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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 11, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910101101_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 11, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOLUME XXXV1L The Interior Journal. BTANFOHD, LINCOLN COUNTV. KENTUCKY, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 11th. ItllU Mrs. Mnry Spears beloved wife of J Spears, ot Moreland, died at her homo after a lingering Illness on Tucs day nh;hL nnd was hurled In Mils- tnnvllln rntneterv riinrsdnv III tho Vresence of n largo concourse of sur .1 No. 63 GROWERS URGED TO GO SLOW ABOUT SELLING PROMINENT FARMERS NAMED ON COMMITTEE TO HANDLE POOLED CROP. LOT SALE PROVES QUITE SUCCESSFUL NEW BANK HAS FOOT BALL TEAM SCORES BIG VICTORY STANFORD BOYS DEFEAT SOMERSET THERE SATURDAY BY 33 HAPPY OPENING 3TATE BANK A TRUST COMPANY DOES BIG BUSINESS FIRST DAY NEW ADDITION NAMED FOR W, 0. David C Allen lenves In n few days LAND WHO GOT 14 LOTS-OT- HER 'or the south wost In search or health DUYERS He has asthma. We hope ho will soon Plan for tlio county fusion pool return fully recovered . The sate ot the lots on the L'mbry were perfected nt a mas mooting of nicely ..ir oung tobacco grower here .Monday A com- bulldlni-- s isorprogressing llocker on tho Property last Saturday June lit J. O mittee composed of sonio of tho most Carpenter and Dr. Childress nil three Development Company, or tllasgow, prominent growers In ihe county ai of which will ho of most modem nrch- - proven very succcssiui in every par- nppoinled to havo chnrgo of tln pool llecture and such ,, attractive designs Ut.1llnr. A blp croW(, wug pro,ent In Lincoln county, anil solicitor wore tl.nl ... . II. named to canvass every precinct in i..- - attract the admiration nnd cause hnuitht I heraltv , . the ..- -, i.i. rfrum ucvoiees or The fncl tlmt tlio price iniumuia the founty I ell known .Main street meichant,, benutlful. of the tolmcio crop this year Is ex- the m Utianit I iAi.,.H ... v wfivi l?lii ,n.u..l tntuttni ...a.. .m ii Miiisui iiiinriMi kA.. t.t u imiu u tn iulr unci bulng the pected to full vory considerably In the Into tli :ieat beyond which none or lurcii IndUi.liml htivnr. iim now mi v., event of failure of tlio pool. Ii recoH rilllirtl lit! ThllMlilAV flnlnliui f!fli n. illtion to the city will bo named I .nnd Inn general recognition In Lincoln nml the sentiment for n pool among the the residence or John A. Illaln her Addition. A total of 48 lots were Hold she was 97 years or ace the prices, ranging from fiG for the grower seems to growing strongm-cjgr- son dny Homo or the leading farm- mui itmvos two eiuiiirnii, Mrs. John A hurl; lots to 22 for thoe facing on IIm. Annu IV flnltt Hill fiti rifiil r ttmnrii UitiCHsJer avenue. ers and largest tobacco growers here ((his'ii iitio ""'"Mi The buyers were V. II. Land 14 lots, nre n.iw outspoken In their advueary tlmiugh life, I he los or n mother's of the pool and seem determined to love. She was n consUtent member or (1. U. mid J. I). Wearcn 3 lots, M. M. limiting Pork Presbyterian Sweeney it lots, Mrs. I'atsy Drown 2 do what they can to promote It. They the do not hesitate to deolaro their belief rlltirrll tllin unl 1uirli.il tin ntlirHnv lots J. M Phillips S lots I., i; Hernrion that tlio p rest' nt aluo or land and beside her tivother on the fnrm where ot. J. n. Sartaln 2 lots, I. IV. Whlpp farm product In Lincoln Is duo di- site va burn and where W (5. Itoilton '1 lot. anil the follmvlne nno each: W. A i Inhmnti. H I rectly to the success of the pool and now resides. Itev. I'nrv It. Illaln uhlv a I'unnn nre urging everyone to come In on the tilid most Impressively onducted Uie hty, Jr., K M. Now land, Mrs S. II. sod services llmtt, Ulnk Farmer, Mrs. Annie movement, which will Insure the splendid lllue For Sule-- A Woods Hudiry und Mrs. Lou Dunn of Rood prices. 4out'tltlng ar.d acres mora of jury, It Is understood that the tobacco fnrm with buyer Sam T. Young and''the Messrs. Wal- nre becoming very active In less and luiown as the liiillflltiip fiwul iltinllfnt? ...... .. ... ....... .11.1. ' ..... nml nut ..... iuii, ..1... vuiiuiiiicu I ,i...- ...Ia ..lAnnn.! ....!... .... w iiu the total held The Irlends ot the pool nUwu niiiu iiivubcii nnd here are urging their Irlends not to In hluli state ol eultlvntlon and onn b ever) one by their business-likiich less pru'? is he gentlemanly treatment. Ik.' natty In disposing ot their crops, l.i'in There was qualltv of land xvlth Improve- no and everyone was given ns tlxy are conlldent that the luture same The piomoiers nre of good prlcees for tobacco In Lincoln iiients tan be bought In Lincoln, (Jar- - nn t.qual mo chow ,eaj llojle courilles. (,,(( ,r,.n 0f w lile exnerlence depends tion the sale disposition ot rnrd or ou, call on or write W. It. Williams and made man) friends while here, this y tit' product. A minbor of speaking dates for the a- Co., quick at Hustonvllle, Ky wiio win io pinu to Know inai uiey pooling campaign have been arranged - The lauies' auxiliary 10 me v W ,iin,ln a rule virnfif . .11 thil nli.U Thl nfln.liiuli. at. w( jirouniiiy go irom .nero .iu iiruu-thtl n.... H'.iIm.ui. nnd it will bo pushed bard from now u .i mm nrarewp; u.wi.n"., church Mrs. ltutiis I.lpps Was le(lll t0 pat on a Sraar sale. on Hon Ilradlej Wilson, district man ager, will address the growers at these leader and had prepared a splenuld( program. Mrs. Llpps conducted tho meetings. I HIS Ml .VK Anglo Carpenter MiM The iist of solicitors who took books Uevotloual r Ilnnimcins. Airs.. t'j iannn the various precinct of ua nri'tinfyt tho county for tho pool Is ns follows: Itublnhon. Mrs. 0. C Rllfo and Mrs PERPETUAL MOTION? Pare Tnn, Hen llryan, J. N Vanhook, June HocKer each made splendid talks oW M. Ilallard, W It. 1)11 Mr. Herrj told about the Owunsboro It H Cow. O convention In such a way that nil telt . J. McROBERTS HAS CLOCK lion. Jr. J M Holticlaw, V F. -- - if ih.-hiil liven there Miss Sadie V.. T Watt, Clarence l' Tstr. THAT HA RUN SIX WEEKS In Others will he placed In the Held llaiighman told n story t-- n U ery ad- - . .. tn....ll m-iWITHOUT WINDING. nt once and anyone desiring n solici inirnule mnnuer tor's rook will receive It by writing not belns able to be prosonu sent a J. D. Swope at SUmford. written paper which was tvpltndldly tO lol. liAu tha utt nf ntornariml runf inn Th? committee which Is nt the helm i-of affairs In Uncoln has Issued the following appeal to the growers of the did tmelng wu, the cap lllK 'ho the won(lerfl cW,ck . county augural address of the President Mrs. non,- morrhBnf nf th,B oeen w no na. ju .. to Growers Appeal Jennie Carpenter leh. ans ,rrc To the Tobacco Growers of LIniolu elected the elevenin time ro"om v used , County J. ?l ,e home of 11.nnu McKoberu. a At a mass meeting of the growers . l lnc-nlina lnen rnnnlni-- ' ot Lincoln county, held at Stanford, drens work to be superintended by Iur six fivnnne. wltltout winding und to weeks lOtli we were selected as a I Iierry. October rs llobert 'all apDearanc-- s seems Inclined to run . committee to hold In trust nil pledges YV. II. IIOCKer nnu "" Ami Inrlennllelv the wonilorful of pooled tobacco In this county. We here about first o thing about It Is that It, main spring hereby respectful)- - request every to- vllle. Tenn.. in which place filch l nlalnlr visible from the side. bacco grower to Lincoln county to In- poet to reside. II Is wn u.e luom. ns when re vestigate and consider seriously the protound regret of this entire com- remains ns tightly colledover a monui wound for proposition now before Lincoln coun- munity where they were born tnd rats-- . ago. The the last time excellent time clock keeps ty on pooling the 1910 crop. thai hev move to other claims apparently will run on forever As you probsbly well know we are aud they carry with them the best and stopped. much Interested In Lincoln county and wishes for their happiness and suc- unless six weeks ago, while Mrs. Mc- Just In the tobacco situation, and would cess In their new sunny home. eniratred about some like to see all the people In Lincoln Frank Vnugnn bougl.t a car or rogs clock, which hud Just county protected In th" sale of thin and butcher cattle Tuesday paying housework the oegan to sinnc crop No doubt some of you will be K tents for hogs and 3 and 4 for cat- been wound, Bimueniy It was about ten o'clock In the morn approached In the near future by the tle. ing. Not coutent with striking ten, therefore, tobacco buying Interests; Walls the veuorable Mrs. timepiece Kept on sirm-i- r we respectfully request you. again, to mother ot our friend Jacob Walls Is however the mystified. nn Mrs. McRoberts. conslde seriously our position. We becoming quite feeble. She has the strokes. When the numalso request you to sign the pooling constant loving care of the family day counted tho 120. she became tired of pledge when presented to you by tho and night. She Is a devout Chris-tla- n ber got to pem-the noise and jammca nstonnlng various solicitors; also to meet with and has been a member of the nr the the us In mass meeting In Stanford Sat- church lor 80 years. She Is now in striking and the mpvements as well. urday, October lGth, at 1 M o'clock, her 93 year Shortly ulterward. sne remuim Nocholas-vlllwhen wo fin discuss the situation Itev C H Dickerson. of pencil to see 11 it would strike again, and hear reports from the various disbeen carrying on a who has no sound came forth and the tricts. meeting at the colored thris-tla- but began to run again as usual. Speaking engagements will be held for past ten days clock church here Since that time tho clock has run nt the following places and we hereby baptized 1C Sunday afternoon In tho continuously without winding, but It request the people of these vicinities creek near the Liberty Ford. There to sound tb passing or to the church has ceased to attend What Mr. has been 24 additions MoKlnney who tho hours by striking. strangest Hustonvllle. Wednesday, Oct. 12. 1:3". among whom Is Squire Mclloberts regards as the Sunday Moreland, Wednesday Oct. 1!, 7:30. Immersed Is feature of the whole thing, however Preachersvlllc, Thursduy, Oct 12, 7:30 Squire Is about 73 years of age and it the fact that the main spring remains Mt Xenla. Friday, Oct. M. 7.30. is tfce hope oi ms intuu. """"::-re- n liglllv wound up while the hands run Committee. that he will contlnuo steadfast on and record almost perfect time. K. L. miMILK. In the Master's service NEVIN CARTER. Parties In a hurry for a new home DAVK LYNN. McKlnney wht should see Lusk and Lancaster. any rs- - w build concrete houses un J. M. HAN KIN, edlson oourlng a la you W. It. HILLION J. It. reorganCome at once and let u. show cm mi v. The Chautauqua Circle has i in a two hundred ized holding IU first me'etlng with splen. Col, J. P Chandler sold for Dr. Price c?e farm In Kentucky with Mrs. Fred P. Friable. -"- his house and lot nenr me ruu room awenm was he d T he Teachers' Association Holmes did new nine depot. Saturday, to Karl tobacco barn, tenant at the Mt. Tabor Baptist church In metal --toot mmnrkablv low price ii .. for $145 cash interesting this county, and a most cash balance o suit pur program was rendered. of 19.000 with chaser. Possession give" " " 'It. E. Mrs. ........ Henry entertained Mes- Hostonville. . .iinini- - in honor of Mon for thU There l . of Eldorado, W H. William & Company, dames Miles and Frank I.usk add Miss Mary Lusk vllle Ky. Arkansas. Mr. llooth Thompson has sold his who spent the summer with their cxper-lence- d mother, Mrs. Alice Lusk and Mrs. farm to his bt other, H. E. Thompson The pleasant purgative etTect Is pronounced one Kauffman left Thursday lor their by all who use Chamberlain' for $30,000. This In the county The home In Baltimore Md. Tablets, nnd the of the best farms and Liver City Council passed nn ordinance Mr A. M. Frye had a fine $200 Stomach of the body an d on all soft brood mare to die this week with healthy condition create, makes one nlaclng a 11,000 license Mead, Ucer-In- e drink stands where Malt ,ii, mlud which they are and other similar drinks doors sold. Stock Is being subscribed along the feel Joyful Sold by Penny's Drug Slors and iMni hni closed Its route for the proposed electric road rt". hoped' The otter will soon follow, from Liberty to this place. The purOFFER EVER MADE THE BEST chase of Cumberland Fulls by an East The following Lancastrians were In em syndicate win enaoie mem iu iur-i.ouuw, I attendance at uiu oww In h sieetrlc uower at a much Home and farm one full year, rWmchool convention which me less cost, than to build equip and 0c, cheater last week: Mesdames Mottle maintain a plant oy me nuerir thPreslight Horn. Ma9n Remus They propose to furnish . nt nil imlnt wanted trom ftCnd price. Knapp West of tho Mlss regu- their main line along the Cincinnati congregation. Good Housekeeper full year, Southern nallwny. Rlectrlc roads are ac- operated at ft much less cost than, by 'V'Evenlno Post, dally, 3 mon'h. mlsr-o- r ,n time.ot -any other motive power, and gasoline ;ou. motor ou cars uro very close Inter-urba-n can be . relied upon to tnko tho plncodoctor, who cannot nlpolltor. and very desirable for The . Interior Journal your home "' . .i... .....,o.it Then .. . Sinn Wu road serlce. n " paper tui year, concrete ,. v. bo lounu ui . . k...i nimhornni Liniment la Lusk and McKlnuey our common-dabl. muv a viu u with a experts are pushing A" forVoO for a short time only, ""U r . on their wver vim the work once ,lhrttumrlaln.i Is no unlment takes out the contracts In our city It completenil Send or bring your order In at and drives away tho pain, aummer Job" for them toThey actual-a to The Interior Journal, St'nford, largo concrete building In and walls Ky.. Thla offr Is not good where the qqm Dy u. L, Penny. . ly put y our foundations Evening Poll" has an agent up while you wlt. rounding friends and relatives. to 0 ..... ..... 'p a y Stanford's third bank and thu ninth lor Lincoln county the State llnnk & Trust Companyformally ouened ItH doors to the public on Saturday. The opening or this new iinnnelnl In stltutlon was attended with many nappy auguries Tor Its suewss Depositor Hocked In with money nnd many visitors called fo congratulate the olllcers directors and stockholders und to wish them much success A total or almost JS5.000 was deposited ns tho ttr.t day's business, which was considered a remarkably good show- lug - 11 tlrn, 1 Km-fnr- l- u..-.....- .. r. 1 1111- e - I.t - I ... .... !KS ... '" , ' The rorim In llio Dilil lows building was handsomely decor ated wuti fioworst nnd potted plants In honor of the occasion. President IV. L. MtCnrty, Vice Presidents 0 L. Penny .1. I). Ends and J. S. Itlco. nnd Cashier J W llutchecon and Assist nut Cashier C Hays Foster were on hand during the dsy to do tho honors or the occnulon and were assisted by muny of the dliectors and stockhold- irs and three charming young ladles, Misses Kate Bads, Jennie Pepples and Hazel Stone, who handed pretty bou quets to tho visitors. James F Uamey, bank clerk ot tho departments ot tho Secretary of State at Frankfort, was present nnd handed the charter to tho new Institution, aft er making n ciiieful examination of tho books, accounts, etc. Mr. Htiraey highly complimented the olllcers nnd directors upon tho showing made, lie said that ho had rurely ever seen n new bank start under moro ravorable auspices or with better prospects. He was buprlsed at the volume or business shown on the opening day and wus unstinted In his congratula tions to Ihe olllcers of tho new insti tution. k v, s. FISH who rltViTtly bought out his partner, ,t Hal-Ur- ?rjrw'ir m '"? -i ... oai Leg Broken b I). Pennington, In the successful Insurance firm of Fish & Pennington, and is now- - going it nlone with much success. Mr. Fish moved to Lincoln a row years ago from Paint Lick and "made good" In tho home of his adoption. Ho Is regarded as one of the best posted Insurance men In this part of the state and Is undoubtedly oi.e of the most progressive. His hirge business extends far beyond the confines of Lincoln Into the surround ing counties, where the Interior Jour nal circulates extensively and tnls business man takes advan tage of that ract by carrying a large advertisement In lfj. (.oltimns. " " Hp nnd his popular family reside on Lancaster avenue and number their Irlends by their acquaintances. Insl-intl- -hacen .,... rt is - Killed a Rattlesnake. YOUNG FARMER THROWN OUT OF BUGGY ANO HURT S. D. BARTLEY'S Will fireen. of Mlti'he'.ll.i'rc. llojle Ihnm'n nut nf ll hlli.'CV rnimtv. iluvo the and had his left leg broK-knee, when a horse ;i nl two nthcr men were driving, frightened nt a i!.ilr nf t.irbiiva u'hli-- tli.v.-- nrnisft the mon'ng. The pike early Morfvt,, men, another ojjA.om was tian.ea Forsylhe were 'oralng to worl. on tho farm nt .1. II. Jnnes In this county. They were drivlnp n very gui.m ani mal and ho bolted nt tin Rignt oi me tnrkpva inmlnir tho rle over after a hort run and throwing the men head long out. All were severely shaken up In addition to the serious 'tijury to ir i'.rfn lie nn.i taken a a house near the scene of tho accident nnd his leg set by Dr. Culdweii. a EXCITING IN EX- - PERIENCE CASEY. "' .5L"rS.ffl.ftto... . c .." r n ",", lZ,. ii.ii-ai-t- a Parksville Mm. Annie Parks has returned from a visit to her brother Mr. Thomas Durham, at Lebanon. Mr Jerry Briscoe of Lawrenccburg, visited Us mother Mrs. Susan Urlscoe riundav. Misses Mary nnd Ada Steel, of Junction City, were recent guests or their aunt Mrs. W. 11. Overstreet, Mrs. V. E. Urown Is a guest or her daughter. Mrs. J. H. Hays near Mitchcllsburg. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ilnwilugs and daughter, Mrs. W. H. Hartman, of Mncon, tla., visited relatives here Sun day Mr und Mrs. Ueorge A. Carter left Tuesday to visit relatives and friends at Knoxvillc and Atlanta. Mrs. II. M. Pitman, of erryvllle, who wus recent guest or her parents, Mr. and re. F. M. Bower has gone to visit relatives at London and Paris. Dr. W. A. Brown 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 drove school houso the school at which pUice Is being taught by Mr. It. L. Powers. The magnirerous. banjo player nnd near actor, Mr, F. E. Lewis, has re turned from a "showing" trip in there he gathered In many sirao Icons and much applause. Mrs. Sallle Bell Whltlock went to Gravel Switch Tuesday to nurse sick person. Mrs. Nancy Brooks Aged about 70 yearn, died Sunday nt tbo home of one of ber daughters near this place. Jn terment took place at Chestnut Grove mi'etlnB house Monday aiternoon. Miss Ethel Clelland Is A guest ot her cousin Miss Addle C. Eastland, of Louisville. , S. D Hartley thp drummer, who travels out of here, had a rather exciting experience with a rat tle snake over In OaEey county last week, while driving to Yosemlte with Mrs. Bartley. Their horse Buddenly shyed nnd they found a large rattler curled in the road In front of them Mr. Bartley Jumped out of the vehicle and attacked the serpent with his buggy whip, and said he never saw anything ns mad as that rattler seemed to be, for he shook his buttons until they sounded almost like a "bones artist In a negro minstrel. Mr. Bart ley finally laid his snakeshlp out however, and he meaured 30 Inches In length and waa very large In girth. This Is the first rattlesnake heard of in this section for a long time. well-know- ,r h- .hi. iw Moreland Mr. Charles Grubbs. of Knoxvllle, ienn., was witn his parents .Mr. and .Mrs. K. i Qrubbs last week. Mrs. It. L. Urubhs nnd rinnphtnr Luella and son HoberV'L. Jr., spent last week in Louisville. There Is a street fair at Junction City this week with about 75 persons belonging to It. Hope walking and are n part of the attractions. Mr. II. Clay Bottom our genial cat tle man has moved into the (lamer-Deauhouse In Junction City. Miss Sallle Bell Caddis, or Bowen. is making her home with Mr. and e The Stanford High School foot ball team started oil the season In fine shnpe nt Somerset Saturday when It, itercnted the strong team from the hchool there by ;is to 0. It was n glorious victory In a contest whloh, was more grilling than tho scoro Indicates. A more manly set or boys than the fellows who represent Stnnrord High School cannot bo found ARer n few-- moments or play Wallace Singleton made a touch down on a lake rorward pass. The Somerset rereroo would not alio It and sarao qttnhbllng ensued and was stopped by Stanford yielding the point, tho' nccordlng to rules no reason could be round for Somerset's claim. Arter 8 minutes or hard plalng, in which time tho ball changed sides two or tljreo times, "Harris Coleman made a touch down by a Merles of straight bucks through the strong line of Somerset's heavy men. The ball was again placed In play nnd after two or three minute Wesley Ernbry made a second touch down by a cross buck, two more minutes of hard playing without scoring ended the first quarter of 15 minutes. Score 12 to 0. In the second quarter after a serie3 of fierce line bucking by Jnmes Coleman TutUo, and Hubble, Someret's strong backs, they were able to get the pigskin within thre yards ot Stanford's goal, where the boys held them for downs by same ol the most remarkable playing of the game. Somerset having lost the ball on downs, was put on the defensive. In the rirst play Singleton by a splendid punt sent the ball to the middle of the field where It was mutfed by Craw ford the Somerset quarter back. Im- trrfdlntely following the mufr quarter uacK waters seized the spheroid and spirited away to the goal arter running about 100 yards and made the third touch down, after which Single- iuu kickcu nnomer goal. The play was again started from the middle of the field and olter much surging to nnd fro, Harris Coleman bucked Pu laski s strong line for the fourth touch down and after an effort and failed to kick the fourth goal the second quarter ended with score 23 to 0. After an Intermission of 15 minutes play was again resumed with Somerset defending the north goal Stanford kicked ofr to them and after about six minutes by means or a rake play which worked like a charm, Har ris Coleman scored the firth touch-mogracerul manner and arter a tew minutes of playing without results the third quarter ended with the score 23 to 0 In favor of Stanford. Atter Intermission of three minutes play was again resumed with our men defending the north goal. After several minutes of playing Mike Penny, Stanford's swift left halt, made a 45 yard run around the right end and made the slxthi 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. Slngltton kicked three out ot fivo goals. All the boys did fine work and showed that they had been well trained by Prof. Wlggington. The following Is the line-uStanford. OB'annon T B. Uooch nnd KInne.L. T..McCarty Chlbetls...L. G.... Rankin and Brawn Brlgnt Hney .0 Jhadonn & Gooch...R ...... T. ColJ- L. d n Somerset Roberts man. ii.,i Hushing Converse Crawford R. T R. E Q. U o t ......... .....!. .. ur-char-d ii 2 "-- 'E'n How-em- ;.!. h num-nan- y ,... "uil. lr W" ft'i APMiMSTRATOK'S NOTICE". J ,,u e J gn,,,, "..... .. S -- ,.,, All persons having claims against tho estato of M. C. Saufley, deceased, will nrcscnt the same to the under signed, properly proven on or before Ihe 12th day ol October, 1S10, and all persons ludebted to said decedent, M. 0. Saulley will please settle same promptly. OEORUE E. STONE, Admr, ot M. O Saulley, Deceased. Mrs. E. L. Grubbs. Tho L. & N. K. It. Company is putting a tin root on Its Shelby City depot. Messrs. James Minor, 11. L. Grubbs and Oliver Orubbs are working on It. Mr. Fred Cook ot Stanford is now night operator at Shelby City. Miss Allene Crubbs is threatened with pneumonia. Miss Deane, of King's Mountain, has come to live with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Deane and Is attend-ou- r graded shoot. Mr. and Mm. H. Fleece Ewlng, ot Liberty, Ky., spent a ew days last week with Captnln V. E. and Professor E. L. Grubbs. Itev. W, U. .Montgomery has Just moved Into bis recently completed house on the Hustonvllle aud Danville pike. A new, tobacco warehouse la being built by tn4..houlsvllle ware houso Company. It irTUuated opposite the residence of Mr. Charles Cotfey. Mr. U. B. Prultt Is going to have a sale OcL 22. Ha will sell everything, The burial of Mm. Mury J. Speam took place (Thursday) morning at injSO o'clock. In the Hustonvllle ceme tery Mm. Spears was a member of the Christian church. She loaves a husband aud six children. She died at eleven o'clock Tuesday nlghL , Miss Faunle Dorton, of Hanston-vllleVirginia, Is visiting her Bister Mm. C. O. Hanson. Tho wife ol Andy Horhin, colored was burled October. 5th. Miss Bella Clarkson has been visiting relatives iu Liberty Mr Palineter the new pastor of the Methodist church wl'l preach his first sermon on Sunday uctoocr, ui. Emory Penny Hubble ll. Coleman J. Coleman Umpire nnd referee Wtglnton and Mallary Head. . linemau Waddle-Ti- me keeper ProL MeCokH and Ireland. Joe Hill Singleton Waters mttle .... R. It L. H F. B II Jil Attractive Rate i'J! ROUND TRIP FROM MORELAND TO LEXINGTON FOR $1.60 Following Its custom the Queen & Crescent Railway has Inaugurated a very attractive round trip rate between numerous points and Lexlngi ton good now and every day up to und Including Saturday October 1G. the roundtr)p rate from Mareland to Lexington and return Is 11.60 and tho Is round trip rate from McKlnney 11.75. These rates are only 25 cent more than the usual fare one way and. were especially made to accommodates those desiring to take In the trots. Much Interest Is now centered In the new High Bridge being erected by thla superb system. The massive steel sections at certain points have reached a height over the old bridge pnd are easily seen by passengers The new crossing on the trains. bridge sixe aud length taken Into consideration, will be the most massive structure of Ita kind In North America, nnd Iu possibly the entire civilizs ot ed world. Hundreds ot massive steel sections nre being used In the glnt structure. car-load- t! 1 Hoarseness In a child subject tn croup is a sure Indication of the approach of the disease If Chamber lalua Cough Remedy Is given at once or even otter the croupy cough has appeared, It will prevent the Attack. Sold by Penny a Drug Store. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TUK8DAY, OCTOUKIt llth, irif The MVJ31T Interior Journal. Eatabllahcd TUESDAY $1 1872. HER WEIGHT INCREASED FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS. AND FRIDAY Wonderful Praise Accorded Perunathe Household Remedy Mrs, Maria homa, writes: OoerU, UNDERWEAR you need of your underwear-th- at something a little warmer. And we want to remind you that our per carry everything underwear stock, like every other fect comfort required harness horse Une we carry, improves each sea the best and most reliable but need harness son. or for a rnclng sulky, jon farm HARNESS ON A HORSE should be made so ns to give him We goods, In nnd only Unci. If you for wagon will get the best of Its kind at J. C. McCLARY, Stan'ord, Ky. At Per Year in AdTance. SAUFLEY Orlcnta, Okla- "My hutband, children and myself PublUhtr have ucd your medicine, and we always keep them In the hou.c in ca.e of Entered at the Post Offlce at Stan- necessity. I wan rettored to health by thts medicine, and Dr. Hartmnn's inford, Ky., as Second Class mall. valuable advtco and books. People ask about mo from different places, and aro POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS surprised that I can do all of my house-wor- k PROMPT PAYMENT. For Circuit Judge alone, and that I was cured by the Journal Is authorized doctor of chronic catarrh. My husband or nil losses Is a feature of the fire The Interior we represent. to announce Charles A. Hardin as a was cared of asthma, my daughter of Insurance companies candidate for Circuit Judce of the earacho and catarrh of the stomach, and Have us issue you a policy so that Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist, at tho my son of catarrh of the throat. When in case fire does comc you will be Inelection to be held November, l'Jll, I was sick I weighed 100 pounds ; now I sured In a company thnt makes subject to tho actKm of the Demo- - weigh 1M. mmni nnd liberal settlements. Our over pen'I bare regained my health again, and componles neither haggle technicaliHero si tho way an exchange duns you enough for your nies nor stand on trhlal "If you Have fre- I dannbt thank Its subscribers: ties. quent fainting spells, accompanied by advice. May God give yon a long life Md bless yonr work." chills, cramps, corns, bunions, W. S. FISH epilepsy and jaundice, It Is a PHONE 200 8TANFORD, KY. Public Sale flgn you are not well, but liable to die any minute. Pay your subscript tlon in advance and thus make your Notice Having sold my farm I will on nclf solid for ft good obituary notice. Wednesday, October 12. 1910 A prominent Whftle) county gentle one mile east ot Marcellus on Fisher We have a sawmill for man, one who Is In position to know Ford pike, sell pair mare mules 6 & 7 bailer 30 hp engine, stated a few days ago. that Caleb years old, 15 4 hand lilfth, weight Powers spent 190,000 In the reent pri 2,400 pounds; 2 pair mare mules, yeara new saw mill for sale, 4 cash, balmary between him and Edwards, no lings, 15 hands high, good ones; money was further stated that his ance In two, lour and sir months, given him while In prison, that he 1 pair horso mules, 5 years old, 19 If hands; 1 pulr of horses, 4 years old; with good notes. King's Mountain would have to spend 190,000 more he defeated Bertram. Adair County 1 pair horses 6 years oldw pair Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. fsews. horses 2 year old; I saddle iirare and Planing colt, by Outline"; one brood mare Announcement is made that the 300 hogs from 200 and colt; The Eastern syndicate that has had Somerset Ttepublican, which for some pounds, 4 2S fnt and pigs, good to ones; sovs reason ceased publication soon after nn option on Cumberland Falls for the Powers primary, is to be revlcd 1 Duroc 223 pound boar; 21 yearling paid footing;. The rattle; 2 harsc wagons; 2 hay frames; over a vear, for which they hae and placed on strong Falls chiefly a political Republlan has been 100 n month, has purchased the 2 Superior drills; 1 mower; 1 news-,nnp- r not been a financial success. No 2 large push rakes; 1 dump for $1(0,000. Their Intentions are to can be. rust lone such lines -1 tarpaulins; power The time has come when polltUal or ake; 1 hay press; 2 No. harness the falls nnd furnish buckdoard; 3 sets of buggy harness; organ nnd as It usually the case hai personal "organs" are almost dis- i Frailer road cart and narncss, nnd for all the surrounding cities. credited among the newspaper read ompleto sot of terming tools ot overy m. .. am r.t.fri In thta MttlAO. fit tb4 fObfttnr log public. A newspaper must stane "" ' "". l" fescrlntlon. All tho farming tools are IblYaU ilM for something higher than that It m accord practically new. 50 shoats 60 pounds , UJ,J'JSr tfxtdr..iroount ii a Kr opinions can be moulded EIIL ..dTiSi uruirn. orooouoewfit totuwlS.. Ing to the whim of some professlona and 6 brood sows. . mnututioou nn rir JZ?Lr:zrtJt, politician or Its news colored to fol Dinner will be served on the grounds policy. CSWT luLi CtUrrti cure. kimnifrturJ tT F 1. rur. 00 low the fortunes of a partisan Marcellus, Ky. G. C. ROSS, CtowmuiloMl HELTON chlb-lalnsale-with 3-3-- 4 seir-binde- r; These crisp mornings remind you bed garment, also a Soft Fleeced one at 50c. The and Justly popular well-know- n Drawers- - we show a splendid InSTCPARATESUtTS-Shirts-an- d rib- h.? I. M. Dunn, Auct. and eighth anThe one hundred Kentucky Synod meeting of the nual Church Your cough annoys you. Keep backof the Southern Presbterian memFirst met In annual session at the today ing and tearing the delicatewant to Presbyterian church in Danville branes of vour throat if you port,and be annoyed. But if you want reliei .. church.- Louisville, delivered want to be cured, take Chamberlain's tttVMUW t'oneh Heinedy. Sold by O. L. Penny. tbc opening sermon col Toledo. crop?" KSjr?u mat c Obio. im oolf uipoooML l " tot miimoDw T. J. CHENEY IKS. ur tut n nun to cm. etta OUa. wiro tbj ttaod Ttf uui ramiir AdSrw.: Mold bT Dnivtvu. CO- - Toledo. rus tot coottipauea. at $1 per garment, WRIGHT'S and COOPER'S medium weight Just the thing for this season of the year, at $1 per garment. ROYAL SILK PLUSH It The nicest underwear in all the Hate world-nev- er scratches, never fades never draws up in the washing. W. K. WARNER, $1.50 the garment. fhons UNlbN SUITS in balbrigan at $1 H. B. Northcott. in Wright's at $2 and in the Silk Plush at $3 the suit. We want to All Kinds of Farm Produce show you these garments. Bal-briga- n. Wright' Wool Fleeced REAL SANITARY PLUMBING. Saves Its cost over and over agvin In lessened doctor's bill. Hut you must Isn't the be sure that It Is real. white basin and nickeled pipes that make sanitary plumbing. It Is the us way they are put together. the do your plumbing Wo have "know now." 1M. , Stanford, Ky. LANCASTER. KY. BUYER OF T. K. Tuoor, M'g'r. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Eggs Stanford Branch 18-iy- c 10-ll- c ll-12- o c hens Fryers Turkeya Dncks H. J. McRoberts. &aBg3SSl L. Penny R. H. Cofley K. K. Coleman Roosters, per lb Hides per lb Feathers 5ic "c lWOc $ LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. Phone 163 We can pleaie you. Ice Cream Soda Water J. STIRRING TIMES. G. Riddle te are havmg In the bulldlug line. We carry a full line, of lime, plaster, tement and everything else needed Eerjthing purchased lor building, here will be foan-- ot the best quality and the best for intended purposes. We will sat e you trouble and unnect jary expense by sending to us for an estimate. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and a paying today for: t Ifc Hens Kgqs 2 Phosphates Grape Juice And a Large List of,Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. I UnrltnTom 11 D tO 11 tO 5 12 Knnntt.m Turkeys Ducks Hides 6 J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. 7 2 to U to be iSlMffifl'fPK'i llllm iW'biV' Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed for sale or In exchange for Havinc sold our farm two miles Produce. east of Crab Orchard, on Dix lliver Phone 20. known as the 0. V. Newland farm, we will offer for sale publicly on VBBs Public Sale Feathers 15 to 7c to 43c l 'I WHW Pile of Style Clothes 1 1IC1C Day Phone 28. In this vicinity who do not know juuj, Night Phono of the erood clothes we sell, and the Stanford, KenturHy very reasonable prices we ask for them, but they are one by one com Undertaken and CONCRETING ing our way. And if you havn't Dealers in niture, Matting ,Ruga. They been fitted out from our stock, let exchange Furniture for ' a. us ask a visit right now. Dont put a all Kinds Give a .eire off selecting until the last minute J. C. McClary, Clean Coal; Them Call. Price Right. at leatt. No Slack. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY of thedav. Come along while there PHILLIPS BROS., Kini Phone 11. is plenty to pick from. We've got Stanford, Ky, em, mma you, irom $a up, dud we J. H. Baughman& Co. Harry Jacobs, Iftltr rather urge you to put $18.50 into Fall An Winttr Suitings Marble and Granite MonuWhen Hungry a suit. We think it economy; when ments, ,Omtry and winter samples are Mtrktri Jly you have worn it a few seasons it lie Vmeond Htle. ao to your Inspection. They ready for average $10 Undertaker and Em bam er comprise the bt the market. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Ittttaurant will be as good as an has at one ;).. suit. Even if you have to steal the STANFORD, KY. can suit any made toto order. suit llett clothes tte at Home 'Phone 'Phone preferablo time, drop in. to your measure a. tult frcb.it have clothes. to ready made O, CARTER, them made to measure doesn't cost in w. E. PERKINS, 8. New Llverv. abov. bar wbea pleifflDtter ready at any 133. Embalm-n- . nic A Can; W A YT l Wl &J 114? Thursday, October, 13, following doscrlbed property: th work mules, 1 pair of fouryoar-olnorse, 1 work mure willi 1 combined 1 brood mare with twin rnai iv Inek. mule colts with foal by Jack, 1 mule torses, 1 two years old, 2 """ yeaning nurse, io 5 lat cow and two calves,hogs. 10 2 hoes and rels of corn, household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention. Terms given on day of sale. Bale begins at 10 o'clock. Col. M. II. Johnson, Auctioneer. d YOU CAN BUY ROBBINS BROS. Your coal right now than any time 111 tile VQZX Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. taBBBBBBBEBBBBBBEEEBra J,L.Beazley&Co., W. A. nrta Ifed or cheaper m MX. jHhiH Also Furwill of Btock. Furniture and Undertaking. g, We r In potltloo to do alt ktndt of tuch lllock Work, 1'arementi nd. In fact, we cao make any thine from nonte down to fenoe pott. We can nr.t-ola- u jroa promptlr and cuarantee work and material. Call and get our price, before 70a buy your material In and Manufacturer of now fall now and I'onu Klnnrjr.Ky, Offlc and Law and work., n 1 Carton's Lancatter, Htreel aa Office 17 36 his made prlco who A Is To Crab Orchard, Ky. Depot Street, Phene96. TANFOMD, KENTUCKY. dd moro than Oeta quality and tit U In asd tM so uut rww H. ?. (& PrutiMl Tsilor.8 aaaac, ar . al bourt up to wn for a good qalok meal. twit, I can lurntib tb public with of cut flower., plant of Cooking to oar eattomeriooripeolaltjr b well all klndi, bulb., potted flower., on abort Hplendld new line of fancy notice. Alto make a rpccUUjr ot wreath. Oroccrlet. lor lor funeral purpote. I all ooimection with tbe milk klndj;of vvf etablti on band reatouable Uot Coffee, fjandwlehet, and tweet milk, etc., at all tlmw. ""'OIIKIBTMAN QRKKN HOUBK. Mealt itrTttd Htanford, K. I 11 place lu a timuiuaiii nut,Ky ' "t. At GARItlONi w.slprd, p. ermmimwjf tip nupy t pwj . Ah 35 TUKBDAY, OCTOUKU 11th, 1910 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. 3 LADIES' SWEATERS, $1.00 to $.00. GIRLS' SWEATERS, tl.00 to $2.00. BOYS' SWEATERS, r,0c to il.uo. AMERICAN LADY CGRSETS, New Stock of all blzcs Just In; $1.00 to $.00 NEW PERSIAN SILKS for Waists $1.00 CADET HOSIERY for Men, Women, Girls and Boys. Every parrr Every day brings some New guaranteed. Price, all sizes, 2r,c. Goods to our store. Look to your MISS NEW YORK PETTICOATS. All prices, Satterr antf SffleV right and left for some of the lal" $1 to $13. They have no equal. Silks from 8.00 up; guarantee est. wear. New Arrivals .&' to $1.75 yard. NEW SCHOOL SHOES. The Kind That Wear, Look Well'. Treat Your Pocket Book Well. 3nl SEVERANCE & SON, i ' There It new line of 25c box pMr, Tlnslcy Spoonamore, of Sinnaler, special TIuei at penny' Dm? ford, arrived Wednesday with a view tore. or locating here. Mr, Spoonamore Is an uncle of Mrs. .1 .1), Holdcrman, of this cltySomeraot Time. PERSONAL NOTES Mr. and SjT. Kobert Salter havo returned frma visit to Mr and Mra. Howard Camnltz Arrived borne Fri- A. W.'Carpenter near 8tanfoid, e it imn-Vlll- Stanford, Keutucky. Mrs. John II. Shanks has returned from a several .days' stay In Loulslllc. Mrs. Fred Oarnott has returned from a visit to Cave City. Mrs. W, A. Carson Is visiting relatives in Lancaster. Misses Jane and Mary Tarn me spent Saturday and Sunday In Danville with A big bankrupt sale of the goods ot W. W. White will start next Saturday. Everything will be old regardless of cost. Watch for big advertisement I'TIUU). day unci Is very poorly, ' Ml ot HlrmlnKham, Olllc Aa , I the guest tbl week ot Ml Mattie Floyd. .Mr. and Mr. Bam Hpoonamore bavi returned borne from their honeymoon pent nt Knoxvllln. Mary I). Kennedy has returned Ml from n visit to Atlanta and other points In are spending the winter at Lebanon Junction, came up Sunday to vim the horoefolks. F ! Thompson, of Mt Vernon. w hero Saturday, the guest of hi daughter, Mr I. It Hughe Heprescutatlvo S M Carson of here pent severnl da Louisville, with hi cousin, W. A. Carson and other relative Miss Elizabeth Ilaughmsn vlidted the Misses Iiaughmun at Hustonvllle last week a course In the missionary training sthool there, preparatory to going as a missionary. Miss Nettle Wray spent last week ben the guest of her brother H C Wray and sister, Mr I M. Hruce Mis Wray Is tavellng throuRh the south ' F.dttor Edgar 8 Albright, of the Mt. Vernon Signal, was hrre on business Monday MIm Marie Mahony Is In Louisville-takin- Mr and tho south, Mr. It. O Harapto, who PilWP116 f The tax books of Crub Orchard grad ed school are now reaay and taxes friends. spent several days here. Mrs, J. T. Dlngaman were are due. Tho penalty will go on Nov. Mr. C. M. Spoonautore, uf MounJ Valley, guests and of Ml8')Ktherlno Wella, '.Mrs. ? Wal- Kansas, I hero visiting. 'his brother, on Cedar Mr. andMrs. H, F. Newland 1. The books will always be at tb'o ; Creek. omce of the Crab Orchprd Bankln? lace (lover, Mr. Clydo Settle and Mr. Elijah Spoonamore and other relatives Mr. and ot Mies Onhclla Lackey. Marshall McCollum, ot Junction City Friend of I lev. 11. U. Mahony Willi Mlddlesboro Mrs. Ernest Warren, Rev, company. Chamberlain's Cough Ifrtaly' tia the attended the Hustonvlllo danro last regret to learn that lnj has been un- Jos. Ilallou are family.guests of Treasurer. cos become famous or its curcs'of cougH-V"and week pastorate at able to return to his colds, croup and Influenza? Tfy W The Ladles Aid Society of the PresIf taken patiently and persistently Mis Elizabeth Adams, of (Ireen-vlllAllcnsvllle, being compelled to take when in need. It contaittn do'hhrcxttO Tex., who ha been spcnlng the treatment In a hospital nt Louisville. byterian church will meet Friday aft will relieve the most obstinate cusp ernoon at 2:30 o'clock with, Mrs. Mat substance and always gives prompt rr summer In Hustotivllle with relatives M. J. Mundy who drives tho bljr ot lndlmjtlon, constipation, bad blood, lief. Sold by Penny's Drug Slow ' Withers. left Monday for her home. She was Mallett engine on the Clnclnnai tieHev. A. A. Hlggins, of Glasgow, who matter how long stand-lug- . accompanied by her grandmother, Mr Southern from Cincinnati to Oakdale, V at y.Sls what Holllster's Ilocky Ulliabcth Adams, who will upend the h.is been on a visit to the homelolkB. Is attending the Presbyteriantosynod his Skin And Scalp Teov6fess Danville was over Monday see Mr and Mrs, John llurcell (f winter there Dr. W. Harry Hlggins. The Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents, Tea MIhs Ilesslc liaughman, of Huston-vllle- , spent .Sunday with "r. nnd brother. Yieid to Zemo- z) latter leaves Friday to return to his or Tablets Shugars i: Tanner. U visiting her sister, Mrs. Smith .Mrs. Tlnslev post nt Clifton Springs, N. Y. Fenny in St. Joseph, Mo. Aid f the The ladles' 'The Honc.vmooriers ' a very ap- A CLEAN LIQUID The Woman's Improvement Club PREPAKfcTtOK Miss Cooper Feland has gone to ChrlsUan church will meet with Mr. will meet on Wednesday afternoon nt propriate play in Stanford Just now. Spartansburg, N. C, where shu will John II. Foster Saturday FOR EXTERNAL USET- 3 oclock In the lecture room of the will conie to the opera house here on tench thlB winter She stopped over the 1Mb et S o'clock This Meeting Penny's drug store is so- - confident : Saturday night next. It Is said to be en rcuto at tho Appalachian Exposi- Is In place of their regular uiuet'ng Christian church. that ZEMO will rid the sklmonhcit;?. tion at Knoxvllle for Hi Slth. seheduled full of laugh from beginning to ena SHORT LOCAL NEWS Mr Zan Murphy son of Mr W. L. Handsomely ;nKrav.l inflations has a number of charming musical of Infant or grown persoio ofTptte' Murphy a handsome and popular havo been received wxc, reading a pies, blackheads dandrutr. ecztnax. Don't fall to attend the bankrupt numbers which will appeal to all lovon the Isthmus of Panama follows, poiprickly heat, rashes, hives; ers of music. Don't miss it. sale of the White stock. spent n pleasant vacation with home, Mrs. Martha 'Jrlsnt Adiins son or any other form or skitt' or " Invites you to ie present After a few day In New York lolk. Wedding presents at W. H, .MueThe Stanford Band turned out and scalp eruption, that they will' cTt be will sail back to his post of duty, at the marnagi) ot her daughter engave Mayor A. B. Florence and bride your money back If you are-so- t" ller:. -ftellng hnpplcr and better after seeFrances a warm and rousing welcome home tirely satisfied with the results'!- ing the dear old home to every day at wnen they returned from their honey- talned from ZEMO. Fresh Toasted peanuts I)r Timothy William Fennlngton Mr and Mrs Albert Florence have applIcaUon" wflt) xtrv The moon spent at Knoxvllle Monday prompt first returned from Knoxvlllo and will go on Thursday afternoon October tho T. D. New land's. relief and show an' improve-menevening. twentieth to housekeeping at onco In a cottage and Jn every Instance vrhew'" Hoy wanted between ages ol 14 and on Kast Main Mntteen hundred and ten used persistently, will destroy' tS- 16. W H. Mueller, Drs. J. . Carrenter and W. F. germ life, leaving the skin in' a I W Hughe or Memphis, visited half past three o'clock at clear ' Hlckle will lecture at the Christian Presbyterian Church one of Stanford's moat charming girls Found Black derby hat; sold by church at Hubble next Sunday after- healthy condition. Let us show you proof or soiReTO-- Hustonvllle. Kentucky hero Sunday Cummins & Wearen. This office. noon at 2:30 ole'ock. Five Jars of markable cures made ty ZEMO &a expathological specimens will be give you a 32 page booklet haW'ta' Six per cent penalty goes on your hibited at that time preserve the skin. Feiny's Dmc- city taxes Nov 1 Uetter pay up before Leg Broken Store. then P. D. Carter, Collector. r-t" e, So-ietfilti-moo- Mrs. John Lutes Is visiting In Paris. Col. C T, Ilonon ol Lebanon, as here Monday Miss Elizabeth Lutes has returned from Calgary Alto, Canada. Hon. W, J. Price of Danville, was here on business Monday. Mr. J. M. Alvcrson, of Frankort The many friends of Hott. b. Vf' Shewniakf r are drtighiH tfrv knoV r that he haB returned to orKaad' an will again represent tfur ti! c. agent there, .Mr. ShewtfAtfep retires a law ironths ago to a farrjiiMdrtr"' county mit tneiov of oloUntoln vrw t U.0 strong for him and cow pellcd to leave his- - rural xtreatJ- iu ly ' C-- IIIH' Lost. tacles. Apply all Pair of gold rimmed speci2 reward for their return. thl office room cottage nnd outbuildings; welt Apply to Bud Holderman 'JTJVvo oiaoi&oao0o oosci05a50wC'w: , at For Saf fented. neces7y SEE OUR LINE OF - For Sale Two second hand w neons and one wheat drill. Pence Bro s 63-- J Wanted to borrow I1.S00 on good Ct-security. This office. 3 YOUR 1910 CITY TAXES ARE NOW DUE. ALL PARTIES OWING ME 1908 AND 1909 TAXES MUST SETTLE AT ONCE OR I WILL TAKE EXECUTION AGAINST THEM. B. 63-D. CARTER. Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. Iteturn to Ihls office and receive reward, Wanted a salesman for thl and surrounding counties with a first-clas- s line ot furnishing good1, notions and pants. David Ades, Lexington, Ky. HEATING ." - STOVES ETC. 0 0 0 0 f. 0 & - - For Snle Brick house and two acres oi land on Somerset street; nice cottage on East Main street; house and :ii ncres on East Main and a bouse and five ncres of land on Danville avenue. Apply to Harvey Helm. For sale privately my home on East Main Street. Mrs. L. B. Cook, Stan-lor- W. H. Stanford, Kentucky. H ICC INS, 0S? 8.-- " sr- - Kentucky. 000000000 000000000000 55" Ef trayhome-made - Large Banghman ring in nose. Notily Poland China boar; M, S. H&''SKBfSSSiHSSft, .MiWK6M-ffla.f&i- . , . ,. . .OBSESS! magazines, ledgers or papers ot any kind that they do not need, will nsslst in a good cause by donating them to the Presbyterian Aid Society. Apply to Mrs J. U. Pnxton. i'res. Ueorge Dunn the popular clerk for B W. Durham, at Junction City has been quite ill of an attack of rbeuma- tlbUl. Any person having old books, let-tor- I L R. Hughes T. V. Humble W. O. Martiv New Dress Ms. Copyright Hart bchatfiicr te Marx YOU'LL find here in our store "the greatest show on earth" of good clothes: more first s, come on time. There will be a. special meeting of tho Knights of Pythias here on next Ihursdny alght, Oct. 15 Every member is urged to be present and to n thoroughprize winners than anywhere else; all the high-clasbred styles; and you can just as well take a first premium as n ot Hart Schaffner & Ma'rx fabrics, perfect tailoring; new styles, new coloring, new let us show you how well we can fit you in these perfect clothes Suits $17.50 ts $40. Overcoats $1 5 to $35.00 all-wo- ol For your cleaning and pressing and the best laundry in town the Loxing-tolaundry Tako them to Wesley Johnson. He has an expert from the city, does first class' work. Try him In tho Interior Journal building. Salesman wanted to. look afier our Interest In Lincoln and adjacent coun Address ties. Salary of commission Ohio. boxed cot 60 acres ot land! tage, good barn, blacksmith r.hop and all other necessary outbuildings, well watered and fenced close to cnurcn Stanford Heal Estate Company "I uted Hyomei faithfully for a few weeks and was entirely cured pf catarrh and bronchial cough ot 10 years' Jackbon, standing" Wni McVoy, Mich Breathe Hyomei and euro ta- it. larrn. Q U Penny guarantees CO Complete outfit II, extra bottle cents. I fhe Victor Oil Company, (.itfvetr.ua, - . Cummins THIS STORE 18 We are showing' a beautiful line of New wool Goods in black and colors, in the new diagonal weaves.French. serges, stripes and Broadcloth. Also the newest and largest assortment of trimmings we have ever shown in Braids, Persian band& and buttons. Call and see us before buying. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. All-ove- rs. & Wearen, 4 MARX CLOTHES Dry Goods,", Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER J3Z231IIEI3lfc L STANFORD, KENTUCKY H THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS TUE8DAY, OCTOBUR llth, ltO S- - THE DRY FALL OUTING ! $435 rSamJ-Tri- p ALL ABOARD FOR MAMMOTH C A V E! OCT 12 One Evening For Promenade and Dance. $5.50. Pays All Your From STANFORD. WEDNESDAY, JfUiti.Ullway statious. Regu- Hotel Expenses Including board and the admission to the cave, lar urato HO A.M. MRTICTUKJ L2TOE BALIS 3m WRITE OR 'PHONE L. FOR TICKET AGT. N. & Announcement Of ?-- Jones & CnM DunKnt 119 entile here Monday nt llgures ranging from 3 ta 4 cont.i For Sale A few thoroughbred .lersey bong pig. April fnrrow Price reasonable T. J. Durham, Crab Orchnrd, Phone 59-For Kent About 17 ncres of good fnll urnss. Mrs. Martha V. Klrby. i For Sale 76 700 to 900 pound year ling and V steers A Coffi-y- . 2 C5-:d For Halo, 2 large steers and IS calves. J. S. Moberly, McKlnney. 63-1'laln nine-hol- e wheat drill, good as new, for sale cheap. W P. Logan. Let mo Insure your barns and W. A. Trlbble. For Bale. A well Improved farm ot 20 acres, near Mt. Salem, household and kitchen furniture, stock, and farming tools. P. II. Woodson. Mt Salem, Ky. Lutes &. Arnold foIJ In WhltWiotise & Pnxter, or Iloyle, I:! yearlings nt a flgiiro about I 12o Monday. 4 vj-a- The Crossett Shoe When it comes to dress wear, Crossett Shoes are what you want. We have every style, last and color. Work Shoes ' O l)u-ro- c McKlnnoy. r C2-2- BL BAUGHMAN'S HORSE AND MULE EXCHANGE 0OOO0O '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." E49 $0 iKV3O0 sold in STANFORD.; 200 J& His Home-ju-st SfM -- - .0$ to do more business and not to quit business. O O OOOOOOOOOOOOO O O O O O &0S0O and have just returned with 5 car loads of mares and geldings of all slzts f'rom ChftUnd ponies to half draft mares, 1 to 5 years old, that will weigh 1,200 jo fl,00 when matured, Just the kind to raise high priced mules this know Xrm actual experience. to1-DRAFT FILLIES. 15 MARLING 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES. 20 to 12 DRAFT MARES. 0.3 Xt 5 YEAR-OLto DRAFT GELDINGS 4 YEAR-OL1D.3.-PURPOSE GELDINGS. lOGENERAL 20 JTENERAL PURPOSE MARES. J2D (BRANDED PONIES and several Shetland ponies s of IWw were bought In Illinois, Missouri and Montana and v ttem are branded but were raised under fence and will handle kind and .penile. PRICES FROM $15 to J200. I will close ot or put Into winter quarters all unsold by Nov. 15, prerara- lory to going to Atlanta to engage In the mule business until April 15, 1911. 1 u'lll Uk'b eturn and prepare for my annual sale of Mules and llroodniares to be held next September. As I only bought these to eat a surplus ot ,raos, .will exchange any of them for any other stock to graze, especially irul'y .yjul cattle. Am always in the market for high class mules and 4 2 -4 2 two-third. . Take The Woman's Tonic Cardui 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 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 after-effect- s, :if.t. 'Phones 46 and J. 116, H. DAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. Large SloeVVbf RUGS AND DRUGGETVAn NEWEST DESIGNSNS NEW FALL AND WINTER If you have anything to sell in the STOCK Take to LINE Nunnelley's New Stock Yards SECOND HAND He buysand set a every day iu the FURNITURE HANDLED SEPyear except Sunday. Bring on ARATELY vour stock. .Beat market iu the State with plenty ot UNDERTAKING STOCK FULL AND outside of Louisville or Lexington &d and waler best covered pens t COMPLETE. STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed business. BIG LOT NEW AND jri2MuSKj39E)Sfir oW5. CEO. B. PRUITT, Moreland, Ky. ! HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 cents per head? Ve guarantee Hog Cholera Remedy Bourbon to keep hogs beilthy and freo from disease for 5 cents per Iwiad per month, it cures Cholera, Kills Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, Aids Olgestlon and cause hogs to fatten very rapidly. This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog ralien. throughout the country. Come in .Monday for 1115. and let us tell you about It. Sold by New Stanford dug Co. LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE aired at $100 per acre li Murphy sold two suckling colts by Bohemian King to Allen U. Kilelen, ot Boyle, for 1390. Lutes & Arnold bought 24 sheep ii. watts last week ut SI f.o irom ncy nad them near Maywood on pasture, when a pack of dogs got Intr them Friday afternoon nnd killed one A whole lot Is being heard right now about the prlco tobacco Is going to bring, but Fred Brunschwelg, living out on the Somerset pike Is pretty wull atlslled with profits otf his dairy herd for the past ear Mr Brunschwelg supplies milk to the Stanford Crcamerv. He hns Just figured up bis inllk sales for the year and finds that after paying all expenses of bis cows' keep, they have netted him ISO a head. The sale ot J. F. Cook & Co.. held in 18) c tie county and which was ad vertised In this paper, was quite a sic;. cess , About fifty head of horse stock nnd the same number of Jacks and Jen nets, were sold at an average prlci; of about $.'00. As It consisted principally ot breeding stutt and weanlings, the prices obtained were considered quite good That Stanford Is I hn leU iMltle market In ths section of Kentucky was amply demomtnto.l bore Men-dawhen there were almost l.ono cattle on the market mid buyers here from all over this section and many distant points. Nunuell.yV noek yards was pressed for room to handle the big bunch all day. Pruet rang. ed considerably according to the qual ity of the stufi offered going from 3 to f cents. J. It. Bnghrsss has Just sot In 2 carloads of torses from St. Ixmis He sold a team to Mr. Williams of 84 W 1 ), litis-lonvtll-e to Harry tVv nlti mid Dr. O. 3. Williams h l.imih of yearling cattle nt J4.50 per hundred me prominent young West Knders arc rapidly forging to the front ns cat tlo donii-rFor Sale 3d head of 900-lb- . steer c.mie tan bo soon on J. A ltobln-MnFor price cnll on or larn. write t T Polion Lebanon. Prlntoss Sonls, the crai k show marc of Mrs. Wchard ljwnilci. of D.inMlle. died Inst weo nt the lllliolj fetatc fair Springfield whore she was bung shown by Mnt 'ohwi. She wos by (hestor Dare and out of n dauchter of Diamond Chief and was regarded as one 01 me greatest show mares lr, the country. She was valued at 5,. A field of rice Is being giowu near lliiood Darren county. It U growing mcel) and now has larg pods on the stalks and h attracting imicli attention, (. it Is the first rle grown In that county. For Sale 25 good young nwes and cue bi. cl. most ot tliom pure bp-shropshins J. Frank Smith, Ilox SI Stanford Ky. M)ers & Vaughn sold to I)r O S V llliatus a bunch or yearling cattle at $4 Hft and to a bunch of yearlings at il.r.O and to Robert Nunnally 15 heifers at J.: 10 nnd In Ta)Ior and Hottom 32 It-ant 4 cent and shipped a carload of rattle ".lid hogs to Cincinnati The hops were bought nt S cents and the cattle at prices running fro 2 to I cents. Join Uussell. of the Moreland tec tloti, toM his faim of 60 acre to Mr ,i D. Terrlll for $45 nn ncre .Mr Itussell bought from Mr F M, Von ell n s C5-4- John itli r( 1? VtfV' VJM Ik v Vtt. And medium weight. We have a line, the best made from hand sewed to a machine made We have the Inpcstructable Shoe for the farm that we absolutely guarantee. If not good, money refundeq or a new pair. Ask' your neighbor. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. SCHOOL SHOES! Buy your Children's School Shoes from L. L. Sanders and get a nice School Box with each pair. eer m L. L. SANDERS, , Crab Orchard Stucky. f St. Asaph Hotel For Sale LARGE COMMODIOUS BRICK BUILDING OF 25 ROOMS BESIDES THE KITCHEN AND BASE. MENT, ALSO TWO LARGE STORE ROOMS WITH BASEMENTS LOCATED IN STANFORD ON MAIN STREET IS FOR SALE PRIVATELY. HAS A LARGE BARN ABOUT 100x72 HAS ABOUT 24 STALLS, LARGE LOFT AND LARGE SHED THE FULL LENGTH OF BARN. SERVANTS HOUSE LAROE COAL HOU3E THAT WILL HOLD 600 OR 700 BUSHELS OF COAL, LARGE DOUBLE CRIB ETC. THIS IS ONE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE PIECES OF PROPERTY IN THE STATE. IT IS A SPLENDID PLACE TO MAKE MONEY. WILL SELL A8 A WHOLE OR SELL THE HOTEL PROPERTY SEPARATE AND KEEP THE STORE RCOMS. ALL THE FURNITURE IN THE HOTEL GOES WITH DEAL. THE OWNER OF THIS PROPERTY IS IN BAD HEALTH OR ELSE MONEY COULD NOT BUY IT. SHE HAS DECIDED THAT IT MUST GO IN THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS. IF YOU WANT IT YOU MUST ACT QUICK. THIS A RARE OPPORTUNITY FOR SOMEBODY. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE L. R. HUGHES OR W. L. MCCARTY. THE TWO STORE ROOMS ALONE ARE PAYING GOOD INTEREST ON $6,000, AND ONE OF THEM 18 LEASED FOR SIX YEARS. THE LEADING HOTEL OF THC TOWN AND DOING A BIG OF THIS PROPERTY A FEW YEARS AGO THE HOLDERS BOUGHT IT PRINCIPALLY ON TIME. THEIR HOLDINGS NOW ARE AMONG THE LARGEST IN THE CITY. A BU3I-NES- THE ST. A3APH HOTEL PROPERTY I CEN-TRAL- Y J' Public Sale and Renting SOME REASONS WHY and the "Set" or the Diamond Edge Hatchet the reason for their universal favor becomes evident. Ho matter what style, whether shingling, lathing. claw, half or any of the score ol styles, every one seems to be finished best. The Infinite care in the selecting and setting of the handle is remarked by all men who know. If you study the "Lines" DjAMoifo JEdqe NOTICE. FOR SALE BY GEORG E H. FARRIS, STANFORD. KY. isji Qujiuty'Pledce'' -- Slates tor da tlas district court j3Castuoky. Bankrupt. lly virtue of an order entered by J .Stafco ot Sale on Bankruptcy. in ti. fiaiwder, referee trusteetheof above same, atylod case, 1, as avUl n Saturday the 3L'nd dty of .October A. D., 1910, between the bourn ot 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock FRUIT AND SHADE TREES j), jo. ou the premises being 52 aires Everything for Orchard La An in Lincoln ,yt tann land, situated and Garden. county, Kentucky, on the waters of Jree river, adjoining the Denbain Write for Free Catalogue No. Agents H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS. Claras, and lying near the postoHlce of Lexington, Kentucky. one-hal- jj. .Siplc, of the United the Eastern district ot In the matter of Clarence Jumbo, Kentucky, expose to public sale to the highest ana "beat bidder, for cash in baud, the above described tract or parcel of land, together w"u nineteen acres ol land adjoining same, now owned by Clarenco J. Hippie, the bankrupt above named, and also f Interest In the growing crop upon tho said land. Given under my hand this the 19tb day of Algust, l'JIO. U. A. DVCHE. Trustee. The final amount has been raised for making the survey and buying the Having sold my place I will nn right of vay for the proposed new The following personal property : All kinds of farming implement? railroad from Somerset to Corbln Tbn Thursday, October 13th such as wagons, rakes, mowers etc. subscription committee at Somerset Two large work horses. 1 family jnare, has announced they have sold nil the at in a. M., three miles from Stanford gentle, 1 brood mare by Enoch Arden, stock of the company, which will be on the Danville pike sell the following 1 mare by Ualton. l 1 capitalized at $10,000. good mare described property: old filly by Dignity Dare, !) cattle 28 mule eight ytcirs old, 1 six year old Mieep,, 3 goods Jennets, 1 Jack roU combined mare with mule colt at side, BLOOD POISON extra good, 6 mules one I two year old bait shelf ind pc)iy thr-- e 2 yearlings. Also Cured by the Marvel of the Century broke to ride and drive, 2 Jersey cows lot of corn, fodder, etc, surrey, buggy, and two suckling calevs, 2 yearling B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years, huckhoard. harnpRB ami milk mm. In any Jersey heifers, a few meat hogs also Drives out blood poison HUNTING At the same time I wil four fiO pound ahoats, household and rent my farm or 180 acres mile west stage, pernianeutjjrwJthqut deadly kitchen furniture, some hill onions, a Ingreot Moreland. It has all necessary Im- mercury, with pule botanical you a few dozen chickens. provements. f or six acres for tobac- dients. To prOV'e.lVwe will send J. B. BRYAN. 8AMPLE TREATMENT FREE co, 27 acres for corn, G8 acres for eating sores. If you havTulcers, small grain, remainder In grais. J. 1. " swellings FARM FOR SALE! mucus Chandler, Auctioneer Terms given Itching, hutiiors. 1 80 acres miles west of on day of sale. J. J. Sl'h'AltS. .More-lan- patches, bone pains, offensive pimples, Highland; lying a good cottage and out or eruptions, tuke B. B. B. (Botanic Ky. bouses, barn etc., C fields fenced; Blood Balm). All symptoms heat plenty qukkly, Blood Is made pure and rich, about 33 acres In cultivation; out not completely changing Uie entire body of water. Reason for selling rearon-able- . EUREKA PORTRAIT CO., R Into u clean, healthy condition, heal- able to work on farm Price "Incorporated" ing every sore and stopping all aches, m Makes a specialty of ul kinds J A3. A. KINO. 608. pains and Itching curing the worst ui iiunruiih in on Bepia, crayon, cuse of blood poison. Druggists or pastel, India Ink and water colFARM FOR SALE. by express, $1 PEH LABUE BOTTLK ors, work gunrimtced Ti acres, It l'l miles southeast ot e are prepared to frame pic with directions for homo cure. SAM-PL- Uiistonvllle, kuown as the Dennett SENT FUKB by writing Blood I'loyd farm, GO acres Iu wheat stubble, ol every description. Balm Co., Atlanta, Ca Describe your remainder In grass; well Improved teasonable. Office and troubles and free medical advice ulv and a tine stock farm; will sell at a Itures opposite court house, en, Sold by 8HUGARS & TANNER. bargain A V Carpenter, Moreland, Street I will Having decided to give up farming sell to the highest bidder on 100 acres In tine shape; crop goes with. Better come quick. J. M. Key. nobis Waynesburg. Public Sale Public Sale of Hustonville In Thursday, October 20th, Property Tllle I will on Having other property Huston 2 1 I Mgh-clas- s did neighborhood. I will also sell ono Curtis & Held glass-fron- t carriage, as good as new; two good high wheel sulkies; two drUIng cart; phaetons, one one Hancock disc plow and S00 or 600 bales ot No. 1 hay. Halo boglns promptly nt two o'clock Terms made known on day of sale For other particulars address by phono or otherwise. Hustonville, Ky. D. S. CARPENTER. two-bors- o Saturday Nov. Bth, 1910 . sell the following described real estate One trarae house, with 18 rooms, arranged so that two families can live In It; two back yards; one extra nice vacant building lot; one extra large barn, a good livery barn; 2 large sheds; 2 lasting welts: one back lot. Tcls property' Is' well fenced and In good repair; has all outbuildings ncces ivy and Is situated on Main and College streets, one square from very tine guided school; one square from the Christian church; one square from liaptlst church and two squares trom Fresbjterlan church, and Is in a splon. two-stortwo-stor- '