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Digital page images are linked to the text file. bS I t THE INTERIOR JODRNALujjI VOLUME XXXVJL STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 7th 1910 10 44- I l t II 1 Little Dan Cupid Had a Merry Merry Time in The Community This Week f PROMINENT YOUNG COUPLE QUIETLY WED ALBERT B FLORENCE AND MISS SARAH BAUGHMAN MARRY WEDNESDAY EVENING ofiChristian church on Wedncudny night Air Albert IJ Florence nut Miss Sum D rau hnan were married and Im mediately left for Knoxvlllo to upend their honey moon nt tho Appalachian Kx position Tho popular couple had kept well their secret of the limo of tho uiip tlnl though It had leaked out that they were soon to occur Tho only attendants at tho wedding were leo n Florence brother of tho groom and MlM Elizabeth Uaughman slitcr of I the brIde Tho Bride wore a btcoin ins tailormade suit of blue with tray cling bat to match and was very at I tractive She is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs M S Uaughman and flow more popular young ladle have over married In Lincoln county Of I bright rod happy disposition she has tie rare capacity to make frlende I join in cougralulatlons to the groom wherever she goes and everyone will upon winning of such an Ideal holly meet Mr Florence Is one of the most prominent young men In Stanford be- Ing Mayor of the city and Assistant Postmaster He is the oldest son of Mr and Mrs J C Florence and Is popular with everyone Upon their return home Sunday i evening tho bridal pair will go to nouHekeeplng In a cottage on east I1Brodhead I Worn and tobacco cutting U about ovr wheat towing has begun hilt btw gun In earnest and judging from the Amount ot fcrtlllicm that hu been hauled from this place a large acreage be sown llthe County Convention of the I Intfirnallonal Sunday School Union held at its chappel last Sunday Mr Burdette Chestnut orHlatt was elected president ito W G Flab of Mt Vernon Vice Prctidenx and socretaryfMcClary of Stanford conducted tho tUMiral services of Mrs FrancUco fast Monday l W J Vaughn of LouUa Ky Stain I worker for tho International Sundays Tvtetrtlng lecture here Sunday night I I subject Will I Bo lIned When I Die fortcouno In dentistry We expect him w return to up a genuine full fledged i tooth fixer j The 6lh Sunday meeting of the Executive Board of tbe Rockcastlu Baptist Association will jllkely meet at Ml Vernon on tho 5th jBunday In this month- I to Mr and Mr William FKt n ten pound boy Mr Mary AlbrlphtMr M K Wllmott Miss Helen gayer and Miss Clyde Wllmott are in Kmoxvllle this week Fred Uur ham bookkeeiier for W J Sparks Co- N moved hid family to Mt Vernon 4 falteii roots at tbo Mt Vernon- hotel Brak Durham Is working In lr the telegraph office for a few nights At Mt Vernon Mr Cella Turpln Is iwith rolatlvee at Hazel Patch thls- 71eek W H Tucker who has been nick for a long tlmo wns able to re tpttnu work with the bridge carpenters t bf the railroad Monday r Ed Wil llama and wife of Junction City are with relatives hero Mrs Bllllo Wll lame ot Junction City is visiting her jtavgbter Mr Charles Lyons here this l e k Iia aw Parker of Itocky itoant Va Is hero with her daughter Mrs Dr Gravely this week Misses 5jiaa and Lela Albright Randa Tate pasta Basle fable wore visiting friends iftIt Vernon flat of week t N TO THE PUBLIC h U is with plensure that I recom gittd Jesse D Wearen The JniurM Wce Ky to tho Insur Iptc pubikefer tho very prompt and liberal settlement of loss by fire to wh storeroom at Rowland Ky that occurred lat Sunday morning Oct2 1910 Signed J O Napier OR MORE THAN THREE DE CADESITar has been a favorite for coughs cold andltdsad Tanner I PayneBronaugh 10PROMINENT EAST END COUPLE WED IN LANCASTER County Clerk George 11 Cooper sled license to It H Brojiaugh JrI and Miss Elizabeth Payne both of Crab Orchard to wed and tho popular young couple were made man and wife at Lancaster on Thursday Their epee were given to tho clerk nt 22 and 19 respectively Mr Bronaugh U n son and namesake I of Col R 11 Bronaugh one of I tho most substantial citizens of the East End of tho county He le very popular In the younger circles and has the hearty congratulations of every one upon winning such n bonnle bride for the former Miss Pnynn line been rifle of Iho belles of that section end Is counted very beautiful and attrac II vo Tobacco Brings 1391 AT SALE OF POOLED CROP IN LEXINGTON MARKET Lexington Oct 6The widely advertised auction sale of tho tobacco In tho Hurley Societys pool of 1VOU began herb Thursday afternoon and 746 hogsheads were sold before the day was done nt prices ranging from = 9 to J1CV5 the total vales averaging 1891 The sale will bo resumed tomorrow morning end continued until It is either stopped by the order of the societys olllclals or all of the pool Is sold The avenge irioo realized was probably disappointing to the society as It was more than 4 cents lose than tbe average of 18 cents nt which the tobacco In this pool was otilrlally pric ed when offered at private sale Aug 16 tho Ulglieit price realized todaf Fits but 18 14 cents not much higher than the average price which the society olllclaU had estimated all br should bring Them were about r broker nnd representatives of Independent lunu- facturen attendance at the sale and the bidding up to a limited price was brisk and iplrlted An ominous fact however Will that the American Tobacco Company whets handles most ot the burley tobacco produced in this country had apparently no repro iuUUV9 at the sale sent no bid and so far as could be told by the indications Intends to completely Ig nova the sale The society claim to have 120000 hogsheads In Its 1909 pool of which it announced It sold last August 1300 CatollfdofTherefore It now bas on hand to disposed ot at this sale 118COO hogs heads Mrs Walter Vanardtle of Boyle its the guest of her parents Mr sad If 11 Camnlltat HutonvIIIe- Kev J T Hosklns who Is now located at Louisville pent several days here this week William McKechnle of Hubble Is in Montlccllo for a visit to relatives Mill Berta Jean Penny one of Stanford charming young daughters spent the day with Danville friends YesterdayAdvocateMessrs Jones Uaughman have rantracled for tbe building or a large tobacco warehouse In Moreland winch is rented to a Louisville tobac co company which will buy tobacco there this winter Dog Falltt IN TWO CANSNE KILLING CASES BEFORE JUDGE BAILEY dogcasesJamcM P Bailey this wetk In tho flat case TIpton Sims of Kings Moun thin sued Arthur Murphy for 50 for killing his dog and Judge Bailey hand ed down a judgment In favor of the defendant Murphy It being shown that canine was running at large and proving very much of a nuisance at Murplu s homo A Jury was called for to hear the caio of William LaYr marshal of Kustonvlllo against Mr Drown of tbe same city who was charged with bav lug slain one of the maral tls fine bloodhounds Tho jury gave Lair a yerdlct for 50 less Lis for chickens belonging to Brown which the dog was alleged to have killed It was shown In this case that the d5g was ort Brown property having jumptd over Into the cemetery when he was shot Under the dog law now on tto statute books a canine U valuable property being lUxabe and one can not be slain with Impunity WORSE THAN BULLETS Bullets have often caused less our forlng to soldiers than eczema L W Harrlnlan Burlington Me got in tho army nnd suffered with forty years Rut UucklenS Arnica Salve cured me when nil also failed he writes Great eat healer for sores Ulcers Rolls Burns Cuts Wounds Bruises and Plies 23 cents at Pennys Drug Store P Many More Marriages TWELVE YOUNG HEARTS MADE HAPPY RECENTLY BlntrloIof this county were united In mar rlnhe They have a great many friends who will wish them much hap piness OIny West a young Lincoln coun ty farmer and Miss Myrtle Holing of Pulaskl were married by Mr Sluglo ton at tho courthouse utter they had secured license from the county clerk f8Mnnd Mlsi Mi t Wit cror aged I wore marrl to ut the home of Iste4- W11Clc ou Sopt 2Vnanrf will iiinke tb4li b9oa In liilniit iiinty A young Casey county couple WII Mara Wealhcrford aged 19 and Mnry Jett aged 18 t cureit licence hero nnd were made man rind wile at the home of the brldo at Elllsburg John T Brackett aged 21 an Miss Esther Yocuii aged 18 were granted license and united In wedlocks holy bonds at tho homo of icorge Llnthl cum on Oct 1 Many congratulations were extended tills popular pair Clay Russell of Moreland and Miss Motile McBce were granted license hero nod Rev lIurko performed the ceremony which made them man and wile on Saturday Oct 1 in the press once of friends and relatives until their ages wero given ns 20 enNI Last of Her Generation MISS MARY PEPPLES PASSES AWAYDIED IN ORDER OF THEIR BIRTH Miss Nary Popples aged 81 years died at her home in the country last Friday Sept 20 and was laid to rest on Saturday In the Goshen cemetery after services by Rev J 0 Livings ton Ills Pepples was the last sure vivor of a generation of u remarkable family She was the eighth child and youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs hiram Pepples and 1 very peculiar feature about the death of the chll dren of this prominent and respected couple was that their death occurred In order ot their births Miss Mary be log the youngest and the last to passover the river All of the family were very long lived The father living to the ripe age of 93 while the mother lived to 63 None of thb children died under 75 years The the names of tbe children and the dates of thlr birth and deaths Rally J Boll born June 2816 died Jan 22 1902 Betsy Ann Spoona more born 1816 died 1892 William Peppleo born 1817 died 89 Ma lluda Pepples born 1831 died 1897 John Pepples born 1823 died 1899 James born 1826 died 19071 David Pepples born 18l8 died TJQ9 and Mary Puppies born 1830 died 1910 Hiram Peppfe the rather of this fimlly fought In the war of 1812 In Col Shelbys regiment and was cap tured and forced to run tho gauntlet by the Indians and was severely wounded His descendants are among the best known citizens In this part of the State and noted for their Indus try and hospitality Mrs Mary JSpears DIES AT MORELAND AFTER LONG ILLNESS yrs Mary J 1pnre wire of Mr J J Spears of Moreland and one of the best known women in the West Knd died Itt her huts Tuesday alter noon She had been ill for three yenta from heart dlartise Mrs Spun was a most excellent Chris tian lady and had been o member of the Christian church for many years Tho burial was in tho Hustonvlllo ctnuelory Tuesday morning at 1030 oclock Deceased was In the 73d year ol her age She Is survived by her husband Mr J J Spears and six childrenMrs S T Carpenter ot- HustonVlU Mr T W Spears Miss Flitinle SpearsIra T D Best and Mr Joseph J Spears ot Moreland and Mrs 11 J Cooper of Nicholas vllle THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE Home and farm one full year repu tar price SOc tUncld Remu Home Magazine regu lar price 100 Good Housekeeper full year rogue tar price 150 Te Evening Post dally 3 months 125 The Inlerlor Journal your home paper full year 5100 Here you have a value of 525 All for 200 for a short time only Send or bring your order In at once tc The Interior Journal Stanford Ky This offer is not good where the Evening Past has an agent TerryRaney POPULAR YOUN COUPLE MARRY AT NEALS CREEK MRl1noatNealsWednnstriy evening at 7 oclock Rev j J J Dlckoy officiating A goodly com pony ot neighbors and friends witness afterthochurch nearby where the officiating MrItaneywhile the bride U pne of most estl nalln and popular young ladles of Hustonvillel Mr Charles Wheeler and wife and Miss Bessie Worthington and HeIC R Blaine of our city motored down to Louisville one day last week After shopping there the afternoon and following morning they returned home by another route and all the trip mado In Mr Wheelers now automobile with out a minute stop for repairs or other trouble Services will be held at tile Presby itSillbath morning Sabbath school ten d clock Cary R Blaln pastor All In vlted i Work on tho new schoolhouse near Mat Reynolds residence is progress Ing and the building will be ready for occupancy within a week or ten days Driving along highway a few days I since when crisp temperature nndI absence of wraps suggested arctic re i gions and animals like polar bears I that were never caught without their overcoats we suddenly looped up for a moment and supposed we had come to the flagstaff that Dr Cook planted at the north pole to be dls illusioned on nearer approach observe ing a fence rail thrust In a hole In tne nlddlo of lee roil Hot U duuper sg nah Further ann another nidlelit of center of road and a Ithilld blotto In by Horlons interfiling outfit and another neap thin Pipes and Bell I one badly needing repair These things suggest that the ojftunty road superin tendent shout I r busy or negligence promises doma lj suits in ul amount rsr P Rifle of Hrlanger la visit ing relatives lerv Miss Anno Runoy Dunn has returwi home lron a de lightful three weeks vfiit with Mrs Dan Tray lor and other frlitoa be tween Stinforil tend Crab rrlMrd At 830 1 M there Is a planet tlri ble In the north east horlxen at about 10 degrees higher that U more remarkable than Halleya comet Its rapid movements seem to be up and down back and forward nmi from right tq left and during these evolutions It Jhrowg yolume of assorted colors off bodyThe J superstition that lightning never strikes twice in the samo place Is shattered not only by the clay statue at Lexington but by a paitlcu lar locust tree In a row near James Hustons on Danville pike About ono month ago Mr Huston saw a horse staggered by the shock and barely able to maintain his footing though not seriously hurt Limbs from same tree Indicated another stroke the first succeeding storm Being disabled for life lately I anxious to sell my two hundred acreI tarn at a very low price to make a julep aatc Situated in a very desir able locality close to cburcKes school and store with a new nine room metal roof dwelling Large metal roof toI bacco barn tenant houses stock barns els splendidly fenced For price and terms to suit the most economical ad dress at once P 0 Box 182 Huston vllle Xv 632 Corn cutting has begun In earnest with a good acreage and yield Tho I large tobacco crop Is housed In fine shape and the prospects for a good price are quite CIaUerlngIClayton Alcorn Gilbert of Middles boro Mo is here visiting his kinfolks and In Stanford He left this county 60 years ago and In surprised at the progress made during these several decades AJorolona our railroad suburb lies two telegraph operators named Fllnchein and Grouse In the employ of the Cincinnati Southern It is known to all men around this place that whiskey Is being sold promiscuously defiantly and boldly Our trustees could suppress this lawless tratric in ono day If they would There will bo Indictments enough returned at our next circuit court to keep the parties in Jail for the next five years The evidence is dally accumulating and will be presented at the proper time r RobertsSpoonamore POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE WED AT KNOXVILLE t Mr Sam M Spoouamorc of tills place nnd Miss Oillo Mae Roberts of Junction City surprised their many Tuesdayherewed locks holy bonds that evening at 730 at the home o Rev J W Waller DeptlstTho bride a da ghter of Mr and Mrs Hiram Rober s Is highly cultured pretty and po ulur while she Is richly endowed with that sweet and lovable dlsposltlonfso loved by alt The groom a son of Mr and Mrs 8 Spoonamorejls a bright capable and energetic young man for honesty truthfulness and uprightness of charac ter he has no peer and holds very worthy tfehonor of tho womans art he won After spending a few days at the Appalachian Exposition they will return to Stanford where the will reside at the home of the grooms par ents for the present All Records Broken ATTENDANCE AT CITY SCHOOL 3TILL GROWSHONOR ROLL AnnouncedProf J W Ireland has the Honor Roll of the City Scnool for nrst month of the fall term The aver attendance of the school Is Ml pupils a day breaking all previous records and this promises to be thA banner year of the best public school la Iho state The September honor roll s na follows Primary Viola Elmore Willie Slur phy Adelaide Proctor Lelia Cook Raney Grade Llauys Arnold Katherine Brauy Oscar Dalley Josephine Gooch Mattie Klncald Isabel Warren a ar garet Pettus Urade II Marie Powell Margaret Shanks Eftle Farmer Joe Grimes Geo P Fanisnrade JUFmnk Cordier Mary Hill Carman Walker Hubble Jante Hocker Morris Jackson Sophie Saunders I John D White Grade IV Tllden Cooper John Reid McKnney Annette Wearen I Grade Hobart Arnold Lottie Brlgnt Anna V Craig Leon Davis prances Benne Good Morris IorsbonlStolthGrade VIJean Paxton Malay Grimes Mary Jarvis Emily Murphy Lcttte U McKlnnuy Elsa Rlgnty Hart well Shand Joe T Embry Grace Napier Clinton Coleman Ethel Powell Shah Hundley Martha Raney Adelln ussell Isabel Reynold Grace Hurst Sun nul tirade 1hIJames TrIbble Maud Arnold Bessie Moore Selma Routon Efle Ware Grade VIII Mary Shepherd Cook Sallle M Crang nunaD McRoberts SingletonFreshman Robert Carter Sophomore ClassHarry Relnhart Senior Class Sallle Burdette Eliza both Jllgglus Joseph Hopper wru PUBLIC SALE I will selLatmy place tine and half miles from Crab Orchard on the Stanford pike on Tuesday October 11th 1 milk cow 3 good work horses 1 2horse wagon 1 buckboard and liar nessI set of wagon harness almost now 1 cultivator 1 turning plow Lot more farming Implements good hay frame about 1C acres of corn In field 475 bales of good hay lot of household and kitchen furniture Sale begins promptly at 10 A M Terms given on day of sale Col J P Chandler uucUoneer JOHN M COLSON A GENEROUS AND CHARITABLE WISH- I wish all might know ol the hone fit I received from your Foleys Kidney remedy says I N Regan Far mer Mo Ills kidneys and bladder gave him so much pain misery and annoyance be could not work nor sleep He says Foleys Kidney liens dy completely cured him Shugars and Tanner S 1 Public Sale Having sold my place 1 will on Thursday October 13th at 10 A M three miles from Stanford on the Danville pike sell the following described property 1 good mare mule eight yctirs old 1 six year old combined mare with mule colt at side 1 two year old half shetftnd pcjvy hrokE to ride and drive 2 Jersey cows and two suckling calevs 2 yearling Jersey hollers a few meat hogs also tour 60 pound ahoats household and kitchen furniture some tell onions a tow dozen chickens J B BRYAN d MERRY CHASE FOR t YOUNG ELOPERS J WALTER DUNN AND MISS CARO LINE LOGAN STEAL A MARCH ON FRIENDS Walter Dunn of Danville and Miss Caroline Logan of Seattle Wash were married In Jelllco Tenn Wed nesday alter a most romantic elope wlrobytreeTheyalter an exciting cause front London bythevent tho elopement SUuughmanknown here having come hero verye demonstrations he Is agent in this section The bride wortf1suo0niece of Col Davd Logan of Danville formerlyA dispatch from London to the city papers Wcduesdnymornfng told of the as follows waytoter Dunn tho 20year old son of Col I 11 Dunn of Danville Ky one of the wealthiest and most prominent business men of Boyle County and pretty Miss Caroline Logan a young woman of wealthy Seattle Wash parents were taken from a Louisville and Nashville train here this afternoon by Chief of Police lieorge W Marcum and detained for nbout three hours The pretty fac0 and sparkling die monds worn by the girl attracted a crowd of curious spectators at thoI Catching Hotel here they had been taken by the offlc sr A telephone wes sage from the ch cf of police at Dan ville at the last nee of Dave Logan the uncle and g tardlan of the caused their acre tjEnough to Drl ea Judge or Jury were the appeals of the sweetfaced girl for Q way out of their predicament The young UlAn I began negotiating with attorneys and the county judge with a view to instituting habeas cor E pus proceedings tot obtain their release From custody but such a course wasrunnecessary for tne heart of the good natured chief bad already been reach ed by the maiden and the Intercession of her score or lore of new made Friends among the natives Free advice can a from all sides and soon it was decided that they should be taken In a carriage through the country safely ver the Tennessee border at Jelllco 4 miles away Volunteers to pll t and guard them over the rough d rk mountain roadttwere not hard to fl id and Frank Ifn and Lavolck Th mpson were quietly selected The p rty left London at five oclock this owning expecUng to travel all night Dave Logan and Frank Logan uncles and other relatives of the young oman are making Irantlc efforts to hove her apprehend ed and held I At Corbln and omer points which the party must pass they will doubtless be sought by sfeuths anxious to take In the rich rewa d offered by the uncles The two guards however are known all over Eeatern Kentucky for their daring and bravery aud they declare that the youthful najr shall not be molested until they are landed safely over the Tennessee border Miss Logan Is very wealthy having more than 100000 held in trust for her She resides most of tho time In I Seattle butt has spent the summer with relatives at Danville where she tins been a great favorite insociety circles Charles Cecil the well known young capitalist and partner with Col Dunn In the automobile business drove the eloping couple In his touting car from Danville to Richmond where they boarded a southbound Louisville fc Nashville train CAPT BOGARDUS AGAIN HITS + THE BULLS EYE This world famous rifle shot holds the championship record of 100 pigeons In 100 consecutive shots llliving nt Lincoln III Recently inter vlewo he sayst suffered a long time with kidney an bladder trouble and used several wellknown kidney medicines all of which gave no relief until I started taking Fo ey s Kid ney Pills Before I used Foleys Kid ney Pills I had severe backaches and with suppression and the arisingmorng In aches Now I have ties of Folcya Kidney Pills and feel IOU per cent better I am never both ered Iwth my kidneys or bladder and ngaln feel like my own self Shugars und Tanner K F asTHESTANFORD KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY OCTOBER 7th 1910 L if y The State Bankrt v Trust Company f vii li4 Cordially Invites You to Call on V Saturlay5 Qctoher4 8wl 10TT f H L v On the Occasion of Its v J 1 iJ I J RMALI OfENiNca a- A j 1 t1r STANFORD KENTUCKY f I iA Jj I I t i j1 J u I FRIDAY OCTOBER 7th 1110rIlL u KY Everybody ks For 7- J ii J r I 1 i I cJ Y I i a t J Ii 1 e J jJ jj HI I f r t a- a a f iol J I 1 l- M bargainstWig f fhdonthavei i + f t1 REASONABLE PRICE4x1c = tile have a full line of t nieft arid boys clothingYg wa l w431p V suit the customers I Be sure to look at J 1 our overcoats anl hats we have fI e newest colors and styles in fall hats for both men and boys J L f IIi oOQoo i liQiliII I GH OaihIHilili ttf t t9illili ilillIl1lillilil ilflJtilHO iIICOur line of Coat Sweaters is complete We can fit Men Women r4 and Children in any f a big lot of Outing Cloth the best cloth on the price Sweater they want Wer Ladiesandend wool scarfs facinators gloves belts collars woolen dress goods ginghams a nice line of silk b beat Men our stock of shIrts collars and tIes are Just what waistings Our line of underwear Cant Fall and want you to lookat our line of shoes before you buy diTrline of dressshoe7in7U iaVC to buy shoes tIrisM t 6 l Can be bought elsewhereLookX50 dozen Overalls at a sacrifice price for one day only buy from our store l t STURDBYO61i5tflff Yard wide per on earth for the We will sell day yardhmoney this cotton at this p i eone f K school V tablets pencils and ink We will sell OI shoes you buy at thIs place We have lots of iyou the best 5c tablet ever made for 3c each Always lookwhen you come to town We carry the nrost complete line ofcandy in Crab Orchard at our candyu GROCERIESSomething everybody has to youmoney+a Gcn t SATURDAY O T 15 W wIlt pay the highest for c Everybody come We will give every customer a souvenir thatVisits our store oiTOct 15 j Yours For Tradeiq 1LtlIlMtlICiA IIu LLflat H 4 I E 1 J a 7 t J I I4 41 Id Mi j i- Mv0RABI ORCHARD KY M I TI 4 OCTOHBR 7th Z THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALFMrnA Pleasant Point Rev Coker filled til appointment at the Baptist church Sunday In the at iernoon one convert was baptized by j him Elias Harmon sold to V S Uillllam j a house and lot at Kings Mountain for = gMt 1 Al D Wall bought of Rev Single ton a cow at a good price 4Jacob Nance sold a nice shoat to Dan ester for 1G- I Miss Eliza Sims is very HI at her borne near Parlor Grove Little Clarence Jacobs Is suffeln with throat trouble + I Howard Sweeney 8lr posed i Jacob Nance Wlllldm band Peter I Ccndor will theirwifesrwere visit Ing R Jtarraou Sunday Hulun Carrier and wife visited Mr and Mrs D Baxter at Eubanks lastI weekMr and Mrs Victor Gilllland spent I Sunday with his parents in Pulaski I j Mrs Green Carrier and little sons l ogre with Mrs Benjamin Hutchinson ty to fob a few days Mrs Myra Thome or- Cynthlana is visiting the family of E I ft T Long Charles Dunnlngton is also 11apleasant visitor here A member t 1ourpeople contemplate going to therlearned Rev Godbey lecture 1 G W Ellison has rented his store building which is nearing completion itoHugh Jacobs He will keep a full l line of groceries Mrs James Gooch and daughterI Era Jennie Ealy were visiting Mrsl E U Gllliland last week I tWC Alford and son are preparing a new residenceI t Hogue who has been work il rhigatEubanks spent a few days with i homefolks here- Ilradley IbC salesman for the Louis Works was hero last tvUleVlnegar L Hensley continues1 tv ill Mrs William Jenkins who been suffering for some time is hihasexpected to recover Padgett bought of Fred Gooch mule and sold same to James 1Bunch for a good profit t Mrs E Harmon Invites the ladles to call an see her millinery which includes some of the newest New York j jandParisian styles Public Sale w f Having sold my faun 1 will on October 12 1910 1Wednesday Marcellus on Fisher pike sell pall mare mules 6 7 111fFord old J5 31 hand high weight i 2400 pounds 2 pair mare mules year f lings 15 34 hands high good ones J 1 pair horse mules 5 years old 1iI hands 1 pair of Horses 4 years old a 11 pair horses 6 years old 1 pair horses 2 years old 1 saddle mare and t1 colt by Outline one brood mate and colt 2S fat hogs from 200 to 300 pounds 4 sows and pigs good ones i 1 Duroc 225 pound bout 21 yearling rattle 2 parse wagons 2 hay frames 2 Superior drills 11110wer1 self binder 2 large push rakes 1 dump rako 1 hay press 2 No1 tarpaulins 1 buckdoard 3 sets of buggy harness 1FrazIer road cart and Harness and complete set of farming tools of every description All the farming tools are practically new 50 shoots CO pounds and 6 brood sows Dinner will be served on the grounds G C ROSS Marcellus Ky I M Dunn Auct I IT BEATS ALL I This Is quoted from a letter of M nnnlbal AIo I recently 1used Foleya Honey and Tar for the first time To say I am pleased does not half express my feelings It beats all the remedies 1 ever used I con traded a bad cold and wus threatened with pneumonia The first dose gave great relief and one bottle completely cured me1 Contains no opiates Shugars and Tanner I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872- i VERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At iI Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEYPubllher Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford Ky as Second Class mall POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS JudgeTheauthorize tp announce Charles A Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist at the election tq be held November 1911 8U t to the action of tho Demo The only gains made by republicans this MIso far as we have noticed have been at a point where they wont do much good In helping the G O P retain control ot Congress Dis patches say the Republicans have overturned the monarchy in Portugal chasedthe beingpreventspublicans aligning themselves against established monopoly and waging war upon the classes regular DemocratsThe of Ten StatesSenatoror against the independentrepublican hopIngtheir potency once more to hold Ten nessee true to her first love to Kings Mountain Jack frost is expected early this ustineIsIthwereItnMiss Ethel Lee Is visiting in the city this week Little Marie Caldwell Is on the sick list Miss Ottle Walls and mother were In the city Sunday WarneburggirlColonel Gooch wife and children are visiting their cousin at Lexington and Danville Mr Bud Gooch spent Sunday with his wife and son here Master Stanley Falconbury Is on the sick list Born to the wife of George tiatnes a fine boy Mr and Mrs Wick Caldell were with his mother at Waynesburg Sun day Air Nelson Goocch and family of this place have moved to Danville Air and MM Luther Floyd taomoved to Indiana ALL MY PIMPLES GONE Girl Tells How a Blotchy Skin Was Cleansed by a Simple ash 1 was ashamed of my face writes Miss Minnie Pickard of Altamahaw N C It Il of pimples and scars but after D D D Pre scription I can dhat now there Li no sign of that eczema and that was three years ago D D D has become so famous as a cure and Instant relief In eczema and all other serious skin diseases that Its value is sometimes overlooked In clearing up rash pimples blackheads and all other minor forms of skin im puritiesThe fuct is that while D D D Is so penetrating that it strikes to the very root of Eczema or any other serIous trouble the soothing oil of Wintergreen Thymol and other In gredlents are so carefully compound ed there Is no wash for the skin made that can compare with thisgreat household remedy for every kind of SKTITtrouble r D D D is pleasant to usaperfect ly harmless to the most delicate skin and absolutely reliable A 25 cent bottle will give you positive proof of the wonderful effectiveness of This great remedy Shugars and Tanner St Asaph Hotel For Sale H H H ST ASAPH HOTEL PROPERTY A LARGE COMMODIOUS BRICKBUUDING OF 25 ROOMS BESIDES THE KITCHEN AND BASE MENT ALSO TWO LARGE STORE ROOMS WITH BASEMENTS CEN TRALY LOCATED IN STANFORD ON MAIN STREET IS FOR SALE PRIVATELY HAS A LARGE BARN ABOUT 100x72 HAS ABOUT 24 STALLS LARGE LOFT AND LARGE SHED THE FULL LENGTH OF BARN SERVANTS HOUSE LARGE COAL HOUSE THAT WILL HOLD 600 OR 700 BUSHELS OF COAL LARGE DOUBLE CRIB ETC THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES OF PROPERTY IN THE STATE IT IS A SPLENDID PLACE TO MAKE MONEY WILL SELL AS A WHOLE OR SELL THE HOTEL PROPERTY SEP ARATE AND KEEP THE STORE RCOMS ALL THE FURNITURE IN THE HOTEL GOES WITH DEAL THE OWNER OF THIS PROPERTY IS IN BAD HEALTH OR ELSE MONEY COULD NOT BUY IT SHE HAS r DECIDED THAT IT MUST GO IN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS IF YOU WANT IT YOU MUST ACT QUICK THIS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR- t SOMEBODY 1t FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS EEE L R HUGHES OR W L Mc CARTY THE TWO STORE R OOMS LONE ARE PAYING GOOD INTEREST I ON 6000 AND Or j OF THEM IS LEASED FOR SIX YEARS THE LEADING HOTEL OF THE TOWN AND DOING A BIG BUSI v NESS A FEW YEARS AGO THE HOLDERS OF THIS PROPERTY I BOUGHT IT PRINCIPALLY ON TIME THEIR HOLDINGS NOW ARE GEST IN THECITY iI iJi v l fiBs s 1 t P J c C PROMPT PAYMENT of all losses is a feature of the tire Insurance companies wo represent Have us Issue you a policy so that in case fire does come you will be In sured In a company that makes prompt and liberal settlements Our companies neither haggle over pen nice nor stand on trivial technlcall ties W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 t Notice We have a saw mill for sale with 40horsepower bailer 30 hp engine a new saw mill for sale cash balance in two four and six months with good notes Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky PUBLIC SALE ofGARRARD COUNTY LAND Ixvcatlon at Point Leavell on L N R R and on Lancaster and Rich mond pike 5 rflles east of Lancaster KyUATESATUltDAY OCT 15th 1910 at 2 oclock P AL 210 acres to ho sold In two separate tracts as follows 167 acres with improvements 34 acres of unimproved land 5 acres with a dwelling 312 acres with 3 room store building Each tract fronts on pike Sale is to wind up anI estate and will be to highest bidder and Is strictly an absolute sale with out reserve by bid or limit Terms easy This a high cltlss farm with splendid Improvements Write us for detailed description and full partlcu lars Possession January lst1911 HUGHES SWINE8ROADj Lancaster Ky STIRRING TIMES we are having in the building line Plasterlcementfor building Everything purchased here will be found of the best Quail ty and the best for Intended purposes We will save you trouble and unnecw sary expense by sending to us for an estimateJ ALLEN Stanford KyI Public SaleI Having sold our farm two miles east of Crab Orchard on Dlx River known as the O P Newland farm VG 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 fatrcow and stwo5calvesno60cattle 1 hogs and 2 125pound hogs 10 bar rels of corn household and kitchen furniture and other things too numer ous to mention Terms given on day of sale sale begins nt 10 oclock Col M II Johnson Auctioneer ROBBINS BR- OSiC McClary Undertaker and Embamer STANFORD XV Office Phone 17 Homo Phone 35 S O CAKTERNew Liver Depot Street Phone 90 STAN FORD KENTUCKY4 7 rII rI n oFl rl HARNESS ON A HORSE should be made so ns to give him per feet 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 Ita kind at J C McCLARY Stanford Ky REAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over agnln in lessened doctors bill But you must be sure that It Is real It Isnt the white basin and nickeled pipes thatI make sanitary plumbing It Is the way they are put together Have us do your plumbing We have tho know howW K WARNERP- hone 184 Stanford Ky NB BB Northcott LANCASTER KY 4 BUYER OF Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchTK Tuoor Mar WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Eggs 1819c hens sv 10IIc Fryers 41110Turkeys 1213c Ducks Roosters perlb551ScI Hides per lb Feathers l I LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We cal please you Phone 153I J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY I Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today fort lIenl1I 12 to lOc KBSS t 19c Springers 11 to 11 l2c Roasters i 5 to 5 l2o Turkeys y i12to 13c Ducks 7 to Sc tildes 7 t vv C 12 to 7c Feathers 15 to 43C1 Meal Flour Ship Stuff and en Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce I Phone 20IYOU 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 Clean CoalNo Slack Ehonell JHBaughmanCo Fall An Winter Suitings IMy new fall and winter samples arc 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 ia4wbe quality and nt it eoaarnaQ awe In and let m mfr rntrr raeaturt- X H Co Btpley uw + mcucUTaUor A rr r t W WATER PROOF o iooOOOGOOOO Thats a great word butwethink we have a right to use it when speaking of our WATER PROOF ClothingThe and Shield Brand Slickers at 3 and 250are known 11 the world oyer as WaterProof Coats weightGrey r is a very genteel coat indeed and absolutely dry It costs you only 550Those Zephyr weight dressy rub ber 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 about We have to show you They are beautiful patterns Presto collars long and stylish at any price from 10 to 25 You better look these + over atyour leisure H J McRoberts 41 G L Penny It H Coney E R Coleman Ice Cream Soda Water Phosphates Grape Juice And a Large List ofGenuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky JLBeazleyCo Undertaken and Embalm era Also Dealers in Fur aiture Mat ngtRuga They willexchange Furniture for all Kind of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In and Manufacturer ot Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Ions Cemetery nod LAW Vases and Settees Office and works Me Kinney Ky- CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can furnish the public with the best at well at the freshest of cut flowers pleats of alt kinds bulbs flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral In connection with the above I have till klndilof vegctablei on hand at reasonable prlMOHni8TMAN OURKN HOUHEB KD UCHBXBD Paoa- Btsnprd Kj i 1L l c 1 W IFurniture Day Phona 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford 8enttuo- strCONCRETING I 4We are In to do aU kinds ot con creting such as Block Work Pavements and In fact we can make any from home down to a fence port We can terrayou promptly and uarante nnclaM pricesDeforo PHILIJIPS BROS Stanford Ky When Hungry OOTO Carton Restaurant Lancaster fjtreel Htanford K Meals served at all hours up to II 80 r M But place tuwn for a good quick meal Cooking to suit our customers oar specialty Bplendld new line ot fancy OroecrleaiHot Coffee Hondwlchei pletCButter milk aria sweet milk etc ot alt timM Yi CARON prvIi I FRIDAY OCTOBER 7th 1910 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL J flt n 1 4 f J BlueiLight Rcd and 15 YdComfortCalicoes at t c Not Ovcr 12 Yards of onePattern toa Customer y 1 SON Stanford illJ There la a new line of 2Cc box par Cl rt special Tallies at Pennys Drug itore Ii 1i PERSONAL NOTES r FOMr J E Bruce still continues quite w J Hint his home on Danville ave Mr Mack Huffman ta still confined x oIiln room with Illness Dr Arthur Yager president oft Fridayttut Ion of learning Mrs H D Carter has returned from a visit to relatives In Doyle Mrs W K Warner and little son are spending the week In Lancaster the guests of relatives Mr and Mrs A B Florence are expected home Sunday Mr and Mrs John D Nevlua of Lebanon Junction took the train hero for Atlanta Ua today They will Bpcntl several weeks In the south News comes from Uraysvllle Tenn that a little daughter has arrived to r bless tho homo or Mr and Mrs James i M Baulley The young ludy has been lit Hbrlstcncd Susan Wilson for Mrs Sautleys mother 1 Miss Hettle Ullmore has gono to jyy 8t Louis Mo where she will make t a visit to many friends On her re- turntT she will visit her uncle Hopi 1J 8 Smock at Salem Ind The Young Ladles Circle will have an exchange InJ 1 Ueazlcys store window twit Saturday afternoon Ilea Anna Chancellor has been the charming guest of thu Misses Beck at BlcKlrihey for the past week Cashier H H Hutchesonr of the Peoples Bank at Owenton Owen county was here this week to see his brother Cashier J W Hutchcson of the State Bank Trust Company yho has been afflicted with a touch of rhoutnMlsm Mr Hutchcson says that there ore 17 banks In Owen county ann ah aro doing ell returnedIplies Allene Bourne has returned to her homo In Lancaster after a pleas ant to her sister Mrs W K Warner theChristianon Wednesday In November before Thanksgiving They claim this daleI John H Warner Is carrying ono of I his hands In a bandage as tho result of a spider bite Mr and Mrs L M Wcstcrflcld are the guests of Mr and Mrs M D El more having comu down for Livings tun Mss Ruth McCollum daughter of Col and Mrs Dan MCollum pf June tics City sustained n severe Injury when she stepped on a loose plank which flew up and struck her on the ankle confining her to her hone for several days Mr Homer Pence of Uarrard coun ty go throe of his fingers cut off by a cutting box Saturday We arc 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 ill Fresh New Goods and they come in desirable patterns SHORT LOCAL NEWS Lost Pair of gold rimmed spec tacles S3 reward for their return offlceIt Rev J G Islconductlng an i Interesting revival service at Mt Olive churcbi There have been six confessions to date The meeting will continue through Sunday night Garland8higletnnthe State Superintendent of Schools to the effect that the money for the teachers will not bo Toady until Oct 10th although tomorrow Is regular pay day There Is not sufficient won ey In the state treasury at present to pay them all The Courtheld Its annual October meeting this week and allow ed the claims against the county mounting In all to about 116000 Tbo court passed a new rule that hereafter It will allow no claims un less orders are given to the claimant by the county judge or the magis trates In their several districts and when tho claim Is filed the order must accompany it fromFA dispatch Frankfort says The October crop report of Kentucky Agricultural Department Is most Inv foresting especially as to tobacco For the hurley district the report shows 71 per cent of the crop barrelled and Its condition to be 79 per cent For the dark district the per cent of the crop harvested Is 77 per cent and Its conditions 91 per cent much better then the condition of the burley k =s Copyright Nan Schartner A Marx l1 greatesttbred styles and you canjust as well take a first premium as no t Hart Marx new styles new coloring new allwool fabrics perfecttailoring let us show you how well we can fit you in these perfect clothesc Suits 1750 ts 40 Overcoats 15 to 3500 Cummins Weareu STANFORD KENTUCKY I f 4C THI8STOREIBWTHE HOME HAft 8CHAFFNE MARX CLO1HES ffJ ZI J I 1 e IFcr Sale22 1100lb feeders nice Dr Hugh Reid 682 swagonsand gralndrillwanted to borrow 1800 on good security This office 643 The poetofflce at Rowland has been established temporarily at the office ortlrStones fresh cakes at W H Hlg gins this morale YOUR 1910 CITY TAXES ARE NOW DUE ALL PARTIES OWING MUSTjInsure your property In Kentuckys own Henry Clay fire insurance Cow pany n 11 Newland Agent pikeUltlrn ward The Lincoln county Medical Society will meet at the St Asaph hotel here next Tuesday morning at 1030 o clock Dr E J Brown will speak on Discuses of Children All the memo J1IIL Insure your property In Kentuckys own Henry Clay fire insurance Com pany R M Newland Agent For SateBrick I useand two acres of land on Somerset street nice cottage on East Main street house and 25 acres on East Main and a house and five acres of land on Dsa vllle avenue Apply to Haney Helm EastMlllnlord Kentuck- yEstrayLarge Poland China boar homemade ring In nose Notify M B Bauehrann The Eureka Portrait Company has Just received a now line of mouldlnss and IB now Irepared to frame pictures at half thor usual price Finest line of mouldlns ever brought to Stanford Office opposite court house Lancaster Street I Any person having old books let ters magazines ledgers or papers or any kind that they do not need will assist In a good cause by donating SocietyApplyThere will be specula meeting of the nights of Pythias here on next Thursday night Oct 15 Every morn ber Is urged to be present and to come on time For your cleaning and pressing and the best laundry in town the Lexing ton laundry Take thorn to Wesley Johnson He has an expert from the city duos first class work Try him In the Interior Journal building Tlc members or theStanford hand are requested to bo present Friday evening Oct 9that 720 oclock at the usual meeting place Dont fall r Rev J J Dlclcewlll preach at Logans reek Union Church next Sunday at 8MB A d1lTbrra to more Catarrh In this Kttloo ol the rouotiy other dtMOc put togtltwr sod until tar last Fo4gmwrwd- Ded rot heal rcnnltoi lo curt With local treatment pronounctd It locunMt SCience tOM pronG Catarrh to be a conttlluUonal cM nee and Uirrtlore require coutltutlonal tnatnmk llalli Catarrb Cure manuUctund by F J CBmr A co Toledo Ohio to the only CoMUtuUonal cure os Y taken In doetS rroBI1II bIetIlaDdAddrew F JCUFmy 4 CO Toledo OMO Row by Druttbb nb JUt ilallf Femur fins tee cosetlpaUoa 50 acrfs of land 5 room boxed cot take g barn blacksmith shop and all other necessary outbuildings well watered and fenced close to church Stanford Heal Estate Company FRUIT AND SDE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wrltofor Free Catalogue No Agents H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington KentuckyI The Favorite Toalc for Woraca DRHoAGS A tasUe ta8xy nUl CMTtaee rw ttU U tktbett SeI4I17 PENNYS DRUG STORE q 1 ii t BrownIiClieckGinghamsat j Not over lo Xards of one Pattern to a Customer r L SEVERANCE Keutuckv Schaffner Tho tax books of Crab Orchard grad ed school are now ready and taxes are due The penalty will go on Nov tboofflceLackeyTreasurer t Tho only true constHRrtTotr caVl must begin IU soothing ffeWinfpacOwt r when it enters the mouth FtolUstesRocky Mountain Tea rflfcteres OW whole system to a healthy aorjoal cssi iditlon 35 cents Tea or Tattet BiJfttJl- Y Shuglrs4 Tanner 5 0 OOOGO oStrG41Oo x- I c SEE OUR LINE OF I0 I HEATINGSTOVES F i a i 1 I ETC r z 1 j WQo FStanford I 0 m mv I0H H iO HGlH1 rFall Stowing Of Dry u Book Iy1 2 We now have on display therlargest line ofDry Goods and Notions ever shown on this marketOur has taken spec ial care in selecting our dress goods and we would like toi show you the line TTW E PERKINS ca ICRABORCHARD KENTUCKY fl fIII j i U o C IL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Marti- nI HHow Dress Qaos J We are showing a beautiful line of New Wool Goods in black and colors in the new diagonal weavesFrench I fclothest assortment of trimmings we have ever shown in All overs Braids Persian bands and buttons Call and see use before buying HUGHES MARTIN COdDry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD mCKl U I ii 0 r =+ w fTHE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY OCTOBER 7th 1614 I ul I T- J a I A y- f y r QOO OOO m OQ a oobi H Hiir oo H H Ht Q G Q H H H H H H H H H H wi wi wU i c I t sell at AUCTION RememberWeH price gets the LOT t b Staiiftitd TOmotrow Satufda I PtI 0 7 1 J I r 7t Of Jo C1 YOUNGS fEVELOPMBNT COMPANY Glasgow pntifcky I f SAM T YOUNG GEO H WALTON I i UReadyfor Opening ot the new State Bank Trust Company Saturday IiCASH ER J W HUITCHESON of State Bank Trust Company a SAVED FROM GRAVE I had about given up hope after near ly four years of suffering form a severe lung trouble writes Mrs M L Dlx of Clarksville Tenn Often the pain in my chest would be almost un bearable and 1 could not do any work but Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like a new person Its best medicine made for the throat and I lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay lover la grippe asthma croup bronchitis and hemorrhages hoarseness and whooplpg cough yield mo1llnIGuaranteed by Pennys Drug Store JJ I tlr OJ w 4 0 4t YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST FAN ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY H N JNsL9iE fN AL PAINTf bis without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market and is cbeapest intht ent in that- p it will go further and wear longer than cither paints Only the best materials are used WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT enoughzinctto prevent chalking quickly as is the case where f I lead alone is used t L FOR SALE BY L SANDERS Crab Orchard and i alt RUITIMoreland r 0 y tIdr Everything Is in readiness for ttio formal opening of the New State Bank Trust Company here tomorrow Workmen have been rushed nil the week Installing the furniture and fixtures and placing the bunking room in shop for business The officers and directors have Is I sued a formal Invitation to the public to call on Saturday onto the banking room In shape for business and see the splendid manner in which tie new Inbtttutlon Is equipped to handle business President W L McCarty Vice residents Q L Penny J S Rice and J D Eiuib J W Hut hl80n and As sistant Cashier Hays Foster will be present to welcome everyone The now banks furniture Is very handsome and complete being of ma hogany with nil the latest improve ments r T j Preache7syille Mr H fa uuite Will have a sale on Saturday the 8th at his home near here known as the old Parrish Placer Mr White and family will soon leave for Arizona to locate permanently I John B Anaorson bought of miner Price 10 Too pond ofittf at 943K Cress and Jones bougttt aroad otfat cattle at Richmond court which they shipped to Cincinnati Ballard and Thompson sold 45 heifers at Hlch nond court at J370 J It Thompson bought a mule of Den Ilpltzcjaw Igr C6 also A steers ofBT s 4 4 cents and sold 350 barrels ofturn to Sid Duke of Crab Orchard at 45 J j John Klgsby bough nine heifers at 11750 and a cows for 2750 from John Colson alto one heifer from S C Rigsby for JIG sold 22 1100 pound cattle to Dick Cobb for Oct 1ulhdoliv- cry at 5 cents r Jlr James Blankenshlp and daugt ter Miss Mlnnlo pf Mercer visited Henry Blankenshlp Balllnger Led ford of Wolf county was here last week as a visitor of D T IUl1 lOrd pnd family He Is In Lincoln prosrcct lug for a fawn 140is a good citizen ant having livediere Is much attach ed to the peoplpin this section Tom and Henry Lunsford spent a few luys In Jessamine as a guest of Mlllanl bier and A C Lunsford Bedell Chancellor of the Walnut Flat section sold 200 bushels or oats to partieu here at 45 and 50 centsIA daygbter ot Mr and Mrs Jamo itoJtzclaw of Walnut Flat section Is TC it etc oftleyeE1 r W L MCCARTY President State Bank Trust Com pany tC HAYS FOSTER H lttantCshler State Bank It Trust Company PlSaleubic of Hustonvill Property Having other property In Huston vllle 1 will on- Saturday NovJSIh 1910 sell tho following described real estatr One tgp story frame house with IS ivoms arranged MO that two families can live In it two back yards one Extra nice ocant building lot onQ extra large tvo tory bur a goods liverY barii 2 large sheds 2 lasting wells one back lot This property Is well fenced and in rood repair lots fill outbuildings fleece ivy and Is situated on Main and ear ego streets one square from very fine eroded school one BQuuro from the Christian church one sQuare from laptlst church and two squares froth resbvterinn church and is in a spleni lid neighborhood 1 will also sell one Curtis Held lass fropt carriage M good as new two good high wheel sulkies two ihaMons one two horso driving cart me Hancock disc plow and 600 or COO wfeft of No 1 hay Sale begins promptly at two 9 clock Terms made known on day of sale or other particulars address by hone or otherwise X 8 CARPENTER HustonVille Ky PUBLIC SALE Attfi ocJock A M on Saturday Oct 8th 1910 ut the old P Fl Parrla place on Dlx river at the mouth of Cedar Creek will moll to the highest bidder the following ane third Interest In 35 acres of corn about JOOO pounds of tobacco In burn er8ey cow one good filly colt one trod work horse chickens and bourse Mold and kltchep furniture This stuff oust sell without reserve H S WHITESReynolds Auctioneer THE CALL OF THEBLOOD ror purification finds vQlcd In pimples bolls sallow complexion i Jaundiced iouk moth patches and nlotshcs On 11lnall signs of liver trouble Sit Mr Kings New Life Pills nmka rich red blood give clear skIn rosy peeks tine complexion health Try Ulem 25 cents at Penny lirug Store uolJJ01 t jf4l Remedies are NeededW- ere w0 perfect which iro are not medicines would not often be needed Hut since our systems have become weakened impaired and broken down through indiscretions which have gone on from the early ages through countlctn genrrat one remedies art needed to old Nsture in correcting our inherited sod otherwise acquired weaknesses To reach the seat of stomach weakness end consequent digestive troubles there it nothing so good as Dr Pierces Golden Medical Ditcov cry a flrcerio compound extracted from nitre medic loaJ rootssold for over forty eara with Brat saaifaetlon to all usen For t liIlertbum f Dcranfesients the Oitcf very is a time provcn and most efficient remedytThe Genuine hart on its f X rxcs J 1 outSld Wrapper the Si raturo- You J cant afford to accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this eton aieo belie medicine or NOWJ 4 cOMrosmoN not even though the ureat desist rely thereby mike a l1ulbluerjlrolir Dr Piercos Pleasant PeUeU regulate and lnvientt uteAaeb lint snd I bowels Sugarcolijsty granule easy in laka as candy 1 SOME REASONS WHY c rfyou study the Lines and the SetllottbctPinmond Edge Hatchet the reason for their + rr universal favor become evident No tnnttcr whot style whether shingling lathing 5 ss claw halt or any of tbe score oi styles every one teem to be finished beat The Infinite care in the selecting and setting or the handle is remarked by all men who know 1JJfHDlD EDGE IS t QlJU1YPLJDCiEoi FOR SALE BY GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD KY Lexington Truism i OCT 4TTO 1 4Th GREATEST IN THE WOlD est STAKES 85004 PUSI lOQQ Futurity Tuesday Oct 4t3000 Tennessee Tuesday 0c14 j5000 Futuritv Wes41ay Oct S SS Gro + Wed oocar Oaf 5ih 0 5660 Transylvania Thursday Oct 6 Great 202 Pace Friday Oct 7 j 10000 Championship Stake Monday Oct 10 i 3000 Cup Stake Monday Oct 10 1 Thirty Other Sensational Racesr Daily Concerts One Fare on Railroads FARM FOR SALE I 80 acres lying 1 12 miles west of Highland a good cottage and ou- thousesbarnatc Lfhds fenced i about 35 acres in cultivation plenty of water Reason for selling oiifKot able to work on farm Price reasonable JAI A KING sus iMwiM 4 PUBLIC SALE In the town of Crab Orchard on Sat urday October 8th 1910 I will olfer t for sale at public outcry the Dr Price Btororom and lot near tho depot at 13t Fitt Terms Onehalf cash and the rev malnder In one and two yearsCf P HANDLER1u IYJUDAY QCrOBBIl 7th 1310 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL PAGE SEVEN The Island of Regeneration t ih No onto Ike wilaaa I respect you toe savea ier tb tH Reapctr1 t J T t ye l1wa me what you are by what you have done all I4alfrlsUWl too loYi juid it seems to- Iaetkat 1 would brook aajrtalft Yf rytkiag for one that you tars would have enjoyed But we are not children neither are we laY ageivt act tike bsaita ef prey I glue you 1 trust you She came upoahisyour Everything said the man but love me Everything but that assented the woman qulotly- I tbant offend again returned the man Neither by force nor per uailon can I effect anything Kat he laid after another pause come back to the United States or to some civilized land The world la before pleaseJyoulikeaa my sister It cant be said the woman you see that I can accept no fnorI from your Out no one need ever know I willIdischarge the crew of the some Soulh American port They will scatter wouldtaowould have to toll him It would make It harder for pie And I dont want to blmIKateIt wee ungenerous of mo not to have told you before They took him away from the Islands senseless raving with brain lover He collapsed sttlcken aa if dead oa the sand by that little heap of clothe and the Bible which bore your meisage He thought you dead He left the ship In the early morning to seek you The shock was too much for him lie loved me theu sold the womanYes said Lansford wringing the admission from his llpa ho loved you enough almost to die for you nut ho is not dead Ho was not when you left the No they crullorIIn answer to my tor thought he would finally pull through although It would be a long J k terrible siege but If be dies Kate if I got back and found that he Is dead and come here Dont come back said the unman Dont tell anyone that I am here Let no one ever come back unless the loadtllacris this your anal absolute dV clsloar My Anal and absolute dectiloa Nothing can alter It nothing Abso lutely nothing 0 Katt Dead eald the woman 1t Is nse less and ony breaks your heart sad wriage mine Now you must go No OB has seen you from the yacht flu cave Is sheltered from when the Ilea No one need kaow that you bay fewad me Indeed 1 want you to give BIB your words MaofleelIt by youAmover aayea auc s tkat lca aettaled fedtld me aliveYou set me a hard task faltered Uu man But I am sure continued the t n It U set too hard for you tok- wea aceewpllOi Come you have said you wasted to make amends That is all butifyou will iMfci rkt j say And letbat again Oa Jour w4 dot boor as a gen tlNaaa all that yen hold sacred you wlURner mention to a kums a- eealtbu i 1 i lutfd tip hir4alve Ol f1 Id Jovefor 1t you kater 110111IIYeSo kelp me God replied the man with equal 11ltIAnd now I have one request to aak of you Xatt before I gt said Laagford- If I can tract It you stay be as cured I will It Is very easy Will you stay in- jJl1s cave for two honrsr t T I have no watch said the woman but I will guess the time aa best I can Then said the man go down to the beach Iko yacht will N gone t ft Valentlae said the lfomapJou dont rtt r the Wad taI weuli stay gludjr returned the other tlt ntt dr we come bufJjlnow tlLajllijA b I wilt walt said the woman Gad ly It Bhe exl Hed kr at bias Ha- Jfyarcelttld grasp- and + kt 1fire laNa m meat ltltk MM and 8t tgirliaatfAiiwihJJi leaded He heard her Jipe rour sawedthing at r feet turned and reac lutely aafMed out lato the sunlight Tho woiaia lifted her band the hand he I kissed It was wet with I tears ThjSAnam hid left her with a t Bhe sat down upon the sand UHhlnk her thoughts during her two Hours wait Her bare loot t touched something metallic She bent over and picked It up It was his watch Ho bad placed it there The aluyJe klndneas the spoctaaee g eroslty of Jbo Jlttje aet ea Sevedher- an had not all his plea aj4 aji aw irlod her own tears with his upoa her band She looked at the watch after a while and found that more than two town had eiapted nearly thfeeT The latter pert of the time had fled swiftly la lltoughbYottirtata1 1 ewAa J ungry raad thirsty too It was BoOn She weat out Qtt the Mods The yacht was nqwhere to be sean Sheicbuld not isle gotten below the Sari sea aka divined that he hid salted arbundthe island and away In that directionThere was a pile of boxes and things on the sand above the high water mark She stepped toward it and ppened one of the sea chests It was filled with books and papers a strange collection lie had ransacked tho yacht for her Another chest con tamed provisions with which she had long been unfamiliar There were tall t articles pieties of cloth writing paper pencils a heaping profusion of all that ho fancied she might need that might afford solace and compan unship to her and alleviate the loneli ness of those hours In her heart she thanked him and lifting up her hands she blessed him again He had made life possible and tolerable to her She could write she could read she could sew And all this while she could hope and dream ICHAP XXIII I J PurpollI The climate was not unlike that of the Is land during the cooler portions ot the year thought the man standing on tho porch of the bighplllarcd old brick house set upon a bill overlooking the palo green waters of Hampton Roads which stretched tar eastward past Newport News and Old Point Com fort to the blue of tho Chesapeake andi far beyond that to tho deeper blue ot tbo ocean Back of him a thousand thoulsaadtween him and the object of his thoughts Not for a day not for an hour scarcely for a moment oven was that Island out of his mind There I was pleasure and pain in the recollection of it IUpon the mans taco a stern mel had settled Not tho melan choly of Ineptitude and indifference not tho melancholy that made hIm do nothing unmindful of the largo Issues uddenlyIcboly that comes from the presence In the heart of aa unpliicked sorrow that neither time nor chance nor occupation could uproot a melancholy that came from the sense of bereavement ever f gtpwng mono kecn and more poig nant as the perlQdot bereavement lengthened aod Vmlca sprang from a i cdnsctausftestf qf Imperfections and t Mllure for which ad fatter achieve milt could atone It tad not boon dlft cultte establish Els rUhU WbTtCaker aad the chap late sisal with the depasttlons had taken the man across the continent wtjeft U skip Iud been put out of commission at San Ftaaclsco and pre stfnted aim to his uncle the Cbarnock IB residence IB that great house on the Naasemoad shore overlooking that estuary of the James by Hampton Roads The old man childless and alone bad welcomed kin gladly The newcomer was of ute Ckaraock blood It was a strange aiaeat for the tlander when they took him Into the irttiCarawiacraeaa and showed him the pictures ot his father and of his mother He was the living Image of the man tempered with some of the mothers sweetness This remarkaVU UknessIndeed he was4Mlefl Mmaterialthe evidence of the hP tlearrW what was known retao v rsthioieIbring doubt from thcf aJI mot concerned The family was reduced to those two the uncle and d iMa fphew Tie old man formally add legally recog nised the and offered to transfer the pre rjghtfnlry Hi pnIncreased haveIcould JIU e It tJfl tic death Mearj esYtq sikand train oneIleading Indeed la addition to the formal recogni tion the elder mss legally adopted the younger aad constituted him the heir to A own property which was almost as extensive and as valuable as that which rightly belonged to the nephew And then these formalities bglng com p1sfedtb lleutenaat commander and eJtItMiirdll i parnocCoaI4 not have fallen Into r U as first Requirement and he applied himself tojt wltXa flece e and n grtHi det rs fiiatoa wobpr8lnu from ilwaadl teundatioq fteasenbl d ttif th prolC qfttI of sucaB filory as 01 jplaay whe tlt was linked with a name so famous and still remembered as that of Katharine Dreaton and It had been decided by Capt Ashby and Whlttaker and the man himself that suds portions of It as would suffice to explain his own presence and her tale shqUJd be glyen to the world Upon the foundation thus afforded romance bullded Charnock Immediately becamo a marked man lie would have been a marked man In any event from the financial power that ho possessed j wiseIfound klmolf th of filet- iiokeTwtie Form of avatlablecapltal- Among the first things h UaTaed was the power of money Had he not eIi I6anM his sorrow As It was he was pinosl miserly He spent little up i K self ltd Wants were astonish ingly few and contact with the world did not develop extravagant Ideas Those were things which he was too old to learn against which he bet been anchored He was hq had and what bet couldIngwhatI some great purpose a purpose of help of assistance In which he could com memorate her name for which future generations should rise up and call her blessed He bad long talks with his uncle about It The old man would fain have had his nephew marry and carry on the ancient line Delicately ten deny he broached tho subject after a time but the suggestion met with ab solute refusal Women Interested Charnock as men did Indeed his In terest in his kind was intense The Intellectual stimulus of conversations with bright intelligent people was the most entrancing result of his contact with the world But none of them touched his heart That was burled on that gemlike Island In the far oft sea Ho was a man of unusual force of character prompt and unyielding de cision His uncle had not lived his long life without being able to esti mate men lie recognized very early 11 The Struggle Racked and Tore Him In His Heart In the undertaking the futility ot ar gument and though he tried finesse In the presence of tho wittiest the clay ereat and most beautiful women Of Virginia and elsewhere for the two traveled throughout the United welcomed everywhere his ef torts w re unara hqe a- more hacyneIwollsaa wlioe would have been glad to adept the mane suit whom It he had wooed ever so slightly ho could hive woo but he was friendly with everyone and In love with hone At the end of two years society gave him up as confirmed In his Isolation and loneliness He was not tha less welcome but he was no longer a matrimonial possibility nor was hi any more the wonder that ha had been New things engrossed public attention The world prrfsetly took Charnock as ho Would tain have ft take him as a matter of course He djii i tings slowly not because that was his nature lt from aa In vlncicV determipatlou to do things right He made his plans deliberately and had formulated an enterprise so comprehensive la Itsscopa so vast in lts outlay and with such infinite pid tlt1aothelp tot poor the w d thtitfown trodden classes jfecjotyi that when tle foreihailowlhga o iC were1 announced people stood amazed undertaking so great was not within the power even of Char noels His resources were utterly on snail toJtbut he had enough to male a agnlacoBt beginning and by detrOH eqfatedied gradually the enterprise would be achievedThere no necessity for secrecy about It Indeed with that simplicity sad candor so unusual J and so uncon ventional which touch with the world had never been able to alter he had spoken of jail plans without reserve and ha had Garedwith equal frankness that what he was doing was In memory of the noblest and the truest ot women to whom he owed It that he was a human being and not an animal Whittaker of ghoaa o1t bethought highly anwkbdeaerhwit called from the navl service to be Ltleigrratunqdertkttnge be placed in tho ksihda of the chaplain who had so eadefw hjtsieetltDtkd promotr and dflvtoerof kl1 ChaV nock Kr allied that these meawho had 11Illoret In cas t li hl1lr du 1twoeat whom be had met WW asgoejited with the two mentlon a to t9 out 4all tie founders plansT Now thjs5ihjag fnhJunot done laa corner The new of was carried over the Unite iJBtales and spread even to forelgn world read It and marveled again A newspaper carrying an account of It under the eye ofNa 19111ItBl in Son Francisco who pad rgturnedfrom a long voyage a seas The name Charnpck caughf his eye first and then Langforaawthe name of the woman be loved Ho read with avidity appreciating as bone would To Bo Continued AprIr ofbodil7cleqllneyqur pride in yourself Ahe other for your lld ofrastljcleanlinessThis watch thebowelshavesaeeach twentytour hour It your system proceRotobtain old ot some kInd After muchthingsyeliev tryosimplerDr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin beoDr Caldwell tor a tree sample bottle convinceswill toR4lnworknrtycentscentbottle tamilInI youngestA tonic formjsour and such ailments and keep veryjmanDanlliBaronnamedIpersonally will be pleased tothefree of charge Explain your cue In a detaILFororotherwiseaddress It Dr W n CaldwellItb000aldwell building I- llAppalachianI Exposition Greatest Ever Held In The South At Knoxville Tenn SEPTEMBER 12 TO OCTOBER 12 Magnificent nnd mammoth build ings More to see and nmuse than ever offered at a Southern exposition 10000 In purses for running and trotting races 10000 in aerial exploitation by machines of Wright Brothers Stroebel And other aeranauts See the air- Ships 25000 In matchless fire works FallofMulballe famous wild west and 25 other shows Greatest bandall America ADMISSION TO GROUNDS 50 CENTS r IN DAY AFTER 6 P M 25 CENTS Remember These Special Dates Livestock and races Sept 1M Night horse showSept 13fl I 13 Bench ShowSept 222324 Pigeon and pet stock show 7 Sept 27 Oct 1 Poultry showOct 512 Wright Brothers airship days Sept 2229 Stroeblea dirigible baloon Every day Sept 12 Oct 12 Pains fire works every evening ieSept12 Oct 12 Battle of the clouds Sept 1924 Fallof PonipellVC vSfip B Octl Special rates everyday and remarkably low railroad rates to Knox villa and return on Tuesday and Thursday as follows11 Stanford 1350 Moreland 370 Junction City J370 See This Great Exposition W J OLIVER s President NOTICE In the district court at the United States for the Eastern district of Kentucky in the matter of Clarence J Slpplo Bankrupt By virtue of an order entered by J Notice of Sale on Bankruptcy N Saunder referee in the above styled case I as trustee of same will on Saturday the 22nd dty of Ocigi A Qp igiOr between the- at1117tooiockam and 3 oclock Ii m 00 the premises being 52 acres olfalgY d situated InLlncolo county Kentucky on the Il Green river adjoining the Dennara tarJ and lying near the postofflce of Jumbo Kentucky expose to public Bale to the highest and best blddet for cash In hand the above described tract or parcel of land together with nineteen acres of land adjoining same now owned by Clarence J Slpple the bankrupt above named and also one balt Interest In the growing crop upon tho said land Given under my hand this the 10th day ot Algust 1910 It A DYCHE Trustee j 7 1ttE081N111JJMUcf i tjFHaving sold our farm we will offer tor sale publicly fo the highest bidder on the farm on Tuesday Oct 25 igipall of our personalty as follows 50 Export Cattle 100 gilt edge 1200 pound cattle 18 gilt edge yearling cattle 7QO lbs Some export Jersey stock 3 pairs mare mules 4 and 5 years oldtextra good weight 1200 and 1500 lbs weanlingI j 2 Brood mares 4 and 6 safe in foal to jackP2 yearling fillies standard bred by Dr Munson 1 weanling filly standard bred J2 2yearold jennets 52 extra brood ewes 2 to 4 years old 500 bales timothy hay 200 bales of I straw 4 40 acres corn in shock and place to feedsame Lot of farming tools household and kitchen furniture If not sold before will offer an 84 acre farm on Danville and Hustonville pike 12 mtle out of town limits close to a graded school Also 68 acres 2 miles south of McKimney and about 12 mile from pike Adjacenttia Jno Die Moore Tombs and others Information re garding lnd freely furnished J Terms made known on day of sale Capt T D English Auctioneer f M YDWELL SJIJi ftustonviile Ky 1 iceJ NE DyRICHMOND It It It e KENTUCKY L io i v w 1 Will be Glad to Serve amyof his tfncoln County Frle60 a1tdAi cjiialntancisi 2 i r REPRESENTING PETER BURGHARD OF LOUISVILLE WILL BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF M ONUMENTS AT REASONABLE PRICES PILL WORK dUARANTrtlfpTP GIVE SATISFACTION w Lincoln bounty 1140QBlfIJlJ Of Stanford Kentticky it J f iCAPITAL 1 50000- 00SURPLUSt w S 50HWOO RESOURCESAbii j i 34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER v rJ9 PAXTON VICER9CATENTER 800KKE6PfcRESTEERoSST CASH WAYS FOSTIRCLERK ii tlREoroRBiu W 0 Walker Stanford S Et ShalilciSSiWorcl Geo W CarterStanfonl John B Foster Stanford WI Hi Shmrifa Stanford T C Ran= l kin EancaitefJBPii1oa Stanftfrd W Ehaylor GilberU CrlekR D Hubble litncisferj Wr H Cumiiitoo PnacheruviHe Lilburn Goo Gilberta Creek lRST WATIONAt BANr ISTANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 1882- CAPITALv STOCK 50000 EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 Combines Absolute with Satisfactory ScrelceModcm Safety XCI for UKbFoUr Ciakotatnr We Solicit Yj iAccbunf1s OFFICEIN- i S Hocker President S T Harris Vjceftrcsidoa- tHj C BaughmannCalhlcr W W Saunders Ind Bookkeeper 2It1iartts Dtildt per 1J jrIRKCTORiV rMIFgbmia- M D Elmore JM Pa Uus H C Baaghman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- E C Walton JS ocker W AMurpifj lfO1 T RURAL TELEI HON SI i MR FARMER Make your home as modern fag dilt as a ice m residence and place yourself in a position to get thIS salt market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is email comraredwith the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or to leadquarters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you ary not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lines cover the of Kentgck Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indianaa Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO iHCOarOBATKD r r w i 6 It OCTOBER 7th 1910 r t THE STANFORD KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNALnIDAY 11ft f f fIIEttE3ftt t i tslttlttlttktlE11t11E11FIhftltllEt iR tlt tttl+lf7lt lEt tlf IFtMta thlla tllt 1 There Are Why you should purchase your buggies from R M Arnold One Many reason if no other you get more for your money than from any one else I 10 directeasons i I I 1 as 4 CII siwilleOtftH a H H H H Wi iWi H H H Q a i H iQ H 0 H Gt G 0 QGf U tGOOO 00 OtJoo I t- T THE DRY FALL OUTING t t 11 4M35r atOunt1 liP From t STANFORD ndalhaysta1iousRegui ABOARD F- ORMAMMOTH CAVE WEDNESDAY OCT lOne Evening For Promenade and Dance 11 1 Jf L JY I1 IBIILU fo dilJY1 Laao b l WRITE OR PHONE L N TICKET ACT 1J 1 Bankrupt Sale t OJTUESDAY OCT 11 1910 at 9 o1 cclockat the storeroom on Main street I iKWill sell he stock of General Merchandise of W W White and also ten acres fDflaoo on Hanging Fork Creek T B RODMAN Trustee Announcement Of 18 11Eoooib- iiI 31 BAUGHMANS HORSE AND MULE EXCHANGE Hl 00 14AtTHis Homejust soldin STANFORD t 5iiijMffto do more business and not to quit business 004ad have iJull ietum1d with 5 car loads of mares and geldings of all sizes vro n3Bhetland ponies to half draft mares 1 to 5 years old1 that will weigh tSW jio 1400 when matured just the kind to raise high priced mules this tj know from actual experience I 15 YEARLING 14 to12 DRAFT FILLIES 20 VEAR OLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES 402to b YEAROLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES 1etJao A YEAR OLD 14 to 12 DRAFT GELDINGS 10 GENERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS 20 GENERAL PURPOSE MARES 3D IBBANDED PONIES and several Shetland pontes 2Jjesa were bought Jn Illinois Missouri and Montana and twothirds oft itiesi aieibrandcd but were raised under fence andwlll handlekind and penile PRICES FROM 15 to ice 17a1R close ot or put Into winter quarters all unsold by Nova 15 prepara xiarrto goLogto Atlanta to engage In the mule business until April 15 1911 annual sale of b ules and tlrnnrimnrnfl wig inn rcturn anti prepare for my v v to eebinczt September As I only bought these to eat a surplus o- rtrallltm ezckange any of them for any other stock to graze especially alcsssi cattle Am always in the warlca fur high class mulos and J H BAUGHMAN Stanford Ky Phones 46 and 116 the of do AB persons having claims against the estate of M C Saufley deceased wlll the same to the Hrfcned proven on or ttbe day ol October 1910 and nil to said decedent 11 will please same E STONE Admr of M C Saufley iL ALL 12 If you have to sell lath- eSTOCK LINE Take to INunnelleys New Yards He set 8 every in the except Sunday on your stock market in f Btate plenty I water best covered pens outside or Lexington STANFORD KY We also ngelleml hitch and feedhusineM Ahbi n19TRATOR8u1T1 present under properly before 12th t ejsons Indebted C81ul1ey settle tprumptly GEORGE Deceased P1oIt anything Stock buysand day year tiring Best with o- tedeud Louisville THE DEMON OF THE AIR Is the germ ot la grippe that breathed in brings suffering to thousands its after effects are weakness nervous ness lack of appetite energy and amp bition with disordered liver and kid lieys The greatest need then Is lileo trie Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of thestomach Mverand Kidneys Thousands have proved that they have wonderfully strengthen the nerves bully up the system and restore health and good spirits after an attack of Urlp If suf fering try them Only 00 cents 1or feet satisfaction guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store t r i 550Pays All Your Hotel Expenses Including board and the admission to the cave THE FARMERS For 81Ie2 large steers nnd 15 calves J S Moberly McKInney 634 For 1luGocd cow with calf two weeks old J L Jarvis It F D No2 1laln ninehole wheat drill good as new for sale cheap W P Logan For Rale L000 nice tobacco sticks Dr Hugh Reid Stanford Let me Insure your barns and to bccco W A Trlbblo Let R M Newland figure with you before placing your Ire Insurance I For SaleA well Improved farm of 20 acres near Mt Salem house hold and kitchen furniture stock ant farming tools P H Woodson Mt Salem Ky 4S23 For Sale IJIgh grade Southdown ram lambs Fisher and Renick cross es Mrs Mattle II Hewes Moreland Ky K R No 1 Dox 49 Wanted To buy a place ot 70 to 100 acres In Lincoln county one hav- Ing Improvements Address P O Box C5 Stanford Ky For SaleA few thoroughbred Du roc Jersey boag pig A nrU farrow Price reasonable T J Durham Crab Orchard Phone 131 598 For Sale Nice fresh Jersey cow Ed Hubbard 61tf For Sale75 700 to 900 pound year ling and twoyearold steers W A Coffey McKInney 621p For Sale40 120pound shoats A W Carpenter Moreland 823 FARM FOR SALE 2HI acres 2 12 miles southeast o Hustonvllle known as the Bennett Cloyd farm 60 acres in wheat stubble remainder In grass well Improved and a line stock farm will sell at a bargain A W Carpenter Moreland For RentMy place of 250 acres for I9HSO arc of coirf 30 fro wheat 60 acres In meadow r mainder for grazing Mrs Ueorge Logan Stanford Ky M S liaughman bought a number of registered Shetland stallions at tile big sale in Lexington last week John Q Foster has just gotten 119 extra fine cattle which he bought in Wayne county near Mill Springs The average price paid for them was 4 cents He will put them on grass for the winter Squire James McKechnlo of the Hubble section has sold to J C Rob inson of Doyle 12 nice young mules rxt 97350 each A RELIABLE MEDICINENOTAN ARCOTIC Jet the genuine Foleyg Honey an Tar In the yellow package It Is safe opiatesRtfuse nery I Here is a Remedy That Will Cure Eczema- WE PROVE IT Why waste time and money expert menting with greasy salves and lotion trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when the druggist at the drug store guarantees l ZEMO a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid the skin ot the gprm life that causes the trouble One will relieve the itching and oftentimes one bottle Is sufficient to cure a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities In Vmerlca the leading druggist has the agency for ZEMO and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment ZEMO Is recognized us the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema pimples dandruff and all other forms ot skin or scalp affections whether an Infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommendation Pennys drugstore I i J Md 1GO RIGHT AT IT Friends and Neighbors In Stanford I Will Show You How troubleI rellleeI You must reach tho root of IttI101 I kidneys Deans kidney pills go right at It Reach tho cause relieve the pain I They cure too so Stanford people say Capt Thomas Richards W Main St agoImyback grew so lame that 1 could not i stoop and I slept poorly at nig Sometimes an almost complete reten lion of tho kidney secretions existed then again I had a frequent desire to pass them When the secretions wero voided a burning pain was In or deuce I finally had the good fortuno to learn of Doans Kidney Pills and commenced their use This remedy pave me great relief nnd In view of experience I consider It the best pre paration of Its kind I have over taken I have commended Donns Kidney Pills to scores of people and evcryon has reported that good reiuts have followed their use For sale by nil dealers Prlco BOc FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y solf agents for the United States I Remember the name Doans and take no other Cumberlaud Valley Co HOLDS ITS ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS HERE Tho officer rind directors of the Cumberland Valley Land Company were elected for the ensuing year at tho regular annual meeting ot the stockholders hero this week J S Hocker was reelected president J- W Alrorn was chosen vice president vice Dr J S Bingham resigned and the directors elected were J W Fox of Now York H E Fox of Big Stone lap Va Dr John M Williams of rcmlne N M J W Hayden Inrls J R Borelng of London J A Craft Louisville and RobL Boyd London Mr HaYden was reelected sere tary and treasurer This company now owns about S- JOO acres of tte richest mineral and timber land In Harlan county It will receive bids for the property from dlvlf to several hundred per cnL MINOR GRIOGS Miss Nannie K AUn6r of Parks vllle daughter of Mr and Mrs A II prominentety and Mr Samuel O GrlKgs son of Mr Samuel Griggs of Madison coun ty were married at the Ullcher hotel Tuesday afternoon Rev J P Stroth perI The couple together with two friends drove from Parksvllle Mr Grlggs Is a prosperous and energetic young farmer and they will make their homo In Madison county THE 5000 TWOYEAROLD FUTUR ITY AT LEXINGTONI On Wednesday Oct Mh second day ot the Lexington trots there will probably be a worlds record broken by tone of the sensational twoyearold trotters In the Futurity Miss Stokes the champion yearling trial 210V4 trialdseveral others that have beaten 314 are In the field Remember the dates i October 414 and g- oDRTHOAGS Blood and Liver- Restorative A Lifer Mediae aM lIeN rrieiee THE RELIABLE REMEDY for RkeHSttim Pimple Need ui Ska Diteues Steen htens the nerves makes new appetiteMorestrength to it than any other rem edy Dont wait buy a bottle today PENNYS DRUGSTORE Christain Churches TO HOLD 42nd SEMIANNUAL SESSION AT HUBBLE Tine 42nd SomlAnuunl Meeting of the churches or Cnrtst of Lincoln county will be held with tho Hubble congregation on Saturdny Oct IBth It will be an all day mooting with dinner on the grounjlfe The program is 10 A M Dovortrfnal 1046 AddrojSJrOur Cooperation Is It of men Jos Dallou Song V 1045 A MAddressD M Vnl ker Song1120Itelwrt of KvnngtHlsls nnd churches 18 00 Dinner 111 V M Devotional 1JIO Address W Or Montgomery OoAddrCllII the O1 tgatlon of the Carpenter Song230AddresrF M Tinder Song30oFreo 3 for nil ilR rllr 1 Large Stock Of RUGS AND DRUGGETS IN NEWEST DESIGNSd NEW FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY 4 DIG LOT NEW AND SECOND NAND FURNITURE HANDLED SEP ARATELY UNDERTAKING STOCK FULL AND COMPLETE GEO 9 PRUITT foreland Ky 11i 1 Rev W S Willis pastor of tho HUB tonvlllo Christian church Is attending the Sunday school convention at Win chester Ho will return In time to Sunday however An clcsint Hairdrewktfi SodiUM Chlorld SOAdjournmentTheCrossett rnvm would not Hair pat K up Shoe I When it comes to dress wear Crossett Shoesi are what you want We have every style last and color Work Shoes 1 t i 4- vu 4 And medium weight We have a line the best made from hand sewed to amachlnc made Ve have the Inpestructable Shoe for the farm that we absolutely guarantee If not good money rcfundeq or a new pair Ask your neighbor J I i II SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky n SCHOOL SHOES Buy your Childrens School ShoesfroniL L Sanders and get a nice School Box with each pair f u L L SANDERS Crab Orchard Kentucky