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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lit u IHEtrI- r r NTERIOR JOURNAL I w VoLmtf XXXVIL STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER lUll 1910 No 6gV STEWART CHANDLER IiSHOT FROM AMBUSH UNKNOWN ASSASSINS MAKE AT TEMPT ON LIFE OF EAST END LAO J K U Stuart Chandler aged 17 lion at Sam dandier of the Hast End w a r abot and dangerously wounded by unknown parties whllo on hIs way homo from church Tuesday night The tbullet entered young ChandlerI right leV Just below the hip and pene trated the member The shooting oc Burred near Cedar Creek at about 10 Mr 11hr the nigHt was dark the young man was unable to Identify his1 uinllantl and having no enemies that he knows of he and his family are completely tit a loss to know who did the dastardly deed Mr Chandler U sober and lndustrlous and has neve 4eendirtroubioAfter the shooi lug Chandler walked to the homo ot Tom Manuel and the latter notified hla father who summoned physicians They dressed this unfortunate mans wounds and at last account he was doing reasonably well Frlojidji of tho Chandler offer are in nUtlng that Judge Bailey a re ward rortho nrreat and eonvltlion of the guilty pnfjles 1 Stiff Fines HANDED YELLOW CALS FOR UN SEEMINGLY CONDUCT JSte 11ud tin and Matllo rear Carr two well known yellow girls wero fin ed 21 and cpts each by n jury In the i v court tills morning on a charge ot breach of tho ponce The breach con lifted or using loud and abusive lan to Ailer on Cftrr Jr on Depot street Carr Will fined 5 and cost lay Jongs Menefee The negro gina unable to pay tho fines were taken to jail to slint their tonne Judge Jlene fee If determined to break up the habit of uegro girls congregating about the depot making It embaraa ting for ladle to go up that street to catch a train by their loud talking ned UHieendogly actions Yr r r Sewerage SjRe AGITATION TO BE STARTED IN STANFORD AT ONCE Agitating for a ndw sewerage aye tern for Stanford was started last week when Attorney K 8 Alcorn and 1 others went before the city council and suggested the urgent need of adequate sewerage for the city to the i CHy Father Strong advocates of a- eompieteawerage for tho city admit that Ute only way that It can be secured 1s by means of a vote qf bonds A campaign of education is to be started at once and It II hoped that a vote can be obtained on a bond Issue at an early date for It Ill felt that the unitary condition of city In such that something must be donefor the sake of the peoples health before nnotaer summer roUt around KINGBEAZLEY The following wedding announce raent from the Lexington Leader will t 1 Interest pimple here where both an well known At noon In the parlors V of Argyle Hall of CampbellHager inn College the marriage was solemn lied of Her It N Reazlcy of Taint iicK Ky and Miss Virginia King Professor D J Pinkerton was the of flrlatlug minister The bride Is the daughter of Mr T W King a lead leg cltlton of Garrard County mid lag near Paint Lick Sho graduated from CRmpb llllngerman College in I the class of 1905 being ono of the = =1 ==t tt1tV jnng women who have attended that school bright cheerful winsome sjuclouo In disposition graceful In manners a most charming person t titty Mr Beasley Is a most ostlm i jible citizen of Garrard county promi nent in the business affairs In hU community honored and trusted by all I MWieHrl uTtw tinny friends of George K o Hone would delighted to see hint elected judge and will do some etfectu nl deadning over the line should be became a candidate i John Coulter la thinking of moving i tetbe 8tateor Oregon and has adver Ufe4 kli farm and town property fork mto said that a young man of this Trinity will wed one of Libertys fleet slxteonera before many moons wjtt and wane t W CUryoCanew cottage le near lyr td and everybody is anxl 1f8 tokRow who will occupy It Rebecca Creech of Harlan- r1 couoty la here on a visit to her son r Dr C D Creech Mies Lemma Fogle t had returned from an extended visit too her sister Mrs Prof Judd at Bar bourvlllo Mr Smith Powell ot HUB tewvllle and Miss Lltllo Wells of Liberty were here Sunday afternoon H C Tcotabs of Lincoln County was here Saturday and Sunday llando- o Urovn and daughter of Liberty were r Str Monday Miss Mollle Wilson re turtwd Sunday from PulasMteounty where ahe went to visit relative YfllHe Tapscott la confined to his bed Ilk a badly H Mica kaea New Department ADDED TO CITY SCHOOL WORK A FAOOLTY PKClTAL Mir horta Jet Penny tin iwen rlrrted to t JJ U violn lu ho SUsn lord Graded Hiaoii the Is amply equipped liaia atiUil uiii areunder Mrs CT M Weber nt the Col iego of Aliislnin OiniiItlltl iud for the plat year a pupil of Prof Fritz Sch mltz at Ward Seminary In Nashville There will bo a faculty recital in the chapel Tho latt of October by the special teachers Mlja Jackson who is n graduate of Caldtvoll college Uanvllla will glvt Uw roadlngs the wo a pupil of Mrs A S Ilobortarn otDanville and studied under South wick President of the Hmcrsou school of oratory Her nbllltj to delight has been p oren Alfta Tettro will sing two nuiubora She has studlud In the conservatory gutmusicc In Cincinnati and ut the Minneapolis school of music a noted institution llfr work la of BeIl1ctlonall knoW her ability she studied at1 Cincinnati college of music and no sjnon ervotorr Hiss Borta Jean Benny will glO- hvo violin nuinbcn Her aeleclons always give plcaiure That the pub lie may fool a deeper lnejest In the thoot wont II these tovorfll department nil are csrnmitly Invited U attend There will be no admission The program will be given later rteChristian Churches OF COUNTY TO HOLD SEMIAN NUAL RALLY AT HUBBLE SATURDAY The 2 seml annual meetinif of the I Christian churches of Lincoln coun l will be held at the Hubble church on and a largo ptteudinro is expect Concerning this4 nioetng and Ita work Rev D M Walker rat1 SIIIIIfordThin organization of churchat of this county to do missionary work in Its own borders under the manage ment of the chrcbe within the coun ty Is unique It being the only ono In the State with such an organization of which the writer has knowledge Upon Investigating the records of thin work It will be found that about 2000 people hate made the good confession under Ue tn uJncc of yreVhJus that has b sn iloi by Uu I131t of this organization tU ongrngatlna- have lien organized and housed by the cooperative effort cf Uu churches Two congrcrations have bean tiled when ubout to disband and aro now In a flourishing eons ltinu This U Indeed a splendid record and one ot which our jhtu sue Jhot ly proud But 1th UMCS then bas tome a cl r oiiltton on the part of the churches to itI catelf bjut their duty and to lose slgut of tbe fact that there an othr fields wlfin our own ImrdorB to Le vrngelfiid rand hence our ornanlzatlou baa been unable dun ing ho past year on account of lack if finances 10 keep the ovanjtolUU In fact breth busy In destitute fields ren for t1l11 Intended for an appeal to the chrcnei umltM U rally ou county orgaaliitsos rlU fell trousP and our evangelist wll rave to bo dismissed At the meeting to bo held Hi Huoblc on October 13th It will be determined whvhit we trill rontinuo the organization fr pot II you ilwrlro It to continue it thrn camp to this u eetlng and bring H en jvuu to tic work 1 Moreland HeY H lit Burke has an enviable record among clergymen of the West End having married 28 couples dur ing two years and three months he hAd lived In Moreland Rev Burke was born In 1824 and was converted In his 18th year He baa never had many opportunities and may be call ed a self made man He has lived In Lincoln county 30 years He will move to Milledgovlllo about the last of the month His new homo will bo In the old Russell house He hopes to unite In matrimony many other young couplesMr C A Wllholt who has been very III of typhoid fever Is able to be out again Mr J J Spears will have asale the 20th Mr K D Palmeter the new pas tor of the Methodist church will move In the parsonage In the next few days The teachers asslclatlon will meet at McKinney Saturday Oct 15 The W C T U society met with Mrs L Pipes Oct 1L There was a large altendaRceBHd a V8ry tnterest ing meeting ACTIVE CAMPAIGN TO BRING OUT VOTE GEORGE L PENNY APPOINTED DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN- CHAIRMAN Democratic State Campaign Chairman Allle W Young has just appointed George L Penny chairman for Lincoln county to prosecute tho fight In tMs county thut an unprecedented majority may bt rolled up for Con grepaninn Helm Ar Penny Is one of tho best known and most aggressive Democrats In Lincoln county and will toke steps at onctp perfect a com plete organization In tho county He will appoint Jchafrmah In every pre tlnrt ol the county to I take perconul cimrgo of the work in the precincts andsee that all thevotorSrare gotten to the polls Mr Herms chances for Yeeieclloti appear very bright If bin friends will only go to the pods dnIllnon wilt spcaknt Dan nday which Is county courtdhy for Boylo lie has made n number of other speaking engage taunt In Doyle and will be on the stump from now on urging the democrat to come out on election day Kings Mountain piln from the fifth grade up of the Kings Mountain Graded School that have not been ubsont more than two days during the term Della Rlgney Cloll Utitcnt Earl MUdmah Mablc Hint Pearl Honuo Oliver Smith Clnr once Carry Ellwi Gooch Burruss Mete IId m Alford The following have never been absent Russell Thompson Grace Thompson Lena Francis Maggie Flint Father Murphy and Lola Smith The following neither have been ab sent nor tardy during the term Laura Johnson OWe Walls and Hul fee Acton Mrs W D Johnson is visit IUK her son Jarrett at College Corner IndianaDr Is having a new root put on his residence Mr and Mrs D O Lewis of Waynes burg xtero vIMUng at Kings Moun talc last Sunday Some Sleuth LANCA3ER CITY MARSHALL NABS TWO HORSE THIEVES City Marshal L K Herron of Lan caster Is the boss host thief catch er and has just won two 50 rewards offered by the State for the arrest of horse thieves lie nabbed Wra Yon Us a negro who Is charged with stealing a horse from Link Higgins of this county Yantis was caught on the nix jlvcr cliffs He waived examining trlarand went to Jail Marshall Her ron also got William Lewis who is alleged to have stolen a horse from a man named Rich of Covln ton RODER MOORE At a dinner this week by Miss Lllltn Whtthorme C cll at Cambus Kenneth near Danville the engage ment of McBrnyer Moore of Versail lea to Miss Margaret Roles of that city was announced The wedding will be celebrated In the late fall Mr Moore Is a son of Col D 1 Moore tho capitalist of Harrodabtirg while the brideelect Is a daughter of lion and Mrs Charles H Rodes of Danville CAPT BOGARDU8 AGAIN HITS THE BULLS EYE This world famous rifle shot holds the championship record of 100 pigeons in 100 consecutive shots is living at Lincoln 111 RecenUy Inter vlewo he says = I suffered a long time with kidney and bladder trouble and used several wellknown kidney medicines all of which gave no re let until I started taking Foleys Kid ney Pills Before I used Foleys Kidney Pills I hud severe backaches and pains in my kidneys with suppression and a cloudy voiding On arising in the morning 1 would get dull head aches Now 1 have taken three bot ties of Folcya Kidney Pills and feel lou per cent better I am never bothered Iwth my kidneys or bladder and again feel like my own self Shugars MARTIN CASTLE Mr Alonzo Castle of Somerset and Miss Lille Martin daughter of Mr John Martin of the Saufley section were quietly married Wednesday at tbe home of the bride The groom Is u successful telephone operator at Somerset but will resign his position there and for the present make his homo on the farm of Mr Martin One disc harrow telL Will sell cheap IT L Bcazloy A GENEROUS AND CHARITABLE WISH 1 wish all might know ol tho bene fit I received from your Foleys Kid ney remedy says L N Regan Par merr Mo His kidneys and bladder gave him BO much pain misery and annoyance be cwald not work nor sleep He says tfoleya Kidney Remedy completely cured him Shugara and Tanner NOTED PERSONAGEDIES END BEARDY SMITH WAS A VERSA TILE PENMANOTHERNEW Preaciervile Oat ht lienrdy Smith aged about 70 years and ono of the most unique personages who has ever frequented this section in dead He watt found dead IIi the barn of Cnpt Johnson living near here where hohad gone to attend to the feeding He was a ihorouglj scholar knew most of the Ulblo by heart and VaVotie of the finest penman we haw ever seen With a quill pen of his own nv lie could closaly imitate copper plate engraving With a pen In each hand he could write his name each copy tclng llkolho other He could write any number of line each so uniU e- lliot we doubt If the chirography pert of tho government would think them written by the name hand Ifs ilnroving life having been nil over the country He was Confederate veteran an ami wanted to go to the Pewee Valley Soldiers Home and whenjtak tm to Lancaster by a friend sympa thizers quickly responded and made a nice purse for him when they found him out If he eer reached the home or why he returned is not known Rev J E Roberts pastor of the M H church at ibJs place has arrivtd Rev F D Palmeter the former pas torhas moved his family to Moreland We wish to commend him as a Chris tian gentleman to the good people theroIry Blankennhilp still remains In a precarious condition David Adams and three children who are typhoid suf ferers are Improving Mr Frank Ly kins has typhoid fever The protracted melting at the Bap tilt church under the leadership of Rev Cornelius is getting very in teresting sincere forceful sermons powerful praying and the best of music and slngln7rr Good crowds No addition to date lIFrank of bought 100 barrels of corn of J K Sutton at 2o and sold four steers to Jesse Fox at i 12 cents Geo Dyehouse sold a weanling mule at Stanford court at 182 Grant Anderson colored sold a mule to Rlgum Jim Anderson at ISO George Miller sold a mule to 1rlco Tiros of Garrard at J75 S A Ballard bought a mule of W C Cum mlns at 8S and sold a bunch of hogs to same at 10 cents Sam J Harris told a piulo to W A Price for 170 1 J Durham bought a Shropshire ram from a Jefferson county breeder for aI stiff price and sold a thoroughbred Duror mate to Mr Carpenter ot More land for 15 a 70 pound gilt to Gene Duvall for UO John Richardson void J yearlings to John Holmes at 410 J P Ballard bought some cattle at Stanford court at 330 0 W Spang ler sold a calf to L F Trompson for 11730 Scott Bros sold two calves to same for 28 Josiah Anderson sold a yoke of oxen to W H Brown at 1410 J Q Naylor sold a sow and pigs for J35- Master Clinton Parks son of Mr and Mrs ado Parks who Is In the childrens hospital In Louisville is get ting along nicely He was taken thereabout a month ago to get a lower limb straightened Mrs J J Tohtnpj son has been quite poorly Rev Andrew Johnson will preach at the Methodist church soon Vo only have services at this church regularly on fifth Sundays James McQuerry of Garrard visit ed hereMr Mrs Wm Pettus of Hunt ington West Va are visiting hU moth er Mrs Rebecca Pettus Mr and Mrs Cyrus Easont of Burgtn and Mrs Henderson of Lowell ire visiting Mr and Mrs John Williams Misses AllIe and Ethel Harris have been quests of their aunt Mrs Tom Manuel of Row land Frank Miller cut his wrist very severely while planking with a knife Mr and Mrs L C King of Hubble visited J M Cress and wife Miss Katherine Payne of Lebanon Junc tion who so very kindly acts as organ tat at the Baptist church during the revival Is highly complimented for such excellent music Mr William Naylor and wife visited Mr and Mrs 0 Gastlneau In Garrard Mr P F Kennedy and wlUVjerei visiting Rev Sprinkles and ttiektly at Rowland John Keunedy tirade qs business trip to Mt Vernon I Local Option Case I OF IMPORTANCEDECIDED BY I APPELLATE COURT The court of appeals this week decided an important phase of what constitute e a sale of lipugr In i al op lion district when it reversed Judg ment of the Mercer circuit court In the cane of the Conjmonwea ett against W A Bottom and DeWitt Bonta t f Lawreniwltg The liquor I wall oidMid 9 + tuUiihcnc and by letter to be sent to cert dn parties In HarI bylIxprllthe motley for Bottom or fur loath wlo was Bottoms bartender Bonta and Bottom wero Indicted for selling whisky in n local option dls trlc grid their attorney contended that sale of the whisky was made In Lawrenceburg and not In Halt h burg but the court here says that thin case Is different from the ono where liquor I Ill shipped in a bona tide way by u cl110n carrier into a local op tion dKeU on a bona fide order The case of Owen Turpln against the Commonwealth from Rockcastlo was reversed by the Court of Appeals because of errors committed by the attorney In saying to the jury that one of Its members had been fixed and other similar expressions Tur pin was convicted by the Jury of voluntary manslaughter ahd now he gets a third trial Von Allman Wepf POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE WED HERE THIS WEEK VonAllmanI I 0111IJDldating Mr Wepf Is a prominent young business man of Tracey Tenn EmiliVonAUman where she AllIwiiiextend wishes lor their complete happiness rFOOT BALL SATURDAY The Stanford High School foot ball UteamThis will be a hard fought game as the teams are pretty well matched al though the D D has tbe advantage of our boys In weight As the ground on which they will play is not level it can readily be seen that Stanton will be nandfcapeM D would not come here and rather thfin have no game our boys elected to beard the lion In his den A NOTABLE MOVEMENT At the annual synods of the Presby terian church of Kentucky meeting Harrodsiburewill be appointed to cooperate wltb the work of the American Federation of churches as also served recently by other church boules In Kentucky and the nation The Presbyterian denomi nation In the Wilted States holding organic relation to the Federation as organized at Philadelphia 1908 The Federation Is one of the signs of the times a united league for abatement of vice and crime enlargement of gospel fellowship Joint action and conference for enforcement of law In every community new Initiatives for removal of Ignorance and Illiteracy better conscience for social needs and civic reforms kindly care and ser vice for needy and dependent joint work for betterment of foreign immigration population in the United States fraternal greetings for the national organization will be present ed by Pr K H Pearce of the National Executive Committee THE DEMON OF THE AIR is the germ of la grippe that breathed in brings suffering to thousands Its after effects are weakness nervous ness lack of appetite energy and am 1ldiIlleyspurifier and regulator of thestomoch Ilverand Kidneys Thousands have proved that they have wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore health and codd spirits after an attack of Grip If suf feriB Qnljv52 cents Per feet satisfaction guaranteed by Pen eye Drug Store r MANY CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES r INDICATIONS ARE THAT WOODS WILL BE FULL OF THEM SOME MENTIONED News comes from the West End that Hon M F North who represented Lincoln county In the legislature a number of terms Is being urged by many of his friends to make the race for the democratic nomination for MrNorthhis mind to run and will soon begin II to prosecute an active canvass it U said V Considerable speculation is being Indulged In as to the candidates for a number of county offices for the next terms Much Interest seems to center in the race for the sherltta office Those most prominently men tioned as candidates for the next democratic nomination are MSBaugh wan T J Hill B AV Olvens S M Owens and J C Bailey Prospective candidates for other of ices said to be lu king over the field and some very Interesting races promise to be pulled off before the bell taps I J Lancaster The pupils of toe graded scbool themonU 10thlandD9 There Is an enrollment now of2S5 pupils thepubliccounttyburg Mrs Doty Is a frequent visitor here and Is quite a bright young CoptiFriends and relatives of Judge H thathestreet car accident that befell him In Cincinnati last week as was first reported While he is quite bay bruised and may o disabled for some weeks it Is thought he will be himself again and will be brought home SaturdayMr S RIddlcburgen has sold his one third interest 19 the Garrard Mil ling Co to Mr F G Hunt The linn being now Gregory Champ and Hurt Milling company On Monday afternoon at the rest dence of the brides parents Jtr and MM Wm Asklns of BuenaiVfsta their andIC0 officiating The newly wedded pair left at once for tile boraVbf the groom accompanied by many good wishes At Preston Becks sale In flower Garrard horses sold from 125 to 17C aIingpair milk cows from ISO to 70 corn form 12 to 225 farming Implements brought good pricesriv libII were Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian church at this place Rev C 1C Brown performing tbe ceremony The newly wedded pair left at once for the home of the groom accompani ed by many good wishes Lancaster U having some new con crete crossings made C A Robinson bought 16 head of cattle from James Clark at I3G5 per hundredMrs Nora Scrivener of Cynthiana is the guest of Mr aud Mrs J W Sweeney R G Ward of Cincinnati has been a recent visitor In Lancaster Miss Annie Herndon is In Lexington visiting Mr and Mrs Leslie Herndon Mrs Joan flail has returned from a volt to her daughetr Mrs Bokbn Campbell ot Stanford Mesdames WThornton Rice and George Ballou have returned to Richmond after a visit to Mrs Edna Francis and faml 1 Dr WG Klnnaird left last weeK to again enter the medical school In Louisville Miss Maud Forbes of De troit Mich Is the guest of Miss Susla Hilton Miss Margaret Shugars is la Lexington visiting friends Mrs J- W Pumphrey U at home after visit lug In Kansas Indiana and Ohio Mesdames Mottle and Fred P Friable left Tuesday October 11th for the State U D C Convention in Louis ville Mr R L Elklu and Mrs Mil + Med Beazley are upon tae sick list Mrs Jotel of WlUlamstown Is the guest of Mrs Bourne 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL KHIDAY OCTOUEH 14Uir 1910 f JTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 IIVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEYPubllhtr Entered at the Post Office at Stan lord Ky at Second Close mall POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A Hardin as candidate for Circuit Judge of th Thirteenth Judicial district at the election to be held November 1911 subject to the action ot the Demo The Frankfort News come abutUng into our little discussion with the Dan vllle Advycate over me troops at the trial and observes as usual our friend Saufley tried to divert attention from the main Issue He ac cured the Advocate of trying ta currey favor wIth the new circuit judge to txt the Master Commissioners print tug We usually judge others by what we would do ourselves under similar circumstancesWell have misjudged the Advocates motives In the premises but If our esteemed Frankfort con telporary bad been Involved he would have surely hit the nail square on the head We happened to know t that the News has moved heaven and earth for the past two years trying t to get Circuit Judge Robert L Stout to give it a slice or the Master Com missioners printing in Franklin coun ty which the State Journal has al ways enjoyed So far we havent noticed that the News has succeeded as the little boy said In sucking In with theJudge ns yet The Lancaster Record in this Is sue come out for the direct plan of nominating which the Interior Journal suggested a few weeks ago Th primary Is the fairest method of nomi hating candidates for olllces and Ken tucky should have the direct primary law by which every man no matter now poor may have the chance to run for office if his friends want him to Keep up the good work The appointment of George L Pen ny for chairman ot the campaign committee Is a splendid one Lincoln county democrats should rally to the standard of Mr Helm and see that their congressman is given the largo fit majority on record in his home county GOOD NEWS Many Stanford Readers Hays Hearo It and Profited Thereby Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers In Stanford are glad to learn that prompt relief is within their reach Many a lame weak and aching back is bad no more thanks to Moans Kidney Pills peopleareremedyHere streetLancaster thanDonns kida soe organs were scan fortunateIto my attention and getting a box1 began their use hTey relieved me quickly and In return fo rtho benefit I received I am willing that my name should be used In endorsing them My 1ddeeytroublea trial For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents FosterMllbara Co Buffalo N StatesRemembertake no other JaJt6 City Mr Fred Cook of Stanford is now night operator at Shelby City Mrs Robertson and children ot Brutnfleld are visiting her brother Mr Ellis Preston aMr and Mrs J Z Faulcp r of Lex ington are the guests of nor sister Mre Ed Sweney Rev J Z Montgomery of Liberty filled the pulpit of Rev Wyatt Mont gomery at the Christian church Sun dayMiss Fannie Sparks whose mother died last week resumed her place In the Moreland school Wednesday the 12th Miss Myrtle Morgan one of the eighth grade pupils taught tho young pupils during her six days absence Mrs Baileys two sisters from Science Hill have been her guests the past week Mrs Kate Coovert spent Friday at Mllledgeville at tho bedside of her Btpfather Mr Benjamin Gresham I The street fair left us Sunday after an unprofitable week here Sea and car sickness vomltong of weak stomach from over indulgence In food or drink nil are quickly cured with Mlona stomach tablets G L Penny guarantees them Loge box 60 cents PPileor Style Clothes There Are A Few Persons In 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 corp ing our way And if you havnt been fitted out from our stock let us ask a visit right now Dont put off selecting until the last minut 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 th time drop in WE PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky I was 0 C Y J THE Honeymooners For LaughingPurposes Only Stanford Opera House Saturday Night- OCTOBER 15 Seats on Sale at Shugars Tanners drug store Notice Y We have a saw mill for sale whib 40horsepower bailer 30 b p Bgtee a new saw mlll for sale V4 cart balance IB two four and six aoatts with good notes Kings Moeatau a Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky A tealtlllaltevlftarleie iasad yo M Fe weak BCTVOTW meai utt weea Every bttie ffaaraatecC Gel s1 II Y DRHOAGS PENNYS DRUG STOREI SAVED FROM GRAVE nearly vere lung trouble writes Mrs M 1 Dlx of Clarksrillo Tenn Often the pain in my chest would be almost unbearable and I could not do any Work but Dr Kings New Discovery has made me feel like anew person Its best medicine made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup bronchitis and hemorrhages hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine Try it 60c and 1 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store STIRRING TIMES we are having In the building line- We carry a full line of lime plaster cement and everything else needed for building Everything purchased here will be found of the best quail ty and the host for intended purposes We will save you trouble and unnecta sary expense by sending to us for an estimateJ ALLEN Stanford Ky Public Sale Having sold our farm two miles east of Crab Orchard on l lx River known as the 0 P Nowlund farm wetwl- ll offer for sale publicly on Thursday October 13 the following described property 1 pair of fouryearold work mules I cum jlllu uin f wuri roar Yalu fool by jack 1 brood mare with twin mule colts with foal by jack 1 mule two years old 2 2yearold hon 1 yearling horse 13 yearling cmttte 1 lat cow and two calves o 60pounJ hogs and 2 llpoond hogs 10 barrels of torn Household and kitchen furniture and other thms5 s too numerous to mentionSaleT ro begins nt 10 oclock Col M II Johnson Auctioneer BOBBINS BROS J C McClary eleOffice Phone 17 Home Phone 35 BD CARTERNew Liver Depot Street Phone 96 TANFOMD KENTUCKY 1 HARNESS ON A HORSE should be made sons to give him per feet comfort We carry everything required In harness and horse goods but only the best and most reliable lines If you need harness for farm wagon or for a racing sulky you will get the best of Its kind at J C McCLARY Stanford Ky REAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over agpln In lessened doctpta 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 Hare us do your plumbing We have the know howW K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky HI BB Northcott I LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Eggs 1819C liens 1 10llc Fryers 1110 Turkeys JM3c Ducks 78c Roosters per Ib 55 v C JUdas per Ib 7c Feathers 1 jIoc LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today f- orJlens9 12 to lee Ksss 19c Springers 11 to 11 3 2c l2C1Turkeys Hides 6 12 to 7c Feathers 15 to 43c Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick en Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce Phone 20 YOUCAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J H Baughman Co IFell An Winter Suitings My new fall nnd winter samples ore now ready for your Inspection They comprise the best on the market 1 can suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferabl- to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cos any more than ready made wnea quality and nt fa mmtftunt fieta and tot IM te FW mmm L a Bsiie7 w frMtlwl Tatter 10 UNDERWEAR 000ooQ000 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 otherIline we carry improves each son andDrawers t 1 fo bed garment also a Soft Fleeced one at 50c The wellknown aridIJustly popular Wrights Wool Fleeced- at I 1 per garment WRIGHTS and COOPERS medium weight Bal t brigan Just the thing for this sea son of the year at 1 per garment ROYAL SILK PLUSH i The nicest underwear in all worldnever scratches never thetnever draws up in the t 150 the garment r 1inPlush at 3 the suit We want to show you these garments H J McRoberts G L Penny II lIt Coflcy R R Coleman choo1 Sup lias For the Kindergarten for the High School for all grades We have the SCHOOL SUP PLIESneededStationery Pencils Pens Rulers Tablets Books Fit the children out satisfactorilyfit them out here and save money PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky JLBeazleyCo DndortiRera and Embalm ors Also Dealers in Fur nituro MattingsRuga They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In end Manufacturer of Marble and Ctanlto Monu monts Marker and Poets Demeter and Law Valet and Settees Office and works Me Kinney Ky- CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE aseai all kinds bulbi potted Dowers on abort wreatbetla eosecetlon with the shore I have all klndiletT ctablei OB fcand at reasonable Dnoa O11F1I9T1IAriGitlNOU8i48XDAvpqwan o1astrd X1 RIBBLEiw A Fiiruitnre and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 183 1 f Stanford Kantty y- CONCRETING We aId in petition to dn nil kind ot con creting luon as Work 1arementi romhoua yon promptly nnd guarantee art cinss prlcelbPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky When Hungry GOTO Canons Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K Neal served at all hours up to 2130r w- Rest plate la wn for a good quick meal Rooking to suit our outomereoaupeclalt7 Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Uot potTee tjandwlcbei pleXBat f mllk and fwwt milk tcatall time weAl CARTON Pji I J j r i I 1trS FRIDAY OCTOBER HUT Ul10 I THE ANEORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL ls s n07 r dlI Irv w LADIES SWEATERS tOp to 300 GIRLS SWEATERS 8100 to 200 BOYS SWEATERS 50C to 100 AMERICAN LADY CGRSETS New Stock of all blzcs Just in 100 to 300 NEW IJERSIAN SILKS for Waists 100 tottjyardt trIt C th I 1 I i SEVERANCE SON Stanford Keutucky1 useiItore 4 rMf f PERSONAL NOTES JMrs J W JIuUjbMon U In Owcnton toTjn wilt of ten Sv M L Myers and Miss Jennie JIra are visiting Lexington friends Mr Tunics M Druce Is gradually I Improving his friends will be glad to know t J D Willis son of Col and Mrs J B Willis of Crab Orchard Springs who suffered n paralytic stroko this t V week Is somewhat Improve stir Lettle May MellooerU rue of tre most uttracllTo cello of Limeus f ter and MUj Ficldt of Texas were here for a sUnrt time tits week i J 8 Rite Is confined to his home with Illncis and Qcorco B Murrli came over from Lancaster Tnurtday to relieve him nt the depot Mr liur rja was driven over by Louis Jill In- bist i auto f Miss Etta and Ruth Myers the handsome and attractive daugthers of Mr and Mrs John Myers of 11- 1r Iwlgevllle were the guests of Harrods burg friends last week V UT Clifton Kowlnr vaa served wjla 1 fa fainting spell whlJo sUrUnij to town I Thusday and had to tie taken home I A physician was sum noncd and It I 1s oat belleud tho will prove setuaui 8 T Harris went to Lexington Thursday 10 see the trotters go Misses Sue and SalHo TaYlor Woods visited in Lexington thiq week ounty Attorney W S Durch has tHen oathealck list for several days Mlmiprence Truencart baa returned Jieme alter several months ataynUrHunlingtcn W Vaand vis iting nt other points Mesvrs E S and C M Spoonamore and Mrs S B Hlattare visiting their sister Mrs A Ji Ovcrstreet ut Wll more Mr T N Aldridge who has been laid up with n sprained ankle for the past several weeks was able to be out Tuesday He spent Wednesday at his homo In New Albany Ind Mr Shelton SnuMuj has been III fir several days with a au cro of tcimllltla 1 7 Kmbry Is rcnfltifil to his home vth that threatens to be an it pneumonia W T Saunders who has hcn With his tons Walter and Miller Saundcrs ut Uoaumont Texan for tl past two years is here for a short stay James T Mencfee was hero for a short visit to hit parents Wednes day LexlnstonIthllwastbQ guest of Mrs J O McAllstcr while there The Danviilu Messenger has this account of a beautiful reception given thereThe recepUon given by airs John B Nichols and Mm Logan Wood FrI- day afternoon was a brilliant affair and went ort with great eclat Tb4 house was beautifully decorated wl terns palms dahlias and with IU per teanent uecorauon or painting and ricu hangings presented a handsome appearance The dining room was feature of admiration The rich mahogany table was spread with a Mexi can embroidered cloth and in the can ter was a handsome silver cup filled with red dahlias Mrs Nichols looked superb in a red messallne with lace trimmings and Mrs Woods was greatly admired In a blue voile with cream lace At the red docked coffee table Mrs Thomas Jackson in pale pink crepe de chine and Mrs Wood In white silk were doing the honors Assisting In the varous rooms were Mesdomes Yates Hudson John Chest nut Clarence Tate Eliza Itogers T L Blaney John M Mount Lancat ler Bessie W Peters ad Misses Nan McDowell Virginia Durlmm Lula Mao Bruce Clara Lee Sara Logan and Mary McDowell A very delicious collation WAS served and compliments concerning It wore quite In order The guests wero gowned with unusual taste Some ISO guests called Mrs Nichols and Mira Wood were admlr I1 Copyright HUt Sclutlncr t Marx YOULL find here in our store the greatest earthof good clothes more first prize winners than anywhere else all the highclass thorough bred styles and you canjust as well take a first premium as n ot Hart Schaffner MarxJ new styles new coloring new allwool fabrics perfect tailoring let us show you howwell we can fit YOU in these perfect clothes Suits 1750 ts 40 Overcoats15 to 3500 Cummins Weareni STANFORD KENTUCKY THIS STORE 18 THE HOME OF HA ftT tCHAFFNEn AMAHX CLOTHES yL New Arrivals Every day brings some New Goods to our store Look to your right and left for some the of lat est iiI hosulje8 nod unGentand tattle nicety of a point the art ol giving pleasure to their guests Mr Bianham lieazley who has been lsltlng aip sister Mrs J B Baugh wan et yesterday for hU home In San An tlo Texas Mr Waite Dunr and tudo have returned from their bridal tcur and bnvo taken rooms will Mr nod Mrs Ike Dinn on the cornci of rciii nrsd Hroadwny Danville neeatm tt Mrs W T Davis of Plnevllle who has pent several days with her broth ers W U and J At McCarty return home today Mr J W Lunsford tells us that a 1O pound boy arrived at his home yea terday morning lie Is already yell ling for the dernocraUc party said the fatherHon Charles A HardIn who was a candidate for Circuit Judgo was here Monday Court day mixing with his many friends and receiving much en couragement Mr John Owsley Held who Is tour the State with a party of friends In his 17 passenger automobile ran Into Danville to the Beta Theta Pi fraterl ty Initiation Tuesday night He left yesterday for Lexington Mr Reid Is nn old C U graduate and has many friends here Danville Advocate Mrs J IL Murphy and little son of Celina Tex has arrived to be with her parents Mr and Mrs T J Hill Mr Murphy has rented toe A U Root farm near Turnersville and upon his return from Texas In about six weeks will take charge of It The friends ot this popular couple will welcome them back to Gods country SHORT LOCAL NEWS Wedding presents at W H Mud furs Boy wanted bev agesof 14 and It W H Mueller yFound Wwk derby hat sold by Cummins ak fte rcii This office Six par cent penalty II on your tk hues NotIhatter pay before then p D Carter Collector For SaleFiTe room cottage and all nocowarjr outbuildings welt fenced Apply to Dud Holderraan Wanted to borrow f1800 on good security This office 643 Wanted a salesman for this and surrounding counties with n firstclass lino of furnishing goods notions and pants David Ades Lexington Ky- For Sale BrlcR nouse 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 vlllq avenue Apply to Harvey Helm For pale privately my home on East Mom Street Mrs 1 B Cook Stan ford Kentucky Sheriff W 1 MoQorty will be In Huetonvillo Saturday Oct 15 from s A M to 4 P M for the purpose of collecting axes Deputy T S Ret nolds will the tAXes for the Wfeynpsburg magisterial district at WaYlwllburp He will have all roads claims due residents of that magis terial district and pay et the tlroo payments ot taxes me iiideI The niovtar lNebwhich hats teen operettMag in tics opera house moves Unity M the tlwatortum oppo aide Horume restaurant where snows wIlt be rah sack night A cotaaUtof representative Stanford mm will go to Louisville next week to take up the matter or a new depot with the L N officials Marshal 1 T IJerron of Lancaster accompanied by W 0 Laud thin city went to Alt Vernon orI Jay to purchase from 0 to 7i loads 9f rock which wttl be placed on Lnncaators streets Harry Jacobs tneMcKlnney monu wont man who has built up a silun did business all through this section Is preparing to move to Stanford to make his home and open up his large monument works Mr Jacgbs Is pro gressive and n hustler and will be cordially welcomed here Dra J G Carpenter and W F pickle will lecture nt thee Christian church at Hubble next Sunday after noon at 230 olcock Five Jars of pathological specimens will be exhibited at that time Wm Do of Cedar Creek died Wednesday night of typhoid fever He Id survived by his wile and four children all grown He came to this county several yiVro ago from Rock castle He was about 5G years of age J and a strict member of the church of Christ atteattbat goodguearad neighborbe wan a V1 F 4 A CADET HOSIERY Vor Men Women Girls andBoyi Evefjrpifcr guaranteed Price all sizes 25c MISS NEW YORK PETTICOATS All prices Satten and SEr 1 to 10 They have no equal Silks from 500 up guaranteed wearNEW SCHOOL SHOES The Kind That Wear Look Welt nc Treat Your Pocket Book Well visitor attack attack attack collect The tax booksCrabOrchard graded school are now reaay and taxes are due The penalty will go on Nov 1 The books will always be at the DnoklngCompanyTreasurer 608 The only true constipation cure roust begin Its soothing healing action IIstersJWckyvhole system to a healthy normal con dition 35 cents Tea or Tablets Sold by Sbugars Tanner Assistant FireMarshal T M Cardwell of Harrodsburg was here this week Investigating the recent flrcn which have occurred at Rowland He also went to Turnersvllle to look Intcrifhe causes of the blazes which de ed Lutes Bros store It is at request of the Insurance companies that the fire marshal makes these In vestigations Salesman wanIrd totook after our nItlea r Rev J sj Dickey WtaJ preach xt r RariyadixSprinkles GrelKogtr1 x meeting at May wood Clarence son a wvlMfaowx t young negro was arreste TtmraOtq yerWdrinkfrom thecaeh register about jit role N 63Aceythere late at night noticeui cnftei tint back door had been left opyatL gt Ing In shortly after Johns w iadlSfK found that the register had KaAt tulleClI- tem J criJvIngTtonclowcfWifflDwC buccesslul meeting at tho Jt Gn1as church last Saturday ire uayttzmf + six converts in Cedar Creels oa Syday afternoon At the cowililKcAxresff the service there was an cUKnatilam od hand staking members o11 atC Js nomination present JoinhtgVne tEeG general Christian love east whlcC was Indeed soul inspiring w Tickling in the Throaf I Just a little tickling in the throat Is that wfiaffroubleV you But It hangs on Cant get rid oft Hotrteret edies dont take hold You need something stronger r YlPectoralties of the highest order Ask your doctor about tfiti No alcohol in this cough medicine CAgerCol weTMt1 ConUipatlon positively prevents good health Then why allow It to costimts An active livertsagrutpreventlveofdUeaie Ayer Pill are liver pill Wbatdoesywdoctersgf I O e J r SEE OUR LINE OF t t HEATING w ZJ iiSjO ES fr g ETC 3 s t Frr-W H HIGG1NSStanford Kentucky lvyrW F W GLLOLM Tin M Sj O C o i M dtaag u G u IL R Hugluea T W Humble W O MaitV I fc Dress goof Ii ij1JWe i ful line of New Wool Goods in black and colors in the isergescloth Also the newest and largest assortment of trimmings 1 we have ever shown in AllJo overs Braids Persian bands and buttons Call and see uss beforebuyingHUGHES COy JfyGoods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY 11 L Lw J L 1 THE STANFORD KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY OCTOBER UUI 1910 t Every Woman hooking wt FOF a Tailored Suit Can Find What She Wants Here Our buyer has just returned from his second trip this sea son to the New York marketa trip made necessary our unprecedentedly large sales in Readyto Wear this nand while there secured a big assortment ofen f tirely new and novel effects in Ladies and Misses Tailored Suits Coats Dresses and Persian Waists Late styles that I are now being shown for the first time and at prices much Mower than prevailed earlier in the season Prices range from 12 15 20 25 2850 35 u- pio5O More than 600 suits now in stock and a fullex 4presswagoii load to open today A great many single sample Suits were picked up on our buers recent trip to New Yori which insures individuality in Style fur alteration departmentnow in direct connection with Our ReadytoWear departmentis in charge of Mrs Roacha Ladies tailor of wide experience who has as sociated with her Mrs Moore and Miss Hoover also experts lnJills line In every way we have planned to make this the most IheljxM ReadytoWear Store in Central Kentucky And ciliceit is the busiest we mnst have succeeded Come in and see the new arrivals in Coats Raincoats jBresses Tailored Suits Separate Skirts WaistsParty Dresses aad Kimonas You will be welcome whether you con jitemplate a purchase or not WELSH WISEMAN CO Danville Ky tad and water best of Weal o do hitch an feed Food in are A turns with the in other kinds as a result of It meat cwta slaw has a coffee etc cutter us show SALE H FARRIS KY = NOTICE till Ie district court of the United the Eastern district of matter of Clarence jiS Slppfe of Sale on jrlfcr tvfciue of an order entered by J W referee tn the etyl yl case I as trustee of same meR the 22nd dty r A D 1910 between the 10 oclock a no and 3 oclock- j JD eon the being 02 acres I land situated In Lincoln aaunty on the waters of tOWflB river the Denham eSursn and lying near the of expose to public ie Ue 4 In hand the above otlandjogether wit t W7r v c w x SUr xr itbawt r If you have anything to sell in the STOCK JC 11 toI Nunnelleys New He buytand sel 8 every the year oa your stock Best in the State with plenty of crvered pen outside Louisville or Lexington 5TAN5ORD KY general business ffiamond Edge Food Cutters wBbo I that we say not macer nor but Cutter cuts the food as as of scissors cuts AIt Edge is so carefully adjusted tfaat the toughest tendons meat cut clean Diamond Cutter probably half this clean yfinciple cuts into sausage shreds also pulverizer attachment for mt grinding pepper The fastest raaade Let you FOR BY GEORGE gtataofor in the fcrttco Bankruptcy Sftsoder above Saturday o- fthteYo premises Kentucky adjoining pdstofflce Kentucky rW ktghcbt t1Itld4- ertWlI described t9lnattar parcel Take Stock Yards dayIn except Sunday Bring market fotice Food Cutters food ators choppers Cutters The Diamond Edge Food actually a pair paper jDunmul Cutter iESae Food exertion cutting repaired cocoanut making stutter STANFORD fcKejtucky Bankrupt fluUfEaS Sfna clean nineteen acres of land adjoining same now owned by Clarence J Blpple the bankrupt above named and als one half Interest In the growing crop upon the said land Given under my hand this the 19th day of Algust 1910 It A DYCHB Trustee FRUIT AND iSHADE TREES f J EvtSythInjjfor5Orchard Laws and Garden i Write for Prep Catalogue tyo Agents H F HILLENMEYER cI SONS Lexington Kentucky FARM FOR SALE 2X1 acres 2 12 miles southeast ol Hustonvllle known as the Dennett Cloyd farm GOacres In wheat stubble remainder In graNiwell Improved aad a fine stock farm will sellatta bargain A W Carpenter Morelnnd i kY JJJc G rRrr rr r r o4 Large Stock Of RUGS AND DRUGGETS IN NEWEST DESIGNS r rNEW FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY I BIG LOT NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE HANDLED SEP ARATELY UNDERTAKING STOCK FULL AND COMPLETE I IIGEO B PRUITT Morelnnd Ky r rrr aauaaa raaj THE CALL OF THE BLOOD for purification finds voice In pimples bolls sallow complexion a jaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the shinall signs of liver trouble Rat Mr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy chcz flea complexion aeslth Try them 25 cents at Pennys Drug Store Public Saleand RentingH- aving 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 marc gentle 1 brood mare by Enoch Arden 1 4yearold mare by Gallon 1 3ycnr old filly by Dignity Dare 9 tattle 28 heep 3 goods Jennets 1 Jack col extra good 6 mulesone 3yearold three 2yearolds 2 yearlings Also lot of corn fodder etc surrey buggy buckboard harness and milk cow- sRENTINGAt the same time I wll rent my farm of 180 acres mile west of Moreland It has an necessary Im prov mt 5 or six acres for tobac co 27 acres for corn 68 acres for small grain remainder in grass J 1 ChanillPr Auctioneer Terms given on day of sale J J SPEARS More land Ky I w ir r rar rrr rst B EUREKA PORTRAIT CO BJ I Makes a Incorporated specialty of nil kinds of portraits in oil sepla crayon pastel India ink and water col I 1 ors highclass work guaranteed Ve are prepared to frame pic j descriptionUPrlce5redonabl THE FARMERS For Sale2 large steers and 15 cal Yea JS Moberly McKlaney 634 Plain ninehole wheat drill good as new Ier sale Ch P W P Logan Let metinBure your batas and to bacco W A Triable For SaloA wall improve of 20 acres sear ML Salem arnI hold and kitchen furniture stock an tanning tools P H Woodson lifti Salem Ky 491IFor SaloA tow thoroughbred Du roc Jersey boag pig April farm Price reasonable T J Durham Crab Orchard Phone 131 598 For Rent About 17 acres of good fall grass Mrs Martha V Kirby 651 For Sale75 700 to 900 pound yearling and oyenrold steers W A Coffey McKinney 62p For SIlIeJt1 head of 900lb steer cattle Can be seen Tin J A RobIn sons furm For prices call on or write C T potion Lebanon C54p Fur Salty25 good young owes and ono buck moat of them pure brtd Bhropshlrea J Frank Smith Box 84 Stanford Ky- Strayed or stolen from my pasturo on Dlx river a small steer weighing 600 or 700 pounds Anyone giving Information as to hi arecovery wll bo rewarded Frank Cordlcr CG2 At tho sale of J B Bryan on hu Danvlllo pike Thursday a good crow was present and everything sold big Mules went at 140 a mare at 103 another 73 milk cow sJBO yearling cattle fY7 hogs IS vents n pouni Coi J P Chandler cried the sale Livingston Cooper one of the mot prominent citizens of Wayne count nnd for ninny years a valued lubi scriber of tile I J has moved to thpl Moroland section whore ho buoght a rifle farm of 42 acre for which ro laid about Jjoon lit will be cordial I welcomed aa a resident of Lin coir At tho sate or Q C Rose at Marco IUM a bunch of brood sows sold at irlces ranging from J36 to 50 perI ond and 27 lead of 100 pound told at 12 n pound A team of carting mules sold tor 350 sail another pair at 33 and mule colts brought rom 75 to lOll A pair of aged mules sold readily for N50 and nu uferior tenm at S65 Cattle brought rom J4SO to 5 per hundred Farm lug Implements brought good prune ivorythtng sold readily Money wall ilontlful and bidding was spirited T M IJroen the great horse owned by Col N Prewitt and Senator It I Hubble won the second race nt rhurchhlll Downs Wednesday The take was worth 5dO EstrayLarge Poland China boar homemade ring In nose Notify M S Jaughtrmn Mtenton Tobacco grower Dont- hll to attend the tobacco meeting at court house Saturday Oct 15 130 Some of our leading farmers are tak Ing special Interest In this meeting CINCINNATIMARKETS Cincinnati Oct UCatUelttc- elpts 768 market stow and weak air to goodahlppprn 550vi5 common 250at4 hogs UeceliM is44 market strong iogtoc higher butH rB and shippers 9100930 common 3885 Sheep receipt 1077 mar ckt steady 25 Lambs Market Iteadr 3256690 INCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 100 acres In line shape crop goes with Better come quick J M Itey DolLIs Waynesburg FOR SALE PRIVATELY This 200 acre farm of virgin soil Is fur sale privately In the next 31- days Location C miler from Stanford and 3 unJA form iMnvi on till anforJ and Danville iik with 1 6000 brick dwelling with xood bPJ- and other oat houota and rear schoolhouse and a Rood ntlghliorhooI arms reasonable For further tn rnmtlon write T P Chancier Stan Cord Ky R F D No I Box 23 I rri rPOSTED I RtThe hunting eeaeIa M early everyone wants to post his place rhe charge Is 25 cents cash with name E U Denham DC Allen OF HUSTONVILLF WILL LEAVi TUESDAY FOR TEXAS WHERE HE WILL LIKELY SPEND THE WINTER Allen of Hustonville left Tues trfor San Antonio Texas where he- will spend the winter He till nmkc the trip over the Queen liT Cnwcenl HOllte going by vay of New Orlennr Special home scetcerj rates are now ting made by this road effective the tlrst and third Tuesdays In each month the foundtrip tare from More ll1Ud to San Antonio being S37 These home s eke tickets Are fciwd for 2i days and permit of liberal atop over privileges on tho going trip The winter tourist excursion rates vlll be conlt effective next Saturda and tickets will be on sale dally Tho price or winter tourist tlnknU for the round trip will be 5140 and are good until the first of June 1911 Attorney Chen uult Huseley trod his mete Mr Jacob lugeley of DanvlltIWYC Jifi ic turned from a trip to Houston and oaenborg Texaa havln made the trip vlaSt Louts in conversation with a reporter the Messrs Huxeley say that the only Ideal Vay to Mach Texas Is over tliii Queue Crescent route by tho WilY uf JUt v Urlcnus Tbls is the way they usually to Jol c- trio lighted warner obRurvaiion and dining cars cotoblrie to Bud comfort +if U t et + +axwM The Crossett ShoeJ Whenit conies to dress wear Crossett Shoes are what you want We have every style lastIand color i Work Shoes SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky IiBuy your Childrens School 8 getIw M I pair w ctfJlf I SANDERS ar Crab Orchard Kentucky msss rllt A BODY BUILDER rot TStICELLS ATO TISSUES A rOWEinii STRENGTH FRODUC IMO RECONSTRUCTION FOR TIE StOOD AND KERVOU3 SYSTEM A ibid ForcfasMd TrfiT Slut Tro Ilfhl sa tb Rsl is Bean Guaranteed to Give Satis faction er Maney Refunded SOLD BY PENNYS UKUU STORE WORSE THAN BULLETS Kulleta have often caused lose suf faring to soldiers than eczetnn L W Harriman Burlington Me got In tho army and suffered with forty years But Duckltns Arnica Salve cured me when alt else failed he writes Great eat healor for sores Ulcers Boils Burns Cuts Wounds Urulios and Piles 25 cents at Pennys Drug Store Then to son CaUnk to thU tetUm ol Uu coua trr Sku all other dtKMe Q tactthrr sod until U ha I H yewt WM uppoed to be totur bl For a 1- adoctor Droaoanced ti a loot duet aa4 loch eedle1d by couuatlr tiara best trrttment prooounc n lotunbl Bctnc kM prorea CUrtk to b IItMM M4 tlKTtlM nttlnt eoutitutioul Main Calirtb BUUtMtorvd by r J CXtmn a co Tokda =l uI only CoMUtvtlout ewe oe th mukit It U Ukta m do from It drop to I tepoorul Uactlb lb blood eed moeou nrtur y ooti af- lbsdel ooun ur tar aM It tU W ewe bead tnmoatiuAadna CO Toledo OYIs Bold b Ha TaU aouiur PUll tee oouUtaUGe A RELIABLE MEDICINENOTAN ARCOTIC Oet the genuine Folcys Honey and Tar In tile yellow package It Is safe and elfective Contains no opiates Refuse substitutes Shugars and Tan net FARM FOR SALEI 80 acres tying 1 12 miles weal of Highland a good cottage and outhouses barn etc G fields fenced about 35 acres In cultivation plenty of water Reason lor selling outfaot- ante t war farm Price rearon atileQ tJAS A KING tiOS 0- kw d + r And medium weight We have a line the best made from hand sewed to a machine made We have the Inpestructablc Shoe I for the farm we absolutely guarantee If not good money rerandeq or a new pair Ask your neighbor L L M TtNIC tauruHy that FOR MORE THAN THREE DE CADES Foley Honey and Tar has been a household favorite for coughs colds and aliments of the throat chest and limps Coutalns no opiates Shugars and Tanner Here is a Remedy That iWill Cure Eczema IWE PROVE IT 1 IWhy waste time ana money experi with greasy salvos And laI tloni trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin whoa I tho druggist at the drug store guar i antees ZKMO a clean liquid prepara Ida10Cbottle Is sufficient to cure a minor I case of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities In iVmerlca the leading druggist kal- I the agency for ZBMO and ho will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this cSsss Staple treatment ZKMu I s recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema pimples dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether an Infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommendation Pennys drug store r Public Sale of Hustwilk PCapertyr 1 Having other property la Hustoa vllle I will on- Saturday Nov 5th 1910 sell the following described real estate Ono twostory frame house with 18 rooms arranged so that two families can live in It two back yards one extra nice vacant building lot oat extra largo twostory ham a good livery barn 2 large sheds 2 lasting wells one back lot Tblq property is well fenced and inLgood repair has aU outbuildings neCea nary and Is situated on Slain and Col logo streets one square from very fine graded school one square from the Christian church one square from Baptist church and two squares from Presbyterian church and Is In a splendid neighborhood- I wilt also soil one Curtis Ueld glassfront carriage as good as new two good high wheel sulkies two phaetons one two horre driving cart one Hancock disc plow and 500 or 600 gales of No1 kayo Sale begins promptly at two oclockM Terms made known on day of sale For other particulars address by phone or otherwise D 8 CARPENTER Hustonvllle Ky