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ITHE rN1EiRVIIO18a I iiii JoUiAt 4 I I VOLUMH XXXVIL STANFORD LINCOLN COUNT KENTUCKY TUESDAY r OUTOBfcJR 4 1910 I NO 6 t 1 APPEAL TO BE TAKEN FROM DEATH VERDICT JU DIEATCASE Shny Pollman tho negro assailant thopenalty toundIalker 1m onknduytheponltlntlnry eleftrocutlon i for hanging infliction ofI capitol pun bythatthoyIIIIgrounds for an appeal from tho judg Itthethan Dec 10 before Pellman pays tho penalty for Ms crime if the higher court affirms Its sentence Grounds rolled on by the attorneys for defense lor a reversal will bo that a contlnul anew was not granted In order that they might have lied tlmo to prepare n proper defense and ref enl of the court to grant a change of venue immediately alter the report of the Jur and format sentencing of the pris over by the court ho was taken to Lexington to IMS kept In jail until Ida time of his execution shall arrive Deputy Sheriff W S Enibrj accompani cd by two of tho State guardsmen drove to Danville and caught the ear ly afternoon Q k C train for taxing ton Pellman was shackled hand and toot to prevent any possibility of es cape and the militiamen carried load cod rUle In tho rig them Immediately after the departure of Pellman tho Somerset company ot soldiers made reparation to break camp and departed on too 240 train for homo Saturday There was a lance crowd In town attending the scenes of this sensation al case but It was a very quiet and orderly crowd and there was nplnr of any disorder Lee llankln father of tho llttlo girl and his brothers end relatives are among tho most nubatan tint and forbnipst farmers of tho coun ty and their course during the trying ordeal was the subject for the most favorable comment on every side com mencing from the time when the Messrs Rankin themselves arrested the culprit and turned him over to the officer till he was sentenced und taken away They proved themselves lawabiding citizens with the highest respect for the law and its enforce meat front first to last and set an example which Is well worthy of emu lation Owing to ue Impossibility of scour JDR twelve Lincoln county rawi who hind not formed or expressed an opin ton concerning the case It was neces wry to HO to Boyle county Deputy Sheriff W S Embry rode nearly nil p Thursday night summoning men from the Perryville section lie Ie cured 73 and 70 of them were cumin ed before the panel was filled and accepted by both prosccuUon and de halo fho members of tho Jury were Taylor CraIn It W White D H Prcwltt W L Penny VV D Arnold JI Sharp Wm Foster J A Carpen ter M F Gibson E H Cpconaugbcr OM Drewry and D L Owens tTho defense sought to have the em pahueWng of Una Jury set aside on IhV jtrounds that three of tho mom Ws were said to have expressed their opinion that the defendant was gull ty but thU motion was overruled by the court and tho trial proceeded rho commonwealthplaced the Rankin girl on Use stand and she told her pltllul tale In her childlike way and her recital of tho brutality of the nepro east brought tears to tho eyes ot many ot the jurymen and spec tators She said that Pellman bad threatened tq kill h r if Jiho told on I him Her mother told ot the discov Cry cf the and tho phy 10slChll1l1llso corroborated her as to the little1 ones The negro was placed on the stand by his attorneys R H Tomllnson and T S owsley and dented In the char rei of tho llttltf girl He WM greatly contused In crossexamination how ever and unable to account for num her of details or the accusation Against him Only two speeches were made one pyMr Tonxllnson for tho prisoner and by Mr Hardln for the prosecution Tho former made the best explanation and bat case Few leterneabrralgamenta of a crimi nat than llt delivered by Mr Hard n have over been heard In a Lincoln county courthouse Ho demanded that but one penalty could even atone for such a helnoui oUepaethe life ot the pris onerand urged that It bo speedily forfeitTho case was given to the jury late rid w afttrnoon and for an hour the JUrY Jt tht night At Judge Walkeradiourttedthem Upon their statement that they bellow could bo reached Satur againdaythen at 8 for two more hours before bringing in their verdict it was said that ono held out for some time Clteafpuce penalty that ws tmet fore such an awtul crime ns tho prisoner bad been proven guilty of J Pellman at Lexington I in describing Pellmanu arrival at Lexington the Lexington Leader Sun day said When seen at the county jail Pell man was In a pitiable state lie could hot talk coherently and for a long time could not give his first name lie seemed to be much relieved to ar rive safely behind the bars hero Ho said I am Innocent I did not do this I hope to get a now trial If auyhod comes hero front Stanford to see mo I dont want to see them but If my wife comes ploaso let me see her Does This Mean You UNCLE SAM AFTER US WITH A BIG STICK Th following concerning a matter of the utmost Importance to the entire newspaper fraternity as well as to many newspaper renders Is taken from paperbenthat tho success of any newspaper is dependent wholly upon ita usa of the privilegetheunderstand how very Important the matter U to tho publisher It Is a very dangerous business for the publisher of a country piper to send papers subscribers who are more than one year In arrears Special I agents for thp pottofflce department aro traveling over the country drop- pIng Into newspaper offices when least expected nnd examining sub scription lists to alcerlall If the re gulations promulgated two years or more ago requiring payment of sub scriptions are being observed To be deprived of tho second class mailing privilege which II the penalty for non compliance with the rulings puts a newspaper out of business for a paper cannot stand the expense of placing n onecent stamp upon each paper inajl e and live No country newspaper cm afford the expense Several Illinois publishes havo De cently been visited py Inspectors They were called upon for a certified copy oftheir subscription lets arid as a re was cited to appear In Washington to suit at least one of these publisher show MUle his list walt not as well ralrequiresContinuing paper says It seems a bit tough the pub Ushers of country newspapers hao to bo hauled up before the government Under tho charge of violating Federal laws just because they do not require their subscribers It matter not hQw good they may ooto pay their sub scriptions proptly Rut It Is like the end of the world no one knows when It cometh and no editor knows what day an Inspector may call In and ex amine his list The Interior Journal subscription list as a whole 18 remarkably well paid tip but thero are some who are n year or more In arrears These are requested to kindly remit the amount that Is tine Tbo label on each paper or wrapper shows the month and year to witch tho subscription Is paid as for Instance William Jones Mar 09 means that Mr Jones subscription III paid to March 1909 and that he owes for the paper from that date The 1 J hopes that It may not have to lose single subscriber yet It wishes to risk losing Its secondclass mailing to comply with law and does not care privilege For this reason It asks that label on this paper and If behind as much as a year or more to remit tux atnoilnt due The Glasgow Times a few days ego was officially notified to comply with the ruling and at once announced that all subscribers one year or more fn arrears would be dropped unless the subscriptions were paid within he BnYII1bto Preachefsville Mr George Dyorouso Is quite III of fever at his home near kern In Gar rard Rev J E Robera wis assigned to to thlfi charge by the Kentucky Conference of the Methodist cnurch Sou thi which convened last week at Harrbdsburg Rev F D Palmctcr who has peen pastor of tha Preach eravlllo circuit for the last four years was assigned to Aloreland Other assignments which are or much Interest here Ire as follows R V Jordon Corhln J A Sawyer Macicvllle W D Hogan Hazolgrcen IL C Horton Mt Sterling J 8 Ragan Christian bllrJlrotractlJdmcetlng begins Sunday at the Baptist church Tha services will be In charge of Rev Bryant the pastor assisted by Rev Cornelius of Beren tv1Rev Thornton and wife have re turned from thqlr honeymoon trip to Virginia and wlll apend some time bore with ref l rontp Mr and Mrs Uayilcn Nnylor of Garrard were with r latlm l1ere Mrs atlas Andorson who hits been vjslting hot daughter Mrs M V Lawrence ias to Stantord Mrs Richard Williams HIM with John Wil llama and family Misses Dora Mil Ella Blankonahip and tfula Navlor were attending church ut Beech Grove Sunday find visited Miss Kate Payne of Tnpphanna Willis Jlell has left again for Bedford Ind Mrs Ma son Holtzclaw was visiting Mrs Foley Wre Jesse Traylor and broth er WIlHc C White vUltttd Mr nnd Mrrf R C White at Onto Orchard Virgil Roberta bought ft nIce three yearold horse from J IL Rlgsby Price private a Is Fire Bug At Work I ANOTHER LA RGE BUILDING DE STROYED AT OWIANrI Tho second destructive tire within a month nt Rowland took jilaO Sun storyframetotally burned down and consuming all ot the stock of good of his store and the postolllco It Is believed that the l1rO was of Incendiary origin but there Is no clew to the perpetrator There was no lire In the building wlmn it was closed up Saturday night Tim theory has been advanced Unit the build Ins might hue caught tire from a spark tram a passing engine as tho storeroom was Yey close to the rail road tracks = Mr had q01nsur1nuo upon thecontenti of tho store S300 upon thebulldlnKlUelf DjWearAnten your policy Hot For the Pool PROMINENT EAST END COLONELS EgPRES THEIR VIEWS Col R II Oronaugh and Col D K Farris tobacco kings of tho East End or Lincoln were In Stanford Monday and paid the I J an appreciated call both are enthusiastic for tho succes of the tobacco pool and while neither has as yet pooled his crop both say they are ready to do so Col Uro naugh U an emphatic and outspoken advorato of the pool and declares that every grower should be forced to pool his crop and thus help In the tight to keep up the price Col Ferris ex- plalnedthatof course till force Col Dronnagfi meant woe the force of moral Suasion Howard Camnitz Very III CRACK YOUNG PITCHER FORCED TO QUIT WORK A special dispatch from Pittsburg nays Howard Camnitz pitcher on tho Plttsburg National League team Is seriously ill In a Plttsburg hospital of bronchitis and pleurisy and his Ken turk relatives have been asked to come and help take care of him with the object In view of hurrying him to his home In Hustonvllle Ky aa quickly as possible when ho is able to bo moved Camnitz has been really 111 for sonic weeks but refused to retire from work as long as there was a chance for Plttstmrg either taking first or second place In tho league race nnd It Is thought ho injured himself unnecessarily bY remaining in the game so long Camnitz became III lost fall about the time tile Pirates won the pennant and his Illness cast grave doubt bver the result In the worlds cbutnilonnhlp Camnitz pitch ed very hard ball during the entire season this year too hard for his heath It Is thought Harry Camnitz younger brother of the great twirler and himself fast developing into big league Umber has gone to PKUburg to bring Howard home Harry but recently returned from his seasons work In the box for Jersey City in the Eastern League Phone Wire Cutters I CAUHT IN HARRIMAN TENN BY SHERIFF OF BOYLE Sheriff B G Fox of Boyle has returned from Harriman Tenn where he went last week In search of l1 A Watllngcr Ranolph Shlfflet R A Chase and Herbert Carr jointly charg ed with destroying a fourmile stretch of the Bastln Independent Telephone lines between Hedgevllle and Hubble on the night of April 20 The ypung men were Indicted last Tuesday by the Doyle county grand Jury They are members ol the most families of Harriman Tenn Walling er U the son of tho superintendent or tho city wa er works 8hlftlet Is the son of the state mine Inspector of Tennessee Core Is tho son of a leading tiwyer of IJarrlman and Chase Is the son of a wealthy farmer The parents of tho men held a conference with Shorljtoxand as lured him that tho boys would de livered In they are called for All confessed that they had cut the wlcea and Indications nre that men higher up wllbe Involved and that sensaibn has not yet fully developed PUBLIC or SAL t COUN7Y4ANDIneatton L N R Ro and on Rich mop pike G miles east tfj Lancaster KY ATERATURDAY JCTA IQth r 1910 at 2 o P Mcl 0 acres to be soldln two separate ts as follows 167 acres with Improvements 34 acres of unimproved lana 5 acres with a 3 V2 acres with 3 room atom building 4 Each tract fronts on pike Sale ls tb wind Up an estate and will be to highest bidder and Is strictly an absolute with out reserve by bid or limit Terms easy This a highclass farm with splendid Improvements Write us for detailed description and full particu liars Possession January lstl9U HUGHES SWINEBROAD Lancaster Ky I i Mew Officers BYLINCOLN COUNTY 8 S ASSOCIATION SchoolAssociation SaturdayOct countySpcrclarythe records Addresses were deliver workorVaughnDickey and Bro Burk of Lancaster The addresses were all received and n deep interest In the work was mani fested by all present Tho following county officers were elected for the ensuing year Presl dent D 11 Walker Vice President J C McClary SecretaryTreasurer Mrs DickeyI of tKo Elementary Miss Dolly Mcitobertx Superintendent of Intermediate de pertinent Mrs L B CookISuperintendent of Edbcftlbn de pnrtment Rev R C Kimble Superintendent of Visitation department by Randolph Blaln Superintendent of Organization P M McKolorta Tbe new officers are all efficient workers and will doubtless greatly ad vance work In the count- yLancaster At the Conference held at Harrods burg last week Dr E H Pearce was returned to the Lancaster Methodist church Mrs W L Lawson entertained at a handsome dining In honor of Mrs Martha Turner of Nashville Mrs Jennie West and son W B West a popular rural route carrier and formerly deputy postmaster will leave Lancaster soon to reside In the thriving city Tulsa Oklahoma Mrs Wests attractive home Is either for rent or sale Mrs Margaret Farrow of New Cas tie lad died of cerebral hemorrhage while harp On a vUlt to Mr Thomas Naylor and family The deceased was 64 years of age and leaves a sister Mrs Drown also of Newcastle The re mains were taken to her former homo on Sunday for Interment Mrs H Clay Sutton was hostess at tho Womans Club Saturday afternoon at her handsome suburban home Miss Fay Louise notion and Mr Harvey Elbert Garrett were married In I ulsvllle last week afethe home of tile brides mother Mrs Osee Huffman Jlrs Garrett was tt frequent visitor to Lancaster relatives being a great niece of Mrs 11 D Hughes and Capt T A ElkIn She Is an unusually pretty girl and Is much admired for her lovable disposition Mrs W O Rigney and Miss Jane Doty entertained their Sunday school classes Saturday afternoon at the for fliers home Master Commissioner W I Wil llama sold the Wheeler farm to Mrs Dora Wheeler at f46 an acre The C W B I Auxiliary will hold their regular monthly meeting Wed nesday afternoon at 230 oclock at the Christian church Mr and Mrs Clay ValI of El Paso Texas are visiting1 Mrrand Mrs T L Broaddue Mrs HQnr t Simpson and little daughter are atlYQme from a via It to Lexington DrJand Mrs A S Price of Stanford Were Mr and Mrs Id Prices guests Sunday Miss Nell Johnson Is at Battle creek Mich with her sister Mrs hello DQ nllde Mrs W R Gott and little daughter have returned from n visit to Richmond re utlves O T11allaneof Charlotte N C is here mingling with many Gar rard relatives And friends Mr and Mrs W I Williams ve returned from a ten days vtsltXte Tulsa Okla Mrs Mary L tchor of Nlcholasville Is visiting at the home of Mrs Wm 11 Cook Misses hello Massey of Somerset and Nannie Sears of Sap Antonio Texas have been recent guests of Mrs Malcolm House The Misses Tinder who are student at the Richmond Normal were at home or several days visit SPRAINED ANKLE Teddy N AldrIdge of Loulsvlll formerly of this place had a this ankle bndly sprained while getting out of his buggy when he steppedtrom the vehicle the horse made a quick start and jerked him into the wheel Mr AldrIdge has been sufferings from the wound terribly and it Is that ho- well bo able to get out soon CAKES THE FIELD FOR I J l1an en8I1IfYhofI 8 been thaZLUa por f Ondent at PreaehenytUe lor isoma Im has bet fappotntedy jteJt repdin acre and f P era itL wu much I llmfIBtheigak after subscriptions pdre tisip and job work and the pntrpn of tiro I J are requested to render him all I the assistance possible fa PUBLICSALEI At 1C oclpck A M on Saturday Oct 8ih 1910 ti at the old It E ParrIs place on IMx rIverat the mouth of Cedar Creek vlll sell to the highest bidder the following one third Interest In 35 Acres of crn about 1000 pounds of tobacco In burn Jersey cow one good filly colt ono good work horse chickens andhouefhold and kitchen furniture must sell without reserve H S WHITESReynolds Auctioneer Mrs Rebecca Francisco PASSES AWAY qT BRODHEAD OTHER ROCKCASTLE NEWS Brodhead Ky Oct 3 nndnrtfrof the time unconscious Mrs Rebecca earlyhourageIIDdtry most of her 1110 Her maiden AuntJtdyShe was a sister to Mrs June Her rln and lames McCall of Crab Orch ard Jack McCall of Nashville Tenn and Jop McCall of this place She was the mother of Mrs Judith Welle of Crab Orchard Mrs Maude Sproules ot Paris Mrs Fannie Brooks Miss JamesJewellFrancisco of LaFollette Tenn Mrs Marlon Sullivan of Wllllambure and William Francisco of this place She was a consistent member of the Chris than church and was burled In that cemetery Monday To the bereaved ones we extend our sympathy J T Cherry bought of John Jarre threosflne work mules at an average price if 13313 per pair qipn crowd from this place at d Sunday school Convention held nt Lairs Chappel near here Sunday and from the way Town Marshal Brooks looked there must have been lots of good things to eat Rev A J Piko assisted by Rev Jameson Is holding a protracted meeting near Gravel Swlthch this week There was a meeting of some of the school teachers of this county held here last Saturday We hive not yet learned about the program but will later on Got the Blues DICK SCUDDER HAS SPLENDID SUCCESS IN KNOXVILLE R S Scudder of McKinney who has had phenomenal success with his string of show horses this season has lust returned from Knoxvllle where he swept almost everything before him In the classes In which he exhibited at the Appalachian Exposition Ho took six head ot show stuff with him and came home with six blues four reds four thirds and one fourth Mr Scudder IH one of the most successfulyoung horseme in Kantireky + more than held his one on the best circuits this year His principal win ners are all Peavine and Jaqulllna but he has several other young ones which take their share of tho blues In any company He is preparing for a still more extensive campaign next season CONGRESSMAN ANDATTORNEY MIXUP Augustus Owaley Stanley of Hen demon Congressman from the 2nd Congressional district exhibited that Ie was a fighter with his flats as well as with his tongue He became en raged Ina fight Henderson with Montgomery Merrlt Alves In which several blows were passed but nigh seriouslyhurtAlves who lea member ot the Hen ofitsdown the street called to him and told him that he wanted lo see him b minute Stanley stepped over to the steps In front of the office The two men engaged tn a cohveri ballon In an undertone when Alves suddenly shouted You are a Marl No sooner said than Stanley landed his right between Alves eyes The blow staggered Alves who came back with a right to Stanleys law Then Stanley landed two more blows On Alve face one of them making an abrasion on the right cheek Attorney Alves is a son of Gaston Alven defendant In a suit for alimony tiled by Mrs Jesse I Alves li dln which Stanley Is the attorney for the plaintiffIt that the trouble came up over an allegation In the reply filed by Stanley to tho defendants sou as lolling around In Idlepess DEDICATION POSTPONED The dedication of the Zolllcoffcr monument In Pulaskl county has been postponed until October 10 Many prominent Confederate soldiers are expected to be prcs ntUen Zdllf corner was killed in the battle of Fish lag Creek nine miles welt qf Somerset on January 1PJ802 In theb t tie CiO were killed and 160 wounded great preparations are being made la entertain ttype pr s n dedlca jtlpn exercises The money to erect monument and slab was cpntrb tYauaglandJanus sill MrsL Z DukeoMYey York City Hoarseness in a child subject to croup ilia sure Indication of the ap proach of the disease U Chamher IRIIIS Cough Remedy is given at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared It will prevent the attack Sold by Pennys Drug Store FARM FOR SALE 2wt acrest12 mlles southeast or Hustonvllle known as the Bennett Cloyd farm 60 acres In wheat stubble remainder in grass well Improved and a tine stock farm will sell ata bargain A W Carpenter Moreland SWAP HORSES IN itoiEOF STREAM REPUBLICANS FORCED TO FIND ANOTHER CANDIDATE AGAINST HELM Rev R L Ewell the veteran repub Saturdayagainst Hon Harvey Helm for congres theI Cult Clerk of Kockcastlc county to fill tho vacancy Drown Buford of Jeasamnle and- T Sanders Orr of Mercer were prominently mentioned for the noml nation but Miller was landed Corn niltteemcn R I Davlson and his friends of Lincoln were behind Miller and had the pleasure of putting him overCol Ewell notified the commute of the district that he was forced to with draw on account of his own III health and that of his wile It Is said that his withdrawal came as Quite a sur prise to the committee Congressman Harvey Helm views this swapping of horses in the mid ale of the stream with much com placency and feels that he has the race won If his friends will only go to tho polls on Nov 8th TurnersviDe Tobacco cutting mss nearly over Mr Sherman Coy greatly Improved tha appearance of his home by having a new roof put on last week Little Johnnie Lunsford has been very sick but is Improving now Mr Ollie Fields of Louisville Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Watt Fields for a few days Miss Dora Gooch who has been visiting her sister Mrs Emmett Uooct Hunday Misses Eva arid Yuba Toombs en honorofkinds of pleasant games were played and all enjoyed themselves Among bicSVh4rterEra I Toombs Bessie UoocM YetWi ValtertjGoocli and Walter Moeer theTiiynersvlllei eeslast week The dialogue between andToombsonce shaking with laturlltrr Miss CooperLucy cellent recitations The debate Re solved That women should vote in all iiyHerbertKn and greatly enjoyed GOT JURYMEN AT CHURCH whosummoned Pellmantrial Thursdayprotractednnceting tha Perryvllle was a very religious 4 city he hied himself to the church i pad after the services were over suni i mOiled more than forty men as they thllrhomeThey were taken completely by sur prise and forty more disconcerted men were never seen in that city before As u sniall consolation however there being not enough conveyances In the city that number of men to Stamford upon being apprised of 1thfeclrciimbincesoyer the telephone by former Deputy Sheriff Harberson Walker extended the hour for appearances to 11 oclock which al lowed them to come by train rarksviiie Miss Ella Blaiiford has returned from a visit to relatives at LaFollette Tenn and a trip to the Appalachian Exposition Mesdames U J1 Hocker and T E Cletl nd have returned from a trip to Cincinnati In which they visited the Exposition at that point Mrs Elizabeth Hoar of Bradforda sistor1lrMrs W B Over trEet has returned froUia Visit to her sister Mrs John DanvllieA to visit Jir and sirs Otho B Murphy one night last week and liked the place so con cluded to make his atay permanent Mrs HG Glasscox ot Stanford vUltcd her mother Mrs L V Rose eekMrsYNanargdpp baa returned a daughter Mrs GrandlsoQ Glusspx atDanvlle The safe to Carter Cpzatts store son tbfng the matter With Its late- riordepartmgntiast week and refused to be opened for business After wraotlloK with It for n few days an expert waacalled from Cincinnati who quickly op ud the sateiMr Pleasaa4 horned toads that he line grown so fond of tim he carries them where eyes he ieee He said that these tuada UM Uitir horns like a human uses a fork to convey food to their mouth They are doing penance for something done against the laws of toaedom as neither has broken Its fast since arriving In this State t r r 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALTUESDAY OCTOBER 4 1MD I SOLD THE WORLD OVER tt r DERUNU REAT I ON i Davis Store tAndy Spralft of Oklahoma is visit 4 grandmother Mrs Jane Cole t man IAndrew MJnks and family ot Illi M H Johnson and oth + er kinsmen In this section j tojfiremanL Johnson sold to A R Mathcny i ten 90 pound shoats at 9 cents Ivin Butt has formed a partnership t i with his lather T N Butt in the sawmill j business in this sectionI Herbert Boone and little brother of Somerset have returned home after n few days visit with their uncle T M BooneWilliam Doane has n severe case of typhoid fever and his many friends are uneasy about him i There was never such a demand for i labor as at present filling silos cut ting corn and tobacco are all on the partners at once and they are extreme r lyo I busyWilliam Anderson has got a new en and a new cutting box and ho 1says filling silos is Just like play fThepleasant puffcjktye effect exper i fenced by all whoruiwr Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body an d tmtnd whach they create makes one r feel Joyful Sold by Pennys Drug Store 4d I m 1rWork r When feel that you can hardly drag through your work and are tired discouraged and miserable take Cardui the womans tonic Cardui is prepared for I the purpose of helping women to regain their strength and health Not by doping with strong drugs by the p gentle tonic action of l pure vegetable herbs IB56l CARDUI t l The Womans Tonic f Mrs L N Nicholson riofShook Mo writes l Before I began to take It Cardui I was unable to do any work I have taken 5 bottles and have improved very much I I myhousework I cant say too much I f for Cardui it has done sot much for me Your druggist sells Car dui Get a bottle today I THE INTERIOR JOURNALI Established 1872 VERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At fl Per Year In Advance sHELTON 8AUFLEY Publisher Entered at the Post Omce at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mall POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS JudgeTheauthorized to announce Charles A Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst at the election to be held November 1911 subject to the action of the Demo trade party and he prefers a primary The Danville Advocate threw a fit Saturday because the Interior Jour nal expressed the opinion that Circuit Judge Lewis L Walker seemed unduly precipitate In his of soldiers here to protect the ne Shay Pellraan dJ tjie taco of the fact reasontorested the negro themselves offered andthroughoutfair manifested a demeanor and con whlchtruly confirmed highesttntegrityapdThe Advocates criticism of our re JhdgeIa offlclaL bouquettossIng hardlybelievemaster commissIonership printing away from the Messenger whose editor Is a boyhood friend of the JudgeThe politics of Judge Walker had nothing to do with the Interior Journals remarks anent his action and we believe the Advocate knows us well enough to admit this We would have suggested Just as Quickly to a democratic Judge as to aIrepublican that the conduct of Messrs Rankin throughout the whole of the unfortunate affair certainly de served some better mark of recog nition than that open suspicion be cast upon them and their friends by the flaunting of bayonets in their faces to protect the prisoner Just how little our esteemed con temporary knows of the facts and cir t cumstances ot the whole aflalr seems to be clearly indicated in Its statement that the officials of Lincoln county spirited the prisoner away to Leba non for safekeeping when the fact Is that he was taken there solely because it was the order of Judge Wal kerThe Interior Journal has no quarrel with Judge Walker on that or any score however It knows him as u good lawyer and Is confident that he will bo a good judge and will act for the best as he sees It What we are interested in right now Is seeing that the good name of Lincoln county is protected We are a lawabiding com munity and when such splendid evi dence of It Is given as was furnished by the Rankin brotherA In this case we do not Intend that their light shall be hid under a bushel or smothered by a soldiers blanket It is such lawabiding citizens as they that formthe pillars of the republic The Nashville Tennessean the newspaper founded and edited by the slain Senator Carmack which has just absorbed Its ancient rival the American the organ of the discredit ed Patterson machine Is supporting Col Hooper the Republican Fusion candidate for Governor of Tennessee and has been carrying at the head of its editorial columns the following quotation from a speech by Governor Patterson when he was fighting Sena tor Carmack which has now returned to ping in him I would rather vote for a straight Republican than a crooked demo crat Malcolm R Patterson And to this the Tennessenn adds significantly by way of explaining Its support of Col Hooper in preference to Governor Patterson So would we I1rSt Asaph Hotel For Sale G H r THE ST ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY A LARGE COMMODIOUS 1 BRICK BUILDING OF 25 ROOMS BESIDES THE KITCHEN AND BASE MENT ALSO TWO LARGE STORE ROOMS WITH BASEMENTS CEN ITRALY LOCATED IN STANFORD ON MAIN STREET IS FOR SALE I PRIVATELY HAS A LARGE BARN ABOUT 100x72 HAS ABOUT 24 I STALLS LARGE LOFT AND LARGE SHED THE FULL LENGTH OF r BARN SERVANTS HOUSE LARGE COAL HOUSE THAT WILL HOLD j COO OR 700 BUSHELS OF COAL LARGE DOUBLE CRIB ETC THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES OF PROPERTY IN THE I STATE IT IS A SPLENDID PLACE TO MAKE MONEY WILL SELL AS A WHOLE OR SELL THE HOTEL PROPERTY SEP ISARATE AND KEEP THE STORE RCOMS ALL THE FURNITURE IN 1 THE HOTEL GOES WITH DEAL THE OWNER OF THIS PROPERTY IS IN BAD HEALTH OR ELSE MONEY COULD NOT BUY IT SHE HAS J t DECIDED THAT IT MUST GO IN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS IF YOU JtWANT IT YOU1 MUST ACT QUICK THIS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR 1 FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE L R HUGHES OR W L Mc CARTY 4 THE TWO STORE ROOMS ALONE ARE PAYING GOOD INTEREST ON 6000 AND ONE OFTHEM IS LEASED FOR SIX YEARS i THE LEADING HOTEL OF THE TOWN AND DOING A BIG BUSI NESS A FEW YEAR AGO THE HOLDERS OF THIS PROPERTY BOUGHT IT PRINCIPALLY ON TIME THEIR HOLDINGS NOW ARE- i AMONG TH tARGEST IN THE CITY t4J Y ltJt I ZoI 4l t T KLK 1 rVU tw WY- tlli b D W 7M PROMPT PAYMENT of all losses is n feature of the fire Insurance companies wo represent Have us Issue you a policy so that in case fire does como you will be in sured in a company that makes prompt and liberal settlements Our companies neither haggle over pen ales nor stand on trivial technicalities W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 Notice8ro withr40 horsepower bailer 30 hp engine a new sam111 for sale H cash bale ance In to four and six months with got notes Kings Mountai n Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky i FORSALEi Small well m proved farm outside of town limits between Stanford and Rowland containing 25 12 acres good house out houses now barn fine young orchard water at house and barn Would make a gqod dairy or truck farm for right man I also have farm of 104 acres of un improved land situated on Dlx river and county road This land Is all In grass except 1k acres which is In cultl vatlon This land will grow fine tobacco or corn and has some fine Um ber on it Will sell cheap and make term to suit the purchaser or will trade for town property For Infor matron write or call on me at Row land Frank Cordier STIRRING TIMES we are having In the building line We carry a lull line of lime plaster cement and everything else needed for building Everything purchased here will be found ot the best quail ty and the best for intended purposes We will savo you trouble and uanecM sary expense by sending to us for an estimateJ ALLEN Stanford Ky Public Sale try iHalng sold our farm two miles Orchard on nix River known as the O P Newland farm we will offer for sale publicly on Thursday October 13 the following described property 1 pair of fouryearold work mules 1 combined horse 1 work mare with foal by Jack 1 brood mare with twin mule colts with foal by Jack 1 mule two years old 2 2yearold horses 1 yearling horse 15 yearling cattle 1 lat cow and two calves 5 00 pound hog= and 2 125pound hogs 10 bar rels pf tarn household and kitchen furniture and oUter things too numerous to mention Terms given on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock Col M II Johnson Auctioneer RODBINS BROS J C McClary Undertaker and Emam or STANFORD KY Office Phone 17 Home Phone 35 Q O CARTERN- ew LiVeN Depot Street Phone 98 TAW FORD KENTUCKY rIlif I i lossaoiutldinge and Iin- l 111RSLAYAl= HARNESS ON A HORSE ehould bo made so as to give him per frt comfort Wo carry everything required In harness and horse goods but only the best and most reliable lines If you need harness for farm wagon or for a racing sulky you will get the best of Its kind at J C McCLARY Stanford Ky REAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over agpln in lessened doctors bill But you must be sure that It Is real It Isnt the white basin and nickeled pipes that make sanitary plumbing It Is the way they are put together Have us do your plumbing We have the know how W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky T HiB Northcott I LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Branch T K Tuaor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR IiFryereTurkeys IV n rl213c Ducks M4 W8 Roosters per lb 55140 Hides per lb 7c IWOc IEXCHANGE We can please you Phone 13 J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today fort Unsr1JM to lOc 1 Eggs Vl10c Springers11 to 11 Xc j Roasters 5 to 5 1011 Turkeys 12 to Ducks T Hides 6 12 to 7c Feathers 15 to 430I Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick en Feed for sale or In exchange for j Produce Phone 20 YOUCAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than any tl VffiLet us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11- J HBaughmanCo Fill An Winter Suitings My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection They comprise the best on the market 1 can suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready made when quality and fit to esus1dse Cam In d 1 t4e rcw JlHAftf- B Co kteth J Ike rw seal TatiorL 0 tome 1 terNe111e artho Ft lfl WATER PROOF 3t t t rcu 8 t u mruJ Thats a great word butwe think we have a right to ise it when speaking of our WATER PROOF Clothing I The Fish and Shield Brand ti Slickers at 3and 250are known the world over as Water Proof f Coats THE ROVER a medium weight Grey and Brown mixedcdVert coat is a very genteel coat indeed and absolutely dry It costs you only 550 Those Zephyr weight dressy rubber 11 coats have been very hard to get this season owing to thegreat demand but we havetnem at 5 CRAVENETTE COATS Our stock is too large to tell aboutvWe have to show you They are beautiful patterns Presto collars long and stylish at any price from 10 to 25 You better look these rover at your leisure v I H J Mckoberts ii EEiiiG L Penny 11 H Coffey E R Celemfa II1I Grape Juice w And a Large List ofGenuine Thirst Quenchers At Ar1 1 PENNYS DRUG STORE 1Metanrod Kentucky lSBBBBBBF1798BBBBEEEA J l Beazley Co r Undertaker and Embalm WI Also Dealers in Fur niture MflUingiRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kindi of Stock Give Them IB Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer ot Marble and Cranlte Monu ments Marken and Posts Cemetery and Law Vases and Settees Office and works Me KlnneyKy CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the bolt ai well ai the freshest of cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted Bowers on short wreathsforIn connection with the above I have all realonableIStanford Ky r nf E W A TRIBBLE Furnhureand Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KenturKy 7rj r I CONCRETING J flit i We are In position to do all erettng toon ai Block Work lavemeatsj ahouse J you promptly sad guarantee Rrteh i work and material Call and our prices before yon buy your material at lent PHILLIPS BROstjStanford Kyt J When Hungry iJrti r GOTO t Carton1 Restaurant Lancaster Htrett 11Stanford JC Meal served at all hours up to lliSOJr x iBeit place In wn for a good quick i 1Imeal Cooking to suit our cuitomeri oar specialty Hot oorrc Hplendld 1Grocerleland sweet V A CARSON priPotiwHt = L rM 3t TUESDAY orollia4 IU1P THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR TOURNAL yr r rrs jo t f l BluejfejGrey Light Rcd and YdComfort Calicoes at SC Not Over 12 Yards of one Pattern to a Customer r Keutucky4t 1c yers special values at Pennys Drug- ItorePERSONAL NOTES Miss Mallnda Stone or Pnrls Is the guest of friends here Mr 11 O Bright of Danville visited friends hero Sunday Misses Sue and Woods 1yti0tideIncats County Judge L W Hcthurum of Rockcastlc ono of the beat officials in the State was here on legal business tSaturcla J M Lovall of Lincoln county has bleD on vlelt to friends and relatives near Schnftor Mv Lovell formerly llv cd In this county Soraerset Times Mr C M Spoonamore of Mound Valley Kansas arrived Saturday to visit his brother B S Bnoonamoro and other relatives hero Fnyotto Decker who holds a nice job In Frankfort has been on a visit to his old homo near Mcinnoy dears W H Wearen Homer Wray and U T truce are In Shclbybvlllo this week Httendlng tho K P meeting Mrs J K Claunch of Somerset Is till guest of her mother Slrr Jim Lynn Mr and Mrs J E Bruce have re- T turned from UalMo eklIchrtut both are very much Improved by their atRy there Miss Mary Uw Givens of Hubble will entertain the euchro club Thurs day morning at 11 oclock All mem bers are invited to be present a business trip to St Louis Mrs K J Saddler of Lancaster who has been the guest of Mrs W U OUannon has returned to her home Mr Ijurdctto Powell of Hustonvllle Is on the sick list Miss Kathleen McKinney of Hus ton illetms been visiting friends here Prof Walter O Hopper of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with tho home folks There mornIngjor with her aunt Mrs T S Webb rom there she will go to Jackson Miss to teach for a year Misses Lucy and Ada Alcorn of HuKonvlllo spent Saturday here tho guests of Miss Annie McKinney Miss Molllo Lewis of Turncrsvllto its visiting her cousins Mrs J ii Baughman and Miss Jennie Rocker UtIP1tiJIttchurch Mips Etta Mueller has gone to dlanapolls to take a course In tho nor mal school for the training of teach ors for tho deaf Miss Annie Dunn left Monday for Cedar Springs S C where she will teach again this winter Mrs Sara J Hubbard who has been visiting her sister Mrs W G McUeo returned to her home at Richmond on withIthroI We are fishing for your trade with a verv tempting bargain as long as this lot lasts We begin the Fall season by offering a limited quantity of calicos and apron Ginghams at a special price At the high price of Cotton we cant promise any more after this lot is sold So If you secure any of these goods you must come at once These are all Fresh New Goods and they come in desirable patterns Somerset Sunday to see her brother Dr W H HIggins Mrs W P Olvens who has been In Rattle Creek Mich for the past two weeks has returned hornet Mr J K Bruce has been quite III for several days at his home on Dan ville avenue but Is somewhat improved today Ensign Casweil Saufley U HN who ash been with relatlvesln Stan lord iii now the gueef orijjdgQ E C OHear and family at mraAyr Mr Saufley Is leaving sooitor a three months cruise In foreign waters Frankort News Mr and Mrs Ernest Warren left Thursdity morning for New York City where they will spend the next ten doys taking In the sights of the big Gotham town Mlddleaborp News The CourierJournal says Mr and Mm Albert U Eastland have issued invitations to the marriage of tbelr daughter Addle Chrlstler to Mr Sam uel Caldwell Walker on Wednesday evening October 12 at 8 oclock at their home 964 South First street Mrs Marvin II Adams left this morning for Lexington to Join her husband They will make their home In Lexington In the future Danville AdvocateMr Mrs Bryan Carpenter and baby of New Decatur Ala are the Kiitsts of Mr Carpenters parents Mr and Mrs A W Qarpcnter Mr J W Hoyden of Paris Is In the city to attend a meeting of the directors of the Cumberland Valley Land Company Miss Maty 11 artses+ Hug this year In Nrr Schoil for tile Drat at Sui ouu Oklahoma JfI Copyright Hart Schanncr Si Marx IYOULL find here in our store the greatest earth of good clothes more first prize winners than anywhere else all the highclass thorough pled styles and you canjust as well take a first premium as not I Hart Schaffner Marx new t V styles new coloring new allwool fabrics perfect tailoring clothesc J 1 i Cummins Wearen f STANFORD KENTUCKY q 1 r THIS STORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES T Lr 1 1- T L a wt r 1 SHORT LOCAL NEWS Per Salt22 1100lb feeders nice ones Dr Hugh Reid 592 For SaleTwo coed hand wagons and one wheat drill Pence Dros 632 YOUR CITY TAXES ARE NOW DUE ALL PARTIES OWING ME 1908 AND 1609 TAXES MUST SCTrfLE AT ONCE OR I WILL TAKE EXECUTION AGAINST THEM BJ D CARTER 633 w Sllona stomach tablets turn a weak stomach into a strong one In n short time stop sour stomach and stomach misery In flv mlnutet U L Penny guaranteed them Large box 50 cents Insure property In Kentuckys own Henry Clay fire insurance Com pany R 101 Newland Agent Lost ladles ton Lancaster pike Return to this office and receive reward Finn BauRhinan colored of Junc tion City was arrested here by Deputy Sheriff W S Embry and taken to Danville end landed In jail He Is charged with shooting a man from a window at the colored church In Junc lion City Insure your property in Kentuckys own Henry Clay flro Insurance Com pany IiM Newland Agent o MFor Sale Drlck house and two acres of land on Somerset street nice cottage on East Main street house and 25 acres on East Main and a bbliee and five acres of land on Dan ville avenue Apply to Harvey Helm For sate privately my home on East Main Street Mrs L B Cook Stan ford Kentucky w trnyLnrge Poland China boar homemade ring in nose Notify M S Baughraah The Eureka Portrait Company has Just received a new line of mouldings and Is now prepared to frame pictures at half the uftual price Finest line of moulding ought to Stanford Office opposItMcoUrt house Lancaster Street 5 L On next Friday and Saturday Sept JO 31 the Llpps slaters will show an luiraonse line of uptodpto fall and winter millinery the largest ever shown In Hustonvllle Everybody cor dially Invited Any person having old books let ters magazines ledgers or papers of any kind that they do not need will assist in a good cause by donating them to the Presbyterian Aid Society Apply to Mrs J B Paxton Pres The County Board L of Education ofI Lincoln county Ky will receive bids nt its regular meeting the second Monday in October for new school bouseHito Lc built at McKinney and Milledgevjlle See G Singleton chair man of sold board G Singleton chair mnnQ W Hunn secretary 612 UrassLeagueof this county was the leading pitch or having won 17 games ami lost 3 during tho season His per cent was SbO He also batted 302 a splendid record Mr McCormtcks many friends ralIidly0pIDld fever which ho contracted just before the close of the baseball season T The furniture or the new State Hank and Trust Company has arrived and is being rapidly installed preparatory to tho opening of the Institution next Saturday Lee Hill has accepted a position as assistant bookkeeper In the Lincoln County National Bank o At a meeting or tho stockholders of the Danville fair Col W P Glv ens was elected president to succeed T U Bright resigned Popular Col L M Dunn was reelected secretary George B Robinson was elected vice president and Frederick Harris was reelected treasurer Ten new direct ors were chosen several Lincoln coun ty men being so honored tJ H Baugh man J C Eubanks of Stanford S N Stlgall of Perryvllle J H Baugh man of Atoka WT Uobinson of Falconer and Richard Cobb F N Gerahrt F T Logan L P Yandell and A B Hundley of Boyle HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head Z We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and free from disease for C cents per hcfad per month It cures Cholera Kills Worms Stimulates the Appetite Aide Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly This remedy Is used and endorsed by leading fog raisers throughout the country Come In bud let ull tell you about it Sold by New Stanford Drug Co d j 1Ifi I l Brown jr r c Blue and Green Apron 11r5Check Ginghams at 7 Not over lo Xards of one Pattern to a Customer I ed school aro now ready and taxes are due Tho penalty will go on Nov theoUlceLackeyTrerasurer II taken patiently and uetsntsArJ- will relieve the most obsanatte CIiIIIIIJ ot Indigestion con8tlpatlosbadfWawk bud liver 110 matter how fang sUaefr lug Thats wbat Hollfstef RteSty Mountain Tea will do 35 cols Tte or Tablets Shugars It TSniwr eOOOOOGOO I SEE OUR LINE OFv IF I HEATING3 S sTgvEs1- g ri 4 ETC t 4 W H HIOWNSo 1I Stanford Kentucky V y M iii r oooooooooo o r yrr+ YDung Men s Hatt y I I to i We Are Now ShowingA11 ne Correct Shapes and Colors 4 I J T T r S W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY srr I 4 L RHughea T W Humble W 0 Martin J Iltow Dress woods I We are showing a beauties ful line of New Wool Goods in black and colors in the r new diagonal weavesFrendt serges stripes and Broad I cloth tAlso the newest and larg est assortment of trimmings we have ever shown in All overs Braids Persian bandy and buttons Call and seeusa before buying tHUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY L e r 9 d i + a d + wFyw 4r q MA 1 ay i sas R w A+ tw1MAPK- wH i I r d rt s SiWNIijibK 0 l CI4XxiNT1t1tIO JOURNAL TUESDAY OCTOBER 1 1910 v r Yr AVCTION1ijf i iiiei1 a atO kd t i I r t 1 TOWNLOTt- V t s o r r irnE1 I i ft w 1 0 STANFORD KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCTOBER 8th 1P jt others say The largest and most satisfactory lot sale ever had in Maryvilk was the one conducted by Youngs Development CoMaryville Tenn Enterprise Such sales as this are What theesteemlots is perfectlysatisfiedDLeishhardt cashier Bank of Marengo Ind The people of Scottsburg can congratulate themselves for having these gentlemen Youngs Development Co 4vith thcmJohn Hooker cashier Scottsburg Ind State Bank I can heartily enter into the above statement VV 11 WhiUon cashier Scott county bank Wehveneverpulled deedswillt given to the party who buys the most lots regardless of price ut c 7 Band music and a good time promised A photograph will be taken of the crowd Wednesday Special invitation to the ladlesIe lotsfrontingKentuckyfc 1 ara s- tY WHYkIfyou itudy the Lines and the Set of the Diamond Edge Hatchet the reason for their r universal favor becomes evident No matter what styleYwhether shingling lathing claw hall or any of the core ol styles every one seems to be finished best The infinite care In the selecting and setting oft the handle is remarked by all men who know may 1Jpji f1FDGBIS ft QUq1I LEDGE FOR SALE BY GEORG E H FARRIS STANFORD KY ad and best penb outside 111 We also do a hitch o 3PUBLIC SALE nthe town Crab Orchard Sat 1urday OctoberSth 1910 I will otter r qer sale public outcry the Dr Price f tereroraafid lot near the depot at suitOnehalt cash and the rep oqe and two years W J P f tc JFARfwhFOft SALEI acgs tylns 1 12 piles west tilO d a good cottage and out I Hbtises barn etc 6 fields fenced about acres cultivation plenty owaterw ReaBon for celling out not lible work on farm Price rea n bie v vi t JAB A 608e I If you have anything eell i in the STOCK 11 Take to Nunnclleys New Stock Yards f He bUy and del s every day in the year except Bring od your stock in the State with plenty of water ccvered of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY general and fecdibuwne J of on at jaalflder lu CHANDLER of 35 In to KING II to Sunday B C Allen of Huston lUes ld seven yearling cattle toO S Williams rat 4 cents For Rent I wlslr to rent for yfear tlumyrnrllicontainIng about 12 acressUumted on Hanging Fork about ae4stanrprdot ll meadow Balance In blue gross See J B Foster who will show you the place Mrs Jessie Stagg 63tf Phone wire Cutters r T Deafness Cannot Be Cured by cwnoi reach the dll toallppUeauouiJtV w only one way to cocutltattooil remedlM Deataea to allied by aa inOamed condition of the mucous lining ot the Eustaehlan Tube When toll tube to Inflamed you nave a rusblbuc sound or KB perfect bearloc to entirely closed DAS sae u the result anduolees the Inflammattoa eaaba UUa out and thus tubs restored to Ill normal condi tion baartac wW be destroyed torero nmeaees IIOItiBCbuW OM aoadred Dollar DeM9t es4ise JI almaedby IlaUl CatarrbCur Send ter cuculan ree- F 1 CUEVKY A CO Toledo 0Sold D1n Tie TUw UAUITuuy ruu tor eoartiptttoo FI THE FARMERS For Sale2 large steers and 15 cal yes J S Moberly McKinney 631 For Sale Good cow with calf two NO2Ynew sale cheap AV I Logan FOR SALE tilce oung Jersey milk cow J S Turpln Stanford Ky 572t For Rale 2000 nice tobacco sticks Dr Hugh Reid Stanford tobtbcoLet It M Newland figure with you before placing your fire Insurance For S1loA well Improved farm of 20 acres near ML Salem house + alockaDqfanningSalem Ky 4983 For Sale High grade Southdown ram lambs Fisher and Rentck crosses Mrs Mattle H Hewos Morcland Ky R R No 1 Bo 49 Wanted To buy a place of 75 to 100 acres In Lincoln county one hav- Ing improvements Address P O Box 65 Stanford Ky For Sale Two sow 18 shoats 05 stock hogs John Cook Stanford For SaleA few thoroughbred Du roc Jersey bong pig April farrow Prlc reasonable T J Durham Crab Orchard Phone 1315 698 IoU Sale Nice fresh Jersey cow Ed Hubbard 61tr For Sale7o 700 to 900 pound yearling arid twoyear old steers W A Cofr yiMcKinney 622p AvThe administrators sale of tbe property of tbe late H H McAnlnch In Casey was largely attended Corn sold at 260 per barrel hogs at Itf cehfoa pound and cattle at 1605 per hundredS Powell and Son have sold two splendid fillies by Atmont Dare to eastern parties for 842 They will be shipped east the first of the year At the sale of Matt Alyers Saturday 1 4 year old mule brought 210 another of same age 150 yearling filly U10 tine thre year old horse 85 1 three year old horse JO another Pf same age 75 Milk cows brought UQ to i5O 20 yearlings 600 pounds sold for 3160 per bead hOgs brought 1110 per hundred farming imple ments sold Well Col J P Chandler cried this good sale James H BaUKhmaii Is having1 a splendid sale for the five carloads of western horses And cattle which ha brougbt back him last week He has already dlsposed of 48 horses at from 25 to 205 among the buyers being George Roble of JJarrard B D Holtzclaw S H Baughman Will Adonis A U Ctttilder Jone J3aughman and Thomas MhloyI1 liooth Thompson of Garrard has called off his sale which was adver Used In the L J having sold his farm privatelyFor My place of 2CO acres for 191150 arC of corn 30 acres fro wheat 60 acrfa In iiioadaw re mainder for gracing Mrs Utorgy I Logan Stanford Ky L On accountprtcw Jllncasof Mrs J Sostponedhisland on Thursday the date of the sale will be announced later The many friends of the family will regret to learn that Mrs Spears Is in a very serious condition Public sate of Hostonrille Property Having other property In Huston vllle I will on- Saturdayl4ov 5th 1910 sell tko folldwlDK UiMcrlbwl real estate One twostory frame house with 18 rooms arranged so that two families cat live In It two back yards ono extra nice vacant building lot one extra large twostory barn a good livery barn 3 large sheds 2 lasting wells one back lot This property Is well fenced and In good repair has nit outbuilding necessary and Is situated on Main and lk l lego streets one square from very fine graded school one square from the Christian church one square front Baptist church and two squares from Presbyterian church and Is in a splen did neighborhood 1 will Also sell ono Curtis Held glassfront carriage as good ns new two Rood high wheel sulkies two phaetons one twohome driving cart one Hancock disci plow and COO or GOO bales of No 1 hay Sale begins promptly at two oclock Terms made known on day of sale For other particulars address by phone or otherwise D 8 CARPENTER HUttonyllle Kf tf1 Skin And Scalp Troubles Yield to Zemo A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION- FOR EXTERNAL USE Penny drug store Is so confident that ZKMO will rid the skin or scalp of Infant or grown person of pim pled blackheads dandruff eczema prickly heat rashes hives Ivy iol son or other form of skin or scalp eruption thVt they will give your back If you ore pot en ilroly satisfied wIth the results ob tamed from ZEMO The first application will give prompt relief all improve ment nnd Jn every Instance where used persistently will destroy the life saving the skin n a clean MalthicorfdltlonLet ouproor of some re markable tyres made by bookletz hownit give you a32 page to present the skin Pennys Drug- Store I It is In time of sudden mishap or accident that Chamberluln JJnluient can be relied upon to take the place of tho family doctor who cannot nl ways bo found at too moment Then it Is that Chamberlains Liniment is never found wanting In casese of sprains cuts wounils and bruises Chamberlains Liniment takes out tho soreness and drive away tho pain Sold by U L Penny t The CrQist ShoeI When it comes to dress wear Crossett Shoes tare what you want We have every style last and color Work ShoesI t 11 r + n1l And medium weight We haveea line the best made from hand Itsewed td a machine made We t have the Inpestructable Shoe J for the farm that we absolutely I guarantee If not good money I refundeq or a new pair Ask your neighbor 1 1h 13- I a SAM ROBINS0N 11 h Stanford Ka t5u 11 h r Nl J Rif iEfOEtSs faf BU r 1 MI gny your Childrens chOOltShoes from L LeSand rsand+ e J r e a nice School Box with eachnuJS I V ra taiIocc ornrnt l9t L L S ISmSfO110 rab tOrchardrKentuckyI J I and 1- e of n f jH