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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY', KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1910. i '- - ..,- - , NO. 6 APPEAL TO BE TAKEN FROM DEATH VERDICT day said' JUHY SAYS PELLMAN MUST DIE AT END OF SENSATIONAL CASE. Shny Tollman the noRro assailant of little Nancy Kankln will pay tho penalty of hi brutnl crlmo by death In tho electric chair The Jury found him guilty Saturday morning nml I penalty nt denth ludge olkr Immediately sentenced hliu to die on fix-1- Pellman at Lexlnoton. in describing I'ellmnn'M arrlral at Lexington, the Lexington Leader Sun When seen nt the county jail reii-mawas In n pltlablo atate Hi) could not talk coherently and for a long time could not give his tlrst name He seemed to be much relieved to arrive safely behind the barn here Ho said "I nm Innocent I did not do this 1 hope to get a new trlnl If nnyhod) comes here from Htnntord to see me I don t wnnt to nee tltein, but It my wile comes, please let me see her. n Is Fire Uug At Work ? ANOTHER LA.RQE BUILDING STROYED AT ROWLAND DE- - Mew Officers ELECTED Mrs. Rebecca Francisco PASSES AWAY AT DRODHEAD OTHER ROCKCASTLE NEWS. Urodhead, Ky., Oct. a SWAP HORSES IN MIDDLE OF STREAM REPUBLICANS FORCED TO ANOTHER CANDIDATE FIND 8. BY LINCOLN COUNTY S. ASSOCIATION Fnnay, Ifitli An the letli ehnlr Ik now being Installed In tho penltentlnry nt Kddyvlllo, nnd n un- UNCLE der Uio not of tho Inst legislature elec trocutlon will horealter bo substitute": for hanging Infliction of cnpltol pun Ishment, he will bo put to death by that means Attornijf for rtllninn Mated thoy wilt Immediately lllo motions nml ground for nn nppenl from the Judgment lrom tint Lincoln court, nnd If they (In, It will bt considerably later than Dec 18 before, IVIImnn pnys tho penalty for Ms crime, if the higher court nfllrins hi sentence Ground relied on by the attorneys for defense for o reversnl will be that n contlnu-nnc- e was not Krnnted. In order that thoy might have bad time to prepare n piopr defense nnd rcfnsnl of tho court to hrant a change of venue. Imnifdlntely alter tho report of the. Jur) and formal sentencing of Jive pris oner by thu court, he wna takt'ii to Lexington to Im kept In Jill up',1! hlo time of his execution shall nrrlve Deputy Sburilf V S Emhry nccompanl-tby two ot the Ktnto guardsmen lroo to Danville, nnd cnught the eard Does This Mean You? SAM AFTER DIQ STICK US WITH . to the publisher. dangerous business for PROMINENT EAST END COLONELS the publisher of a country puper to EXPRESS THEIR VIEWS. send papers subscriber who are more Special than one vcar in nrrcar Col If II llrotmugh and Col D K agents for the- postofflce department nn traveling oer the country, drop- Fnrrts, tobacco klng.i of the Knst Knd ping Into newspaper offices when of Lincoln, were In Stanford Monday, Irast expected nnd examining sub- and paid the I. J , an appreciated call scription Hals to ascertain. If the re- Hoth are enthusiastic for the succos gulations, promulgated two yenrn or of the tobacco pool, and while neither more ngo, requiring pa)ment of nub- - ha a yet pooled his crop, both gay li To be they are ready to do so. Col. scrlptlon nre being observed Is nn emphatic nnd outspoken deprived of the second class mailing non- ndvoenle of the pool and declnrea thai Is the penalty ly nfternoon train for Lexing- privilege, which the rulings, for puts a every grower should be forced to pool compliance with IVIImnn wan shnckled hand nnd newspaper out of business, for a paper Ins crop nnd thus help In the tight to ton toot to prevent an) possibility of e ennnot stand the expense of plnclng a Keen un the price Col t arris ex rape and the militiamen carried load t stamp upon each paper ina.1l-- plained that, of course, tho force Col. d rifles In the rig with them nieint was the force of No country newspaper Uronahgh nnd live Immediately niter the departure of can "moral suasion " alford the expense company of IVIImnn, the Somerset "Sewral Illinois publishers have resoldier made reparation to break cently been v lilted by Inspector" They 2 10 train camp nnd deixirted on tlna Howard Camnitz Very III were cnlled uion for a certified copy for home subscription lists, and as a re- of In town was There was n Inre crowd cited to appear In Washington io attending the scenes of this sensation suit at least one of these nubllshers CRACK YOUNG PITCHER FORCED very qult and sliiw cause Ills list wns n6t as a oil nl cose, but It was a TO QUIT WORK. orderly crowd, nnd there, wa no Wgu paid up as the law requires " of any disorder. Lea Rankin, falhor Continuing A special dispatch from Pittsburg the Cincinnati paper " of tho llttlw girl, nnd his brothers, nnd sas It seems a bit tough the pub- suv "Howard Camnitz, pitcher on tultntan-tla- l relatives are among the most lisher of country newspapers hvo to tho Pittsburg National League team. coun be hauled up before the government Is seriously HI In a Pittsburg hospital and foremost farmer of the ty nnd their rourse during the trying under the charge of violating Federal of bronchitis and pleurisy and his Ken ordeal was the subject for the most law h Just because they do not require tucky relatives rnve been asked to favorable comment on every side com- their subscribers li matters not how come nnd help take enre of htm with mencing from the time when the good they mny be to pay their sub- the object In view of hurrying nim Messrs Unnkln themselves arrested scriptions proptly Hut It Is like the to his home In Hustonvllle, Ky, as the able the culprit and turned him over to und end of the world, no one knows when quickly as possible when he Is real-l- j it cometh, nnd no editor know what to be moved. Camnitz has been officers, till he was sentenced proved themselves day an Inspector mny cnll In nnd ex 111 for some weeks, but refused to t.knn nwuv They citizens, with the highest amine bis list " retire from work as long a there was The Interior Journal subscription u chance for Pittsburg either taking respect tor the law and Its enforcement from first to last nnd set nn ex- - list, as a whole, I remarkably well first or second place in the leaguel him-selample, which Is well worthy of emu- nald un. but there are some who nre i ace nnd it Is thougnt he injured unnecessarily by remaining In tho ii year or more In arrears. These are 111 Owing to tie Impossibility of secur- remieted to kindly remit tne amount game so long. CamnlU became paper Inst fall about the time the Pirates ing twelvi Lincoln county men who that Is due The label on each opina nnd ear won the pennant and his Illness cast had not formed or expressed an neces-wir- or wrapper, show the month nald, subscription Is result In the home. GOT JURYMEN AT CHURCH ion concerning the case It was Deputy m ullrh the NVIIIlam Jones Mnr a. grave doubt over the Camtiltz pitchO'J, Augustus Owsley Stanley, of Hen for Instnnce world's championship. Master Commissioner NV. 1. Wl! to go to Uoylc county rode nearly nil means that Mr. Jones' subscription Is ed very hard ball during the entire Hams sold tbe Wheeler farm to Mrs derson Congressman trom the 2nd Deputy Sheriff NV. S. Embry who Sherltf W 8 Kuibry summoning men paid to March 110, and that he owe Congressional district, exhibited that summoned the Boyle county venire of season this year too hard for his Dora NVheuler at 16 an acre. of Thursday night se- for the iwner from that aaie honiiii. It is thought." Tho C. NV. U. M. Auxiliary will hold he was a fuhter with his fists as well Jurymen for service at the Pellman from the Perryvllle section. He I J hopes that It may not have Camnitz, younger brother Wedcured 75 nnd 70 of them were examin- to The single subscriber, yet It wlsnes or Harrygreat twlrler. and himself fast their regular monthly meeting at the as with his tongue.- He became en trial, .came near breaking up a prolose and nesday afternoon at 2!30 o'clock the gaged In a fight Henderson with tracted meeting near Perryvllle Tburs ed before the panel was tilled second-clasmailing developing Into big league timber, has Christian church. to risk losing Its Montgomery Merrit Alves, in which day night. accepted by both prosecution and tc comply with law and does not care gone to Pltuburs to bring Howard Mr. and Mrs. Clay NVall or El Paso. several blows were passed, but neith Upon learning that a protracted Tho members of tho Jury were . White. D H. privilege' For this reason It ask that homo . Harry but recently returned Texas, are vlsitlnff Mr and Mrs. T. L. er of the combatents was seriously meeting wns in progress and knowing Taylor Craln. It. as from his season's work in tbe box for Droaddue. Mrs Henry Simpson and hurt. Arnold. label nn this paper, and If behind tha Perryvllle was a very religious Prcwltt. NY. U Penny. NV 11 Carpen-ter- , much as a year or moro to remit the Jersev City In the Kasiern league, little daughter are at home from a vis-I- t Alves who Is a member of the Hen city, he hied himself to the church J. A J. S Sharp. NVm Fonter, Coconaugher amount due. to Lexington. Dr.iand. Mrs. A. S. derson bar was standing in front of and after the services were over, sumM K. Gibson, E II The (JlMgow Times n few days ago Price, of Stanford were Mr. and Mrs. his office and as Stanley was coming moned more than forty men as they O.' M Drewry and I) L. Owens Cutters officially notlf ed to comply wltli was Phone Wire Ed Prices guests Sunday Miss Kcll down the street, called to him and wore leaving the church for their - Tho defense sought to have the ruling, and at once announced that Johnson is at Battle JJreeK Mich., w un told hlio that he wanted to see him homes or Ho Jury set aside on tho ono year or more in sister, Mrs. Belle" Burnslde. Mrs. to mem- all subscriber Tbey were taken completely by surUio grounds that three of the TENN., BY her R. Gott and little daughter have to minute. Stanley stepped over unless be Yv, expressed their arrears would weredropped within the CAUHT IN HARRIMAN. tbe steps In front of the office. prise and forty more disconcerted men bers were said to hate paid the v Islt to Rlthuiond lubscrlptlons SHERIFF OF BOYLE guilreturned from a The two men engaged in a conver- were neyer seen In that city before. opinion that the defendant was "Itomember," says next thirty day O. T. NVallareof Charlotte, N. In an undertone, when Alves As u 8ii. all consolation, however there overruled ty, but tbU motion was HFMIAAll tail by Tbi Times, "it I the united states Uoyle, has re. C. is here mingling with many Gar- sation . Sheriff 11. "You are a being- not enough conveyances In the m 1.1.1 v. "" the little Oovernment doing this and not the turned from C. Fox, of Tenn., Vhero rard relatives and frlenls. Mr. and suddenly shouted: the court, ana il.. ",i Harrtman, llarl" cltr to transport that number of men Hio comnionwcalttvplaced Time." week in search of 3. A. Mrs. NV. I. Williams IJuNve returned ho went last told No sooner said than Stanley landed Stanford, upon being apprised of Rankin Rlrl on the tnL ami sbo way. Stilftlet. R. A. from a ten days' visits Tulsa. Okla his right between Alves' eyes. The to Ranolnh vviitlnirer. over the telephone. childlike her Pltllul tale. In herbrutality of the Carr, Jointly charge Mrs. Mary Letcher, of Nlcholasvllle, plow staggered Alves wro "came the'clrcumatances Sheriir iiaroerson. Chase and Herbert Deputy PreachersYille recital of the and destroying a lour-miisireitu Is visiting at the home or sirs. wm. Lack" with a right to Stanley's Jaw. by former ed with eyes Judge NValker extended the hour for nepro oeatt brought tears to tho specof of the nastln Independent Telephone IL Cook. Misses Bello Massey, Stanley landed two more blows appearances to 11 o'clock which alHedgevUle and Hubble SoruerseL and Nannie Sears, of San Then of many of the Jurymen and on Alves' face one of them making lowed them to come by train. Mr George DycNmso Is quite III of lines between She said that Pellman bad The young tator on fever at hi home near hew In 'Jar- - on tbe night of April 20 Tuesday by Antonio, Texas, have been recent an abrasion on the right cheek. threatened to kill hr If nho tod guests or Mrs. Malcolm House. The were Indicted last men Attorney Alves is a son of Gaston blm. Her mother told of tho discos rard Uoyle county grand Jury. They Misses Tinder, who are student at , ucfrhilnnt lu a Bllit fur ttiimuliy rarKSYiiie Rev. J. !1 Hobera vas cas'sn!! to the members ot the most prum usnt tho Richmond Normal, were at home Alv-cry of the child's pl"Et nnd tho are I Ilea by Mrs. Jesse D. Alves, and In her as to tlio to thlt charge by the Kentucky Con r...nir.u nf ilnrrlmnn. Tenn.. Wnlllng. or several days' visit. also corroborated which Stanley Is the attorney tor the fercnc.e of the Methodist iliurch, er Is the son of tho superintendent of lltti one's condition. has returned Miss Ella Blantord plalntlir week at SPRAINED ANKLE. The negro wa placed on tho stand Soutbt which convened last S'almoter, the city water works; Shlftlet Is the It la said that the trouble came up from a visit to relatives at LaFollette, ami Ilnrrodsburg. Rev. F D Teddy N Aldrldge of Loulsvllla for by his attorneys. II. II Tomllnson son of tho tate mine Inspector of over an allegation In the reply tiled Tenn, and a trip to the Appalachian pastor J 8 Owsley and denied In the char who ha been for the of lhfourI'reacu lennesseo Carr Is the sou of a leading merly of this Place had .Js ihls ankle by Stanley to the defendant's son Exposition years last girl. He was Kreatly enivlllo clicult " bndly sprained while getting out of ns "lolling around In Idleness." re of tho little of ijnrriuinii mm Mesdnmes U. 11 Hocker and T K how- - waa assigned to Moretand. Other na invvyer a wealthy farmer .,nf..e.i In son of his buggy when he stepped trom me Clelland have returned from a trip to voung men held velilclo the horso made a quick ian for num slgnraent which are of much interest ever, nnd unablo to account The parents of tho Cincinnati, In wrlch thoy visited the DEDICATION POSTPONED R F Jordon, here are a follow a conference wiw onuriji ru ... i- and Jerked him Into the wheel. Mr. ber of details oi " The dedication of the Zolllcoffcr Exposition at that point, Bradford-vllle- , J A Sawyci, Macollle; NN nsured him that tbe boy would bo Corbin; ovifilnat htm. Aldrldge ha been aJlfering, from the monument In Pulaski county has been Mr. Elluibeth l!wr, of one U. 0. llorton, In Danville any,dy they are wound terribly aud it I hoped that ho Onlv two pcehe wero tuado. nnd U. Ragnn, Hazolgrcen. was a recent guest of her sister, Slanv 10. postponed until October m; I'nmiinaon for tho nrUoner that they will bo able to get out soon, Mt Sterling; J 8 lUgaii. Christian-burnn.i fnr. All confessed i. prominent . Confederate soldiers are Mr. J J. Cozatt prosecution. Indications are .. -- ....... by Mr Hardin, lor tho had cut the wires and I'nr, 'nil I. T : no. w... Mrs. W. B. Overstreet has returned CXpeCieU VU uo imrnvui. Frotrncted meeting begin Sunday that men "hlcher up" wiu.be nvolved, The former made the best explanation TAKES THE FIELO FORJ, J. coffer was killed in the battle ot Fish fro:u a visit to her sister Mrs. John very bad case. at the HapUst church. The sorvtce and that the real sensafibn has not nnd plea possible foe a Jvr, I. L Hlankenstyp1 who has been ing Oreok. nine miles west of Somer Rawllngs at Danville. crimiof Rev Bryunt the (. Few sterner 'arraignments of a I nrd n will be In charge Rev. Coroe'dui. of yet fully developed A baby boy came to visit Mr. and thejL J.'a efficient purresondent at set, on January 1!. IWi in me uai pastor, asrlsted by by Mr nal tnan tbt delivered In a Lincoln PreachrvHlo tor noma tlmvu ha tie r.o were killed and 160 wo'inded Mrs Otho B. Murphy one night last Uerea. PUBLIC SALfi hao ocr been nenrd beea .appointed teld,,, repV"!,lUo Great preparations are being made to week and liked the placo so well conI of Rev Thornton and wife havo recounty courthoue. and reporter, and w)u jravvl much entertain tbOe present at me uejica cluded to mace his stay permanent. COUNTYT LAND ono penalty turned from tholr honoymoon trip to GARRARD money to erect He demnnded that but Mrs. H G. Glasscox, of Stantord, nt point LeaveR pn I ft of thU and neighboring cHqnt.,9...lu Ion exercises. The -- ...,.. atone tor auch a Nlrglnla nnd will spend boiiio time Location .n n.rtlnltv C, Rose, v.ll the monument and slab was cpntrlb-utC- visited her mother Mrs, Rich- tho Interest of the pati' w,H of th N R. il. and on Lancaster, and here with rer parento Uelnou. offenBetbe life subscription. v;dycrjlslns by Col. Bennett II Ttoung Biid last week. Mr and Mrs. ilayden Naylor, of mond pike, 5 miles east or Lancaster Iqok after, It be .peedlly urged that mYh.'N. ASVauarsdall baa returend and Job work and tho patrons of tne tnn,n a. SKuMlewortti. oKLouUulte; Uarrard. were with nlitUt'i here. Kv blm all and Mrs. L. Z. Duke.' of New. York from a' vUlt'tC her daughter, Mrs. h. OUT. 16th. I. J.', are requested to f0TUo'cae waa given to the Jury late Mrs. Uilu Anderson, wlia M. r" been DATK -S- ATURDAY '4)0 acres to the assistance possible. render f Urandlsoa (Jlastcox at, Danville. City slting hei daughter, Mrs. 1910, at : o'clock P M.. ntternoon. and lor an hour the 1 be af In Carter & Cozatt's store trntts as s Jury considered U that night. At has returned to Stantord. .Mrs. bo sold In two separate Improvement. to PUBLIC SALEI Hoarseness In a child subject ap KOt something the matter with Its Into 167 acres with. ndjourned them Rlchird William waa with John or,,,... u n Hiire. Indication of the At 11' o'clock A. M on rior department last week and refused Missea Dora ana 11 acres of unimproved law. B acres nml family. they bcllev-T- a Swn their "uiement Saturday. Oct. 8th, 1910. acres with J 3 proach of the disease. If Chamber- to be opened for business. Alter .iweiiinc. reached Satur. Klla lllankojuuip apd '"'a Naxlor .i. urdlct could bo .mm l.iilldlng a Kach tract ht the old P E Parrls place on nix lains Cough Remedy io given at once "wrastllng." with It for a few days an ronened again were attending church ut Ueech Kate fronts on pike 'Safe Is. to wind up an river at tho mouth of Cedar Creek ll or even after the croupy cough has expert was. called from Cincinnati who hv "clock, the Jury deliberated drove Sunday und vUlted Ml following appeared. It will prevcui wm uuum. quickly opeued the sale then Mb W'llll Jlell ha8 es ate. and will be to highest Didder sell to the hlgbebt bidder the of hour before bringing Pay ne, of Tapptunna Mr Pleawat Tucker ha a pall or an absolute aalo. with- one third Interest In 35 acres In corn Sold by Penny's Druy Store. Mr lnd Is strictly b4ru It wan said that ono left again for Uedford. vUitlng Mrs. and reserve, by bid or limit. Terms about l.uOO pounds of tobacco horned toads that he has grown so out llolticlaw wa for some time filly colt, oW "FARM FOR SALE. farm with Jersey cow, one good fond of tlwt he carries them where-eve- r o tho Jurymen held out Thk n hiili-clas- s Foley Mrs. Jeaw. Traylor nnd brothsoutheast of he ftvea- - He wild that these 231 acres; 2 tor a. U h luiprliornvnl by" hisn1Ib"1 er NVIlllc C NVhlto vUlted Mr nnd .niamiui imnrovements NVrlto us for good work horse, ciuckoub unu, uuu convinced the horns a finally Orchard detailed description and lull partlcu hold and kitchen furniture This s.tuff Huktonvllle, known as waoat Bennett toada- - usa tblr convey like a human stubble, uaes a fork, to ot the death t,. ii i' While at Ontonice reserve food to their C'loyd tarm, 60 acres in must soil without that nothing ahort Possession January lst.mi. lar Virgil Robert bousht a grass; well Improved mouth. Tbey are doing penance for auch an awful H.S.WHITE. remainder In penalty wa met for HUGHES & SWINEBROAD proven hors'i lrom J R Rlgby farm; will sell at a something dose against the laws ot Reynolds, Auctioneer S. F. sad a tine stock Lancaster, Ky crime a. tho prisoner had been Price prUate bargain. A. NV. Carpenter, Moreland. toaddow, as neither ha broken IU guilty of. fast since arriving la this State. matter I Th following concerning a matter of the utmovt importance to the entire newspaper fraternity, ns well ns to ninny newspaper readers Is tnken from n recent Issue of a Cincinnati paper lieu It understood by the reader thnt the success of nnv newspapor Is dependent wholly upon Its uso of the mnlls, nnd thnt without this prl liege the pnper intuint exist, one can better understand how very Iraportnnt the Tho second destructive llro within a --. The Lincoln County Snnd.iy School month ni Unwl.inil nnW iiin. n Hun. dny morning when the largo two- - tory Association met In convention In the frame building of Mr J C Napier wns "iphhi cnurcn in stanroru Saturday totally burned down, and consuming )ct ' 1 nt 10 A M , county President, Holtrclaw presided, nnd county all ot the stock of goods of his store ' secretary Mrs. J T Illiignman kept nnd the postntllco effects y It Is believed that the. Ilr wis of the records Addresses wero origin, but there Is no ed by Kov J J Dickey, Flold worker clew to the perpetrator There wns Vaughn, Ilev D M Walker, Mm J J no tire in tho building Avhen it wns Dickey, nnd Hro. Hurk, of Iancnstcr, were all received nnd closed up saturdny night The theory The nddrossc has been advanced that the build n deep interest In the work wns manl Inn might have caught 'tiro from a fested by all present Tho following cotinty officers were spark lrom a pjsslng engine, as the I'resl-toastoreroom was ver close to the rail- - elected for the eiisnlrg year i dent D. M , Walker; Vice President, J. trncks Mr Kapler had 1Q Insurance vp- - C McClnry, Secretary Treasurer Mrs. Dickey on the content or the store nnd iiUO I upon th? bplldlng Itself. Superintendent of tbe' Elementary department MIbs Doll) Mcltoberts. Nou are- always protected If J 1)1 Superintendent of Intermediate dt- Wearen.'the Insurance man has Mrs L. I) Cook Snnerlntondent of Education de leu your policy. partment Iter R. C. Klmbie Superintendent of Visitation departHot For the Pool ment by Randolph Wain. . Superintendent of Organization I deliver-Incendiard j'j. - "It Is n very llro-nnug- QC one-cen- e Taken suddenly 111 last Monday nnd AGAINST HELM nftcr a week ot Intense suffering, part of the time unconscious, Mrs. Rebecca I ranelsco passed nwnv nt nn enrlv Rev R L Ewell the veteran repubhour last Sundny lican of Jessamine county, on Sntur Mrs Francisco was 58 years of ac dny threw up tho sponge In his race nnd had lived In this part of tho coun legninst Hon. Harvey Helm for congret try most of her lite Her maiden I I'nd the republican committee of tlio name wns McCall, a daughter of "Aunt district nominated Hugh Miller, Clr- ludv now Chestnut cult Clerk or Rockcastle county to till She was a sister to Mrs Isaac Her-ri- the vacnncy Brown Dulord, of Jessamnle, and and Inmes McCnll ,or Crab Orch ard. Jnck McCnll, or Nashville, Tenn., T Sanders Orr, of Mercer, were nnd lop McCnll, of this place. She 'prominently mentioned" for the nomi was (he mother of Mrs. Judith NVellr nation but Miller was landed. Com RL Davison and his of Crab Orchard, Mrs .Maude Sproulcs mltteemcti of F.irl, Mrs. Fannie Brooks, Miss friends or Lincoln, were behind Miller placo ntso a stepmother to James nnd had the pleasure of."puttlng htm Jewell and Thos Francis, of thi over" FrnncNco, of LaFollettc, Tenn , Mrs. Col. Ewell notiried the commltte or Marion Sullivan, of NVIlIinmsburg, nnd the district that he was forced to withWilliam Francisco, of this place She draw on acrount of his own til health It Is said that wns a consistent member or the Chris- and that or his wile tian church nnd was buried In that Ms withdrawal came as quite a surcemetery Monday To the bereaved prise to the committee. Congressman Harvey Helm views ones we extend our sympathy. J. T. Cherry bought or John Jarre this "swapping or horses" In the midM Mcllolerta. three, fine work mules at an average dle ol the stream with much comThe new officers are all efficient price of $133 per pair. placency, nnd reels that he has tho nnd will doubtless greatly adworkers Oiiltf' a crowd from this place nt race won, If his friends will only go vance work In the county tended the Sunday school Convention to the polls on Kov. Mh held at loir's Chappel near here Sunday and from the wa.v Town Marshal Lancaster Turnersville Brooks looked there must have been lots of good things to eat Rev A. J Pike assisted by Rev. At the Conference held at Harrods Tobacco cutting Is nearly over burg last week, Dr 11 11 Peurce was Jameson Is holding a protracted Mr Sherman Coy greatly Improved meeting near Gravel Swithch this returned to the Lancaster Methodist week. the appearance or his home by having church. There was a meeting of some of the a new roof put on last week Little Johnnie Lunsford has been Mrs W L. Iawson entertained nt school teachers or this county held a handsome dining In honor of Mrs. hero last Saturday. NVe tuve not jet very sick but Is improving now. Is Fields, of Louisville, Mr. Martha Turner, of Nashville. learned about the program but will visitingOllle parents Mr. and Mrs. Watt his Mrs Jennie NVest nnd son, NV. U. later on Fields, for a few days. NVest. a popular rural route carrier Miss Dora (Jooch, who has been visand formerly deputy postmaster, will iting her sister, Mrs. Eramett Gooch, Got the Blues leave Lancaster soon to reside In the at Ludlow, returned home last Sunthriving city, Tulsa, Oklahoma Mrs. day Wests attractive home Is either for Misses Eva and Yuba Toombs en DICK SCUDDER HAS SPLENDID rent or sale. tertained last Friday night in honor SUCCESS' IN KNOXVILLE. of New Cas of a number of their young friends All Mrs Margaret Farrow, kinds or pleasant games were played tle, lnd , died of cerebral hemorrhage R. S Scudder of McKInney who has and all enjoyed themselves Among while here on a vnil to sir. Thomas Kaylor and family. The deceased wns tad phenomenal success with his those present were: MIsss Mattle ht Smith, 61 yenrs of age and leaves a sister, string of show horses this season, has NVhorter, Ethel Smith, Tilll Mrs nrown, also of Newcastle There-main- s lust returned from Knoxville, where Eva i Toombs, Bessie Gooch, Yerba were taken to her former home h 8 wept almost eveiythlng before Toombs and Lucy Gooch, lessrs. Vir him In the classes in which he exhibit- gil Jones, uarry smun, Cecil Manning. on Sunday for Interment. Lawrence Toombs, John, Koeer, Rob Mrs. H Clay Sutton was rnstess at ed at tbe Appalachian Exposition. He ert Cooper, or show sturr with him Jack Gooch, Wallace took six the Woman's Club Saturday after- nnd enmehead Gooch, and Walter Moser. home with six blues, rour noon at her handsome suburban home. The entertainment given bv tho Miss Fay Louise Kobon and Mr. reds, tour thirds and one fourth. Mr. Turnersville school was a great suc (Sarrett were married Scudder is one of the most successful cess nst week The dialogue between Harvey Elbert young horsereen'in JvenUicliy,and' In Louisville last week atLthe home of held his one on thebest .Missea smith. Gooch. McWhorter and ine Dnues granuiuouier, .ura. ure rircuitsthan year. His principal win- Toombs. vvn tine and kept the audithlR Huffman. Jirs. Garrett was a frequent ence shaking with iauht-- r Mlsa visitor to Lancaster relatives, being a ners are all Peavine and Jaqulllna, but Eva and NValter Moser, Robert Cooper, wrlch great niece of Mrs. M. D. Hughes nnd he has several other younj' ones In any Lucy Gooch and others delivered ex take their share of the blues Capt. T. A. Elkln. She is an unusual- company. He Is preparing for a still cellent recitations. The debate. Rely pretty girl und Is much admired more extensive campaign next season solved. That women should vote In alt for her lovable disposition elections, was thoroughly discussed br Mrs NV. O. Rlgney and Miss Jane Herbeit Reynolds and Virgil McMul-b- n Ioty entertained their Sunday school CONGRESSMAN AND and greatly enjoyed. ATTORNEY MIX-Uclasses Saturday afternoon at the n 3 lias-mor- y -- s NN - e phy-nlcla- '!!J "v-i""'- i g 1 -- -- d 1 nl Law-renc- W'll-iin.- tlt 2 K? Set. three-year-o- ld , r:aaw-"i,- - I""' '"''Qkl tN J!JsY"" w 2. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUESDAY, OOTOHKR 4, 1M0. V-- The SOLD THE WORLD OVER. VEIIY Interior Journal. EUblhcl TUESDAY 1 1872. WATER V Mr 1 v 0.1 Bay At rer Year 8AUFLEY AND FIUDAY In Adrance. 'jvM. HELTON Publisher Stan- Entered at the Post Office at ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. POLITICAL PROOF That's a great wor&but we think we have a right to use it when speaking of our WATER PROOF Clothing. V . yoi-wi- '4: ANNOUNCEMENTS HARNESS ON A HORSE should bo made so as to give him per Wo carry everything fret comfort required n harness nnd horse goods, but only tho best nnd most reliable line. If you need harness for farm wagon or for n racing sulky, companies neither haggle over get the best ot Us kind at nles nor stand on trivial technical! a tics. J. C MeCLARY, Stanford, Ky. of all losses Is n feature of tho fire Insurance companies wo represent. llavo us Issue you a policy so that In case fire does corac you will be Insured In n company that makes prompt and liberal settlements. Our PROMPT PAYMENT. ERUNA For Circuit JudQe Tho Interior Journal In authorized to nnnounco Charles A. Hardin as n rundldnto for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dfstrlst, nt tho election to be held November, mil, subject to tho action of tho Demo cratic party; nnd he prefers n primary. rf pn J 'I i i mo uanviue Advocate "threw" fit Saturduy because the Interior Jour W. S. FISH nal expressed the opinion that Circuit PHONE 200 STANFORD, KY. Judge Leu Is L. Walker seemed tin duly precipitate In his summoning Davis Store Notice of soldiers here to protect the negro Shay Pellman, Jn .thq face of the fact Andy Spraft of Oklahoma Is visit. that the family who had every reason ItiR his grandmother, Mrs. Jane ColeWe have a saw mill for sale, with in icei mosi severely outraged, ar man. rested the negro themselves, offered engine, bailer 30 Andrew Minks and family of Illi- rtini not tue slightest violenco and nois Is visiting M. H. Johnson and oth- uiroughout tho whole harrowlnir nt. a new sawmill for sale, 4 cash, bat er kinsmen In this section. fair manifested a demeanor and con nncc In two, lour and six months, Oscar Manuel has gone to Paris to ducted themselves In a manner which with good notes. Klug's Mountain take n position on the K. C. II. K. as truly proved their respect for the majesty of tho law and further con Planing Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. fireman. L. M. Johnson sold to A. It. Mathcny tinued them In the eyes of all who know thetn as citizens of the highest ten 90 pound shoats at 'J cents. integrity and love of Justice. FOR'SALEI formed a partnership Ivln Butt has REAL SANITARY PLUMBING. The Advocates criticism of our re- T. N. Dutt In the saw J n,arks,t nnd endorsement of Judco with his father Small well niproxed farm outside Saves Its cost over and over ngvln In mill business in tnis section. Walker's performance of his duty" Herbert Uoone and little broUier In the particular case, looks llke a of town limits between Stanford and lessened doctor's bill. Hut you must of Somerset, have returned home after bold play to curry tavor with that of- - Rowland containing 25 acres good be sure that It is real. It isn't the a few days visit with their uncle T. tidal. That paper has worked over- house, out houses new barn fine white basin and nickeled pipes that M. Uoone. time It seems to us. In Its bouquet It Is the young orchard, water nt house and make sanitary plumbing. William Doane has a, severe case of tossing to the new Judge, but notwithway they are put together. Hate us typhoid feer. and his many friends standing its fulsome efforts, we hardly barn. Would make a good dairy or believe that It Is going to take all the truck farm for right man. the do your plumbing. Wc have ore uneasy about him. master commlsslonership I also have farm ot 104 acres ot un- "know how." There was never such a demand for away from the .Messenger, printing whose labor as at present filling silos, cut- editor Is a boyhood friend of the improved land situated on DIx river W. K. WARNER, ting corn, and tobacco, are all on the Judce. and county road. This land Is all In Stanford, Ky. tanners at once and titey are extremePhont 188. The politics of Judge. Walker had grass except 16 acres which Is In cultl ly busy. nothing to do with the Interior Jour- ration. This land will grow fine to William Anderson has got a new en- nal's remarks anent his action, and gine and a new cutting box, and he 'we bellete the Advocate knows us bacco or corn and has some fine Urn says filling silos Is Just like play. well enough to admit this. ber on it. Will sell cheap and make We would have suggested Just as terms to suit the purchaser or will LANCASTER, KY. The pleasant purgatjye effect exper- quickly to a democratic Judge, as to a trade for town property. BUYER OF For Infor' Chamberlain's republican, that the conduct of the ienced by all who us Messrs. Rankin throughout the whole mation write or call on mo at Row- All Kinds of Farm Produce Stomach and Liver Tablets, and the of the unfortunate affair certainly de- land Frank Cordler. Stanford Branch T. K. Tudor, M'g'r. healthy condition of the body an d served some better mark of recogmind which 'they create, makes one nition than that opc-- suspicion be cast WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: upon them and their friends by the ! 9c EKE feel Joyful Sold by Penny's Drug Stor flaunting of bayonets In their faces to c liens "protect" the prisoner .o Fryers Just how little our esteemed contemporary knows of the facts and. cir.. 12-- 3c E3 Turkeys cumstances ot the whole affair seems , Ducks ti 8c to be clearly indicated In Its statement ..&-5HRoosters, per lb that the officials of Lincoln county R. II. Cofley 'xrlJ--- ( E. R. Coleman SS .reiP' Hides per lb ...?c jW 0. L. fenny "spirited" the prisoner away to Lebac when the fact non for When you feel that you Feathers ..., Is that he was taken there solely becan hardly drag through LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN Walcause It was the order of Judge your daily work, and are EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. ker. and tired, discouraged Phone 1S3 We can pleate you. The Interior Journal has no quarrel miserable, take .Cardui, with Judge Walker on that or any It knows him as a the woman's tonic. score, however. good lawyer and Is confident that he Cardui is prepared for J.G. will bo a good judge, and will act for STIRRING TIMES. the purpose of helping sees it. What v:e are the best as he women to regain their Interested in right now Is seeing that we are having In tho building line. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. strength and health. the good name of Lincoln county is We carry a full line, of lime, plaster, Buyer of comNot by doping with o are a protected. e cement nnd everrthlng else needed All kinds of farm produce and ami strong drugs, but by the munity and when such splendid Ever) thing purchased paying today for: of It Is given as was furnished for building, gentle, tonic action, of by the Rankin brothers in this case, tere will be founi of the best quali- Hens 'J to 10c pure vegetable herbs. we do not Intend that their light shall ty and the best for intended purposes. be hid under a bushel, or smothered We will save you trouble and unnecw rJgcs B56 11 to such Springers by a soldiers blanket. It Is citizens as they that sary expense by sending to u for an Roasters 5 to 5 rormthe pillars of the republic. estimate. Take 12 to 13cj Turkeys.. TtoSc. Ducks The Xastnllle Tennessean, the J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. newspaper founded and edited by the 6 to 7c Hides The Woman's Tonic slain Senator CarnmcK, which has 15 to 43c Feathers Public Sale Just absorbed Its ancient rival, the Mrs. L N. Nicholson, American, the organ of the discreditMeal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chick- ed Patterson machine, Is supporting Mo., writes: of Shook, en Feed for tale or in exenange icr Col. Hooper, the Republican Fusion "Before 1 began to take Having bold our farm two miles Produce. candidate for Governor of Tennessee, Stanford, Kentucky. Cardui, I was unable .to and has been earning at the head of east of Crab Orchard,- on Dix River Phone 20. do any work. I have Newland farm, O. 1 Its editorial columns tho following known as the taken 5 bottles and have quotation from a speech by Governor we will offer for sale publicly on improved very much. I Patterson when he was fighting SenaThursday, October, 13, tor t'armack which has now returned can do the most of my described property following the to plig'io him: housework now. work mules, 1 pnlr of fouryear-ol- d "I would rather oto for a straight 1 work mare with "I can't say too much Republican than a crooked demo- 1 combined horse, for Cardui, it has done so foal by Jack, 1 brood mare with twin crat." Malcolm It. Patterson. Furniture and Undertaking. with foal by Jack, 1 mule1 much for me." And to this the Tennessenn adds mule colts old, 2 ErBflVB4''!aVBunBBmx2& horses, two years Day Phono 28. Your druggist sells Car-significantly by way of explaining Its . hurt,- - is vearllnc cnttle 1 support of Col. Hooper in preference dui. Get a bottle today. Night Phono 133. mt cow and two calves, 5 to Governor Patterson: hoss, 10 carSS!j "3 would tyc." rels" p7"corn, household nnd kitchen Stanford, KenturHy. furniture and other things too numer ous to mention. Terms given on day of sale. Bale Undertaker and Embalm-era- . begins at 10 o'clock, Col. M. II. Johnson, Auctioneer. Also Dealer in For. BOBBINS BROS. niture, Mattings, Rugs. They A LARGE 'COMMODIOUS THE ST. ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY We are In position to do all kind, of con. will exchange Furniture for orettnc, iueb a. II lock Work, 1'aremeDti BRICK BUILDING OF 25 ROOMS BESIDE8 THE KITCHEN AND BASEand. Id fact, we can make any thing from a all Kind of Stock. Give bou.e down to a fence po.t. We can .err MENT, ALSO TWO LARGE STORE ROOMS WITH BASEMENTS yon promptly and guarantee flr.t'ClaM Them a Call. Price Right. LOCATED IN STANFORD ON MAIN STREET IS FOR SALE work and material. Call and get our price. HAS A LARGE BARN ABOUT 100x72 HAS ABOUT 24 PRIVATELY. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY iwiurv juu uuj uur uiairnai at iea.it STALLS, LARGE LOFT AND LARGE SHED THE FULL LENGTH OF BroNicl The Fish and Shield Brand cv-- f ta-- 2 Slickers at $3 and $2.50 are known the world over as Water Proof Coats. THE ROVER, a medium weight Grey and Brown mixed covert coat is a very genteel coat indeed, and absolutely dry. It costs you only $5.50. Those Zephyr weight dressy rub ber coats have been vary hard to get this season owing to the great demand, but we havetnem at $5. CRAVENETTE COATS Our stock is too large to tell about. We have to show you. They are H. B. Northcott. beautiful patterns. Presto collars, long and stylish at any price from $10 to $25. You better look these over at your leisure. ... 10-ll- o t 4U "4 If i t I Ut i -- "en H. J. McRoberts. Ice Cream Soda Water 1 Can't Work e 3B3S3333SQS33j PWates f safe-keepin- $ 8 g el-denc- 2 CARDUI ivSlffl 2 urapc Juice g And a Large List ofGenuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, YOU CAN BUY; Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Coal; JBSBBBBBBBEESESSEESJ J,L.Beazley&Co., W.A.TRiBBLE, ,. d St Asaph Hotel For Sale oooooooooooooo CONCRETING !., CEN-TRAL- J. C. McCIary, Clean No Slack. i the KY- SOMEBODY. OR W. L. Me- - Office 'Phono 17 Homo "Phono 35 FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE L. R. HUGHES m CARTY THE TWO STORE ROOMS ALONE ARE PAYING GOOD INTEREST FOR SIX YEARS. New ON $6,000, AND ONE OF THEM IS LEASED A BIG BUSIDepot THE LEADING HOTEL OF THE TOWN AND DOING OF THIS PROPERTY 96. A FEW YEARS AGO THE HOLDERS NESS NOW ARE ON TIME. KENTUCKY. BOUGHT . AMONG THE LARGEST IN THE CITY. BARN. SERVANTS HOUSE LARGE COAL HOUSE THAT WILL HOLD THIS IS 600 OR 700 BUSHELS OF COAL, LARGE DOUBLE CRIB ETC. IN THE ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES OF PROPERTY STATE. IT IS A SPLENDID PLACE TO MAKE MONEY. WILL SELL AS A WHOLE OR SELL THE HOTEL PROPERTY AND KEEP THE STORE RCOMS. ALL THE FURNITURE IN HOTEL GOES WITH DEAL. THE OWNER OF THIS PROPERTY IS IN BAD HEALTH OR ELSE MONEY COULD NOT BUY IT. SHE HAS DECIDED THAT IT MUST GO IN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. IF YOU WANT IT YOU MU6T ACT QUICK. THIS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR Phone 11. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. - J. H. Baughman& Co. Fall An Harry Jacobs, prater In and Manufacture r of SEP-ARAT- E Wlnttr Suitings Marble and Cranlte Monu- Undertaker and STANFORD, Imiamor CARTER, B. D. Liven. TANFRD, Street, Phone THEIR-HOLDING- My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the bet on the market. I ran suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measuro is preterablo To havo to ready made clotlies. them made to measure doesn't cost any moro than ready Biade when quality and tit U eaaald.ee. Cam In and rv MwaMr L C Kafitj. Uk fmucal Tallor.S ments, When Hungry Carton's Meal, ' Marker, and Po.li .Oometerr and Law Offlce and work., Me Vaieaancl Kinney, Ky. Htti. HP, tt! , Ml CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Beit place lu aoTO iteilanrant Lancatter, Htr'eet Htanford, K. terved at al I boon up to II ;;p, k. wn for a good quick ,'1 .!!, meal. I can lurnl.htbe public with tbe twit, at well a. tbe trr.be.t of cut flowrr., plant, of (looking to tult our cuilotneriooripeclally Hplendld new Una of fancy all kind., bulb., potted Cower., on .bort notice. Alo make a .ieclalty ot wreath, Groccrlet. tor tor funeral purioe. In connection with tbe abore, 1 have all klnd.'.ol Tegetablt on band at rta.onable Uot Uonee,Handwlcb, pie iXBuUer milk and tweet milk, etc., at all time., Pr,e''01UUBTMAN GIIKEN 1IOUHEH. KU UUUHAHU, Htaufprd, Ky, Vbo. H.A.CARSON, Prp. v .,- -, iWUlit-Mt- '1 t.1 IM. WiiMtiiaTrrfflT r. J. ci" v 'lnweMaryoutbutldlugs and Una 100! Ur KellterUJ 111. rrtrsiu - 4 1 - r v, TUK8DAV, OCTOBER i, 1010. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. ST. 3 ' I TW -C ,w mm Indigo Blue Grey, Light, Red and Comfort Calicoes, at Not Over ' ... m. mtG Brown 'i 5cYd 12 Yards of one Pattern to a Customer. ki 1 rc t, We arc fishing for your trade with a vcrv 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. Cotton we cant promise any more after this At the high price of lot is sold. So If you secure any of these goods you must come at once. These arc all Fresh, New Goods, and they come in desirable patterns. Blue and Green Anron Check Ginghams at Not over lo Xards of one Pattern to a Customer. 5ci SEVERANCE & SON, Miss Mury Hlgglns was here from Somerset Sunday to see her brother, Dr. W 11. Hlgglns Mrs W, P (livens, who has been In llattle Creek, Mich, for the post two weeks, has returned home Mr J. K. Hruce has been quite III for several days at his home on Danville avenue but Is somewhat Improved today. Ensign Caswell Saufley, U. S. N, who ash been with relatives' 1n Stanford, lis now the guesot J.udge, E C. Mr. O'Hear and family Saufley Is leaving oon for a three Stanford, Keutucky. The tax books of Crab Orchard grad ed school aro now ready nnd taxes are due. Tho penalty will go on Nov. feeders, nice 1. Tho books will always bo Fcr Salt. 22 l,lC0-lat th ones. Dr. Hugh Held. office of tie Crab Orchard Hankin? Company. Miss Ophelia Lackey, For Sale Two second hand wagons Treasurer. co-and one wheat drill. Pence Uro s 6.I-- s r There ! a new lino of 25c box J. II Hnughman leaven tonight for' special values at rennjr'i Unit; a business trip to 8L lxiuls. Mrs K J Saddler, of Iincaster, Store. who has been the guest of Mrs. V II. Ollnnnon, has returned to her home. PERSONAL NOTES Mr. Hurdctto Powell of Hustonvllle, Is oil the sick list. Mils Mallnda Htono of I'nrls li the Miss Kathleen McKlnney, of Kuest of friends here tins been visiting friends hern Mr. H C. DrlKht. of Danville visited 1'rof. Walter O Hopper, of Ml friends hero Sunday. Sterling, spent Sunday with tho home-lolk- s Misses fluo and Hallle .Taylor Woods .here. of Htanford, lilted Mrs'Ixiftnn Woods Miss Sara M Dunn left this mornIn this city yesterday. Uanvlllq..Advo-cntc- . ing Jor Knoxvllle, to spend a week vlth her aunt, Mrs T. S. Webb From County Judge L W, llcthurum of thcro she will go to Jackson, Miss., to Rockcastle, one of the best officials In tench for n yenr. 'the State, was here on lenl business, Misses I.ucy and Ada Alcorn, or Saturday. Hustonvllle, spent Saturday here, the J. M. Lovall, of Lincoln county haa guests of Miss Annie McKlnney. been on visit to friends and relatives near Bchafter, Mr, Lovcll formerly llv Is Miss Molllo Lewis, of Turncrsvllte, visiting her cousins, Mrs J II . td in this county Somerset umes llaughman and Miss Jennie Mocker. l Hpoonamore, of Mound Mr. C The ladles' Aid Society of tho Hap-tuValley, Kansas nrrlvl Haturday to vis church will meet with Mrs Shel-to- n It his brother K. 8 8oonnmoro and 'Hnutley nt 30 o'clock Friday other relatls here afternoon. Fnycttu Decker who holds n nice Miss Etta Mueller has gone to Job In Fninklort, has lieon on a visit dlnnapolls, to take a coursu In tho norhomo mar Mclnnc) to hU old mal school for the training of tench-er- a Messrs. W II Wcaren, Homer Wrny for the deaf and It. T llnice are In Shelbyhvlllo Miss Annie Dunn left Monday for 1' meeting. K . Uils week attending tho Cedar Springs, 8. C, where she will Mrs. J. K. Clnunch of Somerset Is teach again this winter Mrs Sara J Hubbard, who has been tho fuest of her mother Mrs Jim Lynn. visiting her sister, Mrs. W. U Mcllee, to her home nt Richmond on Mr. and Mm. J E. Hruce have re-ltb Mis. Mcllee returned turned from HatUo Crwk Michigan iMontij both are very much Improved by their her and Is her guest. A ty there Le Ulvens, of Hubble, posedparty of Hustonvllle autolsts comof Mr. and McKee Hlrre and Miss Mary will entertain tho euchro club Thurs- .Mr. and T U. Carrenter, passed thro' day morning at 11 oclock. All mem hero 8unday in route to Crab Orchard SprltiRs bers are Invited to bo present 1! SHORT LOCAL NEWS b II taken pntlcntly and pnrtnlailr G'J-- 2 will relieve the most obstmAt' cscc ol indigestion, constlpatloirbrtdtDJoe bad Ih er no matter how long". lug. Thata what Hollfstefs. Mountain Tea will ds- - 35 cents, Te Roer "" 2 S or Tablets Shugara ft. Tannr.' YOUR 1910 CITY TAXES ARE NOW DUE. ALL PARTIES OWING ME 1908 AND 1909 TAXES MUST SETTLE AT ONCE OR I WILL TAKE B EXECUTION AOAINST THEM. 63-D. CARTER. months' cruise: In foreign waters Frankort News Mr. and Mrs Erneit Warren left Tniirsibiy morning lor New York City where they will spend tho next ten a.iys tnklng in the sights of the big town Mlddlosuoro .News Cothain says' Mr. nnd The Courier-Journa- l Mm. Albert 0 Kastland hnve Issued invitations to the marriage of their Lost, ladler.' coat on Lancaster pike, daughtfr. Addle Chrlstler, to Mr. Sam fnct,ini to this office and receive re- uel Caldwell wamer, on wcunesuuy Jwarj, evening. October l., nt a ociock iu their home 1)04 South First street Finn Uaughman, colored, of JuncMrs Marvin II Adnma left this tion City, was arrested here by Deputy morning for Ixlngton to Join her Sheriff W S Kmbry and taken to husband. They will mnke their home Danville nnd landed In Jail. He is In Lexington In the future. Danville chargtd with shooting a man from a window nt the colored church In JuncAdvocate. Mr. and Mrs Hryan Uarpenu-- r and tion City. , baby, of New Decatur, Ala., are the Insure your property in Kentucky's guests of Mr Carpenter's parents, own Henry Clay flro Insurance Com Mr. and Mrs. A W. (Jarpenter. Mr J. W. Hnyden, of Paris Is in pany. It. M. Newland Agent the "ity to attend n meeting of the Hrlck bouse and two For dlrectoia of tho Cumberland Valley arres Sale on of land Somerset street; nice Land Company. Mis Mary . Car-- ; is 'eslng this cottage on East Main street; house and a year In ihr School lor the Dtaf at Sill- - and 2.1 acres on East Main on Danbouse and five acres of land piiu., Oklahoma ville avenue. Apply to Harvey Helm. For pale privately my home on East Main Street. Mrs. L. U. Cook, Stanford, Kentucky. home-mad- e stomach tablets turn a weak stomach Into a htrong one iu n short time, stop Hour stomach and stomach misery in fiv.- mlnulet O L. l'tnny runmiiteen them Lirge box 50 cents Insure our property In Kentucky's own Henry Clay flro insurance Company. II. M Newland Agent. a - gM,& &&$$$ 00 SEE OUR LINE GF ' r' 0 0 O HEATING STOVES ETC. & '- 9 w. h. hi cams. Stanford, Kentucky. r: 00000 O 000 0000000000 000-gg-,- - Large Poland China boar; ring In nose. Notify M S. Baughcian, Kftray The Eureka Portrait Company has Just received a new line or mouldings and Is now prepared to frniDe pictures at half the usual price Finest line of moulding everprought to Stanford. Office opposlWcourt house, Lancaster y Street. On next Friday and Saturday, Sept. 30, 3, the Llpps slitters will show an fall and immense "ne of winter millinery, the largest ever shonn in Hustonvllle. Everybody Invited. Any person hnving old books, letters, mngazinei, ledgers or papers or any kind that they do not need, will assist In a good cause by donating them to the Presb terlan Aid Society. Apply to Mrs J. It. Paxton. Pres. mm cor-dlnl- Tonus Hen's Hats We Are Now ShowingAll-Tfie- ? Correct Shapes and Colors. W TV The County Hoard of Education of Lincoln county, Ky, will receive bids nt Its regular meeting, the second Monda iu October for new school houses .to le built nt McKlnney and MllledgevJlle. See G Singleton, chair man of fcaid board O. Singleton, chair 01-man, ). W. Hunn, secretnry 2 1 H W. E. PERKINS, the Uluo Crass Milton M'Cormlck, the lending pitchgames and lost :i during the season. His per cent was 8u0. He also batted J0J n splendid record. Mr McCormlck's many friends ) will bo glad to know that he Is convalescing from the attack of t? pruld lever which ho contracted Just before the close ot the baseball season The records ot League, show that of this cennty was er, having won 17 rap-lul- C I L R Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY' T. W. Humble T1- W. O. Martin kltA-- f ". U m.Lm I t j ?Tjitj injii.j .'T " 4 - T k """ 4'W"!"?!!1 " State Hank nnd Tiust Company has arrived nnd is being rapidly installed preparatory to tho opening ot the Institution next Saturday. Lee Hin has accepted a position as assistant bookkeeper in the Lincoln County National Hank. At a meeting of tho stockholders of the Danville fair. Col. W. P. Olv. rns was elected president to succeed 1. 11 Bright resigned Populnr Col. I. secretary, was M. Dunn George B. Hoblnson was elected vice president and Frederick Harris was trenBurer. Ten new directors were chosen, several Lincoln county men being so honored! J 11. Baugh-maJ. C Eubnnks, of Stanford; S. N. StlFnll, of Perry vllle, J. II. Uaughof man. of Atoka, W. T Robinson, Faulconer. and Richard Cobb, V. N. tiorahrt. F T Logan. L. P. Yandflll and A. E. Hundlev, of Bojle HOG RAISERS Aro The furniture or tr.e new- - W. ii ew uress -. Ms. Ujmvvji im i ip ..-.- -.. Copyright Halt behatfner U. Mj,k in our YOU'LL find here of good store "the greatest clothes: more first on earth" thoroughprize winners than anywhere else; all the high-clasbred styles; arid you can just as well take a first premium as not s, I fabrics, perfect tailoring; new styles, new coloring, new let us show you how well we can fit you in these perfect clothes. all-wo- ol Hart Schaffner & Marx Cummins & )our V head? hogs Xorth guarantee Hog Cholera 5 cenU per Remedy Bourbon Suits $17.50 ts $40. Overcoats$ 15 to $35.00 Wearen, MARX CLOTHES STANFORD, KENTUCKY. tmmmm ' THIS STORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER aKSulWST. to keep hogs healthy and freo from disease for 0 eenta per hcjad per Cholera, Kills cures month. It Worms, Stimulates tho Appetite, Aids Olgestion nnd causes hogs to fatten very rapidly. This remedy Is used and endorsed by leading bog raisers throughout the country Come Jn and let ub tell you about It. Sold by New Stanford Drug Co. We are showing a beautiful line of New Wool Goods' in black and colors, in the new diagonal weaves,Frencht serges, stripes and JBroad-clot- h. Also the newest and largr est assortment of trimmings we have ever shown in Braids, Persian bandteJ and buttons. Call and see us before buying. All--overs- . HUGHES, AARTIN STANFORD, & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes KENTUCKY K TfJt" w n mmm 'ii - . MMMt 4kWMflaMWNi HHHWWPIWS) V-. v- THE' STANFORD,- - kMNTtCKY INTERIOR' JOURNAL. TUK8DAY, OCTOnKtl 4. 1910, '. AUCTION. AUCTION. - TOWN LOT wi3 - i STANFORD, KENTUCKY. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 1 P. M; What N I others say: "The largest and most satisfactory lot sale ever had in Maryvilic; was the one conducted by Young's Development Co." Maryvillc, Tcnn. Enterprise. "Such sales as this arc Maryvillc Tertfi. Times. The Young's Development Co., have certainly made many warm friends in our town and community, and won the These gentlemen. beneficial to our town." "I find that every man who purchased esteem of the people generally: by their straight forwardness and business like manner of conducting their enterprise." Marengo, Ind., Odscrver. D.Leishhardt, cashier, Bank of Morcngo, Ind. "The people of Scottsburg can congratulate themselves for having these gentlemen, Young's Development Co., lots is perfectly satisfied." "I can heartily enter into the above statement. W. M. Whitson, cashier, Scott county bank. with them." John Hooker; cashier, Scottsburg, Ind., State Bank. Hence we arc now in Stanford. Wc We have operated in different states, and on account of selling strictly auction, we cannot afford to take the chances in any except the very best towns. Jiave never pulled off a "fake" sale nor refused to make a deed to any lojt sold. Neither do wc own a single lot in any town where we have held a sale. ! TERMS OF SALE: One third cash, balance in 6 and 12 months, with 6 per cent interest. per cent off for cash on deferred payments. These lots arc intended for white people only, and deeds made accordingly. Some valuable presents will be given away absolutely free No bidding nor buying necessary everybody on' the ground will have an equal chance. Five dollars in gold will be will be ..given to the party who buys the most lots regardless of price. A photograph will be taken of the crowd Wednesday. Special invitation to the ladies. Band music and a good time promised. This addition to the town of Stanford will be named for the party whose total purchases amount the most. The streets will be named respectively for the parties whose total purchases for lots Here is an chance to perpetuate your name. ' fronting any street amounts to the most. . I YOUNG'S DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, SAM T. YOUNG, THE FARMERS Glasgow, Kentucky. GEO. H. WALTON. r On account of teh Illnessof Mrs J J Spears, ill. Kpear Ilia postponed his sale-- to havo'bevn held at Moro-lan- d on Thursday, the date or the sale For Sale. 2 large steers and 15 cal-c- s will be announced' later Tho many J S. Moberly, McKinney. 6IH For Sale. Good cow with calf two friends ot the family will regret to weeks old. J. L. Jarris, IL F. D. No. 2. learn that Mrs. Spears Is In a ery PIaln nine-hol- e whcM drill, good as serious condition new.'for" sale cheap. V P. Iogan, Jersey FOR SALE Nice young Sale of Hustonville milk cow. J. S. Turpln, Stanford, Public Ky. 57-- The Crossett Shoe When it comes to dress wear, Crossett Shoes nrc what you want. Wc have every style, last and color. " ?M SOME REASONS WHY ,7 universal favor becomes evident. Tfo matter what style, whether shingling, lathinz, claw, hall or any o the score o( 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. nice tobacco sticks. Dr. Hugh Held, Stanrord. Let tue Insure your barns and W. A. Tribblc. Let It. M. Newland figure with you before placing your flrc Insurance. For Sale. A well Improved farm ot 20 acres, near ML Salem, household and kitchen furniture, stock, and farming tools. P. if. Woodson, Mt Salem, Ky. For Sale High grade Southdown ram Iambs. Fisher and Hentck crosses. Mrs. Mattle H. Ilewes, Moreland, For Fale 2,000 i'i-T- Property Wile Hat Ins other nronerty I In 1910 Huston- - will on Saturday Nov. Sth, two-stor- y Work sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVssssbbbV' study the "Unci" and the "Set" of the Diamond Edge Hatchet the reason for their If you Ky., R. R No 1, Box 49 Wanted To buy a place of 75 to 100 acres In Lincoln county, one hav ing lmproements. Address P. O. Box 65, Stanford, Ky. For Sale Two sows, 18 shoats, 60 stock bogs. John Cook, Stanford c For Sale A few thoroughbred Jersoy boag pig, April farrow, Du-ro1 FOR SAUE BY GEORG E H. FARRI3, STANFORD. KY. -- 3pviqvb Edge jsji QyujnrrPveDGS ' V If you have anything to cell in the M(M Take I IM to at Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Ho kuyiand sel s every day in the )car except bunuay. tiring on your stock. Bent market iu "j the State with plenty of best covered pent., outsido of Louiaville or Lexington xl and water STANFORD, KYt We also do a general hitch and focdbuuneu SssssssssssssssssvSiS ' PUBLIC SALE. It. C Allen or Hustonville. sold seven yearling cattle to O. S. Williams at M I V In the town ot Crab Orchard on Saturday. October 8th, 1910 1 will otfer jbt sale at public outcry the Dr. Price .aioro-rci- u and lot near the depot at 4:39 p. w. cash and the re- Vertaa One-hal- f jatAlader In one and two years. V -- J- - P.CHANDLKK. to rent for year 1 lull mv fiifm containing- about acres, situated on Hanging Kork about one mile from bridge on Danville and PUnfprd pike; about 0 acres tor corn, 16 acres 15 or 20 acres for wrsat, Bee meadow, balance In blue grass J. 11. Foster, who will show you the place Mrs. Jessie Stugg, tiStr. Phone Wire Cutters I wish 4 cents For Uent jtK FARM FOR SALCl miles west of bf KO acrqs iyng I wmi u vj cwswiuwuum rruivsura. rurf oeaineaa. u cftufted br aa laflamad coadlitoa ot Ina tllgn)and; a good cottage and out- - DcataeM lining ol tin LuiUthua Tub. Yata IliU mueoua 01104 or U talUme4 jaa bin a rumbling feouscs, barn etc., C fields fenced; tub tearing, ud vlwa II U atlrelT ckiMd. Vt-dto reoult. fn cultivation; plenty UUouout an4 taxami uoUm to InnanimatkM ran b jibout a5 acres tub iwbf4 to IU normal otiwater. Ileason 'for selling out not- out otbaarlnganwill t dntrorxl lornrrr ulna tun nlrh U nolMaf Uo cau4 bjr Catarrh. mucous aurtaraa, aa lnaml rooditkxi ot blo to work on farm. Price reafou- butWa will sua Oa UuodNd lb ol Pollara tor aaf (calu4 br catarablUiM .caUMt M ,cull . tr. br llall tatartb CMM. bVud lur clnulan. Toledo, JAS.A. KINO. 60 8. Sold Orualau.r tie. ClltNtV CO i br TtU 1UU Taoii ima tut coaatlpaUoo, 2 ouwU-lio- rtfc,' Deafness Cannot Be Cured loeal appUtallaM. a4 lhr cannot trh tht f ponan ol tut w. Ihrre U only on war w ana . - ui a Durham, Price reasonable. T. J. C9-- s Crab Orchard, Phone 13-- V4. For Sale. Nice fresh Jersey cow, bale, of No. I hav Ed Hubbard. Sale begins promptly at two o'clock. For Sale. 75 700 to 900 pound yearTerniB made known on day of sale W. A. For other particulars address by steers ling and phone or otherwise. shoats. A, D. S. CARPENTER. Hustonville, Ky. For Sale. 40 32-W Carpenter. Moreland. The administrator's sale of tfco property of the late H II McAninch Skin And Scalp Troubles Corn In Casey was largely attended sold at $2 60 per barrel hogs at 12 Yieid to Zemo. cents a pound and cattle at Ib.OJ per hundred iB. S. Powell and Sou liae sold two A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION splendid fillies by Almont Daro to FOR EXTERNAL USE. eastern parties for 1812. They will Penny's drug store Is so confident be shipped east the first of tho year At the sale of Matt Myers Saturday that ZKMO will rid the skin or txalp 2t0 anoth- of Infant or grown person of pim1 4 year old mule brought er of same age $150, yearling Hilly ples, blackheads dandrulf. ecrema horse ?8j, 210, 0110 thre year-olpoiV0 another Of prickly heat, rashes, hives, Ivy 1 three year old horse skin or same age $75. Milk cows brought 40 son or any other form of will give scalp eruption, that thoy to $50, 20 yearlings too pounds sold your money back If you are not enbrought for $3l.C0 per bead, hogs with tho results ob111.10 per hundred, farming Imple- tirely satisfied P. Chandler tained from ZEMO ments sold well. Col. J. The first application will give cried this good sale. Improvea prompt relief and show an James II. Baugbuian Is baring every Instance where s of ment and in splendid sale for tho live used penlstently, will destroy tho western horses and cattle which ho germ" life, Umvlng the skin Jn a clean Ho healthy coifdlttou. brought back with hlra last week. 1 no ahiur vnn nrnnf of some re has already disposed of 48 horses at to $205, among the buyers markable cures made by ZEMO and from H. I nAklnt . " being George Itoble, of Harrnrd, - -- .... uwn.ri, hor In give you a .1.. Will preserve the skin. Uaughman, Penny's Drug Holtzclaw, 8. H Adams, A. I. Caulder. Jone Uaughman Store and Thomas Ashley. It is In time ot sudden mishap or acHooth Thompson, or tlarrard, ha his salo which was adter. cident that Chamberlain's liniment called off th place J , hang soiu nis hm can be rolled upon to takecannot Used In tho s of tho family doctor, wild prlvutely bo found at tlo niomenL Then 250 acres For llitiL My placo of Chamberlains Liniment Is, it Is ror 1911 50 asrt.6 of torn, iO ucrcs nover that found wanting In casese of iiieadiw, fro wheat, CO itcres In and bruises. George sprains, cuts, wounds Mrs for grailng. Chamberlain's Liniment takes out tho Logan Stanford, Ky soreness and drives away tho pain Sold by 0, L. Penny two-hors- e 61-t- r. d 62-2d 2 car-load.-. . T o- sell the following descrlbtnl real estate JflHiflHHHHHsilHHHllHaHiHLflHLMHHsHH One frame house, with IS rooms, arranged so that two families can Ihe In It; two back yards; one, extra nice vacant building lot; one bam, a good extra large lUory bam, 2 large sheds; 2 lasting wells; one back lot This property is well fenced and In good repair; has all outbuildings neccs And medium weight. We have sary and Is situated on Main and Col lege streets, one square from very line a line, the best made from hand ( graded school; one square from the sewed to a machine made We Christian church; one square from, liaptlst church and two squares from have the Inpestructablc Shoe Fresh) terlan church, and Is in a splendid neighborhood for the farm that we absolutely 1 will also sell one Curtis & Held Blass-fron- t carriage, as good na new; guarantee. If not good, money two good high wheel sulkies; two refundeq or a new pair. Ask drhlng cart; phaetons, one one Hancock disc plow and GOO or v'uo two-ttory Shoes your neighbor. BL;!' "' SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. I" j r! SCHOOL SHOES ( Bny your Children's School Shoes from L. LvSande?rs and e J a nice School Box with each pair. ibj 1 nl-u- L. L. SANDERS, jCrab Orchard. Kentucky. fcsjswsnsss