign Commits. 821 15th street advacertttL Wednesday, whefe berialn's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Northwis. Washington, D. C. ,.$1.00 fiom Lexington . rnatutB operates six official tv history. lar price. she t ud been for treatment at one of Ilomedy It means that It never falls Good Housekeeper full year, reguAmerica under aupervls- institutes in NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. tho lead In e hospitals. Miss Minnie 1.50 price Flr of unknown origin destroyed I.nach accomnanled her home. Jo euro diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel lea o( U. B. and Wireicss uuicjbib Hoaled bids will be received for lar contents of Chaa. T"e Ev'nlng Post, dally, 3 mon'hs. E. Harmon sold his farm of 85 acres complaints. It Is pleasant to take concrete pavements around the places all nraduutes into posi-.i.- tho tesldence and and KlrksvlUe. (llllllanil $1.36 J'nce u will nay you to write (hem Jott. near jOM $3,000! cprly Friday to JG. CI, will be given Jan, private and eiually valuable for children and court house Inside the yard and In 1. Insurance Possession details at Cluclnnatl. O., or mnrnlnir. court house and for a ton- - The Interior Journal your homor for full adultB. Sold by Penny's Drug Store, trout of the , $1,000. ,..,. umii rnntnir .ircund sameas oaner full year. 91.09 Philadelphia, Pa. Not a minute should be lost when Here you have a value of $8 .29 per plans and specifications now on croup. your Mr JojIi Oodbey, good pulet cltlxon a child shows symptoms of Lightning again struck the Henry ' . All for $2.00 for a short time only. Your complexion as well as h.in, ncwir Mtntonvllle. attempted sui Chamberlain's Cough Remedy given Clay statue in the Lexington ceuue Mo In my office. imserau.o 07 temper U rendered aii hi,u must be sealed and tiled Send or bring your order In at en at hi hme Sunday1 morning byL8 B00n M the cWld bemei hoarse, terr, tearing off an arm anu !eg. me ., ...J....1 uvur. 11 v taking Cbambci cide tali and hallux himself i undersigned on on below 10 to The. Interior Journal, 8t?a(9Cl tied, or even, .allot ino, croupy. .cougu. ap- ;monUBieBt over tho grave of tbe with thea. m., Wednesday, aepu n, Ky.. This oft'r Is not good where w .UhVs Womach and Liver Tablets. yoi at the end of a roRwWchwaa man- - pears, will prevent the alUck. Bold -o'clock tamtly rAVu ot the great Commoner had Just to a rafter. However tils Evening Post has an agtnt. 1910, M (aged to cut the rope ana save nw me.- . fey Penny1, Drug Store. bWa restored at an Immense cost. i to be unbalaucou. tas O. B. OOOPKR, Clerk. Drug Stor. He U thought 67lt 'ey County New. I. e.Ub-Kentuck- Crawfordsvllle, Indiana pnper tells of tho death of Walter S. Blankcn ship who was born In Lincoln county It says he died at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Blanken- shlp, of tuberculosis. Age 20 yenrs Mr Blankenslilp believed that he would die on thq twenty-nintday of a mouth, because of a dream he had experienced, la January 1909, while saw a vision. Me in ioor health told IiIh parents that he was awakened night and thought ho Saw a in the shr The star soon opened nnd a dead brother and sister nppeared. II spoke to tlim, but when they heard his volte thry VAnlshed Tho star tlofcd and reopened and this time tlip figures two nnd nine appeared When be aroused his parents he told them of the vision nnd Interpreted It to mean that he would die Januar M, 1909. Wlicn tho twenty-ninthad passed and he retained his life. t: said that 'hrnter ho 1M ,11a It woufd bo on the day of me month. Mr. uiankenshlD's Inter preUtlon of tbe dream came true, his relatives explaining that death strdck nbout noon Friday, hut ho lingered tin h h flys like a bird when on his rail. Officer meeks gets ' Friday afternoon tho coKer, w. v. hosiery. Iine, Truateft. O. II. Cannon, J, A. clever night policeman, John Meeka, Hart, J' W. Thompson, H. C Ixwch, armed with a writ, went to Macksvllla W M. Singleton. Thomas Haggard, &. L. Murphy. K. D, Carey, James Bur- - to arrest a peripatetic picture peddler ton. General Kldd, S. B. Chlvllett, who was charged with being disorderMichael Hatter, J. D. Haggard, Aithcr ly. The arrival of the minion of tho (loocli, J W. Acton. M. Fraced, A. M. law caused the agent to Like fright Cress. Luther Floyd. J. M. JIcKee, C well as a flight. Meeks in hot W nunn. W. n. Ilnfiidrd. C aud Trim-.- ' ble, Walter Prlvett, O. C. MaxeL Luth-- ( pursuit, closed the vlclln. in and out er Hogue, W B. Smith, Trustee, W. of the many alleys and by wflys. HI V Smith, C. Tnisty. Win. C Dye, sympathy for the man wa aroused Trustee, Morris Walls Trustee, was'. from the fact that he had left his coat. filed In open court before Jas. P.( Ualley Judge ot said court and asking hat nnd shoes at his last resting place, that additional tax of twenty (20) The race course 'ay In a southerly cents be levied on each one hundred direction across Denham's coal yard D A .wrmwuinv "oprf f&JSSL PS" ",8r 1'iuicu Chevllett, LvKi'.Vloyd, My trict to Ievy in additional tax. At a special term of this court held Meeks, a, u. E II. The swiftest tiling of locomoUon i U.I. section recently haa iu ui-- u uihu i.'i.iu in ruuy-imti Ist . iif iffiSw jassr ir:;r rr Ml- - 'ow Poner "? - iu Pw ici . "' ,h"lnl "-'- " ,., -- meet-VAtn- "c" rock-ribbe- 3 u ,,,.,, Powers-Edwnrd- s en-tr- Jfhipping ,."rw WooraR. Km-tne- ti ns d ser-mon- s Payne-Aldrlc- h " e bap-tfsn- e I ii Brack ij ld i. u lt ix-- a"'" tin 1 v i 'lns .. :?...;. .... " ;w Hi .Ii.iMI.iiO JyyMjijirijQcJ sf :i v'4! MM PrfJ"''"e-,- r jlllli MiMiiili s " " t. t ' HI AV., tjJ.S.Jtj Miinfan. ... i . if j. j. ""- - - . THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUK8IUY, BKPTEMIIKK 20, 1910 The Interior Journal. Established JaTaWY TUESDAY $1 1872. LNMANWINS MADISON BRIDE NUPTIAL8 VILLE.--OTHE- YOT C ANRT IV Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. - At -- rer Year AND FRIDAY In Advance. PERFORMED AT KIRK8 R LATE NEW8 FROM LANCASTER EXTRA SIZE We know the extreme Large Men have trouble usually getting garments NO HELTON 8AUFLEY. Publisher 8iao-er- d, JBctered at the Pot Offlco at Ky., as Second Claii mail. CIVE KENTUCKY A DIRECT PRIMARY LAW treatment for tuberculosis and brlght'sdisease. Is reported In a very dangerone condition and there is little hope The politicians nrq. discussing the for his recovery Hiram Cox, of this place and MIscV question o( a prlmdry'br convention Hallie Hone, of Danville, were united to nominate the next state democrat In marriage at the home of the bride's Jc ticket. Either method will suit pirenU. Editor Green Clay Walker has been -tcCreary and his friends, but what appointed attorney for ipB L. & .N Kentucky ought to have Is a direct for this county. Dr, J. W. Grlnstead, of Jhe primary nominations law like Gov. Normal school, preached two ex Hughes has just sought to have ;mss' cellent discourses at the Christian Sunday morning and evening. tA In New York, and which Oregon church A telegram was received Saturday -- nd many of the more progressive announcing the death on Friday night of Mr. William Wallace at his home tales have on their statute books two miles from Lexington. The dereas JTte Irect primary law gives a poor ed died of heart .diseane, having been 111 for some time. Resides bis wid4wn a chance to run for office as well ow and two grown sons, J. II., and m the rich one and simplifies the Salem, be is survived by two sisters, Airs. Ann Robinson, or this city ana hole system of party selections of Mm. James Francis, of Faint Lick and candidates. It has pioven Mtlsfusiory the following brothers Salem Wallace re , -- wherever prohahy to and the late O. T. Wallace, The Sun except mains were taken to Richmond professional politicians who find day for Interment Allie Dunn have Misses Lucy their Jobs of bossing conventions and sold their farm and100 acres near Dry of gone. county at $120 an acre :91ilng slates, antsville in this to Isaac Annstead, of ihe campaign for a better educa deal involved siz.ui'U. Owensbcnaty The Itonal system Is well under way In The W. C. T. U. district conventlor next Thursday will Kentucky, the good roads movement and meet in Danville 23. Mesdames SepL 22 and cannot be headed; the old state is go Farra and Austin will go as delegates ing forward along many progressive from the Lancaster union. T. Farris Senator and Mrs. George lines, and there's no good reason why have sold their resldence on Danville Illch-niond --trl-jd- Dr J. A .McDonald, of Dnnvllle. fill. ed the pulpit at the l'rcsbyterlan chutch Sunday morning. Mr. Thomas Austin, who left Lan- cister something over a week ago for Mattle Creek, .Mich, where he went lor Lancaster, SepL 19, 1910. Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. TROUBLE T6 HARNESS Phone 11. J. H. Baughmnn& Co. Nttice We have a saw mill for sale with engine, bailer 30 a new saw mill for sale, H cash, bal ance in two, four and six months, with good notes. King's MounUtn Planing Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. h-- the horse If the harness was bought here Our heavy harness especially It built o It will not chafe or gall evei under the heaviest pull. Vse It am you'll get more work out of you. horses. Have less money to lay out for ointments and sore remedies too J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. Large Enough Tnis"time we feel we can better please you than ever before. We' n" n1) r run our suits to ..ilV PROFESSIONAL AND usmess cards.: Moreland, Ky, Depot and MINK8 HOTEL Abe Minks, Size 50, Tronsers 521 OVERALLS to 50; UNDER-WEAto 50, WORK SHIRTS R I Ul 4 I r- i .1 4 Prop. ..New Hotel Opposite Stable. 8peclal Rates to Traveling men Everything Brand New.. Slno'e Rooms. A (.( M 111 I juae OHIO. VALLEY EXPOSITION, Cincinnati, O. Queen A Crescent Route. Round Trip Fares From June- tlon City Kentucky TICKETS ON SALE DAILY $4.40 Good returning five days From Date of Sale. $5.60 Good Returning until Sept ' 29tn. F. C. DENNIS, Ticket Agnt, Junction Cl'y Ky. Reprsentlng The Benefit Life Insurant)) Co. leading annual dividend Com The nnnw tl Hl.tlnntlnn la rlllA tn flllher ence of successive managements to the principle or muiunuiy. Mutual W. W. BURCIN. DENTIST. Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. , II. M. NEWLAND And Dress Shirts to 19 inch Collar. Extra Heavy Suspenders, Nor 12 Shoes. 7 5-- hat and 8 34-INC- H ; ' -- y which the people may name their party candidates should not be adopt d. We suggest that Lincoln county's representative In the next leglsJature otter a direct primary nooilna' - street to unaries this latest and most approved method 250. In turn Uiey w. Anaerson ior and bought a house lot on Richmond street of Mrs. W. , z,- - Uons bill. -- Jl -- editor of the has been aepoiBWa attorney for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company in Garrard county to' succeed Judge L. Is. Walker, who resigned on account f his appointment to the circuit judgeship. There's nothing like' keep tog a good thing in the 'family and' the I. N. is to be congratulated upon securing such an "live wire" as Green Clay to look after its legal business in Garrard. Orecn Clay Walker, Xacaster Central Record, d .Lebanon remains "dry'' although it voted "wet" In August by less than a hundred majority. Tbe contest pard declared the election void, following a ruling of the court of appeals that an order of court calling & local option election cannot be entered on the same day that the petition asking the election is filed. l'rice for $2,000. At the residence of the bride's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wilson, of DR. W. N. CRAIG, Ktrksvlllc, their daugnter,, Miss Anna Oculist and Optician Wilson, and Charles Kigsby, of LinDeafness Cannot Be Cured omce over II. J. McRoberta' Store coln county, were united In marriage, t)T local .DBllemtlOM. Stanford, Ky. aa thv raannt Kev. O. P. Hush, the Baptist minister, fla th rfl. portion f car. officiating. The groom is a prosperous curddutMM. anduthat to Ttxrc I. oalr one wir la PRESSED 8TANDINQ 8EAM GALcur r rouututlocal rrnrdlf, DeafnrM to cauatd b aa Inflamed roadllkm nf u young farmer of Preachersvllle. Um Euitacniaa Ualnt VANIZED ROOFING. Tut. Wkta ImThe .Woman's Home and Foreign nucoua inflajMdor ro aara a rumblnf round cr u tub Misslonay Society met Monday aft perfect brarkv. and warn It I. entirely rloanl. Large Quantities carried In Stock. urrMult. EADS' TIN SHOP, 6tanford. ernoon in the basement of the Presby- talcnaout and tkl.and onlee tat BSammatloa ran b tube rntorrd to lu normal hearmf wttl b dntroyed fctrm: nine cam terian church. Phone ot tea an cauced br Catarrh, which hi nothnu Dr. O. 8. Gilbert bought of Ray out aa tnOamrd eosdltloa or lb muoou wrtan. tut We will fin On Hundred Dollar, tor aar ce ot JOHN COOK mond Ray his house 'and six and a Deafae. tint mbu, half acres of land at Buckeye for $2,- - by Hall frauaed be eatarrM tor circular. h iimd Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. Catarrh Cure. Send Dec 000. What does it mean Dr.? i4idbTDru.eiarjtCUE-VEyco-T,,1,'- a Specialist on ll horse and animal Mr. Collins Harmon, of Pittsburg, stantorc, isy. rnone i7 Tale iiauoamiiT pin. ior coutiptuoo. i disease, Pa.,-habeen the guest of Miss Sue Shelby Mason. Miss Bertha Burnslde WILL ADAMS lc in Mt. Vernon, Ohio with her aunt. Livery; all kinds of hauling, Fur-- j Mcuuigan. Mrs. Wm. Mrs. Charles nlture pscKing. Hays of Stanford, has been the guest S'anford, Ky. PoneJ73. of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beuley Miss Sophronta Fox has gone to No MASONS' MEETING. wata, Okla., where she will teach, the ensuing year. Mrs. Willle Belle Green- Lincoln IdK No. o r. A. M. loaf, of St. Louis, Is the guest of in itatrd roruruunlc.llon on nipnth. ut T.W otrach "fk Mrs. Qulncy Lancaster relatives. iwockln thSlrnlsbU n11,S are"V.5 halloo Gray and little daughters of Conners- ford. Ky. vIIIp, lud., have been visiting Mr. and 'njllylnvltdtolprnt. T. w. rtv Mis. A. R. Walker Mrs. Arthur Hub nloRton we. bard, of Covington, Is the guest of J. J. BELDEN. her cousin, Mrs. John E. Stormes. deco-.U- t Mrs. G. C. Farris and little son, Geo, or hou, carrUgo and ilgn palntlnR paiHThanglnsalaoliugsy 'i.1?.?!? of Colorado, are vUltors of Misses top. nil klni. men h. Martha and Helen Gill. ind boot! niadf Htonow AWrldse Dcat-bccoodt-tlo- T. W. PENNINGTON Dentist A. M nml 1 to 4:30 P.M ii.,.- Myers House flats Stanford Ky otnee DR. 1 ..! UMBRELLAS. :: : Now say we have'nt BIG IDEAS .. , and BIG CLOTHES. "" . It. ' H. J. McRoberts. ft ! .A s 0 G. L. Penny R. H. Coffej K. R, Coleman Jlint Ice Cream Soda Water Here's something which truly shows whnt a splendid town Stanford is: TJw Danville public schools opened Crab Orchard. REAL SANITARY PLUMBING. niUbahop Vnl Slain Ht.. l'lione No.oJ. '" "''J" Hlnnlord Ky., UEI.UK.N. Phosphates Grape Juice And a Large List of.Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. JJ and sacrifices made, to build and adorn their-- fhurch. It Is a beautiful littlo structure, enough cmplojs 13 teachers to nine In Dan- for all purposes.bowever largohave put The lad'es ville. in this past week a handsor.u brusHoIs carpet covering the entire floor and chairs, of an pattern, for lien Johnson is certainly not pos- pews, arranged in any undue modesty In seek- which blend beautifully with theorder,sessed of ptening public favor and a chance at the tiled nnd painted walls and celling. Air. and .Mrs. Carroll Ualle public purse. He Is now running for and two offices at the same time, Tor re- Mlfcs Pearl Collier attended the Stau-Fal- r at Louisville election to congress and for governor Mrs. Ed Peyton, of Stanford has -- Now isn't he the greedy thing? been spending the week with Miss will probably be satisfied with a of 2,000, and the Stanford school cen-"Bt- is semi-circl- The members of the Christian 266 pupils; the church especially the ladles of the lessened school had 338. Yet Dan- "Aid Society" are to be congratulated be sure Stanford ville claim 8,000 or 10,000, while we and praised for the noblo work done Ior the fall term with Saves its cost over and over appiu In doctor's bill. Rut you must that it is real. It Isn't the L&N.TI7V.ETHBLE No.U.lOiWA.M. x. Hoath.lllWr. M Houth, 10:15 A x. No.J, orth,4:40 a. u. No ri. North. 6:49 r. No. II NO. CJ, M. white basin and nickeled pipes that make sanitary plumbing. It Is th way they are put together. Hate us We have do your plumbing. the "know how JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. No.,I!40r. ' Stanford, Ky. W. K. WARNER, hone 188. H. B. Northcott. LANCASTER, BUYER OF KY. BBgBBaBBBBBB&SBEBFyira T l,L,L.tUI.IC7UU.)(U I I tla,sx-wl- A Q Ophelia Lackey. The man w ho gets mad at what the Mrs. Maiy llurch and daughter Mls.4 .newspaper say8 about him should re- Esther c S'pnfnnl, r vlsiUns Mrs. turn ( trunks three times a day for Jcnn uucr.anan ana Airs. Margaret Miss Esther leaves shortly to what the newspaper knew about him James.the Kmer6on Oratory University enter and suppressed. Meade County Mes- of I lot; ton. Moss. senger. Mrs. Charles Keeton and Miss An nette Keeton, of Williamsburg have A department of journalism Is to bo recent guexts of the Crab Orchard and atanllshed nt the State University at Springs of the visited their numerous town. itxington. We'll bet the young"dtfvll" friends J. (3 Carpenter and daughter Mrs. .of the luterlor Journal Is making a Miss Josephine are visiting relatives. --.more Rev. R. II. Mahony and daughters. proilclent scholar in this study titan any of those who will matrlcd' Miss Marie and Virginia were visitu.K friends here last week. Jate for the course at the University, Miss Lula V. Jones, of London is visiting htr brother Dr. L. F. Jones. Mr. John Chndwlck and wife, of De "DANVILLE DAY" troit, Mich., are vUltlng hla parents- Ohio Valley Exnosltlon. "Wednesday, SepL 21, has been set Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cbadwlck. -- aside by the mangement of the Ohio HOG RAISERS vaiicj Exposition as uanviue uay. "Kound trip tickets, good going and .returning tbe same day. will be sold Are your hogs worth 5 cent per via the QUERN & CRESCENT route. head? Ve guarantee Wednesday, SepL 21st, and will bo Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy food going and returning only on -eclal train leaving Junction City, and free xy., at 7'J3 a, in. The fare for the to keep hogs healthy per h(pd from per round trip will be $2.25. Ask agent disease for 5 cents Cholera, Kills cures (or particulars or write, W, A. Beckler month. It Worms. Stimulates the Appetite, Aids . V A., Cincinnati, O. (Digestion and causes bogs to fatten very rapidly. This remedy la usei APPALACHIAN EXPOSITION. and endorsed by leading bog raisers KNOXV1LLE, ENN. throughout the country. Come In Sept. 12th to October 12th. and lot us tell yenr about 1L Visit the Appalachian Exposition. Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. Tickets at low round trip rates are dally to Kaoxvjlle, Tenn., via h salfl "Yes," she said, "it was terrible, QUEEN & CRMCENT ROUTE up to but I suffered in silence." dufd .IncluiUAg.Oct 2tbj Ask .ticket "I'oor 6(rl.' he murmured sympa iafrti lur MtrtKifiarB, u tiikt, it, a thetically "now you must nave Jieckler, O. V A., Cincinnati, O. Ex. --- a. - " " MMXMOE3L.EZ, All E"Kg8 Kinds of Farm Produce K. c 10-ll- Furniture au J Undertaking. Stanford Branch T. Tuaor, M'o'r. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOn: c hens DRIVEN FROM HOME by VBNiKB TbfmaCall. PrtsJUght. TARFVIID. - MKNTLCKY . in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. Thtj will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Gir Day Thone 28. Night Phone 133. I r yryetB Turkeyti Ducks fierce ravages, what a cony c fort to be family to know their fire 5- -5 ',4c Roosters, per lb insurance policy will provide them 7c Hides per lb..., you IMOcJ with another. Have us Issue Feathers one today, so that you will be protect LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. ed In case such a disaster happens to Phone 1S3 We can pleate you. you. It's vorth the cost Just to know , o Stanford, KenturHy. Undertaken and Embalm-ra- lro's c Also Dealers CONCRETING ..Yf.,'r,,0P0,,tlon'doallklnd ot con- - thine Ki' ln.fact. we can make anywe canfrom a iwrre, SSS!iown.t. promptly and saarantee work and material. (Tall and get oar prtee! before you buy ypur material at leet. J. G. Riddle Insurance you are protected. Flr aaves you from worry as well as ruin. S. '" ' W. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. STANFORD. KY. Buyer of An Winter All kinds of farm produce and am FISH PHONE 200 Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and MenotsetDier of PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Kj. , Fill Utrkeri and Poau .Oetntterr and Law Uettvei. Office and workt, Mo My hew fall and winter samples are VaaeiandKy, Kinney, They . 19c now ready for your Inspection. Kegs.-OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION GOTO comprise the best on the market. 1 to 11 Aug. 29 SepL 24, 1910. Springers any one as to price who has A magnificent parade, will take Carton's Keitaurant Lancaiter, Street, suit 6 to 6 Roasters ... Stanford. X. A suit noun up to 1 : r, u, 12 to 13c his clothes made to order. 3 hours to puss a given point will Mealt eerved at a) lwn Turkeys Vf. Beit place lu for a good quick your measure Is preferable mark the opening of the Ohio Valley .7 to 8c made to Ducks meal. To have Exposition,- - Auc. 2&th 1910. Bpeclal Cooking to tun our cuitomeri our epeolalty to 7c to ready made clotlies. 6 Hides Splendid new line of fancy 43c them made to measure vdocsn't cost low rates to Cincinnati, O., via tbe IS to Featbers Orocerlei. ready made when Q. & O. route have been placed in Hot OolTee, Bandwlcfaee, pU 'ButUr Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chick- any more than milk Come elfecL Ask ticket agent for particuand eweet milk, etc., at all tlmee. en Feed for tale or In exchange for quality and fit Is considered. I Heckler, General Passenlars. YT.--In and le,t me take' your BMeure. A. CAHS ON, Prod?.- ger Agent, CtaclonaM, O. 11. 0. Rupley, the 'Practical Tallw.5 Phone 20. Hens', y ' paying today for: Suitings Marble and Granite ments, Monu- 12 to 10c When Hungry ...11 l-- ..,. .... 2 H. Pri. L TT jr" w TUhhbAY, feBtTKMDKR 2t), 1910 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. 3. 3 Don't Get Chilled To The Bone These Cool Nights when one of our OUTING or WOOL NAP BLAFKETS will keep you so warm. ' VVc begin at 10c for a pair of Outing Blankets and have all grades Wc have been busy for the last three months gcttmg together a up to $2.00 and $2.60 for Wool Nap. stock of Dry Goods, Carpets, Suits, Cloaks, Blankets, and Shoes that wc believe will please our customers. In our enthusiasm for All Wool Blankets $3.00 to $0.00 per pair. quality and style wc have not forgotten that the price plays an Important part. Wc bought our goods right and bought them to sell, therefore the reasonable price prevails here. Come and look. New Kid Gloves Wc have secured the agency for '- - It Is Your Move "Eskay" Kid Gloves Wc have all Colors and Sizes at $1. and $1.50. The quality Is excellent. AH gloves fitted. r SEVERANCE & SON, -! Stanford, Kentucky. Skin And Scalp Yieid There la a new lino or 26c box paMr Matt Salem, of ML Salem, spent SHORT LOCAL NEWS pers, special values at Fenny's Drue Sunday with Junction City friends. T. Erabry spent several days aU J. lere. of tiling at W. II. Hlgglns. me hum Fair last week. Mra. Uessle Hardin spent last week PERSONAL NOTES Fer 8alt. 22 l,lC0-lfeeders, nice In Louisville. ones. Dr. Hugh Reld. 69-Mrs. O. 0. Terry and fictile Terry Miss Essie (lurch visited friends In Duff Orpbington cockerels for Vale. spent Saturday and Sunday In ( C. C. Withers. ij-i Crab Orchard last week.- the guest of friends. Masses Joscphln and Nell Warren v Mrs. Will Hays visited" Mrs. Jim M Trice the polished horse shoer, J. left on Saturday for Atlanta, (Ja., to llratley in Lancaster last week. Mrs. Klkin or a brief ie with J. H. Oreer on Somerset streeL Mra. llettle M,oore..pf Liberty, Is tno visit their aunt go tq Cave Springs visit, then they guest of her daughters, Mcudames Ed where the) teach In the school for tbe For Kale Good, eight room house, deaf. and R. D. Wilkinson. with lot and garden and all necessary William J. Uiimore, ot Danville, and outbuildings. Also coal bins and visEd I). Wl7kloson,.wa hai iting In Liberty, has returned to haa Miss Margaret Toynter, one of Pulas store building with good stock of ki county's most attracUve young goods. Terms reasonable. Call or Tiome In Augusla, Kansas, Mr. - Wcaren Hughes, of Memphis, women, were married last week at the write to Mrs. J. C Napier, Rowland, spent Sunday here with hi mother home ofithe bridegroom's cousin, Mrs. Ky, for particulars. i and friends. Mr Hughes la delighted J. H. ltobbltt, of Somerset, the cerew. 11 Hlggins has a new line of mony being performed by Rev. Shep- with hi new homo. packet and table cutlery "Keen Kut-ttr.Mr. and .Mrs. J M. Iliugbman left pard, pastor of the Methodist church Try 1L Sun-JaTho Indies' Society or the Presby-teriaIxniU, Kansas City and for St church will meet Friday afterRev, J D. Jones, of Dellevuc, preach olber Western points for a two weeks noon at 2 o'slock with Mrs. Ueo. D. ed two splendid sermons at the Uap- ata). Hopper The subject or discussion tlst citurch Sunday night and mornc full attendance Is ing Meadamea.J. 8. and J. W Da ugh man will be "Japan" He Is an eloquent and earnest young divine, and It Is understood that are In Ouensboro attending the Sun- revested. Hev. and Mri. J. J. Dickey will leave the congregation Is considering call day School Convention of tbo Chrislor Harrodsburg tomorrow to attend ing him to the pastorate. , tian church. Uio Kentucky tnuual Conference, j i 1C9 How lb this for a bargain? Iter, and Mrs. Ilobcrt XtcMullen, of They will bo the guests of Miss Mlna acres of land situated In a good com Met lure . Lebanon, were guests of friends here Reid and munity close Mr churches and school. pyvr Sunday, where .Mr Mc.MulIen family and Mrs. Forestus tbelr town JSew nve roomtoeottoge, 3 porches, pan have returned- to preached at the Prabyterlan church. home In Danvlllu for the winter won try and ball, large barn 10 stalls and shed, buggy house hen house etc. Mr. .Varilutil Stone bus returned ths. McMillan Rapsln, of Had ford, Pa., Tlarc well "watered, cittern nt door, boBiu sites, a; t(o weeks' vacation at has been here for several days, the fencing good and buildings all new. , northern resorta. guel of bis iiarenta, Mr. and Mrs. W. All this furm can be cultivated and rood lai d. Trlre ICG per acre. ., Mr. Jack UieroercHinp, of Danville, J. Rankin. Stanford Reai Estate Company Jonn A. MrRobcrts, the popular L. who baa been here a couple of weeks . operating the 1. J's. linotype while Mr. & N. representative at Carapbcllsvilltf, Mr James (J Lynn has purchased Is here, his old hom (or a snort visit on bla vacation Marshall 8tone Sam Robinson who has been quite of Joe Ncvlus tho cottage on I,ogan 111 with typhoid fever, was able to. get Avenue occupied by Dr. W Craig and baa returned home. family. Tbe price was J1800v lliitcheson, of the down to hln store this morning Cashier J. W Mr Edwin Roolh, of Chattanooga, Tobacco growers will find coke an Htate Dank and Trust Company, haa Tenn., Is spending a few duys with e Mrs. Mary Johnson and Miss Ellen ideal fuel for drying tobacco. Write rented the Mabony residence on acnuc, occupied by Rowan Sauf-Je- y Montgomery near - Moreland, on his r- - or phone us. Danville (Ky.) Uas Light and"! family, auV will wove bere lurn home, irora- un exienueu ixjji Company. thouch the north rlbltinc Cleveland hU family from Iirodhead. Mr O.. Iiulfalo. N. Y and Magaia Kail Tbe Sun lirutbeni' big circus shows and Mrs Sulley and family will make also taking In the International Expo at Lancaster tomorrow. Many will tbelr homo with bis mother, .Mrs. Sal-li- e altion at Toronto Canada. go over from here to sec It. Sauhey. Car-load ' b 2 Rich-nioti- The Delinquent school taxes not paid by retdy. tax books for 1910 are now Settle now and avoid the rush L. R. and confusion of waiting until the last OcL 1, will be adverUsed. t day. W. L. McCarty, Sheriff. Hughes, treasurer, 67-2- Troubles to Zemo. bn' Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. James Cash the progressive Turners vllle merchant, has bought the store Return to this office and receive reOf Lutet. Pros., there and will merge ward. It with his, making a larger establish'-uen- t. For Bale The bouse on East Main street known as the- - Pennington Rer. J. T. Chattecn has just con- place. Apply to T. W. Pennington. cluded a good meeting at tho Harris Creek Baptist Church near Mllledge-vtlte- . For Sale Fine black road mare, 4 He baptized four converts there tu.4 old, standard registered.- - A. R. last week. Drown, Danville.' A. Hardin was here Monday making some preliminary arrangements tor the trial of Shay Pellman the Negro at th0 special term of court which will convene here next Tve-Jat- r. Mr. llnr din has nothing to na on the subject now but his losu friends ay himself as a candil.e will shortly nnno-incdate for the democrntlo nonlnatlon for judge in this dlstilct CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION) FOR EXTERNAL USE. Commonwealth's Attorney Charles I- " y n - . Wallace Singleton and several others say they saw a large flying machine pass near the city Friday evening about 7 o'clock. Donl forget the sale of Mrs. SaJlle R Kaufley next Saturday, 24th, at 2, P. M. Some handsome, old rashioued furniture, etc will be disposed of. Ke. W. C. (Jrliintda-I- , formerly pasfethodlst tor here, preached at the church Sunday. 60 acres of land, boxed cot tnge, good barn, blacksmith shop and aw oiner necessary outDuuaings, wen watered and fenced close to church and school. Price only $1,100 Stanford Real Estate Company The district meeting of 'the Woman's Christian Temperance Union wilt be held in Danville next Thursday and Friday. Mrs. W. A. Price, of Lancaster, will respond to the address of welcomed Lost rocietbook containing $2 in cah nnd olber articles. Finder may kep money if will return pocketbook. This office. The Sunday school lesson for next Sunday Is a temperance lesson, and Creek Sunday school which meets at 2.30 P. M there will be addresses on the subject by prominent citizens of the community. Everybody invited. I shall teach .my usual class ot art ou Tuekdays and Thursdays at my borne on Danville StreeL Lessons In oil, water colors, pastel and china painting. Charlotte L. Warren. S9-Rev Arthur Brooks, pastor pt the Crc.twood M. E., church, Louisville has been forced to resign, because he played bail with the boys Saturday afternoon. tirely satisfied with the results obtained from ZEMO: The first application will give prompt relief and show an Improvement and In every Instance whera used persistently, will destroy the germ life, leaving the skin In a clean healthy condition. Let us show you proof of some remarkable cures made by ZHMO and? give you a 32 page booklet how to Penny's Drug. preserve the skin. Store. Chamberlains oouc, Cholera and: Diarrhoea Kemcdy Is today the best known medicine In use for tbe relleli 11 and cure of bowel complaints. cures griping, diarrhoea, dysentery, and should be taken at tbe first unnatural looseness of tho bowels. 14 Is equally valuable for children and adults. It always cures. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. The Fagaly heirs will have a big; sale of farm tock and implementsand household goods near Wayneburg Thursday. Penny's drug store Is s6 confident thaUZKMO will rid tbe kln or ncalp-o- t Infant or grown person of pimples, blackheads dandruff, cczemfe prickly beat, rashes, hives. Ivy poison or any other form ot skin or scalp eruption, that they will giver your money back If you are not en- at Ncal's 3 Dun-wlll- Nervous ul was very nervous," writes Mrs. Mollle Mirse. of Carrsvllle, Ky., "had BalDitation of the heart. rand was Irregular. "On thtfiSdvlce of Mrs. Hattie GaWPI took 2 bottles of Careful and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took. 'I am 44 years old and the chance has not left me, but I am lots better since taking CarduL" - S&-- 4. EXPERIMENT Buy the boy a pair of GOOD SHOES FOR BAD BOYS PUBLIC SALE. Mrs. R. M. lgan. of Wllmore, spent In tbe town of Crab Orchard on Sat a. few days with her mother, sirs, hai I unlay, October 1st, TJ10, I will offer lie b'autlcy. Mi.i i nrin.in l.ntm has been mnk . for sale at public outcry the Dr Trice and lot near tho depot at iLg a pleasant visit to friends at Win-- ' store-ro., Chester. One-hacash and the r .. The Current Events Club will meet , Terms Terry on Thurmlft) mainder In one and two years, with Mr? O J V. CHANDLER. at 2 30 o'clock. afternoon lf Lout Plain gold bracelet. Reward for return to this oflice. Tea or Tablets. Sbugara and Tanner. -- neys nnd rfystcm. Recommended by vour druggist aa the best. Sush aa Hollster'b Rocky Mountln Tea. 3c The most reliable system renovator restores vitality, regulates tne KiQ' , ., PUBLIC SALE. We. the heirs 6f J L. Fagnly will offer for sule 5 miles east of Waynes-burnear O. K:, on Thursday, Sept. 22, 1910 beginning nt 9 A. M., tto following ar.1 pair work mules, 2 milk cows, ticle: 5' hogs, 1 good binder, 1 mowing machine, 1 hay rake, 2 jolt wagons, I buggy, 1 grain drill, 1 horse hay fork, I set ol blacksmith tools, 1 set carpenter's tools, 1 cider press, plows, bjirrtiwc, etc, 10 acres of corn, winter oat, hay, for barn, 1 square piano, 1 organ, household and kitchen turnlure, also other articles too numerous to mention. Terms of sale Cash., Wc will also offer for sale two farms 1 of CO acres, the other bO acres. In good condition, 1 new house, 40X40 barn: also wagon shed, 2 corn cribs and other outbuildings. All clalinb against tl.c estate or J L Fagaly, deceased, must be presented, properly proven to V. L. Fagaly, Kv THE J.L. FAGALY HEIRS. lun-be- r X g KM They are not bad for good , Take ,. . . b.oys IV V - Tho Woman's Tonic Cardul Is advertised and sold by its loving friends. The lady who advised Mrs. Mirse to take Cardui. had herself been cured of serious female trouble, by Cardui, so she knew what Cardui would da If Cardui cured Mrs. Cain and Mrs. Mirse, it surely will cure you too. Won't you try it? Please da f W. E. PERKINS, ' -- I CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY WmmWMm L R. Hughes T. W. Humble W. O. Martin """ OtS;t-t&vO-OOCr:::0- 0 New Line 0! Novelties an SEE OUR LINE OF CopTclsht lUit bcUflotr m m io br tllui f .!J Get Acquainted Now a-- HEATING i If yoii have not been wearing i Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes It Is pretty certain that you have thought about the matter at some ac- time or orther, and you will never have a better chance to get quaintcd with the best in men's clothes than right now, at this store Why. buy something STOVES 'etc. "Just as Good" when the genuine costs you NO MORE. V We have just received a new line of pretty, Aunovelties in Neck-weato Scarfs.large, brilliant hat pins, Jabots, patent leather and;Persian belts in handsome colors. Also beautiful all si2jes line of hand-bagand prices; from 50c to $5. Call and see us before buying up-to-da- te r, 4 s, I j Cummins & Wearen; w H. H ICC INS, Stanford, Kentucky. MtM HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY. t- - STANFORD, KENTUCKY J mm V XSjB 4. , THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL ' TUKSDAV, 8RPTKMHKR -- 29, THE FARMERS For 8ale.--0oo- KiDNEYWOUBLE Montki fAMitto PM.Rt.ftA. d weeks old J e l'laln nine-holnew, for salo cheap. FOR. cow with calf two L. Jarvls, It. F D. No. I. wheat drill, good as V. Watch That l lilt P. togan. 'r sz ri.ilB DIAMOND toH V i - il Bl1 S3tXjmZH . jl uiMSS I I HITCH UP SIX XQM.E1GH BATTERIES . With our quick action conneotor a shown above and you produoe the bail Ignition spark. Batteries last longer II worked In multiple. 15 Norleigh Diamond Batteries have a moisture space that is so protected that they do not dry out like others and arc fcss aflcctcd by cold than others. Batteries registering sixteen amperea produce a perfect Ignition apark. Norleigh Diamond Batteriea range Irora seventeen to twenty amperes. To make them stronger than twenty amperes is an excessive charge that soon exhausts itself. FOR SALE BY GEORGE H. FARRIS, STANFORD, KY. & September 28, 1910. 1 will orter for sale on tho premises, my highly Improved 212 ACR E FARM on the best of pikes, 5 miles from each Danville 17c acres Tillable land 75 of whica Is best tobacco land 23 acres of well timbered riverside land. and Lancaster Qarytes Indications are second to none and If ' cost of land. THE DWELLING -- f. mlncd"ttild pay one of the best In the country Is a nine room, modern built house, It Is noted for It beautiful heated by furnace and well finished. healthy locatldn , good neighbor hood and close proximity to best schools and churches In tho Stat e. tobacco barn with 'There ate three good tenant ho uses, n excellent basement for stock 36x134 feet. ' Considering location, buildings, quality, land, etc, no more desirable farm homo has bom placed upon the market. e JAMES OTTER, Danville, Ky. SI SEE ME .About That New Suit. 57-Ky Uood pony for salo; has been driven by children. H. V. Haughman. ?WBRr.'s3WB f.ct mo Insure your barns and to-- 1 V. A. Trlbble. becco. 9am For Kent .My place of 230 acres UlflsSSSSBsnisaBk t for 1911 o0 acres for corn, 30 acres i for wheat, 60 acres In meadow, re mainder lor glazing Mrs (Jeorgo I Logan, Stanford, Ky. FIZKR. For Sale. A well Improved farm . , Sterling, Ky., says t of 20 acres, near Mt. Salom, house-- O.ll. FtZER.-Mthold and kitchen furniture, stock, ant " hare Muttered with kidney and farming tools. P, U. Woodson, Mt bladder trouble for ten yean 49 23 "Xjast March I commenced using Salem, Ky. For Sale Sow and V pigs, It. I Parana and continued for three months, " I hare not used It since, nor hava I felt Berry, Iluatonvlllc. Wanted cattlo to grazo 70 acres of a paln" good blue grass. It. I,. Uerry, Hus- m. llerndon. of the Shelby Cltr " tonvllle. neighborhood riis purchased a furm In For Sale High grade Southdown tlrat.t county o( 3bQ acres at $60 an ram lambs. Fisher and Kenlck cross- - acre. es. Mrs. Matllo H. Howes, Moreianu, It was S. 900 thai Mr. Frank Smith Ky., R. II No 1, Box, 49 rrceled for his fins farm In the country from Wanted To buy a place of 75 to county, VaR It Fitzgerald, of Russell , and not $2,900 as stated 100' acres In Lincoln county, one hav- last Issue The placo contains 80 ing tmproements. Address P. O. acres. Box 65, Stanford. Ky. FOR SALE LHRAP Tract of 77 acres 314 miles from Crab Orchard, Ky., Joining V. Deshon's 'farm. Ad dress W II Mueller, Stanford, Ky. For Sale Two sow. 18 shoats, f5 stock hogs. John Cook, Stanford A few thoroughbred Du- For Sal roc Jersey boag pig. April farrow. Durham, Price reasonable T. J. 39-Crab Orchard. Phone 13-- HI. S. Tevla has sold his One jack colt. "Limestone Boy," aged two months, for tho sum of J1.000. This colt has attractt-- ulde attention He was sold to Messrs. Wm. T. Robin son and Jas. T. Knox, of Boyle. Lime,.'s 'STIRRING TIME3. stone Boy is out of Lady of Lime stone, tho Jennet for which Mr TeUs no are hating In the bulldlug line. We carry a full line, of lime, plaster, paid 11,000. Kstray suckling horso colL bay with cement nnd everrthlng vise needed Kver thing purchased white In forehead Is at borne, of a for building, prominent fanner Owner can get here will be founl of the best Qualisame by paying Keep ana tnts adver ty and the- best for intended purposes. tisement- Lightning destroyed Col D. u We will save you trouble and uanscM Moore's fine stock batn In Mercei K.try expense by sending to us tor an Morday, killing a couple of fine car- - estimate. elaci- - horses valued at iz.whi .tr.d inoUier valued at 11.000. Tljo total A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. fens is J10.000 ffllk co. BALE J. Nice young Jersey S. Turpln, Stanford, Hfflfal MflMPMis nHsssHr SV U Orilfdli Tailor-mad- rolll;t Baltimore Made The Home cf UI Oood Clothes. mmm r: RlmnBaK'?L'iaHB Ka 9mrmm$mmmT,:m KffSlBBFisaff'HlipTsal . My Fall line, more complete than ever, is now ready lor your inspection. Call by and ask to sec the only "make" that (its like e pt. clothes. ALL WOOL, M ts . SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. PUBLIC SALE Of a Large Blue Grass Farm PUBLIC SALEf 1 - 8 On account of falling health, 1 will aell at public auction at my farm troar 8TOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS '' f MtKlnoy, Kentucky, I will sell my place of 731 acres. hltuatpd two miles from Nlcholaavllle, THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1910 Ky, on tne I'nion Mills pike, on THURSDAY, 8EPT, 22, 1910, io.jie of the very best bred h'ohios, This place will b cut Into twelve Jennets and mule colts In tracts, with thrt tracts on which Is tho I'atton house, as fol Kenluck), consisting of lows Tract No. 1 contains 50 acres on THEWARF1ELD which is a Rood spring No 2 conThis stallion haa proven himself tains Gr. acres and Is watered by pond No, 3 contains CO acres, extra one of the bert reeders In Kentucky Rood soil and will produce any crop nnd Is n very line Individual, rcs.rd. " J. rS33Ss35TXii.ft xS2Kji5ii2 r m (V$tts&$&ii&i!SG )Si05iiXie - We Have This Season -i fj Just Received a Big Line. ft KWmmmuaaaaaaaaaaaaWaaaaaaaaaaavlmaaaaaaaaaakL dW 3M I ' '. "sasaasaafasaBBMWsfcsalsaBsaBsaP jrwwfmaaaaaaaaaakaaaaWKaaaaWUi L. L. SANDERS, ! I ! Crab Orchard, Kentucky, ft 'W 'l IT BBsjBJSBHDBBBBaBVtBaaV" X'1 aBsaBflsaHsaWSBFsf i VsHHsaaHBHRSTS aaMkaaaWlanaaWaJ:aW t, - aWaWmfwi i m Cook Farms First Annnal Sale tSreatest event of the oolts and fillies, ready. Every 50 ;w r- Ha jbxiUta ' v - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th kind ever held In Kentucky. All 60 saddle mare, The Hoosier;Drill i - )4'S Wilh All (U. litt'est Improvements jennets and colts, V registered. Catalogues nq one of these Jennets should be kept In Kentucky, .J.F.JCPDK&CO., . Lexington,kKy. a iv Uyn aavthinj to in tbo sell We can make it Jo your si interest to. pay us a call. . ttaBBBBBBBBBMSBBaBBM ISO 4 contains 72 acres. Rood sprlna and 10 acres of tobacco land. No. 5 contains 5f. acres, has tine water, and on this plot Is a sevon-roorbrick house, Rood dry re liar, four-stal- l stable and nil other necessary No, G contains 12 acres and Is In blue rrass and hnn lino watt r No. 7 contains tr, ncres, lino spring water No. 8 contains :! acres and haa tine sprlnR wator. No 9 contains 32 ncres and has Rood running water No, 10 contains 40 acres and hao trood pond. No 11 contains 147 ncres, bne running wator from Vndowr'a spring;. 40 acres In bluo Rrnss. No 12 contain 124 acres and la suitable for any crop and lays well, con ententes unsurpassed, water about half o( this tract Is in blue grass and clover, and on this tract Is one of the best tobacco nnd stock barns In Jessamine county, servant quarters perfect. Rood coal house, bugR house, hen house, smoke houso, orchard, garden bed of atrawberrles and grope arbor No. 12 Is one of tho inoet deslroblo places to live In the whole county and haa ocry Improvement, school, church and railroad close, and on the prospective line to Kichond. These tracts wilt be sold as a whole In order named and then resold as follows Tracts No. 1, 2 nnd 1. as a whole, tract No i as a whole, tracts No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 as a whole, tracts 8, 9 and 10, as a whole, and tracts No. 11 and 12. the home placo, separately, thpn all of the tracts with tl. exception or 0. 6. 7, 11 and 12 will be sold as a whole. A twenty-foo- t road touches each tract of land. to Inspect .this la Invited farm and crops Possession for seeding purposes Riven at once, tticb tract of land win b surveyed br the county surveyor. TKHM8 ON LAND Onehalf cash, balance In two and threes years with Interest ou deferred payments at 6 per cent, per STOCK AND fARM IMPLEMENTS. Iu0outhdowsaep, 2 brood mares . at aide. 2 work l mare with horses, 2 youo;sjeldIngS, pws. harrows, wheat dryU.jeHtllvatorf, double shovels, rolle, et,cv over 10, cash; TERMS URder that amount fix Maths' lime, with a good note beirtBgft'per.cent Interest. BtnoV and lUanlasaeutJl will be sold at tho homt.isVice. at 1 a m- - and land sale wUlLbegin on tract No, 1, In the rear ofAPatton- - place. a POWHATAN Will also bo sold brcder, an excellent Ho Is a Individual ftno and show hnrsu. Onn 3- - ear-ol- d Pea vino stallion, a fin Individual and well broken; ono yearling Peuvlne stallion, a blue ribbon wlnnet and o hnndsome colL' nice brod marca and 'colls by Sldt nnd as handsome as can be; all., by The- - Werlteld; four brood mares, alt safe In foal to JackJ one harness mare, very fine; two harness horses ;- - one horse, very One; ono ham harness mare, very tine; ono harness mare, very fine; harness geldings; three two yearling fillies, very fine All of this young stuff Is by The Wnrfleld and out of tho very bst bred 'mares, such as O V Clay, Gambettla Wilkes, Nsbotb, Dignity Dare nnd Ed Klin-boetc Two Peavlne fillies, good Jacks," black, ons; two ulcc with white points and tho bent broko jack In Kentucky; ono Jennet jack colt by aide. l.ot of other Jenets all bred to good l, Jjrks. Klvo nice mnro mules, fine workers and strictly good; one pair splendid horso rDitlpsjwcll broke and young; one strictly good yearling mare mule; oue yearling horse mule; one mulo colt; six splendid feeding cattlo; 8 splendid .butcher heifers. will' see some or tb best individuals that has ben offered for sale In a long time all bred up to the top Terms of salo will be made known on day of ealet The-'publi- C au. mtye-'.co1- Col. 1 P. SJiOwes& f MieKlaViey, ChaBMlerVATict:' V Soi, Ky. MUUV to "TAI unc r irBH-s.mp- i aasaaVITlf' TmisaBsaBl . mr FARMERSrRaad This if Yw Navt SlMif -- Both Phones. HENRY C. MUIR, KoufcM. NIcholasYllle. Ky, , ESaSBaBMVdSSSSa Ma I every day in tlt Sunday. Bring Oil .aTJBBmrr ai.w.-a.'r'nBaB- V. Lambm-M- or I Beat market iu y t it Mutton IslaBK Tbit'f whr proflU an In atiavp " JH with plenty of t u S to ! fvl.In. but SmW ,proflu dbIcmvon emnnot jour tbt bjf SaMfl aalmali too imp H r I.c ureyille or Lexingtc l outside of ed and water best covered B H.Om from worm. STANFORD, KYr WealsQ do a general hitch and feed business. T 1 SHE? T lllv N ut: I: fH' I C N:v s Stock Yards t BaBBaBBaBBaaWU ft. . l anMBaBBaBBaaBal :" sTMXVX ;7"ll II aRsmMW I PUBLIC SALE tttXSjttgaiy (. awE?mWn AV M. '. It F VR J.IW ' fl su ' 11 ' - " VsjJK 'SSMySr' rf "public 3Al;e. FOR 3LE af Hsjvk ,v CAIJ-CUCm.m m r i JaFlaVvX") hm Bawl 1 wm i decided to give up farming on account of poor nealtb, I will on Wednesday. 8eil. 21st, 1910, offer for outcry at my farm t&lelat auoiK inreo .tuuus houui ui ouciujt Cityjfon tb Hustonvlllo and Danvlll ono brood inure, mowing hay raUe, new, two horse wagib, eight hogi, one MeisT, some good bay and many other srtlcHs loo numerous to Teff.h --Cash. x L. P. C'OFFMAN ers tone good bull, gbi yearling filly, 150-pou- tureplhe, near'Bowen at 0 o'rlotk a m.,ltbe following described property iVo uillk cows, four 2 year old belt- to s -- " sntilS? Auct. yity.tfr 4. IV Ulntidltr. oran, not ' V wtll pMltlTtlr claa oet tfca mtmtw athtf .SI IBk ,.Anlv In 8mnll we)l mproved farm outsld vfK -- MUnalonfAnr fth.D. bat Id ootfr work 4M roarplaca. Tbla IP 1 rwnlr will dtrOT and unI T.rr Pf town limits between Stanford an "raVlartwocm.lMTlDiUiaaolBialrrnladlcwl ij acres- goo Rowland containing 25 house, out 'houses new barn fin young orchard", wator at house, an asaasaaV. jflLaaM dTftlAIULO. barn. Would make a good dairy o .truck farm for right man. I also hava farm of 104 acres of uu Improved land situated on OIx rlvei and county road. This land Is all In grass except 10 acres which Is In cult JBaBBaBBaBBaBBaaB JBBBBaBBaBBaBBaaL I vutlou. This land will grow line t bacco or corn and has some fine tlm I Stf'Vml ! Ur ber on It. Will soil cheap and raak (JTt , terms to suit the purchaser or will For lnforj tradefor town property. matlon write or call"oa me at Row. Franlc Cordler. land 1 J The care veMlilva atoalr. easee (ally in feecuna', U returned to you ten fold in good hard cash. Keep your Horses, Cows, Sheep and Hogs In good condition and free from woraa bjr feeding Qmim G?Py 2 - saMk .m jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH SALlpfEF salt is easy to feed and coats but Kttle. It puts the animals' stomachs This wonder working medicated Snd intestines in perfect condition, so that every particle of food to dl- eated Sat'Vmt 5 Dos itsand assimilated. positively. work quickly and A package for , H U Btaaofaatand CWraUnd. Ohio, ga.,1,.,. 75 cents. fry 8. B. Fail Cft. h, v iPence BrOS.. Stanford, KentuckyO" 5 Having decided to Quit farming, I will offer for sale at my home two miles from Stanford on tho Huatou-vlll- e pike on P. lleld's farm, known as Uif Will Hays placo on Saturday, Oct 1st, 1P10. aiy personal property, cony sisting of stock, farming Implements, Undtmaker and Embalmer. two brood marcs, ono pair horso, two 2 lvorses, one STANFORD, ! KY- jear-olnflles.'four milk cows two With calves, coe Jersey heifer, one pare mules, 23 good B- pair 'rtiw LiviirT bogs,' good 30 yearling cattle. Depot Street, of farming Implements, consltlng . wagons, plows, harrows, binder, mowers, rakes, one lightning hay press, STANrOHD, lOBNtsJCKY. . lt .good repair and other things too . ,. CUTfLOWCrttFOII-MLE- ! ntiateroua .to taentlon. Sale begins at 9 a. in. Terms made publla with th Nt. ,en lurnlib U of cut flownri. u1hU as of known on day of sale. MMtltrcUttpoiiea Dowtri, ua saort klndi, bulb, At same time Mr. F. Weld will db). aotle, Aha nutke sp6Ully( wrt& P0e of a number of hlce young. f tor tor funeral purirt. in Qonneoiiop wua iiipotv, qtv nil M. - MYUIIS. horses. kladt olvegstablsi on band at Tfpwnabl Col J. P Chandler, Auct ! ""'OUHIBTMANUUKKN HOUHErt. ' KDJIUaUAMDrl'KOK. Htau'Td. Ky. Cincinnati, Sept. 19. Cattle slow, lOfjUGc 3.33C, market For Sale NIc0 residence on Main lower; fair to good shippers 5 767 ttreet in Stanford, Ky,. the frontage Hogs Hecelpts 2.253.85. common 3.410; market slow, 10 20c lower; of lot largo enough for another buildi.nirhor. nnl htnnera S9.6S09.7C; ing lot Alt accessary outbuilding. common J09.2S. Sheep1U- Hecelpts Everything repair, - Lamas 1.1JZ malket strong" A bargain, see L. It. Hughes, 12.790. -- Market strong, 13 50(07 1G. d D. CARTER. fhonea. a. . , ts od Cf Frlc,