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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14th, 1910 -- No. 68 STEWART CHANDLER New Department ADDED TO CITV SCHOOL WORK A FAiiOLTY ITGITAL J ACTIVE CAMPAIGN TO BRING OUT VOTE NOTED PERSONAGE DIES IN EAST END - Local Option Case OF IMPORTANCE APPELLATE DECIDED COURT. BY MANY CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES --- SHOT FROM AMBUSH I ' 1 INDICATIONS ARE THAT WOODS 'BEARDY" SMITH WA3 VERSAPENNY APPOINTED UNKNOWN AS3AS8INS MAKE AT. M.n ltorta .Jen Penny ;im tKen GEORGE L. The couit of appeals this week deTILE PENMAN OTHER DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN WILL BE FULL OF THEM TEMPT ON LIFE Of EA3T Stun-orcided nn Important phase ol what rlrrted to t"i ii .loin III 'he NEW NEWtJ CHAIRMAN SOME "MENTIONED." END LAO. a sale of llpuor In .P$?al op Graded Scbifii. She la amr-lequipped ha.'.M at'ili'il u'ii. district when ft reversed Judg rrearher-i!le- , Democratic State Campaign ChairNews comes from the West End that 0:t i' tion J. K. II Stunrt Chandler, aged 17 under Mra til- ".Wlier nt the Col ' "' "' "lleardy" Smith aged about 70 yenra man Allle V. Young haa Just appointHon of Sain dandier of thu East End, lege of Musie n Omu cut I 'Hid for ihi the case of the Common weaVh, etc., Hon. M. F. North, who represented , tlu tnntt Hnlmtn tind one ill --luinnn. against KM tbot and dangerously wounded pjat year a pupil of 1'rof. Fritz Sch- ed George L. l'cnny chairman for . A. Uottom , and DcWitt Lincoln county In the legislature a nus ever ireiiueniea mi Lincoln county, to proocute the fight "S'-'by unknown parties while on hi way ttilf nt VV'nrit Hemlnnrv In N'nyhvllln lionta, if I rtw rent-il- i t The liquor number or terns, Is being urged by many or his friends to make the rare co,",t ,hlU J" '"'I'recedented section m dead. He waa found dead wa oiiMiitl 0 '" homo from church Tuesday night. The There nlll be a laciilly recital In luliiiht.nt nnd by lettor the bam of Cnpt. Johnson living to Le for the democratic nomination for Chandler I'm rhnnel Tim lnl of Ortiibpr til' uiajorlt) may bt rolled up for Con-Libullet entered young Hent 'o rertiln parties In county Judge Tor the next term. Mr. mi-- ., Kiwamnn Helm. .Mr. Penny la one of near here, where h had gone to at- right l(T Just below thu hip and pene- l it oi'vvuu ttMrliprit The liquor was sent not by 'i?n niivnvuii, tend to the reeding. Ho waa a xpres trated the member. Thu shooting oc- wro Is a gradual of Caldwell co!lw.ll,IP heti knoU a,,d """t or other lommon carrier, but North Is. said to have about made up thorougii HChular, knew most or the ..... .i. ,...,.ii..- - asiv his mind to run, and will soon begin in wnconi count mm win was dtllvereJ t.) the piitlei In curred near Cedar Creek nt about ..I....IH..1 ..hi pi ivuiii(,i iniiiiiiu naia lllblo by heart and Was one or the! com10:30. An the nlgUt wns dark the waa a pupil of Mra. A. 8. Itobort.ir.n Like step at once to perfect a by someone who ctille.'ld to prosecute an active canvass, It 1.4 young rutin was unable to Identify his of Danville and atudled under South plete organization In the county. He Ilneat penman we have ever seen the money for Uottom or for said. . ill IA la.ihh In nt"b....lMl aO tAfn. With a quill pen ot his own m -Considerable speculation Is being ni'Pw"m Ilonla, wl'o was Bottom's bartender assailants and having no eneinte that wick. President of the Kmeraou nchooi ho could tlosoly Imitate copper plato " ' 0"nl--- ' l0 u,k' llontn and Iiottom wee IndlcUd for Indulged in as to the candidates for he knows of, he and hla family are of oritur). Her nblllty to delight luw With a pen in each hand selling whisky In n local option dla n number of county offices for the completely nt n low to know who did been proven. Ml. IVttro will ,lng ".argo or the work In the piecin.u eiigrnwng. he could write hi namo eaoh copy that nil the tote are dRitaruiy deed. Mr Chandler In Mo nuubem. She Una studied In the nl contended next terms. Much Interest seems to trie and their attorney the Lelng like the other. He could wrlto n to the poll.. Mr Holm's chanc-.t mn.le In Cincinnati that ale or the whisky wag made In center in the race for tlie sherttt'n sober. Qulel nnd Induatrlotia and ha appear very bright If any number or line, each so unlike Lnwrcnceburg and not. In Hai rods- - office. Those most prominently mennever ben In trouble After the ahoot andutthe Mlnnpollaachoolof mualc'j'"l0 th0 ,0,,, Hint we doubt IT the chirograph) ex- burg, but the court hcie aa)8 that thlH tioned as candidates ror the next r home of .. noted institution. Her work la of Ma Mends w Ing Chandler walked to the pert of thu government would think day on election grade cnie ia different Ironi the one where democratic nomination are M.S.Uaugb-maTom Manuel nnd the latter notified vety hi-them written by the same hand. He liquor Is shipped in a bona tide way T. J. Hill. B. W. (Jlvens, S. M. The Congressman will ..peak at se- summoned physicians. Miss Ellen Dallou will play two hU father, who Monday, which la county wan a native of Virginia and owned a by b c? carrier, into a local op Uwens, and J. C. Bailey. '1'hoy dreased thla unfortunate manHer work U catabllnhed mil'I "to -r r. !. tin htna mfirla ft fine farm there, but he preferred the tion dtvHit-omho Prospective candidates for other a bona fide order. wounds nnd at laat aecounU he wna all L.mw 1...- - nl.llitv aha bfmlliwl itr'COUrL UOV lUr UUJIW. roving life, having been all over the of other speaking engag said to be kvklnR over the field number The ense of Owen Turpln against doing reasonably well. Cincinnati college of music and inenU In Ilole and will be on the country. He waa Confederate veterar the Commonwealth from Rockcastle and some very Interesting race Oonsenatory Friend of the Chandler boy are In urging the demo an inil wanted lo 50 to the Pewee was reverted by the Court of Appeals promise to be pulled oft before the slatlnc that Judge Bailey offer a Mim Hortfl Jean Pinny will ghe stump from now on, alley Soldier's Home and when tak because of errors committed by the bII taps. for the arrest and convtM'on of tvo' Her selcelons crat to come out on election day. iiHinticr violin parties. aw by a friend, sympathe en to I li.it tre pub a'torney In saying to the Jury that Mwna gle plcamre thizers quhkly responded and made n one ot its members had been "fixed" Kings Mountain. feel a deeper Interest In the lic ma) Stiff Fines Lancaster. nice purse for him when they found and other similar expressions. Tursthool vorK in lheo several depart hint out If he eer reached the home pln was convicted by the Jury ol volun all are oarnestly Invited to pila from the tilth grade up or the ii'ents, or why he returned Is not known, tnry manslaughter arid now he getb a HANDCD YELLOW GALS FOR The pupils or the graded school attend There will be no ndmlaalon. Kings Mountain Graded Scrnol. that CONDUCT llev J. K. Roberts pastor or the M. third trial. more than two have received their reports for the have not been ubsont The program will be given later. Delia Hlgney 1.. church at JhJs place has arrlvtd. days during the term: month or September. The attendSue I'uiUin and Mattle Pearl Carr. ance has been unusually good the 10th i )ll utem, Karl Mddmah, - Mable Rev. F. D. Palmeter, the former pasyellow glrla were fin Churches two Allman-WeOliver Smith, Clar Christian Mint. Penrl Hoiitie. Von and 12th, grades show.ng an average tor has moied, his family to Moreland cd Ui and cpta each by a Juy In the ence Carry, Klla Cooch, llurnwa Jlf ot 'J9. There Is an enrollment now of alty eourt Uda morning on n charge of The following We wUh to commend him as a Chris- POPULAR OF COUNTY TO HOLD SEMI - AN - Kee. and Dora Allord. YOUNG COUPLE WED I 2S5 pupils. .breach of the poaee The broaoli HUssell tian gentleman to the good people !hov.i nnor been nbsent: Mrs. Annie Doty Principal of HERE THIS WEEK Lena there. of ualng loud and abualve Ian NUAL RALLY AT HUBBLE Thninnunn Grace 1 nomriKon public school at Mlllersburg made tho Dethe iunse to A';deraon Carr, Jr., oncoat Bather Murphy Krnncls. Maggie Flint. SATURDAY. The children of J. It. Rlgsby are Krnes Wept and Miss Eaiella Von we,come odd"ess at the recent coun- pot atreet. Carr waa fined V and and Leln Smith. tencheri association held at Millers been ah- - about well of scarlet fever. Mr. Hen- Allman were united in marriage neither bf lufl? Menefee. The negro girt, The 4i! ai meeting of lhO The followingHurinc thehave . term: lliira ry lllankenahlp still remains In a pre the home of Adolph VonOruenlgan on burs- - N,rsunable 10 p tho fine were token to ty is a frequent .4v, rve tl.elr term. Judge itene Christian churches of Lincoln lull tn un5lin,on. Ottle Walls and Hul Cee carious condition. David Adams and the Hustnnviiia t....v IICUUVDUU Ul- - nere, and la quite a bright visitor nit.-young ....w U determined to break up the U' will be held at the Hubble church on f 'Mr!, v, o. Johnson ts Aclon who are typhoid sufai lour OCIOCK, Kcv. J. J, woman, and daughter in law of CapL College Corner three children, habit of uegro glrla congregatingand a. large atteudinco Is )K her son Jarrctt at ferers are Improving. Mr. Frank Dickey, of the Methoats church oftl' J. A. Doty. ntmut the deoot making It embaraaConeenilng lh!i meet'ng Indiana a new root alng for ladlea to go up that atrect to expected. has t)phold fever. Friends and relatives of Judge K. elating. Mr. Wept Ig a prominent Thomnso , D. M. Walker. pa, .Dr catch a train by tneir ioua uimhk uu and Ita work. The protiacted meeting at the Bap- )oung business man of Tracey, Tenn., A. Burnslde will be glad to know that ,. Mr. n. O. Lewis ot Wanes unaeen lngly ocllona. tor or the Christian chrch at Stnn-,''tist church, under the leadership of while his bride is a daughter of Emll he ia not so seriously injured in the burg.' were visiting at King's Moun- ford aya: Rev. Cornelius, Is getting very In- VonAllman of Louisville, and has street car accident that befell him In Tina organization of churchtM of tain last Sunday. Sewerage System teresting, sincere, forceful sermons, iiinu una itiumi-- i creat m.inv Cincinnati last week aa waa first re- missionary work in this county to do powerful praying and the best ot friends and admirers here where h porle''- - Wnlle he la quite bao.y bruls-IN Ita own borders under the manage AGITATION TO BL STARTED muslc and singing Cood croda. No has made her home for some time. All e1 an1 may " disabled for some Some Sleuth STANFORD AT ONCE ment of the chrches within the counkill extend congratulation tn ti, weeks it la thought he will be hlm- addition to date.- Agitating for a new aewernge aya ty la unique. It being the only ono In Holtzclaw ot Uarrard, bought young bridegroom and expend wishes self again, and will be brought home Frank tem for Stanford waa started laat the State with such an organization LANCASER CITY MARSHALL NABS Saturday. 100 barrels of corn ot J. K. Sutton at lor their complete happiness. week when Attorney K S. Alcorn nnd of which the writer ha knowledge TWO HORSE THIEVES Mr. II. S. Rlddleburgen has sold his 2.fi0, and sold four steers to Jesse others went before the city council of thU one third Interest In the Uarrard Miland tupgeated the urgent need of ade- Upon Investigating the records FOOT BALL SATURDAY City Marshal L. K. Herron. of Lan- Fox at 4 cent. Ceo. Dyehouse quate sewerage for the city to the work, It will be found that about J.000 caster. Is tho boss "hoss" thief catchling Co., to Mr. F. U. Hunt. The tlrm City Fathet. Strong advocatea of a people have made the good confession er and has Just won two JKO rewards sold a weanling mule at Stanford The Stanford High School foot ball being now Uregory, Champ and Hurt complete sewerage for the city admit under .Ue I" tuncc of ;reiii!iii; that of feted by the State for tr? arrest of court nt $82. Urant Anderson, colored Milling company. . trot the only way that It can be se- haa he-r horse thieves. He nabbed Win. Yan-tls- sold a mule to Klguin Jim. Anderson team will meet the strong D. & D. iloi.n by tlu evaafiiist. On Monday atternoon at the resicured ta by meana of a vote qf bonda. negro who la charged with ateal-In- at J SO. Ceoige .Miller sold a mule to team at Danville Saturday atternoon. a Sit cougrHitU.na A campaign of education la to be this organization. a horse from Link Hlgglna of this Price Bros., ot Uarrard, at $75. S. A. This will be a hard fought game as dence of the bride's parents Mr. and started at once, and It la hoped that hae ben organized and housed by the county. Vantls was caught on the the teams are pretty well matched al- - Mm. Wm. Asking of UuenaA'ista their V. a vote can be obtained on a bond laauo eltort cl thJ chumhes. Dixjlver cliffs. He waived examining Ballard bought a mule ot . C. Cum though, the D. & D. has the advantage attractive daughter Miss Mary and t an early date, for It la felt that the Two congregations have oeo.i Milled trlnTand went to Jail. Manhull Her- mins ut S;, and sold a buucli ot hogs of our boys In weight. As the ground I Rev. T. E. Wb..on. of Bardatown were Lewis, who Is aanlUry condition of city la such thit aru now ron also got William a horse from to same at 10 cents. Sam J. Harris on which they something must be donefor the sake when ubout to disband nnd will play Is not level, . united in marriage. Rev. C. O. Brown alleged to have stolen bold a mule to W. A. Price for 170 a man named Rich, of Covington. of the peoples health before anotuer In a flourishing eom'tt'.Mi, it can readily be seen that Stanton officiating. The newly wedded pair f. J. Durham bought a Shropshire ram will be summer roll around. U Indeed u sploulid Thl handicap. 1). & l). would left at once for the home of the groom RODES MOORE. wifrom a Jalferaon county breeder for a and one ot which our pop are J. BEAZLEY not come here and rather trtin have accompanied by many good wishes. KING ih-- rn baa by Miss stiff price, and sold a thoroughbred no game, our boya a a .iinnnr thli week The following wedding announce ly proud. Hit Ith iu:"et At Preston Beck's sale In lower elected to "beard Whlthorme Cecil at "Cambus - Dunv male to Mr. Carpenter, ot .More the lion" in his den. ment from the Islington Leader will rorno a disposition on the i.ut of the Garrard, horses sold from $125 to $175 near Danville the engage- land for $15; a 70 pound gilt to Uene people here where both are bMt their Interest to " - caiele-aged mules from $200 to $225; yearAt noon In the parlort .hurchei. mont nf Mcnraver Moore, of ersall A NOTABLE MOVEMENT duty and to lose slgut of the fael tli.H les. to Miss Margaret lioues, 01 inai Luvall for $10. John Richardson sold ling mules from $185 a pair to $310 a of Campbell-Hager- of Arzvle Hall our own yearlings to John Holmes ut $4.10 The wedding J man College, the marriage waa aolemu there are otlvr llelda .vltln pair; milk cows from $60 to $70; corn cltv wag announced. At the annual synods of the PresbyIsed ol llev. K. N, Heaiiey ot rami iHirdcra to Le ivr.ngel.l. nnd hence will be celebrated in tne late inn. iir. J. P. Ballard bought some cattle at form $2 to $2.25; forming implements l.lcK. Kv.. and Misa Virginia King our orkanizai.-tMoore Is a son ot Col. D. U Moore, the Stanford court at $u.50. U. W. Spang-le- r terian church or Kentucky, meeting brought good prices. iu or Harrodaburg. while the II. J. Plnkerton waa the ofot lack capitalist, Professor sold a calf to L. F Trorapson for' thla week at Danville and Harrodaywr. on Miaa .Mary Askins daughter ot Mr. is a daughter ot Hon. and $17.50. Scott Broa., sold two calves to burg a ficiating minister The bride Is the Ing he ovangelUta bride-elec- t committee ot thne iroin each, Wm. Askins, of Buena Vista, and Rev H. Rodea. ot Danville. of Mr. T W King, a lead- jr tlnancea to keep the daughter Charles - Mra . l. uj.jiuiu-..... ...i.ln, E- - Walton a Presbyterian mlnls-th- e same tor $28. Joslah Anderaou sold ..Ill uc ....An....4 lu uu In destitute fields In fact brething citizen of Uarrard County, residHITS a yoke of oxen to W. 11. Brown nt work of the American Federation AGAIN ing near Paint Lick. She graduated ren. ror this. Intended for an appeal to CAPT. BOGARDU8 of nard!1,0n wer, unlted Mon. College tn $4.10. from Campbell-ILngermaTHE BULL'S EYE J. Q. Naylor sold a sow- - and ot churches aa also served recently by dav flf,noon at .hB p,e3bvterian un!M w 1905, being one or the th chrches. the class of jij iaii throusf i..- other church bodies In Kentucky and church at thla place. attractive Rev. C. C. Jisrjd.-.s:s-st Thla world famoua rifle ahot holds pigs for $33. ssi . rave to be Master Clinton Parks son of Mr. the nation. The Presbyterian denomi- Browu championship record of 100 women who have attended that and our evangelic young the performing the caremony. la winsome, school brlghL cheerful, .i..mi..i At the meeting to bo held pigeons in 100 consecutive ahota e and Mra. Fado Parka, who Is in the nation In the United States holding, The newly wedded pair left at once Recently inter-lewgnrlous In dlpoIUon, graceful In- at Unable on OctoDsr loth. It will le living at Lincoln III. Buffered a long chlldren'a hospital in Louisville, is get organic relation to the Federation as for the, home ot the groom accompanihe aaya: "I manners, a most charming peraonh- -v we wHI ccntimw time with kidney and bladder trouble ting along nicely. He was taken there organized at Philadelphia , 1908. The ed by many good wishes. Mr Jleaaley la a most estim- determined wh rtllty kidney about a month, ago to get a lower Federation Is one ot the blgna of the "I o do ro mi nacd several able clOien or Uarrard county, promi- the organization Lancaster la having some new con-medlclnea. all ot wnien guie straightened. Mrs. J. J. Tohmp, times; a united league for abatement crete crossings made. business affairs In hU It V, continue :irethn. come hi . nent In the taking Foley a K d- - limb J to Uef until I atarted n community, honored and trusted by ueetlng and bring h - bon has been quite poorly of vice and crime; enlargement of C. A. Robinbon bought 16 head ot nev Pills, lieiore i useu rwvj all. -- " Rev. Andrew Johnson will preach gospel fellowship; Joint action and cattle from Jame Clark at $3.05 per ney Pllla t nau auvero um.n....-tLc work. inj in mv kldneva with auppreaalon at the Methodist church soon. Uo conference, for enforcement of law In hundred. MnMIeWrg. Anrt n eloudV voiding. On arlaing in only have services at this church every community; new Initiatives for Mrs. Nora Scrivener, ot Cynthlana. Moreland .1,.. tnnrn nr 1 WOUIU gel UU1I unra removal of Ignorance and Illiteracy; ia the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nnir I have taken three bot- - regularly on fifth Sundays. K. James McQuerry, of Uarrard, visit better conscience for social needs and Seeney. It. L. Ward of Cincinnati, The nwny friends ot tlea of Folcy-- Kidney Pllla and feel Rev II. M. Burke haa an enviable too per cent better. I am never both-ere- ed here. Stone would delighted to aee Mm civic reforms; kindly care and ser- haa been a recent visitor In Lancaster Iwth my kldneya or bladder and 8lectel Judie and will do aome etfectu record among clergymen of the Weat . Mr. and Mm. Wm. Pettus, of Hunt vice tor needy und dependent; Joint Miss Annie Herndon is In Lexington, nu,n "" Hhnirara couples dur- again . . in.. al deadnlng over the line should be Knd having married 28 ieei " """ uat" ington Weat Va., are visiting bla moth work for betterment ot foreign Im- visiting Mr. and Mm. Leslie Herndon ing two yean and three months be become a. candidate. er Mm Rebecca Pettus. Mr. and migration population tn the United Mm. Joan Bull haa returned from, a John Coulter la thinking of moving had lived In Moreland. Rev. Burke MARTIN-CASTLE m the Rtateor Oregon, and haa adver waa born In 1824 and was converted In Mrs. Cyrus Eaaon, of Burgln and Mra, States; fraternal greetings tor the vslt to her daughetr, Mrs. Roaon year. He haa never had Mr. Alnnzo Castle ot Somenot, and tised bla farm and town property tor hi. lHth Mesdames Lowell, are visiting Mr. national organization, will be present- Campbell, of Stanford. many opportunities and may oo call Misa Lille Martin, daughter ot Mr. Henderson, of '"Hl- Ballou or thl ed a elf made man. lie nas iiveu iu John Martin, of the Saufley section, and Mra. John Williams. Misses Allle ed by Pr, K. H. I'earee of the National Thornton Rico, and Ueorge It U said that a young man He will were quietly married Wednesday at and Ethel Harris have been quests ot Executive Committee. have returned to Richmond after a ticlnlty will wed one ot Liberty Lincoln county 30 year. tweet "slxteenera" berore many moon move to Mlliedgevllle about the last of the home of the bride. The groom la their auut, Mra. Tom Manuel, ot Row visit to Mra. Edna Francis and faml-I... mnnth. HI new home will be In Biiccessful telephone operator at land. Frank Miller cut hla wrist very wat and wane. Dr. V. U. Kinnalrd left laat week THE DEMON OF THE AIR neap the old Ruaacll houae. He hopea to a Somerset, but will realgn hU position W. C, nryatjCa'new cottage la beverel) while pianMng with a knife. Is the germ of la grippe, that breathed to again enter the medical Bchool In anxi- unite In matrimony many other young lycowj!loted and everybody Is there and for the present make bla Mlsa Maud Forbea, of DeMr. and Mm. L. C. King, ot Hubble. tn, brings aufferiqg to thousands, Its LouliVllle. ous to kbow who will occupy It. home on the farm of Mr- Martin. coupe. Wiiholt who ha been Mr, nebecca Creech, ot Harlan One disc harrow !etL Will sell cheap vlalted J. M. Cress and wife. Mlas after etfecta are weakneas, nervous - troit Mich., la the guest of Mlsa Suala able to ness, lack ot appetite, energy and amrounty la here on a vlalt to her aon very 111 of typhoid fever j Beazloy. Katherlne Payne, of Lebanon June- - Ibltlon, with disordered liver and kid- - Hilton. Mlsa Margaret Shugam ia in Dr. C- D. Creech. Mlsa Emma Fogle be out again. , film. Jorgan-- . visiting Irlenda. .. .i AND CHARITABLE tion. who so very kindly acts aa .o i..i.n Lexlnaton Mr. J. J. Speara will have a aale the A GENEROUS luu ... ...I......I.I .hn i. ....--- . ., , haa returned from an cxtonded vlalt . nnln uiuuu n ,..! ...A.(rlc ttilierb,gicaicDfc ntcu hivu klAnil W Puinphrey lb at home alter visii- WISH. mo iuo npicuuiu iuim, 1st at the uapusi enure" uunus to her tlster Mra. Prot. Judd, at Hub- - "Oth pasand Ohio. Indiana I wlah all might know ol tho bene Mr. Smith Powell, of Mr V D. Palmeter the new Is highly complimented for purltler and regulator of thestomach, lug In KansaB ot Lib tor of the Methodist church will move fit i r...ived from your Foley'B Kid revival. Mverand Kidney. Thousands have Mesdames Mattle and Fred P. Frlsble tonvllle, and MUt Lllllo Wells Mr. William bueh excellent miuic. few dnya thy hate WOndertully erty. wer nere ounuoy imciuu... in the parsonage In the next will meet nev remedy." anva 1 N Regan, Fur Mra. glrengthen the nerve, build up the left Tuesday October 11th for the mer, Mo, Ilia ktdne)a and bladder Naylor und wife visited Mr and 11 n nvnmhi. of Lincoln County waa The teachers- asslclatlon 15. good State V D. C. Convention In Louisa.iiininv and Sunday. Rando at McKlnney Saturday OcL met with gave him gohe.much, pain, misery and 0 Uastlneau In Uarrard. Mr P F. system and restore health- and cautd not work, nor Kennedy Mr. K. L. Klkln and Mm. MilLiberty were .nnnvnnxj.. ville vUU.ng Re, T. U. society The W C. nmun nnd daughter of and wm a sleep. He ay Foley1 Kidney Remeupon the alck list Mia Mollte Wilson re- Mm. U Pipe. OcL 11. There Monday lawny ai uowiauu. fwt by Pen- dred Beazley are hm Sunday from Pulaaltl county large attendance and a very Interest- dy completely cured him, Bfcugar Sprinkles and guaranteed Mm. Jone. of Wllllamatown ta the turned John Kennedy made a ouainesa trip Uy- Drug Store. and Tanner where he went to visit relative. ing meeting. guest ot Mrs. Bourne. 'to ML Vernon. WH Topoott l confined to bis bed wlM t, badly t 9lea knev 1 "I """"' " n 17 ii ,t. "W H-"- "' - ah a h n. - 't n es llos-Ur- d V well-know- pf con-alite- d 1 eml-annii- visit-Saturd- .. i' Ly-ki- Uh,.!., "' . 2 n g re-ot- . '- well-know- . ajwfc. iat h.v n .,.. "?- ... well-know- "J.--....- i, a d "o $ ). - , 1 l. - J - Bar-t;..vii- !..' w.tor. fflff.WS - 2. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. GOOD NEWS Many Otanford Readers Hava Hearo It and Profited Thereby "Good news travels fast," nnd the thousands of bad back sufferers In Stanford arc glad to lenrn that prompt relief Is within their reach. .Many a lame, weak nnd nchlng back Is bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills, Thousands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their with, the Old (Junker remedy. Here Is an examplo worth reading: "Ueorge Wrlnht, Stanford street, Lancaster, Ky., says "1 have never known of a better kidney remedy than Donn's Kidney Pills. Last rail my back nched n great deal nnd my kidneys were badly discolored. Tho secretions from these organs were- scan-- KIUDAY, OCTOUER HU, 1910 The CTBRY Interior Journal Established TUESDAY 1 THE Honeymoons For Laughing Purposes Only Stanford Opera House m 1 1872. UNDERWEAR '"t i AND FIUDAY At Per Year In Advance. SAUFLEY HELTON Publisher Stan- Entered at the Post Office at ford, Ky., ai Second Claaa mall. ANNOUNCEMENTS POLITICAL Thirteenth Judicial district, at the fortunate election to be held November, 1911, ly and painful la passige. 1 brought Kidney fills to subject to the nctvon ot the Demo- - myhad uoan'H and getting a box, 1 beattention gan their use. hTcy relieved roc The Frankfort News come quickly and In return fo rtho benefit Into our little discussion with the Dan- I received, I am willing that my name ville Advocate over me troops at the should be used In endorsing them. .My Pellman trial and observes "as usual, advice to all sufferers from kldeey our friend Saufley tried to divert at- trouble is to give Doan's Kidney Pills tention from the main Issue He ac- a trial." cused the Advocate ot trying to currey For sale by all dealers. Price 60 fnvor with the new circuit Judge to cents, Foster-Mi- l burn Co., Buffalo, N. the Master Commissioners print Y., sote agents fur the United HUts. ret lug. We usually judge others by what Remember the name Donn's and w would do ourselves under similar take no other. circumstances." Well we may have misjudged the City. Advocate's motives In the premises, bnt If our esteemed Frankfort bad been Involved he Mr. Fred Cook ot Stanford Is now hit the nali square would have-surelon the head. We happened to know night operator at Shelby City. Mrs. Robertson and children ot that the News has moved heaven and earth for the past two years, trying Brumfleld are visiting her brother m to get Circuit Judge Robert - Stout Mr. Ellis Preston. Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Faulcobr of Lex to give It a slice or the Master printing In Franklin coun- lngton, are the guests of Tier sister ty which the State Journal has al- Mre. Ed Swcncy. Rev. J, Z. Montgomery, of Liberty. So far we haven't ways enjoyed. noticed th.t the News has succeeded, filled the pulpit of Rev. Wyatt Montas the little boy said, In "sucking In" gomery at the Christian church Sun day. vlth the Judge ns yet. Miss Fannie Sparks whose mother died last week resumed her place In The Lancaster Record In this Is- the Moreland school Wednesdny the sue come out for the direct plan of 12th. Miss Myrtle Morgan one ot the nominating which the interior Jour- eighth grade pupils taught the young nal suggested a few weeks ago. The pupils during her six days absence. primary Is the fairest method of nomiMrs. Bailey's two Bisters irom nating candidates for olllces, and Ken- Science Hill have been her guests tucky should have the direct primary past week. law by which every man no matter the Mrs. Kate coovert spent many w now poor, may have the chance to run Mllledgevlllo at the bedside of her for office If his friends want him to stpfather Mr. Benjamin Gresham. Keep up the good work. The street fair left us bunaay nuer The aDnolntment of Oeorge L. Pen an unprofitable week here. ny for chairman of the campaign Lincoln 1. n sDlendld one. Sea and car sickness, vomitong of county democrats ibould rally to the pregnancv, weak stomach from over otnminrd of Mr. Helm and see that Indulgence In food or drink, all are stomach their congressman is given the larg- qulcklv cured with guarantees them. L. Penny est majority on record In his home tablets. O. 50 cents Largo box county The Interior Journal la nutborlzed to announce Charlet A. Hardin as a randldate for Circuit Judge of the For Circuit Judge Saturday Night, OCTOBER 15 Scats on Sale at Shugars & y Tanner's drug store. Notice HARNESS ON A HORSE should be made so ns to give him perfect comfort Wo carry everything required In harness nnd horse goods.l but only (he 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. something a little warmer. And we want to remind you that our underwear stock, like every other i These crisp mornings remind you you need of your underwear-th- at for sale "with bailer 30 hp rogtae, a new saw mill, for sale, 14 cash, balance In two, four and six months, with good notes. King's Mountain Planing Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. Baw mill We hare a In SEPARATE SUITS-ShirtsaDrawers- - we show a splendid ribbed garment, also a Soft Fleeced one at 50c. The and' Justly popular nd well-know- n son. r, a rxra narVXT , irrmmVfiQ flfloh - .f -.w . w wwvw- w wv. PtftPl- i Juictki A foale Mitt aua y yoag. 1av1fferalea1eiM Fer weak, acrvesw. ntasMwenca. Every kl- uc aaaraBicesL ct II TCVMY. DR.H0AGS IIUWatr DRUG STORE PENNY'S com-miii- a SAVED FROM GRAVE. "I had about glen up hope, niter near ly lour years of suffering form a severe lung trouble," writes Mrs. M. L. Dlx. of Clarksvillo Tenn. "Often the pain In my chest would be nlmont unbearable and I could not do any work, Phons 188. Stanford, Ky. but Dr. King's New Discovery has made me feel Ilka a new person. Us best medicine made for the throat and lungs." Obstinate coughs, stubborn colds, hay fever, la grippe, LANCA8TER, KY. croup, bronchitis and hemorrhages, BUYER OF hoarseness and whooping cough, yield quickly to this wonderful medicine. Try It 50c and 11. Trlnl bottle free. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Stanford Branch T. K. Tuaor, M'oV. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Egg Saves its cost over and over npuln In Icsicned doctpr's bill. But you must It Is real. It Isn't the be sure white basin and nickeled pipes that It Is the make sanitary plumbing. us way they are put together. the do your plumbing We have "know how " 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 that The nicest underwear in all the Haie world-nev- er scratches, never fades never draws up in the washing.. W. K. WARNER, $l.o0 the garment. UNION" SUITS in balbrigan at $1 H. B. Northcott. in Wright's at $2 and in the SilkPlush at $3 the suit. We want to All Kinds of Farm Produce show you these garments. Bal-briga- n. Wright's Wool Fleeced REAL 8ANITARY PLUMBING. - hens FryerB Wile ll-ll- H. J, McRoberts. m S3 G. Turkeys Ducks RoOTtors, per lb Hides per lb 12-- 1 Jc "c L. I'cnnr R. H. C'c flcj- K. II (Vlcman 83 Feathers !' LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR HRODUCE. Phone 153 We can pleate you. School Supplies J. STIRRING TIMES. G. Riddle For theKindergaitcn, for the High School; for all grades. We have the SCHOOL SUPPLIES needed 1J,C are having In the bulldlug line We carry a full line, of lime, plaster, lement nnd oerrthlng else needed I Ever thing purchased lor building, here will be found of the best quality and the best for intended purposes. We will sae you trouble and unnecw sary expense by sending to us for an estimate. wo CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today lor: Hens h'ggs 2 m to Stationery. Pencils, Pens, Springers.., Roasters Turkeys Ducks , 11 J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. to 11 K'c 5 to 5 c 12 to 13' " t0 C 2 Rulers, Tablets, Books. Fit the children out satisfactorilyfit them out here and save money. v w. a.tribbls. ThAfP AfP A Few Person q pr UMV mare turn Your coai cheaper J, Furuitnrenml Umlerlttking. "TJpFw.iXtfl'rV rnlta Iky I'huiw 23. years In this vicinrcy who do not know yearling bora. yurun horses, right , now than anyNight Phone the yeai. of the good clothes we sell, and the rir rV.Mme in us fill your CwUSK'TQjflKSPVGlBSMEHf Stanford, KortrH-jrand rfis very reasonable prices we ask for lurnlture and other thins numer Let u them, but they are one by one com Terms ien ot al. Sale bins with our FOX ami CONCRETING ing our way. And if you havn't brgins at o'chxk. Auctioneer. RIDGE COAL at 13 UndertiKerdDealers in Johnson, onus. niture, Mattlcgs.Ruga. They been fitted out from our stock, let , kind, cts per bushel. exchange Furnituro us ask a visit right now. Dont put anl. ln,act. Stock. Give ill Kindi flr.t.clm, off selecting until the last minute J. C. McClary, Clean Coal; Oallandget Them Call. Prices Right. norknnd uiulerlu!t leatt. No Slack. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY of the day. Come along while there PHILLIPS BROS., &L- is plenty to pick from. We've got Phone 11. Stanford, Ky. 'em, mind you, from $8 up, but we Baughman& Co. J. H. Harry Jacobs, rather urge you to put $18.50 into Fall In Winter Suitings Marble and Cianlto When Hungry a suit. We think it economy; when ments, l'ow new fall and winter samples are Murktn Httv(. ,tinitery you have worn it a few seasons it your inspection. They ready for Ilettaurant will be as good as an average $10 Undertaker ;and Emtamci comprise tho the market. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! at has ll.M.. price one suit. Even if you have to steal the STANFORD, - - can suit any madeastoto order. vho suit llett clothes at 'Phone 'Phone preferable time, drop in. to your measure tutt plant, kind, r,ht To have ready made clothes. to D. CARTER, them made to measure doesn't cost collectionpuniote. W. E. PERKINS, B. New Llvervple,XButtr th 1 rSLHhS- "PileofSolc EE5,g Clothes Kf Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed for tale or In exchange fer two miles Produce. Havinc sold our farm east ot Crab Orchard, on Dix Rivor Phone 20. known as tiii 0. I'. .Nerwiand farm, Tor ule publicly on we will offer Public Sale llMn. Feathers to 15 to 43c ?m m M PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. 1 Thursday, October, 13, propwty following deserts work mule. of fouryear-old YOU CAN BUY; - L.Beazley&Co., tUIHlMMwJ t WW UUttW foal by Jack. 1 biood Kith IOSJ ...! old, a two with bV iBCfc. 1 IU 1 caiwu 11 l.T'l. ; . of corn, household mention. 10 kltch-- n too cum on da Embalm-en- . Col. M. II. KOBUirna Aleo Fur- - will for of a We ntt In I ultlon to tin nil of con. Illoric Work, 1'uveniente eretlatli we eun mitke any thing from boa,e down to a fenoe pott. We san terve yoa promptly and guarantee iniiierlal. our price, before you buy your if 17 Denier In and Munufactucer of FVIonu-- 1 My now nd Vuieiaixt Kinney, Ky, Offlc, uud work,, Mo and Law GOTO bekt on 1 KY- Office Home 35 his made - Crab Orchard, Ky. Depot Street, Phone 06, TANF9RD, KENTUCKY. ). I can furnlih the publlo with tho bett. of ol cut flowere, tbe 1 well bulb,, potted flower,, on abort all notice. Alio make a peclally of wrvatbi for lor funeral above, 1 have all with In ssade wkes klndi'.e! vegetable, ontbe any moro than road band at reatonablw prtew. . Oom Quality and M U QHEEN HOOHEM. tak rear Is asd let Ataa&rd , Ky frMtttal Tallor.5 B. ?. A la a m snnc u samr. Lancatter, Btreel Htanford, K. m. all boure up to place lu w n for a good quick meal. Cooking to our cuitornerionripeo laity Hplendld new line ot fancy (Jroccrlei. milk;," Uot Ooffee, Bandwlcbe,, and eweet milk, etc., at all IIbm. Canon's Mealt served V. A. CARSON, Pup. (f r A. 4 nore 5. FHIDAY, UirrODKR 14th, 1910 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. V i M ? ! LADIES' SWEATERS, $1.0o to SS.00. CIRLS' SWEATERS, 1.00 to $2.00. BOYS' SWEATERS, 60c to 11.00. LADY CGRSETS, New Stock of all bizes Just in; .AMERICAN $1.00 to $n.oo NEW PERSIAN SILKS for Waists j B atHtu I "nt 1 ll ' $1.00 to $!.7fi yard." !, CADET HOSIERY for Men, Women, Girls and Boys:- - Every PS " Every day brings some New guaranteed. Price, all sizes, 26c. Goods to our store. Look to your MISS NEW YORK PETTICOATS. All prices, Sattcn and SB? right and left for some the of lat$1 to $10. They have no equal. Silks from 6.00 up; guaranteed1 est. wear. NEW SCHOOL SHOES. The Kind That Wear, Look WcIT snol Treat Your Pocket Book Well. New Arrivals SEVERANCE & SON, Stanford, Keutucky. -t Rev. J. Dickey wfiti yreacti The tax books of Crab Orchard grad ed school are now reaay and taxes How land Sunday afternoon! Iter, WmA are due. Tho penalty will go on Nov. Sprinkles will preach at N-- al' Cre--Jt 1. The books will always be at the Rev. J. J Dickey nmr Wr Grecx offlce of tho Crab Orchard Uanklnr: Koger arc holding a most BivCtwta Company. Mies Ophelia Lackey, meeting at Maywocd. 60-Treasurer. t !r l. b"e The Danvhle Messenger has this abehostene, and uncerstandTbHpeclal fountain pcnn for school ue H. T. lliyrlb Went to l.eilngton 11.26 at Penny's Drug account of a beautiful reception given nicety of a point the art ot giving 75 centi, It and Thursday to see the trotters rfo. Htore there; pleasure to their gucfcls Missis Sue and Faille Tayior Woods The recepUon glun by .Mrs. John Mr liianiam Ueazlcy who lias been visited In Lexington this week. PERSONAL NOTES H. Mchols and Mrs. ligau Wood Fri visiting Ills sitter Mrs J. f Daugc-ma''ounty Attorner W, K. Hun b has day afternoon was a brilliant affair e't vetrday for hi home In on the sick list for several days and went off with great eclat. Tb San Anrft'lo, Texas. .Mr. Wulw- - Dunn .Mm. J, V. Ilutchrtoti la In Owrnton rcn Miss Florence Truebeart has rehouse was beautifully decorated wl for a Ml of ten .!.' turned heme after several months terns, palms, dahlias and with Its per- tnd cudu fcave returned from their Jennie stay Mm. M. 1 Myers and Ml at Huntington, v. Va, and vis- manent uecorauon of painting and brlda: tcur and have taken rooma with Uilcber are visiting Lexington friends iting at other points. Mr and Mrs. Ike D'ian on the corner rlcu hangings presented a handsome of t'i Mr. lame K Ilntco Is gradually hd Myoadway- - D.invllle B 8 and C. M. Hpoonamore appearance. The dintuf, room wan feaMessrs. Improving, hU Irlends will be glad to Tntviivni .i and Mrs. 6 D. Matt are visiting their ture of admiration. The rich ma know Mrs. W. T Davis, of f'lnevllle who hogany table was spread with a Mexl has spent several days with her broth J. D. Willis son of Col. nnd .Mrs. J. sister Mrs. A J Overstrcet ut H. Willis, of Crab On hard Springs, can embroidered cloth and in the leu era, W. L. and J. M. McCarty, return-hom- e Mr. T. N Aldrldge who has hern ter was a handsome silver cup filled who suffered u paralytic stroke this Mr. .1. W Lunsford tells us that a laid up with a sprained ankle for the with red dahlias. Mrs. Nichols looked week, Is somewhat Improve boy arrived at his home ea- May McllnoerU. mo of past several weeks, was able to be out Miperb In a ted messnllne with lace Misr Lcltle tre most .ittracll-.- i oellm of Linen,-te- r Tuenday. He spent Wednesday at his trimmings and Mrs. Woods was great rterday morning. "He Is already yell- ly admired In a blue volte with cream Jing for the democratic party" said the and visitor, MIsj Held, of Texas, homn In New Albany, Ind. were here for a sliort time this week Mrs Shelton Hnu'l") hai Dccn III lac". At the red decked coffee tabic father. Hon Charles A. Hardin who was n J. 8. Hlto Is confined to his nome fjr fveral days with a pi ire attack Mrs. Thomas Jbckson in pale pink crepe do chine, and Mrs Wood In candidate for Circuit Judge was here with Illness and (Seorge H Murrls of tciisllltls. I camo oer from Uitmwttr Tnurrday 1 l.mbry Is ecnfltieil to hla Imnic white illk. were doing tho honors Monday, Couit day, mixing with his to relieve him at Jn depot Mr Jlur x th that thrtatens to be an attack Assisting In the vnrous rooms wen many friends and receiving much enMesdsmes v.nte Hudson, John Chest couragement lis was driven over by Louis villi In 1 t neumonla Mr Jnhn fluslpv Itoifl who fa tmlr- bis auto W T Saunders who hn hen with nut. CInreuce Tate, Kllia Hogers, T the Sinte with a party of friends In Miss Kttn and Huth Myers, the his ons, Walter and MlHer Saunders L. Ulaney, John M Mount, (IirunH his 17 passenger autoraoDiie, ran into handsome and attractive daugther ut Uojumont, Texas.'for tl.' past two ter) UpssIp W Peters, ad Misses Nan Danville o the Hta Theta I'l fratorl-iof of Mr. and Mm John Myers, Harrods-bur- g years, Is here for a short stay Lula Durlmm, McDowell, Virginia Initiation Tuesday nlcbt. He left were the guest of James T Mmofee wan hero for a Mae Bruce. Clara Lee, Sara Logan yesterday for Lexington. anaMr. Held is week friends last nas many U. graduate, vVednes-daand Mary McDowell A very delicious an old C Dr. Clifton Fowler vas selitd with short vlRlt to his parent (rtcndg here. uanvnie Aavocaie. town served and compliments collation w.is Mm .1. II. Mnrnhv and little son. of a hinting spell whl!o atartlm? to Miss Dora Straub was In Lexington concerning It were quite In order. The Celtnn. Tex. has arrived to be with TMiaday. and had to be taken home with unusual her parents, Mr and Mrs. T. J. Hill and It this week and took in the troU. She guesH were gowned A physician was sum nontd. guests called. --Mrs Mr Mnrnhv hftn rented the A. II. Hoot believed tho attack will prove was the guest of Mrs. J. O McAllstcr Ustri. Some 150 la iicl farm near Turnersville, and upon his Nichols and Mrs Wood were admlr return from Texas jn bdoui six while there serious, u.111 tnV. rhrce of It The Irlenus 01 this popular couple will welcome them back to uod s country Tc-.Wll-wor1 v y wi.-e- j sfi Ohio. inc oniy true constipation cure must begin Its soothing, healing action when It enters tho mouth. Ilolllster's llocky Mountain Tea restores the whole system to a healthy normal conAS cents. Tea or Tablets. Sold dition. by Shugars & Tanner. Asslstant"SUiteT'l7eAlarshal T M. Cardwcll, of Harrodsburg was here this week Investigating the recent fires which have occurred at Rowland. He aluo went to Turnersville to look Ir.urtjJio entires of tho blazes which des'ed Lutes' Bros store. It Is at reijuest of the Insurance companies that the fire marshal makes these investigations. Salesman w.vited'tu look niter our interest In Lincoln ".ml ndjacent oon-ticSalary of corr.nimsion Address The Victor Oil Company, c'levr.nri, Clarence Johnson, n wtl Srnowx youni; negro, was anrested TtBrottter charged with breaking lntcnthe anHt drink stand of J.W. Acey son had been employed ait jipcter By Acey. Some young mer. lutortur thecash register aboul fit JotUx t back door had been left opWsnA sf Ing In shortly after JohnsittriialJ"I5i.ljr found that the register had rttttsC Hev. J. C." Livingston "iclosvdt rtmbaC1 there late at night notlcml ha; ta ifn bticcpjflul meeting at tho (in church last Saturday. He tjtotf-C-sieonvcrts In Cedar Creelh ou.'SrtS' day afternoon At the conlsllfdU'e, thu service, thers was an oUixveiDCX cd hand shaking members uV sit- present Joinliig n' tEi- r whic-wageneral Christian s Indeed soul inspiring x you? But it hangs on! Can't get rid of it! Home ren edies done take hold. You need something stronger &? Ayer's Cftercy regular medicine, a doctor's medicine. Pectoral contains healing, quieting, and sootEung propetf-- ' 4.VO MA Jt Mtfa1 uca ui H n. uigiicaL uiuci. A 5K yuui utrviui auuut flrSTrJ iiic Itr4linl. AwHAM uiu.jt No alcohol in this cough medicine. j.c.Aycr Co,,touxU,Manii Tickling in the Throat a little tickling the throat!" Is that whaftroublei "Just in I Constipation positively prevents good health. Then why allow It to codUbuc7 An active" liveruagreat preventive of disease. Ayers Pills are liver pills. Wrutdoesourcloorsayr Wedding SHORT LOCAL NEWS presents at V H Muel ler's. Hoy wanted between 10. W. H. Mueller ' ages ot U and Found CUMimtiifc -- kj IMRrk derby hat; sold b VV,eiri u This cilice co- - o 8 o QT?T? DLLLj fl JJL TO T T1NJ17 JLI1JLJ nTZ Jj-- I' &- - uu wen For Ivor rxnt iwnlt Nov-1 on VSf Mam r. li carter, cojiecior letter pav up befim oir -- room cottage and alt noco4iry outbuildings, well fenced. Apply to Bud Holderman Wanted to borTow Jl.bOO on good J etcurity. This office. Sl Five u HEATING 35 C4-.- as 35 Wanted a saletmsn for this and sur- s rniinillnir inuntlPK with n lino of furnishing good", notions and pants. David Ades, Lexington, iy. 'Jit Kr sni Hricit nnu?e and two acres of land on Somerset street; tiice Birenj uuusv cottage on fc.asi and Sf acres on East .Main anu ancr s of land on JJaniinuc.i nmi fivo vlllo avenue. Apply to Harvey Holm. first-clas- STOVES ETC. o o Main Street. Mrs Kentuchv For sale privately m) home on East, - B Cook, Stan-lord- Sheriff "W. L. McCnrty will be In Hufttonville Saturda). Oct 10 irom I A. M.. to 11' M , for the purpose leput T S ltevot COllectlne; mitda will collect tre taxes lor me e .t W. H. :::-- HI GO INS, Stanford, Kentucky. O OCH?JOO I rA-irv- li wi MmrFT if Es&xztiM&EKbrtt&nm iTr" r- - Ciyriklit Hrt y.lutfmr .v Ma-- x in our YOU'LL find here of good store "the greatest clothes: more first on earth" thoroughprize winners than anywhere else; all the high-clasbred styles; and you can just as well take a first premium as n ot s, Hart Schaffner all-wo- ol & 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$15 to $35.00 Cummins THI Arfwtt & Weareni MARX CLOTHES STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 8TORE 18 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER JpTP. -, magisterial dlstitct at Up will have all ic.uls waviuMiuinr cialnw tu residents of that ungis Mrtal dtatritt ad pav tin m t tti tin payments ot tnxe m- ...... fk Moving picTitre ihnv li ill li.,-- . L pyeriUuiK in n "' " , ,. movwi khday to the thitoituui sii .u aide Hotlou reUuratit wUI b ran mr ailt si m A cammlttirirVpre-entativ- . ford hmii will (a to 1aiuisviii' n xi weak to taka up the null, i i a new topot with th L. & Manual. L. T Mwron. .1 Lan. i i Lain m ter, accompaiUed by (III to Mt Veil in, 1 It '.tj, " u Oay to purchase fiom ' 1 1 loads ot rok which will b. pUmd on I aiRastei t sUt8 monu Hsrrv jaco5srho"1kicTii.ni u.an. who aas built up a splen uiwu did bubinefcs nil thiouRh this mction, Is preparing to move to Stanford to innko his home and open up his large monument works Mr Jacobs is progressive and a hustler and will ho coidlally welcomed here W, F. Drs. J G Carpenter and Hlckle will leoturo at the Christian church at Hubble next Sunday after-uooat .' 30 olo'ock. Five Jars of pathological sperlmeus vvlll be exhibited at that Hma Wm Doane. of Cedar Creek died Wednesday night of typhoid fever He Is survived by hia wife and four children, all grown Ho came to this county several yire ago from He was about 65 years of age church of and a atrlct member ot the attest uat Christ Mb nelghbore alt neighbor. b wm a Bcod cIUmb wd Wtaymburg &0 &&& O fis & 0000$ Q O O &9Hc9 g Cm QWB, (l,WyWJSLi;"J't.B WWWfWIIME "i'; I JagHSSg')C' W. L K. Hiule T. V. 11a uVe 0' Ifaf i v . .ew Uress &QQC et I I We are showing: a beautiful line of New Wool Goods-iblack and colors, in the new diagonal weaves.French serges, stripes and u3SflsM.i3S n n I est assortment of trimming we have ever shown in Braids, Persian bands, and buttons. Call and see us before buying. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. All-ove- rs. Hock-castl- i Pry Goods,; Notions, Shoes STANFORD, KENTUCKY ft a A. .AttX IM. i .1.1 Co THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS . FRIDAY, OUTOUBR Mth, 1910 Bery Woman IiookiDjj For a Tailored Salt Can Find What She Wants Here ar foJj50. More than 600 suits now in stock and a full press wagon load to open today. A great many single pk Suits were picked up on our buyer's recent trip to New yfc"wnich insures individuality in Style, $ur alteration department now in direct connection Roatfe--- - $jI)ur buyer has just returned from his second trip this son to the New York market a trip made necessary ? by our unprecedentedly large sales in Ready-to-Wethis big assortment of eniall and while there secured a tirely new and novel effects in Ladies' and Misses Tailored :Suits, Coats, Dresses and Persian Waists. Late styles that . are now being shown for the first time, and at prices much Slower than prevailed earlier in the season. Prices range from $12, $15, $20, $25, $28.50, $35 up a Ladies' tailor of wide experience, who has sociated with her Mrs. Moore and Miss Hoover, also experts Joifcis line. Jn every way we have planned to make this the most Store in Central Kentucky. And. helpful since it is the busiest, we mnst have succeeded. ome in and see the new arrivals in Coats, Raincoats, juDr&sses, Tailored Suits, Separate Skirts, Waists, Party Dresses jand Kimonas. You will be welcome whether you contemplate a purchase or not. Ready-to-We- ar wiih &ur Ready-to-We- ar department is in charge of Mrs. WELSH & WISEMAN CO., Danvifle, Ky. 4JaaaNaaBk. It you have anything in the to sell J. S. Moberly, McKlnney. 63-wheat drill, good as Plain nine-hol- e new, for ante cheap. W. I. Logan. Lot tuoMnsure'your barns and tobacco. W A. Trlbble. For Sale. A well Improved fans o( 20 acres, near AIL Salem, household and kitchen furniture, stock, and P, II. Woodson, Alt rnrmlng tools. Salem, Ky For Sale A few thoroughbred Jersey boag pig. April farrow Durham, Price rensonablc T. J. 59-Crab Orchard. Phono 17 acres of good For Kent About fall tras Airs. Martha V Klrbjr. For Sale. 7G 700 to 900 pound yearling and WA steers Coffey, AtcKlnney. steer For Suit 36 head of 900-lb-. tattle. Can be seen on J. A. Kobln sons farm For prices sea-- L write I' r Motion Lebanon.call on or For Sale 2 good young owes and buck mo.it of tliem pure tnri oit Shropshire J Frank Smith, llox 84 Stanford Ky. Strnsed or stolen from my pasture on Dlx rher a small steer weighing 600 or 700 pounds. Anyone Kiting Information as to hi srecovery wll bo rewarded. Frank Cordler. At the sale or J. It Itrynn on tin? P.invlllo pike Thursday a good crowd was present and everything sold high Mules went nt lllti; n marc at J 10.'., another $75; milk cow sJSO; jearllng i utile L'; hogs 12 ceuts n pound ex- Co i J P Chandler cried the salLivingston Cooper one of the most sam-- - prominent citizens of Vane county ul mid for miiny years a valued xcrltier of the I. J , bus moved to the Mnreliiud section where he buoght n fine farm ot 42 acre, for which re paid nlimil Jj.OOu. He will be cordial-- l welcomed as a resident ot l.lnrotn Hose at .Marcel At the sale or O old nt I'm ii bunch o( brood sows as- prices ranging tnnn IS5 to $M) per shoats hisid and 27 head or A team of sold at 12 cents a pound ynrling mules sold for $:i5t and nnoth er pair at 1335 and mule colts brought rrom J7.i to $10t' A pair or aged mules sold readily lor H'.O and an Inferior tenm at $:6" Cattle brought trom $ I "0 to Ja per hundred Farm lug Implements bnxight gool prlres Money was everything sold rendll.v plentirul and bidding was "Spirited T M (Sren the great horse owned by t nl 1) N Prowltt, and Senator It I Iluhble, won the second race nt Churchhlll Downs Wednesday The stake was worth $M.o Kstra- y- Large Poland China boar; home-mad- e ring In nose Notify At S. Baughman Mtenton Tobacco grower! Don't fill to attend the tobacco meeting at court house Saturday Oct. 15 1:30. Some of our leading farmer are tak ing special Interest In this mettlng. ves. 4 49-2Du-ro- c 4 C5-C2-2G5-4Cti-- For Bale. Z large steers and IS cal- The Crossett Shoej! When it comes to dress wear, Crossett Shoes arc what you want. We have every style, last and color. Work Shoes And medium wclftht. Wc have a line, the best made from hand sewed to a machine made We have the Inpcstructablc Shoe for the farm that we absolutely guarantee. If not good, money refflndeq or a new pair. Ask your neighbor. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. Sig '' i SCHOOL SHOES ! i Buy your Children's School g S Shoes from L. L. Sanders and get W a nice School Box with each m i S ' pair. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. I STOCK -Take to 11 Large Slock Of RUGS AND DRUGGETS IN NEWEST DESIGNS NEW FALL AND WINTER LINERY. CINCINNATI MARKETS 14 OcL Cattle He celpu 768; market slow and weak; tair to good shippers t'j.COjf J 73; com mon $2.50&3., Hogs Hecelpi I.SM Cincinnati, era und shippers $9 lOfcf tf.llO; common J6vj8.85. Sheep receipts 1,077; mar-ek- t steady, 205. Lambs AlaJrket market strong 10 tftV higher; butiN tMkWfiSw steady, 3.256.90. MIL' 100 acres In tine shape; crop goes He buy?and sel every day in the BIG LOT NEW AND SECOND with. Better come quick. J. At ReyHAND nolds Waynesburg. year except Sunday. Bring on FURNITURE HANDLED SEP. your sf ck. Beat market in ARATELY FOR SALE PRIVATELY the State with plenty of This 200 acre rarm or virgin soil ad and water beM crvered pen, outside of Louiaville or Lexington sale privately In the next 30 UNDERTAKING STOCK FULL AND Is --STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed business. days. Location S mtlep trom Stanfnrl COMPLETE. on Co and . ii!t-- form I'nnvi ' StanforJ and Danville n)k.' with a CEO. B. PRUITT, 6,000 brick dwelling with xood bn-- i. Morelnnd, Ky. and other o.it houses .md i ear school -house and a jjood nelshliorhoo-I- . Terms reasonable. For rurther inNotice that we say Food THE CALL OF THE BLOOD formation write J. P Chaualer, Stan(or purification llnds olce in pimples, ford, Ky., n. F. D. No I, Hot 2 Cutters, not food macer-ato- rs ?IHUH94w3HL')Ah jsaar Nunnelley's New Stock Yards LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE ?HsH ' JM slim frT I I and ailments ot the throat, chest and lungs. Contains no opiates. Shugars and Tanner. MORE THAN THREE OE- CADES. holey Honey and Tar has been a household fuvorlte for coughs, colds FOR ! Here is a Remedy Will Cure Eczema i That "WE PROVE IT." rr ' A'BODY BUILDER ro THE JSiamond Edge Food Cutters IrElslsO A IHO AND TISSTl,RS,f,nVrom druggist llOvJUJUO.tlio flODUC Why waste time ana monoy experimenting with greasy salves and lo- , .uu-iiiiiik io anve me eczema UDd,?""?at he skin when I at the drug store guar- - J? fOWEinit 3TBEN0TH HECOHSTtUCTlOH TONIC TOg THE BL00B AHD HtiVOUS STSTtH. A nor choppers, but Cutters. The Diamond v -- Jfce Diamond Edge Food Cutter ia so carefully adjusted r&ax the toughest tendons In meat are cut clean. A Diamond Blge Food Cutter turns with probably half the exertion required in other kinds as a rcsnlt of this clean cutting principle. It cuts meat into sausage, shreds cocoanut, Nte slaw, also has a pulverizer attachment for making; .mt fcutter, grinding pepper, coffee, etc. The fastest cutter rsoade Let us show you. FOR SALE BY GEORGE H. FARRI8. STANFORD. KY. NOTICE. '& Edge Food Cutter actually cuts the food as clean as a pair of scissors cuts paper. bolls, sallow complexion, n Jaundiced look, moth patches und blotches on the skin, all signs of liver trouble. POSTED Hut Mr. King's New Life Pills make rich red blood; give clear skin, rosy .. I. nrwvn it sd fTkn kitntln. cheeks, fiso complexion, health. Try them. 25 cents at Penny's Drug Store. nearly everyone wants to post his KlfM Bsltls rarthsMd TUy Slsrls a the Iisi to HtsKfc. Tn Guarantaad to Give Satisfaction or Money Refunded. PENNY'S SOLD 8Y an toes ZKMO, a clean liquid prepara tlnn fnr Atlpmnl ,ia in i i.i 'or tho germ lire that causes the (trouble? Ono application will re lieve mo itcmng and oftentimes one bottlo Is sufficient to cure a minor case ot eczema In over 2,000 towns and cities in .. the agency for ZEMO and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made br I (merlca. the leading druggist has this c!CS, iiuipio treatment. ZhMll a mugnizru as me cleanest and nineteen acres ot land adjoining same, now owned by Clarence J. Hippie, the bankrupt above named, and also interest in the growing crop district court ot the United one-hatin taftataa for the Eastern district o( upon the said land. Given under my hand this the 19tn iXtatnckf, in the matter or Clarence day ot Algust, 1310. jJS, 'Slppk, Hankrupt. R. A. DYCHE. Trustee. , ..'Nttlco of Sale on Bankruptcy. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, .DytvLiue ot an order entered by J. I tij lt .Saunder, rereree ta the abore .case, I, as trustee ot same, smill on Saturday the 22nd dty or tOttobor A. V., 1910, between the tkUKCi0t 10 o'clock a. s. and 3 o'clock jfi. .m am tho premises being G2 acres ,.0Z Una land, situated In Lincoln . .eountjr, Kentucky, on the water of river, adjoining the Denham jjCmto, juid lying near the postoQIco of dtunbo, Kentucky, expose to public best bidder, Ate .to tho hlghest-an- d itw ebbb In hand, the above described parcel of land, together wltt --- Everything forOrchard Lan , .atylgd and Garden. Write for i'jvit Catalogue, flo. Agents H. F. HiLLENMEYER & SONS. Lexington, Kentucky. FARM FOR SALE. 2 mile southeast of' Hustonville. known aa the Cloyd farm, 60 acres In wheat stubble, remainder In grass; well improved' and a nne stock (arm; will sell at af bargain. A, W Carpenter, Atoreland. 231 .fki acres, iiE&r WORSE THAN BULLETS. e Multets have olten caused less to soldiers than eczema, L. W Having decided to give up fanning Ilarrlraan. Durllngton, Ale., got In tho Penny's drug store. D.C. Allen I will sell to the highest bidder on army, and sutrered, with, forty years. "Hut llucklen's Arnica Salve cured inn Thursday, October 20th, WILL LEAVE when all else failed," he writes. Oreat Public OF HU3TONVILLF. Sale of Hustoiville TUESDAY FOR TEXAS WHERE est healer for sores, L leers, UollsT The following personal property: SPEND HE WILL LIKELY Hums, Cuts, Wounds, llrulses and All kinds of farming Implement-suc- h Preperty THE WINTE.'t Piles, 25 cents at Penny's Drug Store as wagons, rakes, mowers etc. Two large work horses. 1 family marc, ot Hustonville, P. Having other property In Hustoa- gentle, 1 brood mare by Enoch Arden day C. Allen Antonio, Texas, left Tues lb Tfctf U nor CmUrtk In IhU Mttloii Mure he (hta all olktr dtorwM put tocitbrr. tailetuntil touBUy vllle I will on for dan u lau 1 mare by Ualtori. 1 b tamable, for a tn spend the winter. He r ill nmke fw jura iu ivippoM la maay rtan dottora praaouan4 II a local dlatua u4 old liny by Dignity Dare, 9 Cattle :.'! will Saturday Nov. 5th, 1810 heep 3 goods Jennets, 1 Jack rol the tnp over byIh'j Qi.eenNew Cnwcent prtcrlUo local rmlk. and br couuatif taMM sell the following described real estate local .vay or (h leans. to cur with prorratrratmtai. toprooouacatl It tacunbl. Route, going b a coattltutloaal dav extra good, 6 mules one y tiu frame house, with 18 seelterj rataa nre now Bclcac aad latranm Caurra caaatltutloaal traatmcab Ono aata, tatiima 2 yearlings. Also Sncclal home thre corn, CaUrrb Cura. bolng mnde by this road, eltective the Mail - TaMa. Obla. lananulatturad b T 1. cur oa rooms, arranged so that two families lot of Oonauiutloaal CoIk oolr fodder, etc, surrey, buggy, it; two back yards; oae taa II U lat rirst and third Tuesdays in catn drop natttl. KajpooaruL talrreallf ta doaea lb from It can live In vacant building bucklmard, harness and milk cows. blood extra nice II acta dlrtrtlr oa lot; oae to a Aiore-lauHUNTING At the same time I wll month, the round trip tare rroui raacom lunana ot laa trttam. TkT otcr oa y aa4 largo good barn, to San Antonio being S37. These huadrad dollar tn aar caw It taut la cur. BM extra bam; 2 large sheds; 2a lasting rent my farm or 180 acres mile west livery circular aad tMtlowatala or Atoreland. It has all necessary Im- home seekes tkk'ili are "cd for i forAddraw r. t. CHKNEV CO. Toledo. OUo. wells; one back lot. provement, ft or six acres for tobac- days and permit of .Iboral stop over Bold br Drutikta. tM. Tbls property la well fenced and In i co, 27 acres for corn, 68 acres for privileges on tho goin trip, i ue win-te- r TM UoU iuaur rill (or aaoMlfaUot, eood renalr: has all outbuildings neces tourist excursion rates v ill be- A small grain, remainder in grais. J. 1' medicine NOTAN.Bary and Is situated on Main and Col Chandler, Auctioneer! Terms given come effective next Sat'irdav and ARCOTIC lego streets, one square from very tins on .day of sale. J. J SI'BAltS, .More-lan- tickets will bo on sale daily. The price Get the genuine Foley's Honey and grnded school; one square front tho Ky. or winter tourU: tlrkeU for the round Tar in the yellow package. It is safo Christian church; one square from trip will be 131.40 und are good until und eirectlve. Contain no opiates, liaptlst church and two squares from tho first ot June, 1011. Attorney Chen-tiul- t Kefuse substitutes. Shugnru and Tan- Fresh) terlan church, and Is in a splenEUREKA PORTRAIT CO., lluselev nud his incle Mr .Incob ner did neighborhood m "Incorporated" llugeley, o( I)anilie, nuve 1 will also sell one Curtis & Held SALE! FARM FOR Makes a specialty of nil kinds trom a trip to Houston and glass-fron- t carriage, as good aa new; of portraits In oil sepia, crayon, Uosenberg, Texa i having uudo the 80 acres lying miles wesi of two good high wheel sulkies; two pastel, India ink and water col n 'onvcrsitlon Highland; a good cottage and out- phaetons, one tnp via St driving cart; ors, work guaranteed. with a retisrto.- tlio Mofsrs, lliweley houses, barn etc, G fields fenced; one Hancock disc plow and 600 or 600 to We are picpared to framo pic acres in cultivation; plenty bales of No. I bay. about say thut the oniv ideal tures of every description. Texas Is over thu vjueon & Crescent or water. Iteason tor selling outvnot Snlo begins promptly at two o'clock. on farm.; Price rearori. Prices reasonable. Office and route by tho way of Nu.v Urlcnua. anleT Terms made known on dav of nle, factory opposite court house, Kor other particulars address by This Is the way they usually i;o. Klec JAS. A. KINO. tiO-Lancaster Street. phone or otherwise. trlc lighted coarnm, ohHurvntlon Jni Hustonville, Ky. dining cars combine to aud comfort D. S. CARPENTER. two-stor- Public Sale and Renting with name.) L. I). Denlam. place The charge Is cents cash OrtUU STORE. most popuRir treatment for ecztma, plmplns, dandrufr and all other forms of skin or scalp arrectlons whether an infant or grown person. Will you try a bottle on our recommendation? V Car d two-stor- reliable & 2 lijgu-clas- luts - two-hors- e h ii turrit I .r- - " " Mmcir - Vrr- - w caaa'itw'att jMa aTar-- '' car-oV- JCM?f-- -