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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r fa arty 1 LA tr a I y ftI THE INTERIOR JOURNAL4 L r J VOLUME xkxVU STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30th 1910 NO 02 I IMPOSSIBLE TO GET LINCOLN COUNTY JURY I I BOYLESOUGHT CASESOLDIERS IN CHARGE TI J With armed militiamen guarding all picketingIt evermanKro Shay Pellman for romiiiittltiif ei ossaulj upon little Nancy Rankln be ran bore Wednesday At thfttltno tho Ofnterlor Journal closed Its report on Friday tho court was engaged in en dcavotlnc to sectlro a from a opt clal panel from Boyle county tho ven ire of sixty men from this county having been cxaustal with bug ono man Mr Fryo of the West Ends qual ifying for tcrvico Tho CIO has been discussed so much In this section that practically everyone summoned tind formed or expressed an opinion as to thegu11t or Innocence of the accused The trial of the negro hat proceed crl very quietly Thero Will a large crowd In town on Wednesday com posed chiefly of those summoned lor grand or petit Jury service however ConMdcratlo curiosity was evinced at tho presence of the soldiers hero but nothing lu the way of an overt act ha been manifested Sheriff McCarty wunt to Louisville anti brought IVllman from thr Jail there where bo had been confined for A safckocplnn back hero on the 1150 train Tuesday night Capt Waddle with hli soldiers from Somerset met p the officer and prisoner at Lebanon i rijtd Cavort d them on to Stanford A guard was Immediately placed around the jAil hero Judge Unlktr was late In arriving Wednesday morning and court wae nut convened until about ten oclock i The court room was well filled with f impl who lytd boon admitted n kquada of three at n time1 after W- Ing searched on the ntalrruy ly the I noldlftrs A opoclat grand Jury was quickly r QJttioc jnty the ji jg mbprV being T N K Gaines It C White C M 1 ling W A Cortey J P Chancellor George Goocb li D AldrldKc U E rpwcll R If HORUC E W Dunlap and Gainer Price- Jddpc Walker delivered a strong rce to the grand In wblcMhu took occasion to explain lib calllns fonlho soldiers to gnarl Pellman He t Sid that he had full confidence In the courage and Integrity of Sheriff Me C Y and other local omcers but fo- ilnchance should b tak + p urd so 4et their prolesU had himself re quoted tho presence or thd soldiers o Walker declared that ho was wJNag to accept full responsibility WJjhklconclentloun n Indictment was lulcklyk r turned J h cbarglnpvtbqk attorneys R H Tomlinson ot iMciiBter and J S Owsley Jr of Uikj city ho entered a plea of not lty + I r yw y11 mOottHfQtjnd that they had not had time nor 14 pror rlr look Into th cM or prepare a defense havIis- hlt I retained to defend him a1 1IlC- It1Ifo hour ufutllIhAmaelvoa vjltk true carte coMldedne that ample time Ur the nature or Hilt case Adjournment was then taken until that hour yesterday w1LS5 upSat rfcc4VcnIng of court trial was entered upon A special venire of nlxiy men from all parse of Jlncoln county was soon c =b tlcvery man man examjne f having ltl1B d Ms Ir I revocable opinion ot the case and thus oMsmialtfylsg Wnclffor acrylce Seeing that It would be practically an t Impossibility tosecure a Jury Tronv tI VJIlkr tbiprorecdati Doyle county and Impanel a 75 men and no report with them at court this morning aii 1iltD Y l SO DI 8 AT TntAsIiAVNQilldTME Tha soldier bOYs came to town In charge of the negro Shay Pellniatf Tu night and hue been having corpatlereIsor Ctijt Henry Waddle who h the reputation of being one of the ner viest and most effltl at officers In the ard Ho hoyhc- MlnyWUhh11fh hsJntho ahdi are tt- dUIVII1tq rtfq8fWvo 1hoacpiapany hero ffl1l1 ro I 1 enrL 1 LfeJiTenanrMait B urnel First Sergeant a l H Coleman Sa nod Sergeant Toni ti e Sergeants Kpbi AX htW4iW taraf1ITtaiiU i lrLp RJ ctlrpQ1jtt up4eBcn t Urr Claude apes a 4 Tom IIha IoautCaWra Ftoa beryand l luau D Smgleton Musician Claudo 1t lint fin Privates Matt 0 Bryant Luther Pursell Letter D Camden Sherman Carl Andy Cormlney Walter Cor mlney Reed Coleman John W Cook Marshall B Darts George Ocnham Charlie Dobblfts Sam Dutton Lee I J Jtoyd Luther Alnes Sam LovD an v v i j w H I 4HJirzlvX IlGrrellfoor Uust PholpsFred Had Scott Leo Swanson Os car Vltatoo and Albert White In lire mornings and evenings when not on guard duty tbo militiamen have have great fun chasing and blanket In negroert of thti town which cohstnts In bouncing them Into tho air ahd catching them in a blanket MId taut by a number of the trooper Quarters for tho soldiers have been obtained In tIp storeroom on Main street recently occupied by the The ntorlum moving picture show Pickets nro planed out some distance on each pike lending Into the city every night and a strong guard Is left around tile Jnll nt nightfall which will probably bo continued while Pellman la in tile city and tlin trial In progress It Is estimated the cost ot keeping tho soldiers here to the state Is easily frogs lf 0 to 200 a day 120000000 Pounds OF TOBAGO TO BE THROWN Ot MARKET BY BURLEY SOCIETY Tho Lincoln county commute of U XuccO growers have returned from the Lexington meeting and will report to the growers here tomorrow The Hur icy Tobacco Society has decided that unlesss tho 120000000 of tobac cb In the 1909 pool Is sold by Oct 6 the society will offer It at public salt on the open market at Lexington Rnd continue to auction It off until nil li sold In a speech President LeBus sale that the old poolers were thinking only of the 1109 pool Initead of bend log their energies ta organizing th pool for 1910 and that the sale of thr pool of 1909 would thwart The Trusts scheme to wreck the aoclctj and disarm tho dumper The report of countlci on the acreage pooled to date ere read and complied and showed a to taltt only 38123 acres Tho executive committees Ignored all sugfitMtlons to amend tho 1911 pooling cntract bv insotrlng tho trIO nooacrcaRO copdltlon and determine to stand pat on prenent contract ni framed It recommended that the in coming board Qr Us cjtecutive com call an election nfonco to take avote of the poolers to docile the Quetfon td cl the pool ot t9 ion cr ort before November 1 Fimder Of L J Z I PAYS tT PLEASANT CALL Afcl AfPnEClXfiDCOMPLIMENT D W IJllton who with the late R dlCampsneslllfounded the Interior Jour nal alttio SS years ago was hoc ttFbaE ayj on Insurance busindsV rjprestntlDK lhQ Michigan Life Inrfur ante Company Avblch bad a pollcyoo the life of this lafA Judge M C Saw ffcy jot J llitapwell advanced In years but Is hale and as spray as a uniqa younger man Hepald the I J iaft appreciated vjslt and viewed the maiM itnHrW p tRJ tbL c floe tho llu type machine folding machine diiijl fffl plhor lgtioriivIng devices wttli hijch liftcrdst remarking upon tjM j greatly Improved facilities for PubllbjjILi Ink a newspaper oVer tbo days whoa ll fltrugKhdtoiBet It out once a wtiek almost a halt century ago He saw I afSfeJtt1jrOut adcltaaplsn- dld a her aad Uhedr somUeu ofll 1 waist you Id Bcnalt to uK nnahe pulled out ai dollar and put It where I- wrmld do too nio9t good Col 1 IUo1Is aa intense admirer of Oov McCrcary and said In his tray els the State ohis Insuranco- tno VeopTenrmySVsiJSd feilni for the bUi e he foaad the icntlment 01 dernoVaUa BomlBatloa for governor t lraura to win the nomiaefoq fish t Ift elected by the largest majority over given a governor lu 25 years I EARLY MORNING HOLDUP Thursday morning at 4 oclock4John WadleUa farm hand whit roar spot was hold up by a Wjrl y negro who with 45 In hand ordered Callle tout also colored to rifle Waddles pockets jfter which ho was permitted to i jfM 1i1 AVadaoi amd miwn town nnd tQIm Qhlef of Polite Mho acdoplpapleitlm to woman Jj of the holdup was round wUh hA Inonuyrtrilfandi0bnc lov ld yu 1I11 fKvi7AW1tRFp- Abed The negro mwRjiad vatilooae tovpver hetpeheotltrr aairTf1 ITeddy whipped th old guardtoa rrnszIe In the New York rruublican t IdntmymW m r temmx rQ wYOIkCtty1l Jt inrdto ac apt thl 4emocr t 1 fijlnaA rln lots UlJv I JISAWF1JLERCPT1O- NI a 1b1calfo exclteti brief Interest and your Interest m skin eruptions will be as short if you use Bucklen Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst bolls ulcers or fever ores are soon healed by It Best for burns CuU Bruises Sore Lips Chap ped bands Chilblains and Plies It tvec Instant relief 25ceniAat PaneI HARDlN ANNOUNCESFOR JUDGE COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEY WILL SEEK DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION TO FILL 1 VACANCY Commonwealths Attorney Charles A Hardln who is In Stanford attend ing to his official duties in connection v tth tin praioctitldn rot the negro Pelman at Uio special term of court is Informing his friends that hot In a candidate for the democratic nomina tion for Circuit Judge in this tho 13th Judicial district Tho election to select a successor to the lato Judge Kaufley and to fill out tho balance ot bis unoxplrcd term from Jan 1 1912 will be held November 1911 and U Is expected that the democrats of the counties of Lincoln Garrard Boyle and Mercer will make a nomination early In the year Judge Lewis L Walker a republican is now holding I the office by appointment of tho Gov ernor to fill tho vacancy until on elec tlon cnn be held In November 1jll So far Mr Hurdln Is the only for mally announced candidate for the place though the Irlends of lion Ueo h Stone of Danville have been en deavorlng to prevail upon him to make the race Mr Hardln Is meeting with n great deal of encouragement from prominent democrats all over the dis trict and by reason of the splendid record which he hAS made during his services as Commonwealths Attorney Iris friends assert that he is much the strongest man In tho district now and if left to the people will have a big majority with him Mr Hardln home Is In Mercci county where ho won long a prominent prartlonor at the bar before seeking political office Ho was nominated foj Commonwealths Attorney practical j without opposition six years ag9nu1d electFwithoutsecond terms He hns a great man jarra friends lit LlncohV county as Ian other cOuhtfefoQ the dlsi iricX who will gladly his cm dldftey for the office vfclch they say he deserves as a veil e rnedr promo Ion and Just recognition of Ms emi Beat eervlceIf the cdmnionwealtha jJorneyphlp r Agikstjijs Brbjher IF HEICREPUBLICAN N6MINEE FORJUDGEN ET YEpR Edftiqr Gjeeji ClaySvsJkVr Pt kancas leer i ashere tip t of thtj peclal i terra of courtWedaesday He la a brother of Judge tdwia It WakM and unlike him Is a dyed Intbewool pemocrat Editor Walker says that f11s brother Ja thO r i Iann9 l eke for election a circuit JU gene t Teat her wlll wage anfgordus flgA upon him in hit paper I ho Central 1lecordfor he ls a democrat first IJSt fend all the tjtnq 8ricb dempcraey U tiertal tf ortho best sort and Edf tor Walker will undoubtedly be com hieuded for such eYidence of his de votion tohla party I Hnbb11 vcrli There was no preachjng at tho Christian church on account orI rain I H It Dunnaah ofWayAe counts ten here this week lopklnrfor nitric polls lie bbugbt llnt Lancaster Mbn flay nt 60 toffQ1 i of Pulaskl countyH T Dunnagan was here looking for a farm Mrs J B O 9vpr ofBronston Is Vlsylhp her brother Lee Rankin IturnedbOllleLas bgon visiting herjinpther arid otb tr rejatlVos 4 Harvey Rogers Is very sick with e c Calhelene rp Alexander Is quite IK- JYlh9BvAJex8nder bought 25 1050 pttpd cast e Jfroni Rankly Jt Fitz latrlckat 4 34 cents Js M Rankin 861430 HrO earol4 Miles tb a party at JIS650 perhea ind bought ori3G Fox33 mule colts Ht5r l FARM Fort SALE 2I acres 2 12 miles southeast ot lustonvllle known as the Bennett Cloyd farm 60 acres in wheat stubble remainder in grass well Improved and a flne stock farm will sell at a bar aln A W Carpenter Moreland 50 acres of land 3room boxed cot taRo good barn blacksmith shop and all other necessary outbuildings well IRteredaud fenced close to church K 0 iC Wb HIGH CLASS STUFF I AT SAM OWENS SALE GOOD CROWD PRESENT AND BID SPIRITEDTHEI of the offerings of S M Owens Son at their sale near McKlhney Thurs day Some very high class horse flesh was offered In the bunch being the handsome stallion Powbatan which went to F l1 Ware of McKln net for 360 A good crowd was prey ent and Col J P Chandler the auc tioneer kept them busy at all stages A nIce burgoo dinner was served The sates were as follows Mule colt Jas Woods 50 Brown mare ins Woods 12250 Mulo colt A T Nunnelley SJ Filly colt Jas Woods 61 Horse Colt A n Nunnelley 40 Horse Colt A R Nunnelley 4- 014yearold mare A H Royalty 76 Filly colt James Woods 81 Horse Colt R H Crow 76 Sorrel mare A It Nun1elley 176 3yearold horse Jack Cover II 2yearold horse J B Williams 125 3yearold horse R U Engleman UO Pair 4yeat old flare mules J B IfonakerlZO Pair 3yearoId mare mules J B Honaker445 4 heifers J C Coulter 4e pound 2 Steers J D Honaker at 476 Teg year old Jennet Jno Hughes 25 15 year old Jennet E P Woods 93 2 Jennets Squire Hensley 10 Yearling filly Jas McKechnle 100 Yearling lilly Ins McKecfcnle 85 10 yoar old mare A T Nunnelley J69 2 year uld mule Geo Morris 125 Peavlne fllly R S Scudder 125 Pair threeyearold horse mules C It McCormick 300 Yearling mare mule R B Woods U 2Cli Mule colt Jas McKechnio 60 oarllng mule W II Shanks 70 Yearling horse colt WHShanks 56 Yearling horse colt J B Williams 76 stallion 6yeanold toy Dig pityIJireF + M Ware 360 H ldlng W B Burton 165 K ildlnc R U Goddard 3ycMf tiI p Woods lsbP0t year mare t lit yi old rbA atieelfr 124- 0YenrZingco 1 etc 250 3 Itn If 41t 150 4 year old Jack A T NuflaVjley 135 5 yaarold lack Virgil CapDhell I- 0Rte ToKtaiicky r CHAfctESLUTEfeiWJLL BUY CAT i TL E HERE GAIN I i The many trtndsof Mr and Mr Charles Lutes will be glad to know that therelonjat thNr home In Kentucky tngajn and will ridt feturn to cal J jll VMS tMlh V flees located for thepast frsv y atf MrvJuttt hsts jus acceptdja poet tjOn with a big cattle handling firm and will be located In thli territory in thE future wllhtheadqUarters at Pan I He it regarded as one ot the- shreyg4est cattle mgr ever produced ahywherti and has had a number ot ntsrtoniMble posltionsoU eftd hhh Ho felt 6odO posltioh With the great packing firm of Morris fc Co of Ch- tcaaoto return to Kentucky While hv has reai faith in1 the future of CanadA ilrl Is no place which locks as good to wm as old KeniueKy rr JGrab Mrs Agnes yetrjlng celebrated her birthday ry by serving a sumptuous dlnnertoher relatives and trlenda Thoeqpr1pcnt were Mr and Mrs J children Mr land Mrs HenVy Wells and children Mrs D xooci- i Mrs rntum and Miss Elizabeth VayneWjentato Ixutsvlllo last yeek shopping Mr J C Bigler of Winter Park heal been visiting his mother Mrar MajyiBV Sigler lls i COllIer or Somerset has1 beehiwhB Mrs Walter Rogers to- rnrllas visit s o JJt iks In company with tfs5dl Fz Tate ol Stanford attend b4Tth Cincinnati exposition sirs Iate lot rsnd Mrs Lan SImp pin oJ W1ncBfttbrfh5tVebceh recent nu4l MISs lIrQtLMtSfhMJtf Alf Verton uda has been a guest of Mrs J AVii iEdmlston Jlws q ni l1ls loW vis Jting in Itlcbinond Mrs Heniy McClure of Downs 111 Is visiting his mother and othoj rela tlves Messrs A Y Cultpn4 David Anger son apd nC Payne attended the ex IUon MtaaGerttud4lieids of Flortdnwbe- lea been spending the summer with froJ C Bailey and family has returned home going by Cincinnati and vising the the exposition Mrs Martha Fish had a very severe falf and fractured one of her ribs Little Edward McCarthy son of Mr 11 I 20 Per Cent Dividend v SPLENDID SHOWING BY ROCK CASTLE FAIRBRODHEAD NEWSII Brodhead Sept 2Jth she Rnckcastie county fair assocta ton held Its meeting a few nights ngoI ant4 declared n dividend ot 2O cent besides carrying a handsomi balance in reserve fund Charloy Moore age 17 son of Xm Moore jf tle MareUburg section who accidentally shot himself a few days ago and was thought to bo getting better died Sunday night and wa3 burled In the Marctsburg cemelerj Monday The 18 months old baby boy pf N- and Mrs L B Parsons of 1508 West Broadway Louisville pled Monday or dlptherla and was burled at Stanforc Tuesday Mr Parsons Is n passenge conductor running between Loulsvllli and Richmond Mrs Parsons was for merly Miss Pearl Newland of tlliR place They have our sympathy In their trouble- Ails Helen Sayers of the Spiro sec visiting to Shelby City and Paint Lick this week Mrs Alex Wells of the same section is vlsltln her daughter Mrs Preston In Clncli natl Rev J A Sayers of Pinevlll Is with Mr A E Albright here Ulls week Mrs Ida Catron of Walnu Drove was with the family of Jame Owens hero first of the week Mn Nellie Rico of Livingston is with he paronttMr and Mrs O E PrInler here this week R S Martin had n fine tesni of mules killed by a train a few nights agoThe graded school at this place Is progressing nicely about 200 student enrolled Mrs Rebecca Francisco witb of F V Francisco Is very low nt this Tae day writing but little chance foe her recovery Therewilt be preaching at the Bar tli t church Saturday and Stinflaj Pastor Jamison who has been holdini a meeting in Tennessee is expected tote here Hastonville t The LIboity hack on Friday can tallied 15 passengers for here and Qroreland WoOD Hocker was the happyreo clpjent last week of a very hang goldcllfrbuttoolfrotn admiring friends Frank I ujk arrived home lastweel llIIIOre too spend the 1111 118bealthThe beldved wlfduf Wordle Caanoi Imo lives near McKlnnoy died 114It Week after aJlfJgenII Illness of hux 1 Shin wag attended by Dr hide blle able and prollclerit efforts to i lib hrllf9 waa unavailing the dlai- fle hftpiriKgQUen beyond he skill oi he man to save I Alrfl QII1Ic nd daughter of Tam 1 spent the l1l1im t wJtt uO mds a d 1 vjetitndletIaastssGek tprjoulsvlll 14 a ttewl eeke tbqr Wa140 Tampa f M- eteChnld re angel w John e and Earthly of Coyjnato fitter a delightful two weeks stary y iltt Jujlgfia +llMra iJv V Goo c hl Pil- Ients4AIleNtn borne hOunds were called last seek to irfYvUle where a store Cal befin rofabidv The trll was foHowec ulflclentfy tP teM thetae ao arresti will follow Mrs Eo It ReiittedfOf Stanford was tiie guest lastrweek of Mrs NannU RUle The practice of taking horses am buggies across the suspension root le positively forbidden ridge over Ute creek ort Ycst fcndo Our ctty Off Iclals WIll6Crtp I vthaUb will tfatch a4 v tJlQ LndivKtsb8uat yfcjtiOs Ms tJeU badly 1tel1 lit par tea tn a rusts to gstlbome itMrs J T Uohon l ffilt s r- a YIelt to her slsterM PAf tt anont Antol 11 ton Bdwllng Green r Mt Douglas Bittegbckof Kentucky WaRbn Manufacturing Company atop red oft Wednesday for a few hours with his old colleague Mr Fred Jet fart Mesdames W H Myfirs and O C Uitfe prepared an entertainment In in crest or the Helen C Moser fund B T ru at the Myers last week t which Mrs Minnie Robinson road- nlntlresllnitIIKetcbot tine enterprise Mls3Nell6 Allen the as embly with a brilliant recitation and tllsses er Elizabeth des nKleadwea John B Rlffe ad Allen hums contributed greatly music as only Huen s la exc nt r W o attendcn inmleerationrto ec hataa beautlfu Pnd 1Ir IbterVt Kinlaw h- Irt e stet W Mpnds SI- pn j l urlt ryurselbnaiball PJF W- y ar EvO the ninny thousand friends and ajonri utb paw fwlrlor MUJoit MfCsmMiVrTrm be clad to know ed iTem till laCH Illness lie sayglf ills appetite continues he will tip the beam at 175 Ere the springtime comes gentle Annie For SdeA magnificent 160 acre lllue Grass farm with splendid Im provements beautifully situated on pike two mile from town rN better NOTABLE NUPTIALSAT MISS ROSA MEIER WEDS MR BERNARD HOEHNOTHERNEWS Highland Ky Sept 29th Married at the residence of Mr and FattierHinkeOttciifcoim German reformed churches Miss Rosa Meier and Mr Bernard Hpehn or Ottenhelm This waa one of the most notable weddings that has ever occurred at this place there being about 100 guests present Little Misses Irene Meier and Mar garet Huffman nIeceS of the bride who acted as flower girls preceded the attendants Mr Walter WarflqlA and Miss Emma Meier sister of the brldo bearing a basket of white and pink carnations Vie attendants all being dressed in pink and white and the bride In white The ceremony which I was quite a lengthy one was all In German followed by a prayer In English by Rev J M Cook After the ceremony and congratu lations the bride announced that she would throw her boupuet Into the air and the one catching the same would be tho next one to marry There was quite a scramble among the marla geable girls present when Miss Fan nie Hatfield the beautiful school madam of Mt Moriah succeeded in catching it A beautiful supper was then served to the large crowd present The bride and groom have both been liv ing in Louisville for some six or eight yearn This is the sixth child of Mr and Mrs Meter to marry but the only ono to marry at homo Among tho guests that were present were Mr lamp Meier of Danville Mr and Mrs fvrus Cover of Corbin Mrs O M Hulfinan of Danville Mrs O P Huff man Mrs John Camenlsch Mr and Mrs Arnold C fenrgurg of Stanford Mr BYO Dover Of Hustonville Mrs Pardiiccl of Georgetown Miss Hattie Walters of New Jersey and Miss Rice of Grand Junction Colorado The writer wishes the bride and groom a long happy and useful life Farmers are getting along nicely housing their tobacco considerablywhoeked that Mauser Baugh was dead The young man was about 21 years of age and had made a trip to Oklahoma last spring returning about July 1st and since his return he has been con fined to his home by malarial fever no one thinking he was seriqusly sick fit lived with hisonly slate Mrs J IK FToyrf whom ho asked to go to tap fepring and get hint n fresh drink Mien1 she found blnr dying His re gains were laid away at Ute grave yard at the Methodist church by the tilde of his mpthec who preceded him fatherdndDied at her home In Stanford on Sunday Sept 25thi Mra WfJ Youn- giletltemainewere laid away at the Mt church afterfunera ser Ifces conducted by W JoeJtcCIary he leaves a husband and fire chil dren to mourn her loi Rev Carr fillet his appointment at pitt Morlah Sunday Her A I Wilson bids assigned as pastor of tile Highlands Methodist church bit has not arrivedyyet i Rev Elbert Youjig who was asstgn CltO theBoonvllla church after vie sing hla parents hers for twoweeks or left last Saturday with hIs wire and baby rot Boonvllle 1frsJ Wash COOk has returned rOm visiting relatives in New Albany iWdf Mr and Mrs Perk Elliott and Mr and Mrs John Davenport of Humph fey spent several days with the Jer ley Bro apd Mr and Mrs J M fXpung 1 Clay+ nor of Tenn was herd this wle1i fltif his sister Mrs W li paujfjiMr WIU Baugh has returned from I vIsit to hla brother George Baugh n Detroit Michigan f Mr a lt M YoungSorma Luclle and Roberta with Rev E E Yuung wife and baby vjsUed their 1 elaUvesaIetbclRidgeMrs her daugh ter Mrs Walls at South Fork 1 Your kidneys maybe ol long stand Ing It may be either acute or chronic but whatever it Is Foleya Kidney Uemedy will aid you to get M ot It qulcnyJ sad restore year turdl health iSG1 Ones bptUe Hf Fdley Kldiwr RejEae4y made we 1 Grand View a yr 8hukIkSa itolttBtlmrf Wl bp withdrawn it net aeldv viWfl 30 days lntIoS bW82 HubtonylUe Ky Mrsn a nter left luwday r rh wSeks v4lt with relatives at- IradfordevltlO ant vicinity crI an ship dto Chi hltlaU this week one ear Ice bVitchcattle 3il2t6 4il2es MrV Thofiftfca Rrackfifc oft Gerard uaty wJU Miss EsteUn Yo clm at the dome or the brides par Pnts near Geneva on Thursday Sept 2jth Mrs Jacob WUmert Lincoln III found hr way back to perfect health Sho writes I suffered with ktdeey trouble and bapkache and my apt petite was very poor at times A few weeks ago I got Foleyfc Kidney PiUs and gave them a fair trial They gave me great relief so continued nt1L WaDItLJun assist la aerficL 8BPTBMIJER mfclMO 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALFl1mAy TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872- BVISItT li TUESDAY AND FIUDA r 3 At U Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEYPubllhtri Entered at the Post Office at stan l lord Ky as Second Class matt Much criticism is being heard o f Judge Lewis L Walker for ordering I 4State troops here to protect the negro Pellman from danger of mob vlo Ipnce after the unusual manifest tlon of respect for the law and will- Ingness that it take its course upon the part of the Messrs Rankin at tbe time of the commission of the negro iI crime No one questions but that Judge Walker acted in the best o f faith and his own statement befon the grand Jury accepting full reaponsl billty for the calling of the soidleri here proves hlscpnsClenUousneB8Ali I the matter but nothing he may say or do will rem V the stigma that has been placed upon the county office I and the other parties most affected by haying armed soldiers here to proI d tect the prisoner The general opln Ion seems to be that In view of the I tfact that the Messrs Rankin them k 1selves arrested the culprit and peace I brought him to town to turn over to the officers of the law and at time when their feelings were undoubtedly at the fever pitch some better mark of confidence in their most common dable law abldlng spirit then shown should have found expression at this time rather than that open suspicion be cast upon them and their friends j by the summoning of soldiers here t to guard the negro j t Dr Carpenter 1t 7 NEW PRESIDENT OF STATE MEDI CAL SOCIETY y Cc of this city was r signally honored at the annual con li vention of the Kentucky State Medical Society which was in session at Lex I ington this week He was elected II president of the Society for the ensu iIngyear after one of the closest races r the history of the Society for many i years He beat Dr Pryor of Lexing L tong hy a majority of seven votes I Dr Carpenters active work in the i the tight on tuberculosis has attracted r attention all over the state and the t delegates were enthusiastic ovr Ins election to head the State society Irlt t L S S Convention OF LINCOLN COUNTY TO BE HELD HERE SATURDAY The annual convention of the Lin coIn County Sunday School Associa iftlon will be held at the Baptist church tomorrow Saturday Sunday r school workers from all parts of the I county will be present and a most dew lightful day will be had The program v 111 be as follows 3r0 am Song service and devotion t BushS of welcome Rev J J mckeyIr r 955 a m Response 1005 a m Reading of minutes by Secretory Mrs J T BIngaraan 1020 a m Address Sunday School i of the World Rev Geo A Joplin 10 SO a ra11hat the Women are t Doing for the Bible School Mrs J J I Dickey 1105 a m Parents part In thus Sunday SchoolRev O P Bush 1120 a mPastors part In thet r Punday School Rev C C Brown 114 a ra Address Is the Boy Worth SayingRev G A Joplin 12 m Appointment of committeesr Adjournment for 130 p m Devotion led by W M U Jones r 140 p m Problem of Sunday school Work Rev G AJ9 lIn 210 pmThe Bible School and the HomeRev D M Walker I 220 p m Importance of Bible r studv Rev C C Brown 245 p rawProblem of Elementar- TReadersby all teachers W ent 3 mReport of committees 330Afterthe convention what 1Jahn Wesley Gaines j TENNESSEE EXCONGRESSMAN HERE ON SHORT VISIT John Wesley Ualnes who represent 1 icd the ashvlllo Tennesso district In Congress for 12 years was here on legal business Wednesday He spent I much time with Congressman Harvey who Introdu 9htm around It x2Helm Mr Gaines Is well known hereby reputation for ho hae 1t- 1t I e a eft appeared In the publiceye more than It one occasion At present he has bol t ed the regular democratic ticket fn- Tennessee and Is outspoken for the the success of the fusion ticket W Mr Gaines and Mr Helm drove out to the cemetery In Mr Bailey Hills r automobile as Mr Gaines desired to look at some old gravestones nearing the name of Gaines He spent some time In the county clerks olflco loog lug up laud titles A valuable collie dog was stolen iron Attorney W H Roberts of Han vllle tills week and be offers a reward of f25 for bia return t GO RIGHT AT IT J Friends apd Neighbors In Stanford Will Show You How Oct at the root of the trouble Rubbing an aching back mny rel- It3ve 12- But It wont cure You must reach the root of Itthekidneys Doans kidney pills go right at it Reach the cause relieve the pain They cure too eo Stanford people say Capt Thomas Richards W Main St Stanford Ky says Many yearsMo my kidneys began to trouble back grew so lame that I could not stoop and I slept poorly at MR Sometimes an almost complete rote lion of the kidney secretions existed then again I had a frequent desire tc pass them When the secretions were voided a burning pain was In ovl deuce I finally had the good fortune to learn of Deans KldneyPllls and commenced their use This remedy pave me great relief and In view ol experience I consider It the best pre paratlon of Its kind I have ever taken I have commended Doans Kidney Pills to scores of people and overyon has reported that good resuts have Wllbwed their use For sale by all dealers Price COc FostcrMllburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Rqmember the name Doans and take no other David Colson JOINS BOYS IN GRAY IN OTHER SHOREPREACHERSVILLELETTER Prcachersvllle BepL 29 David Colson died last Sunday night at the home of his son John Colson near Crab Orchard of a complication of troubles Incident to old age Alter services at the grave by Messrs J 0 McWhorter and O W Spangler his remains were laid to rest In the Preachersvllle cemetery Monday afternoon at three oclock to await the resurrection morning Mr Colson is survived by his wjfe and tree sons and one daughter all of who are grownDeceased v J a Confederate veteran and Mr Spangler who served with him spoke very freely of his strict devotion to duty Ho was TV member of the Methodist church aI good neighbor and was liked by all who knew him May the bereaved ones prepare to meet the departed ones on high It was our good fortune which of fered us much pleasure to meet the venerable Mr Reuben Williams of McKlnney n few days since Ho servo ed through the Mexican War at the age of 20 and now at the age of 86 is- Is straight as an arrow and is n well preserved man for that age In fact he toes not look over 65 He Is said to be the only survivor In Central Ken tucky Born to the wlfo of J M Cress a nlco girlAnnie Dema On account of such a steady down pour loft Sunday there were no ser vices at tie Baptist church Mrs J J Thompson Is quite sick The eldest daughter of David Adams t quite 111 of typhoid fever and hemor rhages Irand MrsT M Lunsford were visiting the families of John Bell and B T Lunsford Misses Ida and Willie Belle JTolticlaw Mary Anderson and Lena Traylor of Stanford were tbeI nests of Mr and Mrs F U Thom son SundayrOur liustonvlllo epta sUg gestlori to put our roads and pikes in iharKO of the magistrate constable or levelheaded farmers Is heartily en lorsed by our entire community Public Sale Having sold our farm two miles east of Crab Orchard on Dix River uGwnaotheroP Ncttlon farm we will offer for sale publicly on Tuesday Oct 13th 1910 th0 following ffcscribed property i pair of fourycarold work mules i combined horse 1 work mare with foal by jack 1 brood mare with twIn mule colts With foal by jack 1 mule 2yearold horses 1old 2two years cattle 1 yearling horse 15 yearling fat cow and two calves G GOpound hoga and 2 126 pound hogs 10 bar- r and kitchen its of corn household furniture and other thIngs too numerous to mention Terms given on day of sale baio begins at 10 oclock RODfelNS BROS f Ce McClary Undertaker and Em i fmer STANFORD KY Office Phone 17 Home Phone 35 i 1 PROMPT PAYMENT of all losses Is a feature of the fire Insurance companies wo represent Have us Issue you a policy so that In case lire does como you will be Insured In a company that makes prompt and liberal settlements Our companies neither haggle over pen plea nor stand on trivial technicali ties W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 Notice We have a saw mill for sale with 40borsepower bailer 30 hp engine a new saw mill for sale cash bal ance In two four and six months with good notes Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky FOR SALE Small well mproved farm outside of town limits between Stanford and Rowland containing 25 12 acres good house out houses new barn fine young orchard water at house and barn Would make a good dairy or truck farm for right man I also have farm of 101 acres of un improved land situated on Dlx river and county road This land is all in grass except 16 acres which Is in cults vatlou This land will grow fine tobacco or corn and has some fine Um ber on it Will sell cheap and make terms to suit the purchaser or will trade for town property For Infor mation write or call on mo at Row land Frank Cordlor REAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over ngjilu in lessened doctors bill But you must be sure that it Is real It isnt theI white basin and nickeled pipes that make sanitary plumbing It Is the way they are put together Have us do your plumbing Wo have theI know how W K WARNERo- hone 188 Stanford Ky Hr B Northcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Eggs 18lSc liens 10llc Fryers 11lzc Turkeys 1213c Ducks 78c Roosters per lb 35C Hides per lb 7c Feathers 1540C LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today for Hens J 12 to lOc Kgss V 19c Surlilgers V llto 11 lic Roastejs u t0 5 12c Turkeys ij x v12 to 13c J 7dto55ci- Hides Ducks c rJi1yvvirV ci2tp 7cI Feathers I m15 to 4fcc Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick en Feed for sate or InexctmangforP- roduce t Phone 20 fit L CARTERNew Liven i Depot Street Phone 96- TANFORDKENTUCKY I t iI ifT tttm i THE GRATITUDE OF ELbERLY PEOPLE Goes out to whatever helps give them ease comfort and strength Foleya Kldeny Pills cure kidney and bladder diseases promptly and give comfort and relief to elderly people Shugara aad Tanner c HARNESS ON A HORSE should be made so ns to give him per fret comfort We carry everything required in harness and horse goods but only the best ond most reliable lines If you need harness for r farm wagon or for a racing sulky you will get the best of Ita kind at J C McCLARY Stanford Ky rrrroereerrrrreeroreoroPROFESSIONAL IUSINESS CAR- DSeerorrrerororrrorororoar KINCAID 1 FOSTER All Kinds of Insurance Nothing but the Best Companies Office at State Bank Q Trust Co STANFORD KENTUCKY MINKS HOTEL Abe Minks Moreland Prop Ky New Hotel Opposite Depot and Stable Special Rites to Traveling men Everything Brand New Single Rooms R M NEWLAND Representing The Mutual Benefit Ufo Insurance Co The leading annual dlvidead Company Its distinction is duo to adherence of successive managements to the of mutuality IW W BURGIH DENTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KY IDR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 AM and 1 to 430 PM nice Myers House flats Stanford Ky DR IOcullstumco over H J Icnoberta Stanford Ky PRESSED STANDING SEAM GALVANIZED I ROOFING Larqe Quantities carried In Stock I EADS TIN SHOP StanfordIPhone 114 JOHN COOK Veterinary Surgeon and dentist Specialist on all horse and animal disease Stanford Ky Phone 194 IILiverySLarford Kyphone 173 MASONS MEETING J 1Inthird Monday nlgbtl oclock in their hall on main trecet Htan are fra 1ntnJBELDEN 1utlltof Al altops fad boot rondeT Stopover Aldrldgei blnck nutb shop We t Main Ht Stanford Ky tbone Yo623 J aBRfDIN OUGANBUY Your coal cheaper r1ct11tAT than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J N Baughman Co Fall An Winter Suitings My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection They comprise tho best on the market 1 tan suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready mado clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any moro than ready made when quality and ill u ctapte r c ixai in and let me ute ry urauro- U Co fcut c1 u P iracuctti Tallor5 CLOTHESTO if MEASURE To the man who is HARD to FIT or HARD to PLEASE We CanFitYou p And please you We guarantee a w t4 fit in every detail and The QUALITY I and STYLE and individuality of our TAILORHADE CLOTHES Are Sure To Please You Built to you own notion made to YOUR OWN MEASURE conforming to YOUR OWN SHAPE you are bound to be satisfied We Build You A Suit At Any Price From 15 To 50 H J McRoberts EmWf Ice Cream Soda Water ctlmrapo ci m And a Large List ofGenuine Thirst Quenchers At m PENNYS DRUG STORE m riStanford Kentucky SBB3BBBJ3BB Bl1BE EER ii l Beazley Co p ry n w OndertaRcra add Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattngaKuge They will exchange Furniture lot ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right SANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monuments Mnrken and Poets Cemetery and Law Vnivi nnd Hottest Ottlce and works Mo Klnney Kr- CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE- i I I can lurnlih the pubtlowith the belt ai well at the freshest ofcnt plants of- all kinds bulbs potted power on Mort notice Alto make a Specialty of wrcaths- for for funeral purpose In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetable on band at reasonable crlceiOIiniBTMAN QnKEX HOUHEB ED 11uaaAADPaoaStanierdlry r W A TRIBBLE I Furniture nnd Undertaking I Day Pbotte 28 Night Phono 133 I Stanford Hentt- scCONCRETING y M toWe are In do all kind of con sretlnz luch ni Illock Work Ilirenionti IIboueyou promptly and guarantor Intclaii pricesbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky When Hungry 00 TOICarton Restaurant Lancaster Street Htnnford K Meals erred at all hours up to 11DO p it Rest place Iti vrn for n good quick meal Cooking to suit our ealomeraonr specialty Hplendld new line of fancy i Groceries not Coffee Sandwiches pleiCButter milk andsweetmllketcat aU times V A CARON ropA G n- b IiPRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30th 1910 THE STANFORD KENT UCKY INTERIOR TOURfJ 4L 3 iAJUDGE ON TOBACCO CHURCH CLUB 4BEFORE Justice ORear I Makes Striking Talk On- i i Burloy Pool Keniv 7 bcco Situation as the subject for a striking address before the Mens Club of the Crescent 11111 Presby terlan church la LoulsTllle The semi eus light In which be regards tho or f gaatzatlon of growers Is shown In the declaration If the farmers aro not prosperous there Is not A town IB Kentucky except Louisville that could stay on the map longer than It would take the railroads to move the citizens away vo t1onopolyI t81ld Judge ORear and people are not going to give It to us Wo have been Inviting foreign capital ever since I have been big enough to read t the newspapers but It either has not i received the Invltatlou or has boon busy elsewhere Kentucky produces f 75 per cent of the burley tobacco of the world and moro tobacco of all kinds than any equal territory To- baccoI grown elsewhere Is no more Kentucky tobacco than blue grass Is i Kentucky bluegrass when grown In Missouri Horses can bo raised whet ever a man can but there Is no thor oughbred like tho ono bred In old t Kentucky So there Is something In this domain chosen by our forefath era for a homo when they had the whole west to choose from that Is conducive to the production of tobac co Practically we have a monopoly of Its production Efficacy of Organization There Is nothing In that muddy 4tream called the Ohio river that V makes It natural for people living Iii north of it to be more successful D- iAnd there Is no reason why Indiana 11 riand Illinois and Ohio should grow every year whllo Kentucky barely holds her own unless It Is be- Cause they are given a protection that Kentucky Is not l Judge OKear declared that ho felt it was permissible for any man Inter cited In ektabllshlng Kentucky where she was 66 years ago among her sis ff ter states to concern himself with the great movement of organization t which baa the approval of the legislature the press the courts and the J constitution and Is similar to organs i Uatlons which were approved by the predecessor of the present president et the United States THE FINAL ANALYSIS Shelby If the tobacco grower does not to- by pool his 1910 product thnre Is bit one reuoa for tt It can be de scrlbsd la a single word It Is an ugly one too and one that we hate to utter or to give place to in our BBlmds yet It Is the only one that wilt stui the toot of a dlagaosls Tkat word ts selfishness New that we lIe spit It out let there be + aoae to believe that Tke Beitlnel Is aar the less locate la Its frleodeklp to lbs totMeo grower It II by nun of our tetease love for the farmer and his Interests Which arc a part of ourown that we have forced ourselves to this extreme t statement la Ike hope tint the evil may be corrected and cured while J there Is time To repeat agala let the days for 1 profitless discussion of the good thugs done by the pool be ended The proof is tee tAuaAant and patent for argument Tbe question and the only one 1 that Is up to the farmer today Is will you pool your crop It you still in sist on argument and angry discus alas let us add tell your troubles to r the marines well none of thema Pool pool pool your crop The crop of 1910 Thats all rA WARNING TO INDEPEN DENTS ICyntblana Log Cabin The issues are made up and theln tscst farmer can not fall to realize that he Is In the most serious position he has ever occupied He f can pool his crop and thereby help Insure a good market for years to come or ho can sell out to the trust and help kill tho goose that lays tho golden cggl There are thousands of farmers who think they can sell out and notr 4 affect the general result farmers who are willing to take tho chances on some ono else keeping up the marketIt to be seen whether the majority of farmers will do their duty to themselves and their neigh bors or will bold out and let the pool go to rule We have ao words of abuse for the Independent and wo believe we have never applied the word dumper to s n the outsiders But we want to warn these Independents that they are doing all In their power to ruin the a tobacco market for years to come and that they will succeed In doing It unless they quickly Join the pool in large numbers Each Independent can do more f than any old pooler because every time an independent Joins he la followed by four or live old poolers who have been walling on the Indepen r dents We want to urge the lade pendents to quickly Join their neigh bora and Insure the success of the pool A few Mote weeks and it smay be everlastingly too latel ATBODY BUILDER L =rnB THE = i CELLS MS TISSUES A POWERFUL STRENGTH PRODUC INO RECONSTRUCTION TONIC FOR TilE BLOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM A Bollle Purchased Today Starts You Right on the Road to Health j SatlsIfactionSOLD BY PENNYS DRUG STORE APMiMSTRATOKS MVTICB All persons having claims against the estate of M 0 Snufloy deceased will present tho samo to the under signed properly proven on or before tho 12th day ot October 11110 and all persons Indebted to said decedent 11 U tiaulley will plcnso settle same promptly GEOHOE 11 STOVE Admr of M C Saulley Deceased LIFEIoaelnthe Civil War was more agreeable to tacjInlsumption I contracted a stubbtrn I cold he writes that developed a aliirCUIedleidown to 110 pounds Then 1 began toi list Dr Kings Now Discovery which j completely cured mo I now weigh ITS pounds For Coughs Colds Lnl Grippe Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarse ness Croup pooping Cough and lung trouble Its supremo CO cents and 1Trial bottle tree Guaranteed by 1onnys Drug Store THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE Home and farm one full year regular price lOc Uncle Rtmus Home Magazine regular price 100 Good Housekeeper full year regu lar price 150 Te Evening Post dally 3 months 125 The Interior Journal your home paper full year 9100 Here you have a value of 525 All for 200 for a short time only I Send or bring your order In at once tc The Interior Journal Stanford Kh This offer Is not good where the Evening Post lib an agenL DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Why experiment trying to drtvv the dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair dressings whoa Pcnneys Drugstore will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO Foap to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can bo obtained In any city or town in America and aro recognized the but und most economical treatment tot all effect lions of tho skin or scalp whether ou Infant or grown person Inn shampoo with ZEMO SOAP and application ot ZBMO will stop IcchliiK and clonnso tho scalp of dandruff and scurfWo Invito you to try ZEMO and ZEMO If not entirely saUl tied do Ilbpefulid your money Pen nys Drugstore SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN FjeypUonc tll Tat la safe and cttccnvo mealgnO ior children tor children as It not contain opiates Or harmful drugs Get only the gen uine Foleya Honey and Tar In the yellow package Shugars and Tanner Public Sale Having decided to Bull but t will oil Tuesday bctober 11 tM 1910 offer for sale niy farm containing 232 acres with all neceifary Jmprove ments This farm Is located two south of Lancaster bn Crab Orchard pike It being tho home part of my late father David Thompson said to be ono of the best farms In Central KentuckyAll tobacco and hemp land never falling water and all In grass Will also sell 03 acres adjoin ing farm This has two small nn It extra good set of grass and well wateredIf sold privately before day of Bale I will sell C7 export cattle 22 good feeding cattlo two extra com blued geldings 5 years old 1 family horse 7 years old all sound two mares and colts 1 yearling filly 18 hogs 1 extra milk cow 2 calves lot of feed 2 buggies and harness 1 newl Walter A Wood mowing machine TERMS On land onehalf balance In one two and three years with G per cent Possession given January let 1910 TERMS on personal property mudo known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 AMBOOTH THOMPSON Anyone desiring to see this proper ty call on me and 1 will bo glad to show them STUBBORN AS MULES seem to balk without cause Then theres trouble Loss of Appetite Indigestion Nervousness Despond ency Headache nut such troubles fly before Dr Kings New LIfo Pills Tho worlds best stomach and liver remedy So easy 2Gc at Pennys Drug Store Public Sale and Renting Having decided to give up farming I will sell to the highest bidder on Thursday Oct 6th 1910 The following personal proportj All kinds of farming Implement such as wagons rake mowers etc Two largo work horses 1 family mare gentle 1 brood mare by Enoch Arden 1 4yearold mare by Gallon 1 3year old filly by Dignity Dare 9 cattle 28 heep 3 goods Jennets 1 jack roll extra good C mules one 3yearold throe 2yearolds 2 yearlings Also lot of corn fodder etc surrey buggy buckboard harness and milk cow- sItENTINOAt the same time I will rent my farm of 1SU0i acres mile west of Moreland It has all necessary Im provements n or six acres for tobac co 27 acres for corn 68 acres for small grain remainder In grass J 1 Chandler Auctioneer Terms given on day of sale J J 81BAItS More land Ky A RELIABLE MEDICINENOT A NARCOTIC Mrs F Marti SU Joe Mich says Foleyi Honey and Tar saved her lit tle boys life She writes Our tit tlo boy contracted a bronchial trouble ana en the dostors meawine did not cure him I gave him F61eya Honey and Tar In which I havo great faith It cured the cough as well aa the choking and gagging spells and be got well in short time Foleyn Honey and Tar has many times sat ed us much trouble and wo are never without It In the house Shugars and Tanner II STIRRING TIMES we aro having in tho building line We carry a full line ot lime plaster cement and everything else needed for building Everything purchased tere will bo found of tbo best quail ty and the best for Intended purposes We will save you trouble and unnecta sari expense by sending to ua for an estimateJ ALLEN Stanford Ky HANNAS GREEN SEAL THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING LACKING that will improve it Possesses Every Essential Quality Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil Not a Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc but a LOT OF LEAD and a LITTLE ZINC Costs more to make but the people want it FOR SALE BY L L SANDERS Crab Orchard and G B PRUITT Moreland Free Sample f Ailh Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to thehumanchanges chief of which is in the di gestive organs thebowellsufSerheadacheeaUhnRnandor all necessary to keep the bowel open nworkllvee workJUltI convtncedthat experimentIng then try Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin a luallvoIcenturymkeQsend your name end address to Dr CaM sampletattle curtoffivesmoreLendladhouse They have tested It and Know Its thefamilypleasedtodesIre for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelytree detailFororotherwiseCaleSw1l AppalachianExposition Greatest Ever Held In The South At Knoxville Tenn SEPTEMBER 12 TO OCTOBER 12 Magnificent and mammoth build ingsMore to see and amuse than ever offered at a Southern exposition 110000 In purses for running and trotting races 110000 in aerial exploitation by ma chines of Wright Brothers Stroebel and other aeranauts See the air Ships 25000 in matchless fire works grand battld of the clouds and Pains Fall of Pompeii 2Iother ot note- GreatXst ands in all America 1ADMISSION TO GROUNDS 50 CENTS IN DAY AFTER 6 P M 25 CENTS Remember These Special Dates Live stock and races Sept 131 Night horse showSepL 13 11 15 Bench Show Sepl 22 23 24 Pigeon and pet stock show 0 Sept 27 Oct 1 Poultry show Oct 612 Wright Brothers airship days Sept 2229- Stroeblea dirigible baloon Everyday Sept 12 Oct 12 Pains fire works overy evening Sept 12 Oct 12 Battle of the clouds Sept 1924 Fall ot Pompeii Sept 26 Oct1 Special rates every day and remarkably low railroad rates to Knox vine and return on Tuesday and Thursday as follows Stanford 8350 Morelandx370Junction City 7370 See This Great Exposition W J OLIVER President 1 Housework Drudgery ilouseworlcIs i drudgery for the keslAvolnah S brush ei dusts end scrubs or is onherlect oU attending to- Ihpmany details of the household her back aching her temples throbbing nerves quivering the itrets of pain possibly dizzy feelings ometimeirest in bed is not refreshing because the poor tired nrvei do not per mit of refreshing sleep The real need of weak nervous Women is satisfied by Dr Pierces Favorite Pretcriptioo It Makes Weak Women Strong sad Sick Women Well caseothoseweaknesses theappetiteDrPieree Ie perfectly willing to let every one know what ofingredlenllon unknownIo bigger profit Just smile and shake your head I Dr tierces Pleasant Pellets cures ills JSOME REASONS WHY- Ifyou study the Lines and the Setof the Diamond Edge Hatchet the reason for their universal favor becomes evident No matter what style whether shingling lathing claw hall or any of the score of styles every one seems to be finished best The infinite care in the selecting and setting of the handle is remarked by all men who know 1JPNoW EDGE ISfl QqlUTYPLEDGE FOR SALE BY GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD KY J HKENNEDYRICHMOND e e C e KENTUCKY Will be Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County Friends and Ac qualntances REPRESENTING PETER BURGHARD OF LOUISVILLE WILL BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS AT REASONABLE PRICES ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 SURPLUS 5 5009000 RESOURCES 1 34000000 CCASHIERJ ASST CASH HAYS FOSTER CLER- KDIROTOR31 W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin Lancaster J B Paxton Stanford W H Traylor Gilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster W H Cummins Preacheraville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 SafetyDeposit r OFFICERtIJ SHocker President- S T Harris Vicepresident H C Baughman Cashier W W Saunders Ind Bookkeeper J It Harris Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pettus H C Baughman JI Cummins S T Harris ao C Robinson- E O Walton J S Hocker W n Murphy RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a ice residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means ofour telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is smallcompared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to teadquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far men Line rate If you are not at present njoyjng telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines v rthe states of Kentucky ee Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indians and Illinois EASTTENNESSEE TEL do TEL CO txcoaroaavxol 1 Cook Farms First Animal Sale FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30th Greatest event of the kind over held In Kentucky 50 saddle mare colts and fillies 50 jennets and colts All registered Catalogues we ready Every one ot these jennets should be kept in Kentuckyr J F COpK CO Lexington Ky J I 1 141 w TAI STA pO1tD KENT CKY INTERIOR JOURHXIT rxroar Bf TMMMffl 30U 1910 r TuicIslaad O- fltCgdllCiatiOll I I Continued from last Friday I eWiBninfcnrifif 4 nurtiEkt H H gesailke ltlam where they iK4 chanood upon 10 much that was viUlc 8o much that was romantic vaadvwher they had soen so great a tragedyof misfortune and despair XDolow In the cabin under the care wof the surgeon and chaplain lay the t Islander Jn the frightful throes of a racking lever of the brain He bab Vbled of the woman and knew not wherehe was or whither he was being 1Iahorue CHAPTER XXI i J I The Resurrection rhoMlUle Island lay quiet and still vunder the rising sun No footfall pressed dts bosky glades beneath the shadows of Its spreading palms no human lbetng sought shelter from the So BUUS fierce rays no words were vochoodiback from Its Jutting crags np rfleurta flashed across Its shining ofcSAndi Soundless It lay save for th crjfttOfithe bird and the rustle of the geullei wind across Its hills For well nlgh SO years it had not been so IiI i abandoned Two days past it had re c acunded with the cries of men scalin- gjlunhelghtai crashing through Its cop i vpJces calling a name beseeching an I s answer Two days before great ships fchidtdrlftad idly under Its lee It had f ibeenttho center and focus of great r cyenta Now It lay desolate alone tbrntbatanornlng the tide which had drawnaway from It through tho long j night bad turned and was coming whack the force of the water spent theti a iby Jnch ip mighty overflow A watcher I had there Senn one would have seen Ilatvauntaethe sUll water of the la e ss goontbroken by a ripple a keen eye t baye noticed at the base ot the cilftewherc It ran sheer down Into the xhluGa dark object moving beneath these urfaee The eye could scarcely have mbecome aware of Its presence before rIkamaters parted A little splash and jtcad rose dark crowned white faced There was a sidewise wave and shake wet thehaad and a pair of eyes opened iTbe tblite d the water was lightened tby flashes of white arms As the tibody rose higher under the Impetus of I strokes vigorous yet graceful It r could le seen that It was that of a i woman tlWith ease and grace the figure iJiII2WOJII dbmg the base of the cliff until dt was joined by a jutting spit of sand Which widened and widened Into a ruaat strip of beach that ran around i e IbefJslanfl Upon this sand presently the rShallow1ng of the water gave the a jMtimmer foothold Progress ceased 1theles haggard yet keenly alert V tho sea the shore the beach the dUts the frees were eagerly searchedu nothingftUstenoA tar sounds and heard nothing JThfl loak t apprehension faded into jrt na Dl dull relief wV5KaIkl g now the woman In the water made her way toward the sand viVary white she gleamed in the full rHOTtn tfht streaming from the risen IJ l1lIgl the background of the idariitblack rock The water dripping tram Aer exquisitely graceful limbs he looked a Very nymph of the sea as t sebe stepped out at last above the high i aide line and stood poised as If for frflljtW upon the hard mad solid shore tcAtgtnake threw about her that quick I iaSHrehMarire look Again she paused i ate listen Reassured In that she hoard ii =s=aadaaw nothing but the birds song i tBthefitinds sigh the waves splash sho i r1m1ftly toward a blacker opening SlnUiedark rock She gleamed whiter 3tlli In the entrance for a moment sand then disappeared She came forth xpneaeattr still unclothed a look tIf disappointment on her face it She had many things do tjilboccuwljer mlndbut thlftrstdutr- t 1 cthat uxy to her hand and the first in stiBut which she followed was that fiber nakedness should be covered 1 SUU warily watchful still keenly sSIert aU11 fearful apparently of inter t r isruftloa or observation she ran across Tike beach her movement as free as o graceful as rapid as she had been Atalanta herself and disappeared un oder the trees The whirr of birds die c turbed might have marked her passage 0p Aft r scrae time sne appeared on J ttheltop otUhe high bare hill that 1 crowned the Island She had Impro v ised for herself a covering out ofI i i vlhrea or four great tern leaves soft 4nd pllablei wMph iho fastened with fibers from shoulder to knee on- alherpl4eagrbare shoulders rising lf itffm ihP ch greenness like white I t jwrolim from Its Verdant calyx She anent wore Assuredly now party be 4 eaiteeof the fact that she was clothed w 1 i JL eaad partly boiause her first rapid sur j ttieyof the horizon revealed the fact Chat the shire were gone She was 4 MyitidiA oo and vet when l r f oW COOD NEWS SPREADS 4i v I- ij I nm 70 years old and travel most feiBf the time writes D F Tolson of ihsabethtown Ky Everywhere I 1 B1 recommend Electric Bitters be acause iowo my excellent health arid o PWItJTheyefrect a euro V4snTy time They never fall to tono 4ha tomach regulate the kidneys- an4 bowels stimulate tho liver in wlgorate the nerves and purify the J aatrength vigor and health thats a dally joy Try them Only 60c I Jtotlsfacticn is positively guaranteed i 4y Penuys Drug Store 3l 1 =tile realitatim earned epos her lite I fluar herself down IM the grassy crest t and gave way to ToteeleM agony I Sometimes there is nothing so terrible she realized as prayer granted as desire accomplished as tiadartak lag brought to conclusion The aw fulness of success was upon her la that hour Her ruse bad worked lilt object had been attained yet the achievement gave her no pleasure Her own acts had parted her irrev ocably forever from the world and the one man In It who was the world for her lie was gone She who had mode him had sent him forth among his fellows She had sacrificed herself burled herself alive for him She felt as a mother might who experi ences birth pangs and knows that with every throb of tearing anguish her own life ebbs away passes into the new life which she ushers into the world and gives to men She had long hours for thought in those two days in that cave whose mouth tho waters hid She had schooled herself to face light and life without him when she emerged from her cunning hiding place She had waited the long period In order to make absolutely certain that they would be gone And yet despite herself a little gleam of hope a bare possibility that bo might bo there still had lingered In her soul and leavened the awfulness of her grief Now it was gone It had sunk beneath the horizon even as the ships had dlsap peared She had been hitter against him Her soul had revolted becauso he had failed She had told herself that ho was not worthy of her J3ho forgot these things in that profound and desolate moment She knew only that she loved him When she could think of other things than he the mere bodily the man the look of him the SOUDor his voice the pressure of his lips the clasp of his arms she began to realize that as ho grew older unless she was so ab solutely mistaken in him as to make all estimate of him mockery he would realize the falsity of his view the lit tleness of his action and If he were in truth the man whom she could rightly love his years would be one long regret that he had failed What would happen when he realized that when he came to tho knowledge that she was Indeed all that she bad seemed and that he had been nothing that he should She know as she had writ ten that the man would never could never forget her that wherever he went and whatever he did she would be present with him that she had stamped herself too indelibly upon his heart for any attrition with humanity however close and persistent to erase the image He would come back perhaps 0 God she knelt down and stretched out her arms bring him back she prayed a few short brok en words lacking the eloquence of long and studied petition the appeal of the heart every throb of which Is a prayer bring him back to mol She thought that she would have had him back on any terms She said that she had been mad a fool not to have taken him not to have gone to him not to have married him In any way with any conditions under any circumstances All her thoughts were merged In one great passionate long ing to be with him For the first time in her Itfe the1 pangs of Jealousy tore her breast he thought of him In the world with oth er men with other women young handsome a perfect godlike form and face of man rich the wildest romance with Its charm and mystery to attract His story could not be hid neither could hers The man would be court ed sought after made much overt beloved It would be enough to turn the head of a saint How would he stand 111 Would the recollection of her make him strong Would that God in whom he and she both had trusted until the crisis came lead him In the straight path 1 Would her purity her- sweetnessatop would he think her thus dowered and possessed Not now certainly but every hour that took him farther from her would add to ills knowledge and would tell him the truth and these would help him Another thought camo Into her mind His story would bo known and hers as well The world was filled with adventurous men Would not some of them come in aeareeh at her Island The omcera of those two ships could determine accurately the sltua tion of that Island It would be as easy for a navigator to find IL as for a denizen of a city to go to any given street corner People would come back to that Island not to seek her for the world would believe her dead but simply to see the place Idle yachtsmen might find that an object for long cruising and she would have to hide and hide Out would she hide Would she go back to that worldI Never she said unless be came to fetch her And then her thoughts turned again Why had he gone away Had she been he they could as soon have up rooted the Island Itself as CIn her from it under similar circumstances Had be been gone sh lingered and died on the s that were sacred where he had walked If she hadKnownthat at that naMe her lover lay fighting for llfeaadrea son in the cabin of the swift moving ship she would have understood bet ter his absence That he should be stricken never occurred to ber She pictured him not happy away her overwhelmed by her death surely saddened beyond present com fort it must be yet so occupied that Insensibly his grief would be light ened by the only thing after all that makes life bearable In certain can tlngenclea and that is work Work She toot had work to do Site rose to her feet doggedly as she jtb vfht of that and considered what ad J 1iIA the clots id ifll r eyes tell upon the ilrDlatedtwoman wkoif body bU been bUlae upon such an Jffalr might loon upon her pyre It was she who had I1Ated the beacon Her hand had called the world to her side She thought how he had Dogged her not to do so how he had declared himself content and happy to live with her alone tho world forgetting by the world forgot For the first time she broke down completely She burled her taco In her hands her body reeled and shook with sobs the tears trickled through her fingers She must make another beacon she thought And then it came to her that they had taken away the flint and steel She had no moans of lighting it That realization developed other thoughts Her Dlblo was gone her clothes were gone her toilet articles hor scissors her watch her knife They had taken everything They had left her nothing absolutely nothing What did it matter She could dress herself with fern leaves and make shifts to bind them about her with cords that she could plait of the grass which should tear with her sweet strong hands And what did it matter what she wore There was no one thero to see Dut for the long habit of modesty she would have torn away and thrown aside the makeshifts that fell from her shoulders CHAPTER XXII rr Unavailing Appeal Sho slept late the next morning In the first place being upon the western side of the island there was no flood tug burst of sunlight through the open door to disturb her quiet slumber In tho second place she was so worn out and exhausted she bad had so little sleep in the past three days that Im perative nature forced her Into rest She might have slept longer indeed but that she was awakened by a great cry a human voice calling her name- S opened her eyes and saw within the dimness of the cave a human figure vaguely white In the darkness For one fleeting Instant she Imagined that It might be he but that hope was dispelled as quickly as It had been born She recognized the voice It was Langfords Kate he said approaching her more nearly and bending over her are you alive then He reached down and touched her hand where it lay across the fern leaves on her breast Ills touch sum moned her bewildered faculties to action Brushing his hand aside she sat up It Is I she said You are alive and well ToO Yes she answered Thank God cried the man We thought you dead We searched the Island Where had you hidden Why have you done Itr She rose slowly to her feet and con fronted him Tou she l Utterly Why have you come beckr iI dont know answered iangford I cant tell what moved me I was Itsearchedno foot of It was left unvisited Every crag and cranny every thicket and rifttoores again We knew that you were rromkecrullerIsland until It was too dark and they were too tar away to see what I would be about and then I came back here at full sped Why did you comer I Se4Itback and search again I could not believe It possible that you were dead really dead Something In my heart at any rate brought me back once more to see the place where you had lived If no more than that We made thelIsland early in the morning The yacht lies yonder I came ashore a moment since and some kind Provl dence led me first of all to this spot I entered the cave I saw you lyjaf there In the cool darkness I thought you dead at first Then I cried to you and you moved And then I touched your hand 0 Kate thank God I have roundToul Where Is he said the woman Why didnt he come back It was a cruet thlpg to say but she could no more have helped it than she could have helped her breathing Not to have said It would have killed her for If Langfords love could turn him tiack what should be said then of I Charnocks Langford was pae and haggard He too had suffered He woepaying for his sins He was ex I platlns them and feeling It although the expiation was not helping her What of lm tItshe asked Insist entfywliatjnattersabout hlmr he said Vltterjy Ife fiad hll jchance Je failed to uraspJtt Hes gone rThe man did not tell her that Char bad been carried away a sense less log berefCof power to think or speak or mOTe or feel by the shock of her departure t Once said the woman you had yqur the cabin of that Very yacht gut yonder and you failed tb i grasp It and we separated Yes said the man I know that- I realize that now and I game back IJ have come back to take my chance againAnd so he may come back salt thanIupon the sand beIshe want oaa1 the confidence of her hopes springing into life again and L 11 i string idea and power to her motel bearingAnd ceadUmn me for that pno UUksr salhthe man No returned t V womancelther- will X condemn him for that one mis take But hes gone I tell you And be will come back I know lie thinks you dead So did you But I came back not he You were your own master said tho woman swiftly You could go where you pleased lie was subject to the decision of others I trust him stillAnd you dont trust met I trust you enough but I dont love you 0 Kate think I Thero must bo something In what I feel Tor you to move you I did not know what It was I did not realize It I came back In tho first place as much because I had been a blackguard and a coward and wanted to set myself right In your eyes as because I cared for you but every hour of search made me know my own heart and since I havo teen you since I see you now there is nothing I would not do for you There Isnt any expiation or amendment or anything now but be cause I am n man and love you I want you I want to make you happy And I am the one man In the world that ought to want you and want to make you happy It Is for that I have como back to you now terrible are the arrangements of blind fate said the woman I must believe what you say You awaken my pity my tenderness my consideration but these are all Ho Is not by to hear and therefore I will say for you deserve the truth that just as you say you love me nay then just as you do and more a thousand times I love that man It would be a crime- a sin a bodily profanation a mental and spiritual degradation to which the otherho knew to what she alluded as she paused =were nothing If I hould como to you with my whole heart and soul given to the man the threw her hand out In a great sweep Ing gesture yonder ont at sea But he doesnt love you 0 yes ho does Not as I would be loved I admit not as please God 1 shall be loved by him lie doesnt know ho doesnt understand Wis dam will come to him and he will come back It might be so said the man I came back But ho believes you deadAnd didnt you when you searched for me during those three 7carT No answered Langford I had a confident hope that somewhere you were alive And wilt he not have that hope too I cannot believe If There was a long rightful pause The woman sighed deeply It may be alyoUllY It may be that we are separated forever It maybe that I shall never look upon him again nor he upon me but that racket no difference I do not love you 1 cannot love you It ho Is dead I shall love his memory until I meet him If so be 1 may be found worthy of that and I will keep myself for him No Other man shall have what belongs tG blmTtierhar stepped nearer the entrance of the cafe which was a spa beautyptIrlntenl over Ite W sound ot her Voice but did noAliifi what sbe paid Suddenly he cauuUier In his arms rgsledivef are alooo hereto 1 r Usitf Alp Kate Said the Man Impultlytly yonder I can have you bound hand and foot and take you aboard of her I will say that are mad that I am taking pack to the United States to your friends You must come back with me I cant let you got Valentine said the woman quiet ly If you do not Instantly release rae4 I will kill tljefe you stand You dont realize strong am S efpit V t With a quick sudden movement she caught his arms wIth berfreohands and literally tore them apart Tf lithe and vigorous body she added spirit anddetermlnatjon which made theetenderher You see she cried She stood between him and the doorway one band outstretched thefincersripenIf I could kill you before you left this cave You told me that you hadsent your men back to the ship and that you were alone upon the Island and I could hide there I hid before and they would Ibid your dead body hereupon the sands That would he all Kill me If you wish said the man recklessly I dont care Perhaps wayIJ r Not J Coughing Today Yet you inaycough tomorrow I Better be prepared for it when it comes Ask your doctor about keeping Ayers Cherry PectornUn the house Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have a doctors medicine at hand Your doctors approval of its use will certainly stall doubt at rest Do as he says He knows No alcohol in this cough medicine j C Ayer Co LowellMau Robust health to a rutMfcguard against attacks of throat and lung troubles bu constipation will destroy the but of health Ask your doctor about Ayers Pills 1 AoVEMETI I OFc Y 0 W l f J 11eBA U G II M A jS 7 Horse and mule exchange at his home just sold 1 in Stanford Ky Sold out to do more businessI 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 t 20 2YEAROLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES t Il40 3 to 5 YEAROLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES XV 10 3 to 4 YEAROLD 14 to 12 DRAFT GELDINGS 10 GENERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS 20 GENERAL PURPOSE MARES 30 BRANDED PONIES and several Shetland ponies- I will clos0 out or put Into winter quarters all unsold These horses and mares wore bought In Illinois Missouri and Montana and twothirds ot them are branded but woro rnlicd under fence and will handle kind and gentle PRICES FROM 15 to t200II will close ot or put Into winter quarters nil unsold by Nov II prepare 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 As I only bought those to ot a surplus of gram will exchange nny of them for any other stock to waio especially mules and cattle Am nlwaja In tho market for high class Mules and 4 cattle J H BAUGHMAN 1 Phones 46 and 116 Stanford K- yTrbts T Lexington i OCT 4IJiTO 1 4h I GREATEST IN THE WORLD STAKES 85OQO PARSES 21000 Futurity Tutrtday Oct 413000 Tennessee Tuesday 1Qet 5000 Futurity Wednesday Oct Great 205 Trot WednetdayOet 5 jGreat10000 Championship lx 3000 Cup Stake StakeMondayOeLIOI 4 Thirty Other Daily Canceds1One Fare on Railroads or We also do a and feed Having decided to quit 1 will otter for sate at my homo two miles from on the vine pike on i Itelds farm known as the Will Hays place on Oct let 1910 iny con elating of stock ttfo brood mares one pair horses one two 2 miles four milk cows two with calves one Jersey heifer onu pair mare mules 23 good cattle 30 good hogs of wagons plows harrows mow frs rakes one hay press in good repair and other things too numerous to mention Sale begins at 9 a m Terms made known on day of sale At some time Mr F Reid will die pose cf a number of nice young horses M L MYEU8 Cot J P Auct It you have to tell in tho STOCK lINE to16Nunnelleys Ho bu and Eel s every lu tho 1 =year on i your stock Best the State with oi edamlwaterlKsat covered penal outido of Lexington STANFORD KY hitch LusincM PUBLIC SALEs farming Stanford Huston Saturday personal property farming Implements Yearold 3yenrold horde yearold yearold yearling farming Implements conultlng binder lightning Chandler anything Yards except Sunday firing iniplenty Louisville general NOTICE In the district court of tho United States for the Eastern district of Kentucky In tho matter ot Clarence J Sipple Bankrupt By virtue of an order entered by J DaakruptcrNstyled case I as trustee of same will on Saturday the 22nd 4ty otj October A D 1910 between the hours of 10 oclock a m and 3 oclock p m on the promises being 52 acresM of farm land situated In Lincoln c county Kentucky on the waters of Green river adjoining the Denham 1salonineteen ucres of laud adjoining same I now oWned by Clarenco J Sipple bankrupt above named and alsos onehalf Interest la tho growing crop upon tho said land Given under my hand this tho 19th I day of Algust 1910 i R A DYCHB Trustee i I I Cu I r FRIDAY SEPTEMBER toth1910 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL Ir Zetelers Ladies Shoes Kid TopLow Kid TopCupan All Patent Lace- CudanHccl All Patent Cloth Top Button Cuban Heel 7 There is a now line of 25c box PRo pers special values at Pennys Drug tore PERSONAL F Mr Thomas Oreer of Cincinnati and Mr F J Grcer and beautiful little daughter Llllle B of Pcrryvllle were the guests of Mrs J H Grcer last I week Miss Hazel Baugh the llttlo daugh j ter of Mr and Mrs Tom Dough Is I quite 11- 1Misses Halley Calloway of Philadel phia and Florence Shelby of Shelby City were guests of Mrs P M Me Roberts on Wednesday Mrs Mary Garnett of Cave Oily m the guest of her daughter Mrs J S Rice Mrs G f Bright has been quite nick but Is some better now Mr and Mrs Cummins have return ed from Lexington where they spent several days Dr and Mrs J E Brown and Miss Sue Words spent Wednesday In Lex- Ington t Mrs Mason Owsley of Mlddlcsboro i Is the guest of Mrs J B Uwsloy Mrs Sarah J Hubbard of Rich mond Is tho guest of her deter bits- y G Melee Zan Murphy who has been hold- Ing a responsible place In the engl nearing department on tho Panama Cana Is here on a visit to his par eats Mr and Mrs W Ii Murphy 1 250 250 300 375 Beverly Rout is at homo from Louis ville for a short visit to his parents Mr and Mrs B F Rout Bev I a responsible position with the SewerI Commission of Louisville Their many friends here will bo In terested to know that Mr and Mrs E lr Walton and family are now located at Orlando Florida hero Mr Walton has purchased tho Star Report cr a dally paper Everyone will wish him unbounded success In his venturo Into the dally field Mr H C Anderson and son Silas drove over In their Cadillac car to Loulsrillo Saturday on business Mrs J L B Coffey and little son William Shelby are over from Frank tort for a short visit to tho homo folksMrs E G Lyle of Briton Tenn is the guest of Mrs S M Owens near McKInneyMrs M Ware and Mrs S J Mrs Harry Jacobs and little daugh tor have been on tho sick list at Mc KInneyThe ladles of tho Baptist church will have their exchange at the post ofllco Saturday They will have for slo candles and cakes dressed fowls tina many other good things to eat Better go Mrs W F Dishon and guest Mist killian of Lexington are visiting friends In Knoxville and will also vis It Atlanta Chattanooga and Mobile Dr Bertie R Carpenter of Hunston vlllo attended the State Medical So ciety ht Lexington this week Guess Whos Here Been looking anxiously for them aqd they are a little later than the time promised but they look mighty good to us and we believe they will to yOu They are the perfection of shoe maklug these Zeigler Shoes are The lasts are very much changed the vamps are shorter giving the foot a decidedly better appearance Come In anh put a pair on It will take more than one shoe sales man to take them off of you Miss Anna Gooch of McKInney Is In Cincinnati to take a litres years course In trained nursing at tho city hospitalMies Margaret Stagg went to Knox ville Tuesday to visit her brother Mr Harry D Stagg and Misses Maud Thomas and Estelle Sarette Mrs J B Claunch of Somerset passed through Thursday en route to Lancaster to visit her sister Mrs John Mount Mcsdamcs James Lynn and John Lynn are guests of Mrs John Mount in Lancaster this week The Mission Baud of the Chris tian church will meet In the lecture room of the church at 230 oclock on Sunday afternoon rSHORT LOCAL NEWS To loan = 3500 Apply this office The Ladles Aid Society of the Hap list church will have an exchangeIn the post office Saturday Oct let Per Soalc22 1100lb feeders nice ones Dr Hugh Reid 592 Hn of Crab Orch ard was hero Wednesday lie was being congratulated on his 80th birti day for he was born Sept 27 1830 though to see him one would not take him for 70 Mr Lackey Is a native of Lincoln county and has long been one of her substantial clUzens r Misses Straub will have their open- Ing Sept 30th of fall and winter hats All ladles are Invited to call and see them rK Copyright Hart bclullncr Marx the on of II prize than else all the R and you canjust as well take a first as not P f iF new new new t us silo w you we can fit you in these Suits 1750 ts 40 15 to 35001 n f I i STANFORD KENTUCKY Z THIS STORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES ttLa II +sasly Wanted at once A 1 Carpenter Apply to Will Stone Insure your property in Kentuckys own Henry Clay tire insurance Com pang R M Newland Agent r 1 ward For SaleThe house on East Main street known as the Pennington place Apply to T W Pennington Rev Joseph Hopper ol Perryvllld one of the bestpknown Presbyterian preachers fa tho State will preach at the Presbyterian church here Sunday morning and evening Money thenJurymen of Lincoln county has been received and can be had at tho First National Dank J T Embry Jury Commissioner George G will leave Saturday for Kansas City and other western points He expects to take a position that will locate him perman ontly In the west lr W Harry Higgins of Clifton Springs New York is at home for a few weeks vacaUon He is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs W H HIggins while here Dr HIggins is one of the Stanford boys who hag made good to a superlative degree Ho has rapidly forged to tho front in his profession since graduating from George H Farris has purchasedI farm G D Woaren the Main Street between Mr Wearcns residence and tho Presbyterian church Upon which will erect a handsome resldgpoo that lr1 Farrls paid a out J1SOO for the lot which Is one of the most dellrablo In the city beenJr Chasteen chosen as pastorof tho Harris Creek church and Cpmfucja services the third Saturday apa Sunday in each month Insure property In Kentuckys own Henry Clay fire Insurance Corn tatty R M Newland Agenf MISS ARNOLD OF LANCASTER WILL HAVE HER MILLINERY OPENING SATURDAY OCT 1 ALL HER FRIENDS ARE CORDIALLY IN VITED TO ATTEND t For Sale Brlek house and two acres of land on Somerset street nice cottage on East Main street house and 25 acres on East Main and a house and five acres of land on Dan vlflaayenue Apply to Harvey Holm For t ale privately my home on East Main Street Mrs J D Ooofc Stan ford Kentucky 1 Pence has purchased a 90 horsepower Overland automobile r Estray Lorge Poland China boar hjjlliviimitc rill s ht HUSO Notify 5f S Baughman Rev J Dickey will hold sacra mental services at Neals Creek church next Sunday at 3 oclock P M high o me thats the way to pro flounce Hyomol the magical catarrh euro that G L Penny guarantees or money back No stomach dosing Just breathe It Complete outfit including inhaler 1 Separate bcltlo 50 cents The Eureka Portrait Company has Just received a now line of mouldings and Is now prepared to frame pictures at half tho usual price Finest line of moulding ever brought to Stanford Offlco opposite court house Lancaster Street v On next Friday and Saturday Sept 30 31 the LIpps Miters will hhow an l111mtnleifn of tiptodato fall and I t r the largest over shown In Hustonvllle Everybody cor dially invited Any person having old books let ters 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 Socloty Apply to Mrs J B Paxton IresI Tho County Board of Education of Lincoln county Ky will receive bids at its regular meeting the second Monday In October for new school houses to be built at McKInney and Mllledgevllle See G Singleton chaIr man of said board G Singleton chair man O W Hunn secretary 61J5 IZeiJlers Gun Metal Lace Cuban Heel Gun Metal Button I i All Patent Velvet Cuban Heel Gun Metal Button Cuban Heel SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky 11 NOTES yt delighttill Lackey OULL find tiereJn store greatest show earth goodclothes more first winners anywhere highclass thoroughbred styles premium 11Hart Schaffner Marx styles coloring allwool fabrics perfect tailoring 1I Overcoats perfect clothes Cummins Wearen pikeRtum iagosurlstems Uj5lTndorstooa visitalll Ladies Shoes TopI rrhctnx books of Crab Orchard graded school are now ready and taxes are due Tho penalty will go on Nov 1 Tho books will always be at tbo DnnldngCompanyTreasurer COS J 5m- 3M 3 t Jtwinst OOWOO HiU EHiieOGG o i SEE OUR LINE OF I HEATING e pi STOVES =r i ETC f Wa H HIGGINS FoStanford Kentucky Eo- C JIIf QFfs QQq4rI IhfBeX When you get to be worth a couple of million dollars 1 and buy a new airship every once in awhile people wilF forgive you when you wore rusty clothes as they forgivei a rich man pretty nearly everything But as long as you are just an ordinary person keep 3 yourselflooking neat Its the best investment your card I 1 make For TEN DOLLARS 1 1 r There is a suit here for you For 15 or 82tfAver navGr t better ones v r- T 1 T T WEJ RKINS Jr L CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKYr 1 reINew Dress GODQ s We are showing a beautiful 1J line of New Wool GoodS j in black and colors in the 4 new diagonalweavesFrennlii- serges stripes and Broad I clothAlso Ithe newest and lardest assortment of trimmings we have ever ti rovers Braids Persian bands and buttons Call and see iiBr before buying HUGHES MARTIN CO 9 r 4 Dry Goods Notions Shoes J- L STANFORD KENTUCKY Iole TJ v K 1 rfa G 1 r eSo t rJIf will be a 50fiiid for any person or persons to buy a lot at YOUNGS DEVELOPMENT COS BIG AUCTION aOT SALE in t i STANFORD SATURDAY OCTOBER 8th- W estimate that profit oh any lot it the addition to sold would riot tall below 50 because it is a rare t fixsmrarice that a lot brings its full at auction r 4 i j H H o 0 i wi 1iH oo0 1 o Q t YOU coULDHARDLY MAKE A MISTAKE IN BUYING LOT WEUL LOCATED1 IN A GOOD COUNT SEATTOWN w2 STANFORD IS NOT ONLY A COUNTY SEAT BUT HAS SEVER AL ADVANTAGES OVER MANY OTHER TOWNS IN THE SAME L CLASS STANFORD IS ONE Of THEGATEWAYS BETWEEN LkGRASS SECTION AND THEMOUNTAIN DISTRICT t ERN KENTUCKY JUST NOW A LARGE NUMBER x MOUNTAIN PEOPLE ARE MOVING INTO AND NEAR OirwGWHERE THEY CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OfcE OF IN THE STATE O OO G aII jf W for our advertisement week giving TERMS number other important features of this auction II lot YOUNGS DEVELOPMENT COMPLY Glasgow Kentucky SAM YOUNG GEX WALTON r I h CLOSING QUI SALE I Orf j F1 1J Yowell Son T HaUngs01cL our farm wa will offer tor sale ll publiclyto the highest bidder on the farm o- nTsda4 j M is woAll of our personalty as follows j r 0Brr XIJ9rt eat Ii l 100 gilt edge 1200 poundx cattle ii iB f yeiflZ oSStfe 700 llis export Jersey stock 3 pairs mare mules 4 f years ol1fij textra good weigJt4OO and 1500 Itg I J 1D yearling 10 weanlit jinules extra goOdIf 2 Brood mares 4 Qsafe in r AAjack- t J 1 L 2i mil s f I 1 illlt bce4 tan iicj- c xel 2 2 yearold JennetsI52 extra brood ewes years k 5OO bastinihthyU y QObales 41 I straw 40 acres corn i l and place tor e feed same LtotQfarnnugtQoIs ltous and ilfurnittiW a i Jf notsold biefpfewiltoffer an a4 a- crr1m On Danville ton He pure mile out toWn limits clo0 a fS wadedschool Alpo 2 ni les outii of lIhgimnei- Vj Vj b lFI frUni iko A tti 1e bbre Tonlb and otliiirs Ir rtmatH1r 14- rdiut ln fiiiel ft iliSlleI Ternis niadd kilo n oil fb 1 I Capt T D f ghsbl l1 t1ltl i f M YQlllEt JIIVll H q gJ JJJJKV ctiaelrv4f 4 I yA QTYadw t4 TODAY 1 wi rl JV w I TGAGS N I TIE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY 8LITEM1lu t Mht181a 0 i L It your be value I oo r A hatch next tilt Some and ld A CuterblW MI ewClore II4tI onmtltutbnarrc- Deateeer Y abd+ lWDtd eoodntbn 0 Btteoui Unlns ol UK EutUebUa Tube WBesy taken out lad tbla tube restored la lu normal KMKJI tkm hetrln will be destroyed tourer untie cued out ol wn ar cuw l brunb whlctt li fOtbl6a- b d oondHloo ol UM mucoul urlm Wall live oe ur see of- DafneN caused br eatarrb mat cannot be cued by HeuI Calera Cut seed for cnreutarl nee r r CRFZVEY s co Toltda a byI ffi 4Points to 0 Remember G THE FARMERS For loood cow with calf two weeKs oldJ 1 Jarvis R F D 2 Pldln wheat drill good as new tor sale cheap W P Logan FOR SALENice young Jersey milk cow J 8 Turpln Stanford Ky 572t Lot rue Insure your barns and to bacco XV A Trlbblo n M sewlarid figure wjtn you befori placing your fire Insurance For BaleA well Improvedfarm at 20 acres agar ML SI11emllouae- hold and kitchcnfu tture stocJcanV farming ifi WppdtonJMJ Salem Ky 4 = For SaFe High grado Sou dawn ram lambs Fisher and ItentckrcraM- Cs Mrs MatUe It lower Moreland KJ1 R R No 1 BOV49 AVarited To bita place of 73 tq 100 acrosln Lihcolri colinty ohe hay- Ing r Improvelnehtii AddfcsV P 0 Box 65 Stanford Iry ror Sa1h Iwosow iSshoats 65 stock has Jonii hook Stanford For aYeA roW ttorOughbjed Du r r Price reasonabla T J Durhahg Crab OrchlftUthtJne ISl 598 t8lt4U l b fr ab Jcrsey lbvr Ed Hubbard ertf For Sale76100 to 900 pound yearling i I and two olifsteers WT A CQftY VcKIni1 y 6p r Slfe iO 120pound shoals A W Carpentcr4oreLlndr 4d2i Hr W B OIBannpA tall jpsVoug t of J A Uoberta of Campbellsvllie n fprroei1 Llnloiblte5 acreor land lying Just outside thb city oh right hand side of the Lancaster pike lie patdIflrMcltpbe4s I1t KK1 for the land lg vrhtld at This Is Klniost4 recoia prlco forLln coin county land but It Is becoming woie vatuabldevery Oar j A the lei k wn young Garrard farmer bought 29 acres of land ftym J 1 HdmfltonIist week at 7ban a for andgave sir Tlnmhton jit0 for a nlie walk trot horse AMcKnlght of PpbttrvfIIVbought froui alrWinlani Rpyst0g 17 hogs at II cents W T Doolan or the Marksbury section sold a nice horse mule colt to 0 Duttan Monday lot G7G C Lutes laid a bunch of heifer at Lancaster Monday to M J Farr1a- Rt3 cents F L ThomiWbrianaJ J P Mallards about Z helfera IIJ Lancaster 5 tHrep j C t vi QI of c 1t c ptty waat Lancaster lit J wltbnnicb- uncb of about 30 COlU 9liUci DIt k l9 AM WpprfVW wai made garnerU brfb ttiiy jfB IaxitittJlftyrpuf acres or lafid waisofd to James 43cQa44rp Hnf J 10160fCtUfa a IM WTJII atpitarigcpe figprlinlnilt Lr Mpr 1 fttfl an or 8 fl ryer k VpugHn 1 qonveI- I 6 F McU of the Dtdrbltndsec Lion bought a nice Jersey teller from S T Powell for 30 For Rale or Rent Farm of 140 acres 100 acres being good tobacco land 2 good orchards 2 good houses all necessary outbuildings and fine tobac 9ra1tII II Jh I Mbfeiand The W a TU Convention met nt Danville last Friday Mrs John Bur dom Mrs Lee pipes and Mrs J H Prultt went from here Mrs L M6rganandnjotherbf Mfl ledfievllle are visiting relatives In PerryvlHe chlldrenham Mr Horace Tarter of Eubank Is visiting Mr W Singleton A mute belonging tq Mr J Neal was killed bynentnlng last Sunday KrioxvUloTennI Orubbs aidManyvllle during UioSAto Mr Gilbert Morgan acidMr arid Mrs Rucker n town 6n Rolling Fork Saturdp1iudtber e wjis a landslide on tb Uo knob un the roafl was blocked o that they could not return Mrs HarrllttntmstOpgsad Mrs Lafe MOrgan d Iron a weeks visit to Pertrrf1fJ 1 1 qelberjMorgan tended the Ohio Valley expiltlon Wednesday and saV Pr ldchJ W Taft Mrs J J S cress who has been an Invalid for se W edtnnclhvLbrptfIdBdarMrs le was very III last Rev Sam Pitpuajiwill pr Christian le Sunday Oct 2nd at 11 A1 JJ and 720 P M Everybody Invited v John M Rankln i old tp Joe Jordon 31 head two rclit Old mules per head tJA youngtpraiqr nicotlng BB been organizedal Ue B l church They will me call Thtlrcday eren Ing and all young men are invited tq attend Rev R H Noel was visiting Mr and Mrs Leach Monday Mr William Oil Ifldntflsi with Ws bon here Sfrs Jrtifown refurhed hove Tuesday after Rp few days with her son at Illy Ridge Rev A G Cokor Is hold tna melting In rfufaa Carrier and wife were with SundayMt e wire I Mo1IlnsM D Wall sold to tll s l l o yT Tvy iKtrjl SlBflVT icVer went lo India lls Sunday to visit her Mrs jC L i f tfifir Lackey- Jewell the little day hter of Mr and Mrs James Waft h Iii Mrs E Harmon will have ft fine line of India tell abC winter mllllucry this week Mrs William Uluhon oK Mllledge vllle Is wllh relatives here Rev Bradford Is wlthOHrCannoa and familysMiss Margaret Routen is improving Mrs tO Dunlap Is on the alck list Mr and Mrs S N Jeffries aro vis lUng at Danville Mrs W G Rquteri and little daugh ter NelHe are both 111 PI G G lffQQO 4 THECONDITIONS SHOW THAT STANFORD IS IN IMMEDIATE NEED OF A NUMBER OF NEW RESIDENCES 5s STANFORD HAS A BRAND NEW COURTHOUSE A NEW BANK HAS BEEN ORGANIZED AND WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS THE r DAYOF OUR SALE S t 6 SEVERAL OTHER SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENTS ARE ALSO 5GOING ON IN STANFORD 7 THE ADDITION IS NOT OUT IN THE COUNTRY BUT RIGHT UP ti flIN TOWN CONCRETE WALKS RUN ALMOST TO THIS PROPER 1 TY ON THE EAST AND WEST SIDE THE CITY WATER IS RIGHT 2AT YOU AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS CLOSE ENOUGH TO SHINE IN SYOUR FACE tilriat4FIi1GtIifta144 3HSHjS I and a of sale f M T H and 4 i and j o s endinga Casey sister ite 11Sse1 = Shoe tl JIWhen it conies to dress wcaiv cossott Shoos arc wliat you want We have overt style last and colorrWik JSr t 4 I t1 diumlcririL tmamachinemade tIiiayeaabsolutelyJVj efiindora neighbor 1 If 444ROB NJ8OI tanfOltlIKob2 r e- c y t any yottii Chi1Hins SO1Io01 S6es f L L Sandbfs ands get fat i time c idol Box with ealch i pan 1 LI ft ra VJCc a Ken cy fS r PUBIPI SALE J1 r Jn the tgtp P1crab Orchard on Sat ffftayf bc In imr lOT lli otfer lot sale at public outcry tie DrflrUe etoro rom and lot near the depot at 130 p m- Terms cash and the re minder IB one and two years J PCH And m Ye have a liner rom hutdI sewed to We fe Shoe J no money r iyiv pair Asks your It I oj iu Onehalt hT fAiORvSALEI f 80 acres lying 1 12 miles west oti Highland tgoodcottage and out1 Cedlabout 1