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HTANFOHD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, OCTODER 7th 1910 No. 61. r' Little Dan Cupid Had a Merry, PROMINENT YOUNG Payne-Bronaugh Merry Time Terry-Ran-ey in bHEtK The MARRY I Community Roberts-Spoonam- This . Week YOUNG ELOPERS Many More Marriages I ore MERRY CHASE FOR COUPLE i r? COUPLE QUIETLY WED ALBERT 0. FLORENCE AND MISS SARAH OAUQHMAN MARRY WEDNE8DAY EVENING. to thu rosldcnco ol I) M Walker, pastor of the lle Christian clutn.li on Wednesday night Mr Albert II Florence nml Mls Suru V Laughman wore miirrlcil, nml loft for Knoxvllle, to spend their honrv moon nt tho Afpnlnchluu Exposition Tho popular couple tmd kept well tlielr secret or the time ot the imp tUI, thouph It had leaked out that they nen soon to occur Tlio onlj Attendant nt tho wedJIng were Geo. JJ Florence, brother of tho groom nnd 311m Elizabeth Daughman, sister of the bride. Tho gride woro u btcom-lo- t tailor-madunit of blue, with traveling hat to match mid was very She Is thu second daughter of Mr. and Mm M. S Daughman, nnd few more opulur ouiir ladles liavu ever married In Lincoln county Of bright jud happy deposition, the linn ttie ruru capacity to make friends Join In congratulations to the groom wherever sho goes and over) one will upon winning of such un Ideal helpe PROMINENT EAST END COUPLE WED IN LANCASTER C'leik George II Cooper licence to It II llrojiniigh, Jr., and Mis Hllzabeth l,n)ne, both of Crab Ordimi, to wed, and the popular young couple were mmle man nnd wife nt Ijincnstcr on Thursday ThHr nae were given to tho clerk nt 22 nnd lit, repectlvoly. Mr Uronnugh I n son Mid namesake of Col 11. II. Ilrnnaugh, one or the most tiibatanjlal citizens or the Hast Hnd of tho county He Is very popular In the younger circles nnd ban TWELVE VOUNO HEARTS HAPPY RECENTLY MADE POPULAR YOUN. COUPLE ntLS POPULAR at YOUNG vtinvun WED .. ., MMMM E lounty tyilttlv tlrltlne i the hearty congratulation of everyone iiion winning such n bonnlo bride for the former Miss Pa) lie has been one of tho belles of that section mil Is counted very beautiful nnd attractive Tobacco Brings $13.91 AT SALE OF POOLED CROP LEXINGTON MARKET Lexington, Oct U IN ft JH u. The widely advertised auction sale of the tobacco In tho Hurley Society's pool or 11'0'J began here Thursday nlternoon nnd "Vi hogtlonda were sold before the meet. d.ij wns done nt prices ranging from Mt Florence In one of the moot U lo 110 S3, the total solos averaging ' prominent young men In Stanford, be- JIS'JI The sale will be resumed toing Mayor of the city, and Assistant morrow morning nnd continued until i'o'tmustcr lie Is the eldest son of It Is cither stopped by the order of tho Mr and Mrs. J C Florence, nnd Is society's otllclals or all of the pool Is popular with over) one sold I'pon their return home Sunday rlco realized was 7ae average will go to probably disappointing to the society, v, evening tho bridal pair Housekeeping In n cottage on ensl us It vh more than 4 cents los than ijn street. the average or IS cents at which tie tobacco In this pool was oMclally priced, when olered at private sale Aug. Brodhead. in. while the hlgbeit price realized cents, not much t ixl ay was but 18 .'orn and tobacco cutting Is about higher than the average price which ovtr, wheal towing has begun hat be- - the society otllclals had estimated all pool should bring ' kuu In earnest nnd Judging from tho of the There were about 2. brokers and amount of tcrtlllzcrs that has been repreaeutnttvcB or Independent manuhauled from this place, a large acreage facturer In attendance at the sale and the bidding tip to a limited prlc will be sown An ominous and spirited was At tho County Contention of the tact, brisk however, was Uiat the American International Sunday School Union Tobacco Company, whlchi handles held at l.itr't chappel last Sunda), most pf the hurley tobacco produced no Mr. Hurdette Chestnut, of Illatt, was in this country, hod, apparently no at the ' elected president, Knv W U. Fish, representative as could sale, sent the be told by bid. and, so tar of Mt. Vernon, Vlc President, nnd Indications. Intends to completely ig.', W. H. Sowdcr ot thla place, sucretary. nore the sale have The society claims t, iwv. A. J I'iKr, assisicu oy j . hogsheads In Its 1909 topool or 150,000 which McClary, of Stanford, conducted ten It sold last August l.fioo funeral service! of Mrs Francisco it announced the Reynolds Company, hogsheads to last Monday North Carolina. or Winston Salem, Vaughn, of Uulsa Ky . Stau 1 hercfore. It now bos on hand to be W J. worker for tho International Sunday disposed of at this sale 118.CU0 hogsteresttng lecture here Sunday nfght. heads. Walter Vanarsdale, or Uoyle. lie Missed When 1 Is Mrs guest or her parents, Mr. nnd subject: "Will the Die." Mrs II It. Camnltz at llustonvllte Hev, J T. Uosklns, who Is now loDr. George Frith left Tuesday tor Louisville where he will complete his cated at I.oulsvllle, spent several days 'courso In dentistry We expect him here this week William McKechnle, or Hubble. Is to return to up a genuine lull fledged In Montlrello ror a visit to relatives. , tooth fixer. Miss Ilerta Jean Penny, one of meeting of th Slanlords' charming oung daughters, Tho 5th Sunday spent the day with Danville friends Executive Uoard or the Rockcastle yesterday, Adv ocate will (Missionary Baptist Association Messrs J. K. and Jones ilaughmnn likely meet nt Mt. Vernon on tho Oth have contracted for the building or a "(Sunday In this month. Urge tobacco warehouse In Moreland Uorn, to Mr. and Mrs. William wtsih Is rented to a Louisville tobac-1cqtnpany, which will buy tobacco Mrs Mary rXHti, a ten pound boy there this winter. Albright Mrs. M, B. Wllmott, Mlsb Helen Bayers and Mis Clyde Wllmott, "Dog Fall" are In Knoxvllle this week Fred Dur-ha- , bookkeeper for V. J. Sparks Co bad moved hi family to Mt Vernon IN CANINE KILLING CAata BEFORE JUDGE BAILEY. and taken rooms at tho Mt Vernon hotel. Hrak Durham Is working In A "dog fall" was had In two dog '"tho telegraph office for a few nights cases County Judge At Mt. Vernon. Mrs, Celia Turpln Is .Tames tried before I Dalley this wetk. In tho Hazel Patch litis first case Tipton Sims of King's Moun with relative at eek, W. II Tucker, who has been tain sued Arthur Murphy ror J50 ror sick for a long tlmo was ablo to re- killing his dog, and Judge Hal ley hand ed down a Judgment in lav or or tho sume work with tfcr bridge carpenters defendant .Murphy, It being shown bn the railroad Monday, r Ed Wil- that ounlne was running at large and liams nml wire of Junction City are proving very much of a nuisance ut home with roUUves here. Mrs. lllllle Wil- M u r ply's was A jury culled for to hear Uio liams, of Junction City Is visiting her case of William l.avr, marshal ot daughter Mr. Charles Lyons hero this KustonUllo against Mr Drown, or the week. Mrs. B. W, Parker of Ilocky same city, who was charged with havMount, Va, Is hero with her daughter ing slain one or the morstftl's tine The jury gave. Lair a Mra. Dr. Gravely thla week. Mlssob bloodhounds. less erdlct 5,jm nnd Lela Albright Ilanda Tat belongingror to150Drown $3 ror chickens which the dog wero visiting friends was alleged to have killed and Susie Cable It was shown In thla case that the dog was In ML Vernon first of week off Drown' property, having Jumptd ovei Into the cemetery when he was TO THE PUBLIC ,' It Is with pleisuro that I recom-sHOt- e shot. Jnsur-.MicUnder tho dog law now on tlo Jesse D. Wearen, The valuable Man,Stanford, Ky, to tho Insur- statute booku, a canine la ono caning public for tho very prompt and property, being taxable nnd liberal settlement or loss by fire to not be slain with Impunity at Rowland. Ky, that Ht) store-rooWOR8E THAN BULLETS. occurred last Bunday morning Oct 2, lluIHa have often caused lessI our J C Napier. Signed, 1K. W forlng to soldier than eczema, Harrlman. Durllngton, Me , got lit the FOR MORE THAN THREE army, and surrered, with, forty yonrs. ivi ' liniu.v and Tar has been a "Hut Ducklen a Arnica Salvo cured mo Urcot liO'isehold favorite for coughs, told when all elso failed," he writes, Dolls. sores, ami ailments of the throat, chest and cat healer for Wounds, L leers, lirulsps and lutS. Coutnlns no opiates anugara Rurni, Cuts, at Penny's Drug Store 5 cents Piles and Tanner 1- -4 1 0 , T'-Vm Mi Dolly Terry nnd Mr Robert M Ranoy wore married nt the homo of the brides father, .1 W. Torry at Nenl's Creek thiee miles from the city Wctinescpy evening nt 7 o clock Rev. J J Dlckoy olfklatlng A goodly com pany ot neighbors nnd frlnds witness ed tlif mnrrlage Immediately nrtcr tho ceremony nil repaired to the Clay Wtiil, a young Lincoln roun- - chinch nearby where the oDIclatlng conducted tv fanner, nnd MIfr Myrtle Doling ot rulnlstci Air. services. Riney Pulaski, were married by Mr Single- - while Is n deserving joung man tre bride In pne or most ton at thu courthouse nfier thev had and popular oung Indies of seemed llroiue from tho county dork. Klvei :il 21 nnd IK "heir ig's Hustonville. W '" of PuluslEl. Wit trer, aged l.", nnd Miss Mn '. Mr Charles Wheeler and wiro nnd wor mnrrl'O ut tho home of Kstes Wlbli' on Spt J' n and will ti.nKe Miss Kossle Worthlngton nnd Rev. C. 11. nialne, or our city motored down thli li iim In I'iiIiiskI i.utity to Uuilsvllle ono day last week After A )oung Casoy county couple, Wll ID, nnd shopping there tic afternoon nnd llat.i Wentherford. aged morning they returned home Mary l.f'vett, ngei' lb, tcureii lltono here nnd were made man pud wile by another route nnd all the trip mndo nt the home or the bride at Klllsburg In Mr. Wheeler's new automobile withJohn T Hrackett aged "Jl an Miss out a minute stop ror repairs or other Ksther Yocii'i, aged 18 were granted trouble. Services will be held nt the Presb)-terlnlicense nnd united In wedlocks hoi) bonds it tho home ot tJeorge l.lnthl-cuchurch Saturday morning Oct on Oct. 1 Many congratulations Stli, nt ten o'clock Communion Sabwere extended this popular pall bath morning. Sabbath bcIiooI ten o'Cnry It Dlaln, pastor. All inClay Russell of Morelnnd and .Mis clock Mottle Mcllee, were granted llconso vited. Work on the new school-houshere nuu Rev. lliiike pertoruied tho near ceremony which made them man nnd Mat Reynold's residence Is progresswire or. Saturday. Oct 1, in the pres- ing and the building will bo rondj ror ence of friends nnd relatives. Ilotli occupancy within n week or ten days. Driving nlong highway a rew days their nges were given r.s 20 enri. since when crisp temperature and nbsence or wraps suggested arctic re- Last of Her Generation jglons nnd animals like polar bears hat were never caught wlthuut thoir MISS MARY PEPPLES PASSES overcoats, we suddenly looped up for AWAY DIED IN ORDER OF a moment we hnd nnd supposed t come to the that Dr. Cook THEIR BIRTH. planted nt the north pole; to be disillusioned on neater approach, observMiss Mpry Pepples aged 81 years ing a rente rail thrust In a hole In tne died at her homo In the country last nlddle o' in" roil nt a Omipir filFriday, Sept, Jit, and was laid to rest on Saturday, in the (ioshen cemetery, ial, "urlh r .i'oi? unothei n litis? mu bioki after services by Rev J (3 Livings- or center or road and a brul ton Miss Pepples was the last sur- In by Horton's thrashing outfit 2nd vivor of a generation of u remarkable another neu- - tho Pipes and Dell I ome, family. She was the eighth child and things oungest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. badly needing repair. These superin.Vultuy road I 'Irani Pepples, very pecullur suggest that the and feature about the death of the chil- tendent shouil ieybu& or negligence dren of this prominent and respected promises dams' suiu in IiIk amounts. couple was that their death occurred rs. .1 P. Itlfie, or Hrlanger. h islt-InIn order or their births. Miss Mary berelatives .i?"--. .Miss Annie Runey ing the youngest and the lost to pass over the river All ot the tamlly were Dunn has relume 1 homo irc.n u very long lived. The rather living to three wpeka vim with Mrs. the rlp) age or 93 while the mother Dan Traylor and other beor the children Uvred to CI None tween Stanford :ind Crab )ri)Mrd died under 75 years. At 8:20 V M. there la a plinet visiTho the names ot the children and the dates or thlr births and detths ble in the north east liorl'.en at about Sally J. Ih.ll. bom June 2,. ISIS; died 10 degrees higher that Is more remark Jan. 22. 1902. Dotay Ann Spoona-mor- able than Halley's comet. Its rapid born 1816; died 1893, William movements seem to be up and down Pepples, born 1817, died 1899. Pepples, born 18J1; died 1897. back and ror ward ami from right to left and during these evolutlcuj It John Pepples. born 18W. died James Pepples. born 1326; died 1907; throu-- volumes ot assorted colors oft Divld Pepples, born 18i8; died 19Q9. its body. and Mary Pepples, born 1830; died The old superstition that lightning 1910. Hlran. Feline the rather or this never strikes twice In the .same place rought in the war of 1M2, In Is shattered not only by the clay Col. Shelby's reglmenL and was cap- statue at Lexington, but by a particutured and forced to run tho gauntlet lar locust tree In a row near James by the Indians and was severely wounded. His descendants are among Huston's on Danville pike. About one the best known citizens In this part month ago Mr. Huston saw a horse or the State and noted ror their Indus- staggered by the shock and barely try nnd hoipltallty. abte to maintain his rooting, though not seriously hurt. Limbs from same WALTER At tho home ot Rev. (larland Singleton on Wednesday evening, Marlon K'irit nnd Miss Sarnh Rogers, both e of this county wero united In Tboy hnve a great tunny rrlends who will wish them much mnr-rhg- Mr. Sam M. Spoonamore, of this Pln-- e nnd Allss Olile Mne Roberta or Junction City, surprised tlielr many rrlends by going to KnoxMilo Tuesday where they wero happily united In wedlocks hol bonds that evening at 7 an nt the homo of Rov J. W. Wuller pattor of the Denderlc Avenue Uep-tlst DUNN AND MISS CARO-LINLOGAN STEAL A MARCH . ON FRIENDS estl-nnbl- o .pim, n- -d j. n n da ghter of Mr and Mrs. Hiram Rober s Is highly cultured, pretty nnd popular while bIih Is richly endowed with that sweet nnd lovable disposition 'so loved by all Tie groom a son of Mr nnd Mm. L S. Spoonamore, Is n brtght capable nnd energetic young man, for honesty truthfulness and uprightness of charac ter he has no peer nnd holds very worthy tho honor or the woman's lxfut he has won. Atter spending a, rew days nt tho Appalachian Exposition, they will re turn to Stantord where the will re side nt tin- - home or the groom's par ents for the present church The bride All Records Broken ATTENDANCE AT CITY SCHOOL STILL GROWS HONOR ROLL V ring-star- i g frh-La- s e, Ma-Hild- a W Mrs. Mary J. Spears DIES AT MORELAND AFTER LONG ILLNESS. and one of i... Ka, ifnrnvn unnien in the West hnd died ut her homo Tuosdav after noon She had own m ior mree Mrs. veurs from heart disease. Chris-....bptnrs was n most excellent ...- nun in.iv. nml iiml lioen a member of ihj rbiurch for tht .. Chrlstlununa in tho many years. i Hustonville .i. i.. ceiueterv. Tuesday morning nt 10:30 o'clock Deceased was in uie cm ot her age She Is survived by her husband, Mr J J- - bponra. and six Carpenter, ot S. T children-M- rs. Hustonville; Mr ". ?"'-,"""- T Fannie Spears. Mrs. T. D. J.SpeftVs, "ot Moreland, Jt'rs. Mary J Br"r wir of Mr ' .. tree indicated another stroke the lirst succeeding storm. Heine disabled for life lately. I am anxious to sell my two hundred acre t.iri.i at a very low price to muko a i'jUa sale. Situated In a ery desirable locality, close to churches, school and store, w Ith a new nine room metal root dwelling. Large metal root to bacoo bam, tenant houses, stock barns ets , splendidly fenced. For prlco und terms to suit the most economical, ad dress at ouce P. O Dox 182 Huston tij.2 ville, "Kv Corn cutting has begun In earnest with a good acreage and jleld. Tho targe tubacco crop is housed in tine shape and the prospects for a good ". Moreland. Clayton Alcorn and Mts R. i Cooper, ot Nicholas- boro, Mo., Is hero vllle and in Stanford. GO )eara ago and THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE . i. i ... t. d.oir nr price are quite flattering Gilbert, of Middles- visiting bis klnrolU He lott this county la surprised ut the progress mjde during these ncerul decades. Home and farm one full year, reguHlorolanu our railroad suburb baj 80c lar price. operutors , named telegraph two Uncle Remus Home Magazine, regu- Fllnchem nnd Urouse, In the employ J lar price. or the Cincinnati Southern Good Housekeeper full year, reguIt Is known to all men around this lar price plnco thut whiskey Is being sold Evnlng Post, dally, 3 mon'hi, deriantly and boldly Our $1.25 trustees could suppress this lawless The Interior Journal your home trattlc In ono day it they would. Thore $1.00 paper full year, will bo Indictments enough returned Here you have a value of $5.25 at our next circuit court, to keep the . All for $2.00 for a short time only. parties lu Jail for tho next five years Send or bring your order In at once The evidence U dally accumulating tc The Interior Journal, St'nford, and will be preiented nt tho proper Ky.. This offr It not good where the time, Evening Post has an agenL ',-X- Te Prof J W . Ireland has announced the Honor Roll of the C.iy School lor tlrst month of the fall term. The average attendance of the scl luol Is 341 and detained for about three hours. pupils n day, breaking all previous The pretty faco and sparkling diarecords and this promises to be the. monds worn by the girl attracted a yenr of the beat public school banner !n tho stat. The September honor crowd or curious spectators at tho Catching Hotel, where they had been roll In ns follows: Primary Viola Elmore, Willie Mur- taken by the otricbr. A telephone mes phy, Adelaide Proctor, Leila Cook saye rrom the ch er or police at Dan Ranoy. Crude I. ulauys Arnold, Kathenne ville, at the Inst: nee of Dave Logan, Hrauy, Oscar Dalley, Josephine Oooch, the uncle nnd g mrdlan of the girl. Mattie Klncald, Isabel Warren, J.ar-gar- caused their arrei t. Pettus. Enough to brl e a judge or Jury Urade II Marie Powell, Margaret Shanks, Kftle Farmer, Joe Crimes, Geo. were tbo appeals ot the sweet-raceF. Farrls. girl ror a way out of their predicament Grade III Frank Cordler, Mary Hill man began negotiating Carman Walker Hubble, Janle Hocker The joung Morris Jackson, Sophie Saunders, with attorneys aid the county judge with a view to Instituting habeas corJohn D. White. Grade IV Tllden Cooper, John Held pus proceedings tol obtain their release McK.nney, Annette Wearen. Hobart Arnold, Lottie rrom custody, butlsuch a course was Grade Drlgnt. Anna V. Cralg. Leon Davis, unnecessary, for the heart or the good r'rances Kmbry, Benne Good, Morris natured chief had already been reachBruce, Kathryn Harris, Lee Mershon, ed by the maiden and the intercession Smith Rankin, Bene Russell, Anna H. of her score or more or Powell. Matsy rrlends among the natives. Grade VI Jean Paxton. Grimes, Mary Jarvls, Emily Murphy. Free advice came rrom all sides lx.ttle v McKlnney, Eha Rlgney, and soon It was decided that they Hartwoll Shun-- a, Joe T. Embry, Grace should be taken in a carriage through Napier, Clinton v.oleman, Ethel Powell, Sarah Hundley, Martha Raney, the country safely over the Tennessee Adella nussell, Isabel Reynolds, Grace border, at Jellico, 4 4 miles away. Hurst, Sam mil. Volunteers to pilot and guard them Grade A II James Tnbble. Maud Arnold, Bessie Moore, Selma Routon, over the rough, dirk mountain road Ett.e Ware. were not bard to ft id, and Frank. Mul- Grade VIII Mary Shepherd Cook, lin and Lavolck Thompson were quiet Sallle M. Crang. nna,D. McRoberts, ly selected. The pirty lert London at Mary Moore Raney, Ma) me Singleton Class Etfle Baugbman, five o'clock this evjenlng expecting to Robert Carter. travel all night, pave Logan and Sophomore Class Harry RelnharL Frank Logan, uncles and other relaSenior Class Sallle Burdette. Elizatives of the young voman are making beth Hlgglus, Joseph Hopper. Xvantlc efforts to halve her apprehend PUBLIC SALEl ed and held. 1 sell place one and hair At Corbln and other points which miles rrom Crab Orchard on the Stan- the party must pass! they will doubtford pike on less be sought by sleuths anxious to Tuesday, October 11th take In the rich reward offered by tho 1 milk cow; 3 good work horses; 1 uncles. The two guards however are wagon; 1 buckboard and har- known all over Eeaatern Kentucky ness. 1 set ot wagon harness; almost tor their daring and bravery, aud they new; 1 cultivator; 1 turning plow. declare that the youthrul pair "hall Lot more farming Implements, good not be molested until they are landed hay trame, about 15 acres of corn In satoly over the Tennessee border. field. 470 bales or good bay, lot o! Miss Logan Is very wealthy having household and kitchen furniture. more than $100,000 held In trust for Sale begins promptly at 10 A. M. her. She resides most of tho time In lerms given on day or sale Seattle, but has spent the summer Col J. P. Chandler, auctioneer. with relatives at Danville, where she JOHN M. COLSON. lias been a great favorite In socloty. circles. Charles Cecil, tne wen Known AND A GENEROUS CHARITABLE young capitalist and pattner with Col. WISH. business "I wish all might know-- ol the bene Dunn In the automobile fit I received from your Foley's Kid drove the eloping couple In hia touring ney remedy," savs 1. N, Regan, Fur Danville to Richmond, where mcr, Mo. Ills kldnevs and bladder car from Louisville they boarded a south-boungave him so much pain, misery and annoyance, be could not work, nor & Nashville train. sleep. He says Foley's Kidney RemeShugars dy completely cured him CAPT. BOGARDUS AGAIN HITS and Tanner. THE BULL'S EYfc. Thi- - wnrlH fnmniiR rifle nhnt holds the championship record of 100 Public Sale pigeons lu luu consecutive auuu, .. living nt Lincoln III. RecenUy Inter-.!.... i, "I Buttered a long 1 will nn Having sold my place time with kidney and bladder trouble muuw Thursday, October 13th and used several reat in A. M., three miles from Stanford medicines, all of whkh gave nc. Kid- Foley s on the Danville pike sell tho following lief until I started taking .-- 1 good maro HWJf ,1111. Ilnfnrn I IIHwl PolOV'S Kid,,v,w. described property I'llia r old, 1 six enr om ney Pills I had severe uacnucues mm uiulo eight combined more w Ith mule colt at aide, pains In my kidneys with suppression 1 two ear old hair Shetland pcvy and , cloudy voiding On arising In broke to ride and drive, 2 Jersey cows tho morning l wouiu gei uuu Now 1 have taken three botand two suckling calovs, 2 yearling feel Jersey lioirers. n few meat hogs also tles of Foley's Kidney Pills and both-- i am nover four tiO nound Ahoats, nousehold anu 100 per cent better I or bladder and i.uh mv ki.inuva kitchen furniture, some lull onions, a again feel like my own self ' Shugars fovv dozen chlckenv I und Tanner J. B. BRYAN. d new-mad- o 1 at-md weu-Kuuw- Walter Dunn, of Danvlllo and Miss Caroline of Seattle, Wash., wero married In Jellico, Tenn., Wed- -' neMtay atter a most romuntlc elopo-nt. i hey were made man and by a Tennessee magistrate, whllo standing under n largo sycamore tree. They hnd Just crossed the State order niter nn exciting cnusu rrom London, where thej were takn oir n train by the chler or police In on effort to prevent tho elopement. .Mr Dunn Is a nephuw or Mrs. M. S. Daughman, of this cilj, nnd Is well known here having come hero very frequently lutely i give demonstra-tion- s of the Overland auto for which he Is ngent in this section. The bride is nn orphan nndls sold to be worth iU ,e0 in her otn right. She Is a niece of Col. Dave? Logan, of Danville, and Is related to Dr. Steele Dalle", formerly of th's city. A dispatch from London to the city papers Wednesday morning told or the elopement ns follows Ixjndou, Ky., Oct. 4. On their way to Jellico, Tenn , to get married, Walter Dunn, tho 20-- j ear-olson of Col. I M. Dunn, of Danville, Ky., one ot the wealthiest and most prominent business men of Doyle county, and pretty Miss Caroline Logan, a ounjj woman of wealthy Seattle, Wash., parents were taken from n Louisville and Nnshvllle train here this arternoon by Chler ol Police George W. Marcura, o d Ul y A I THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL "" FRIDAY", OCTOBER 7th 11119. - - ljZI KifLa I i m lt t..:-,4- m m i t ' V,, , : f.-:- - - :y&: 7 $". Pf - JPS' M ... --' , r 4' ft JL V i ; r' J hi n i lit The State Bank & Trust Company, Mi : "... , ', 4 X ' 1 - .' 'w, ' . - Cordially Invites You to Call on if...'& ; Saturday: October 8, 'io On the Occasion of Its FORMAL OPENING - i o STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. J 'A 1 , " 'v ' J ' ' jf. : T; .J .4 ; ;-- r - . '. '?Tim:3k0$r7rt .. ta? , ' . . t . - v 'V.- - ( ..;. .-- m r. i :, , .,..jW ji isnr m V- - ,;." "; , Attn u . '.si t , ; r,. . brnmrp I. -- yiv ;ti,. i "i , U -- '" .' c( .. ' ;.- - - ft "f ,f ; fl iliMfriiii riniHiiiiiljii t0tmmmifiinnim j iwinMiiKijliiy' - i .... 'rggg 111 mm jyifealsaiaettWi1 jtl""l'A""!.',";?M,f.i,y a'u,'."",uw8" - HU DAY, OCTOBER 7th 1910 I T1IK BTANFORD KUNTUt'KY INTERIOR JOURNAL -" TAHEI B Everybody Lodks For - 3 !i f R sr' j i mm , i tome and take a look at duf new goods, our store is chock full of bargains. Whet -. we say bargains that means something for our customers. You don't have to go to big towns to buy your goods at a REASONABLE PRICE. the newest colors and styles in fall hats for both men and boys. l i e have a full line of men and boys' clothing, something new and the prices wilT suit the customers. Be sure to look at our overcoats and hats we have in any price Sweater they want, Wen and Our line of Coat Sweaters is complete. We can fit Men, Women yard,Children fail to and don't lookl.atour Cloaks for Ladies t hJvP Hi? lot of Outing Cloth, the best cloth on the market for 10c goods--N- o last winter's goods left over to sell this Fall. We have a nice line of silk d Children They are all new wcuauuga. uui nnc ui unuciwcai cam. nH wool scarfs facinators, gloves, Deits, conars, wouien uresb guuus, gmguuu:9 iShp-i- t Men .' our stock of shirts, collars and ties are just what you are looking for. I know you have to buy shoes this ,. T Hr,. buv. Our line of dress shoes is as pretty as can be bought. .. wiv of , line of shoes before vou rail ana wcuil yuu f will wear nnr longer than any shoe you can buy elsewhere. nrvd our work shoes We will save you money on every piece you buy from our store. T nnk at our Oueensware. ' . ;, ; , i il- - ". -- . J 50 dozen uveraiib ai ::, asuumtc p :oo -- frkf nnorlnvnnlv v..w.7 "W ' .' i 1 SftTURDftYOGT.15 i 1' HI If IS ' Best on earth for the money. We will sell this cotton at this price one: 1 Vorrl wide sheeting at 5 cents per yard. . After that day it will be 7c per yard. Oct aa?u: a rJce school box with every pair of school shoes you buy at this place. We have lots of nnd ink. We will sell you the best 5c tablet ever made, for 3c. each. Always look at our candy i ?"ir:XL f; candy in Crab Orchard. Evmicometotown, We carry the most complete line oftfpf .ac fn hnv romR anc4 ollr nrice on groceries. We certainly can save youm house must go at a sacrifice price, on them" Every piece of summer goods in our highest market nrce for produce. 15. Fvprvnodv come. We will give every customer a souvenir that visits our store on Oct Yours For Trade, jht Jja U1fX SlV1 2 'rlic ai I Lv ..v - ! , jikHtl Li CRAB ORCHARD, KY. s 1 At ND A R Op m 2. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, OCTOHBR 7th Pleasant Point ncv. Cokcr filled hi appointment at the Baptist church Sunday in mo nitcrnoon one comer' was baptized by The Interior Journal. Established 1871. WATER PROOF That's a great word but we think we have a right to use it when speaking of our WATER PROOF Clothing. ;i VBnY TUESDAY AND FIirDAY hlra. At $1 Per Year In Advance. Kllas Harmon sold to V. S. Ullllland a houso and lot nt King's .Mountain HELTON SAUFLEY Publisher for Jkfco. M. 1). Wall bought of Hcv. Single Entered at tbo Post Office at Stanton a cow at a good price. Ky., as Second Class mall. to ford, Jnroh N'nnce sold a nice shoat Dan ester for $ti. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Kllza Sims is ery III nt her PROMPT PAYMENT. HARNESS ON A HORSE For Circuit Judge hnmp nnir l'arlor drove. of all losses Is a feature of the tire should be made so ns to give him perThe Interior Journal is authorized Little Clarence Jacobs Is suffclng to nnnouncc Charles A. Hardin as a Insuranco companies wo represent. fect comfort Wc carry everything with throat trouble. candidate for Circuit Judge of the Hove us Issue you a policy so that required in hnrness nnd horse goods, Howard Sweeney la ifndlfcposcd. Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist, at the fire Jacob Nance, Wllllam'Dye and Peter election to be held November, 1911, In case In a does com0 you will be In- but only the best nnd most reliable company that sured makes Condor with their wlfes were lslt' subject to the action of tbo Demo- - prompt nnd liberal settlements. Our Unci. It you need harness for lug K. Harmon Sunday, companies neither haggle over pen fnrm wagon or for a racing sulky, ui The only gains made by republicans nies nor stand on trivial technicali wilt get the best of Its kind at Hulan Carrier and wife visited Mr. J. C. McCLARY. Stan'ord, Ky. and Mrs. D. Uaxter nt Eubanks last this fall, so far lis wc have noticed ties. havo been at a point where they won't week. W. S. FISH Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ullllland spent do much good in helping the G. U. P. PHONE 200 STANFORD, KY. DisSunday with bis parents In I'utaakl. retain control ot Congress. sons patches say the "Republicans" have Mrs. Green Carrier and llttlo Notice Vre with Mrs. Benjamin Hutchinson oterturned the monarchy in Portugal, ' for a few days. Mrs, Myra Thome of seized the gqvenment nd chased Cynthlana, Is visiting the family of K. the young aking from the palace and es tabllshed republic. Besides beWe have a saw mill for sale with T. Charles Dunnlngton Is nlso ing about the only Instance this Reof engine, bailer 30 a pleasant visitor, here. A member publican success this year, it also pre,of our people contemplate going to vents the unique spectacle of the re a new caw mill for sale, ',4 cash, bal publicans Chestnut Hldge Sunday to hear the establishedaligning themselves against ance in two, four and six months, monopoly and waging nev. Oodbey lecture. learned war upon the classes. with good notes. King's Mountat n U. W. Ellison has rented bis store The "regular' Democrats of Ten Planing Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. building which lt nearlng completion, n.bee hao nominated United States to Hugh Jacobs. He t1I1 keep a full Senator Robert L. Taylor for govern PUBLIC SALE, line of groceries. or against the Independent-republicaREAL SANITARY PLUMBING. of and daughter candidate, CapL Hooper. Heros hop Mrs James Gooch GARRARD COUNTY LAND Saves Its cost over and over ngitln In V.tb. Jennie Kaly were visiting Mrs. ing me old fiddle and bow will prove their potency once more to hold TenE. O. Ollllland last week. Ideation at Point Lenvell on L. Ac lessened doctor's bill. But you must nessee true to her first love. N. R. It., and on Lancaster and Rich bo sure that It Is real. It Isn't the W. C. Alford and son are preparing mond pike, G trifles east ot Iancnster to erect a new residence. white basin nnd nickeled pipes that Ky. work-luKings Mountain. Oeorge Hogue who has been make sanitary plumbing. It Is the OCT. lGth. DATE: SATURDAY way they are put together. Hac us at Eubanks spent a few days with 1910, at 2 o'clock P. M., 210 acres to bomefolks here. Jack frost Is expected early this be sold In two separate tract as ful do your plumbing. We have the 1C7 acres with Improvements Ueo. Dradley salesman for the Louis year. The cool nights are giving us lows: "know how." 5 acres 34 acres of unlmproed-lnnd- . ville Vinegar Works was here last tine signs. Miss Sue Ronton of this nlaee. is with a dwelling. 3 acres with 3 K. WARNER, week. Mrs. C. L. Hensley continues with ner room store building. Each tract mother at Highland. Stanford, Ky. very ill. Mrs. William Jenkins who up an Phone 1S8. sir. and Mrs. M. G. Murphy were fronts on pike. Sale Is to wind estate, nnd will be to highest bidder has been suffering for some time is with her mother Saturday. Miis Ethel Lee is visiting In the and is strictly nn absolute sale, withnot expected to recover. city this week. out reserve, by bid or llmlu Terms Lloyd Padgett bought of Fred Gooch s Little Marie Caldwell is on the sick easy. This a farm with one mule and sold same to James splendid Improvements. Write us for list. LANCA8TER, KY. Buncn for a good profit. Miss Ottie Walls and mother were detailed description and full particu BUYER OF Mrs. E. Harmon invites the Indies In the city Sunday. lars. Possession January 1st, 1911. Mr. Urban Singleton, of W'ayneo-bur- g millinery which inAll to call an see her HUGHES &.SWINEBROAD was up Sunday to see bis best Lancaster, Ky. cludes some of the newest New York girl. Stanford Branch T. K. Tuaor, M'g'r. and Parisian stles. Colonel Gooch, wife and children, WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: are visiting their cousin at Lexington tegs and Danville. c hens Mr, Dud Gooch spent Sunday with Public Sale IMSo Fryers his wife and son here. c Master Stanle Falconbury Is on Turkeys the sick list. Haing sold my farm I will on Ducks Uorn, to the wife of George Ualnes Roosters, per lb Wednesday, October 12, 1910 a fine boy. R. H. Coflcy E. R. Coleman O. L. Tenor c WJ Hides per lb Mr. and Mrs. Wick Caldwell were one mile east of Marcellus on Fisher pair mare mules 6 fc 7 with his mother at Waynesburg SunFeathers Ford pike, sell .jears old, 15 1 hand high, weight day. LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN Mr Nelson Goocch and family of year-hug2,400 pounds; 2 pair mare mules, this place have moved to Danville. EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. 13 bauds high, good ones; Phone 1S3 Mr. and Ms. Luther Floyd Lave We can please you. years old, IB moted to Indiana. 5 1 pair horse mules. hands; 1 pair of Horses, 4 years old; G. Riddle old; J pair ALL MY PIMPLES GONE 1 pair horses 6 years STIRRING TIMES. horses 2 ears old; I saddle mare and Girl Tells How a Blotchy Skin Was Cleansed by a Simple ash colt, by Outime"; one brood mare CRAB ORCHARD, KY. we are hav:ng In the building line. "1 was ashamed of my face,' write and colt; 2S fat hogs from 200 to 300 Buyer of pigs, good ones; Miss Minnie Plckard, of Altamabaw, We carry a full line, of lime, plaster, pounds, 4 sovs and pimples and cement and exerrthlng else needed All kinds of farm produce and am 1 Duroc 223 pound bo.tr; 21 yearling N. C "it was, all lull of 3mg U. D. D. Prescars, but rattle; 2 lmrsc wagons; 2 hay frames; scription 1 after nojf that now there U lor building, Eerj thing purchased pajlng today for; can 1 KMO 10c 2 Superior drills,; 1 mower; no sign of that eczema and that was here will be founl of the best quali- Hens 19c ty and the best for intended purposes. Kggs 2 large push rakes; 1 dump three years ago." D D. D. has become so famous as a We will sae you trouble and unnecta Springers 11 to 11 rake,; 1 hay press; 2 No. 1 tarpaulins; cure nnd Instant relief In eczema nnd 5 to 5 c an Roasters 1 buckdoard; 3 sets of buggy harness; all other serious skin diseases that Its tary expense by sending to us for ana narness, nnd value Is sometimes overlooked 1 Frazier road cart In estimate. 12 to 13c Turkeys complete set of terming tools or every clearing up rash pimples, blackheads, ' Sc 71 Ducks A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. description. All the forming tools are and all other minor forms of skin im6 to 7c Midi's 60 pounds purities. practically new. 50 shoats The fact is, that while D. U. D Is 3c XJ 15 Feathers and 6 brood sows. so penetrating that it strikes to the Public Sale on the grounds ery root of Eczema or any other Chick-eDinner will be served Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and G. C. ROSS, Marcellus, Ky. serious trouble, the soothing oil of Feed for sale or In exchange for I. M. Dunn, Auct. Wintergreen, Thymol and other In Stanford, Kentucky. Having sold our farm two miles Produce. gredienU are so carefully compound east of Crab Orchard, on Dix Rier Phone 20. ed there is no wash for the skin made known as the O. P. Newland farm, "IT BEATS ALL." is quoted from a letter of M. that can compare with this great we will offer for sale publicly on This Stockwell, annibal. Mo. "I recently household remedy for every kind ol Thursday, October, 13, used Foley's Honey and Tnr for the SKTii "Trouble. following described property th first time. To say I am pleased does work mules, 1 pair of fouryear-olD. D. D. Is pleasant to use perfectnot half express my feelings. It I beats 1 work mare with conused. ly harmless to the most delicate skin, 1 combined horse, all the remedies 1 1 brood mare with twin Furniture ami Undertaking. tracted a bad cold and was threatened and absolutely reuable. A 26 cent foal by Jack, by Jack, 1 mule colts with The first dose gave bottle will gle you positive proof of mule years old, 2 foal pneumonia. with horses, 1 Day Pliouo 28. two great relief and one bottle completely the wondertul effectUeness of this earlinu horse, lo yeaning came Night Pbone 133. Contains no opiate. nrnn romPil V cponra. cured me.' int row and two cahes. hogs nnd Shugars and Tanner. Shugars and Tanner. i of rnm. household and kitchen lurnltnre and other things too numer ous to mention. Terms given on da of sale. Sale Undertaken and Embalm begins nt 10 o'clock. Col. M. II. Johnson, Auctioneer. art. Also Dealers in FurROBBINS BROS. niture, Mattinga.Ruga. The We are In po.ltlon to do all kind, of con. uc r asapM HOTEL PROPERTY A LARGE COMMODIOUS will exchange Furniture lor cretlng, tuen a. Illock Work, rare me nt. BA8E- and. In fact, we can make any thing from a BUILDING OF 26 ROOMS BE8IDES THE KITCHEN AND BRICK Give all Kinds of Block. noo.e down to fence pott. We can terre you promptly and cuarantM nrt-clMENT ALSO TWO LARGE STORE KUUms wnn Them a Call. Price Right. work and material. Call and get oar prteei STREET IS FOR SALE ON MAIN LOCATED IN STANFORD before you buy your material at leait, 24 STANFORD. - KENTUCKY HAS A LARGE BARN ABOUT 100x72 HAS ABOUT PRIVATELY. STALLS, LARGE LOFT AND LARGE SHED THE FULL LENGTH OF Stanford, Ky. BARN. SERVANTS HOUSE LARGE COAL HOUSE THAT WILL HOLD THIS IS 600 OR 700 BUSHELS OF COAL, LARGE DOUBLE CRIB ETC. Co. H. IN THE ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES OF PROPERTY PRUr In and Manufacturer ot PLACE TO MAKE MONEY. STATE. IT IS A 8PLENDID MonuFall An Winter PROPERTY Marble WILL SELL AS A WHOLE OR SELL THE HOTEL STORE RCOMS. ALL THE FURNITURE IN AND KEEP THE and Law My new fall and winter samples ore Marker, and I'oMt .Oeinetery work., Me THE HOTEL GOES WITH DEAL. THE OWNER OF THI8 PROPERTY ao TO Va.etand Httei. Omce ud IS IN BAD HEALTH OR ELSE MONEY COULD NOT BUY IT. SHE HA8 now ready for your Inspection. They Klnnejr, Ky. Oar.on'e He.taurant taneaiter, Htreet IN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. IF YOU DECIDED THAT IT MUST GO Htanlord. K. comprise tbo ben on the market 1 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Mral. lerved at all hour, up to 11:80 r, M. WANT IT YOU MUST ACT QUICK. THIS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR Undertaker can suit any one as to price who has KY- Heat place lu wn for a good quick STANFORD, SOMEBODY. his clothes made to order. A suit nival. .. ...ii.h th. rmtillnwlth the t. a. t MCHomo Phone 35 made to your measure is prcieraoio Office 'Phone 17 FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS 6EE L. R. HUGHES OR W. L. Hooking to .ult our cu.tomer. our ipeclalty of cut nowert, plant, of well a. tlie t Hplemtld new line ot fancy UUll).. pOtMHJ uuwr,, ra mun CARTY. To havo all kind.. to ready made clothes. 4 notice. Alio make a nwelalty of wrvullii i Oroccrlee, THE TWO STORE ROOMS ALONE ARE PAYING GOOD INTEREST them raado to measure doesn't cost for lor funeral purpouta. 10 connection wltli theatre, I have all Uot Uortw, Handwlcbvt, ple..uutter milk New Liver". OF THEM IS LEASED FOR SIX YEARS. ON $6,000, AND ONJJ any more than ready made when klnd.'.ol vetetaule. ou band at rra.ouable and eweet milk, etc., at alt timet. price.. Depot THE LEADING HOTEL OF THE TOWN AND DOING A BIG BUSInuKEN HOUHKH. quality and fit U 1'KOK KUHUUMAHD, OF THIS PROPERTY 06. A FEW YEARS AGO THE HOLDERS NESS. 'nor neasur. In and let mm Biaujpru, Ky'.'V. A. BOUGHT IT PRINCIPALLY ON TIME. THEIR HOLDINGS NOW ARE STANFORD. KENTUCKY. tM '.rraeueal Tallor.5 H. C. AMONG THE, LARGEST in THE CITY. The Fish and Shield Brand h-- g 2 high-clas- Slickers at $3 and $2.50 are known the world oyer as .Water Proof Coats THE ROVER, a medium weight Grey and Brown mixed covert coat ' is a very genteel coat indeed, and absolutely dry. Tt costs you only $5.50. Those Zephyr weight dressy rub ber coats have been very hard to get this season owing to the great demand, but we have tnem at $5. CRAVENETTE COATS Our stock is too large to tell about. W. We have to show you. They are Presto collars, . H. B. Northcott. beautiful patterns. any pric6 long and stylish at from' $10 to $2o. You better look these Kindt of Farm Produce over atyour leisure. 10-ll- . -- c H. J. McRoberts. E 333SSSQ3333KQ33333a Ice Cream Soda Water Hc 0Q 15-I- J. I 82 Phosphates self-binde- r; Grape Juice J. 2 n $ And a Large List (Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, YOU CAN BUY 'S2SEBBB20BBBS2Era d eer d Sta c-- Asaph oo Hotel For Sale o o $ o ooooo J,L.Beazley&Co., W. A. TRIBBLE. Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. Stanford, Kimturuy, Let us ml your bins with our FOX CONCRETING; RIDGE COAL at 13 ' bushel. cts per Clean Coal; No Slack. a. oocmcma J. C. McClary, Phone 11. PHILLIPS BROS., i J. Baughman& Harry Jacobs, and Granite ments. i SEP-ARAT- E Suitings When Hungry 'ant Embamer B. C4Tr, Street, Phone rt.lit b. eominr. KpiJ. CARSON, Prsp. JHUaV Mj.iai eaienMSw tj .w.gmismaere y mm. ,,., Jt.V..wajaagiiiJUt'ilWillliaJl,.'4iiMft ' l,"l!jl ' '"' l ' FRIDAY, OCTOHEH 7th 1010 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Mu-- Nir i" i" iti 'i r i' m 1 ' I" TT"'i '""Tn 'r "" 'T. Indigo Blue . Grey, Llfiht, Red and VUIIIIUIl WaillUMI) HI Brown 5cYd Not Over 12 Yards of one Pattern to a Customer. Wc arc fishing for your trade with a Verv tempting bargain as long as this lot lasts. Wc begin the Fall season by offering a limited quantity of calicos and apron Cinghams at a special price. At the high price of Cotton wc cant promise any more after this lot is sold. So if you secure any of these goods you must, come at once. These archil Fresh, New Goods, and they come in desirable patterns. Blue and Green Apron Check Ginghams at Not over lo Xards of one Pattern to a Customer. 5c Ycfl t f I jjjJJ SEVERANCE, & SON, Tnero Is a ccw Itne of 26c box paThe Young Lndlis' Clrclo will have ters, special tallies at Penny's OrtiK an exchange In J, L. lleaxlcy's store window twxt Saturday afternoon Flore. Mi's Anna Chancellor has been the charming guest of the Misses Deck PERSONAL NOTES at McKlnney for the past week. Cashier H. II 'llutcbeson, of the Owen Mr. J. K. Ilruco still continues quite I'eople's Hank at Owenlon, county, was here this week to see his III at bin home on Danville ave. brother Cashier J. W. Ilutcheson of Mr. Mack Huffman '.a still confined the State Hank & Trust Company, to hlx room with Illness. who has been afflicted with a touch Dr. Arthur Yager, president of Mr. Ilutcheson says Georgetown college, was here Krldny of rhmnnfttlsm. that there nre 17 banks In Owen counIn the Interest of that splendid Instity ana ah an) doing ell. tution of knrnlng. Mrs. Fred Unrnett has returned Mrs II. I), Carter tins returned from with Mr, (Jnmett's mother, Mrs. M ry n visit to relatives In lloyle. (iarnctt, to Cave City for a short .Mrs. V K. Wnrner nnd tittle son Miss Allene Hourno has nre spending the week In Lancaster her homo In ljincastcr returned to niter a pleasthe Kiicsts of relatives. ant to her sister Mrs. W. K. Wnrner Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Florence are The Indies' Aid Society of tbo expected homo Sunday Christian church will hnvo a bazaar on Wednentiy In November beforo Mr. and Mrs. John II Nevlus, of Thanksglylng They claim this date Lebanon Junction, took the train hero John II. Warner Is carrying ono of will his hands In it bandage ns the result for Atlanta, t!a Unlay. They of n spider bite. spend several weeks In the south. .Mr. and Mrs. U M. Westcrfleld are News comes from (Iraysvllle, Tenn , I). Mr. that a little daughter has arrleI to the guests of come and Mrs. M Livings-tuhaving down for bless the home or Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bauhy The young ludy has been MMs Until McCollum, daughter or sbrlstened Susan Wilton, for Mrs. Col and Mrs. Dan M'Collum, of Juncsevere Injury tion City, sustained tiaulley's mother. when she stepped on a loose plank Miss llcttlt tlllrooro has gone to which flew up nnd struck her on the Ht. I)uls Mo, where she will make ankl confining her to her home for a visit to many friends. On her re- scteral days. .Mr. Homer Pence, of (Snrrard counturn she will visit her uncle, Hon ty ko. throe of bis finger cut o(f II. 8. Smock at Balem, Ind. by a cutting box Saturday n Stanford, Keutuckv. Fcr Sale. 22 l,lC0-l-b r 'Jr. Tho tax books of Crub Orchard grad The only true constipation cm"1 ed school nro now ready and taxes must begin Its soothing; hmllniracttesf are due. The penalty will go on Nov. when It enters tho mouth. Ilolllstertt- Lost. Pair of gold rimmed specFor Sale Two second hand wagons 1. The books will blwnvi ho nt ihn Ilocky Mountain Ten restores CfceCS tacles. 12 reward for their return and one wheat OfflCn Of tho Crnb Orchard nnnlcln.. drill. Pence Ilro.s ea-wholo system to a healthy normal cwsv,, Apply at this ofllce Company. Miss Onhriin. ririrov ditlon. 35 cents, Tea or Tabtvt Battr A good tecond hand 8upenor grnlr. T AfJaSBM 60-, , by Shugars. & Tanner. titer.. J. O. Livingston Is conducting drill at a bargain atW. H. Hlgglns". t an Interesting revival service at Mt. Wanted to borrow 11,800 on good Olive churcbi There have been six 64-confessions to date. The meeting will security. This office. continue through Sunday night. The postofflce at Ilowland has been County Superintendent Oariand established temporarily at the office of N W. Towle, since the burning of Vlugleton has received word from tho State Superintendent of Schools Mr Napier's building last week. to the effect that the money for tho Stone's fresh enke-- j nt W. H. lllg-ginteachers will not bo ready until Oct. this mornlg. Kith, although tomorrow Is regular pay day There Is not sufficient monYOUR 1910 CITY TAXES ARE ey In the state treasury at present to NOW DUE. ALL PARTIES OWING ME 1908 AND 1909 TAXES MUST p.i) them all. . SETTLE AT ONCE OR I WILL TAKE Ihe Fiscal Court held Its annual EXECUTION AGAINST THEM. B IT October meeting this week and allow D. CARTER. 63-ed the clnlms against the county, mounting in all to about $10,000. Insure our property In Kentucky's 1 he court passed a new rule that own Henry Clay flro insurance Com no clnlms un- pany II. M hereafter It will allow &" Newland Agent less orders arc given to tho clnlninn-- i m by the county Judge or tho magisLost, ladles' cont on Lancaster pike. trates In their several districts; and when tho claim Is filed tbo order must HeMrn to this ofllce and receive n ward. nccompnny It. SHORT LOCAL NEWS ones. Dr. Hugh field. feeders, nice t.t.i 8 g 3 OOOw0OOJv SEE OUR LINE OF m $&&&$ s' mm HEATING m a STOVES A dispatch from Frankfort sas. The October crop report of Kentucky Agricultural Department la niost Interesting especially as to tobacco. For the hurley district, tho report shows 71 per cent, of the crop harvested and For Its condition to be 79 per cent. the dark district, the per cent, of the crop fcnncMcd Is 77 per cent, nnd Its conditions 91 per cent, much better than the condition of the burley The Lincoln county Medical Society will meet at the SL Asaph hotel here next Tuesdny morning at 10:30 Dr. E. J. Hrown will speak on "Diseases of Children." All the members nre urge by Secretary, Dr. W. F. Ilickle to bo present. Insure your property In Kentucky's own Henry Clay fire Insurance Company. It. M. Newland AgenL vt ETC. W. H. H ICG INS, 9' Stanford, Kentucky. Of -: For Sale. Hrlck house and two acres of land on Somerset street; nlce cottage on East .Main street; nouse and L'fi acres on East Main and a house and five acres of land on Danville avenue. Apply to Harvey Helm. For sale privately my home on East Main Street. Mrs. L. U. Cook, Sinn-forKentucky. K O5J0OOS0W0.?S Fall Showing Dry ssaHasasissansasasaHsaHHBsVLJHsi'2 tray home-mad- e Large Poland China boar; ring In nose Notify M. S. ht I s UawEhtnnn The Eureka Portrait Company has Just received a now line of mouldings and Is nowprepared to frume pictures at half thuMKl price Finest line of mouldlng'eer brought to Stanford, Office opposite court house, Lancaster Street. Any person having old books, letters, magazines, ledgers or papers or any kind tbnt they do not need, will anoint in a goad cause by donating them to the Presbjterlnn Aid Society. Apply to .Mrs J. H. I'axton. l'res. There will be a special meeting of tho Knights of Pytblns here on next Thursday .light, Oct. 15. Eery mem ber Is urged to be present and to come on time. For your cleaning and pressing and the best laundry In town tho Lextng ton laundry. Take them to Wesley Juhnbon. Ho has an expert from the city, does firt clnts work. Try hin In the Interior Journal building H e muuiherb of the Stanford hand nre requested to bo present Friday evening Oct. I'th, at 7 30 o clock Don't nt the usual meeting place. fall. III preach at Ilov. J. J. Dlcke Logan's reek I'nlon Church next fcun- day nt 8MB A. M. 1 We now have on display the largest line of Dry Goods and Notions ever shown on this market. Our buyer has taken special care in selecting our dress-goodand we would like you the line. to-sho? ny f . L ( W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY i " Copyright Hut Sclurtncr & Marx Tttn U morr CtUrrb In tbto wctlon el tti rouolrr Una all oUtr dlwun put lostlbir. and until the Urt lew Iran was .uppovd to tw Inrurabte Fur a crtat a s Cxuzz pnaissicr! uaur prMcribrd local nmrdm. aod Ij cotutanUj taSBC to cure wltl) local trraunrnt. pronouncd It tacuratla, uunM hu nravrn c&tarrb to b a eouiltutlonal (Ma tur. and thrrttore require couitltutlooal tnaUncsl. py vucurr Ilatl Catarra cvirr. maouiactuiru A Co Toledo. Oblo, It Ihe ooly ConaUtutlocal run tM market. It ki taken bteniallr In dote Hon 1 drops to a teaspoooful. It acta dlrectlr on tlx clooa and mucous surtacca ol Ua tyttem. Tt'r oSer on nusdred dollar, tor tny case It lalla to cure. 8esa " I I "i R. Hughes T. V. Humble O. Martin New Dress Ms. '' n ! thoroughprize winners than anywhere else; all the high-clasbred styles; and you can just as well take a first premium as not s, find here in our store "the greatest tr YOU'LL earth" of good clothes: more first tage, acres barn, blacksmith on other ncceisary outbuildings, watered B0 tor circulars and uatlmonlala. CO, Toledo. Obla. Addms: F. J.C1IF.NCY Drunlata. IM. Sold Tals llau s iaatfir FUH tor coartlnaUoa. all Hart Schaffner & Majrx 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 shop and well nnd fenced closo to church" Stanford Heal Estate Company FRUIT, AND "SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Gardtn. Agents rite for lYee Catalogue H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. Lexington, Kentucky. good of landS-roo- boxed cot- I w fc Tlie Favorite Tonic lor Women. Suits $17.50 ts $40. Overcoats $ 15 to $35.00 ft Jk We are showing a beautiful line of New wool Goods-iblack and colors, in the-nediagonal weaves.Frencht serges, stripes and Broadcloth. Also the newest and largest assortment of trimming we have ever shown in Braids, Persian bandls and buttons. Call and see us. before buying. HUGHES, MARTIN & C(Xr Dry Goods,; Notions, Shoes STANFORD. KENTUCKY w vil i Alt-over- s. Cummins ItHISSTORE .V IS & Weareii, ; STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE HOME OFHART SCHAFFNER'd'MARX Wjr CLOTHES Wr A tottU will tour. S COOTtoCt dpasxsas: lbs Sddbr PENNY'S belt lilt It tffi fl DRUG STORE L. ,.. A "w ifjpFjr-Kjrv 'sjMi4m p-- T .X THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7th lMft In Remember 0& 00 & O00O 000SH.-- 0000 0 0 0 0 0 000OO00000 - dv I c all O 0 O O O 0000O . w o 0 o o o oooo We sell at AUCTION. YOUR price gets the LOT. Stanford, Tomorrow, Saturday, 1 P. M. YOUNG'S DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, SAM T. YOUN G, !,' ' ' Glasgow, Kentucky. GEO. H. WALTON. Ready for Opening ot the new Stale Bank & Trust Company Saturday. Kverj thing Is In readiness for tr.c formal opening of the Now State Hunk & Trust Company hero tomorrow. Workmen have been rushed nil the week, Installing the furniture and fixtures, and placing the banking room lit snap for business. The officers nnd directors have Issued n formal Invitation to the public to call on .Saturday at . the banking room In shape for business, nnd see the splendid manner In which the now institution Is equipped to handle business. President W. L. .McCarty, Vice 1'ieslilents O. L. Penny, J. S. Hlce and J. D. Knot., J. W. Hutchison and Av sistent Cashier Hays Foster will be present to welcome everyone. W. L. MeCARTY. The new benk's furniture Is very Presldent State Bank & Trutt handsome and complete being of pany. with all the latest Remedies are Needed ac t, Were we perfect, which we ire not, medicinn would not ottto be needed. Hut since our yatenii hie become weakened, Impaired and broken down through inditerelioni which hive done on from the early IhrouKh countlett feneritioni, remedies art needed to aid Nature In correcting our Inherited and otherwise - iWWliB ""acquired weaknesses. To reach the seat c( stomach weakness and consequent digestive troubles, there. Is nothing so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery, a Ulycerio compound, extracted from native medicinal roots sold (orotcr forty )ears with great satisfaction In all users. For Meak Stomach, Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Pain in the Stomach alter eating. Heartburn, Bad Breath, Belching of Icmj, Chronic Diarrhea and other Intestinal Derangements, the 'Discovery is a and most efficient remedy. time-prove- n LaaLr jaaLLH aLHr'JaaaaLH The genuine has on Its outside wrapper the Signature You can't afford to accept secret nostrum as a substitute for this medicine or inown courosmoN, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a little digger profit. Dr. Pierce's Pleoaant Pellets regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and d .Xliny granule, easy in take as cendy. bowels. Sugar-coate- x Com- - Preachersville !li .Mr. H. h. tkiiite win ha.'e a sale on Saturday the 8th, at his home near here known as the old I'arrlsh Place. ' Mr. White and family will soon' leave for Arizona to locate permanent- - aaaaaaaaaH 'Bi J J I, John U. Aiuiorson bought of (Sarner Price 10 Tuo pond cejlu at 1.30. Cress and .tones bought a Toad or fa( cattle at Klchmond court which they s --Aft shipped to Cincinnati. Italian! and Ihompson sold lo heirers at nl 3.7 J II. Thompson bought a miiie of Den Jioltzcjav. for, JGfi also S steers or B." T. Lunsford, at 4U cents and sold :50 barrels of corn - C. HAYS FOSTER. to Sid Duke, of Crab Orchard at IJ 5J. State Bank Trust John Hlgsby bought nlno holler at 'Mslstant-Caihle- r Company. I17.J0 and a cow for 27.00 from. John Coleon; alto one heifer from 8. C. Sale of Hustonville Mgsby for JIG; sold 1".' 1.1U0 pound Public cattle to Dick Cobb for Oct. I5lh deliv Property ery at 5 cents. '" 3jV "'BeB' Vt fiSc' HMr James Ulankenship and daughHaving, other property In Huston- ter, Miss .Minnie of Morcer 'visited ville 1 will on Henry Bl.inkenshlp. Ralllngcr. Led- Saturday Ncv. 5th, 1910 ford, of Wolf county, was here last week as a visitor of B. 1. Lumloru sell the following described real eatate two-(o- r t untie house, with IS find family. He is In Lincoln prosrect-lug- . One rooms, arrir.ged so that two families for a farm. He is a good citizen can llw In it; two back yards; one and having lived here la much attach- extra nice varum building lot; one bain, a, gool ed to the peoplpjn this section. Tom extra large of State Bank & Trust Company CASHIER J. W. HUITCHESON. and Henry Lunsford spent .a few days livery bam; - large sheds; 2 lasting one bnck lot. in Jessamine as a guest of Mlllanl wells: nronerty Is well fonced and In This SAVED FROM GRAVE. best medicine made for the throat and , C. Lunsford. good repair; liits nil outbuildings neces "I had about given up hope, after near- lungs." Obstinate coughs, stubborn Holer nnd A. Bedell Chancellor, of the Walnut sary and Is situated on Main ana oily four years of suffering form a severe lung trouble," writes .Mrs, M, L. colds, hay fever, la grippe, asthma, Flat section, sold 200 bushels of oats lege streets, one square from very fine umded school; one Bquaro from inn Dlx, of Clarksville Tcnn. "Often the croup, bronchitis and hemorrhages, to partita here nt 45 and 50 cents. Christian church: one square from pain In my chest would bo almost un- hoarseness and whooping cough, yield A daughter of Mr. tuu Sirs. James Baptist church and two squares from, bearable nnd 1 could not do any work, quickly to this .vcr.dcrfu! medic Itic. but Dr. King's New Discovery has Try It COc and 1 Trial bottle free, I Holtzctaw, of Walnut Flat soctlon Is fresh terlnn church, and Is in a spleni did neighborhood. . made me feel like a new person. Its Guaranteed by Penny a Drug btoro. yj Jc)f qf (ever, 1 will also sell ono Curtis & item 'lasa-fron- t carriage, as good as new; v jj suikicb; two - ' two good hign wnt-e-i hr" I driving cart; onejtI w I Oj phaetons, rYOU NEVER REGRET THE .. r.nn r. ni . AN i. One I1BQCOCK uisu juuw uuu uv v. www MSKV i 'iJl s&i-- cWrt1 c UflflaVaaY LLLLLLLbh Mi liloh-n-on- ctt d bbbbbV BfBBf JrJaaaMfT'waHlBaiaMlJ 'aHHLaVnViivK' BTlLiH laaaaaB Bp""ff ' 'h,! SOME REASONS WHY If you study the "Lines" and the "Set" of the Diamond Edge Hatchet the reason for their universal favpr becomes evident. Wo matter what style, whether shingling, lathing. claw, half or any of the score ot stylet, every one teems to be finished best. The infinite care In the selecting nnd setting of the handle is remarked by all men who know. FOR SALE BY GEORGE H. FARRIS, STANFORD, KY. IB'VIKBRBM DlxMoib Edge is ji QiutyVledoe' Lexington Trots OCT. STAKES 4a TO 14s , -- GREATEST iN THE WORLD: COST OF tvo-hors- ii 1 ARTICLE IF IT PROVES SATISFACTORY bales, of No. I hay. $85,000 , Li PURSES HANNAH GREEN SEAL PAINT fyfrit'?- without doubt the most efficient house paint on the market, and is cheapest in the end, in that it will go further and wear longer than pther paints. Only the best materials arc used, with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT, tempered with just 'enough zinc to prevent chalking quickly, as is the case where lead alone is used. is Sill M, Sale begins promptly at two o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale. For other particulars address by lihone or otherwise. Huttonvllle, Ky. D. 8. CARPENTER. PUBLIC SALE! At lb o'clock' A. M on Saturday, Oct. 8th, 1910.' ut the old 1 K. I'arris place on Dlx river nt the mouth of Cedar Creek will the following sell to the highest-bidde- r nn third lntero,t In 35 acres oi corn about 1.000 pounds of tobacco In burn Jersey cow, ono good filly coil, ono pood work horse, chickens and household nnd kitchen furniture. This stuff must sell without reserve. Tuesday, Oct 4 , Tuesday, Oct. 4 - ftOpftJyiturity -Wedaes'tlay, Oct 5 A X. Wednesday, Oct 5 GreaV2K5 Trot, -$5,000 Transylvania Thursday, Oct 6 Friday, Oct 7 Great 2:02 Pace 1 0,000 Championship Stake, Monday, Oct 1 0 $ 3,000 Cup Stake - - - Monday, Oct. 10 Thirty Other Sensational Races. $21,000 Futurity 3,000 Tennessee Daily Concerts. FARM FOR SALEI , One Fare on Railroads. PUBLIC SALE. H.S.WHITE. S. F. Reynolds, Auctioneer 80 l; FOR SALE BY L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, and feBPJRUIXT,.Morelandj - l ! THE CALL OF THE'BLOOD for purification llnds volco In piuiplus. bolls, sallow complexion, 'a Jaundiced und blotshes tin look, moth patchi-signs of liver trouble. Ihe sl:ln.-- all Hut Mr. King's New Life Pllli maka rosy rich red blood; give clear skin, iry cheeks, fine complexion, utaltn. icnts at Fenny' litug Btoro. s them. miles west of acres lying I lu tbo town of Crab Orchard on SatHighland; n good cottage and outurday, October Mil, lino 1 will olfer houses, barn.utc- u- 0 flsids. fenced) for sale at public outcry the Dr. I'rlco and lot near the depot at about 'ii acres In cultivation; plenty storo-roof water. Ileason for selling out not 1:3a p. ill. f Terms cash and the re- able to work on farm. I'rlco rearoa- malnUw la one and two years. able. (T. F. CHANDLKK. . JA. A.KINQ. . . 2 One-hal60-8- riOp waAraseaessjgfteTtir 1 KRIDA.Y, OCTOBER 7th 1910 Kind THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL'. her own tears with his upon her I'AOK SEVEN. Tk Island of Regeneration hBa' She looked "No," said the woman, "I respect you te mueh for taut," shown in whit' you are by what you bare done, all oui mil mM action of a moment law, .aaeVl esn uatferstand that, ray friend; for I too love, and li seams to me .that t would brook anything.' for 6ne moment Ilka that you fain would hare enjoyad. Hut w ra not children, neither are w aav aiea to aot Ilk beasts of pray. I e you, 1 trust you." 8he came cloaa to hlra and laid her hand upon hit arm. "I reaped you, I admire for-Blv- from you?" "Hut no one need ever know; I will discharge tho crew of the yacht In soma South American port. They .latter la Uioughta'oMtlm.iSb,. was. Jiungry and thirsty, too. It waa'imon. 8h went out on tha nands. Tha yacht was nowhere to be seen. She' could not' hare gotten below the horl-soSha divined that ha had salted (around tha Island and away In that direction. There was a pile of boxes and things on tha sand above the high water mark. She stepped toward It and opened one of tho aca cheats. It was filled with books and papers, a youl" strange collection. Ho had ransacked "Kverythlng.1 aald tbe man, "but the yacht for her Another cheat lora me " provisions with which she had "Everything but that,' aaaented tha long been unfamiliar Thern were toiwoman quietly let articles, pieces of cloth, writing "I shan't offend again." returned paper, pencils, a heaping profusion of the man. "Neither by force nor alt that ho fancied she might need, can I effect anything Kate," that might afford solace and companha aald after another pause, 'coma ionship to her and alleviate tho loneliback to the United States or to some ness of thoso hours In her heart she clrllUed land The world la before thanked bltn, and lifting up her bands, you. I will land you where you please she blessed him again He had made aad Cite 'you or 'lend you money llfo possible and tolerable to her She enough to enable you to tet where you could write, she could read, sho could like. You shall be on the yacht to me sew And all this whllu sho could as my slater" hopu and dream "It can't be," aald the woman "Don't you see that I can accept no favors CHAPTER XXIII. . "tisJTsai "JUspect mr hare w bile and found ... .....,.... w .. nrai tur ..,. ti.. part of the time bad fled ewlttly unu at tha mo mapiu, iirau; linen Tii watch after a that mora than two Ills uncle's management had been wise I and prudent, be bad spent little and had sarod much, so that Cbarnock i found himself tha poasMjtar of vast .. . . ir-c-m .x rorm oi avaiiaoie capiiai iivom r me i Among tha flrat things ha learned was the power of money Mad ha not "baastaa4tab;y Hha. memory of tha. ' woman, ha would probabtr hare learned It to his sorrow. As It was, ha was almost miserly He apent little upon himself Ills wants were astonish Ingly few and contact with the world did not develop ettravagant Ideas. Those were things which be was foo old to learn, against which ha bad been anchored. He was saying what ha bad and what he could1 get for some great purpose, a purpose of help, of asalstance In which he could commemorate her name, for which future generations should rise up and call her blessed. Ho had long talks with his uncle about It The old man would fain havo had his nephew marry and carry on tbe ancient Una. Delicately, tenderly, he broached tho subject after a time, but tho suggestion met with an- soluto refusal Women Interested Free Rimedy For Thera are two forms of bodily 'ollnMv the, external and the Tnfttne'iif'iet ypur pride in Tuurscii; uie otner lor your life and health. Doth are Important, but vastly more Importance in the Ionof "..' .the Internal cleanliness. X2Jii.,hiir cleanliness of the .... WiakBoi Ji' S)l '. CLOSING (III I SALE Of F. M. Yowell & Son. Having sold our farm wc will offer tor sale 7 "God would know and I would know and when I ee him again, I would have to tell him It would ma'ke It harder for me And I don't want to go back. I wilt wait hero for him." "Kate," said the man Impulsively, was ungenerous of me not to have told you before They took him awar irDm me islands senseless, raving with brain fever. He collapsed stricken as If dead on tbe sand hy that little heap of clothes and the Illble which bora your message He thought you dead. He left the ship In the early morning to seek you. The shock was too much for blm " "He loved me. theu," aald the tion of IL I woman. Upon tbe man's faco a stern mcl-- , "Yes," said Ijingford. wringing the nncholy had settled. Not the melon admission from his lips, "hu loved choly at inepmuua ana inuinerence, ... you enough almost to die for you." not tho melancholy that made him do . . nothlnit. unmindful of the largo Issues "Ilut he Is not ilnml tin ! (,f . when you left thn crulsor'" '" l which ho had been suddenlyixo, iney signaled me at noontime P'ungea, noi iuo wsi irin answer to my Inquiry that th dor. aiywm ins activiues, nut mo meian lor thought he would finally pull choly that comes from the presence In through, although It would be a long, the heart ot an unplucked sorrow that nor chance nor occupation t terrible siege; but If he dies, Kate, neither time If I got back and found that ha Is could uproot, a melancholy that came from tho sense of bereavement ever dead and coma here " "Don't come back." said the woman. Browing more kacnand more polg,no Prlod of bereavement "Don't lell anyone that I am here Mnt Let no ona ever come back unless the lentbahc4 and which sprang from a promptings or nis hesrt and the lead, i v i" Ing of Qod should bring him to me. lanurea tor wnicn no utar acuieve-nia- ( could atone. "Is this your final, absoluta decision?" It bad not boen difficult to establish "My final and absoluta decision. his rlghU Whlttake'r and the chapNothing can alter It, nothing, abso- lain, armed with the depositions, had lutely nothing" taken the man across tha continent "0 Kstel" when tha ship bad been put out ot commission at San FYandsco, and pre"Don't." said the woman, "It la s and only breaks your heart aad sented 'blm to his uncle, tbe Cbarnock wrings mlno. Now, you must go. No In residence In that great house on ona has seen you from tha yacht the Nansemond shore overlooking that This cava Is sheltered from whara sha estuary of tba James by Hampton and Ilea. No ona ae4 know that you bava Roada. Tba old man, childless feuad ma. Inda I waat you to give atone, had welcomed blm gladly. Tha saa your word' BoaorVt swear It by aewcomer was ot tha Cbarnock blood all that you '$ol4 "sacrtd tatt you It waa a Strang moment for the Iss .will naver tell aayoaa, much leas him. lander whan they took him Into tha aad showed blm that you came back: aad fodad ma iriC drawing-rootba pictures of kls father and of bis He was tha living Image ot "Tou set ma a hard task." faltsrad mother tha man, tampered with tome of tha tha man. "But I am aure." coattnuad tha mother's sweetness. This remarkable Ukeneas Indeed he watnot unMfce, k, woman, "It Is not too hard for you to his uncla as wel( stftaiwlt'itT accomplish. Corns, you have aajd you wanted to maka atntndt. That Is all material proofs, tha Vlalfh fjlb'f past new, forgotten and forgiven, but tha evidence ot the shipfogeBervMa If you really would maka be happy," what was known, reuJovyiyVerr doubt from tht mjada of that? you will premise rht i say." '"''" most concerned, "And wb'at la .that again'" The family was reduced to those "On your word of honor as a gentleman, by all that yau hold sacred, two, the uncle and tile1 nephew. Tbe you will never mention to a humaa old man formally 'aad legally recog njied the relationship and offered to aout tkt,oa!fouii'd oia; htra .alive.'' scatter" The cllmatii was not unlike that of the I land during the cooler portions of the year, thought tho man, standing on the old brick Porch of tbe ouao set upon a hill overlooking the I I,n, Kroen waters of Hampton Iloads, which stretched far eastward past I Newport News and Old Point Corn-I- t fort lo the b,uo r ,no Chesapeake and i beyond that to tho deeptr blue of tho ocean. Hack of him n thousand leagues of land and morn than a thousand Icaguea of sea Intervened between blm and the object of his thoughts. Not for a day, not for an hour, scarcely for a moment even wns that Island out of his mind. There was pleasuro and pain In the recollec' , ' A Great Purpose, springtime In old Virginia. Charnock as men did. Indeed bis In- . .i . n.1- ....n i lie k.vvi ,,. 1.1. i.i.. -- an um-u.- r Intellectual stimulus of conversations with bright. Intelligent people was the most entrancing result of his contact with the world Ilut none of them touched his heart That was burled on that fiemllke Island In tho far off sea. He was a man of unusual force of charncter, prompt and unyielding de- cUlon Ills une'e had not lived his long life without being able to estl- nmtc men Ho recognized very early ., rSQHPf) d(?.r",.,J. Dr .w-- n C'ldwel,It.500Cald. well building. Montlcello, ill. 18 gilt edge yearling cattle, 700 lbs. ee"t bouht. its '"", the ouy in convinced family Some export Jersey stock. members the family can a,.a,,,l 3 pairs mare mules 4 and 5 vearsnlH cur conitlpstlon wl'j M.VrZTL tonle Its worst extra good, weight, 1,200 and 1.500 lhs. JMm.eh" 2 ver? continuous rood health 10 yearling mules, 10 weanling ' Smh.e.8nfiK.l",h.tw.?"ffrJe,,Ste?; Jlerner. t'nlonvlllc, ind j f hundred of others that mules, extra good. personally pleased 2 Brood mares 4 and 6, safe in foal may i,S'i,'0U any medlral ndvlce the TvV "SSJeC "iKoinTa .,.. ....,'; to jack. free of chnrr PTntln letter and he reply to For the free sample simply send detail. your 2 yearling fillies, standard bred, by name and address a postal card or Yi'rwl"f For either requett the doctor's .r"i bot?ienpl.enS0,n-,h.ini-- ! ""l free from do this rou mutt hart onw two movements of tha each twentyfour hours, If you dots not do this natura ly. in the mult 2m....1"1 n.d "Mnklnc. aid of noma kind. then ywiflndlmr After tics suits and weh thlnw itlhat but Mid you up ClleJl"tffu for simpler and more natural remeJr llk Drw CtHw'll Pepiln. ,kPt'cl ths best way to be. ..rir ur narao and 'drasa to ?? r.SiSV1 'or a tr" simpla bottle. tfl'. ialdw,lJi to,? tha, a yiff,1"' a.?d " "convince. continuance of its us KK iai r,'.Lr'.liliTa.,r0U Wrmanently that It will . piuumtii nna dowci muscles ffSini2rnVura,,,r at Ma houra-- 2 your st rents and on dolNr drureiit ,.... many others are doing;. hn..u beimn They with 2I.";..,!pj'"m tr JuS publicly to the highest bidder on the farm on "thf ii. K'' "P -... 100 gilt edge 1,200 pound cattle. Tuesday, Oct. 25, 19 10, all of our personalty, as follows: 50 Export Cattle M M on of dolMr of U'Z in for- -i you In . DsnlM TOuMn'bI'nnrnVd1 Dr. Caldwell stomach." will be you you In will on 'r ' Appalachian Greatest Ever Held ' Exposition. straw. In The South. Dr. Munson, 1 weanling filly, standard bred. .2 jennets. 52 extra brood ewes 2 to 4 years old 500 bales timothy hay, 200 bales of old 1 At Knoxville, Tenn., SEPTEMBER 12, TO OCTOBER SSBSSSBBBBBaiaB 12. saw sjssi ' '' -- ' The Struggle Racked and Tore' Him In His Heart. In Magnificent Ings nnd mammoth build- - - """ " . nse-las- 'ifa-geri- . 1! V the.profeir rightfully hlsi '.Mtt.E?'.tfSr.fr2J1.tnt,l (iobold transfer lova for you. Kate, I wnict"elape tbJQTery,of coal had. aacred, iy-xaenorsaolMy In Value, to the win not speai unless la soma way you Increased newcomer, buCCMfnock would have give me leave." rCcogntted his "So help you Ood!" said tha woman none of It thaaJHe' unfitness to'4M with tuch'thltits. If solemnly he "Bo help usa Ood!" replied tba man the oldar'nUBlPwdild retain!!!!, at- -. his death could live It with eaual gravity Msanwhlta h, couttUobh and train "And bow you must go." "I have ona request to maka of blm hcwvJo U4e "jljllereft ot bis one 'Inspiration In Ufa, ba you, Xate, bsfor I ga," said Longford. gulde.fMsoa would grant It, you may ba as- leading aseif wJss counsel and careful "ir I can Indeed. sured 1 will," , In addition to tbe formal recogni"It Is yry easy Will you stay In tion, tba elder man legally adopted the tIs cave for two hours?" younger and constituted him tha belr "I have no watih," said tha woman, to his own property which was almost "but I will guess the time aa best I as eilenslve and aa valuable as that ean," which rightly belonged to nephew. "Than," said the man, "go down to And then these formalitiestbe being yacht. III ba cose." tbe beach. The thtTlleutenant-commander and "Valantlna."k said the woman,, "jrou the, chap'faln 'sumEaened elsewhere by don't miXjffty'fydf Jra," 0 ta tbetrvdutl8s, "baae' The two farewell aad (eft them. "1 would stay gladly." returned tha fiarnock: could not have fallen Into other, "If 7 thought (hat f eH! w: batter hands. first Education wis come, but'l'know thataaaof .i t requirement and he applied bs himself "I will wait." aald tha woman. to It "tb. flare energy and a grim "Oaodbyir r r- determlnatlon'whlcn. orassntlr. from Sha extended bar b4,te htm. Ha UjaaTjUBdl fauadatlon wilcL J grasp laiu enabled lliaf to nroirMi uf. .. .....'.".. .. nm raasamaa a aaa i. y1 tol coin-pitte- - watch Ho had nlaosd It there'. Tha slnvpje kindness, tha sfentaaeeus f l;erosily of (ba Jlttl aotea wfrdUhaa bad not an nis yisat, aja aja atarJhaadVposJ.hss bended bead. K heard bar 11 ds mur arayar, Ha Released muring wards her band,vtooe lowar, laid Something at her feat, turned and resolutely maf)ed out Into tha sunlight Tbe wosaan lifted her hand, tha band he had kissed. It was wet with tears, Tbd ma had left her with a breaking aelrt She sat dawn upon tbe sand to tblnk her thoughts during her two hoiirs watt. Hur bare foot touched something metslllc 8hw bent .over and picked It up, It was his aad she AH .!, the undertoklng the futility of ar110,000 In purses for running gument, and though he tried finesse In and the presence of tho wittiest, tho clev- trotting; racos. erest, and most beautiful womn of 110,000 In aerial exploitation, by ma Virginia and elsewhere, (or tbe two chines ot Wright Brothers, Strocbel throughout traveled tbe United States welcomed everywhere, bis ef and other neranauts. "See the air Ships." forts were unavajllng. T;here 25,000 In matchless fire works grand than one woman who would have been glad to accept the man's battle of the olouds and I'aln's "Fall suit; whom. If be had wooed ever so of Pompeii." slightly he could have woo, but he Alulball'g famous wild west and 23 was friendly with everyone and In other shows of notet love with none Oreate8t bandsjfa all America. - At tbe end of two years society gave him up as confirmed In his Isolation and loneliness. He waa not the less ADMISSION TO GROUNDS 50 CENTS welcome, but he. was no longer a IN DAY. AFTER 8 P. M, matrimonial possibility, nor was ba any more the wonder that ha hod 25 CENTS. been. New things engrossed public attention Tba world presently took Remember These Special Dates. Charnock as be would fain have It Live stock and races.. htm, as a matter ot course. Sept, 1M He did things slowly, not because Night horse show Sept, 13, 11. 13. that was his nature, but from an In- Bench Show Sept. 22, 23, 24. vincible determination to do things right. He made his plans deliberately Pigeon and pet stock show and bad formulated an enterprise so Sept. 27 Oct. 1 comprehensive In Its'scopa, so vast In Poultry show Oct. Us outlay and with such Infinite possibilities ot help to the poor, the Wright Brother'o airship days wretched, the classes of Sept. society, that when tb,e foreshadowlnga Every of if were' announced, people stood Stroeble's dirigible baloon. Sept 12, Oct. 12 amaxed An undertaking so great was day not within the power even ot Cbar- I'aln's fire works every etenlus nock. His resources were utterly Sept 12, Oct. 12. to It, but he bad enough to make Battle of the clouds Sept. aef,agnlacout beginning and. by devo-- i Fall-o- f PorapeIl. . . . Sep26,'"Oct.l. .', fclp'g to it tbe whole revenue of bis esSpecial rates"every '"day, and retate, and the estate Itself after be died, gradually the enterprise would markably low railroad rates to Knoxville and return on Tuesday and be achieved. There was no necessity for secrecy Thursday as follows: about It. Indeed with that simplicity and candor so unusual and so unconStanford . . . . ...13.50 ventional, which touch wth the world Moreland ... ...1X70 had never been able to alter, he had ...J3.70 spoken of his plan without reserve Junction City and ua had uvifrd wlU equal frank ness that what he was doing was In See This Great Exposition. memory of the noblest and tbe truest ot women, to whom he owed It that OLIVER, President be was a human being and not an ani- W. J. mal. NOTICE. Wblttaker, of whose Judgment be thought highly, and. with desert, was called from the nayaj service to be In the district court of tho United us .execuve jtaaa bi iqq grai un- States tor the Eastern district of dertaking.' fba waa to K?htucliy, in tho matter ot Clarence be placed In tha hatnds ot the chaplain who had so aadeapd' bfmsetf to tha j. Slpple, Baukrupt. By virtue of an order entered by J. promoter and de"vlier-o- f It "all. ChaV nock realised that these meawho had .. Notice ot Sale on Bankruptcy. in tnow,n enter N. Saunder, reforee trusteethe above same, mora aymoathetKslvtlHrilo his views styledon case, I, as the 22ndof dty ot Saturday and could be deJfiMad .upao o carry I wU 1910, waa.-mor- More to see and amuse than ever offered nt a Southern exposition. feed same. Lot of farming tools, house hold and kitchen furniture. If not sold before will offer an 84-acr- e farm on Danville and Hustonville pike 2 mtle out of town limits, close to a graded school. 1-- 40 acres corn in shock, and place to Also 6S acres 2 miles south of McKimney and about 2 mile from pike. Adjacent to Jno Die, Moore, Tombs and others. Information re1-- garding land freely furnished. Terms maelp known on day of sale. Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneor. F. M. YOWELL & SQN. Hustonville, Ky. J. H. KENNED KENTUCKY Will be Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County Friends and Ac-- Y, '' RICHMOND, tae qualntances. REPRESENTING PETER BURGHARD, OF LOUISVILLE, WILL BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF M ONUMENTS AT REASONABLC PRICES. ALL WORK 'GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION Mown-trodde- n 22-2- 3 m Cincoltt County CAPITAL. SURPLUS. RESOURCES e e national Bank ...$ 50.000.00 ...$ 50.080.00 OIQUIPD Of Stanford, Kentucky. eaa.e.aaV - il 19-2- 4 S.H. SHANKS. J. . PAXTON. PRESIDENT) V.CE-PSm- .$340,000.00 - W M noir.MT E .' HAYS DIRBOTORSl lUfflSmFOSTfcR. CLRK, ' CASM W. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. hank'sStih'fonl; Geo. W. Carter.BUnford John B. Foster, Stanford; WV H: Shanks, Stanford; T. C. RanJ kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paltlon", Stanford j W; Qilberta 3reck; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W; H. Cuuiuilno, PreachersTiile; Liiburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY " "artvI.orkI ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety' Deposit Boxes for Use ofW Costdbers. We Solicit YottrAccourTtf " OFFICER. t; Katharlna-Breton'wou- !d ,ln ..,.'?.: In thanut He aad'hle?itatbks V such a, jftory a hU, wbeavU was linked with a name so famous and still remeiubered as thi( of Katharine Ilrenton, and It had been decided byCapt Ashby and Wblttaker and tbe man himself that such portions ot It as would suMce to explain his own presence and her fate should be given to the world. Upon thus afforded rotba foundation Cbarnock Immediately mance bullded becamo a marked man Ho would have been a marked man In any event from (tho financial power that ho possessed. fetalis &&& ot to kJep wcrat forever the lu ai' ' two 'others ot axcaiant "JudgiaajiC wnora na naa met, werw aaseejAiea with 'the two mentioned to ojtfry out all the founder's, plansy Now. this! .tbloi ,Wi' not done In a corner. The new Ol It waa carried orer the United states and spread eron to foreign Jabu The world read It and marveled again. A newspaper carrying an account of It fell under the eye of a lonely man in San Francisco, who had Just returned. from a long voyage n northern seas, The name "Charnock" caught his eye first; and then Langford saw the name of tbe woman he loved. He read with avidity, appreciating as none Could To Uo Uontlnuod) F Reid. I, S. Hocker, President; j.'ii.'tlwugCuBin, between the P., M D. Elmore, October J. M. Pattus, S. T., Harris. emu J uckm. WtOSilU'OCiucK iu,a. H. C, Daughmin, J. P. Cummins, II.C. B&ughman, Cashier. nt.m, on tne premises Being aa acres S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, V. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper Lincoln otf4wr ls,nd, situated In E. C Walton, J. S. Hocker. watera of, county, Kentucky, on the JTRTHarrtaT Bookkeeper W H MurpWyM-Green river, adjoining me uenuam farm, and lying near the postoftice of Jumbo, Kentucky, expose to public oafe to the highest and best bidder, Make your home as modern for your family as a ice, MR. FARMER: for cash In baud, tho above described tract or parcel of land, together with residence, uud place yourself iu a position to get the luteal market quotations nineteen acres of land adjoining same, at any titno. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service now owned by Clarcnco J. Blpplo, the which you aud your neighbors cau get for a sum that is small compared with bankrupt above named, and also the benefits received. Call or address our nearest ollice or writo direct to ono-haInterest in the growiug-- crop leadquartcrs, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Far-mer- e' Lino" rate. If you are not at prreeut euioviue telephone service, we upon tho said land. can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, my nana tuis iuo iam Given under Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiaua aud the Southern portion of Indiana aud duy ot Alguit, 1910. EAST TESflESiSiSE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. R. A. DVCIIB, 'i'rusiee. (IHCOUrOBATXOt Cl-- . mrcTORtv ir4a . RURAL TELEPHONES. ssaWUi isl lasaaisaMii si Milss jM$&HlH There Are Many Reasons 4&&0&&& QO& THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, OCTOIIKH 7lh 1910. I OSH8H3G else. Remember we manufacture these buggies and sell them direct to you, saving all the profits, which usually go to the middle man. Why you should purchase your buggies from R. M. Arnold. One reason, if no other, you get more for your money than from any one f OO GO RIGHT AT IT. $&&$0$$$$ O CIO O , j Christain Churches THE DRY FALL OUTING ALL ABOARD FOR ,flound-Tri- p ! Friends and Neighbors In Stanfsrd From MAMMOTH CAVE! OCT 12 One Evening For Promenade and Dance. $560. Pays All Your STANFORD. WEDNESDAY, Anil .all lar train AH0A.M, way-staliou- Hotel Expenses Including board and the admission to the cave, Regu- LHRQE BILLS WRITE OR 'PHONE W TOR MRTKllLflR L. & N; TICKET AGT THE FARMERS G3-- 4 in Bankrupt Sale! On TUESDAY, OCT, 11, 1910, at 9 oon Main street, I 'clock at the store-roo- m wlll sell the stock of General Merchan- - rir .idise 61 W. W. White, and also ten acres vrDf janii on Hanging Fork Creek. T. B. RODMAN, Trustee. For Sale. 2 large steers nnd 15 calves. J, S. Moberly, McKlnney. Kor tow with calf two weeks old. J. L. Jarvls, It. F. D. No. 2. l'laln nine-hol- e wheat drill, good as new, for sale cheap. v I. Logan. Kor Fnle L',000 nice tobacco sticks. I Dr Hugh Held, Stanford. Let we Insure your barns and tobacco. W. A. Trlbble. figure with you take no other before our !lrt. Insurance For Sale. A well improved faim or 20 acres, near ML Sati-m- , liuuse-iiol- d Cumber! and kitchen furniture, stock, anc rannlug tools. I. H. Woodson. ML Half.--Uood Foster-.MIIbur- nAl Will Show You How. llet nt the root of the trouble. Rubbing an nchlng back may relievo It Hut It won't cure. You must roach the root of It tho kidneys. Doan's kidney pills go right nt It; Itcucti the cnuse relieve the pain. They cure too so Stanford pvoplo sny Cnpt Thomas Richards, W. Main St. Stanford, Ky., says: ".Many years ago my kidneys began to trouble tr bark grew so Inme that I could not stoop nnd I slept poorly nt nigomet lines an nlmost complete retention of the kidney secretion existed, then again I had n frequent desire to pas them. When the crrttons were voided, n burning pain was In I finally had the good fortuno to learn or Doan's Kidney Pills and commenced their use. This remedy cae me great relief nnd In view of experience, I consider it the best preparation of Its kind I have ever taken I hate commended Donn's Kidney Pills to scores of people and everyon" has reported that good remits have followed their use " I'or sale by all dealers. Price 50c Co. Hulfnlo, N. Y, sole acents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and - Large Stock Of RUGS AND DRUGGETS IN NEWEST HOLD 42nd. DESIGNS SESSION AT HUBBLE. Tlo 42nd ho m I Annual Meeting of Hie churches of ( nrlst or Lincoln NEW FALL AND WINTER MIL- county tt be hrlq with the Hubble LINERY. congregntlon on Suttirdny Oct, 16th, It will be nn all da) meeting with dinner on the grounds. The program UIG LOT NEW AND SECOND HAND is: FURNITURE HANDLED SEP. 10 A. !. Devotional. ARATELY 10:46 AddrejiSfcOur is It of Uou or of men. Jos. Hallou. Song. 10:45 A. M Address I). M. Wal- UNDERTAKING STOCK FULL AND ker COMPLETE. Song. 11:20 Itoport ol Ktaiigeiistg nnd TO Mill j churches. I? I'. 1 ;tt- i- 2 00 Cartwnter Song. 2 Devotional. AddriHis . (I, Montgomery. Address the Obligation of the M GEO. 3. PRUITT. .lorelHml, Ky .11 S Willis pastor or tho Christian church la attending the Sunday school convention at W in Ho Chester lll return In lime to conduct services Sunday, however Itev Hus-tontlll- to ! Song, 3 AddreM F M Tinder 3:30 Free lor nil Adjournment llalr falling out? Troubled with dandruff ? Want more hair? Inirroriipntc We believe doctor Does not Color the Hair An elegant drewlng? AYER'S HAIR VIGOR insnuilliu. cpriunt. Sulphur. Glycerin. Qulnin. Sodium CMsrltl. Sn. AUoImI. W.Ur. Pcrfum. not cnJorse this formula, or we wouU put K up. I II II raney to. o Announcement Of HORSE J. BL BAUGHMAN'SMULE EXCHANGE AND . jArflis Home-ju-st . 'SM M to do more Md sold-- in STANFORD. business and not to quit business. Hubbard. For Sale. 75 ling and Kd Salem, Ky. For Sale High grado Southdown ram lambs. Flsber nnd Itenlck cross es. Mrs. Mattle 11. Hcwes, Moreland, Ky., It. It No 1, Uox 49 Wanted To buy a place of 75 to 100 acres In Lincoln county, one having Improvements. Address P. O. Uox 05, Stanford, Ky. c For Sale A few thoroughbred Jersey boag pig. Aoril farrow. Price reasonable. T. J.V Durham, 53-Crab Orchard. Phone Fct Sale. Nice fresh Jersey cow, 4S-2Du-ro13-8 61-t- HOLDS ITS ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS HERE Does not Color the Hair AYER'S HAIR VIGOR r The officers nnd director of the Cumberland alley Land Company were elected for the ensuing year at the regular nnnual meeting of the stockholders here this week. J. S. Mocker was president. J. W Alcorn was chosen vice president vice Dr. J. S. Bingham, resigned, and the directors elected were J. W. Fox, or New York. H. E. Fox, of lllg Stone Jap. Va.. Dr. John M. Williams, of I'cmlnc. N. M., J W, Hayden, PtrM. J. It. Dorelng. of London, J. A Cralt, Ioulsvllle and HobU Boyd. Iindon tary and treasurer. This company now owns about acres of tto richest mineral and timber land In Harlan county. It will receive bids for the property from any prospective purchasers. The dividends which It has declared amount to tteveral hundred per cent. Mr. Hayden was secre- The Crossett Shoe When it comes to dress wear, Crossett Shoes are what you want. We have every style, last and color. 700 to d Coffey, McKlnney. 900 pound yearsteers. W. A. For Sale. 40 W. Carpenter, Moreland. 2 shoats. 82-- A. Work' Shoes And medium weight. We have a line, the best made from hand sewed to a machine made We have the Inpestructable Shoe for the farm that we absolutely guarantee. If not good, money Fefundeq or a new pair. Ask your neighbor. 4 ' returned with 5 ear loadi of mares and geldlngt of all slzts jShetland ponlei to half draft maret, 1 to 5 yean old, that will weigh rfrowi 1,200 ito M00 when matured, Jutt the kind to ralie high priced mulet this hvejjut I , know from actual experience. DRAFT F ILLlEa 15 V.EARLING M tol--2- 0YEAR-OLD to 12 DRAFT MARES. YEAR-OLM to 12 DRAFT MARES. -- M3Ao-5 YEAR-OLDRAFT GELDINGS to 'lOSUo 4 GENERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS. 10 20 GENERAL PURPOSE MARES. 30 BRANDED PONIES and several Shetland ponies s or were .bought In Illinois, Missouri and Montana and tTJjeas will handle-- kind and lhe aeibranded but were raised under .fence .and. 2 4 2 two-third- .PRICES FROM 15 to 200. for the winter. close ot or put into winter quarters all unsold by Nor. 15, preparaJ Squire James McKechnle of the riarjAo gome .to Atlanta to engage In the mule business until April 15, Hubble section has sold to J. C. my annual sale of Mules and Uroodtnarea v 'Will Abfin .return and prepare for of Boyle, 12 nice young mules I only bought these to eat a surplus ui v 'to pa eld next , September. As nt J73.50 each. '. ...:n .h-,ronv rvf tht.ni fnr nnv other stock to Braze, especially Erjuuwiiu . , - ...i.-..- ! . j. ... piitua miitfvi una f..- - :;..; w III lue uiai ivcfc D" A RELIABLE MEDICINE NOTAN- jrgenlJe. jwUl FARM FOR SALE. 21' I acres, 2 miles southeast of Hiistonvllle, known as the Uennett Cloyd farm. 60 acres In wheat stubble, remainder in grass; well Improved MINOR GRIGGS. and a fine stock farm; will sell at a bargain. A. W. Carpenter, Moreland. Miss Nannie E. Mln6r. of IMrks-vllle- , For nenL My place of 250 acres daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. A II, asreo of corn. 'Ati acres Minor, onn of the most, prominent for rJ!J--."- 0 fro wheat, 60 acres in meadow, re- families of that section of Uoyle counMr, ileorge ty, and Mr. Samuel O. Crlggs, son of mainder for grazing. Logan Stanford, Ky. Mr. Samuel Orlggs of Madison counM. S. Iiaughman bought a number ty, were married at the ISIIcher hotel of registered Shetland stallions at the Tuesday afternoon. Rev J ' Stroth-or- , big sale In Lexington last week. pastor ot the Metholst church perJohn H. Foster has just gotten ll'J forming the ceremony. extra fine cattle which he bought in Tho couple together with- - two Wayne county near Mill Springs. friends drove from Parksvllle. Mr. The average price paid for them was (rlggs Is a prosperous and energetic young farmer and they, will make 4 cents. He will put them on grass their home In Madison county. lll. THE JS.000 ii.o. .-.. iCAttt?. . - phones 46 and 116, J. H. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. II you have anything to stll in tho On Wednesday Oct, 5th, second day of the Lexington trots, there will probably be a world's record broken by nno of the sensational trotters In the Futurity. Miss Stokes, the champion yearling, trial IMOVi. ARCOTIC (Jet the genuine Foley's Honey and Silent Brigade --'10U, Main Leaf trial Tar In tne yellow package. It Is safe 2:10, Necln IMUVi. Azoff 214, and and el fectl ve. Contains no opiates. several others that have beaten 2:14, Itefuso substitutes. Shugars and Tan- are In the field. Remember tl:u dates and go October ner, Rob-luso- ITY AT FUTUR LEXINGTON SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. m I Jl 1 STOCK Tako I to LINE Here is a Remedy Will Cure Eczema "WE PROVE IT." That DR. HOAG'S Ilcbuyeand sel every day in the year except Sunday, bring on your stock. Best market in the Btate with plenty ot best covered pen, outside of Louisville or Lexington 4d'iJil wat" STANFORD, KY. We also do a general bitch anil feed '.business. -- 3iB5yaqBMBKflBj'7tf3M! Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Blood and Liver Restorative 8 SCHOOL SHOES ! AnMTSlSTtlATOlCS SOT1CKT ATI persous having claims against ttlie estato of M. C. Sautley, deceased, under-,1neovlll preseut the same to the proven on or before properly tlhe J2tb day of October, l'JIO, aud all persons Indebted to said decedent, M. 4J. Baufley will please settle same .promptly. UlSOROE 13. STONE, Admr, of M. C. Sautter, Deceased. Why waste time and money experimenting with greasy salves and lotion, trying to drive the eczema gorm from underneath the skin when the druggist at the drug storo guarantees ZEMO, a lean liquid prepara. Hon for external use to rid the skJn THE DEMON OF THE AIR of 'tho germ llfo that causes the is the germ oj la grippe, that bieathcd trouble? Ono application will re- A Liver Meikke us! Blee4 Pssriftr in, brings suffering to thousands, its lieve (ho Itching and oftentimes one THE RELIABLE REMEDY after effects are weakness, nervous- - bottle Is sufficient to euro a minor for KkeoBitiiB, V'mf&et, Blood nesb. lack of uppeilte, energy aud 0r eczema, jn 0Vl,r 2ooo towns and titles In nitlon. with disordereu liver mm km- and Slue Dkeuts lieys. The greatest need then Is wee. America, the leading druggist ha trie Hltterb, the splendid tonic, blood n10 agency for S5B.MO and ho will toll Strcnglitens tho nerves, make new purifier nnd regulator or thestomach,, you of the marvelous cures made by l.lvernnd Kidney, Tlousanda hate, this clean, simple treatment. 55BMO rich blood, increases appetite. proved that thoy have womlurlully u recognized lis the clennest and More people owe their health and strengthen tho nerves, hiillil mi the, most popular treatment for eczema. strength to it than any other remsystem and restore health and good pimples, dandrurr nnd all other forms edy. Don't wait, buy a bottle today. spirits after an uttack of Drip U mir- ot fkln or scalp affections whether SOLD BY roring, try them Only SU cant. 1'ur uu infunt or grown person. Will you PENNY'S DRUQ STORE. feet satisfaction guaranteed b Pen- try a bottle on our recommendation? l'cnny's drug store. ny's Drug Store Buy your Children's School Shoes from L. L. Sanders and get a nice School Box with each pair. ft i ft L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. m . LJ,jsuirrirYi,t' ' SMsthfeK iwNsW&kjsktaaaM tWla