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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r THE INTERIOR JOURNALcOJ VOLUME XXXVLL HTMWORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY llE DAY SEPTEMUEIt 27th 1910 No ti1 WANTS SOLDIERS TO GUARD PELLMAN FORI JUDGE WALKER ASKS TROOPS OVER STRONG PRO TEST OF LOCAL OFFICERS Over thq vjgoroui protest of tiller Iff W L McCnrty nnd all of the 1ln coin county officials Circuit Judgo Lewis L Walker has called upon tho Governor to furnish a detail of itnto r Koldier tc protect the negro Shny r Pollmnn who will be tried at a Ipo clap term of court here Wcdiiesdi for assaulting Nancy the 10yearold daughter of Lo0 Rankin a proa b runt farmer of this county HI1lrlff J a McCnrty plead wlUi Judge Walker not j to dlngrncu Lincoln county by send ing armed men here to guard th0 prll oner Insisting that ho and Isle dep tics are amply able to protect the no gro Do told the judge that ho would wear in all tho dpputlcs nccesnai to guarantee htm absolute protectlc in the event there was any IndlcntU of mob violence but Judge Walker Mid ho bad certain Information of plans to take the negro from the of ficere and lynch hint nnd he was not JudFIsaid that ho from n most reliable source that a neon from tho Hubble section of tho county where tho Kanklns live wou to in Louisville tomorrow Tucsda when Pullman was taken from jail there by Shcrllt McCarty to bo y w brought back hero for trial and 1m mediately otter the officer had loft this nine would wlro tho Information to others here who are in the plo ills musag0 would read MJlas Ielt hero to bw about cattle and Ullt would Indicate that the negro had len on the train for Stanford The ptan then all outlined to Judge Walker ho says wns for the negro to be take away trunk the officer between Jam tlon City and Stanford and strung up before ho cuild lie gotten here whor ho could bo protected Judge Walker said that Ihjo information was given him by n man high in church circle in Lancaster and ho felt that it wa reliable Sheriff McCarty pointed out budge Walker the forbearance with which tbtt Meson Hankln bid handle tb0 situation when they theniselve arrested the negro and brought him to town and turned hint over to tbe officers He said that he believes everyone was satisfied that the law would take Us course and justice beI meted out to the criminal and convinced that there would be no ef- forta on tho part of anyone to take Un law Itno his own hands and If there should be felt sure the officers wen arapjy able to cope with any attuatioi a which might arise Sheriff McCart aald ho felt keenly tho reflection upon tho offices of tho county that the bringing of troops to protect the negro would be nnd he wanted It fully un doratood that It weal done over tda emphatic protest Tho letter which Judge Walker wrote to Sheriff Mc Carty apprising him of his decision lit the matter reads as follows Letter to Sheriff McCarty Danville Ky Sept Ztttu 1910 Dear Mr IcCafty I ha o carefully considered the matter wo diseased as to tho PcltmAD rate and I think It my duty to request the Governor to furntrti a guard I do this knowing that you are opposed to it and think you can cope with the situation un tnta account I do BO reluctantly but nevertheless I feel It u y duty tc do so Tho law docs not stake any adequate provision for you to pay uny guards and deputlen and 1 s feel that you should be furnished this assistance to preserve order and take care of tho situation at the trial I dot afro to nsHuro of my absolute confi dance in your Integrity and courflgo and I believe that you would use every effort to take care of the matt ter but I feel that tho action I have taken will absolutely guarantee peace and order at this trial which I conald er necessary above all things oleo I have written the governor to com municate with you as to whero the troops will report to you You will kindly communlcat0 with him over tho phone and go yourself to Louis vllle to convey the prisoner to Stan ford and make such arrangements as will fully protect the situation fhe matter Is in your hands and I know that yon will act In the iffettor so as Uflhsuro that no disorder w violence shall occur In any way It you deslro to communicate with ma further you can do so over the phone at Lancaster Sunday or here Monday or Tuesday Assuring you i again of my confidence In you as an and of my kindest personal re ytBard 1 am Yours very truly LEWIS L WALKER I SOMERSET TROOPS COMING I A special from Somerset says Capt CoIpnnythin afternoon to take his company to Lebanon and guard Walter Pellman the negro who IB charged with rape In Lincoln county The militia with 60 men will leave hero In the morning to- go to Lebanon and take the negro to Stanford nnd gnrd him during hili trial which will be fold begjnnh Wednesday Attorney Hen Smith 011 the city an uncle of the child assail ed will go to Stanford tomorrow to be present at the trlnlIPooling Committee NAMED INVESTIGATE CONDITIONS AT LEXINGTON Lincoln conty tobacco growers nt their mass meeting held Saturday decided to send a committee to Lex inijton thU Week which will UK t with th0 Executive Hoard of tho Burley Tobacco Society and Inves gate thoroughly the pooling plan pro posed and retort back to a llIalll meeting of thu growers hero next Hal urlny Five prominent growers wore sc looted an this committee MCSHI Clarcnco Tate Nevln Carter Jan WII Mama P T Dock and D II Adam It U said to be probable that 1rci dent Clurrnci Lebti of tho JJurley Tobacco Society will himself attei tho meeting hurt Saturday when tho qestlon of putting on a sound pool fn Lincoln will be discussed fhe Paint Lick grower havo appointed a slmtlqr committee romps rd of Woods Walker W O Kemp W C Wlnn and Walker Gwyn We a committee will go from Lancast composed of Arch Walker Arch Kan nnniiRh J A Ross Wm Rose nnd Mr Wells The sentiment orpool Is grow- Ing fast In this section there Is no doubt and tome definite action Is ex peeled to be taken at these meetlni nxt Saturday Live Saving Campaign- OF DR CARPENTER PRAISED BY STATE MEDICAL JOURNAL The Kentucky Medical Journal In Its current Issue says Important Work of Dr Carpenter In the hopo of Inciting others to emulate It the attention of the pro esslon Is called to the lifesaving cam- palKn being conducted In Lincoln COU9 ty under the leadership of Dr J U Carpenter of Stanford Ho Is speal tig to popular audiences usually twlc on Sunday and once or twice during the week the meetings being held In hurchea and school houses minister earners and other leaders of publl pinion joining heartily In the dli union The work Is entirely edt ntionnl the burden of the lay ler tons being to tell tho peopleIn n lain practical way how and why ty itpld fever tuberculosis dlptherli bolera lufantum and the other domes tic pestilences which lay such a heav oil upon health and life In Kentucky every year can be prevented with far ess trouble and cost than Is now re lulred to care for the sick and bury the dead for these diseases Dr Carpenter Is not a rich man but Is a buy ucceccful surgeon and his example I i the moro Important In view of the propo ul of the State Board of Healtl to divide the State Into ten or mar unitary districts with a superintend ent In each to join the county peels lea and health officials In just such 1 ampnlgn us this In every county ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Misses Lillian Gamer and Alan ubble who have been the guests of lisa Nancy Ware at McKlnney have pturnert to their home at Crab Orchard Mrs Noodle Hale and little bliss nnette Wray have returned from R a visit to Mrs T W Splnk near Leb anoaU Minnie nUll Y MA gone to acksonvllle Fla where she 11- 1ceacb tills year Master Lynn Pence has been quite Ick for the past week His physic lans aro fearful of fever Mrs M D Elmoro who has been letting In Campbcllsvlllo for the pasl two weeks has returned home Mrs Mary Owens of Somerset 1- 8tho guest of Mr Jolm Rout and family A little son arrived at the home ol 111 and Mrs Walter Walk r on last uesday The little one has been n11n- cd Walter O Jr Mr J F Hill Is visiting his daugh tfor at Horse Cave Ijnslgn R Caswell Saufley U S N- III on a visit homo of two weeks Mrs C P Stucky or Louisville Is pending a few days with her parents Mr and Mrs W L Murphy on Whitley avenue Mrs Mitchell of Lafollette Tenn III visiting her aunt Mrs W L Mutt phY Mr and Mrs Horace Mount of Lan rater are goats of Mr and Mrs J e Hays Mr Hays has been qlte III- for several days Mr Mack Huffman still continues and is confined to his room Not a minute should be lost When a child shows symptoms of croup mmborlalna Cough Remedy given as soon oa tho child becomes hoarse or oven after tho croupy cough appears will prevent the attack Sold by Pennys Drug Store r DIES SUDDENLY IN- FARAWAY MEXICO ED MCCARTY BURIED A WEEK DE FORE FAMILY HERE LEARN ED OF HIS DEATH Slmrlff W L McCarty on Saturd received tho shocking and distressing of the death of Un son Ed McCar which occurred nt Tuxtepec State of- oaxnrnkMexlco last Saturday morn death was sudden nnd was Immediately due to a congests chill so the letter which Sheriff Icarty received from one of the Amerl can friends of young McCarty 111111 He had keen feeling Indisposed a few days previously but seemed better the day before his death I arty that morning however he bad gone to tho room of one of his comrades and ask ed for some water Ho was given It and went back to his own room Shortly after be wag found In an ex plrlnp condition and though a pfiysi Ian wns summoned nothing could be done for him The letter Informed Sheriff MeCt ty that the Governor of tho town or Mayor as Americans would call him telegraphed the news of his death tn Mr McCarty here No such telegra was over received by the Sheriff however and he will have an investlg tion nuule The body of young Mc Orty was burled in Mexico His rnth cr would like very much to have tho remains brought back to Kentucky for Interment but the letter Informed him that It would probably be dlffl cult to have this done under the laws ofMexicoEd loft Lincoln coun about two and a half years ago anti for a tlmor1 In lmlnif In Marta South Onifoa Hearli atf ihj IuJr kr advvibuvi of Uxlf lit Ws lot there lu Miiuir rii l 7 iirnid a partncrnhl Yh another Aniortcti In the r al a+tat iiufHutt and wi 11 Ioing wet H ys ul years uj rp miner1 nmrrii and was of a wholesouled and genial disposttlc n which made him friends wherever ho went He wets the son of Short McCarty by his first wife Tho symputhY of Ue entire com munlty will go out to the grief stricken family In this hour of deep be reavement Lincoln Farm Sales MUCH TRADING IN LOCAL PROP ERTYVALUES GO UP Lincoln county land continues ac lively In demand and Is scarcely a day but some sale of farm lands not mad Land values have Increased greatly since the price of tobacco tfis gone up and land that sold for ISO 60 Is now going at 100 and over and 10 an acre six months or sot age J J Moser sold last week his fan of 139 acres In the TurnersvUlo section to S L Sanduaky at 100 an Dcre Mr Mcoer bought this place about six months ago for 180 an aero ColM P Chandler sold 6n Saturda for TlnMey Spoonamore the latter place near Pruachersvllle of 110 acre to A T Nunnelley for 3600 A GOOD POSITION Can be bad by ambitious young men and ladles In the field ot Wireless tr Railway telegraphy Since the S hour law became effective and since bo wireless companies are establlst ng stations throughout the countr there Is a great shortage of telegraph tn Positions pay beginners from nO o 90 per month with good chance of advancement The National lets mph Institute operates six official natitutoa In America under supervls on p1 1It and Wireless UCficlal md places all graduates Into poet Ions It will pay you towflto then for full details at Cincinnati O or hllndelphla Pa FARM FOR SALE 80 acres tying 1 12 miles west of Ugbland a good cottage and out louses barn etc 6 fields fenced bout 35 acres In cultivation plenty or water Reason for selling out notable to work on farm Price reasonable JAS AKING 698 Business Is poor said the beggar Said the undertaker Its dead I Falling off said the rldlng school vacher The druggist 01 vial he said Its all write with me a aid the author1 Picking up said the man on the dump My business is sound quoth the andsman Said the athlete Im kept on the j1ll1lP rho bottler declared It was cork g The parson Its good answered he I make both ends meaty said the baotrherrlto tailor replied It suits me Chamberlain s iotte Cholera and larrhoea Remedy Is today the best nowh luedlclhe lit use1 for the relief and dhreotxbovvel complaints It cures griping diarrhoea dysentery and should be taken at the first un atural looseness of the bowels Il- Is equally valuable for children and lults It always cures Sold by Pen ra Drug Store MANY MULE COLTS AT LANCASTE BIG COURT DAY CROWDW I WILLIAMS TO MOVE TO OKLA IHOMAGARRARD NEWS I Lancaster Sept 26 One of the largest crowds ever seen in Lancaster on a court day was berl today and trading was active herl were about 800 cattle on the market goingInIn droves and high prices were asked 15Aat the court house in the afternoon whln u committee composed of Messr Arch Walker Arch Kavanaugh J HOSH Wm Hoss and Mr Wells wore named to go to the big tobacco met t- Ing In Lexington and report back hert to the aowera next Saturday at 1 11 oclock when a big meeting will be planCongressman waa hero Monday and given a hearty gret ing by his many friends In this county The Womans Club met Friday att imoon with Mrs R E Mclloberts The members of the linptlst congr gallon held an ice cream supper at the homo of Squire Uourne rhIay nightJ M Mount has been made mty Assessor j Judge W M Shugars nnd faml will leave shortly to reside In India npolls His fon O w Shlgars la meeting with much success In the real estate business In his aopted horn I Dr J O Parsley of Deadwood South Dakota nnd Miss Uertha L 8an ders of tills city were united in wed locks holy bonds in the city of Jcffe Bonvllle The ceremony was pronoui od by Magistrate James S Keegwln Mr T B Walker Is at home from Battle Creek Michigan where he went for treatment over a week ago and reo ports h0 was greatly benefited by his stayAt tho supper given at Hyottavll 468 was realized and a Union church building will bo erected soon In which the Baptists Presbyterian Methodist and Christian people will meet for worship Mr P nks Hudson and family will leave Lancaster in November to roo side in the adjacent city of Danvllli Mr Hudson has purchased a resident in Danville paying 7250 Elder F M Tinder will be at tome from a visit In Texas and fill his pulpit at thn Christian church Sunda morning and evening Mrs Martha Spratt died at ber home near Preachersvllle at the advanced n of 92 years She had been nn invalj Tor more than two years blr VAn etta ot Washington City was In lancaster the past week view lag several sites for a handsom government building for our town Phe place will be decided upon soon and then Garrards capitol can put m a few airs W I Williams and family will lean Jlncaater to become residents of the thriving city of Tulsa Oklahoma Mi Vllllama and wife have recently returned from a western trip and are much delighted with the progress or the citizens of Tulsa Miss Lucy Francis has returnee fora a visit to Mrs George Ballou of Richmond Mr and Mrs Lutbe Jlbbs and daughter Elizabeth are vis- Iting In Danville Mrs Wm Bogle of New Orleans Is with her parent VIr and Mrs W H Wherrltt Mlsse bertha and Bottle Walker Burnsldi lave been visiting Danville relatives Ira fJoodlop Lackey returned return tll from Battle CrcekMlchlgan Friday She was joined at Parts by Miss Jean Ie Lackey who had been with relatives tllsn Maude Wilson has returned to ter home In Richmond after a visit jo her sisters Meadomeg Gott and Mil ler Mrs J W Miller Miss BettU tllller and Mrs James H Koystoc aro visiting Mrs Samuel Miller it Cnoxvllle and taking in the Appalach- Ian Exposition The following named vere In attendance at the W C T U Convention In Danville Mesdames lebccca West Fannie Farra Kd Price and J Austin Miss Mabel Mason vis ted her parents In Richmond Satur day and Sunday HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy cI keep hogsC healthy and free from Iseasc for Bcenls per hrtad per month Cholera Kills Vonips Stigitilatesthe Appetite AIds Igestton and causes hogs to fatten very rapldJf This remedy Is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the country Come in ant let us tell you about It Sold by Now Stanford Drug Co Mr and Mrs Jesse Price of Row Iqud are welcoming fine young son home i Dont waste your money buying tasters when you cant get a bottle of bambcrlalns Liniment for 2i teats A piece of flanpel dampened with this rorllamohest arid much cheaper Sold by ennys Drug StoreIDont forget the big sale of James otter near danvllle Wednesday Ho offors R fine farm and much other 1Bturr r Narrcw Escape JOHN LYNN LOSES HORSE AND BUGGY IN HIGH WATER Whllo returning from McKinney by SaturdayJoh11blgh water His buggy was overturned throwing him out lie tried to cut the harness loose but the water was BO swift It was Impossible to reach the horse His buggy was total ly wrecked and the horse drowned Mr Lynn was lorced to make a hard fight to save himself Dr Dickey Remains Here REASSIGNED TO M E CHURC BY CONFERENCEt Everyone will be glad to know thnt Uov I 1 Dickey was reassigned to the Stanford Methodist church as pastor for another year by the Con fcrence which has Just closed Its lies slons at Hnrrodsburg this being the 89th annual session Dr Dickey and his consecrated wife have won nil hearts during their fbjourn In chargo of the flourishing caiurch here and are doing a splendla wxpk In His vineyard I The reports of the preachers at tbe Cor rence showed arked advnncf in all the departments of work Two Iohfercnce evangelists were put In the Held for the coming year The Versailles church tendered the Confer race a home for tie free use of superannuated ministers which was ccept pd U will be built during the neJ t year and deeded to the church in ptr petulfy A board of trustees was appointed to hold In trust this and oUt or homes that may be donated to the same purpose For the endowment of the Carnegie library to be built at Ken leyan College at Winchester 400 was subscribed during tile sesalo Bishop Kllgo of Durram N C who presided over the Conference Is n man of remarkable gluts v Fought on Street PROMINENT BOYLE COUNT MEN MIXUP IN DANVILLE neat little setto between two prominent Danvlll0 citizens was sup pressed by the Danville papers lallt week The atfalr occurred on Wednesday when Charley Caldwell a son of Jerry Caldwell approached attorne John W Rawllngs In front of the Ha hrs tailoring establishment and without no much as by your leave planted a hard right swing to tbe attorney peek hone Mr Rawlings was wear- Ing nose glasses and the blow cause hem to break an edge of the glasses milting his cheek severely and caui ng much blood to flow The two men then grappled and were engaged in a sort of catchai atch can affair when separated The attack on Mr Rawllngs by yir Caldwell Is said to have been jaused by certain reflections upon tho otters varaclty Indulged in by the attorney In a speech before a jury In Ihe Boyle court a few days previous Broke an Ankle MRS J S RICE SUSTAINS VERY PAINFUL INJURY Mrs J S Rfce fell on the pave neat In front of her home on Monda norning and broke both bones In her eft ankle The pavement was wet md caused her to slip and fall The occident is a very painful one but her many Iriends will be glad to knm hat It is not more serious Mr and Sire Wood Ayers were in dieted at Scottsvllle Allen county for thA murder of Mrs Wal bal mothe o Mrs Ayers and both have been ai steel Mrs Walthal was found dead gavebelawn and killed herself but the Coroner found she had been dead for a day and wounds were on the body SOMERSETS POPULATION F The census bureau of Washlngto h8 announced the population nf Somerset Ky as being 4491 It bad In 1 MJO 3384 Itand Mrs J M Cress or the reachprsvlllef neighborhood are rtlends ion the arriVal of a beauti lvlnR4oBgmtillatloB3 ot their mans CIII little Daughter In their homo Four young ministers came Into full nnectlbn with the 111 E Conference In session at Harrodsburg They were- tlte Rev J B Harris ot Lexington tbe Rev R B lurch of West Liberty tbe Rev W R Johnson of Beech ork- silll theiRev J B Moss 6f Clay City The S Ball of West Liberty was discontinued by the conference on the charge not attending to the duties of tbe church The Lincoln county Sunday school c invention will niiit wlihcthp fctan r rd Unptlst church Sntunlay Oct 1 10 at 930 aclocluA MWaiid will Id all day session For Bale Nice resilience on Main rtreet In Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large enough for another build ing lot AU necessary outbuildings verythlng In good repair Price 1750 A bargain see L R Hughes GOOD MEN FOR- ELECTION OFFICERS COMMISSIONNAMES s ELECTION NOV 8 eieCtlonCommlaglonera pointed the election otficers who will conduct the election on November 8th I when a congressman will be elected districtSheriff c momhercan member A C Carman Y The election otficers chosen are till good men and their set4etjon In peopleTheStanford No1 Nunnelley Luce Judge Stanford No2 BryanTlldgp j rierk Stanford No3 J II Engleman Sheriff W M JudgeJStanford No4 Sam Jo BeILSherlff H J Darst Jtdge Lllburn Gooch Judge Geo Car penter ClerkCrab Orchard No 1 D J Rlgsby Sheriff P E Parrlsh Judge W H Cummins Judge L L Sanders ClerkCrab Orchard No2 Sam Chandler Sheriff lea Holmes Jr Judge Simon Petroy Judge John Edmiston Clerk Waynesburg No1 AV F Camden Sheriff W D Hays Judge J R Williams Judge Baker al Rubble Clerk Waynesburg No2 Edward Murphy Sheriff W C Al ford Judge W D Johnson Judge J L Johnson Clerk WaynesbuVg No3- E H laugh Sheriff Hen laugh Judge T M Butt Judge O U Speaks ClerkHustonvllle No1 Ins P Goode Sheriff H H Crow Judge Cale Brown Judge W n Wil llama Clerk Hustonvllle No2 Walter McKinney Sheriff John Burton Judge John J Allen Judge Fred Carson Clerk Hustonvllle No3 H P Davis Sheriff JA C Hill Judge Lee Manning Judge John Carter Clerk i Huitonvllla No 3 J H Floyd Sheriff L IiiOwens Judge John Elliott Judge Joe VII llama Clerk MRS YOUNG SUCCUMBS TO CONSUMPTIONI Mrs Young wlte of W C Young who Is a fireman at power house of- Lho Stanford Water Light Ice Company died Sunday morning and was if burled at Mt Moriah yesterday after noon She was a daughter of Ben Hiatt and besides her husband she leaves five little children Get a 50cent box of Mlona stomach tallletl and rid yourself of indigestion Ick stomach atter dinner distress gaa cartburn and belching U L Penny guaranteed them PhbKc Sale and Renting Having decided to give up farming I will sell to the hlgheat bidder on Thursday Oct 6th 1910 Tht following personal property All kinds ot farming Implements such as wagons rakes mowers etc Two large work horses 1 family mare entle 1 brood mare by Enoch Arden 1 4yearold mare by Ualton 1 2year old filly by Dignity Dare 9 cattle 28 xtra good C mules one 3yearold 3 goods jennets 1 jack colt tnrPetyearolds 2 yearlings Also Iqt of corn fodder etc surrey buggy nickhnard harness and milk coWs RENTING At the same time I will rent mfarm or tnat acres mllewee- f It hag an necessary in JJroements 5 or six acres for tobacr co 27 acres fen corn 68 acres for 0 mall gralnj remainder in grass Jlctloneer Terms given on day of sale J J SPEARS More and Ky NOTICE j In the district cbart of the United d Statfg for the Eastern district of Ken icky f lui tho matter of William W White Sanford Ky Sept 19 1910 A meet- Ing of the creditors of the above nam eO who has been Adjudged bankrupt rill be beld at the office of referee In lanford Ky on the 30th day of Sept UO at 9 cclock a m to elect a trustee z for the estate of said bankrupt 1 IUld for tho transaction of other bust nuss as may come before the meeting omplj with Sec 57 of the bankrupt act cdncorning proof of claims ether Iso your claim cannot be allowed J N SAVNDERS Referee In Dank aptcy PUBLIC SALE In the town of Crab Orchard on Sat i lrday October 8th 1i0 I will olfer Cor sale at outcry the Dr Price Lore rom and lot near the depot at 130 p 1- 0rermsoaehalf cash and the remainder in one and two rears J P CHANDLER 4 r h THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALTWSIAY SKITKMBKR 27th 1II1Mq d TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 4 TORY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY i At U Per Year In Advance f HELTON 8AUFLEY Publisheri M Ii Batered at the Post Omce at Stan tend Ky as Second Clan mall r The woods are setting full of demo cratic candidates T6f State offices i next year Henry bosworth of Lex t Ington Ruby Laffoon of Madison Vllle and Frank Hager of Ashland 1are running for Auditor James Oar I nett of Columbia Is a candidate for Attorney General R S Eubank of e Lexington Barksdale Hamlett of Hopklnsvlllc 110 Winfrey of Mid dicgboro L C Uttrell of Owenton axe Miss Nannie Catlett of Princeton want to bo superintendent of Pub lic1 Instruction Woodson May Is a can didate for clerk of Court of Appeals and others are coming fast a Mo d5 w 1N44 FBe gIMoort1tlOnGraQed Bcbool I gay an i 6 drddiupr Saturday h night for We getting an ei A owd tirl4tt Drell- attdrevRrybodyaeetsted to enjoy ttem Helves Bro Blain preached at the Christian cMpcM Sunday nlntit A tarifficroivdwAit preseni y Jfetn jntlitt wlfo br Mr had Mrs girltof Somerset h are visiting relatlveaat this place t Mr endMrs Rlgney visIted their daughter at NIchbltsVille and also friends In Cincinnati i Mr and Mrs John Walls are mbv lug to CorWn The farmers of this section are very busy getting their tobacco In the dry houses Mrs Stella Gooch will leave this y place Sunday to visit friends and relives In Lexington Mrs Betla Trusty will visit haunt In Cincinnati for a rew days Mrs Lena Butt will leave Sunday tlor Covington where her husband is work I Mrs Wallace Walter has jbsti tfirneift from a visit in Cincinnati 1 BrOdhead f- J W HutcnebVfyft Monday for Stanford to make preparations for i the opening of+ the State Bank l Trust Company of that place fchlch f will be Oct Mdreland Sullivan of WIlllanjBourK was in town Sunday and MondayU B Cass of Ftawftb Tenn was at home first or Wok 1 Mrs Mary Albright and Miss Grace Mc Call attended the funeral of Mrs r Ie C I Sutton lltIt Vernon Weds dayJler and James Barnette nnd- r Byron Owens left Tuesday for George college Wed enteredtown where tljejf f nesday Shirley fate was In town Sundny Vorllenton was In ititPercy 1MrsWednesday on businessTII- ng 1 Vrodbead Graded 8chool Is prwress of the In Jllcely and on accounta attendance It will be necessary creased add another room to the 111 Spacious school bulldlugJready his position Elder has resignedcoili and return with the Pine nl1l eciiool of hisaccountto Atodhead on ed areCoLumberhea1thfhe Lyons running re ulnrty every day and furnishing enployment to a large number of menr Brodhead is ceruttaly fortunate to secure such an entlrprlse The UCl3rll of Trustees hnvc made n sweeplnK order to concrete sldpwalkl y crossing toextending front railroad corporation limits Your complexion as well as your temper is rendered miserable by a disordered liver By taking Chainbr Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets you t can improve both Sold by Pennys Drug Store 4 jculng Announcement I Saturday Sept 24 10 J You are cordially invited lo attend our Semi iF Annual Diplay ol Fall Millinery We will show the SEASONS Latest Creations in Eau cnt and Domettic Pattern TturtSng you will arorut witha call LRepey Noel Sisters DANVlLLE KY t Skin r Affecti ns WHETHER ON INFANT OR CROWN PERSON CJJRED BY ZEMQ ANP ZEMO SOAP N An Unu ffer f1Ihe man at Ih1cirg storm elfS every person be it man woman m child who has an Irritated tent et G r itching skin to conte t3 our iiore all a bottle of z3itOand a 1procureZEMO soap and Kiu ire nql i entirely satisfied with the results i come back and get your money Sr confident are Weof the efficacy oi clean simnte treatment that we make you this usual otterathisZRMOI a clear liquid for external use that line cured so many cmsea ol 1cczelBalltmple dandruff and other forms of akin eruption ZEMO and XEiMO soap are the moat economical as jwll as the cljnejB and most ef laetlac treatment tor alfectrons 91 seal on ttlralttB I wn JtCiiin4 tJitIIDrug1IStore q kf rll n e 1 df4atA l RTS3sIKA j I am gM to Trrltc r endorse- mentof thegrt remedyr eraha I do to most heartily Julla Marlowe Any remedy that benefit dignUon Jtrengtliens the serves The nerve centers require nutrition If the digestion is Impaired the new centers become anemic and nervoms debility Is the TeAnlt Parksville Mss Una Overatreet his rJfiitJB3 from a visit to her aunt Mrs JohnW- 1bc111tk at Danville 1Mt Mrs 0 T Clelland and children of Ml dleaboro yrho hftve teen guests of Mrs T RF Clellanrf toft Monday to vis it her father Jt J Gregory atvSprJng fluid Mr Rid Mrs lei lsmtn BoJIIng and Miss Ma F Pltraan are visiting Mr Kittle long at Birmingham Ala Miss IhalHareErnest wept to on Thursday to visit iho Appalachian Ex position H Alvin Westerfleld left Sunday to visit friends at Livingston London and Berea Jftrry Hopper who lives abctuqn mile west of this place was ur Ished picking his crop ot strawberries which makes two crops he has raised this year He describes them as be pfdellflp8flavorMr Roy Westerflcld of this place who has been working m the telegraph office at Hemp has been transferred to New Haven W f Rose of Lebanon Junction got to thinking about the delicious his cult his mother makes so hcamfe home on Sunday and laid In a James I Weste ftieftfbPthH 31eee owns a vibllri which weighs Only 13 ounces and bears an Inscription in its interior which reads 88folloWs An t nlus Stradvarlous cremon Faciebel Anno 168- 7Robert Tarklngton tos rented for next year the Salt Rhier farm belong ing to 2tlray George TafklHgtdn He gets posse alon January 1st A SIG eCIad wnfesMrsEthelNcwlin of Liberty Center Ind that I began to false Car dylrorit has cured me never forget It I cannot praise Cardui too highly for what it did ganfobad color suffered great pain and weighed only 105 pounds Now I a good do not suffer Md 125 Ibs ESJ Take =CARDUI The Womans Tonic Beware of strong nox ious mineral drugs that systemlikea basin of water Cardui is purely vege table and contains no poisonous minerals or dangerous drugs It is perfectly safe and harmless for use by old and young and may betaken as a tonic fort possibl8 STIRRING TIMED i we are having fn the building line We carry a lull line of lime plaster cement and ever thing else needetl for building Everything purchased here will bo found ot the best quail ty and the best for intended purposes We will save you trouble and unnoces vary expensq byfeeDcUngto w lar ak r it estimate J i fc JA ALLEN JstlirdKy t ttr I 1 1r 41 4 tj i A = PROM f1 P 1V 1EN fT7t of all losses is a feature of the fire Insurance companies we represent Have us Issue you a policy so that In caso fire does come YQu will be In saved In a company that makes prompt and liberal settlements Our companies neither haggle over pen nies nor stand on trivial technicali J ties W S FISH 6TANFORD KYPHONE 200 eIr We have asawmln for sale with I40horse power bailer 30 hp engine a new saw mill tpr ealet ii caah once In two four and six tdonthf- alih gbot r aotes lugs if iii Planing Mill KingaTMouataU a y It I nc t I FOR SAtEl ti Small well mproved farm outside of town limIts between Stanford and Rowland containing 25 12 acres good bouse out houses new barn flfafc young orchard water at house and barn Would make a good dairy or truek fsrln for tight man I also have farm of 104 acres of un improved land situated off Dlx river- tnd county road This land la all in grass except 18 acres which lain cultt ration This land will grow fine to bacco or corn and has some fige tim ber on It Will sell cheap and make terms to suit the purchaser or will Made for town property For Infor jaayon write or can on me at now and Frank Cordler rtiREAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over nglu in lessened doctprs bill But you must be sure that It Is real It isnt the white basin and nickeled pipes that make sanitary plumbing It Is the way they are put together Have us do your plumbing Wo have the know howW K WARNER phone 188 Stanford Ky NB B Northcott LANCASTERKVBUYER All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Fggs 181Jc liens 10llc Fryers IMZo- Turkeya 1213c Ducks it 78c- b544eRoosters per lb Hides per Ib 7c Feathers t 15 iOc LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR HRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 JG Riddle I CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds ot farm produce and am paying today for r liens a 12 to lOc iKggs I Mrri9c Springers II ton lcRoasters cliylo 6 l2c turkeys U to 13e 11IiCkat jlttoehi- des v 6 iS dc Feathers 15tor4a Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick en Feed for sale oV In exchanyefor s Produce Phone 20 B D CARTERT Hew LlverV ppokAStreet IUS 5TANPORR KEFj Y- tbill p II t 1 INO TROUBLE TO HARNESS If the harness Was bdghl here Out heavy harness especially li built so It Will not chafe br gall ever under tho heaviest pull Use It anc youll get more work oulof YOU horses Have less money to lay out for ointments and sore remedies too J C McCLARY Stanford Ky 3p 10a AN J h11 le m t KIN r4PtT J1114h1 KIPda p nlJt f3 es91hlfD rt theBeAt Qempanlpr Office af State BahkA Trust Cow STAN ORD ENTUbkYl Ia tqKSJEfc Abe Mlnkl r y Moreland Prop Ky JNew Betel Opposite Depot and Stable Special Rates to Traveling men Everythin0 dried tiEw Single Rooms R I It M NEWLAND Representing The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co The leadlBg aaaual dlvidead COm- pany Its distinction Is due to adher ence of successive managements to the princIple ctautuallty wWrBUftaINi DENTIST Office at Residence CRAB OC ptSY- DRr i j W PENNINQTON Dentlst Hours 83012 AM and 1 to 430 PM office Myers House flats Stanford Ky DRrw N CRAIG Oculist and Optlcfin JKfCI oVer JL J McRobwta WW Stanford Ky PRESSED STANDING BEAM GAL I VANIZED ROtiFltfcL LarseQl1antlUesCUtlt4 Irt Stock EADS TINI Phone 114IJOHN COOK Veterinary Surgecnand dentist Specialist on all horse and animal disease Stanford Ky Phone 1941 WILL ADAMS Livery all kinds of hauling Furniture Sapford KyPhone 173 METING Uneotn Lodge No II K ok A eachaut JL wlllmeel and i inii tnDIlIlxlnUe4tDWprelent T W VenlO- tUKtOQ IfeC f JdJ BELDEN or booie carriage fInd tlpn pnlntlnKd co rntlve pepfr ballKlnK alto biiKgy r l curtain telblaC1Jnucb LN TIWETHBLE I Nonotiihiitwr M N1CI V l4 A Net thlS O A CtNoH Nn NoT7te t Iofstlut AIIIJOs8d RICE A tentj YOU CAN BUYj Your coal cheaper right now than anytime in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at13 cts bushel Clean Cofcl t M No Slack Phone 11 JBnzgJhuln Co iFilflri i Wirifir Suiting i P ti t i to My new fall a dwlnter sampleilro now ready for your inspection They comprise tho best on the market 1 can suit any one as to price tvho has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any more than toad toWig ir1eK- silty ud Ic IgtjffUt tttDfim I and 1e0at1 t4Y1 Ig1JtJII1IItl McLi9 Hi t f1 IJ CI1IJ1 91 krae I tit aG f EJEOTHESTOt MEASURE=T J1 = To the ran who is LARD to FIT or HARI to PLEASE i ft t t I ir1 I 10 PaiYqrjoj t IJ Jot 11 ttt 337 t44 1m i11 IJlWr iIpp 1 rAnd p0a eyou We gttafajtteek t I r It J j i fit tin everyktail and The TJAi4 f or Itt a ITy IrafXLE and indi jdualtyY f ks P41 t1 t t t j f1 of our d t t tJI TAILORflAPE CLOTHESr It lit p s t rp f t t- lA ITyrAre SureTo Please you Biilt tp you own notion ftiadS to YOUB OWN MEA9UBE conforming i r t e1 a YOUjYWN SErAPE you aree U aJdibound to be satisfied We gpildyou A Suit 4t J r 1t twt a t A 50A to rw A c j rMII+ M1 rCilH j w 11V mcRpberte ti- rfi r It 1r f11 I tot r 1 1 l 8BEIJ3BEa a C3e r 37 uto xde s Y G L PentiyBR H Coffer E1 Coleml h Ice Dream Sola WaterRi i oipiLr p rap JqicJ mmStanford Kentucky mBB 3 1E Ef I L Be zleyco I 11 FInOi fa ere Also Deals s JrTB1- tuNl Mat I ntlt A 1will eacefemg Sraitnrckr ill Kindrof 13t0 Qipti- ane Call Pclyee lUght- S Mt1 pJt tI R CK y I Harry Jacobs Pler Inand JaftWtAofa- rBlVM m Cr nrteHonu J kertalldpoiitterT rnents and Law SaoICUT TLPWEKS FOB sALE I I can furnlthiht ptiblto vJltH tkebeste as- well ai the tresheat ol cat Dowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted noweri ontbortnotice Also snake a tpeclalty of wreaths t purpoioiIn above I have all klndi of vegetabici on and at reasonable firloei OHRIBTMAN t x1lonNi s 1 y IJhaIlaILUtBjalNitfI 1 t n J ofiln a 5 J dLy4w r W A TR1BBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford KenturKy f- eCONCRETING I iklgremaonsedogntoateneapot We are la potttlon to do all kind of COntIfWlrAR ee ltrstcII 1ta01tor If i J PHILLIp5 E OS i IgtlnfKjy I Hungryi i trw OArs on fInfordMeals served at all boars up to IhaOr x Best place la wn for a good quick meal Oooklng to inlt our emtonenoar ipeotalty Bplendldsew Use of fancy lOt drotsafles lI0t000eeeaa4wiohel pleijcriutter mills aktfWeetasliketc at an t1inb fpJr H tdrw 1 l 1 I 1t AiTHESTANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL flt r Zeiglers Ladies Shoes 4 Kid TopLow 7 2501f Sf tHKia vCupan Patent Top2Jrololl Patent 1f too JOO r 1 tW 375nITv r 1 y iI1 w I v I I There Is a new line of zsc Ij IPecla values at i bOXPII1 ftore J NOTESV j MraTJhn Bright Hr conUnucs Mqultejllacher hotafton Danville aver h aisd Slic floutI spent Friday in Banvtlltf- Mri Homer CupeoUf of Shelby vllle la the guest d her parents Dr and CCarpenerrrwMrM has been tilt b o err J W Williams kns reumiwMjuJMa homein WlserVa- v wrixfF gJy aHdtarally of We ICAVC on Tbura tealgteW oMesat HO River Or t- Htdk1AFAbIkilxtey his returned td Hlndraan to take up her work again ID the mountain school- MlHffieutahnVallln of thlrf cdUnty la visiting her uncle Mr Arthur Vtal llast CohnftbusV Ohio Mr J IN M6hefee and ton Judgo J Menefee Jr spent several days In Lexington Cashier Stanley Mcltoth of the Wa nesburg Deposit flank Wft9 hero OB business last Friday Under a handsome large portrait entitled She has bewitched Louisville soclttytko L6ul vlllo Times on Bat tirday aatf this ot Miss JUnleWII liams of Nt Wrrioni who U very popular hereII as one 1M fprcmost daughters Her li at Mt Vernon and she baa completed A visit to mends hita tf this city where she was the recipient of coniUat aeclal attsntloe ndca1fd evrfybedy who came spell of her gracious personality ffTdnSas Ureer of CirJcrnnatl was w atr home Sunday for a short stay Mrs J g Rico has returned from a visit to her mother In Cave City Mrs John Nevlus of Lebanon June MraJweek Mondayforsome spettfl doses in school work + Mf aBiMfit7THi BaagbMan iare Miss Maude Carter has gone to Swbereerelatives JHrniul AfrB W It Thompson and Miss Ilortha Hlncs returned to their homo at Manchester Ohio Friday af ttr o teryrpjeuant Malt wltb Miss Anna Goochnt McKinney Mr George Hopper Jr has matrlcu rated at Central tulvcrslty at Dan ville He says that prospecta are good for a big school jlhia year II nMollony and Miss Marie Mahony lelt Friday lo r Aliens vllle where they go to make their hums Mrs Belle West who has been thn Rtifeaf of Mrs W B OBannon has returned to her home In Lancaster Mm dense Wearen Is back from a vlli toe frttadftte Cincinnati Miss Bcssl0 Yantls has accepted a position 4n an art aad embroidery store In Mrs n M Nelrhndand baby have returned from a visit to rcteUrca In Louisville L Guess Whos Here Been looking anxiously 1 for tttentandtheya esa little later than rekelieAVetheysThe lasts are very much changed the vamps are shorter giving the Copt a tleck cdly better appearance v 1 Come inanh a pair pri It will take more than one shoe salesman to takethemoff of you w Kentucky 11 VIUtHbl wejekaVstaJblnJBtJOTfcA nt41alllhdallgbterMIls SHORT LOCA iN- To 1f1 loan 3600Apply this office The 4dICII Allffoelety tho Ust cll exchange In the post office Saturday Oct let0 For Sale23 tltlMMtoteedtf nice ones Dr Hugh Reid t 692 H MlssTEilfa Jot on Fr ray Sept 3o will bare display of fall and winter bats See them before you buy 602 r I You are cordially invitedto attend our fall opening of millinery Friday Sept 30th Misses Vandeveer 602 I I For Bale Good etgh room bvue with lot atd garden fad ill aecessfery outbuilding Also coal bibsllld store building WIth good stock ofI goods Terms reasonable Call or write to Mrs J C Napier Rowland Ky for gaitlcularsd Misses will have their open ing Sept 30th of fall and winter hats All ladles are invited to call and see tbjra III Envoy Walkley 01 of the Salvation Army with headquarters at Middles boro was here this week collecting ftinda for theArtnys use He returns thanks for allcdonaUona I An Infant of JD Parsons formerly of Rowland but now a resident of Louisville died Sunday at the home of Its parents and the remains werd brought here this mprninganddntered- this afternoon in Buffalo cemetery rwcasr +wr I t fiitijyritht Han ScluHntr A Marx 4 arrirafse ts t eOULL find here in store the greatest r f show on eachof goodclothes more first l pWZe frifters than anywhere elSaU the highclass thoroughbred styles and you canjust as welltakea first premium asnot I Part SchMiier ijar- xtt styl s newcoloring new allwool fabrics perfecttailoring letus show youhowwell we can fit you in these perfect clothes rk f v a f ft Suits 1750 ts 40 Overcoats 15 to 3500 t t VIa r nKENTUCKY V7 b r 4 1THISSTh ORTHEHqME OF HART SCHAFf NER A MApX CLOTHES Z 1 t tI4 Jf- c to I 1 1 m pti Yl I I u Wante1nt Atcarpentr Apply to Will Stone Jnure yournroperty in Kentuckys own henry Clay fire insurance Com pahy tM Newhnd Agenf 4 I 0 pikeR ru ir 4 r VV lt UtM i etJbjbr JBalerTne JJOUBO on East Man street known as the PenningtOn place Apply to T W Pennington t1 For Bale Fine black road mare Hi I4 old standard registered A 31 Drown Danville Insure your property In Kentucky own Henry Clay fire Insurance Com parry R M Newland Agent t I 1 MISS ARNOLD OF LANCASTER WILL HAVE HER MILLINERY OPENING SATU DAY 1 Al3t HERFRI NBS ARECORDIALLY IN VITED TO ATTEND c helot YouDg Walton of Glass gow have purchased ten acres of the attractive of Embry Bros oi ncpsterstreet and will cut It nl Into defilreble town lots See their ad on the fourth page For BalerBrtck house and two nrres of land on Somerset street nice cottage Qn Eat Main street hOUse and i5 acres oil East Main and a honsennd five nc es of land on Dan vlllcavenue Applyito HdrreyJ1eim otaje prlrat li ipq dome tq East MaID Street L B Cook Stan ford Kentucky 1 shell leacp my usual class or art my1moore water cobra pasWland ohln painting Charlotte L Warren 0 g- p tThe tax boos ofcmtr Orchard grd ed school are now ready arid taxes ore duo Tho penaltywill go on Nov 1 The books alwa r be at too i of the Crab Orchard Banking LaokeyTretsurer How U this for a bargain 169 aorefl of land situated in a good com niunity close to churches and schools New five room cottage 3 porches pan try and hall largd barn 10 stalls and shed buggy houe hen house etc Place well watered cibtern at door fencing good and buildings all new All this farm can be cultivated and good land Price f05 per acre Stanford Real Estate Company Tobaccogrowers find coke an ideal fuel for drying tobacco Write or phone us Danville Ky Gas Light Company 554 Lost Plain gold bracelet Reward for Saturn to this office The Eureka Portrait Company has just received a new line of mouldings and Is now prepared to fnun pictures at half the usual price Finest line of moulding ever brought to Stanford Office opposite court house Lancaster Street On next Friday Saturday Sept 3fi 31 the LIpps sUterb will show an immense line of uptodate fall and winter nillllnory the largest ever shown In llustonvllle Everybody cor dially Invited The I J hasreceived an unsign ed letter tom Hustonvllle regarding conditions there along certain lines All anonymous communications go Into the waste basket The I J must know wto stands sponsor for every statement made the names of contri butors need not bo printed unless desired but no attention will be paid to communication which is sent lu unsigned Any person having old books let ten magazines ledgers or papers or any kind that they do not need will assist in a good cause by donating them to the Presbyterian Aid Society Apply to Mrs J B Paxton Pres The severe thunder and lightning storm of Friday played a queer prank at the home of Mr and Mrs J c- Hays on Main Street One extra loUd elap of thunder shattered oue of the sindow panes htho large bow wind W at the frootof the hbueqbut did- no otberdamag Mrs Haysfai sit lpg near the wUdaw atid4at first lightning had IfTUck he no uw tmue t rrnohbreaking 0 the window glass bpd been dope i MtieCounyr Board 0PuPon91ntola count Ky meeting tib nntIt4 regular londay in October for new school Ve built at McKinney ail lllledgevlile See G Singleton nlunofsald board U Slnglefori cttalrj pen Q W Huhn secretary Hon Hat jy ltEiti to lgn did crowds at Kings Mountain and Wn DflburSlt Y He Willspea if Richmond off huxi ounty utHend at Lancaster K Hday iI a til- fit nnftmf fftttfitV I G- ziir4al ahual r titan j 1- k 3Zeiglers Ladies Shoes I 35JCuJ I I 7 f4 r Gun Metal Button 1 JU7 rn All Patent 75cubanHeelGun Metal Button 3 O4Cuban Heel SEVERANCE4z SQNStanfmd 14iitpmns cft6 o IcJ rWm 1Io cot Urge good barn blacksmith shop and all other necessary outbuildings well wAtered Drld fenced Wode ttfchuh iBTfJcnool rYfte1 orflyifUta Vr t StanfordKeal Estate Company Th j most reliable system rmwvuwr a i restores vitality regulates artJil neys and system RecommondAdt kr yOur druggist as the best 9iiska irdttuterfc ttfceky MounlfBV Tea XrTjea ore ablets Shugare aadTa wS L f o litJlt 14 Iltf b r SEE OUR LINE 0F f MtP c4lr I ttE11 f lrJIll lam S1AJ t v i N S f JJI L 1 HIWt if at I ETC =I 4r p 1 i LH HICCINS I tip 1 Stanford Kentucky filQ J OOOfUOOO 1 i A i 1J 1 B J Y t When r pu ifr get tpbQWQxfh a couple pf 1 iondollarSiand buy anew airship every once in awhile people wilda Y I forgive you when you wore rusty clotheS as they forgive I a rich man pretty nearly everything J But as long as you are just an ordinary person keep 1r yourselflooking neat Its the best investment ydu can make Forrr TEN DOLLARS i There is asuit here for you For 15 or 2Of was have ibetter onestW E PERKINS I 1 I CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY IH I I L e IL R Hughes T W Humble W O 3Fartint RoW Dress Gooas I We are showing a beautiful line of New Wool Goods in black and colors In tires new diagonal weavesFrendb serges stripes and Broad I Caq thJ vrthe newest and largr estassotment ditrbnmin- w i1 V shown ansovers Bra dsPersiati bands and buttons Call and see i- before buying HUGHES MARTIN CO r t 1 1Y j Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY I- as M fIf1I114 a i t h1JmUrrgtr L M 1 y 7 a ay tve1M ItJt rte irw Uftlfd j- a rr r u J 1i f THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALTUESDAY BBlTEMUKll 27th 11111I Get Ready for the Big Auction Town Sale in Stanford Saturday Oct 81We have bought of Embry Bros a part of the Miller property on the Lancaster pike and will sell lots at your price This is the most desirable undeveloped residence property in Stanford YOUNGS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY Glasgow Kentucky jSeptember 28 1910 q t premises my highly Improved t d x p ti rr J a If 4 212 ACRE FARM via cite best of pikes 5 miles from each Danville and Lancaster 76iacnes Tillable landi V i HIS tot flrtJch is best tobacco landLj j Vy 14 w5 acne of well timbered riverside land M4 iBarytes indications are second to none and If mused should pay toot joZ land i L THE DWELLING 11 01143of the best In the country Is a nine room modern built house J heated by furnace and well finished It is noted for its b mtlful riealtby location good neighborhood and close proxlmltyVio best rocboidn and churches In the State There are three good tenant houses n 12acre tobacco barn with t cioettest basement for stock 56x134 feet s OofiBilcrlng location bulldlngaquallty land etctino more do cirb19 farts home has been placed upon the market JAMES OTTER Danville Ky I y If you anything in LINE ITako to Nunnelleys buysand Eel in iu of add WAter best outside of Louisville o Lexington I STANFORD We also do general and feed SEE m About That New Suit Just Received a Big Line 4E1906 L L SANDERSCrab ntucky 0ok Farms First Annnal Sale 1- i t FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30th t rdreatest of the kind ever held in 56 mare alta and 50 jenneta and colts AU registered Catalogues now l JJMJJ every one or jennets should be In Kentucky 1 COOK CO Lexington Ky PUBLIC SALE J Having decided to quit farming III t Hill otter for sale at my home tw Wiles from Stanford on the Hustou gbi11e on F Helda farm known as dote Will Hays place on Saturday Oct r 1st 1910 iuy personal property coin- alafingt of stock farming Implements ino brood mares one pair 4yearoldt Ihorves one 3yearrOld two t 2 ysarald Illlles four cows two I twhb calves one Jersey I one old 23 goodwlve ploi sea i bltidetera rakes one lightning hay press 9 dl1RJrand other things top iflueaerpus to mention 35aIe begins at 9 a m Terms own on day of sale At same time Mr F Reid will dill of a number of nlco horses At L MYERS Col J P Chandler Aucti have to sell the STOCK New Stock Yards He s every day the I year except Sunday Bring on your stock market the State plenty covered pens KY hitch business event Kentucky saddle fillies these kept i J F I pike horse uillk belter 4ai made wore young Best with NOTICE In the district court of the United States for the Eastern district of Kentucky in the matter of Clarence J Sipple Bankrupt By virtue of an order entered by J v Notice of Sale on Bankruptcy N Saunder referee In the above styled case 1 as trustee of same will on Saturday the 22nd dty ot thelhoursp m on the premises being 52 acres of farm laud situated In Lincoln county Kentucky on the waters of Green river adJotnlngthe Denham farm and tying near the poatofflce of JoWbo IpMatuer yzyoae to publl9 sale to the highest and best bidder for cash In hand the above described tract or parcel of land together with nineteen acres of land adjoining same now owned by Clarence J SIpple the bankrupt above named and also onehalf Interest In the growing crop upon tho said land Given under my hand this the 1Jth day of Algust 1910 R A DYCHE Trustee I 4 U1TI I OF = I JeII BAUGHMAO Horse and mule exchange at his home just sold in Stanford Ky Sold out to do more business and not to quit business and have just returned with 5 car loads of mares and geldings of all sizes from Shetland ponies to half draft mares 1 to 5 years old that will weigh 1200 to 1400 when matured Just the kind to raise high priced mules this I know from actual experience 15 YEARLING 14 tol2 DRAFT FILLIES 20 2YEAROLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES i 40 3 to 5 YEAROLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES I ti 10 3 to 4 YEAR OLD M to 12 DRAFT GELDINGS 10 GENERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS 20 GENERAL PURPOSE MARES 30 BRANDED PONIES and several Shetlandponfes I will closeout or put Into winter quarters all unsold TJhMo horses and mares were bought In Illinois Missouri nnd Montana and twothirds of them are branded but were ratted under fence and will handle kind and gentle PRICES FROM 115 to 9200 I will close ot or put into winter quarters all unsold by Nov 18 propane tory to going to Atlanta to engage in tho mule business until April 15 1911 Will then return and prepare for my annual sale of Mules and Broodmares to be held next September Aa I only bought these to eat a surplus of grass will exchange any ot them for any other stock to grate especially mules and cattle Am always In the market for high class mules and cattleJ H BAUGHMAN Phones 46 and 116 Stanford Ky falllCanto cure diarrhoea dysentery or presnlon we all mto near and wJ1cncomplaints It Is pleasant to take It Is used In connection with Cham Iand equally valuable for children and berlaln Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea dulls Sold by Pennys Drug Store eXlngfon Trots OCT 4T TO 14Th GREATEST IN THE WORLD I STAKES 85000 PURSES 21000 Futurity Tuesday Oct 4 3000 Tennessee Tuesday Oct 4 5000 Futurity Wednesday Oct 5 Great 205 Trot Wednesday Oct 5 5000 Transylvania Thursday Oct 6 Great 202 Pace Friday Oct 7 10000 Championship Stake Monday Oct 10 3000 Cup Stake Monday Oct 10 Thirty Other Sensational Races Daily Concerts One Fare on Railroads Ira I NOALEl6H DIAMOND tANNEd10r1S RIpGHNITDUTAONDSIBARERIES janoNo RICN WIth our quick action connector a shown above end you produce the best Ignition spark Batteries last longer H worked In multiples Norlelgh Diamond Batteries have a moisture space that is so protected that they do not dry out like others and arc less affected by cold than others Batteries registering sixteen amperes produce a perfect ignition spark Norlelgh Diamond Batteries range from seventeen to twenty amperes To make them stronger than twenty amperes Is an excessive charge that soon ieexhausts itself FOR SALE BY GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD KY Watch That GriflonSuitBaltimore Made The Home cf Ml Good Cloth sIMy Fall line more complete than ever is now leadytott your inspection Call by and ask to see the only make that fits like Tailormade clothes ALL WOOL SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky THE FARMERS for Sale =Oobd cow wlthCAlf tR 0 week old J L Jams It F D No Plain ulneholo wheat drill good as new for sale cheap W ft Logan FOR SALENice young Jcrse J1llkcow J S Turpln Stanton KX GHt Lot me Insure your barns and to btcco W A Tribble Let 11 M1 Newland figure with yo before placing your fire Insurance For SalaA well Improved rami of 20 acres near ML Salem houle hold and kitchen furniture stock ane tools P H Woodson IlharmingKy 4923 J or Sale llch grade SOU dOD ram lamb Fisher and llenlck crew eti Sirs Mattle H Howes Mordant+ Ky It R No 1 Dos 49 WantedTo buy a place of 75 to 100 acres In Lincoln county one haY InK improvements Address P O Lox 65 Stanford Ky Tor SaleTwo sow 18 shoats C G stock hogs John Cook Stanford Per SalnA few thoroughbred Dt roc Jersey boag pig April farm Price reasonable T J Durban Crab Orchard Phone 13IV4 538 The Price sale at Crab Orchard will bo held Saturday Oct 8th and not theIIta1 has been hitherto adver UsedJohn Russell of Casey county bought from V M Yowell his farm or 85 acres on the Bradfordsvlllo pike a mile from Hustonville at J100 per acre Lightning struck tho tobacco barn of Mr John 0 Lynn near Hustonvlll last Sunday morning and tore awa one end of tho building There Wal much tobacco hanging In the barn but It was not damaged Len O Edelen of Danville was bad ly Injured be being kicked by a hors while showing Some animals to Dr n C McChord Ot Lebanon last week Ills collar bone teas broken and bls head shoulder and side were bruised Ito remained Unconscious for Six hours A T Nunnelley shipped n carload of rows to Greene and Embry at Clncln atl Friday which he had bought cre- nt 1375 Mr Nunnelley sold to James Messc It ales mule for 200 and a bunch of hogs at 1Q cents For Sale Nice fresh Jersey cow- Ed Hubbard Oltr At the sale of the Fagaly heirs near Wayneaburg conducted by Col J P Chandler cows sold from 35 to = 40 mules at 60 three being taken down it J75 farming Implements and household and kitchen furniture brought good prices Some nice core sold at 275 a barrel and winter oats brought GO cents a bushel John Bright ol the Hedgevlllo sec don has a marl which certainly show her horse sense The animal Is kepi art a lot whore there Is a farm bell She Is fond of corn and meal mlxec together and when this feed is not given her she takes the bell cord In tier mouth and rings Incessantly until the food Is forthcoming The other light the meal gave out and the old stare rang the bell for rive hours A supply wax secured early the next nornlng If she la not fed exactly ni hD same time three times a day sh rings It Is thought that she got onto lie scheme when being worked In the ornfleld last summer When the hell was nmg for dinner time sho was brought to the barn and ted and hgair at supper following the ringing of the jell Lillian Lane lloehrs the lx weeks old daughter of Mr and Mrs H H toehrfl hears tho distinction of hav ng teeth earlier than any other chile em record in the United State Little llllan had onff tooth fully grown am leveloped at birth Danvlllo Advocate iJ U d L j PUBLICr SALE On account of falling health I will sell at public auction nt my farm near McKlncy Kentucky THURSDAY SEPT 29 1910 f Some of the very beat bred horses jacks Jonncta and mule colts In Kentucky consisting ot- THEWARFIELD This stallion has proven himself one of the best recdem In Kentucky nnd ls a very fine Individual POWHATAN Will also bo sold Ho Ilia dna breder an excellent Individual and show hone One 3yearold Peavlno sUlllon a dna Individual and well broken OBO yearling Pea vine stallloa a blue rib bon winner sad a handsome colt rive nice brod mare and colts by Sldl and as handnorae as can be all by The Warlield lour brood nuren all safe In foal to jack oao 4year old harness mare very flao two 4 yearold harness horses ono 37eAr old harness horse very line one 2 yearold harness mare very tine ODe 3 year otd harness mare very dna three 2 year old harness geldings two yearling miles very tine All of thin young stuff Is by The Warlield and out of the very boat bred mares such as C F Clay Gnmliettla Vllke Naboth Dignity Dare and Ed mill bol etc Two 2 year ald Peavlno fillies good ones two nice 4 year old jacks black with white points and the best broke jack In Kentucky one jennet jack colt by side jacksFive Lot of other jenets all 4yearoldt nire more mules tine and strictly good one pair 8 leocUdIhorse mules well broke and ono strictly Rood yearling mare one yearling horse mule one colt six tplendiu feeding BulleIsplendid butcher heifers The public will seo somo of the i best indivduala that has beta offered for salo In a long time all bred up to ltho top Terms of sale will bo made knows on dayof sale I S lit Owens McKIaaey 801ICol J P Chandler AucL IJce McClary 1 J Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD KY A Office Phone 17 Hove Phone 35