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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 1 1 KSUAY, SEPTEMBER 27th, ltu No 61 WANTS SOLDIERS SOMERSET A TR00P8 COMINO DIES SUDDENLY IN FAR-AWAY MANY MULE COLTS MEXICO de-for- e Narrow Escape JOHN LYNN LOSES HORSE AND BUGGY IN HIGH WATER GOOD MEN FOR Lebanon nnd gunrd Wnlter Tollman the negro who Is charged with rapo In Lincoln county. Tho mllltla with CO men will leave hero In the morning to go to l.bnnon nnd take tho negro to Uvor tho vigorous protest of Hher-If- f Stanrord nnd gard him during his W. L JicCnrty nml nil of the Lin- trial which will be nold begjnnlng Attorney lien Smith ol. coln county ofticlnls, Circuit Judge Wednesday assaultnn uncle of the the l,cwls L. Wulker has called upon the ed, city, go to Stanford child to will Governor (o turnlsh n detail of State be present at the trial Hoteliers it protect the negro Shny Pellmui, who will bo trlett nt n spe-clPooling Committee torni of court lior Wednesday for assaulting Nancy tho daughter of Im0 Itankln, 'n proml-ten- t NAMED TO INVESTIGATE CONDI-TI0NAT LEXINGTON. Sheriff farmer of this county McC'nrty plead with Judge WnlkiT not conty tobacco growers, nt Unroln to dlngrncu Lincoln county by Bend- their mass meeting held Saturday, ing Armed mm here to guard th0 pris- decided to send a committee to Lexoner, Insisting that he nnd bin depu-lie- ington thl peek, which will meet with th Executive lloord of tho are uinply nblo to protect the Hurley Tobacco Society and Investiho would gate thoroughly the pooling plan proHo told th0 Judgo that wear In all tho deputies necessary posed, and report back to n mnss to guarantee bun nbiolute protection meeting of tho growers hrc next Saturday In the event there wns any Indication Five prominent growers wero lolenoe, but Judge Walker of mob as this committee, Messrs. of Clarence Tate, Nvln Carter. Jn. Wilsaid ho had certain Information plain to take the negro from the of- liams. I' T. Heck, and 1). It. Adams. not It Is said to be prnbahlp that Presificers and lynch hint, nnd h,. dent Clarence Lebus. ot the Hurley w.lllng to tnko n chance. The Judge Tobacco Society, will himself attem had received the new tho met'tli.K here Saturday when the wild that ho Irom n most reliable source that n qestlon of putting on n sound pool In man from the Hubble section of the Lincoln will tc discussed. The I'.ilnt Lick growers have apcounty where tho Itankln live, would pointed a Nlmllqr committee compostTuosdny, ed of Woods Walker, W i Kemper, bo In Louisville when Pullman wan tiiken from Jail W C Winn and Walker tlwyn wHIc will go from there by Sherllt McCorty to bo a committee Arch Walker, Arch or and Im- composed .1. A. Itoss, Win Hose nnd brought back huro for trial mediately alter the officer had left, Mr Wells. , The M'litlmont for a pool Is growthin man would wire the Information no thin to others here who are In the plot. ing fast In omo section, ther,. Is exdetinue action Is 1 ii rend "Ha left doubt nnd bo mHg0 wild pected to tnken nt these meetings about cnttlo" and this nxt Saturday here to would Indicate that 'the negro had left on the train for Stanford. The plan Live Saving Campaign then, as outlined to Judge Walker, he negro to be taken ays, wns for the away from the officer between Jnni-tl- OF DR. CARPENTER PRAISED BY STATE MEDICAL JOURNAL. Clly nnd SUmlord, and strung up 8 no-gr1 on JUDGE TROOPS OVER STRONG PROTEST OF LOCAL OFFICERS. snys: Cnpt, special from TO GUARD PELLMAN Henry Waddle, orSomerset the Somerset Company of Stnte guards, rcceved orders ASKS WALKER FOR thli nlternoon to tnko his company In AT LANCASTER BIO ELECTION OFFICERS .t Judge Walker wrote Carty apprising him of his decision hi the matter, reads as fallows' Letter to Sheriff McCarty Danville. Ky.. Sept. 2tUv 1910 Dear Mr. .McCarty: I havo carefully considered the matter wo diseased as to the l'elltnnn case, and I think It my duty to request the Coventor to furnlrti a guard. I do this knowing that you are opposed to it and thluk you can cope with the situation. On this account 1 ao so reluctantly, but. nevertheless, 1 reel It u.y duty tc do so. Tho law does not make any adequate provision for you to pay hny guards nnd deputies and I feel that you should be furnished this assistance to preserve order and take caro of tho situation at tho trial. 1 deal ro to nsiiuro or my absolute In your Integrity nnd courage, and I believe that you would use overy effort to take care of tho matter, but I feel that the action I havo taken will absolutely gunranteo peace nnd order at this trial, which I consid. er Decenary nbovo all things I have written the governor to communicate with you as to where tho troops will report to you. You will kindly communlcatl( with him over tho 'phono and go yourself to Louisville to convey tho prisoner to Stanford and make such arrangements as will fully protect tho situation. The matter Is In your hands, nnd I know that you will net In the mutter so u to Insure that no disorder or violence shall occur In nny way. It you deslro to communtcato with mo furthor, you can do so over the phon0 t Lancaster Sunday, or here Assuring you Monday or Tuesday. again of my confidence In you as an officer and of my kindest personal regard, I am, Yours very truly, conn-donce el-'- before ha could be gotten here where The Kentucky Medical Journal In he could be protected. Judgo Walker its current Issue says' eaid that thi Information ai given In thu hope or inciting others to him by n man high In church circles It, th0 attention of the pro-It was emulate In Lancaster, and ho felt that camlession is caned to inn paign being conducted In Lincoln coun reliable J. (1. Sheriff McCarty pointed out to iv titular ih iMiiilertihln of Or. speak He Is Judge Walker the forbearance with Carpenter, of Stanford. usually ing to popular auuieuces, mitu which thu Messrs Kankln bud handled on Sunday and once or twlce during met-tln-r holne held In tb0 situation when tney themselves iha wnolr f ho the negro and brought him churches and school houses, ministers, arretted teachers ana oilier leaoers 01 puunca to town and turned him over to the opinion, joining heartily In the lie said that he believed Ofllcers. Tho wnrk Is entirely edu everyone was satisfied that the cational, the burden of the lay ser tell tne take Its course and Justice be mons being to way how peopie in a why meted out to the criminal, and was plain, practicaltuberculosis,anddlntherla. fovor convinced that tlwre would be no other on tho part of anyon0 to take the cholera infantum nnd the sucn adomes neavy pestilences which lay Uw Itno bis own hands and If there tic nnnn hnaiih and life In Kentucky i.iii sure, tho officers were every year can bo prevented with far nhould bo felt amply able to cope with any situation less trouble anu cost man is nu to care for the sick and bury which might arUe. Sheriff McCarty diseases. Dr. Car upon th Apn, fnr said ho felt keenly the reflection penter Is not a rich man. but Is a busy tho ofllceis of the county that ifcM successful surgeon, and his example In view of the bringing of troops to protect the negro is the more ImportantHoard of Health state ,.u.UIi nt It fully un would be. and he wanted to divide the State Into ten or more derstood that It was done over his em- saniurv districts with a superintendTho letter which ent in each to Join the county sociephatic protest In Just such n to Sheriff Mc- ties and health officials iiie-sriu- g er-lo- rt the, ii. campaign as this In every county. ADDITIONAL PERSONALS Misses IJIllan Garner Bnd Alma Hubbl who' have been tin? guests of Miss Nancy Ware at McKlnney, have returned to their home at Crab Orchard. Mrs. Woodle Hale and little Miss Annelt Wray have returned from a a visit to Mrs. T. W. Spink near Ub-ano- lliintAV hit crnnA tn fll. JJIZ3 MIm.Ia tiuj-- -.Jacksonville, Fla., where she will teactt thla year. Master Lynn Pence has been quite sick ior the past week, ills physic ians aro leariui 01 lover. Mrs. M. D. Elmoro who lias been vl.itlnir In liniubclls lllo for the past two weeks has returned home. Mrs, Mary uwens, 01 Bomersei, is tho guest of Mr. John Hout and tamlly A little son arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs Wnlter Walker on last Tuesday. The little one has been nam ed Walter O. Jr Mr. J. K. Hill Is visiting his daughter at Horse Cavo. fjiislgn H. Caswell Snufley, U. 8. N. Is on n visit home of two weeks. Mrs. C. P. Stucky or Louisville, Is spending n fow days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I Murphy on Whit ley avenue. Mrs. Mllcnen, Ol visiting her aunt Mrs. LAioueue, . iran-l- s U Mur Un-enste- r, Mr. and Mrs, Horace Mount, or are gests of Mr. nnd Mrs, J i'. Hays. Mr. Hays has been qlto til for several days. m, Mark Huffman still continues HL nnd U confined to his room. Not n mlnuto should bo lost when a child shows symptoms of croup. LEWIS L. WALKER Cbamborlaln'B Cough Ilemedy given as soon as tho child becomes hoarse, or eveu after tho croupy cough ap pears, will prevent tho attack. Sold by Penny' Drug Store. COURT DAY CROWD W. I. COMMISSION While returning from McKlnney by COUNTY ELECTION NAMES MEN TO CONDUCT WILLIAMS TO MOVE TO OKLA- way of .Murphy n crossing Snturday ELECTION NOV . 8. Lynn came near drowning In the HOMA John GARRARD NEWS. high water. Ills buggy was overturnThe Lincoln county board or election ed, throwing him out. Sliorlir W. L. McCarty on Saturday He tried to Unca8,er. bept. .'0. cut the harness loose but the wnter ( oinmlssloners met on Friday nnd apreceived the shocking nnd distressing pointed the election olflcers who will no of t,le largest crowds ever seen wns n swift it was Impossible tn of the death of lis son, Kd MK'nrtv, which, occurred nt Tuxtepec, State of In I.niuaster on a rourt day was here rench tho horse His lmgpy was total- conduct the election on November 8th congressman will bo elnrtmi uaxnea. Mexii , last Saturday morn tunny and trading was active. 'I here ly wrecked and the horse drowned.' when a Eighth in the Congressional district .Mr l.ytin wns lorced to make a hard ing week. Ills death was sudden nml were nbout Hut) cottlo on the Sheriff W. L. McCarty Is chairman of wns Immediately due to n congestlvo celling .it : to 4 cents n fewmarket fight to save hlmselt. going the commission, tre democratic memchill, so the letter whfth Sheriff lo 4 Mul0 colts were brought In ber being S. T. Hnrrls nnd the republireceived from one ol the Ameri- in droves nnd high prices were askDr. Dickey Remains Here can member A. C. Lnrman. can friends ol ynnni? McCarty said ed for them selling from HO to 75 The election otflccra chosen are He had been feeling Indisposed n few blc tobneco meeting wns held nt ill good men, nnd their selectjon days previously but seemed better the u,0 court house In the afternoon, when a fair expression of tire people, TO M. E. CHURCH uay iieinre ins ueaui r.nriy iinii u rnmm ttce composed of Messrs. 'lho list nppolnted Is as follows: BY CONFERENCE morning however, he lod gone to tho Arch Walker, Arch Kavanaugh, J. A Stanford No. 1 room of ono of his comrades and nsk-e- lloss, Wm Itoss and .Mr. Wells, were Jesse Wearen, Sherllt, Phil NunneiEveryone will be glad to know that for some wnter. Ho wns given It, named to go to the big tobacco meet iey, Judge, A. C. Carmnn, Judge, Hart to and went back to his own room ing in Lexington and report back here Kev ..I J. Dickey wns Shortly after he was found In nn ex- - t0 ,he powers next Saturday nt 1:3') tho Stantord Methodist church ns Luce Judge. Stanford No. 2. plrlng condition, and though a phys when n big meeting will be pastor for nnother year by the ConIt. " ference which has Just closed Its ses- Judge,C. Hocker, Sherirr, Ben Bryan, Inn wns summoned nothing could be noI(, to cons,er the pooling plan. Frank Smith Judge, John Ellis. Congressman Hnrvy llo!m was sions at Harrodsburg, this being the ,lnI! f".r.lll"U. The letter Informed Slierlfr JlcCar- - i.ro onAAV nniI v .. hpnrtv rn. H'Mh. nnnunt sestlom Dr, Dickey nnd Clerk. Stanford No. 3. or tho town, or , ty that tho tlovernor by n mnny frlen,ls in thlg ..olln. his consecrated win; have won nil , .1 II. Engleman Mnyor ns Americans would call him ty hearts during their iwjourn In charge Fields, Judge, H. C. Sherifr, W. M. Anderson, Judge, telegraphed tho news or his death to The Woman's Club met Friday of the nourishing rjiurch here and are doing a splendid wxvk In His J. W Williams, Clerk. Mr McCarty here. No such telegram with Mrs. It. K. Mcltoberts. Stanford No. 4. was ever received by the Sheriff, howThe members or the Baptist congre- vineyard. Sam J. BelU. Sheriff, H. ever, and he will have nn Investiga- gation held nn Ice cream supper nt The reports of the preachers at the Ji.dge, Lllburn Oooch Judge, J. Darst Geo. Cartion made. The body of young Mc- tho home or Squire lkxirne Friday CorAejtnce showed marked advance penter Clerk. Carty wns buried In Mexxo, His rnth night in nil the departments of work. Two Crab Orchard No. 1 er wotiui iikc very mucn a iwiv un; jount has been made City Conlercnce evangelist were put In D. J. ltlgsby Sheriff. P. E. Parrlsh, the Held for the coming ypar. The Judge, W II. Cummins Judge, L. L. remains orougni duck iu Assessor for Interment, but the letter Inrormert jBd wM8 nmI rnnl., Versailles church tendered the Confer- Sanders, Clerk. him that It would probably be dim. w, IpaX( snorU to ence n home fcr tip free use of superd,,, Crab Orchard No. 2 cult to have this done, under the Iaw8ni0ls fon 0 v. Shlgars Is annuated ministers, which was pecept-eSam Chandler of Mexico. It will be built during the next Jr, fudge, SimonSheriff, Geo. Holmes, meeting with much success In the real Petrey, Judge John hd McCarty left Lincoln coun ,n ,,, Mtatp bUglnp ted nonp year nnd deeded to the church In per- Edmlston Clerk. v nbout two and n half years ago. nil, Dr , ,,urg,oy ot Deadwo0(1( petuity. A board of trustees was apWaynesburg No. 1 -,u, a lima - . ... ....,.,..-.- .. pointed (o hold ln trust this and otli-o- r .south Dakota and Miss Hertha L. W. F. Camden Sherifr. W. D. Haya Dnl'O'a HearlK "f lh, suit- - , niio,i in uod. homes trat may bo donated to the ludge, J. It. Williams Judge, Baker nf lhl rl(v ue n.i.t kr advanU., id AUm"'. ."iirm.d n locks holy bonds in the city of Jefier- - same purpose 'I thre i.w liinaic. .notlier Aiiiericnn sonvHle. The ceremony was pronnunc For tho endcwnient of tho Carnegie Hubble Clerk. Waynesburg No. 2 !artnerslii i '"i'I: by Magistrate James S. Keegwln. library to be at Ken Edward Murphy Sherift, W. C. 'iullies and wv--i ed Mr. T B. Wnlker Is at home from leyan College built Winchester, $L',4U0 In the r.il etn'-at Judge, W. D. Johnson Judge, i'f,.ng we'. I'.. w.'fc -- I years of i.p.J. Battle Creek, Michigan where he went was subscribed during the session. nnd was of n for treatment over a week ngo, and re- Bishop Kllgo, of Durrani, N. C , who J. L. Johnson Clerk. i neve unrii-- 'i Waynesburg No. 3 w and gonial disposition ports h0 was greatly benellted by his presided over the Conference, Is n E. ;. Laugh Sheritf, Hen Baugh uhlcli made blm friends wherever stay. man ot remarkable gilts. Judge, T. M Butt Judge. O. G. he went. He wjis the son of Sheriff At tho supper given at Hynttsvllle Speaks Cleric McCarty by his first wife. 68 was realized and a Union church Hustonvllle No. 1 The sympathy of tte entire com- I'Uildlng will bo erected soon. In Fought on Street las P. Goode Sheriff, It. H. Crow munity will go .out to the grief strick- which the Baptists. Presbyterlnn, Judge. Cale Brown Judge, W. K. Wilen lamlly, In this hour or deep be- Methodist and Christian people will liams Clerk. reavement PROMINENT BOYLE COUNTY MEN meet for worship. Hustonvllle No. 2 MIX-UIN DANVILLE Mr Hanks Hudson and family will Walter McKlnney Sheriff, John leave lincaster In November to reLincoln Farm Sales ,neat little set-ttwo Burton Judge, John J. Allen Judge, between side ln tne adjacent city ot Danville piomlnent Danvllle citizens was sup- Fred Carson Clerk. Mr. Hudson has purchased a residence Hustonvllle No. 3 pressed by the Danville papers last MUCH TRADING IN LOCAL PROP- In Dnnvllle paying $7,'J0. H. P. Davis Sheriff. A. C. Hill The alfalr occurred on Wednes GO UP. M Tinder will be nt tome WHttk. ERTYVALUES Elder K Judge, Lee Manning Judge, John Car from a visit ln Texas and rill his pul- duy when Charley Caldwell, a son of Lincoln county land continues ac pit nt tho Christian church Sunday Jerry Caldwell approached attorney ter t lerk. Hustonvllle No. 3 John . Rawiings ln frcnt of the ltoe. tively In demand nnd Is scarcely a day morning and evening. J. 11. Floyd Sheriff, L. B, Owena but some sale of farm lands not made Mrs. Martha Spratt died at her nrs tailoring establishment and witn Judge, John Elliott Judge, Joe WilLand values have Incrensed greatly home near, I'reachersvllle at the ad out so much as by your leave, planted liams Clerk. since the price of tobacco Has gone vanced aef of 12 years. She had been a hard right swing to the attorney's up. nnd land that sold for 150, 160 an InvalKIifor more than two years. cheek bone. Mr. Rawilnga was wear MRS. YOUNG SUCCUMBS Is now going at $100 and over. Mr. Vanhetta. of Washington City, Ing nose glasses, and the blow caused TO CONSUMPTION. and $70 an acre six months or sa ago. wns In lncnster the past week view them to break, an edge of the glasses J. J. Moiter sold last week his farm ing several sites for a handsome cutting his cheek severely and caus Mrs. Young wlte of W. C. Young, of 139 acres In the Turners vUlo sec government building for our town. Ing much blood to flow. The two men then grappled and who Is a fireman at power house of $100 an acre The place will be decided upon soon tlon to S. L. Sandusky at th0 Stanford Water, Light & Ice ComMr Mooer bought this place about six and then Garrard's capltol can put were engaged In a sort ot catch-a- s pany died Sunday mornlug and was catch-caaffair when separated. $80 an aero. months &eo for un a few airs. Alorlah yesterday afterThe attack on Mr. Kawilngs by buried at Mt.was family will leave Col.M J Chandler sold 6h Saturday W. I. Williams and a daughter of Ben noon. She for Tlnsley Snoonamore the latter's IJlncaster, to become residents or tht Mr Caldwell U said to have been Hl.Ut and besides her husband she place near ProachersvIIIe. of 110 acres1! thriving city or Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mr. caused by certain reflections upon the leaves five little children by letter's to A. T. Nunneiiey tor ij.&uu. Williams and wife have recently re attorney varaclty Indulged In Jury the In turned from a western trip and are the Boyle In a speech before a stomach box or Get a a few days previous. court much delighted with the progress or POSITION. A GOOD tablets and rid yourself of Indigestion, the citizens or Tulsa. r distress, gaa blck stomach Miss Lucy Francis has returned Can be had by ambitious young men heartburn and belching. O. L. Penny Broke an Ankle from a visit to Mrs. George Hallou ot guaranteed them. and ladles In the field of "Wireless Mr. and Mrs. Luther Richmond. or Hallway telegraphy. Slnco the Gibbs and daughter Elizabeth are vis- MRS. J. S. RICE SUSTAINS VERY PAINFUL INJURY law became effective, and since iting In Danville. Mrs. Wm. Bogle, Public Sale and Renting tho wireless companies are establish of New Orleans Is with her parents Misses Mrs. W. H. .Mrs. J. S Rrce fell on the pavethroughout the country .Mr. nnd nnd Hcttlp, W'herrltt.Hurnsldc Ing stntlops Walker Itertha ment In front of her hom0 on Monday Having to give up farming. there Is a great shortage of telegraph- - have been visiting Danville relatives. morning and broke both bones In her I will sell decided highest bidder on to the pay beginners from $70 Mrs. Goodloe I.acky relumed return- left ankle. The pavement was wet er. Positions Thursday Oct. 6th, 1910 CreekMlchlgan Friday. and caused her to slip and fall. The to $90 per month, with good chance of ed from Battle The following personal property: She was Joined nt Paris by Miss Jenn- Occident is a very palnrul one but implements, All kinds ot farming The National iele-grap- ie Lackey who had been with relatives advancement. her many lrieuds will be glad to know buc,h as wagens, rakes, mowers etc. Institute operates six official Miss Maude Wilson has returned to that It is not mor0 serious. Two large work horses. 1 family mare, institutes in America under supervis her horn- - In Richmond alter a visit gentle, 1 brood mare by Enoch Arden, to her sisters Mesdamea Gott and Mil mare by Galton, 1 Mr nnd .Mrs. Wood Ayers were in 1 ion ol Jt. IL and Wireless. Officials ler. .Mrs. J. vv. .Miner anss ueuie dicted at Sccttsvllle, Allen county for old filly by Dignity Dare, 9 cattle 28 and places all graduates Into posi- Miller and Mrs. James JL Uoyston good. 6 mules one .Miller In the murder ot Mrs. Walthal, mother extra tions. It will pay you to.wflto them aro visiting Mrs. Samuel o Mrs. Ayers, and both have been iheep,, 3 goods Jennets, 1 Jack roll full details at Cincinnati, nO., or Know Me and taking In the Appalach2 yearlings. Also for Mrs. Walthal was The following named lu a collar. The Ayers, found dead ih"re corn, fodder, etc, surrey, buggy, ian Exposition. who gave lqt of Philadelphia. Pa. W. C. T. U. were In attendance at the burkboard, harness and milk cows. Mesdames the alarm said she had Just fallen Convention in Danville: RENTING At the same time I will down and killed herself, but the Coro Rebecca West. Fannie Farm. Kd Prlco ner found FARM FOR SALEI she had been dead for a rent my' farm or IKOj acres mile west miles west of and J. Austin. Miss Mabel Mason lying 1 80 acres duy anc wounds were on the body. of Morelaod, It has all necessary imher parents in Richmond SaturHighland; n good cottage nnd outprovements. R or six acres for tobacetc., G fields fenced: day and Sunday. houses, barn co, 27 acres for corn, 68 acres for SOMERSET'S POPULATION 35 acres in cultivation; plenty about small grain, remainder ln grass, J. P. HOG RAISERS or water. Ileason for selling out not Terms given Chandler, Auctioneer. The census bureau nf Wnshlni-inablo to work on farm. Prlco reasonon day ot sale. J. J. SPEARS, More-lanof able. your hogs worth 5 cents per has Announced the population Are Ky. somerset, Ky., ns being 4,491. it had JAS. A. KINO. !0-head? Wc guarantee In 1100 "Last. NOTICE Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy "Business Is poor said the beggar. .Mr and .Mrs. L M. Cress of the Said tho undertaker. "It's dead!" to keep hogsC healthy and freo from 'Falling off," said tho.rldlng school disease for ,5 eenU per hoad per FreachersvlIIe neighborhood are In the district coart of the United v ufaon the arrival ot a beaut!- tetcher. Kills Cholera, month. It (cures celvlng. .congratulations ot their mam States for the Eastern district ot KenThe druggist. "Ol viaL" he said. . Appetite, Aids Worms, tucky. 'it's nil write with me," Aild the Olgestlon Stimulates tho hogs to fatten ful llttla. daughter In their homo. and- - causes in tho matter of William W. White author. remedy Is used very rapldy. , This Picking up. ' said tno man on ma Four young ministers came into full Stanford, Ky., Sept. 19, 1.910. A meetand endorsed by leading hog raisers dump. . country. Come In connection with the M. K. Conference ing, ot the creditors ot the above nam"My business is sounu. quoin me throughout the. you about It. lu session nt Harrodsburg. They were ed lio has been adjudged bankrupt, and let us tell bandsman. the Rev. J. B. Harris, of Lexington, will be held at the ofilce or referee In Said the nthlete, "I'm Kepi on me the Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. the Rev. U. H. Burch, ot West Liberty, Stanford, Ky., on a, 30th day of Sept. Jump" in., to elect a trustho Rev, W. n. Johnson, of Beech Fork 1J10, at 9 oclock The liottler declared It was 'cork- Price, of How- - and tho.ltev. J. K. Moss, of Clay City, tee for the estate ot said bankrupt. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ing the laud, are welcoming a fine young son The Rev.- B. S. Ba I. of West Liberty. and for may transaction of other busi' come before the meeting. The parson "It's good!-- answered IrJ their home wns discontinued by the conference ness as he. on th0 charge of not attending to the Comply with Sec. f7 ot the baukvupt "1 make both ends meat!" saiu ine act concerning proof of claims', other Don't waste your money buying duties of tre church. wise your claim cannot be allowed. butcher. tailor replied, "it suits me. plasters whtn you cant get a bottle of Th0 Tlifl l.tnrnln rnnntv Snndfiv Rrhonl J. N. SAL'NDEUS, Referee In Bankruptcy. for 21 cenU. .nrinl!r,ti w:lt mii t wl.hllio Chamberlains ooitc. Cholera and Chamberlain's Liniment ford UarUst chuith Saturday Oct. 1, PUBLIC SALE. Diarrhoea Iteiiiedy Is today the best A piece of flnnnel dampened wIU thl l'U at 'Ji'iO o'clock,. AM-- r and will any plaster for In the town ot Crab Orchard on Sat- known medicine In use for tho relief liniment .Is superior to hold all day session. i.ftlnv. nHilipr Sth. 191(1 I will alter It lamo back, pains In the lnsdo and and ctire otubowel complaints. by For Bale Nice residence on Main for sale at public outcry the Dr. Price cures griping, diarrhoea, dysentery, chest, and much cheaper. Sold and lot near the depot at Penny's Drug Store. itreet In Stanford, Ky,. the frontage store-ronnd should bo taken at tho first ot lot large enough for another build- 1:30 p. m. It looseness of tho bowels. f cash and the re Terms Don't forget the big sale of James ing lot. Ail necessary outbuildings la equally valuable for children nnd Ho Everything In good repair. Wednesday Price mainder In ouo and two years. ren- - Otter near Uanvllle adults. It always cures, sold by offers A tine farm and much other $2,760. A bargain, tee L. It. Hughes, J P.CHANDLEU. ny'8 Drug Store. stuff. FAMILY HERE LEARN-EOF HIS DEATH. Me-nrt- v , d ed Mccarty duried a week c J. v n j , ,9 d .- San-Sout- h ' ill Al-fo- i hoIe-Koule- d I "i Hi n P o i n 50-ce- after-dinne- h 2 vis-Ite- d n d, , - One-hal- . -- 4. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL, TtlKSDAY, 8BITKMHKR 27th, 11H rae The Interior Journal Established 1872. QUEEN OOCTRFSia PRAISES, A. TWIT TUESDAY AND miDAY At $1 Per Year In AdTnce. HELTON 8AUFLEY CLOTHES TO S!EiHBPw5Ersr PROMPT PAVMENf," Publisher mall. Altered at the Post Office at 3'.an ford, Ky., as Second Clan The woods ore setting full o( demo wwMkiiiiiiiiiK v cratic candidates for Slnlo of (Ires :jbLLLLLr n t I Julia next year. Henry Bosworth, of Lex Marlowe ington, Ruby Lnffoon, of Mndiaon vllte, and Frank llaper of Ashland' mm glad to write pjr endow I Are running for Auditor; James (Jar meat of thegrtMt rtmedyrtferun: nett, of Columbia, Is a candidate for do to molt heartily." Julia Marlowe. Any remedy benefits digestion Attorney General; H. S. Eubank, of strengthens the that nerves.. Lexington, Barksdale Hamlett, of The nccro centers require nutrition. Hopklnsvllle. M. O. Winfrey, of Mid If the digestion Is Impaired, the nerve dlesboro, L. C. Llttrell, of Owcnton, centers become anemic, and nervous and Allss Nannie Callctt, of 1'rlnco ton, want to be superintendent of thib- - debility lithe Tftalt. He Instruction, Woodson May Is a can dldate for clerk or Court of Appeals, Parksville and others are coming fast. 1 jKmTW'Iw1 n NO MEASURE rs T TROUBLE If TO HARNESS Was of all losses Is a feature of the tire wo represent. Insurance companies Have us Issue you a policy so that In case fire does come you will be Insured In a company that makes prompt and liberal settlements. Our the horse here. the harness boJghi companies neither haggle over pennies nor stand on trivial technicalities. Our heavy hainess especially li built o It will not chare or gall ever under tho heaviest pull. Use It anc you'll gel more work out of youi Have less money to lay oul horses. for ointments and soro remedies too the man who is HARD to FIT or HARD to PLEASE. To 8 Vuar l!ho 'ff And pJLeaseyou. We guarantee a fit in very detail arid The QUAIil it J. C. McCLARY, Stan'ord, Ky. ffi ' TT W. S. FISH STANFORD,. KY. PHONE 200 Cn Wit i . oi Kiigs Motitak ints- - 'TU'..: n 1 The KlrirfaMointtfln. Graded School gave an fce Mim supper Saturday ntgbt foe tfc'e ljupose of getting an organ. A tan?etowd was-- present and.. everybody aeemeVt to. enjoy Bro. Blaln preached nt the Christian cbtjreh" Htmaay nip.nu a ' large 'crowd war present, Born, to the wife of Mr. and Mrs 1VIII liiirh n fine etrl. Sam Blgney and wife, of Somerset, are visiting relatives at mis piace. Mr tiriA Mrs. niimev visited their ilatichter at Nlcholasvllle and also friends In Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. John 'Walls are moving to Corbin. The farmers of this section are very busy getting their tobacco In the dry hohses. Mrs. Stella Gooch will leave this place Sunday to visit friends and relatives In Lexington. Mrs. Bella Trusty will visit her aunt In Cincinnati for a rew days. Mrs. Lena Butt will leave Sunday Jor Covlneton where her husband Is working Mrs. Wallace "Walter has Just returned' from a visit In Cincinnati. them-wolve' MIbb Una from a visit to her aunt lafyl$ak at Danville. Ovcrstreet basfrftSaRti't Mrs. John W. '. ' . v NtBce All s. Mrs. C. T. Clelland and children of Mtddlesboro, who hae been guests of Mrs. T. E Clellaix', teft Monday to vis It her father, Jt T. Uwgory,, at Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. benjamin Boiling and Miss Ida P. Pitman are visiting Sirs. Kittle King at Birmingham, Ala. Miss Pitman will enter high school nt that place. Ernest Wayne wen,t to Knoxvllle' on Thursday to lett tjie Appalachian for sale with engine, bailer 30 a new saw mill for sale, H cash, balance In two, lour and six months, with good notes, king's Mental n Planing Mill, King'sMountain, Ky. h-- We have a sawmill Klhda.of blr1yrnet,eithp"Q 'but th Beat Cempanltfci Trust Co Office at' State; Bahk-STANFORD, 'KENTUCKY- KiNCi&;'r,8aT'E'J ITY"a;nd TYLE and irrdividuality 4 50 'itlNKSkotEL Ab 'Mink's; ' ' ' Morelind, of our i FOR BALE! ' Ky. Prop. Depot and .'.New Ho'tel Opposite Stable. Special Rtes to Traveling men Everything Brand New,. Single Rooms. Brodhead. r ounces and bears an Inscription In Its s for Interior which reads as follows: J. .W. Il'utcn'eibVeft Monday fni Stradvarlous, Cremon, Faclebe! . .1 H.AnnHAna .... Anno, 168 7. Biamora io ujbkc (iiviioionuur the opening of the State Bank & Robert Tarklngton tos rented for Trust Company, of that place which next year the Salt River farm belongStft Mdreland Sullivan, ing will be Oct. to Mrs: George Tarklngton. He Sunday in of Williamsburg was" p.d,town Pfnwflh. gets possession January 1st. . 1.. nf it ti -' u. " " no .Mnnuuy. first of Tenn., was at home ntiJ XlloawetKj i ;r Mrs. Mary aidhpih- " .draft -Mc can auenucu iue u.,... at Mt. Vernon Wednes-- . Sutton .i Tomoo n.implte and C. V. ... any.-Alien an" o""- George- Byron Owens left Tuesday for ey town wnere uw 'w,cu w.o-Shirlwrites Mrs. Ethel Newlin, town SuncHy of Liberty Center, Ind., Tate was in na In Ml Vflr ... it.tnM Mrs. ferry nemuu ''that I began to take Car-du- i, on business. Tne nn Wednesday ow.. for it has cured me, Froaneau umucu account of the . arid I will never forget il ine nicely and on "I cannot praise Cardui attendance. It will be al-too highly for what it did to add another room to the REAL SANITARY PLUMBtNC. spacious school b"lldlng-- JV for me. Before I began Saves Its cost over and over agitlu In to take it, I was very lessened doctor's bill.. Hut you must bad color, suffered great be sure that it Is real. It Isn't, the pain and weighed only white basin and nickeled pipes, that 105 pounds. Now I have It Is the make sanitary plumbing. a good color, do not suffer way they are put together. Haie us and weigh 125 lbs." - -" tunate to secure mu-i- "" a B95 We have the do your plumbing. The Ecard of Trustees hae made concrete sidewalks sweeping order to "know how." extending from railroad crossing to corporation limits. V. K. WARNER, Stanford, Ky. ohone 188. complexion as well as your Your miserable by a temper la rendered The Woman's Tonic disordered liver. By taking Chambr Tablets you Beware of strong, noxIain's Stomach and Liver ious, mineral drugs, that LANCASTER. KY. can improve both. Sold by Penny's sink intovyour system, BUYER OF Drug Store. like lead to the bottom of and Herea. jfirry Hopper, wno uvea abcuy ti mile west of tills place, nas Just ,.. Ished picking his crop of strawberries whirb makes two crops he has raised this year. He describes them as being small of size but of delicious flavor. Mr Roy Westerfleld of this place who has been working In the telegraph office at Hemp, has been transferred to New Haven. V. S. Rose of Lebanon Junction got to thinking about the delicious Ills' cult his rrotner makes so he came home on Sunday and laid in, n few. James I. Westeftleld' of this- place, owns a violin which weighs only 13 '"An-toulu- Westerfleld lert Sundny to visit (rlcnds at Livingston, London H. Alvln ... Small well m proved farm outside of town limits between Stanford and Rowland containing 25 acres good house, out houses new barn fine young orchard, water at house and barn. Would make a good dairy or truck-farfor right man. I also have farm of 104 acres of unimproved land situated on Dlx river and county road. This land Is all In grass except 16 acres which 1b In cultl vatioii. This land will grow fine tobacco or corn and has some fine tlm ber on It. Will sell cheap and make terniB to suit the purchaser or will trade for town property. For infor mation write or call on me at RowPrank Cordler. land 2 ' n. M. NEWLAND Representlng The Co. Mutual Benefit Ufa Iniuranc The leading annual dividend Com' pany. Its distinction is uuo io,uur fnc of successive managements to the principle' of mutuality. W. W.rBURSlN. DENTIST. Office-- at Rstldtnca. Dentist CRAB ORCHARD. KY. : DR. T; W. PENNINGTON A.M. and 1 to 4:30 P.M oittce Myers House flats Stanford Ky DRrw. N. CRAIG, ij Hours 8:30-1- 2 j" JiSsicO over H. J. McRobwta" Storenl Tyre Stanford, Ky. PRESSED STANDING. .SEAM GAl VANIZED ROOFIN'G. Large Quantities carried In Stock. EA0S TIN SHOP, Stanford. Phona 114. JOHN COOK BK W Oculist and Optician you own notion, made" to" YOUB OWN MEASURE, conforming Hfo YOUl";OWN SHAPE, you-.arbound to be satisfied. We Build You A uit At Any Price From $15 ;"fo $50. e CLOTHES f Are Sure 'To Please You. Biilt tp AILOR-HAD- E f f f t i r V h.ttfi H. J. McRdberfs. t ; rr 1 A --- I 1 Am Glad" and dentist. norse ana nimi Specialist on Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 disease. vtrrinarv Suraton 1 W Q. L. Tenny R. II. Coffey K. ft Coletaku gg Sw -- niture packing. S'anford, Ky. WILL ADAMS Livery: all kinds of hauling, Fur- 173. phone Ice Groam Soda Water i --- MASONS' MEETING. Lincoln Lodge No. wi r. A A. M. l mrtl nU In tinted communication on thlni Monday nlghuofench month. t 7J0 on iimln HtrU Stun-foroViock in thlr hll Ky. Jletnur.ot UIr IJk w. l en- Invited to Iwpriieut. T. nuiKton Hec. 0 T". S STvSimSsiTS i wm j ;$s ff7ziLr Saturday, Sept. 24, '10 J, J. BELDEN. deco-...i..- u cr home, carriage find lnn pnlntlriK .u.n.r hinsimi niin tiuisr trlinnilDi; l curUini of Hll ktncii loch ni top recovt-rini.nd boot tnada, UtOjiover AWrtdKe MeU umib.liop Weit M!n Ht . Hlunford Ky., Grape Juice And a Large List of,Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. nuanuui a basin of water. Cardui is purely vegetable and contains no poisonous minerals, or dangerous drugs. It is perfectly safe and harmless, for use by old and young, and may be taken, as a, tonic, for' months. Without anv nossi. ble harmful effect try it 'I'honeNo.JS. J J ItKLDKN. L&N. TITCETHBLE No.Jl.Kcith. Nil. at, OUHl NO.J4, s'Orth Il'fr. i l;0 a ' '' i. . V . A H. B. Norfhcott. JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. No.n, lu:r.. a Ho.K.f.Vr NO.B.Nn'1 f t M ipcnlng Announcement ! All Kinds of Farm Produce c 10-ll- Stanford Branch hens Fryers Turkeys Ducks Fres T. K. Tudor, M'gV- WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: c YOUCAN BUY!SBBBBEBSeBBEER Your coal cheaper J,L.Beazley'&'Co., right now than any.rSQHQdfijjnBHHQ time in the year. W. Furnituro and Undertaking. Day rhono 28. Night Phono 133. al You are cordially invited to iltend our Dl.play of Fll Millinery. We will ,how the SEASON'S Lale.1 Oration, jn ExtTrading you ern and Domettie Pattern will favor in win a lMZc IMac 7c A. TRIBBLE. tll Ht. Roosters, per lb Hides per lb Feathers '. 15-4- ReipectfuUy, Noel' Sisters, DANVILLE. KY LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. Phone 153 We can please you. J. G. Riddle Skin Affections WHETHER ON s. Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. " J. H6aUgriman& Stanford. KenturKy. 1 jiMfuFi ra. Also Dealers VMrUaTTVt in Futf CONCBiETING ere ting, .nch a. mock Work, faveruenti and. in tact, we can make any thins from on down to a fence pott. ,Wa can eerts Tod promptly and guarantee Artt-elaa- a ana materiaj prlfiM irortfyoh INFANT OR CROWN PERSON CJLIRED BY ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP An Unuual'.OtferJ . atoro- - eays The man at to every person, be It man, woman or child, who baa an Irritated,, tender of Itching skin to come 16 our store and procure a bottle of Z'lSMO and a cake of ZEMO soap and )f you are not entirely satisfied with the results, come back and get your money. So confident are yve of the efficacy, of this clean, simple treatment, that we make you thla usual offer. ZEMO fs a clear liquid for external use that lias" cureJ so many rases ol eczema, pimples, dandruff and other forms or skin eruption, ZKMO and ZUMO soap are the most economical as wll as the .cleanest and most treatment .for alfectlons tl tfeeWn!or scalp; 'whether on infant per&i.VlWnya'Dnig' Store ar&iniB ?., A.) i. .1 i .'a . Jho'-dr&. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying .today for: 3 to 10c '. Hen . 17.19c feiggs 2 ,,. Springers Roasters TnrUovo 11 -- 11 5.4to 5 "i.- - to Phone li. ... n I 1 '' niture, MattUifiniiga. ejr will escbange Furniture, lor til Klnd ol 6toc. Giva TbeaaCall. Priees Right. Weareln potltlon todoall kind, of eon A1fMp. - KTtJCKY c Co. (t or PHILLIPS BROS., buyou material at lean. I' ' Uucks ". v T.'il2 to 13C Harry Jacobs, Marble arid Crahtte ( iMotoWKf. fe J Hides ... .; 8TIRRING TIMES. 15 to. 43c Feathers Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chickwo are having In the building line. carry a lull line, of lime, plaster, en Feed for sale oV In exchange for We cement and everything else needed Produce. Ever) thing purchased for building, Phone 20. here vlll bo found of the best quality and the best for intended purposes. We will save you trouble and uanecw New Llverv. 1 snry expense, by sending to ua, for ah Depot'Street, 1 estimates 1 Phone 0, 1 ..XiAAOM to 7c V finfir Suitincs .winter samples! aro iI)flcrtnndIanafe'tdt)rdl ,fcrjc 3. O. CARTER, k!lfrftfcY. J. A I ALLEN, Sttnftrtf, Ky. , STANFORD, Jly new fall ind noy ready for your Inspection. They comprise tho bet on tho market 1 can suit any one as to prlco vho has his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure Is profcrablo to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't cost ! any moro than ,readj! madq ' Ohm quality, and It. U VUltoK . In and let 9 tJt' Marker and i'oiti V'Mittory and Lw and work., Mo Vaiemncl Hottest-;.OflInney.Ky, merits, When Hungry ;. GOTO CUT FLOWERS F0R5ALE! Canon'. Itettaurant Lancaiter, Htreet Mrale .erred at all hoar, up to lliso r. H. Buit placo lu wn for a good quick W"I meal, I can turnUh ibe rmMlo With the bit. at veil tb frulimt of cut Bower., pUntt of Oooklng to eult our cu.tomeriouripeclalty all kind.. bub. potted Bower., on ibort Hpleodld new line of fancy notice. Alw) make a specialty of wreath. jcr lur iuuvr.1 n umiiuirii Qrocerlte. ll In conoectlo with tbe above. I Li kind, of vvfeublei on hand at fea.ouablo Hot Ooflee, Dasdwlcbe ., pleiXButter milk vrlce. ' and tweet milk. ete.. at mil tint. OIUUHTUAN OIIKBN IIOUMIW, . , KDUvHAia,mwii. ew sMiiiiiMi-- rt it . t ' L r'iH,Hm.iMiW K Ttlr.HDAY, BKlTKMHKK J7tb, 1916 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. f. v KM Zeigler's Ladies Shoes Low Heel at Guess Who's Here? Zeigler's Ladies' Shoes iii.. ...- wc. believe -- vt6 Patent Top, $2.50 fKit! Patent Top " Cupan licet .All Patent Lace Cudan Heel All Patent Cloth Top t Button Cuban Heel $2.50 $3.00 $3.75 -- uccn looking anxwusiy lor incmyanu tncy are the thnc promised, but tjicy look mighty goo J to r theyvvflltdyou. "ThVarc the perfection of shoe maklug, these The lasts arc very much changed, the vamps arc " a niuc us and Cun Metal Cuban Heel lcc - - : ' :T"" " ,,..!.. ... ..., . .. $5( $&5"G Zeigler Shoes arc. shorter, giving the . Gun Metal Button All Come inanh put a pair op. man to take them off of you. It will take more than one shoe sales Patent Velvet Top . " ,a,. .. Cuban Heel. Gun Metal Button .,;,. . pr $3.75" 'X .p.vv Cubanllecl ... " v ht : AAT". a cew line ofI5c box pai nomn Oreer of Cincinnati was at ters?' special Tallies at penny's Unit: home Sunday for a iihort tay flora, Mm. J S. Hire has returned from n visit to her mother In Cavo City. PERSONAL N.OTES Matter W n Sni.r,afs, Jr., visited his rrandparents in last Hr., continues Mrs, John Nevlus, vt Mrs. John Urlaht her nome on Danville avo. quite ,llL.at puetof her mother Mra. MliWi' Mary Hruce and Hue Kout1 JLtllMton. , pent Friday In Datrrtllrt week. Mn. Homer Capoter, of Bhelby-vlll-e - Ml Htiln Ilurch left on Monday li the Kuet o her parent Mr ami for Doiton where sh goes to take aoroe spettai In school work. Mm. J. L, Carpenterjr Mr.,M. J Williams wno haa been Mfanfl 'Mra, J.1U Danghman are visiting Iili brother, J. W. Wllllarai at,lotr.e again from a works.', itajr.ln bna returned tyi&js hptnedn Wl.o.'Va. Bt:iIlls..V li Miss Maude Carter has gono to W U"Fagaly and faltilly of tie Wayneaburg section, ;n,ve on Tnurs-df- t MoraanLown, North Carolina, where Uw'tHiiVttit'tr home at Hood tbv will teach this fall. nnd. rifttjrlitpr Krai k' 41 'VTufinivl River, .Oregon. Mlc-Littllleaxlry tfSta returned to Mlsa Catherine are with friends and Hlndman to take up her work again relatives In the mountain school. Atr..anl ,fr W. It. Thompson and MUi llculali AValllti, or this" county, Mlfi Itertha Hint's returned to their homo at Manchester, Ohio Friday af. la vlaltlnK her unclu Mr Arthur very' pleasant visit with Miss ColuiAliti Ohio. .Mr. J "N Menifee and son, Judgo Anna Gooch' at McKlnney Mr (leorgc Hopper. Jr., has matrlcn J. N. Menefee, Jr., spent soeral days latol at Central L'ulverslty nt IXin- In Lexington Cashier Stanley Mdtoh of the villi- - He says that prospects are good for a big school this year. V n nenburit Deposit Uank, wa here It. II. Mnttony and Miss Marie on business lait Friday. Friday lo r Aliens-vlll- e Under a handsomo large portrnlt Mahony lelt where they go to ninko their entitled "She has bewitched Ixiulsvllle home. society" tbo Inulvtllo Times on Mrs. Helle West who has been the said this of Mint 1HmI0 WilVernon, who li very guest of Mrs. W. II. O'Hannon has reliams, ot Mt. turned to her homo In tancaater popular here Mrs. Jesse Wearen Is back from a MIm Williams li notel aa one of Kentucky'a ttcemoit daughters Her visit tcrt friends In Cincinnati. Miss Ilctilo Yantls haa accepted a home li at Mt. Vernon, and iho haa just completed a visit to frlendi In position 4n an nrt and embroidery tlits city, where iho wai tho. rcclplmt store In Indianapolis. Mrs. It. M. Newland and baby have of constant, aoclal atunilra and charm ed everybody who camo under tte returned from a visit to retaUves In Louisville. spell of her gracloua personainy. There - SEVERANCE C. t SHORT LOCA June-tlon-M- 1 i Mfj' st ' To Kin J3.500. Apply this office. The Ladles' Aid bodety of tho llap-U- i the post office Saturday, Oct. 1st. Fer Sale 231lC0i ones. Dr. Hugsl Reld. chu'rch.srlimb'ah eichangc In The most reliable syste,ri rtwvUir' an(ljrcatorCg vitality, regulates tu'o" all other necessary outbuildings, well! neyg nn(j system. ItccommcndoV fty" Insure your"propcrtyln Kentucky's watered" orM fCnted "cloe ttV'"churt:h yovlr druggist' as the besU J?usfca'" " " I own Henry Clay flr.e insurance aTd"cHoo.', FffW only-- 11,10V. fRocky Mountlu Tua., 3Cs-' 1 Hdlfstcr'i. . .. . .' -- . . mv.ij. ghnvara and Tmit- . M Newland Agent D company pmiwwi Slanrora licai oiico A ply to Will Stone. Stanford, Kentucky. 1 Wantedat Carpenter Miictt'sl4itnir!-rm "Ap-kM tagc, good barn, blacksmith boxed shop cot-- M' Com-pflhy- ur' ", jqay ' h'tt Sale The bouse, on Miss TAti Max Saunders on East Main Sept. 3o will savsTs display of fall and street known as the Fcnnington winter hats. See them" before60--you place. Apply to T. W. Pennington." buy. I ' ' ' f fedf,' nice 69-- 2 z Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. Itetur&.'to this office' and receive re--1 ward: . 0HL 5- I l. ,H.fc. w - You are cordially Invited to atteaTl our fall opening of millinery Friday 8epU 30th. Misses Vandeveer. 60-- 2 honse, For Sale flood, eight-roo- m with lot an"d garden and 'all necessary outbuildings. Also coal Whs 'and store building with good stock, of unods. Terms reasonable. Call or write to Mrs. J. C. Napier, rtowland, Ky., for particulars. Misses Strnub will have their opening Sept. "SOth of fall nnd winter hata. All ladles are Invited to call and see (i: For Sale Fine black road mare, 4 old. stnodard rrgliitered. A. II. SEE OUR LINE OF rl r V " Drown, Danville. Insure your property in Kentucky'a own Henry Clay fire insurance Company. It. M. Newland Agent. ) $ ft m hemm y-- & Wnl-lla.- lira MISS ARNOLD, OF LANCASTER. WILL HAVE HER MILLINERY OPENING SATURDAY, OCT. 1. ALL HER FRIENDS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND. thm. 8t-urda- y Knvoy Walkley, of tho Army, with headquarters nt was here this week collecting For Sale. llrlck bouse and two mnds for the' Army's use. He returns nrn-f-i of land cm Somerset street; nlce tbanks for all- donaUons. cotLnge on East Main street; house and 25 acres on East Main and a An Infant of J. II. Parsons, formerly acres of land on Dan Howland, but now a resident of house nnd five of t ntil.vlll." died Sunday at the home of ville 0 venue'. Apply.to Harvey Helm. Its parents and the remains wcrd For sate privately my home oq East brought here this morning nnd Jntercd 4IJU1I1 DkUU .IMP. L.. - Messrs Young i& Walton, of (lias-gohave purchased ten acres of tho ittmctlve property ot Embry llros., on Ijinoeter street nnd will cut It up Into town Iota. See their Salvation Hd ondesirable the fourth page. Middles-boro- , ' mm flaV I 0 ETC. w. fi i I V Stanford, Kentucky. i this afternoon In lluffalo cemetery. 5 Olirci. lord, Kentucky. D. VA"J., 0 1 shell toacn my usual class of art ou Tuesdays and Thursdays at my tome on Danvlllo 'StrceL Lessons In oil, water colors, pastel and ohloa etaogteftoctoycrfa .saaaMHUIiftftaHl . painting. Charlotte L,. Warren. fU-The. tax books of." Crab" Orchard grail ed school axe now ready nnd taxes ore duo. Tho penalty will go on Noy. 1. The books will always be at tho offlce of the Crab .OrcJard Banklnt? 3 f b (Ji19 ley. 20 Company, Miss Treasurer. . Ophelia - Lackey, CO-- 169 How Is this for n bargain? acres of land situated In n good community close to churches nnd schools New five room cottage, 3 porches, pan try and hall, largo Wn 10 stalls and shed, buf,gy houe mn house etc l'lace vtell watered, cibtern at door, fencing good and buildings all new All this farm can be cultivated and good land. Trice JC5 per acre. . Stanford Heal Estate Company When you get to be vort'h a couple of million ..dollars;, and buy a new airship every once in awhile, people wil? forgive you when you wore rusty clothes, as they forgive a rich man pretty nearly everything. But as long as you are just an ordinary person, keep' yourself looking neat. Its the best investment you caw make. For .. Tobacco growers will tind coke an Write Ideal fuel for drying tobacco. or phone us. D.invllle (Ky ) Gas Light Company. 55-l- TEN DOLLARS There is a suit here for you. For $15 or better ones. we -- 'haver Let Plain gold bracelet. Reward for return to this office. The Eureka" Portrait Company has jiict receled a new line ot mouldings and Is now prepareil to from,, pictures at half the usual price Finest line of moulding ever brought to Stanford Office opposite court house, Lancaster On ne.t Friday and Saturday, Sept. an, SI, the Llpps sUten. will show an fall and Immense "no ot ever t W. E. PERKINS, i rt Street. a ) CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY Bawaawa aaawssMato llughca T. V. Humble a w eT? Ever)boily corshown in Hustonvllle. dially Invited. unsignThe I. J.. 1ms received nn regarding ed letter Horn Hustonvllle lines conditions there along certain go In All anonymous communications nmrt I J. to the waste basket. The know wto stands sponsor of contri-tutor- s , statement made-- the names unless need not be printed be but no attention willsent paid to iu which is communication winter milliner), the largest AMi ,vMaBBHaflBaVaSsVS)aalaaaHBIC I Lit. W. O. Jrartii lW New Dress Goods. lv 'r 4 7 . , LViifytijht u bclumitr U Maix YOU'LL 'prize-winner- s bred styles; and you can just as well take a first premium as not ' find here in our store "the greatest earth" of good clofties: more first thoroughthan anywhere els; all the high-clas- s, old books, letpapers or ters, magazines, ledgers or need, will any Wnd that they do not donating In a good cause by "em to the Presto terlan Aid Society. Apply to Mrs J. R I'axton. Any person having fabrics, perfect tailoring; new styles, hew coloring, new letus show you how well we can fit you in these perfect clothes. ' all-wo- ol Hart Schaffner & Overcoats arx ' ' .Suits $17.50 ts $40. J .V $l to $35.00 i . ns .. -- . & Wearen, '. lightning The sever thunder ana prank storm of Friday played a queer 4 i. at the home of Mr and Mrs( loud Hays on Main StreeL One extra the clap of thunder shattered oue ol winbow window panes In the large but d d dow at the front of the bouse, was sitdamage. Mrs. Hays no other ting new tho window and at first the thougbttbat lightning had smickdnmt found that na levcre than the breaking or. f the T window glass lad been, done. of Education of) County lioard LWo'n countj-- l Ky will receUehW. few "fffe-S'- S . built at McKlnney a.dj bouses to te rj MlUedKevllle- - See U Singleton, board. O Singleton, cha,r of W , n v. Ilunn. secretary I So . X3 ipJ ' We are showing a beautf ful line of. New rWool Goods in black and colors, in ttce new diagonal weaves,Frencni serges, stripes and Broadcloth. lsp the newest and of trimmings; we Kaw jeet shown m &--' overs. Braids Persian banasj and buttons. Call and see u& before buying. ent largr-esfcassoitm- RTf ; E HUGHES, MARTIN STANFORD. & CO.r Dry Goods,', Notions, Shoes KENTUCKY Mti STANFORD, KENTUCKY1.' THIS STORE 18 - at Vaymsburg Saturday. Hon. HiwTlW" King's Mountain He jrlll andl I i THE. HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES L. latte' - W"H' hi.li. Jt1 f- and at Lancaster cwirtday ftWNrt ilsC V V o wf J V S wt Ready for the Big Auction Town Sale in Stanford, Saturday, Oct. 8. t i "p. lfttJ r -- ............... THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. QT - TUKdDAY, BKlTHMHUIt 27th, 1910 L)k We have bought of Embry Bros., a part of the Miller property on the Lancaster pike and will sell the hie 10 biiv vniir nnro a Aiiu au fhf mnof HdCivoKId nnHntrnlAnnd vneirlonp f vv pi ivvi uvuAi UUA UlIUv vivLwU vulUvlIvw nrnnovfxr in QfnnftH kUlIlvl vie r VMwl VT 11 I AAaWk? ft V 1 JL YOUNG'S DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, Glasgow, Kentucky. 'mMAILm -- MMMMjmMjmMMAMAMU , MM f- ... :: ,rt: ? September 28, 1910. I will btfer for sale on tho premises, my highly Improved f I : uauuflUfjuni OF nmTTiTr,mirnTrn Watch That j IBsMMilflkfllliHssMHIHHHiHilHfliHHHHBf" 212 ACnE FARM :; best of pikes, C miles from each Dam We and Lancaster :: :: 'iz'aVrtiacnes Tillable land :: ., .:: JJ5 .or rofeJch Is best tobacco land .' ;j j: :25 .acnes of well timbered riverside land.,, --W iBarytes indications are second to none, and If mined should pay :! :: .: aoat joZ land. :; THE DWELLING jt: twi n Griffon Suit. Baltimore Made The Homecf Ml J. II. BAUG UMAX'S Good Clothes. ';: :: I:: z.i: (Jioaltby location , good neighborhood and close proximity o best tachaciB and churches In the State. tobacco barn with There are three good tenant houses, n :: Bxoetlt basement for stock y6xl34 feeL OoBilerlng location, butldlngs.quallty, land, etc., no more de- :: -- eirable farm home has been placed upon the market. i.:: e :'.: tomt the best in the country Is u nine room, modern built house, :: heated by furnace and well finished. It Is noted for Us lhitlful .'" :: :: :: '' Horse and mule exchange at his home just sold in Stanford, Ky. Sold out to do more business My Fiill line, more complete than ever, is now icady lor. your inspection. Call by and ask to see the only "make" that (its like Tailor-mad- -- and have jutt returned with 5 car loads of mares and geldings of all sizes 1 from Shetland" ponies to half draft mares, to 5 years old, that will weigh JAMES 1,400 when matured, Just the kind to raise high priced mules this 1,200 to I Know from actual experience. tol-DRAFT FILLIES. 15 YEARLING If you have auything to sell to 12 DRAFT MARES. 20 , 4 to 12 DRAFT MARES. 40 3 to 5 YEAR-OLin the DRAFT GELDINGS. to 10 3 to 4 YEAR-OL10 GENERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS. LINE "' MARES. 20 GENERAL PURPOSE " 30 BRANDED PONIES and several Shetland ponies These horses I will close out or put Into winter quarters nil unsold. Take to s of and mares were bought In Illinois, Missouri nnd Montana and Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards them ore branded but were raised under fence and will handle kind and PRICES FROM $15 to J20U. Ho buyennd se s every day in the gentle. I will close at or put Into winter quarters all unsold by Nov IS, prepara ljHQr777v2TZBC2sEjBK year except Sunday. Bring on tory to going to Atlanta to engage In the mule business until April IS, 1911. O your stock, liest market in Will then return and prepare for my annual Bale of Mules and Broodmares the State with plenty of to be held next September As I only bought these to eat a surplus of gras, will exchange any ot them for any other stock to graze, especially 63 arfd water best covered pens, outside of Louisville o Lexington mules and cattle. Am nlwajs In the market for high class mules and STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed business. J. H. BAUGHMAN, tattle. Stanford, Ky. Phones 46 and 116, OTTER, Danville, Ky. 2 1- -4 :: :: :: :: :: :: e clothes. ALL WOOL and not to quit business. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. . THE FARMERS -- STOCK - s two-third- 'aMBMr2aiS HiJiHMBiMiVy 1 SEE ME About That New Suit. s "Can be depended upon" Is an ex- I pression we all llk'o to near, and when It Is used In connection with Chamand equally valuable for children and berlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea j adults Sold by Penuy's Drug Store Remedy It means that It never (alls to cure diarrhoea, dysentery or bowel complaints It Is pleasant to take Just Received a J It. Big BxingtonTrots OCT. Line. 4m to 14 PURSES I -- L. L. SANDERS, Crab Qj&h&dt Kentucky, 1 8 GREATEST IN THE WORLD! j now STAKES !i 1 $85,000 aok Farms, First Annnal Sale "Oreatest event of the -- ! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th kind ever held In Kentucky. CO saddle mare, rMtfl and fillies, tseady. GO Jennets and colts. All of these Jennets registered. Catalogues Jvery one should be kept In Kentucky. J. F. COOK & CO., PUBLIC SALE. Lexington, Ky. NOTICE. $21,000 Futurity -Tuesday, Oct 4 - Tuesday, Oct. 4 3,000 Tennessee 5,000 Futurity -Wednesday, Oct 5 Wednesday, Oct 5 Gret 2:05 Trot -$5,000 Transylvania Thursday, Oct 6 Great 2:02 Pace Friday, Oct 7 $10,000 Championship Stake, Monday, Oct, 10 3,000 Cup Stake - - - Monday, Oct 10 Thirty Other Sensational Races. Daily Concerts. fljfiinBif IGH One Fare on Railroads, DIAtto'un tOHHECTonal Having, decided to quit farming, I will oiler for sale at my home two miles from Stanford on the Huston-vrll- e plko on 1'. Held's. farm, known as xttx! Will Hays place on Saturday, Oct. Jfc--t. 1910, My personal property, con lUng of stock, farming Implements, brood mares, one pair lharhcB, one horse, two 2 tto yearold illlles, four milk cows, calve, one Jersey heifer, -- !. vpair yjiArtins rfttrmtair two one mare mules, 23 good cattle, "Jo 'good rogo, . lmnlprTM-ntH- v. aeons. dIowT lifirfaw's.' binderriubwH .jrjj, rakes, one lightning hay press, ftrgood .repair and other things top numerous to mention. 5ale begins at 9 a. m. Terms made Ifcnown on day of sale. At same time Mr. F. Held will dispose of a number of nlco young M. L. MYE11S. horses. day of Algust, Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct It. ono-hal- rnnultini.. nt In the district court of the United States tor tbe Eastern district of Kentucky, In the matter of Clarence J. Slpple, Bankrupt. liy virtue of an order entered by J. ... Notice of Sale on Bankruptcy. N. Saunder, referee In the above styled case, I, as trustee of same, will on Saturday tbe 22nd dty o( October A. U., 1910, between the 'hours of 10 o'clock a. si. and 3 o'clock p, m. on the premises being XZ of farm land, situated In Lincoln county, Kentucky, on toe waters of Green river, adjoining the Oenham rami, and lying near the postotllce of Jumbo, 'TKentuery vspQ.se to public sale to the highest and best bidder, for cash In baud, he aboe described tract or parcel of land, together with nineteen acres of land adjoining same, now owned by Clarence J. Slpple, the bankrupt abovo named, and also f Interest la the growing crop upon tho said land. Given under my hand this the l'Jtn s ffV) - s s X IBT"BM","""TfflBr -swBf i'm I I '"i Hi i , .riW lyr Tv's. UH HITCH UP SIX NORLEIGH BATTERIES DIAMOND With our qulok aotlon oonneotor as shown above and you produoe the bast Ignition spark. Batteries last longer II worked In multiples, Norlclgh Diamond Batteries have a moisture space that is so protected that they do not dry out lllce others and are less aflected by cold than others. sixteen amperes produce a perfect ignition spark. Norlclgh Diamond Batteries range Irom seventeen to twenty amperes. To make them stronger than twenty amperes It an excessive charge that soon exhausts itself. FOR SALE BY GEORGE H. FARRI3, STANFORD, KY. show horse. One Peatlna stallion, a flno Individual and well broken; one yearling PeuWne stallion, a blue ribbon winner aad a hndsoma colt. Kite nice brod mares and colta by Sldl and as handroroe as can be; all by Tho Wartleld; four brood mares, ail safe In foal to Jack; ono tised. harness mare, ery One; two John Ituasill. of Casey county, harness horses; ono bought from V. M. Yonell his farm of ." acres on tho hnrn'- horse, ery fine; one Bradfordsvllle pike, a mile from Hustontille at 1100 per harness mare, very fine; one acre harness mare, very One; Lightning stnick tho tobacco barn harness geldings; of .Mr John U Lynn near llustonvllle three last Sunday morning and tore away two yearling fillies, very fine. Alt of otic end ot the building. Thcro was thin young stuff Is by The Warfleld much tobacco hanging In the barn but and out of tho very best bred mares, It wai not damaged. Len (I, Kdelen, ot Danville, was bad such as C K. Clay, Gambettln Wilkes, ly Injured be being kicked by a horse Naboth. Dignity Dare and Dd Kim-bowhile showing Some animals to Dr etc. R. C McChord, Ot Lebanon, last week Two Peavlne miles, good Mis collar bone was broken nnd bis Jacks, black, head , shoulder and side wero bruised ons; two nice Ho remained unconscious for six vflth white points and the best broko hours. Jack In Kentucky; one 4 year-old A. T Nunnelley shipped a carload ot rows to Ureene and Embry at Cincin Jennet Jack colt by side. lot of other Jenets all bred to good nati Friday, which he had bought hre at I3.7G. Jacks. Mr. Nunnelley sold to James Messcr Five niro mare mules, tine workers 9 nice mule Icr J200 and a busch of and strictly good; one pair splondld hogs at 10 cento. Mar Sale. Nice fresh Jersey cow, horse mules well broko and young; r Kd Hubbard. ono ktrktly good yearling mare mule; At the sale of tho Fagaly heirs near one yearling horso mule; one mulo Waynesburg conducted by Col. J. P. Chandler cows sold from ?& to SI0, coit, six splenoma feeding cattle; 8 mules at C0 three being taken down splendid butcher hclfcrs. (it I7S; farming Implements and The public will see Homo ot tho furniture, household and kitchen brought good prices. Some nlco corn best indivdunls that has ben ottered sold at fJ.Tfi a barrel and winter oats for sale In a long time all bred up to brought CO rents a bushel. the top. John Bright ol the Hedgevlllo sec Terms ot salo will bo made known tion has a mar0 which certainly shows on day of sale. her horse sense The animal Is kept In a lot where there Is a farm bell. S. M- - Oweas & She Is fond of corn and meal mixed together and when this feed Is not McKlaaey, Ky. given her sho takes the bell cord In Incessantly until Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. her mouth nnd rings 1'he other the food I forthcoming. night the meal sate out and tho old more rang the bell for five hours. A supply wuh secured early the next morning If she Is not fed exactly a the same time three times a day, she rings. It Ib thought that she got onto tlte scheme when being worked In the cornfield last summer When the hell was rung for dinner time, sho was brought to tho barn and ted and hgaln - VlPfcgMjj a4t--? at supper following the ringing ot the M belt Du-ro8 l, til-t- ror Sail OoXhI cow with, calf weeks old. J. U Jarvls. K. K U No I'laln ulno-liolwheat drill good as new, for sale chvap. V. H. Logan. KOH SAUK Nice )oung. Jersey J S. Turpln, 8tnfordl '"ilK ivy. t Lot me Insure your barns and toV A. Trlbblo. bacco Let 11 M. Newlsnd figure with yoti borore placing your flre Insurance r Sole A well improved farm of so ncres, near Mt Salem, household and kitchen furniture, stock, anc rnrtnlng tools. P. If. Woodson. Mt Salem, Ky. Kor Sale High grade Southdown ram lambs, risher and Kenlck crosses. Sirs. Mattle H Iiewos, Moreland, Ky., It. It No I. Box 49 Wanted To buy a place of "5 to 100 acres In Lincoln county, one hav. ing Improvements. Address I O. Box 65, Stnnford, Ky. Tor 8ale Two sows. 18 shoats. 65 stock hogs. John Cook. Stanford A few thoroughbred Vor Sal c Jersey boag pig. April farrow. Price rensonable T. J Durhum, 53-Crab Orchard, Phono 13-The Price sale at Crab Orchard will Ikj IkjM Saturday Oct. 8th and not has been hitherto adverthe 1st to PUBLIC SALE!" On account of falling health, I will icll at public auction at my farm near MclOney, Kentucky, o co. 57-z- THURSDAY, SEPT. Some of tho 29, 1910 cry best bred Dorses, Jtcks, Jennets nnd mulo colta In Kentuckj, consisting of THEWARFIELD This stallion has proven himself one of the bett recdom in Kentucky nnd la a tery fine individual. POWHATAN Will also be sold. Ho Is a breder, an excellent Individual nno and Sa, J. C. McClary, faI-Fij- M !yjtirppii!' Batteries registering 1910 A. DYCHE, Trustee. Itoehrs, hears the distinction ot hav Ing teoth, earlier than any other rhllt oil record in the United State. Little Undertaker and Cmbalmer Lillian had one tooth, fully grown nm STANFORD, . KY- developed, nt birth Dauvlllo Advo cate Office 'Phone 17 Homo 'Phono 35 Lllllun Lane Itoehrs. the old daughter of Mr und Mrx. 11 II ' fe iMaaliWll liaafrsMwi ill hli. jy - iw