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I JHE I r rQB J0TMI II IrSHALL EIGHTH DISTRICT 1 LINE UP FOR CANNON CONGRESSMAN HELMDELIVERS VIGOROUS ADDRESS AT DAN VILLE MONDAY A largo crowd heard Congressman Helm speak at Danville He dealt Bomo powerful blows to the inter ests and the Klgtith district republi Gene who seek to send a man to Con sresawholJl Vote for Cannon and support all the Intercuts he and the Aldrich gang represent Mr Helm Bald In part The Republican machine la this Congressional district does not appear to be In good working order but badly out of gear On the 9th day of August last the Itcpubllcans met lu conven lion at Danville and after adopting a platform of the Btandpat variety places Mr It iw Kwell on same Tho platform still stands It has not boon renounced by true highbrows who con muted themselves the whole party i and selected Iho present nominee with out any reference whatever to the wishes of the voter of the Republican party nor has It been renounced by the present nominee himself Mr Kwell simply stepped off of It because ho found It was rotten and discovered that those who framed It up did not understand the temper of the people nor the drift of sentiment of his own party in this district Ho attempts Congressman Helm of th Eighth District however to conceal his real motive in wiUidrawlrigby saying that his eyesight It bad when as a matter of fact he has recovered his second vIsin- nandqultbocauee I he saw the writin- giclberrtll V Road the Platform The platform Is a very significant document as reported by The Ken tucky Republican Resolved That we heartily en done the splendid administration Ot president William H Taft jn Us n tlMty and specially that Iayn Aldrch Tariff mil the partlculrftilof wJlch are suMclenl guarantee of a con of the greatest era of prow kauwnMittJ lleiflved That the State of Je Mucky has the right to feel Justly proud 6t the record sad achievements of Sen itor W O Bradley who Is one of the Jfqreraost Republican leaders of the na 11 We especially commend him for- ate untiring efforts for the tobacco and growers ot Kentucky and as an pointkhUB veterans of the Blue and the toray JWe approve and endorse In un term the splendid businesslike and faithful administration of the itttate ofllccrs by Gov Wlllson and the fWher officers That platform Js strictly a stand Hit declaration of tho third degree at U a covenant with tho special In Jtercsts and privileged classes to tho very front door of which its trail leads t is anendorsemnn of the Cannon Aldrich regime and Is a pledge of con fidence In them though It the nom inee says to them You can use mn Kvoryonc who votes for the Repub lican nominee In this district O Ks tho Cannon Aldrich program and Ihsreby rrUtm his approval of tho Taft administration and tho Payne Aldrich Dill that has caused a tebel lion within tho Republican ranks from Maine to California This platform k upon which the Republlcan nominee In stands has a commer cial value on Wall street and I havent the slightest doubt that If he will ex hibit It to Steel Trust the Tobacco Trust the Sugar Trust orany of tho special Interests In whose behalf the s iPayneAldrlch Rill was framed he will be able to a campaign fund on Its tactValpe alone It Is one of Joe Cannpfts nerq regulators v The roan that votes for the Repub Jlcani nominee does so after being fully advised and warned that the Re Iubllcan nominee If elected II not find pa net fceffixptcted to yote to alter change or amend the PayneAldrich Bill because the convention that framed up the platform on which ho stands has not only endorsed the bill In its entirety but pronounced It a guarantee of the continuance of tho greatest era ot prosperity that this country has ever known With this as his commission from the chosen delegation of the people who In sol emn convention undertook to voice the sentiment of the Republican party In this district he would not be un true or unfaithful to the trust confided In him especially when there was a protest oh the floor of the convention against the adoption of the platform which was overwhelmingly defeated and tho stamp of condemnation place upon any opposition to the standpat pial adoptedItdldato on tho above platform would if elected vote for Cannon for Speak er for which position he is now a can dilate So the voter who supports the Republican nominee Is again deliv ered over to the System The first declaration madn by the Danville convention Is that We heart ily endorse the splendid administra lion of President William II Taft In Us entirety Is this because that In his Winona itpeech ho said tho Payne Aldrich Dill Is the best tariff bill that was ever passed by Congress and en domed it us a compromise with his promise of a revision downward Is it because Just before the adjourn ment of the last session he sent a ape vial message to that body before the bill was a year old asking It for the appropriation of 1250000 and to Invest him with the power of appointing a special commission to secure informa tion not for Congress that mdcr the constitution has exclusive Jurisdiction of all revenue measures but inform thou for tho President 1 Is It because ho wants to further revise the very bill that has received his blessing and Is now being praised because through It I7tooo000 more taxes have been collected under its operation than under the Dlnpley Bill with corre spondingly heavier burdens on the people Did this same convention endorse his administration because he attempted to turn over throuph his secretary Mr Balllnger tho Alaskan coal field i and great water powers of tho Northwest to Morganfiupgcn helm syndicate as well as tho sugar land or the Philippines to the Sugar Trust through his Attorney General Mr YlckershamT Was It because Mr Taft surrounded himself with a cab inet composed of men connected with tho trusts and corporations Was It because ho had dismissed faithful ofll clals from public office because of their loyalty and patriotism Was It be cause the railroad bill prepared by his Attorney General and sent to Con gross to bo passed without attention or amendment and which would have been a virtual repeal of tho Sherman antitrust law Was It bccanso he put party solidarity above tho nations needs and the welfare of the people Was It because the conservation bill ho had presented to Congress was more favorable to exploitation than conservation Was It because he re fused to permit Congress to invests Kale the sugar frauds in New York Was It because ho has abandoned the White House and la making a mov lag picture show of himself TattiHlmsslf With Special Interests President Tafts alignment with the special Interest Is demonstrated by the railroad bill that he bad presented to Congress with Instructions to pass without amendment and In order to force Its passage withdrew Federal patronage from those Senators and Members who dared to amend It and threatened to veto It If amended This bill as Introduced provided for First A court open to the railroads bUt closed to the public with power given railroads to enjoin the orders of the Interstate Commerce Commission SecondAuthority In the court to overrule findings of fact and to de ermine disputes on broad grounds of public policy Third Power to injunction on ex parte hearink- sFourthNo appeal allowed the ship per or the public PllthDeprirlag- the Interstate Commerce Comml Itof Its rights to appear by counsel be f fro ccartoaAppealfrom its DndfhtV Slith Depriving the shipper of the right to a hearing before the court oo rate disputes Seventh Giving the Attorney General lull tower to prosecute or dismiss In rote cases at his personal pleasure Klghth Giving the railroads specifically the right to ap counsel with prepared cases NlnthReJJelilinc the AntiTrust Law In Its application to railroads and lrgallxlng agreements between roads as to rates Tenth Legalizing railway consolidations of all character Klov enth Legalizing the watering of rail road stork An + r ellmlniMng these vulnerable features and Inserting t along and short haul features placing tho burden of proof on the railroad to show the Justness In tho Increase In rates and other valuable and liberal extensions of the power of the Com mission tho bill was passed Taft Claims Legislation At this point In his speech Mr Helm ably and at length showed conclusively that Mr Taft and his In donors were claiming as a credit to his administration th S enactment of a long list of legislation that was In real ity a part of the Democratic platform and forced through Congress by the Democrats with the aid of the revolt- Ing members of the Presidents own party Among these he mentioned the Presidents emasculated railroad bill that would have been ruinous to all but the railroads If passed as Introduced the campaign contribution bill the removal of Cannon from the Rules Committee the Income tax amend ment tho employers liability act and others not only passed by the socalled minority but provi6sriiJfeJit ke Dem ocratic platform and IgKored In the Republican National platform Ite erring to those bills for which Taft claimed credit ahd to which the Re lubleanl were really entitled he said that the postals saving bill really con cealed the central bank bill that they were afraid to pass till after the election The ship subsidy steal Federal Incorporation and central bank meas urea nil star features of tho Taft administration were defeated In other words tho Democratic minority became the majority party and controlled the legislation of the last session Going hack to the Danville conven tions plank Wo especially Indorse in its entirety tho JarnpoAldrlch Tarter I UUL he becan to quote some aledso I b11 irstacr otona wrtn wren orrthfCTm meat Republicans particularly Sent ors Dolllver and Cummins had at + mpted to brat from It Its worst and most fraudulent features Quoting liberally from Senator Cummins denunciation of the many features of the bill put In It In the Interest of monopoly and winding up with his state ment that Wo have revised the tarlft In response to an overwhelming Re publican sentiment and have succeed ed In taking off about onofortysccond of Iho average imposition upon dutla bid goods In Quoting from Republican Senator Brlstowa denunciation of the hill and Its authors personal Interest in the fraudulent features thereof he showed that this Republican Senator came from Kansas where the Payne bill ap plies In that agricultural section as it does in the Klghth Kentucky District and quoted from Senator Brlstow as baying that Under the leadership of Aldrich and Cannon Instead of revis ing tho tariff as we promised duties were fixed not with a view of protect ing legitimate American Industries or of securing revenue for the govern ment but for the purpose of promoting fedidualsfrom liristows speech In denunciation of the tariff bill and his brother Re publicans who framed It he wound up with this sentence from the recent Kansas State Republican convention platform We do not recognize tho re vision Of the tariff of 1909 as a oath factory fulfillment ot the tariff pledge of tho Republican platform To show that Mr Taft has made an unconditional surrender to the Inter eats he quoted his speeches before the election On September 22 1908 at Cincinnati Mr Taft said If I am elected President I promise the nation that I will use every liber of my being to curry out honestly and decently the tariff revision promises of the Re publican platform Two days later at Milwaukee he said it Is my Judgment that a revision of tho tariff In accordance with tho pledge of the Re publican platform will be on the whole a substantial revision down ward To show that ho did not keep his promise he said Lei us apply the gauge to this tariff bill There Is an Infallible test for tho bill tho records show that In 1907 329109342 were collected on Imports under the Dingle rates then In force Now take the identical goods in the exact quantities and apply the Payne rates as now fixed applying them Item for Item schedule for schedule substituting Payne rates for DIngley rates the amount collected would have beer 3347i8344 an Increase of 5649002 or 171 per cent Make another test If you please The DIngley tariff con slats of 2024 items of these there were unchanged 11 CO leaving changed Sit Items Of this number 220 were raised and 654 reduced with this re suit The 2024 Items of the Ding ley tariff yielded as stated above 329109342 The 220 Items the Payne law Increased 13287308 The 664 items the Payne law decreased u 7638 30 In other words the Increase on the 220 Stems yields 4 per cent of the total revenue while the decrease on the 654 Items yield 21 per cent of the total revenue which demonstrates that while there was a reduction downward by Items there wall a revision upward as to results Continuing he said In the elites where the high cost of living Is being felt very acutely the Republican candi datesare telling the people tttftt lie increased cost of living Is not due to the tariff bill because the tariff tax un farm products articles of food wan reduced In the agricultural districts the Republican candidates are telling the farmers that the high pries of farm products are not due to the tariff bill It Is true thst the tariff on food products was reduced It Is a remark able bill that can enrich the manu facturer by Increasing the tariff on his output and at the same time enrich the farmer by decreasing the tariff on his product Extravagance of Republicans Mr Helm next called attention to the extravagance ot the Republican party stating that The public busi ness transacted by the Federal Con press had grown to stupendous propor lions Kxperlence Is a valuable asset of the representative who has to deal with this immense volume of business the voter may In a measure obtain a partial knowledge of Its magnitude when he realizes that the appropria Ions made and authorized go far be yond the billiondollar mark as ap pears from tho following Agriculture 3 134576 6 00 Army 95440567 55 Diplomatic and consular 4116081 41 District of Columbia 10608045 99 Fortlticatlona 591720000 Indian 926658 00 Legislative executive and Judicial 34159767 00 Military Academy T836249 87 Wavy 131350854 38 Pension l5575tQ09 40- Postofttce 23907020 00 Rivers and harbors 11329113 50 Hundry civil 11394lOl 82 Deficiencies 1910 andIprior years 12722739 80 Miscellaneous 2000000 00 Reclamations projects reimbursable 20000000 00 Permanent annual ap propriations 130931595 12 Imperial Valley appro priations 1000000 00 Hems authorized but not appropriated forPublic buildings con tracts authorized 27000100 00 Rivers and harbors con tracts authorized 10618C05 00 Navigation contracts authorized 111905000 Dank note redemption l Io Plt tuuu 300000000 00 Total 109C27C155 44 The total shows an Increase of 41 000000 over 1910 Payne Bill Affects This Section Discussing the hemp and tobacco sections of the Payne bill Mr Helm said Tho Importance and value ot these sections to the farmer have been overstated by Senator Bradley who In his speech delivered In Louisville August 16 said In my Judgment tho passage of the tobacco bill would have Justified every Congressman from Kentucky In voting for tho present bill and the Republican newspapers in this district have criticised my voto against the Payne bill on account of the tobacco and hemp sections of the till The statement of the Senator Is unwarranted and the criticisms of tho papers unjust as I will undertake to demonstrate It Is no benefit to tho former to ratio th tariff on the raw material and decrease the tariff on the finished products of hemp as well as of products that can be substituted for or used Instead of hemp products as was done in the Payne bill Fur example yarns made of Jute a substi tute for hemp were reduced from 45 to 35 per cent Cables and cords com I posed of lathe Tamplco fibre Manilla sisal grass ail substitutes for hemp or a mixture of any of these from 1 cent per pound to i per cent a pound Threads cords or twine composed ot flax hemp or ramie from 7 cents per pound to f cents per pound Mats and rugs made of hemp flax Jute etc from C cents per square yard and 35 per cent 10 4 cents per square yard und 30 por cent Hydraulic hose made In whole or In part of flax hemp etc from 20 tents per pound to 15 cents per pound It should be borne In mind that under tho rule adopted by the Repub IIcan majority to force the Payne BUI through tho louse without debite no nmendmcn or vote was allowed on any of these items or any others except petroleum barley barley malt lumber and hides So much for tho hemp proposition I voted for the Stanley tobacco amendment offered by McCall which was of substantial benefit to the farmer In that it permitted him and his subsequent vendee to sell tobacco in the natural leaf without any restric lion whatever This amendment was taken out of the bill In the Senate and Instead the following was substi tuted Every person shall bo regard ed as a retail dealer In leaf tobacco whose business it Is to sell leaf tobacco in quantities of less than an original hogshead case or bale or who shall sell directly to consumers or to persons other than dealers In leaf tobacco or to manufacturers of tobacco snuff or cigars or to persons who pur chase In original package export That Is only the beginning of this Senate amendment I quote the remainder Every such retail dealer In tobacco shall register with the collec tor of the district his name and style place of residence trade or business and the placo where such trade or business Is to be carried on and a failure to reglslerf ni hereby required shall subject sudh person to a penalty of 50 and every retail dealer In leaf tobacco shall also keep a book and e- ntr therein dally his purchases of leaf tobacco and his sale where such sales amount to two pounds or nigh In one day Such record shall be kept written up to date and shall be In such form and contain such entries as shall be prescribed by the Commission of Internal Revenue with the o the Beer tirfY olnt TreakbW1hs- uch books shall bo open at all time for the Inspection of any internal rev enue officer or agent Severe Restrictions and Limitations Further discussing this feature of the bill ho said Enough of this amendment has been quoted to show Its severe restrictions and limitations I will not say to you that this amendment will nut be of any advantage to the farmer but will permit you to Judge how great will be the benefit if any to him How many farmers are sufficiently expert as accountants to keep the set of books that Is required ot them to sell any portion of their cropAre the benefits to the farmer by reason of this amendment so great that they would Justify my vote for a bill that has multiplied the burdens of tho people and that has been condemn ed by the people from Maine to Call forniaV In closing his speech Mr Itchy said Finally we come to that portion of tho Danville platform that Approves and endorses In unqualified terms the splendid businesslike and faithful administration of the state of Aces This was Indeed the crowning act and master stroke of that conven ton I have not been In a position to study state politics very closely but somewhere I have heard it stated that the state is in debt over a million dollars that Interestbearing warrants or noted are being Issued to those hold Inn claims against the state and that the date of their payment Is nowhere In sight 1 remember thatt was stated when the Democrats went out that tho state was oat of debt and the state capitol which cost close to two million dollars was nearly paid for In other words the Demo crats pay as they go while the Republicans borrow as they go I have heard that two or three hundred thou sand of dollars had been spent by tho Governor to catch night riders who up- to the last report Lad not been caught- As soon as a Republican Governor la elected the soldiers are ordered afield and this use of the soldiers Is doubtless what the convention referred to when mentioning the splendid busi nesslike and faithful administration of the state The Governor vetoed tho Income tax amendment that Teddy says is all right s to the other state officers that r J the convention praised 1 am willing y T i o leave this praise to the officers themselves The Governor says tftat the Secretary of State Is a mollycod dIe mcompoop Bruner says th6 Governor doesnt know straight up and what Auditor James says about the Lieutenant Governor Just will stand printing while the latter says James Is another And 10lt goes In the state while the nation Is presides over by an amiable President who Is ruled by bosses who are ruled by money t CLEAR TRACK LEFT FOR HARDIN JUDGE STONE SAYS THAT HE WILL NOT MAKE RACE FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Commonwealths Attorney Charles A Hardln who Is an announced can didate for the democratic nomination probablyty K Stone of Dole county stated to the Interior Journal Monday at Dan vine that he had decided not to make the race for the nomination against Mr Hardln and this removes practi calls the only opposition which has HardinI I reasons to sacrifice the time which man would be squired to make an effec tive canvas t Judge Stone had many filonds In tms county who will regret I to loam that he Is not to run but a largo number of democrats feel that I Mr Hardlns record as Commonwealths Attorney has been such that higherII Ing n hard fight In his party IKills His Man LOCAL BAD NEGRO SHOOTS LANCASTER BLACK ON TRAIN I FIJI Bryant a local negro of a instantlyon the excursion train returning from1 Cincinnati Sunday night The shooting took place between Paris and Winchester Bryant Immediately jump- edI oft the train but was later seen riding on the trucks between the bag surII According to eye witnesses the kill ing was entirely unprovoked Bryant lb said had been cut or stuck on the lit going to Cincinnati and as he Doty coming back the latter is said to have laughingly accosted him as Muffle Mouth Bryfint imme diately went to a rear coach borrow pd a pistol from his brother and came back and shot Doty an ho sat In his seatBryant had some trouble with some negroes here recently In which he is salo to have badly beat up some eight He is regarded as a bad man Shot By White Men to t AND JIM JONES WAS ROBBED OF THREE GALLONS OF BOOZE Jim Jones a hardworking and respected Lancaster negro was shot in the chest and probably fatally wound ed by two white men on Traylors pane in the Gilberts Creek section eiirly Saturday evening He says that be was going home when they held him up and when he remarked that tluy must be Joking they fired on him They then robbed him of a few dollars and took three and a holt gal logs of whisky which he was carrying wrapped In a sack Warrants have been Issued at the Instigation ot County Attorney W S Lurch for the arrest of Charles Um tier And Alvin Thomas of the Hyatts vllle section in Carrard county chare log them with the crime Officials of Garrard said last night however that the men have skipped out and cannot bofoundA official declare his be I lint that a blind tiger is being run at tall blast In the section of the coun ty Where this affair occurred Speed Wins COURT OF APPEALS SAYS THAT HE IS NOT LIABLE ON NOTE The Court of Apppeals on Friday reversed Judgment of the Lincoln Cir cult In the caste of W 0 Speed against the Willow Springs Distilling Company of S lon ls was a suit brought by the distilling com pany to hold Mr Speed liable on a note of Hayden Shanks deceased about 700 being iniolved Mr Speed showed that lie had received a letter from appellee releasing him from lia bility on the note He thus wins In the higher court the attorneys were T J Hill ot this city C C Rugby and Chenault Hugely of Danville Attorney Huptt T Cooper of Lebanon represented tho distilling company I The pleasant purgative effect exper ienced by all who use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and the healthy condition of the body an d mind which they create makes one I feel Joyful Sold by Pennys Drug Store l7 BURLEY POOL DECLARED OFF FOR THIS YEAR I LACK OF SUPPORT FROM GROW ERS THE CAUSELEBUS SAYS CUT OUT 1911 CROP orburleyclared off by tho Burley Tobacco Society on account of the refusals of the poolThelet its members suffer by the non poolers dumping their crops on the market this year so bus called It all off and everyone now will get the lest price he can Bradley Wilson who tins beun work Ing for till pool In this and odjulnlii counties was called in Saturday atPaintlearned that Woods Walker nnd sever beenfavoringto W P Klncald of this city nt from 12 to 13 cents This knocked the bop torn out of the movement there and left a number of the smaller growers with the bag to hold and It is said that they are now demanding that they be paid as high a price for their crops There Is now talk of the Burley So- cIety starting a campaign to cut out tokeeppoothASterially reduced A dispatch from Louisville to the city papers of Sunday morning had this to say of the collapse uf tbe pool Lexington Oct 1C TlieBurley Tobacco Societys pool of 1910 collapsed like a punctured bat F loon and was officially declared of tonight at a special meeting of tie lioWithtohaccoabBntoued yearmillcot President Clarence LeUus stated tonight that while the 1910 pool had gone to smash the pooled tobacco ot t909 would be held by the sclety un tit the situation had been inmproved and better prices would be realized For the past week It has been evl totteringgbutleaders of the society cnnngto the one tope that the step taken bv the dla trlct board last week inviting outsiders to sign pledges to be placed In disinterested hands and for which meetings were to be held today would yet save the day For several days however reports had been rom lug in that buyers were scouring the country buklng up tobacco at an average ol 10 to 12 cents and that even many of the growers who were mom hers of the pool had secretly sold their crops Yesterday tbe price at which the 1909 pool was being auctioned became rejectthemgetting the money for their crops la the 1909 pool members of the 190V pool became desperate hRdromePresldlntout telegrams to all the members of the district board calling them to a earlylntheIn telling of the utter failure of the meetings held in the different coun ties and when the district board as sembled at 9 oclock every member who had rend these reports agreed that the pool was dead Hence when the situation was reviewed by President LeBus In an address to ton board there was practically nothing left but to declare the pool off and though the matter was discussed until nearly midnight it wps only postponing the Inevitable end When the resolutions were at lost offered by President e Bus they were at once adopted As he came out ot the meeting alter the resolutions were adopted Presl dent LeBus remarked This crop of tobacco is the poorest and toughest ever raised In Ken tucky and we will let them have 16 and everyone get on the dump together But we will hold on to our good tobacco pool of 190U and make them pay us good money for It yet Next year wo will go to work and cut out the crop from Canada to the Oulf of Mexico and see who will win this tight In tho long run the trusts or the organized growers of Burley tobacco I SUIT D SKIRT SHOW YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO COME TO THE SUIT AND SKIRT SHOW AT THE STORE OF SEVERANCE SON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19th WE WILL SHOW A MAKERS ENTIRE LINE OF FINE SUITS AND SKIRTS OF THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS THAT WERE NOT SHOWN EARLY IN THE SEA SON WE KNOW OF NO MAKE WHOSE TAILORING EQUALS THE WORK OF THESE GARMENTS COME AND HAVE A SUIT OR SKIRT MADE TO YOUR MEASURE AT PRICES CONSISTENT WITH DUALITYIloarreuess In a child subject to croup Is u sure Indication of the approach of the disease If Chamber talus Cough Remedy is given at once or even after the croupy cough has appeared It will prevent the attack I Sold by Pennys Drug Store J 4 ii I 2 n THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY OCTdBER 18U 1x19 1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i Established 1872 f f BVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At I Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEYPublishei Entered at the Post OMce at Stan lord Ky as Second Class malL POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorize to announce Charles A Hardin as r candidate for Circuit Judge of tit theIn The only name mentioned in connc t tlon with the proposed school fur journalism at the State University at Lexington Is that of Col W P Walton Editor of the Interior Journal for 25 J And this Is Indeed fittingly so lie has been a veritable father to us in oar short newspaper life of 10 years and whatever of success we shall ever possibly achieve will be largely due to the principles of our profession grounded into us In our long and delightfully Intimate connecl tion with Mm and his papers We want to heartily endorse overy word that our friend Edward O Leigh of the Bowling Green Messenger said In a recent editorial Mr Leigh said As one who has learned what little he knows about the fourth estate in speak1ng edge in the same calling also by hard knocks we hereby nominate Colonel W P Walton to be dean of the now I 0 school of journalism in the Kentucky State University It is barely possible fledgUnJ dash there or why you should punc ture sham at this place and throw the mantle of charity over a pecca dillo at another But we do know that after n youngster has gone through a course of sprouts In the stubble fields of the newspaper farm with Bong Wal ton to direct his steps he would either f be ready for ajob on a city paper or would be willing to go Into the mini try or the law of medicine or any other profession that was neither Buch a jealous nor so bard a taskmas terHe I might not know so much about tbft parts of speech but he would know how to build up a news Item so- Il would be read by all readers of the k sheet in which It was printed When you can turn out newspaper meb just such as Walton has turned out In his actual experience without the advan tage ofa training iff a university then the curriculum of the State University may bo said to be strengthened Rah i for Walton The tobacco pool for 1910 has been declared oft and it Is now every t man for himself and the devil take the hliOmo L The Interior Journal Is convinced that the success of the 1 pool in previous years put the price of tobacco where Linciln county far mers could raise at the profit which they have enjoyed and it Is very ap I prehensive that now that the pool is no more the growers are going to have to take Just what the buyers choose to give them and no more t Many have refused to unite with the ool and opposed it on account of methods and men in his management but there was never a great cause without some weak point and the object which was sought to be attained counterbalanced and minor objections w anyone might have found The Inter for Journal have favored the pool from first to lust because It was believed that Its success meant the largest measure ot good to the people of this t nnd adjoining counties The buyers and the trust agents have insisted that the price f tobacco was not due to the pool and now we shall see what we shall see Every grower should demand a price of at least IS cents for fels crops they paid it for many crops while they were trying tot break the pool and now that they Lave succeeded lets see if their con tention that the pool really had noth ing to do with the price holds good when there is no pool The sheriff of rayelte raided soy eral gambling Joints in Lexington last week and carted away loads of ravlette wheels ant other furniture germane to the pastime He could find no one gambling however In Stanford we see dozens of cases of wniaky shipped In on almost every train moro than any one man could possibly consume but it seems that no cleave can be obtained to those who toll it Win Another HIGH SCHOOL FOOT BALL TEAM DEFEATS DEAF BOYS The Stanford High School foot ball team won Its second straight game of the season Saturday when it defeated the strong eleven of the Ken tucky school for the dent on the Cen tral University grounds at Danville I by a score of 12 to 0 It first seemed that the plucky men t from K S D were going to take the honors easily for they plowed through Stanfords lino for substan tial gains until they approached near our goal But they lost the ball On downs Singleton kicked the ball nearly to the center of the field and the mute chargers again bolted for several yards They attempted a for ward pass and quarter back Waters grabbed tho fumbled ball and went lor n touch down alter which Single ton mado a splendid gout kick Penny went once for a good gain around right end but his body getting a great er momentum than his feet caused him to stumble Harris Coleman by a fake play made a touch down through several men R 7S1e1 q o 4d c ilj FAMOUS DOCTOR1 t PRESCRIPTION n Wesley Embry and Mike Penny did same splendid tackling Rankln Singleton and Hill did good work on forward passes Thomas Coleman and Russell Brown did good work in the line Elwood Totten held strong In the line Morrison Bright did some valiant work as center rush Taken as a whole It was a splendid demon stratlon of grit and knowledge of the conduct tbegamoLook commendable made up of courageous young men and some very good players being JIf wish to see some good playing they will be given an opportunity next Saturday playSomersetgrounds here Admission 25 cents Everyone will be charged as the expense will be large Encourage the boys and witness a good game Game called at 3 oclock Your cough annoys you Keep back Ing and tearing the delicate membranes of your throat If you want to be annoyed But If you want rellel want to be cured take Chamberlains Cough Remedy Sold by O L Penny McKinney McKinney is stilt on the map although we have not been able to send in anything for publication for some time on account of business and sick ness but hope In too future to be more prompt in sending Inthenews has been several Improvements In our town lately in the way of painting and building and the best and most needed one ws an exten sion to our depot In both the waiting room and the freight room and It gives much more room all around to handle the increasing business of the railroad company Miss Etta lleeder of the Graysvtlle Sanitarium has been hero two weeks nursing Mrs Harry Jacobs and little daughter Ada who have been sick with foyer but at present writing are recovering very rapidly Mr John Baylls of Jackson Mich was here this week visiting his sister Mrs Harry Jacobs and was much pleased with our country as ho thought It was tho finest ho had over seen for farming and stock raising Mr K J Tanner nnd family visited friends In Junction City Sunday in their auto- Tobacco cutting Is all over and farmer are busy cutting corn and sow- Ing wheat Mrs Jotm Wesley of Somerset Is here with a fino display of millinery for the ladles Our band Is progressing nicely and will give a series of concerts during the winter Harry Jacobs tho mounmont man sold an Ston monument to Mrs H II McAnlnch for her husband and her self to be placed In tho Middleburg cemetery and also one to Dr Penning ton of Stanford for his father and mother to go in Buffalo cemetery Tho Wright boys have opened up a restaurant and fruit store and will also handle yarn and woolen goods from the mill hero Elder J O Montgomery Is cor uctr tug a few nights meeting at Pine Grov church with greet deal of In attest manifested The Mount Olivo church singing choir brought their class down to Pine Grove church Thursday night and rendered good work in their sing ing services- C B Boone one of our uptodate merchants has hired to Mr Bastln of Crab Orchard to ran his largo road engine for him in hauling lumber Skin Affections WHETHER ON INFANT OR GROWN PERSON CURED BY ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP An Unusual Offer The man at the drug store nays to every person be it man woman or child who hue an irritated tender or Itching skin to conic to our store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and n cake of ZEMO soap and if you are not entirely satisfied with the resultsr come back and get your money So confluent are wo of the efficacy of this clean simple treatment that we make you this usual offer ZEMO Is a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema pimples dnndruff and other forms of skin eruption ZEMO and XEMO soap are the most economical as well as the cleanest and most ef fective treatment for affections ot the akin or scalp whether on Infant or grown person Fennys Drug Store ii3ii I Crab Orcfciri Mr Woods Peters was called to Lexington a few days since to attend court as a witness in a murder case For some reason the case was put off till next term Mr W saw the killing take place on the pike near loxlng ton while on a trip to that cityIMr and Mrs S J Tatem have just have just returned from a pleasant trip to Harrlman and the Knoxville Exposition sa Mr W L Dell the popular blacksmith to obllto be out after a four weeks spell lof typhoid fever Mr n E Thompson is about well James Singleton who has fever Is some bet ter Mrs D J Rigsby of Cedar Creek is Improving D C Payne has returned from tho Knoxville Exposition J D Anderson made a business trip to Corbin and Barbourvlllc Mrs J H Willis has returned from Florida Mr A B IJastlna train of wagons pulled by a huge traction engine as and hauling considerable more than a carload of lumber Is a novel sight as It como In James Hendrlxon will soon leave for Nebraska The sale of Robbins Bros Thursday was well attended Corn sold itt 1240 and 250 10 short yearlings 1375 each 5 yearling heifers 1525 each a yearling mule 67 pair twin mules 171 A pair of good work mule I 23C Mr W G Saylor of Pinevlllo recently bought the Itobblns farm or 187 acres for 5000 The Messrs Robbins have not located yet hut hope to stay in old Lincoln Col M H John son cried this sale- Chamberlains Cough Remedy has become famous or its cures of coughs colds croup and Influenza Try It when In need It contains no harmfu substance nnd always gives prompt rr lief Sold by Pennys Drug Store EASTLANDWALKER The following from a Louisville pa per Is of Interest here for the bride was born in Stanford and lived here for a number of years with her parents Mr and Mrs A U Kastland before they removed to Louisville Tho wedding of Miss Addle Chrlslor Knutlnnd and Mr Samuel Caldwell Walker of Perryvllle was solemnized Wednesday evening at 8 oclock at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs A O Kaitland on First Street The Rev Thomas H Cleland New Albany a cousin of the bride was officiating clergyman The decora lions In the bouse were most artistic Palms and ferns were used through out the rooms and Southern smilax was effectively draped over the doorways and windows The ceremony took place in the library before an Impromptu altar arranged between the windows Miss Louis McClano Enstlnnd was her sisters maid of honor Miss Evelyn Eastland and Miss Ethel Cleland of Danville were the bridesmaids Little Miss Afarhgaret Cleland of Winchester flower girl Charles W Crawford of Perryvllle was Mr Walkers best man The brides gown wa of white crepe de chine and hte Vore the conven tonal tulle veil Her bonnet was of brides roses and lillles of the valley Miss Louise Eastland wore n lovely dress of yellow crepe chrysantheums The bridesmaids dresses were of white batiste hand embroidered and their boquets were also of chrysan thcums The little flower girl wore a dainty frock of mull and lace Mr and Mrs Walker left Immediate ly alter tho ceremony for Boyle coun ty where they will go to housekeep- Ing nt Mr Walkers country place Among the out of town guests for the wedding were Mrs Louisa East Innd Miss Ethel Cleland Miss Bcttle Caldwell of Danville Mrs 11 L Stevens Mrs John Horace Cleland Mrs K O Cleland and little daush tor Miss Margaret Cleland of Win cheater Mr W B Walker of Perry vllle the grooms father Mr J B Walker Brooklyn N Y Charles N 1 Crawford and L 0 Tucket of Perry vllle BLOOD POISON Cured by the Marvel of the Century B B DTested for 30 Years Drives out blood poison in any stage permanently without deadly mercury with pure botanical Ingredients To prove It wo will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE- If voii hnvn nicere entlnj Sre9 Itthlng humors swellings mucus patches bone pains offensive pimples or eruptions take B B B Botanic Blood Balm All symptoms heal quickly Blood IB made pure and rich completely changing the entire body Into a clean healthy condition heal ing every sore and stopping all aches pains and Itching curing the worst case of blood poison Druggists or by express H PER LARGE BOTTLE with directions for home cure SAM PLE SENT FREE by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe your troubles nnd free medical advice given Sold by SHUGARS d TANNER there to mow CtUrrh to hit wetloa ol the tountry other 11 together and until Uw laIC Jir wu uppot5 to be incurable lOt a mat rolloullce4 It a local dtxue andDADY ynn prnbed loCal lnevabinccito cure th BIcnte baa proTen Catarrh to be a eouUtutloaal tau and thorelore r Mwntueboal treatment hails Catarrh Cure raMulKturrd by f J Cheney k Co Toledo Ohio II the only ConMIUtlonal sun on I thtmamt It lit taken Internally In flow tram 18 drops to a ttsapoonfuL n actl directly on the lobed and muro n urlC the system TAey otter one doUBrI tor w7 male It tan1 to cure tL4 to tertfmoalalaAddrrsa CO Toledo Ohio Sold by Orureute tie Take lxaxt Famny IWI toe eonstlpatbo Notice I We have n saw mill for sale with horsepower bailer 30 hp engine I a new saw mill for sale Ih cash bal sued In two four and six months e with good notes Kings Mountat Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky t H HARNESS ON A HORSE should be made so as 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 liwill get the best of Its kind nt J C McCLARY Stanford Ky REAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over again In lessened doctprs bill Jut you must be sure that It Is real it Isnt the white basin and nickeled pipes that make sanitary plumbing It Is the way they are put together have us do your plumbing We have tho know how W K WARNERP- hone 1M Stanford Ky H B Norihcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford BranchT K Timor MV WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Egg 2021C Hens 9IOc Fryers lie Turkeys 1213c Ducks 78c Roosters per Ib 55Hc I ides per lb 7c Feathers 1540cI LIME AND SALT FOR SALE 1 EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We sari please you Phone 153I J G Riddle KVICRAB ORCHARD Buyer of I All kiwis of farm produce and am paying today torIj Hens9 12 to Eggs 1- 9cSpringers11 1 to 11 l2ol 1 12CjTurkeys j Ducks 7 to So 11 tildes 6 12 to 7cl 43011Mealen Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce Phone 20 YOU CAN BUY Your coalcheaper 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 Fall An Winter Suitings My now fall and winter samples are now ready for your Inspection They comprise the best on the market 1 cnn suit any ono as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To have them motto to measure doesnt cost any more than ready made waea quality and fit Sa eentattsea ee in and let fse lain teas eawire H Co Ktgley ui metteal Tutor w O HAVE A FITT tHtH H tUIr 8fi rUrft c 0 P r e I Did you ever notice the fellow with a newlsuit of good material well trimmed and yet it hung on I him like a sackjon a postfiSure you have I The faultjjistin theFr I DRAFTING of the COAT + In the HANG of the COLLAR I the ARCH of the SHOULDER the ROLL of the LAPPEL ourJ coats j fit the average man We buy only STANDARD well TAILOLED WELL ITRIMMBD t Coats andlTHB FIT + Onr prices range from115 to 30 in the NewjBrowns And Blues i 1 tweJ H J McRoberts G L Penny It ii Colley E jl Coleman School upplioImw p4Forfor all grades We have the SCHOOL SUP WPLIES neededStationery Pencils PensitIRulers Tablets Books Fit the children out C1 himm PENNYS DRUG STORE fB Stanford Kentucky r B E9JZW Rr JLBeazleyCo f UndertaKers and Embalm Sri Also Dealers in Fur niture MfittingaRugs They will excbange Furniture for till Kinds of Stork Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Dealer In und Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Menu monts Markeu and Potts cemetery and Law Vaieinml Hutteei Omce works Mo Kinney Ky- CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I cnn hirnUh tho public with the beet 81 well ni ttiu frculit t of cut floweri plant of all kInd bulb putted Howeri on abort notice Atio woke n penalty of wreaths for forfunerul purpoiv In connection with the above I have nil kinds OXeaetttbleaon hand at reaionabl- ePrCoHniSTMAIT GREEN nOUREeI Stanford K y co II W A TRIBBLC Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phono 138 Stanford HenturSye t e 3 CONCRETING JWe lire tn petition to do all klndi of sea creting a Work Iarementi and In fact we tn make any Iblne frost s house down to A fence post We can gene you promptly end guarantee art elsu pricesAstoreJon PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky When Hungry OOTO Cariqni Restaurant Street 8tniiforiilt 4 teal served at all bona Up to IiSfl ir float place in wn for a gNd quick meal booking to suit our customers oar ip ilalty BplenUltl new llpe of fancy Groccrloi Hot Coffee Sandwiches pto DatUr milk and sweet milk etcatall Ujw A CARSON P dp irjg4lIA7ttriklr C t TUESDAY OCT9BERrlgtla cJJIlJ M THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL I t i 10 I r hChildrens Coats04 i I V e have a large assortment of Coats for all ages trop Infants to Misses 18 year size t I VVe have aquantity of sample coats atcut prices r 1rIakSEVERANCE SON Stanford Keutuckye UIIltI j PERSONAL NOTES t h- rl Alfred Penco spent a day at the Lexington trots tart week I Mr Stokes Woner was In Lexlng ton last week County Clerk George 11 Cooper was at the LoulRVlllo races Saturday Ho wag accompanied homo by Moso Cook ot Nashvllle who spent Sunday hero w w Saundcrs has been In Indian npchi Bovornl days on business Mm Ernest Wnrrell left Sunday tor Mlddlesboro after several days with Mr and Sirs Jos Ilallou- J J C Stanley who las been at IAn cuter for some time went up to Livingston on business Sunday Mrs II D Campbell of Crab Orch aid who has been vltttlng her sister Mrs J F Cummins returned home Sunday v Jrmet nclden who Is well located in IxIulBvllte was huru on a visit to relatives Sunday Tfcn ladles of the Baptist church will have an exchange and bazaar on t claimit y ford and Mr and Mrs George Kelly of Marksbury have been vliitlng Mr Mesdamestand Miss Martha Paxton Rout of Stanford weN guests at a lumptl J ous dining last Thursday at the home of Mrs D M Lackey Lancaster Het cord Mrs Wither Jones of Louisville Is the guen of her parents here Mr and Mrs J L Tottcn Mrs Jason Wesley of Danville Is KlngLiberty woreborethoroughly delighted made by his now bank The State Hank and Trust Co SaturdayThebeyond his cxpectiUons Mt Ver spentSaturdayMrs S D Hartley has gone to Paris to attend the Talbott GalUklll homo wedding which will take place Tues day evening at six oclock Recep tion from eight to eleven The CourierJournal on Sunday had the following dispatch from Frank fort which will be of much Interest hereAn engagement of Interest to Cen tral Kentucky Is that of Miss Eliza beth Wall Allen of Mlllersburg and Jesko k Alvcnon of Frankfort The engagement was announced by Julian O Allen the prospective brides lath er of Mlllcrsburg The wedding will take placo early In December and the voting couple will make their home In Frankfort Mr AUerson was formerly llepre sentatlve In the Legislature from Lie coin county and at the last two leI aloes of the Legislature was assistant clerk of the Senate lie Is widely known over Kentucky Miss Allen Is one of the mot charming and beauti ful young women In Central Kentucky Her father Is president of a bank at Mlllersbttrg Mrs J W Alcorn and daughter Miss Kate Alcorn of Stanford who are spending several days at the SeeN bach to attend the V JJ C conven Lion go tomorrow to visit Mr and Mrs 11111 Spaldlng for a few days at their home In Crescent 11111 Louis ville Post Mrs George Hunn nnd daughter Miss Fannie Hunn have gone to Arkansas where they will make their future home Mr George Hunn accompanied them but will return to Shelby City and close out his stock or merchandise before locating perma nently In Arkansas W H Hopper of this city has again matrlrulated In the Louisville Presbyterian Seminary for the ensuing year During the vucaUon bo has peen occu pyliiK the pulpit In the Presbyterian church at Burnslde Col J D Swopo the popular circuit clerk was in Frankfort on official business last week Proto J K Everett principal or the Crab Orchard High School was here on business Saturday Mr 0 II Masters of McKinney proprietor of the popular Masonic Ho tcl took the train here Saturday for n short visit to his old home at East IJernntndt I Mr W D Johnson the popular bonl face of Kings Mountain was here on business Saturday Mrs L J Goode and little grand daughter are visiting relatives In Crab Orchard Rev and Mrs Robert McMullIn of Lebanon spent several days with LUlng1ton YOU can spend more money for your clothes J than we are asking for and get a good deal less value for your money terThere is no better clothing made than these Hart Schaffner Marx Suits and Overcoats They express the art in clothesmaking in design the choicest of fabrics i t both foreign and dOn stic hand tailored Suits 756 to 35 Overcoats 15 to 30t Cummins Wearer r c STANFORD KENTUCKY THIS STORE IS THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER A MARX CLOTHES JUI I b WE FEEL PRETTY SAFE In asserting that you cant beat our qualities and prices We point to the fact of our growng business that our methods are agreeable to our customers In fact we are so confident of it that we invite you to call and if you can critisizc either the quality or prices of our merchandise The keener your judgment the more anxious we are to have you compare our offerings with that of other stores Miss Elizabeth Bailee of Harrods burg Is the attractive guest of Mrs John H Shanks Chief of Police B D Carter Is suf ferlng with a bad attack of rheum tlsni In his neck Mr and Mrs J H Woner and Mr and Mrs E C Oarman were in Lex- Ington last week Mr and Mrs J D Reynolds who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Ed Martin and other Kentucky relAtives and friends returned to their home home at Cairo Mo Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Arthur Collier of Car- lisle are the guests of Mrs Colliers brothers Messrs Richard and Robei Scudder of this county Mr E O Buckley spent last week In Knoxville attending the ExposlUon Miss Dertle llardln who has beer the attractive guest of Mrs J Fran Smith bas returned to her home at Norton Va Miss Nancy Ware of McKinney Is spending the week with friends it LouisvilleCol C Cosby of Junction City Is on the sick list his mangy friend will regret to learn SHORT LOCAL NEWS BIg Sale Saturday October 22 1UK G B Prultt Moreland Ky Six per cent penalty goes on your city taxes Nov 1 Hotter pay up before then B D Carter Collector For Sale Five room cottage and all necessary outbuildings well fenced Apply to Dud Holderman Dr Scanlnnd or Richmond will preach at the Presbyterian church Wednesday and Thursday evenings Wanted salesman for this and sur rounding counties with a firstclan line of furnishing goods notions and pants David Ades Lexington Ky For SaleDrlckhOUSl 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 rifle avenue Apply to Harvey Helm For pale nhfotely my home on East Main Mrs L H Cook Stan lord Kentucky There will be a plo supper at Gosh- en school house on Saturday night at 130 for the benefit of the chlldrcns bomb society Everybody Invited to come and help a good cause Thero will be a hallowecn party given to tho young people of Stan ford at which n mystery supper will bt served Oct iSth look for place and menu In next lasuc Cause home ulsslons THE GREAT BANKRUPT SALE OF THE WHITE STOCK IS STILL GOING ON AND A FULL BLAST A SPLENDID STOCK OF SHOES AND CLOTHING HATS SHIRTS ETC TO SELECT FROM AT AS TONISHING LOW PRICES Col J P Swope T J lUll W S lurch K S Alcorn and Congress man Harvey Helm will speak to tho voters of HiiRtonvlllo Friday evening at 7 orlocU Kvoryonc Is Invited out to hear this galaxy of orators NOTICE In the future Mr E L Relnhart will collect all water and light bills It- Is Important that you pay him promptly as service will be discontinued after ho makes tho second etfott to collect Water Light Ice Co Horton Hoyden aged 73 years ont of the most respected colored men of the city died hero last week of the nlirnilties of age He was a slave of the late Leo Hayden and liked and respected by everyone He was the fattier of John Hayden night clerk of the SL Asaph and Joo Hayden The tax books ofCrabOrchard graded school are now ready and taxes are duo The penalty will go on Nov 1 The books will always be at tho ortlceur tho Crab Orchard Banking Miss Ophelia Lackey Treasurerer Mrs J C Hays desires to thank the Germnnia Insurance Company represented by 11 C Baughman for lie of loss occasion id a large windowpane by lightning All who have papers for tao Presby erlan society will notify us at once ts we desire to sbdp in a few days Mrs J B Paxton Pros The creditors of John Trnylor deceased will please till their claims properly verified with 1B Paxton nmedlatoly Mrs Clara D Traylor Admx Tho colored teachers Institue will to held at Stanford in tho colored nptlst church October 2428 Mrs lo U Snead ot Loultmllo will instruct U Singleton Supt 2t Tho Honeymooners played to a ralr house at tho opeia house Saturday night but very few appeared to enjoy ILThe management ot the opera house was deceived as to the character of the play and was taken tn like everyone else who attended itiwj x A Winter CoattYou had best get ready for the Cool Fall Days thafferetrpoitwR The new coats arevery pretty and quite different franc lasts sao r sons styles We have a variety of styles and fabrics and they aref mg 1 reasonable prices i f A roJ j 11 these highest byodestructonnof I ThG LIttle Thmgs ThatCbutR I I 1 ISuch as Belts Bags CoBarrpfer ji Neckwear Scarfs etc mt We are showing alllfte oewesfei mft things tf VU Mt W a W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTtsT r One good second E handSUPERIOR GRAM ifJilf 1JzDRILLisl At A Bargain WIH HlOGjifai iStanford Iie I jalUGI1ESMARTIN DOry Goods Notions Shoes LSTANFORD KENTUCKYI II taken patiently and persistently caseslotstandIlugor Tablets Shugars Jones newRuv J ot the Baptist church Saturday y I j t f L w LINE OF CORSETS p L If you want to be sure of your f pure under all conditions wear a Wm nets Rust Proof Corset They arc first with every new style Wo have them in all sizes and We alsc k carry the American Beauty which is a A comfortable and desirable corset City and see them buying I fi Tanner pastor arrived NEW prices before =and preached hIs first rogtilsJ w MteresUngand ten mouths old daughters aHatt will be cordially welcomed M O amtrr rauulty TIle Presbyterian ladles wlfrbtlasvne erDec IY e matter oifDankruptcy trustee oclock waters expose Musa CIIlIaC t Leave everything in rooms and send for the VACUUM CLEANING WAGON will in Stanford the week of October Work guaran teed to give satisfaction and prices reasonable upon T W who will take pleasure in booking your also give you information or references on work which has been in your city Dr T W Pennington Represel1tativeIr rJJ m BAUGHMANS HORSE 4 AND MULE EXCHANGE JGt J J J J C G J J i Grt l 0 sOSs Homejust soldin STANFOID cSoldi1t to do more business and not to quit business iSiafldhaye Jlast with 5 car loa ds of and geldings of all sizes r from Shetland ponies to half draft mares 1 to 5 years old that will weigh x1t8Dwro 1400 when matured just the Mind to high priced mules this H 3knowfnom actual experience f t3 YEARLING 14 tol2 DRAFT F ILLiES f r 0aS AROLD 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES na3vtD 5 YEAROLD H to 12 DRAFT MARES f M03A 4 YEAROLD 14 to 12 DRAFT GELDINGS ylOCEENERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS t 34 t j JB20CSSENERAL PURPOSE MARES OISAANDED PONIES and several Shetland ponies 0 i iThese were bought In Illinois Missouri and Montana and twothirds of eatexnexe branded but were raised under fence and will handle kind and gentle PRICES FROM 915 to 200 11iJ1 cloae ot or put Into winter quarters all unsold by Nov 15 prcpara tjiorykto going to Atlanta to engage In the mule business until April 15 1911 IlVtllrtix return and prepare for iny annual sale of Mules and Broodmares cio Jw held next September As I only bought these to eat a surplus of j C2 exchange any of them for any other stock to graze especially rarlosand Am always In the market for high class mules and m14 L J H BAUGHMAN Phones 46 and 118 Stanford Ky anything STOK UNE ITakeNunnelleys Yards buysand I Sunday v td rreferbeK covered Louisville Lexington ANFORDKY do general bitch feed I I Diamond Edge Food Cutters cuts the cuts T fM meat are clean 1rd turns with half other kinds as a result this clean cuts meat into J 4 has a pepper etc cutter z us show you TOR SALE BY H FARRIS KY m r eeor Ui NOTICEI Id of Clarence jJ 5iwle e of iy vjrtue of an order entered J 7K referee in the above case 1 as of same co Saturday the dty of A D 1910 between KJtMira 10 a m and 3 oclock yfjn oa the being 52 apt farm situated Lincoln fotinty on the of Ora river the Denham ann lying near the of- 3nuabo to public to the highest and best bidder rfaroeasb in hand the above parcel of together 3 v 1 II 4J f Irry the which be last Call Pennington any done returned raise VwiU cattle If you have to sell in the JI ro New Ho sel s every day In the year except on your stock Best the State with plenty and peas outside of or We alee and business Notice that say Food Cutters not food macer- ators nor choppers but Cutters The Diamond Edge Cutter actually food as clean as i pair of scissors jDIamdnd Edge Food Cutter is so carefully adjusted tt toughest tendons in cut A Diamond r Cutter probably the exertion of winciplet It sausage shreds cocoanut also pulverizer attachment for makIng- s t4KJlSir grinding coffee The fastest It GEORGE STANFORD jKeatueky the Bankrupt ArNQ Sale by rSaader wltd 22nd October the of premises acres land In Kentucky adjoining and postofflce Kentucky Bale described ttSKtttr land with Dr orders mares Stock Bring market in of we Food a paper cutting nineteen acres of land adjoining same now owned by CiarentoJ Slpple the bankrupt above named and also ono half Interest in the growing crop tho said land 19thdayI 7 R VDYCHE Trustee FRUIT AND SHADE TREEs Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Agents- H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Kentucky FARM FOR SALE I 231 acres 2 12 miles southeast of Hustonvllle known as the Bennett Cloyd farm 60 acres In wheat stubble remainder In grass well improved and a fine stock farm will sell at a bargain A W Carpenter Moreland IIIU4Pu 1 Sells Nice Farm M C FLOYD Or PULASKI BUY- St9HANK8PLAcE Hon W HTSfianka last leek sold his farm of 130 acres on the Somerset pike Adjoining the Logans Creek church to M C Floyd of Iulankt coup ty for 6000 Mr Shimks still owns his large farm on Somerset plko but decided to sell his smaller one on account of other Interests which oc cupy his ttmn It id nice land Mr Floyd gets possession November 16th Public Sale Having sold myI farm In this county I will on October 21st 1910 sell publicly to tho highest bidder all of my lIcks and jennets consist Ing of 1 lyoarjold jack 1 3 year old jack 2 2 year old asks and one jack colt nil good cotors and well bred and good workers 15 jennets most of them bought at U D Kings at More land last year These jennets are all bred to the Tucker Jack One trotting stallion Gyearsold standard and registered about 200 shocks of corn a lot of sorghum and cow pops a storm buggy one run about good as now a lot f farming Implements McCormick binder a lot of household goods some Jersey cows and hollers pair of work mules 4- Y1lrs old 1C hands Idgh 76 good stock ewes and tow hogs This sale Is nbcolute Your price Is mine H M HERNDON Threo miles south of Danville two miles east of Junction City Shelby City post office Public Sale and Renting Having decided to give up farming I will sell to the highest bidder on Thursday October 20th The following personal property All kinds of fanning 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 Dalton 1 3 year old filly by Dignity Dare I cattle 28 sheep 3 goods jennets 1 jack col extra good 6 mulesone 3yearold three year olds 2 yearlings Also lot of corn fodder etc surrey buggy buckboard harness and milk cow- sItENTINGAt the same time I wll rent my farm of 1SO acres mile west of Moreland It has ell necessary Im provements 5 or six ncre tor tobacco 27 acres for corn 68 acres for small grain remainder in grass J P Chandler AucUoneer Terms given on day of sale J J SPEARS More land Ky n HOG RAISERS Are your bogs worth Z cents per rBourbonRemedy- to keep hogs healthy and free from disease for 5 cents per hrpd per month It cures Cholera Kills Worms Stimulates the Appetite Aids Digestion and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly This remedy Is used and endorsed by leading hog raiser throughout the country Come in and let us tell you about 1U Sold by New Stanford urug Co CINCINNATI MAKKETS Cincinnati Oct 16Cattleitoceipts 1268 market slow 1025n lower fair to good shippers fSlOgp 625 common 2250350 logsltt ceipts 2087 market stow GJOc higher butchers and shippers 9150925 common 6825 SheepRe ccipts 1366 market slow lOISc lower UJ315 Lanmbs Market slow 1013c lower 350640 U is In time of sudden mishap or ac cldent that Chamberlains Liniment can be relied upon to take tho place of the family doctor who cannot always be found at ttoo moment Then it Is that Chamberlains Liniment Is never found wanting In casoso of sprains cuts wounds and bruises Chamberlains Liniment takes out the soreness and drives away tho pain Sold by 18 1 Pcnsru u IIIKKritsIIIIteilll Large Stock Of RUGS AND DRUGGETS IN NEWEST DESIGNS ifIIINEW FALL MILlINEFJY1 tdl eBIG LOT NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE HANDLED SEP ARATELY- UNDERTAKIIVG8TOCK FULL AND COMPLETE flitY GEOB PRUITT Jlorejnnd K- yIIIIIIIIIMlIIIIS IN iIIIItAlIIMIIIIEUREKA PflRTRAIT CO M Makes a Incorporated specialty of all kinds 1 I of portraits in oil sepia crayons pastel India Ink and water cot ors highclass work guaranteed I- MWe 1 are prepared to frame pic rH tures of every X factory Prices reasonable opposite descriptionI Lancaster Street t rTlLII L THE FARMERS For Halo2 large steers and 15 cal Yes J S Moberly McKlnaey 634 11IBJi1h1 leiyvlteat drltlgood ILS new for ialfL P Logan Let mo Insure your barns and tobacco For SaleAi iCar1 8aIembpuseholdfarming tools P H Wbodson Mt Salem Ky 4923 For SaloA few thoroughbred Du roc Jersey bong pig April farrow Price reasonable T J purhara Crab Orchard Phone 1312 393 For Rent About 17 acres of good fall grass Mrs Martha V Klrby OSt For Snle75 700 to 900 pound year ling and two year old steers W A Ooffoy McKinney 622p For SaleJd head of 900lb steer cattle Can be seen on J A Robin sons farm For prices call on or write C r Bohon Lebanon 654p Fur Sale25 good young owes and one buck most of them pure bred Shropshire J Frank Smith Box 84 Stanford Ky- Strayed or stolen from my pasture on Dlx river a small steer weighing 600 or 700 pounds Anyone giving Information as to hi srccovory wll bo rewarded Frank Cordler 66 = Strayed or stolen 1100 pound red Ptoer Reward for Information to lot- S Powell t Son Husionvlllo J T Blankeushlp of 1ulaskl sold to W M Bright 20 good calves at 13 Mr W p Kincaid the local tobacco buyer says that ho docs not think that there will be any decline In the market on account of the pool He has bought about 6BOOOO pounds In the last ten days at from 9 to 12c sad Is still buying at the same figures just as fast as he can get to It Ho aka us to say to the tobacco grow ers that he Is still here and not to worryS 1 Brown sold 100 cattle at Nun nelle s stock ytirds here last week at front 3 to 5 rents A T Nunnelloy sold CD at from I to 4 12 cents For Sale Two extra good fresh Jersey milk cows J A Swlnebroad R D 2 Lancaster H O Lutes bought fire hogs at Dan vllle Monday at 9 12 The crowd nt Duuvllle court day was rather slim many of tho farmers remaining nt homo to cut corn and sow wheat There were very few cat tie on the market probably not over 76 and they wore not of a hjgh class a few changing hands from 3 and 4c FOR SALEI I T will sell at mf place near High- landI on Saturday October 22 1 Rood horse 2 buggies 2 good milk cows and calves 2 sows and seven shoats 8 acres of corn a lot of nice oats household and kitchen furniture MRS ELIZABETH DAVIS LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 100 acres In tine shape crop goes with Better come quick J M Key nolits Wayncsburg FOR SALE PRIVATELY This 200 acre farm of virgin soil Is for sale privately in the uext 311 days Location 6 mile from Stanford and 5 unrA form iattvIa on Ui Stanford and Danvillo Hlfc with n 6000 brick dwclilurf with Rood bliPr- and other ott houeoa itJ tear school house and a good neighborhood Terms reasonable For further in formation write L P Chandler Stan ford Ky R F D No I Box 23 II rPOSTED IThe hunting season is upon us and nearly everyone wants to post his place The charge Is 25 cents cash with name K B Denhara T A Rico J W Hughes M J Hoffman JH Acton For His Sake My husband begged me to take Cardui writes Mat WaverlyVagreed totryit Before 1 had taken I bottle I felt better Before taking Cardul Isuffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off but novJ am all right E5 ijJ l DUQThe WOmanwTonlc You know Cardul will help because it has- helped others who were in YOUItcine for sick women bur a tonic for weak women Being made from mildt gentle vegetable ingredi ents it is perfectly harmless and lias no bad aftereffectsCardul be relied youTryAt all druggists i JlL 411 J TheiWhen it colliesto dress wear Crossett Shoes are what you want We have every style last and color Work Shoes Inpestructable absolutely moneyJOrefundeq neighbor SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky + 1 IE 1- I SCHOOL SHOES w Buy your Childrens School Shoes from L Sanders and get Mfa nice School Box with each pair tftIffl 7 L LrM Crab Orchard Kentucky J 4 1 f I STIRRINGTIMES we are having In the building line We carry a full line of lime plaster cement and ever tning else needed for building Everything purchased here will be found of the best quail ty and the best for Intended purposes We will save you trouble and URB CM to ui for a- ndestimateJA ALLEN SUnUril M- yic tdI McCatYi Undertaker r4 Embamer STANFORD v Office Phono 17 Home Phone 61 Q o lR IiADepot StreetM Phorie oo rAN FOLD I KENTUCKY STANFORD KY v PHoNE 200 FARM FOR SALEI 80 acres lying 12 miles west of Highland a good and outhouses barn etc G fields about 35 acres In cultivation plenty Of water Reason for selling out not able to work on farm Price rearon able JAS A KINO 6- 08qjk11R 1wmrfh i And medium weight We have a line the best made from hand sewed to a machine made We have the Shoe for the farm that we guarantee If not good or a new pair Ask your f II L 1 1 cottage fenced rPiUic Salec HistHfie rty llustoavllloSaturday Nov 5th 1910 sell tbp following described real estateOne twostory frame house with IS rooms arranged so that two families can live In It two back yards ORe extra nice vacant building lot one goodliverywells ono back rot This property Is well fenced and IDIrOOd repair has all outbuildings necessary and Is situated on Main and Cob lege streets one square from very fine Krnded school one square from the Christian church one square from Baptist church and two squares from spiesdidI will also sell one Curtis Reid glassfront carriage as good AS new two good high wheel sulkies two phaetons one twohorse driving cart one Hancock disc plow and 500 or 600 bales of No 1 hay Unlo begins promptly at two oclock Terms made known on day of sole Kor other particulars address by phono or otherwise D S CARPENTER Kuttonvllle Ky WHEN THE FIRE drmfft tttMES rld 1Is no time to be regretting your neg lect ta get Insured The time to se cure a policy I is before not during of after a fire It is betore the fire with you now Neither you nor anybody else can toll how much before or how little before it Is Have us issue you u policy today and be protected In any event W S FISH+ o rfit 3 I a II1