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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 THE + I INTERIOR jOUkNAt1 VOLUMB XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNT KENTUCKY TUKSDAY OCTOBER 11th JOIO No 65 I GROWERS URGED TO GO SLOW ABOUT SELLING ONCOMMITTEEPOOLED CROP Plans for the county fusion pool otobaccomittee cOMposed of sonic of tho most prominent growers In tho county was pootlunamed to canvass every precinct lithe county The fact that tho price of tho tobacco crop thus year Is ex pected to tall very considerably In the event of failure of the pool Is receiv ing general recognition lu Lincoln and tho sentiment for a pool among the growers Bceras to growing stronger tJW day Home of the lending for-mer largest tobacco growers hero UfO now outspoken in Uiolr ndvocaryI of the pool and seem do what they cnn to promolo IL They do not hesitate to declare their belief tint the present value of land and farm products in Lincoln In duo directly to the success of tho pool and are urging everyone to como In on the movement which will insure tho con tinuance of good pricesIIt is understood tint tile tobacco buyers are becoming very active in tile local held The trlends of the pool here are urging their friends not to IKJ natty In disposing of their crops as tloey ate confident that the future ot good pricees for tobacco In Lincoln depends upon the sate disposition of this yara product- A number of speaking dates for tho pooling campaign have been arranged and it will be pushed hard front now on non Bradley Wilson district man ager will uddresa the growers at these meetingsThe of solicitors who took books to idtnnis the various precincts of the county for tho pool Is ns follows Pave Lynn lien Dryan J N Vanhook 11 It Cow U M Uallard W R DII lion Jr J M Holtzclaw W F Hal lard W T HteU CUrsnca II Tato Others will be placed In the Hold at opec And anyone desiring a solici tore took will receive It by writing 4o Cot J D at SUmford The committee which tat tho holm I of from In Lincoln has Issued the following appeal to grower of the county Appeal to Growers To the Tobacco Gnawers of Lincoln County At a mass meeting of the growers Pt Lincoln county held at Stanford October 10th wo were selected as a committee to hold In trust nil pledges of pooled tobacco In this county We hereby respectfuly request every tobacco grower to Lincoln county to In vestigate and conalder seriously the proposition now before Lincoln coun ty on pooling the 1910 crop As you probably well know we are much Interested In Lincoln county and 1m the tobacco situation and would like to see all tho people In Lincoln county protected In the sale of thl crop No doubt some of you will be approached In the near future by the tobacco buying Interests therefore we respectfully request you again to cosslde seriously our position We also request you to ilgn the pooling pledge when presented to you by the various solicitors also to meet with its In mass meeting In Stanford Saturday October 15th at 130 oclock when wo rin discuss the situation and bear reports from the various dis trict Speaking engagements will be helmet the following places and we hereby request the people of these vicinities to attend Hustonvllle Wednesday Oct 12 13u1 Moreland Wednesday Oct 12 730 1reachcrsvlllo Thursday Oct 12 730 Mt Xenia Friday Oct U 730 Committee R L HUU1JLK NEVIN CARTER DAVE LYN- NCLAlwC TVTE J M RANKIN W 11 D1LLION J R J T EMORY Col J P Chandler sold for Dr Price his house and lot near the Crab Or chard depot Saturday to Earl Holmes for 445 cash Hastonville J Prank task at4 Miss Mary Lush jftho spent the summer with their ItfKauffmanr home In Baltimore Md Mr A M rye had a tine 1200 brood mare to die this week with colicStock Is being subscribed along the route for the proposed electric road from lberQtothll place The pur chase of Cumberland Falls by an East era syndicate will enable them to fur nub the electric power at a much leas cwt than to build equip rand s maintain a plant by the Liberty corn parry They propose to furnish light and power at all points wanted tram their main line along the Cincinnati Southern Railway Electric roads are operated at a much less cost than by any other motive power and gnaollne- motors on cars aro very close 2001 potltori and very desirable for Inter urban road serlce Lusk and McKinney our concrete experts are pushing with a commendable vim the work on their several contracts In our city It Is no all Bummer job for them to complete a large concrete building They actual ly Your Olladatloaa In and walk- up while you atilt 0 i Mrs Mary Spears beloved wife of J J Spears ot Moreland died at her homo after a lingering Illness on Tuesday night and was burled In HUll tonvllle cemetery Thursday In the presence of a large concourse of sum rounding friends and relatives David C Allen leaves in a few days ror the south west In search of health He line asthma We hope ho will soon rWork I nicely on tho Utarpenterof which will bo of most modern arch dellgnstlmtfavornblo comment from devotees of tho beautiful I pnslltdIntoreturn on Thursday October the residence of John A GillotI son In luw She woe 67 years am leaves two dhlldron Mrs John A Ulafii and Miss Anne Wright to mourn through life Uio lo8a ora mothers love Slime was a consistent member the Hanging Fork Presbyterian rlrtirch She val burled on bertha bar mother on the SaturdayI she woe born and whore W O Routon now resides Rev Cary R lllaln ably unit most impressively onducted tlio sad services For SaleA splendid lllue Urns farm containing ISO acres moro of lUll and known as the Leo farm with good dwelling and outbuildings Und In itighatato of cultivation and can h- isount e U ueh leas price ia the same quality of land with Improve munts can bo botiaht Lincoln Gar rard or Doyle 6uritles Let run thaw you call on or write W It Williams A Co quick at HuitonvIIlf Ky I The ladles auxiliary to the yrW 0 M met Wednesday afternoon a the church Mrs Rufus Ilpns nil leader and had prepared n tiplendld program Mrs Ltpps conducted the uovotluual Mlga Anglo Carpenter vms organist Mrs tiammona Robinson Mrs 0 C flute and Mrll Juno liockor ouch made splendid Mrs Perry told about the talklj convention In such a way that as It they had Jioen there Mss told a story In u very ad 101111nutby all The climax of this splon Injhugur1Jennie Carpenter who has lust elected the eleventh time Plans were fully discussed for C W U M aay and the reorganl7aelon of the coil drcns work to be superintended by Mrs Robert L Berry W D Hocker rind family will leave here about first ot November for Nash vllle Tenn In which place thoy ex peel to reside It Is with the most profound regret of this entire rom munity where they were born tnd nl- ed that they move to other claims and they carry with them the best wishes for their happiness and sue eras In their new sunny home Frank Vaughn bouglt a car of togs and butcher cattle Tuesday paying S tent for bogs and 3 and 4 for cat tie Mrs Olncy Walls the venerable mother of our friend Jacob Wells Is becoming quite feeble She has the constant loving care of the family day and night She Is a devout Chris tlan and has been a member of the church for 80 years She Is now In her 93 year Rev C H Dickerson of Nocholas rllle who has been carrying on a pro tructed meeting at the colored Chris than church hero for past ten days baptized IG Sunday aternoon In the creek near the Liberty Ford There has been 24 additions to the church among whom Is Squire MaKlnney who among those Immersed Sunday Squire Is about 73 years of age and It is the hope of his friends and breth ren that he will continuo steadfast In the Masters service Patties in a hurry for a new borne should see Lusk and McKlnney who build concrete houses on any plan by pouring a la edlson Come at once and let us show you the bet bargains In a two hundred Acre farm In Kentucky with n eplem did sew nine room dwelling fine largo metal toot tobacco barn tenant houses all at the remarkably low price of 9000 12 cash balance to suit pur chaser Possession given in 20 days There la It reason for this latrlnce Huston W R Williams Company vllle Ky effect exper purgativeThe pleasant lenced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach Dud Liver Tablets and the healthy condition ot the body an d mind which they create makes one reel Joyful Sold by Pennys Drug Store I THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE Home and farm one full year regular 60oprice Uncle Remus Home Magazine regu 100 lar price Good Housekeeper full year regu lar price 150 Te Evening Post dally 3 months 123 The Interior Journal your home paper full year 100 Here you have a value of 525 All for 200 for a short time only Send or bring your order In at once tc The Interior Journal Stanford 1 Ky This offer Is not good where the- Eifenlmi Wt has an agent o LOT SALE PROVES QUITE SUCCESSFUL NEW ADDITION NAMED FOR W BLAND WHO GOT 14 LOTS OTHER BUYERS The sale of the lots on the Embry property last Saturday by the Young Development Company of Glasgow proved very successful In every par ticular A big crowd was present and bought liberally W U Land tho welt known Main street merchant bought a total ot 14 loU and being the adI back lots to 1225 for those facing on Lancaster avenue Tho buyers were W B Land 14 lots O D find J D Wearon u Iota M 11 Swueuey 3 lots Mrs Patsy Drown 2 lots J M Phillips 2 lots L E Herndon 4 ots J O Sartain 2 lots P W Wlitpp 2 lots and the following one each W A CaraoniM A Johnson S J Em- bry 1 Newland Mrs S U Matt link Farmer Mrs Annlo Woods iSmbry und Mrs Lou Dunn Em bry Sum T Young and the Messrs Wal ton who conducted tho sale pleases everyone Ity their businesslike and gentlemanly treatment There was no bybidding and everyone was giver an equal chance The promoters are real estate men of wide experience and made many friends while here mho will be glad to know Uiot they made a fair profit on the sales They will probably go from hero to Urod head to put on a similar sale DOES THIS SOLVE- PERPETUAL MOTION h J McROBERTS HAS CLOCK THAT HA RUN SIX WEEKS WITHOUT WINDING t Has the secret ot perpetual motion been unexpectedly solved Is the Uie question which everyone fu + ask lug who has seen the wonderful clock prominent clothing merchant of this city This clock an ordinary eight day timepiece used In the living room the home of H J McRoberts a lat avenue has now been running six weeks without winding and to appearances seems Inclined to run on Indefinitely And the wondorful thins about it Is that Its main spring hlch is plainly visible from the side remains as tightly coiled as when re wound for the last time over a month ago The clock keeps excellent time and apparently will run on forever unless stopped Just six weeks ago while Mrs Mc Roberts was engaged about some housework the clock which bud Just been wound suddenly began to strike It was about ten oclock In the morn IngoNot content with striking ten however the timepiece kept on strik tag and Mrs McRoberts mysUfled counted the strokes When the num ber got to 120 she became tired of the noise and Jammed a pencil Into the wheels of the clock stopping tho striking and the mpvemenU as well Shortly afterward she removed the pencil to see U It would strike again but no sound came forth and the clock began to run again as usual Since that time tho clock has nun continuously without winding but It has ceased to sound tbp passing ot the hours by striking What Mr McRoberts regards as the strongest feature of the whole thing however Is the fact that the main spring remains Lightly wound up while the hands run on and record almost perectltm- eLancaster The Chautauqua Circle has reorgan ized holding Its first meeting with Mrs Fred P Frlsble The Teachers Association was held at tho Mt Tabor Baptist church In this county and a most interesting was renderedprogram Mrs R E Henry entertained with Ii sumptuous dining In honor of Mes lames Miles and Dowers of Eldorado Arkansas Mr Booth Thompson has sold his farm to his brother RI Thompson lor 30000 This Is pronounced one I of the best farms in the county The I City Council passed an qrdlnancc placing a IQOO license onn all soft I drink stands where Malt Mead Deer ine and other similar drinks are sold One hop jolpt has dosed its doors and It Is hoped the other will qoon follow suit The fallowing Lancastrian were in attendance at tho State Sunday I School convention which me In Win chester last week Meadames Mattle Duncan and E C Gained of the Pres byterlanchurch and Mrs Thomas Hendrcn and Knapp West of tho Baptist congregation I1L is In time of sudden mishap or ac cident that Chamberlains Liniment can be relied upon to tithe the placed the family doctor who cannot nl wuys bo found at the moment Then It Is that Chamberlains Liniment is never found wanting In cascso of sprains cuts wounds and bruises Chamberlains Liniment takes out the Bareness and drives away tho pain Sold by U L Penny c NEW BANK HASHAPPY OPENING I I STATE BANK A DOES BIG FIRST BUSINESSI ntntiforTrust CompanYformally opened SoturdaTheninnlhappy positors flocked in with money and congratulatethe j i und to wish them much success A I total of almost 20000 was deposited as tho tint days business which was considered a remarkably good show IIIB The banking room In tho Odd Feb lows building was handsomely decor ated with flowers and potted plants In honor of the occasion President W L McCarty Vice Presidents O L Penny J U Eadg and J S Rico and Cashier J W Hutcheon and Assist rtnt Cashier C HUTS Foster were on hand during the day to do the honors of the occasion and were assisted by many of the directors and stockhold ers and three charming young ladles Misses Kate Ends Jennie Pepples and Hazel Stone who handed pretty bou quets to the visitors James F Ramey bank clerk of the departments of the Secretary of State at Frankfort was present and handed tho charter to the new Institution aft Ar making a careful examination of time books accounts etc Mr Ruraey highly complimented the officers and directors upon the showing made He said that he had rarely ever seen a new bank start under moro favorable auspices or with better prospects He was nuprUed at the volume of business shown on the opening day and was unstinted in h4congratula Lions Wine otllcerS otlhe new InstH tuUon Leg Broken YOUNG FARMER THROWN OUT OF BUGGY ANn HURT v Vlll Green of Mltctwllitliiri DoylV aunty was thrown out of u buigy and had his left leg liroK n ahoy the ante when a horse o nn1 two other men were driving frightened at a nock of turkeys which flew across the pike early MosRfe mor ng 1 he men another oj Jom wax unwed Korsythe were joining to worl on the farm of J D Jones In this county They were drivinp it very nuiiso ant uial and he bolted nt Jo sight ot the turkeys turning the rig over after a short run and throwing the wan tread long out All were jvernly shaken up In addition to tile serious ujury to Mr Green Ho was taken a a house near the scene of the accident and min leg set by Dr Catdweil Parksville Mm Annie Parks has returned from a visit to her brother Mr Thomas Durham at Lebanon Mr Terry Drlscoe of Lawrenccburg visited his mother Mrs Susan UrlKcoe Sunday Misses Mary and Ada Steel of Junction City were recent guests of their aunt Mrs NV D Ovcrstreet Mrs t E Drown Is a guest ot her daughter Mrs J II hays near Mitchcllsburg Mr and Mrs John W Rawllngs and laughter Mrs W H Hartman ot Macon Ga visited relatives hero Sun dayMr und Mrs George A Carter left Tuesday to visit relaUvea and friends at Knoxvllle and Atlanta Mrs H M Pitman of erryvllle who wus recent guest of her parents Mr mud rs F M Bower has gone to visit relatives at London and Paris Dr W A Drown had a valuable Jack to get sick about ten days ago and to save the animal from suffering he was shot Monday morning A much needed well Is being drilled at the Chestnut Grove school house the school at which place Is being taught by Mr R L Powers The magntferous banjo player nnd near actor Mr F E Lewis has re turned from a showing trip In Illi cols there he gathered in many ammo Icons and much applause Mrs Sallle Bell Whltlock went to Gravel Switch Tuesday to nurse A sick person Mrs Nancy Brooks Aged about 70 years died Sunday at thp home of one ot titr daughters near this place Jn torment took place at Chestnut Grove meeting house Monday afternoon Miss Ethel Clelland lia guest of her cousin Miss Addle C Eastland of Louisville An5ii t 1n loriS NOTICE Alt persons having claims against the estate of M C Saufley deceased will present the same to the undersigned properly proven on or before tho 12th day of October 1910 and all persons Indebted to said decedent M C Saufley will please settle some promptly GEORGE E STONE Admr of M C Saufley Deceased 1 flS FISH who rW fly bought out his partner EU Pennlngton In the successful insurance firm of Fish Ptnulngton and Is now going it alone with much success Mr Fish moved to Lincoln a few years ago from Paint Lick and Instantly made good In tho home of his adoption He Is regarded as one of the best posted Insurance men in this part of the state and Is undoubt edly one of the most progressive His largo business extends far beyond the confines of Lincoln Into the surround tag counties where time Interior Jour nal circulates extensively and this uptodate business man takes advan rgeadertlstmenrHe and his popular family reside on Lancaster avenue and number their irleuds by their acquaintances Killed a Rattlesnake S D BARTLEYS EXCITING EX- PERIENCkIN CASEY S D Hartley the well known drummer who travels out of here had a rather exciting experience with a rattle snake over In Casey county last week while driving to Yosemite with Mrs Dartley Their horse suddenly Bliyed nnd they found a large rattler curled In the road In front of them Mr Bnrtley Jumped out of the vehicle and attacked the serpent with his bug gy whip and said he never saw anything as mad as that rattler seemed to be for he shook his buttons untl they sounded almost like a bongs artist In a negro minstrel Mr Dart Icy finally laid his snakesblp out how ever and he meaured 30 Inches In length and was very large in girth This is the first rattlesnake heard ot In this section for a long time f Moreland Mr Charles Grubbs of Knoxville Tenn was with his parents Mr and Mrs R L Grubbs last week Mrs R L Grubba and daughter spentlastThere Is a stfeet fair at Junction City this week with about 76 persons belonging to it Rope walking and lire n part of the attractions Mr H Clay Bottom our genial cat tie man has moved Into tho Garner Deauo house In Junction City Miss Sallle Dell Gaddls ot Is making her home with DowenI Mrs E I Grubbs The L R N H It Company IS put ting a tin roof on Its Shelby City depot Messrs James Minor R L Grubbs and Oliver Grubbs are work ing on it Mr Fred Cook ot Stanford Is now night operator at Shelby CityIMiss Allene Grubbs Is threatened with pneumonia Miss Deane of Kings Mountain has come to live with her parents Mr and Mrs Deane and Is attend our graded stool Mr and Mrs H Fleece Ewing of Liberty Ky spent a ew days last week with Captain W E and Profess sor E L Grubbs Rev W G Montgomery has Just moved Into his recently completed house on the Hustonvllle and Dan villa pike iA new tobacco warehouse IlL be log bulltby Ityuboulsville ware house Company Itnttuated opposite the residence of Mr Charles Cqlfoy Mr G B Pruitt is going to hove a sale Oct 22 He will sell everything The burial of Mrs Mary J Spears took place Thursday morning at 1130 oclock In the Hustonvllle ceme tel Mrs Spears was a member of the Christian church She leaves a hUll band and six children She died at eleven oclock Tuesday night Miss Fannie Dorton of Hanston vllle Virginia Is visiting her sister Mrs C O Hanson The wife of Andy Horiran colored was hurled October 5th Miss Zcllo Clarkson has been visit ing relatives in Liberty Mr PHlmeter the new pastor of the Methodist church will preach his first sermon on Sunday October 9th 1 J FOOT BALL TEAMI-ISCORES BIG VICTORY STANFORD BOYS DEFEAT SOMER SET THERE SATURDAY BY 33to0 ballteamwhenItdefeatedschool there by 13 to 0 It was a whichwasboysthanfoundAfterlace Singleton made a touch a take forward pass The SomerSetJ referee would not also It and same nuabbllng ensued and was stopped thqnccordJnKfound tor Somersets claim After m84 minutes of hard playing In which tlmo the ball changed sides two or tfcireo times Harris Coleman made a straighthusksSomersets heavy men The ball was again placed In play and after two or threo minutes Wesley Embry made a second touch down by a cross buck l11a11ngvilthout 0Inseries of fierce line bucking by James Cole man Tuttle and Hubble Somerets gettheStanford8 goal where the boys held them for downs by same of the most remarkable playing of the game onI to middle the field where It was mutfed by Craw ford the Somerset quarter back Im quarterbackspirited away to the goal after run ning about 100 yards and made the SlnJIetonwas again started from the middle of tlandtouchlawnto kick Uie fourth goal the second quarter ended with score 23 to 0 After an Intermission of 15 mill utes 11wall again resumed with Somerset defending the north goal i Stanford kickeiV off to them and after about six minutes by means of a fake ploy which worked like a charm Har rill Coleman scored the fifth touch most graceful manner and after a few minutes ot playing without results the third quarter ended with the score 2 tl to 0 In favor of Stanford Alter intermission of three min lies play was again resumed with our men defending the north goal After several minutes of playing Mike Penny Stanfords swift left half made a 45 yard run around the right end and made the sixth touch down Singleton failed to kick the goal and after quite a number of lively scrimmages without results and the game ended with a total score of33 to 0 Singleton kicked three out of fire goals All the boys did flue work and showed that they had been well trained by Prof Wlgglngton The follow ing Is the lineup Somerset Stanford Roberts L TOBannon-B Gooch and KlnneL T McCarty ChlbetlaL GRankln and Brown Huey C Bright Jhadonn GoochR JO T Cow man Uusslng R T Toe Hill Converse H BBingletoa3ra- wford Q U1VatersTu- ttle R It Kmbry Hubble L H Penny J Coleman F Bll Coleman Umpire and referee Wlgglntou IdIMallary Head linemau Waddle Time keeperProf McCokle and Inn land Attractive Rate ROUND TRIP FROM MORELAND TO LEXINGTON FOR 9160 Following Its custom the Queen Crescent Railway has Inaugurated a very ottracUve round trip rate be tween numerous points and Lexlng ton Rood now and every day upto and including Saturday October 15 The roundtrip rate from Marelandto Lexington and return Is 1160 and Uio round trip rate from McKinney is 175 These rates are only 25 cent none than the usual fare one way and were especially made to accom modate those desiring to take In the trots Much Interest Is now centered in the new High Bridge being erected by this superb system The massive steel secUona at certain points have reached a height over the old bridge pnd are easily seen by passengers crossing on the trains The new bridge size and length taken into con x sideration will be the most massive structure of IU kind in North Amen ca nnd In possibly the entire civiliz ed world Hundreds ot carloads ot massive steel sections are being used In the Jlllnt structure + r Hoarseness In a child subject to croup Is a sure indication of the ap crouch ot the disease If Chamber lains Cough Remedy Is given at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared It will prevent the Attack Sold by Pennys Drug Store a I T rriv RI 1 Z THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL y t TUESDAY OCTOBER 11th 1P10 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 VBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At It Per Year In Advance aHELTON SAUFUEYPublliht Entered at the Post Office at Stanford Ky as Second Class mall POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For CircuitJudge The Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrtst at the election to be held November 1U11 subject to the action of the Demo Here si the way an exchange duns Its subscribers If you Have frequent fainting spells accompanied by chills tramps corns bunions chit lalnsj epilepsy and jaundice It is a sign you are not well but liable to die any tulnutclay your subscription in advance dthu make your self solid for a good obituary notice It prominent Whttley county gentle man one who Is In position to know stilted a few days ago that Caleb Powers spent 90000 In the reent prl mary between him and Edwards He further stated that his money was given him while In prison that he would have to spend 90000 more If he defeated Bertram Adair County News Announcement is made that the Somerset Republican which for some reason ceased publication soon after the Powers primary is to be revived and placed on strong footing The Republlan has been chiefly a political not been a financial success No news paper cast long such lines can be The time has come when political or organ and as It usually the case hat personal organs are almost diS credited among the newspaper read Ing public A newspaper must stand for something higher than that its opinions can be moulded accord- Ing to the whim of some professlona politician or Its news colored to fol low the fortunes of a partisan polity The one hundred and eighth an nual meeting of the Kentucky Synod of the Southern Presbyterian Church met In annual session at the First Presbyterian church In Danville today The Rev W 11 Mlley of Portland avenue church Louisville delivered the opening sermon UER WEIGHT INCREASED FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS Wonderful Praise Accorded Perunathe Household Remedy Mrs Maria Goertz Orlenta Okla homa writes My husband children and myself have used your medicine and vro al ways keep them in the house in case of necessity I was restored to health by this medicine and Dr Hartmans in valuable advice and books People ask about me from different places and are surprised that 1 can do all of my housework alono and that I was cured by the doctor of chronic catarrh My husband was cured of asthma my daughter of eatache and catarrh of the stomach and my son of catarrh of the throat When I was sick I weighed 100 pounds now I Wigfa 110 I have regained my health again and youradvlcetnd bless yovJerk PuWic Sale Having cold my tar31 will oa Wednesday Octettcr 12 1910 one mile east oVMarcellus da FlsHer Font pike sell pair mate mules 6 7 years old 15 31 hand high weight 2400 pounds 2 pair mare mules year lings 15 34 hands high good ones 1 pair horse mules 5 years old ItS bands 1 pair of horses 4 years old 1 pair horses 6 years oldifli pair horses 2 years old I saddle irare and colt by Outline one brood mare and colt 28 fat hogs from 200 to SOU pounds 4 sows and pigs good ones 1 Duroc 225 pound boar 21 yearling rattle 2 harse wagons 2 hay framesI 2 Superior drills 1 mower 1 self binder 2 large push rakes 1 dump ake 1 hay press 2 No1 tarpaulins buckdoard 3 sets of buggy harness l Frazier road cart and narness and ompleto set of farming tools of overy lescrlptton All the farming tools aro practically new 60 shoats 60 Bounds f end 6 brood sows Dinner will be served on the grounds G C ROSS Marcellus Ky I M Dunn Auct Your cough annoys you Keep back Ing and tearing the delicate mem branes of your throat if you want to be annoyed But If you want rellel want to be cured take Chamberlains Couch Remedy Sold by O 1 Penny iI 1 I 1IIu I T Pile of Style Clothes = cAIn this vicinity who do not know of the good clothes we sell and the very reasonable prices we ask for them but they are one by one com havntbeenus ask a visit right now Dont put offselecting last minute of the day Come along while there is plenty to pick from Weve got em mind you from 8 up but we rather urge you to put 1850 into a suit We thinkit economy when you have worn it a few seasons it will be as good as an average 10 suit Even if you have to steal the time drop in w E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky PROMPT PAYMENT of nil losses is a feature of the fire Insurance companies we represent Have us Issue you a policy so that in case fire does come you will be in sured In a company that makes prompt and liberal settlements Our companies neither haggle over pen ales nor stand on trivial technicali ties W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 Notice We binea sc m111 forj aleWlth IDhorsepower bailer 30 hp engine a new saw mill for sale 4 cash bal ance In two four and six mouths with good notes Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky The Eastern syndicate that has had an option on Cumberland Falls for over a year for which they have paid 100 a month has purchased the Falls for 1100000 Their Intentions are toI harness the Jails and furnish power for all the surrounding cLUes I Teen U more Ctunh la thfe MtUoa ot Mw eeunlnr I tee ail Duet draft put tocUr ud UDUIUIe IM ew 7Ult eM uppoeed to lie rttlrtble For arntmay It a tdlfftMprscrlbtd towtemeMaodbyteatmurl- nuICato but Uttmm n Selena Cfcurcb to be a cewutmioul db nSttSSoS iwlrw coottttuoon1 tmuanl Hari starts Ctae mnuretured by F J ceenty- c Toledo 01lJO Y the only ODGItltutloDaI tan D- OUI muktt J r takeD tteroU1 m dOOM from to- dror M a teupoosrol J sate GIrfttI7 oo ILe lllOOd Dad mnoouurtaJ tile IJWkIL nn Deer oab- eedred oIoIWW rev ay nnM a tins to care ea let eaeuln sad wtamooru- Addre J t coToWa OOi- aTsu Dp CHENEY Ems tamil rak tat cesaihstlsa STIRRING TIMES we are having In the building line Ae carry a full line of lime plaster cement and everrthlng else needed for building Everything purchased- ere will be found of the best quail ty and the best for intended purposes Ae will save you trouble and unnecea iary expense by sending to ua for an jstlmate J A ALLEN Stanford Ky Public Sale Having sold our farm two miles east of Crab Orchard on IMx liver known as the 0 P Newland farm we will offer for sale publicly on Thursday October 13 the following described property 1 paIr of fouryearold work mules 1 combined horse 1 work mure with foal by Jack 1 brood mare with twin mule colts with foal by jack 1 mule two years old 2 2 yeur old horses 1 yearling horse 15 yearling cattle 1 fat cow and two calves 0 00pound hogs and 2 12 pound hogs 10 bar rels of corn household and kitchen furniture and other things too numer ous to mention Terms given on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock Col M II Johnson Auctioneer ROBBINS BROS Jo Ce McClary Undertaker and Em barn er STANFORD KY Office Phone 17 Home Phone 35 Q D CARTERN- ew Llverv Depot Street r Phone 99 STANFORD KENTUCKY HARNESS ON A HORSEIshould be made BO ns to feet comfort We carry gOOdlbutline If you need harness for farm wagon or for a racing sulky you Will get the best of Its kind at J C McCLARY Stanford Ky REAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over agnln In lessened doctors bill Out you must be sure that It Is real It Isnt the white basin and nickeled pipes that make sanitary plumbing It Is the way they are put together Have us do your plumbing We have the know howW K WARNER Phone let0 Stanford1 Ky NB B Northcottj LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Eggs 1S1VC hens 10llc Fryers 1M20 Turkeys 1I eIDucks 7 Roosters per Ib 55Hc Hides per Ib7cFeathers 1540c LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN 1 EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE I We can please you Phone 163 I J G Riddle I CRAB ORCHARD KY I Buyer of All kinds ot farm produce and am paying today for lions 9 12 to lOc oIIS l1c Springers 11 to 11 l2c Roasters 5 to 6 l2c Turkeys 12 to 13o Ducks V 7 to 8c tildes t 6 12 to 7c Feathers 16 to 4313I Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick en Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce Phone 20 YOU CAN BUY Your coal cheaper Bright now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11- J H Baughman Cot Fall in Winter Suitings My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection They comprise the best on the market 1 can suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit mado to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To havo coedanyquality and m learwee 08ae la u4 let m HUM I euara H a It sy tea FnwUwl TJlor6 UNDERWEAR oeooooooo o o These crisp mornings remind you of your underwearthat you need something a little warmer And we want to remind you that our underwear stock like every other ine we carry improves each sea son InSEPARATESUITSShirtsand Drawers we show a splendid rib bed garment also a Soft Fleeced pneatSOc The wellknown and- Justly popular Wrights Wool Fleeced at 1 per garment WRIGHTS and COOPERS medium weight Bal brigan Just the thing for this season of the year at 1 per garment ROYAL SILK PLUSH The nicest underwear in all the worldnever scratches never fades never draws up in the washing 150 the garment UNlbJST SUITS in balbrigan atlWrights at 2 and in the Silk Plush at 3 the suit We want to show you these garments H J McRoberts BB8BQ83B G L Penny II H cotter E II Coleman Ice roar 1oa Wator IPhosphates fB N Grape JuicD m And a Large List ofGnuine fItV1a + BBBB iBBBB F1 I JLBeazleyCo Undertaken and Embalm Ilya Also Dealers in Fur niture Mtttingj Rug They will exchange Furniture fore all Kadof Stock Give These a Call Pricee Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer ot Marble and Granite Monu ments Marker and Pocu Cemetery and Law vases and Bettee Omce and works Me Klnney Xy- CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE III can furnish the public with the best at well at the freshest of cut flower plants of all kind bulbs potted flowers on short notice Alto make a epctlalty ol wreaths lor for funeral purposes la oonuectloo with heabove 1 have all kfadof vegetables on hand at reasonable DstOHKIBTMAN HOUBHED BUnfcrti Ky T rIW A TRiaiBBLft eIFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Tstanford CONCRETINGWe eretlDK inch ai house down toa fenoeapostWeeesrseve roe promptly and guarantee nritoltM ricebelerPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky When Hungry OO TO Okrion Restaurant Lancaster Btre t XMenlt to 11 tmr x nett place In wn for a good qnlok mea- l0ookingtosuIiourcmtomeronrspeolaltr t eplendld new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee andwicBM plciiBntter milk and sweet nllk etc at all UBIM Wr As CARSON Ptile J n AT2 a11 t 1 0 t J TUESDAY OCTOBER lltb ifot SLZ NFOIRD KENTUCKY INTERIORJOURNAL e C R 1 Jy LADIES SWEATERS 100 to 300 GIRLS SWEATERS 100 to 200 BOYS SWEATERS COC to Jlooi AMERICAN LADY CGRSETS New Stock of all Sizes Just in 100 to 300 NEW PERSIAN SILKS for Waists 100 to 175 yard d There Is a new lIne of 2Bc box pa fete pedal yaliea at Feiinjra Drug here trLPERSONAL NOTES Howard Catanltz arrived borne Fri day and IB very poorly Miss Ollle Green ot Birmingham Aia is the guest this week of Miss Mettle Floyd Mr and Mrs Sam Spoonamore bavt returned homo from theIr honeymoon spent at Knoxville Miss Mary D Kennedy has returned from a visit to Atlanta and other points In the south Mr and Mrs It O Haraptoa who are spending the winter at Lebanon Junction came up Sunday to visi the hoincfolks F L Thompson of Mt Vernon was hero Saturday the guest of his daugh ter Mrs L H Hughes- Representatlve 8 M Carson of Louisville spent several days herewith his cousin W A Carson and other relatives Miss Elisabeth Baughmsn visited the Misses liaughmun at Hustonvltlc last week MlM Marie Mabony is in Louisville taking a course in the missionary training svhool there preparatory to going as a missionary Nettle Wrsy spent last week here the guest of her brother It Ci fray and sister Mrs L M Bruce Miss Wray Is tavellng through the south Edgar fl Albright of the 1Ilj Vernon signal was hero on business Monday y Mr Tlnsley Spoonamore of Stanford arrived Wednesday witH a view of locating hefev Jlr Spoonamore Is an uncle of MrsJ D 116dcrman 1of this cltX S merset1Imell returnedA WC estel near Stanfordlfiw Vllle Meta ier Mlss jK jrtDe Well Mnit Wallace G6ver Mr Clydo Settles and Mr Marshall McCollum of Junction City attended the Hustoovuio dance last week Miss Elizabeth Mains of Green Vllle Texlvho has been opening the summer In Hustonvllle with relatives left Monday for her home She was accompanied by her grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Adams who will spend the winter there Miss Bessie Uaughman of Huston vllle Is visiting her sister Mrs Smith Penny In SI Joseph Mo Atlas Cooper Folond has gone to I Suartansburg N C whore sho will teach this winter She stopped over en route at the Appalachian Exposi tion at Knoxville Mr Tan Murphy son of Mr WL Murphy a handsome and popular en gineer on the Isthmus of Panama spent a pleasant vacation with homes folks After a few days In New York he will sail back to his post of duty feeling happier and better after see Ing the dear old home 4 Mr and Mrs Albert Florence have returned from Knoxville and will go to housekeeping nt once In a cottage on East Main- I W Hughes of Memphis vlslte d one of Stanfords most charming girls here Sunday Mrs John Lutes In visiting In Paris Col C T lotion ol Lebanon was here Monday Mill Elizabeth Lutes has returned from Calgary Alta Canada lion W J Price of Danville was here on business Monday Mr J M Alvcreon of FrnnJfprt spent several days here VallYeKanElijah Spoonamore and other relatives Friends of Rev It D Mabony wllll regret to learn that ho has been un able to return to his pastorate at Allensvllle being compelled to take treatment In a hospital at Louisville M J Mundy who drives the big Mallctt engine on the Olnclnna1 Southern from Cincinnati to Oakdale his been on a visit to the hometolks HnrlrodsburgMm Tlnsley Spoonauiore The Ladles Aid Society f the Christian church will meet with Mn John B Foster Saturday iiftimoon the IGth at 2 oclock This meeting Is In place of their regular laeetfng scheduled for the Slth Handsomely enftravid Invitations have been received hero reading a followsMrs Martha 3rlgnt Adams Invites you to be present at the marrlaso of her daughter Frances- Dr to Timothy William Pennlngton on Thursday afternoon October the twentieth Nineteen hundred and ten al half past three oclock Presbyterian Church Hustonvtlle Kentucky OULL find here in our store the greatest show on earth of good clothes more first prize winners than anywhere else all the highclass thoroughbred styles and you canjust as well take a first premium as n ot Hart Schaffner Marxr new styles new coloring new allwool fabrics perfect tailoring let us show you how well we can fit you in these perfect clothes Suits 1750 ts 40 Overcoats 15 to 3500J j Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY THIS STORE It THE HOME OF HART 8CHAFFNCR A MARX CLOTHES ZaEHESSKy v New Arrivals Every day brinks some New Goods to our store Look to your right and left for some of the latest M Mrs John H Shanks has returned from a several days stay In Loulsllle Mrs Fred Oarnett has returned Iroma reldt1vEa Misses Jane and Mary Tamme spent wittyfriendsMr and Mrs J T Bingaman were guests of Mr and Mrs JI F Ncwland on Cedar Creek Mr and Mrs Ernest Warren of Middlesboro are the guests of Rev Jos Dalou and family Thc Ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will meet Friday aft ernoon at 230 oclock with Mrs Mattie Withers Rev A A HIggins of Glasgow who Is attending the Presbyterian synod at Danville was over Monday to see his brother Dr W Harry Higgins The latter leaves Friday to return to his post at Clifton Springs N Y The Womans Improvement Club will meet on Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock In the lecture room of the Christian church SHORT LOCAL NEWS Dont fall to attend the bankrupt sale of the White stock Wedding presents at W H Mud lees Fresh roasted peanuts every day al- T D Newlands I Uoy wanted between ages of 14 and 16 W H Mueller Found Black derby hat sold by Cummins Wearen This office Blx per cent penalty goes on your city taxes Nov 1 Better pay up before then B D Carter Collector Lost Pair of gold rimmed spectacles 12 reward for their return Apply at this office For Sa Iromcottage and all nefedwFy outbuildings well fenced Apply to Bud Holderman For SaleTwo second hand wagons and one wheat drill Pence Bros 632 Wanted to borrow lSOO on good security This office 643 YOUR 1910 CITY TAXES ARE NOW DUE ALL PARTIES OWING ME 18G8 AND 1909 TAXES MUST SETTLE AT ONCE OR I WILL TAKE EXECUTION AGAINST THEM B D CARTER 633 Lost coatLancaster pike Return to this office and receive reward Wanted a salesman for this and sur rounding counties with a flrat class line of furnishing goods notions and pants David Ades Lexington Ky a For Sale Brick house and two acres of land on Somerset street nIce cottage on East Main street house and 25 acres on East Main and a house and five acres of land on Dan ville avenue Apply to Harvey Helm a For sale privately my home on East slam Street Mrs L B Cook Stanford Kentucky P Estray Large Poland China boar homemade ring in nose Notify M S Baughiaan Any person having old books letters magazines ledgers or papers or any kind that they do not need will assist in a good cause by donating them to the Presbyterian Aid Society Apply to Mrs J B Paxton Pres George Dunn popular clerk for- D W Durham at Junction City baa been quite ill of on attack of rheuma tismThere will be n pedal of tho Knights of Pythias here on next Thursday night Oct 15 Every mem ber IB urged to be present and to come on time For your cleaning and pressing and the best laundry In town the Lexington laundry Take them to Wesley Johnson He has an expert from the city does first class work Try him In the Interior Journat building Salesman wantedlolonk after our interest fa Lincoln and adjacent eon ties Salary of commission Address The Victor Oil Coinpuuy Cleveland Ohio 50 acres of land room boxed cottage good barn blacksmith shop and all other necessary outbuildings well watered and fenced close to church Stanford Real Estate Company 1 used Hyomel faithfully for a few weeks and was entirely cured of ca tarrh and bronchial cough of 10 years standingWm McVay Jackson Mich Breathe Hyomel and cure ta zit G L Penny guarantees it outfit U extra bottle CO centst tI J 4 f4 s i I CADET HOSIERY for Men Women Girls and Boys EVery paAf guaranteed Price all sizes 25c f off1 MISS NEW YORK PETTICOATS All prices SatteancCS ilto13 They have no equal Silks from 500 up guaranteed wear t jTreat IIiA big bankrupt sale of the goods ot W W White will start next Saturday Everything will be sold regardless of cost Watch for big advertisement Friday The taxbooks ol ruorchard grad ed school are now reaay andtaxes are due the pity Vill go on Nov J VThe books always be afJtbeC office of the Crab Orchard Banking Company Miss Ophelia Lackey Treasurer cO8 If taken andwill relieve the most obstinate cases of indlffBtlon constipation bad blood bad 11Io matter how long stand lug ljrtSla what Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tea will do 35 cents Tea or Tablets Shugars Tanner The Honeymooners a very ap propriate play in Stanford Just now will come to the opera house here on Saturday night next It is said to bo full of laugh from beginning to end has a number of charming musical numbers which will appeal to nil lov ers of music Dont miss It The Stanford Band turned out and gave Mayor A D Florence and bride a warm and rousing welcome home when they returned from their honey moon spent at Knoxville Monday evening Drs J G Carpenter and W F HIckle will lecture at the Christian church at Hpbble next Sunday after noon at 230 olcock Five Jars of pathological specimen will be exhibited at that time Leg Broken The many friends o5 fltel KVfShewmnker are delightful lev teoVr that he has returned to Meresatdand will again represent thee p C uagent there Mr ShswmaSeri retfce a faw trbnths ago to a fariaeilD2ddreer county but thelove of olcPUnODTnuww too strong for him and luff 9fM cast spelled to leave Ms rural retreat Chamberlains Cougli roiA41- s y tataf70 become famous or Its cnreisWccfsaJV1 colds croup and Influenza qty W when In need It contarov4o hrateM ghllrptmnltwlief Skin And Scalp Tmtes Yield to Zemo A CLEAN LIQUID PHEttfrttnTOK FOR EXTERNAL USC Pennys drug store is so confltteRfc that ZEMO will rid the eUatat txtUyf of Infant or grown person otpCaa plea blackheads dandruff gczeazx prickly heat rashes hlvesMvj pwl son or any other form of sldtv or scalp eruption that they wjniee your money back If you arrneteva t tlrely satisfied with the resxWVTo3 talned from ZEMO The first application1 will etnprompt relief and show an Improve ment and in every Instance rhswmr used persistently win destroy tb germ life leaving the skip 1w a tttWx healthy condition Let us show you proof of soweT markable cures made by ZEMG taigive a 32 page fceohlet hcrtfto prescro the skin Feanyn JDre Store i OGOOGOO t llt OOOo o SEE OUR LINE- HEATING OF = O po I i- STOVES 1 oF 10 1 t td rc 0 W tz ETC t Q 0 Wii z er 1 w H HIGGiNSG Wi Stanford Kentuckywt e o c o 0 0 0 0 o ro o ot aeo o- YT u t t IL R Hughes T W Humble TV 0 Martia If I Now Dress GOD SI l We are beautiJIShOWWaful line of Goods in black and colors in the new diagonalweavesFrench serges stripes and Broad I rclothAlso the newest and largest assortment of trimmings we have ever shown in AIIi overs Braids Persian bands and buttons Call and see us before buying HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes n KENTUCKY LrMI L 1JOI THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY OCTOBER 11th 110 l I I S THE DRY FALL OUTING J t 435i t joundTrip From sJFANFORD Iifn1J11l1 ay statious Regu 440 A M ALL FOR MAMMOTH GAVE WEDNESDAY 12 One Evening Promenade and f If I U H H H H wH H ji SI H Kit to do more and not to quit G end have Just returned with 5 car loads of mares and geldings of all sizes tffrom Chettand ponies to half draft mares 1 to 5 years old that will weIgh L200 Sf 0400 when matured Just the kind to raise high priced mules this c know tram actual experience 14 tot 2 DRAFT p3YFJiR OLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES AD 3 to 5 YEAROLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES 1D3 Afl 4 YEAR OLD 14 to 12 DRAFT 10 CifNERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS PURPOSE MARES aDI BANDED PONIES and several Shetland ponies Them were bought In Illinois Missouri and Montana and twothirds of rtkem are branded but were raised under fence and will handle kind and jenUe PRICES FROM 15 to 200 I will close ot or put Into winter quarters all unsold by Nov 15 prepara dory to going to Atlanta to engage in the mule business until April 15 1911 vAtflll then return and prepare for my annual sale of Mules and Broodmares tto be held next September As I only bought these to eat a surplus of vEn as will exchange any of them for any other stock to graze especially tcuIeA JIM cattle Am always in the market for high class mules and H BAUGHMAN Phones 46 and 116 Stanford Ky sell to He sel year with ed and water beet pen or KY We also do hitch and teed Ifyou study the Lines and the Set of the piamond Edge Hatchet the reason for their universal favor becomes evident matter what style whether lathing claw hall or any ot the score oi styles every seems finished beat The infinite care In the setting of It the handle is by men who know fK KY t NOTICE to tla iVee district court of the United 3iLE foe the Eastern district ol Xaataakr in the matter of Clarence jJ 8tpttte Bankrupt ly virtue of an order entered by J Siateo ot Sale on referee In the above case I as trustee of same SftU oa Saturday the 22nd dty of tfQciaber A D 1910 between the L JMUTA oiC 10 oclock a no and 3 oclock w ra M the premises being 52 acres cG farm land situated in Lincoln county Kentucky on the waters of Gram river adjoining the Denham d MU tad lying Hour llii postofflce of For Dance FILLIES If you have to in the Take New Stock Yards buysand a every day in the except Sunday on your stock Best market in the State plenty of covered outside of Louisville No shingling one to be selecting and remarked all Bauader tttyloA Bring Jumbo Kentucky expose lo public sale to the highest anabest bidder for cash in baud the above described tract or parcel of land together with nineteen acres ot land adjoining same now owned by Clarence J Sipple the bankrupt above named end also one halt Interest in the growing crop upon tho said land Given under my hand this the 1Jtb day ot Algust 1910 IL A DYCHE Trustee FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Agents H F II SONS Lexington Kentucky Pays All Your Hotel board and the to the cave I JIcJ1L1 1BIILU 1I aaTll llLaae Announcement Of BAUGHMANS HORSEIAND MULE EXCHANGE His Homejust soldin STANFORD Sdffii business business G4btSIJEARLING GELDINGS 2023BNERAL ytt1eJ STOCK 11 Nunnelleys I STANFORD xiDgtonIi SOME REASONS WHY UJTYPLEDGEIt Bankruptc- yN ABOARD OCT M anything general HILLENMEYER 550 Expenses Including admission Every Month writes Lola P Roberts of Vienna Mo I used to be sick most of the time and suffered with backache and headache My Mother who had been greatly helped by the use of Cardui got me two bottles and I have been well ever since E 49 Take CARDUI The Womans Tonic Cardul Is a gentle tonic for young and old women It relieves and prevents pain It builds strength It feeds the nerves It helps the whole system Made from harmless roots and herbs it has no bad aftereffects does not Interfere with the use of any other medicine and can do you nothing but good Try Cardui It will help you Your dealer sells it IIIUIRRIIURNkail Large Stock bf RUGS AND DRUGGET N NEWEST DESIONS It I I I e NEW FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY BIG LOT NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE HANDLED SEP ARATELY IIUNDERTAKING STOCK FULL AND COMPLETE GEO B PRUITT Moreland Ky SrtiQit tittiftt lit fcJJI HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep hogs healthy and freo from disease for 5 cents per head per month It cures Cholera Kills Worms Stimulates the Appetite Aids Digestion and cause hnrs to fatten very rapidly This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog takers throughout the country Come in and lot us tell you about 1L Sold by New Stanford Drug Co Public Sale and Renting Having decided to give up farming I will sell to the highest bidder on Thursday October 20th The following personal property All kinds of farming implement such as wagons rakes mowers etc Two large work horses 1 family mare gentle 1 brood mare by Enoch Arden 1 4yearold mare by Ualton 1 3year old filly by Dignity Dare 9 cattle 28 sheep 3 goods Jennets 1 jack coil extra good 6 mules one 3yearold three 2yearolds 2 yearlings Also lot of corn fodder etc surrey buggy buckboard harness and milk cows HUNTING At the same time I wll rent my farm of 180 acres mile west of Moreland It has riff necessary Im provements B or six acres tot tobac co 27 acres for corn 6tt acres for small grain remainder In grass J 1 Chandler Auctioneer Terms given on day ot sale J J SPEAKS More land Ky SIIINraaiirirtEUREKA a Incorporated r Makes a specialty of all kinds ot portraits in oil sepia crayon pastel India Ink and water colors highclass work guaranteed We are prepared to frame Ilf- cUJfCII of every description reasonable Office and opposite court house Street THE FARMERS ForSlle2 large steers and 18 calves J S Moberly McKinney 634 Plain ninehole wheat drill good anew for sale cheap W P Logan Let mo Insure your barns and to bacco W A Tribblo For SaleA well Improved farm of 20 acres near ML Salem household and kitchen furniture stock and forming tools P H Woodson Mt Salem Ky 493 Lutes 8 Arnold roll In WhltAhmise Paxtcr of Boyle 12 yearlings nt n figure about 4 12o Monday eallhhere3 to 4 12 cents For SaleA few thoroughbred Du farrowPrIceCrab Orchard Phone 13112 598 goofallyearling622pJohn vnlU rind Dr 0 3 Williams u luiich of yearling cattle at HCO per hundred The prominent young West Enders art rapidly forging to the front as cat dealersFor 30 head of UOOlb steer tatle fan be soon on J A Robin sons farm For prices call on or write C r non Lebanon G54p Princess Sonia the crack Hhow mare ot Mrs Richard IxwmJci of Danvillo died last WCOK nt tho Illinois State fair Springfield whore she was being shown by Mat Oolibn she wiby Chester Dare and out of a daughter of Diamond Chief and waR regarded as one of the greatest show snares Ir the country She was valued nt IA field of rice Is being grown near Huywood Barren county It U growing nicely and now has largo pods on the stalks and Is attracting much at tention ns It Is tho first rice over grown In that county For Sale6 good young ewes and one biick most of them pure bred shropshlres J Frank Smith Box 81 Stanford KyIMyers 8 Vaughn sold to Dr U S Williams a bunch of yearling cattlf at 1450 cud to Peavyhouoe a bunrli of yearlings at 450 and to Robes Nunnally 15 hollers at 850 nnd to Taylor and Bottom 32 head at 4 rent and shipped a carload of cattle our hogs to Cincinnati The hogs were bought at S rents and the cattle at prices running fro 2 to 4 rents John Russell of tho Moreland see tlon sold his farm of 60 acre to Mr M D Terrill for 46 nn acre Mr Russell bought from Mr F M Yowell S4 acres at 100 per acre U H Murphy sold two suckling colts by Bohemian King to Allen U Edelun of Boyle for 390 Lutes Arnold bought 24 sheep from W O Watts last week at IGO They had them near Mnywood on pas ture when a pack of dogs got intr them Friday afternoon and killed onr A whole lot U being heard right now about tho price tobacco is going to bring but Fred Urunschwelg living out on the Somerset pike Is pretty well satisfied with profits oil his dairy herd for the past year Mr Brunsch welR supplies milk to the Stanford Creamery He has just figured up his milk soles for the year and finds that after paying all expenses of his cows keep they have netted him 50 a head The sale of J F Cook 8 Co held In Fajctte county and which was ad vertlsed in this paper was quite a sue cess About fifty head of horse stock nnd the same number of jacks ant jen nets were sold at an average pries of about 200 As it consisted princi pithy of breeding stuffend weanlings the prices obtained were considered quite good That Stanford Is urn host rtltle market in the section of Kentucky was amply demonstrated bore Mon day when there were ilino t 1000 cattle on the market rind buyers here from all over this section and many distant points Nunnoll yY ftork yards was pressed for room to handle true big bunch all lay Prices rung ed considerably according to the qual- Ity of the stuff offered going from 3 to 6 cents- J II lUKKhmsn has Just got In carloads of borses from SU Louis He sold a team to Mr Williams of HUB tonvllle Monday for 275 LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 100 acres in tine shape crop goes with Better come quick J M Key nolds Waynesburg The final amount has been raised for making the survey and buying the right of way for the proposed new railroad from Somerset to CorbIn The subscription committee at Somerset has announced they have sold nil the stock of the company which will be capitalized at 10000 BLOOD POISON Cured by the Marvel of the Century B B BTested for 30 Years Drives out blood poison In any stage deadly pbotanteallngredlents SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE If you hat ulceTJ eating sores itching huniors swelling mucus patches bone pains offensive pimples or eruptions take B B B Botanic Blood Balm All symptoms heal quickly Blood la made pure and rich completely changing tho entire body Into a clean healthy condition heal ing every sore and stopping all aches pains and Itching curing the worat case of blood poison Druggists or by express I PER LARUE BOTTLE with directions for home cure SAM PLE SENT FREE by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe your troubles and free medical advice given Sold by SHUGARS TANNER I J The Crossetttt When it comes to dress wear Crossett Shoes are what you want We have every style last and color m Work ShoesI And medium We have the best from machine We the Inpcstructable for the we absolutely guarantee If not rcfundeq or your neighbor SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky I 1i I SCHOOL SHOES IBuy your Childrens School Shoes from L Sanders and get M I a nIce School Box witeachJ i paIr OW IL L SANDERS M Crab Orchards rjgUJcky St Asaph Hotel For Sail THE ST ASAPH PROPERTY A LARGE COMMODIOUS BRICK BUILDING OF 25 ROOMS BESIDES THE KITCHEN AND BASEMENT ALSO TWO ROOMS WITH BASEMENTS CEN LOCATED IN STANFORD ON MAIN STREET IS FOR SALE PRIVATELY HAS A BARN ABOUT 100x72 HAS ABOUT 24 STALLS LOFT AND LARGE SHED THE FULL LENGTH OF BARN SERVANTS HOUSE LARGE COAL THAT HOLD 600 OR 700 BUSHELS OF COAL LARGE DOUBLE CRIB ETC THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES OF PROPERTY IN THE IT IS PLACE TO MAKE MONEY WILL SELL AS A WHOLE OR SELL THE HOTEL PROPERTY SEPARATE AND THE RCOMS ALL THE FURNITURE IN THE GOES WITH DEAL THE OWNER OF THIS PROPERTY IS IN BAD HEALTH OR ELSE COULD NOT BUY IT SHE HAS DECIDED THAT IT MUST GO IN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS IF YOU IT You MUST ACT QUICK THIS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SOMEBODYICARTYTHE TWO STORE ARE PAYING GOOD ON 6000 AND ONE OF THEM IB LEASED FOR SIX THE LEADING OF THE TOWN AND DOING BIG BUSI FEW YEARS AGO THE HOLDERS OF THIS PROPERTY IT PRINCIPALLY ON TIME THEIR NOW ARE AMONG THE LARGEST IN THE CITY Public Sale Having sold my place I will on Thursday October 13th at 10 A M three miles from Stanford on the pike sell the following property 1 good mare mule eight yrs old 1 six year old combined mare with mule colt at side 1 two year old half shetfind pcjty broke to ride and drive 2 cows and two suckling eaten 2 yearling heifers a few meat hogs also four 60 pound household and furniture some hill onions a few dozen chickensJ FOR SALE 80 acres tying i i2 miles west of Highland a good and outhouses barn etc C fields fenced about 35 acres In cultivation or water Reason for selling out notable to work on farm Price reasonable JAS KING Bag FOR SALE 231 acres 2 12 miles southeast of Hitstonville known as the farm CO acres in wheat stubble remainder in grass well improved and a fine stock farm will sell at a bargain A W Carpenter Moreland C1 0 1s t l iiiweight a line made hart sewed to a made 1 have Shoe that good money a new pair Ask f N t- I l L HOTEL LARGE STORE TRALY LARGE LARGE HOUSE WILL STATE A SPLENDID KEEP STORE HOTEL MONEY WANT ROOMS ALONE INTEREST YEARS HOTEL A NESS A BOUGHT HOLDINGS Danville described Jersey Jersey aboats kitchen FARM cottage plenty A FARM Dennett farm Public Sale of Hustonville Property Having other property In Hustoa ville 1 will on- Saturday Nov 6th 1910 sell the following described real estate One two tory frame house with 18 rooms arranged sp that two families can live In It two back yards one extra nice vacant building lot one extra large twostory barn a good livery barn 2 large sheds 2 lasting well one back lotlThis property good repair lias all outbuildings neces sary and Is situated on Main and Col ego streets one square from very fine graded schoollonc square from the Christian church one square from Baptist church and two squares from Presbyterian church and is in a splendid neighborhood 1 will Also sell one Curtis I Reid glass rront carriage as good as new two good high wheel sulkies two phaetons one two horse driving cart one Hancock disc plow and 500 or 600 balcn of No1 hay I Sale begins promptly at two oclock Terms made known on day of sale For other particulars address by phone or otherwise D S CARPENTER Huitonvllle Ky