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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 18, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910101801_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 18, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOMJMH.XXXVIL The Interior J ournal. HTANFORD, LINCOLN , COUNTV, KKNTUCKY, TUKSDAY, OCTOUKR 18th, 1910 30,0000,000 00 No. 67. SHALL EIGHTH DISTRICT 4 LINE UP FOR CANNON? CONGRESSMAN HELM DELIVERS VIGOROUS ADDRESS AT DANVILLE MONDAY. He Danville. anron powerful blows to the "interest" iind the Klghth district republicans who neck to send a mnn to Congress who Tote for Cannon nnd support .ill the "Interests" he nnd the Mr Helm Aldrloli gang represent mild In part: I llrlm speak nt A largo crowd heard Congressman lilt I "Tbo Republican machine In this Congressional district does not appear to be In Rood working order, but badly out of gear. On tho 9th day of August last the Itepubllcana met lit convention at Danville, and. after adopting a platform of the standpat variety, places Mr. II. U I: well on same. Tho platform still stands; It his not been renounced by the highbrows, who constituted themselves the whole party and selected tho present nominee with-ou- t any reference whatever to the wishes of tho voter of the Hepuhllean party, nor has It been renounced by Mr. tho present nominee himself. Kwell simply stepped off of It, because ho found It was rotten, and discovered that tboso who framed It up did not understand tho temper of tho people uor the drift of sentiment of his own party In this district. He attempts, and tho stamp of condemnation placed upon any oppoHltlon to the standpsl platform, as presented and adopted. "It goea without saying that a can dldate on tho above platform would, If elected, vote for Cannon for Bpeak er, for which position ho Is now a can dldate. So, tho voter who supports tho Republican nominee Is again dellv ered ovor to 'tho System.' 'The first declaration made by the Danville convention la that 'We heart lly endorse the splendid administration of President William II. Taft In Its entirety.' Is this because that in his Winona speech he said tho 'I'ayne-AldricII til Is tho best tariff bill that w.is ever passed by Congrers,' nnd endorsed It us a compromise with his Is promise of a revision dowmvnrd? it because Just before tho adjournspement of the Inst session he sent a cial messago to that body, before the bill was a year old, asking It for the appropriation of $250,000 and to Invest film with the power of appointing a special commission to secure Information, not for Congress, that mdcr the constitution has exclusive Jurisdiction of all revenuo measures, but Information for tho President? Is It because ho wants to further revlso the very lull that has received tils blessing, nnd Is now being praised because through It J7l,0t'0.000 more taxes have been collected under its operation than under tho Dlngley Hill, with correspondingly heavier burdens on the people? I)ld this same convention endorse his administration because he attempted to turn over through his secretary. Mr. Dalllnger, the Alaskan coal fields and great water powers of the Northwest to svudleate. ns well as the sugar land of tho Philippines to the Sugar Titist, through his Attorney (Jencral, Mr. WIckershamT Was It because Mr. Talt surrounded himself with a cabinet composed of men connected with the trusts and corporations? Was it beeausu ho had dismissed faithful officials from public olllre because of their loyalty and patriotism? Was It be cause the railroad bill prepared by his h Morgan-tiupgen-hel- i..t::ii?r mows wtrn Republicans, particularly Sena-.o- r Dolllver and Cummins, had to beat from It Its worst and Quoting most fraudulent features. liberally from Senator Cummins' denunciation of tho many features of the bill, put In It In the Interest of monopoly nnd winding up with his statement that "We havo revised the tariff ReIn response to an overwhelming publican sentiment and have succeed-eIn taking off about one of Iho average Imposition upon dutiable goods," In quoting from Republican Senator Bristol's denunciation of tho bill and forty-secon- rrn the convention praised, o leave this I am Willing BURLEY POOL DECLARED 1 Congressman Helm, of the Eighth District. however, to conceal his real motive In withdrawing by saying that his eyesight Is bad, when, as a matter of fact, ho has recovered his second vision, and Quit because he saw tho writing on tbe wall. V Rssd tha Platform. Tha platform Is a very significant document as reported by "The Kentucky Republican?' "Resolved, That we heartily endorse the splendid administration of President William H. Taft In, its entirety, and especially the Tariff Dill, the particular features of rwh'fch are sufficient guarantee of a continuance of the greatest era of this country has ever known." It further ,J " Heselved. That the State of has the right to feel Justly proud .of the record and achievements of W. O. Ilradley, who Is one of tho foremost Republican leadera of tho We especially commend him for ,nls untiring efforts for tbe tobacco and .tiemp grow era. of Kentucky, and, as an evidence of his broadness, we Klnt With pride to his efforts In behalf of itlte veterans of the lllue and the "" I'ayne-Aldrich pros-.peritKen-Wky Sen-aio- terms the splendid businesslike and faithful administration of the ,Htate officers by Gov. Wlllson and the father officers.' " r That platform Is strictly a stand-fla- t declaration of the third degree. the special inJt Is a covenant with classes, to tho terests and privileged very front door of which Its trail leads. It is an. endorsement of the Cannon-Aldrlcregime, and ia a pledge of confidence In them, though It tho nominee saya to them, 'You can use m.' Everyone who votes for the Republican nominee In this district O. K'a tho Cannon Aldrlch program, ami thorohv rlstera his approval of tho TaYt administration and' the Dill that has caused a rebellion within tho Republican ranks from This platform Maine to California. ' upon which tho Republican nominee In this' district stands has a commercial value on Wall atrcet, and I haven't the slightest doubt that If he will it to tho Steel Truat, tbe Tobacco Trust, the Sugar Trust, or any of tho special interests. In whoso behalf the l'ayne-Aldrlc- h Rill was framed, he will be able to raise a campaign fund on Its ace 'Value alone. It is one of h I'ayne-Aldrich pray.'" , "We approve and endorse In lt regulator. 3oV, Cannon's pocket-nerve- , . "Tho rnan that votea for the Repub llcan nominee does so aftr being fully advised and warned that the Ref publican nominee, if elected, is not ana pan not botexpected to vote, to alter, change or amend the 1)111, because the convention that framed un tho tilatform on which he stands has not only endorsed tho bill. In Its entirety, but pronounced It a guarantee of the continuance of tho vroatest era of prosperity that this country has ever known. With thla as his commission irom tnc cnosen delegation of Iho people who In solemn convention undertook to volco tho sentiment of tho Republican party In this district, he would not be untrue or unfaithful to tho trust confided In him; especially when there was a protest oh the lloor of the convention against the adoption of the platform, dofeated which wan overwhelmingly I'ayne-Aldrich Commonwealth's Attorney Charles A Hardin, who Is an announced candidate for the democratic nomination for Circuit Judge will In nil probability have no opposition. Judge (Jeorgc K. Stone of Royle countv, stnted to posed of Istlo. Tampleo llbre, Manilla the Interior Journal Monday at Danalsal grass, all substitutes for hemp, ville, that lie hnd decided not to make or a mixture of any of these, from 1 the race for the nomination against cent per pound to i per cent a pound. Mr. Hnrdln, and this removes prnetl Threads, cords or twine composed ol cally the only opposition which has flax, hemp or ramie, from 7 cents per been thought of against Mr. Hnrdln. Judge Stone sold that he was deep pound to H "eiits nor pound. Mats and rugs, made of hemp, tlax. Jute, etc., ly appreciative of the many kind wish en of his friends In tr. matter but C Irom ,...cents per squate yard nnd 35 .,.. ... j m. Miinrn v.int felt dint he could not afford for many und 30 per cent. Hydraulic hose, made reasons to sacrlf ce the time which required to make an etrec-froin whole or In pftrt of llax. hemp, etc.. W'1 Judge Stone had many 20 cents per pound to 15 cents "ye canvas fifnndH In ttrt-- county who will regret per pound learn that he; Is not to run, but a "It should bo borne In mind that democrats feel that under tho rule adopted by the Repul.- - large mnn tier "ar'! " recrd ns Common-througllcan majority to force the Payne Rill' tho House without debnte no wonlthfl Attorney hiib been such that deserved promotion to the Uglier nmcndmciu or voto was allowed onany of theso Items, or any otheis, ex- ljlfce nnd they are greatly pleased ccpt petroleum, barley, barley malt.! that he will be able to step to thelumber and hides. So much for thol'mcli without the necessity of makAttorney Central, and sent to ConInz n hard fight in his party. hemp proposition gress to be passed without attention "1 voted for tho Stanley tobacco or amendment, and which would have amendment, offered by McCall, which been a virtual repeal of tho Sherman Kills His Man was of substantial benefit to the farmt low? Was It because he put er. In that It permitted him and his party solidarity above tho nation's subsequent vendee to sell tobacco In LOCAL BAD NEGRO SHOOTS LANneeds and the welfare of the people the natural leaf without any restricbill Was it because the conservation CASTER BLACK ON TRAIN tion whatever. This amendment was he had presented 'o Congress was taken out of the bill In the Senate, more favorable to exploitation than "FIJI" Bryant, a iocat negro of a nnd Instead the following was substiconservation? Was It because he retuted: "Kvery iicrsou shall bo regard fighting reputation ashot and instantfused to permit Congress to InvestiLancaster negro ed as a retail dealer in leaf tobacco ly killed John Doty gate tho sugar frauds in New York? whose business it Is to sell leaf to- - on the excision train returning from Was it because bo has abandoned tho in nn.nuiu. nt i ihBn n C Inclnnatl Sunday night. The shoot White House and la making a movand original hogshead, case or bale, or who ins took place between Paris Jump ing picture show of himself? shall sell directly to consumers or to, Winchester Uryant Immediately seen persons other than dealers In leaf to- - ed off the train, but was later Taft. Himself With Special Interests. "President Taft's alignment with bacco or to manufacturers of tobacco, riding on the trucks between the o or cigars, or to persons who pur-- gage car and the engine and was the special Interest Is demonstrated by rounded and captured being lodged in In original package for export." the railroad bltl that he bad presented to Congress with Instructions to pasa "That Is only the beginning of this Jail at Winchester. According to eye witnesses the kill- R.n-,- t nmonrtmpntf I nuotn the re-- 1 without amendment, and In order to force Its passage withdrew Federal milnder 'Kvery such retail dealer in- ingIk was entirely unprovoked Bryant wild had been cut or stuck on the patronage from those Senators and tobacco shall register with the collec lit Members who dared to amend It, and tor of the district his name nnd style, mouth going to Cincinnati, and as he place of residence, trade or business, pass-- d Doty coming back, the latter is threatened to veto It if amended. This and the nlaco where such trade or i said to h.we laughingly accosted hiin bill aa Introduced provided for. First A court open to the railroads, but business Is to becarried on; and a as "Muffle Mouth." Uryfint immeclosed to the public, with power given failure to reglsterf a hereby required, diately went lo a rear coach, borrowi all roods to enjoin the orders of the shall subject suc"h person to a penalty ed a pistol from his brother and came Commission, of $50; and every retail dealer In leaf bick and shot Doty as he sat in his Commerce Interstate tobacco shall also keep a book and en- seat. Second Authority In the coutt to some ter therein dally his purchases of leaf Bryant had some trouble with be is overrule findings of fact and to detobacco and his sale, where such negroes hero recently In which termine disputes on broad grounds of aates amount to two pounds or more sala to have badly beat up some eight public policy. Third Power to Isauq In one day. Such record shall be kept He Is regarded as a bad mnn. injunction on ex parte hearings, written up to date, and shall he In such FourthNo appeal allowedving the ship form and contain such entries as shall Iter or the public. Shot By White Men be prescribed by the rommlsslotief of the Interstate Commerce Commission Internal Revenue, with ' the approval ofl of Its rights to appear by counsel Treastify.-'ina- t Iho ScVrCfafV of Ttits court 'on 'appeal 'from AND JIM JONES WAS ROBBED OF such books shalt bo open at all times Slitb Depriving the shipper or the THREE GALLONS OF BOOZE any Internal revfor the Inspection of right to a bearing before the court ou. enue officer or agent.'" rate disputes. Seventh (living tha and resJim Jones a Altorner General full power to prose Severe Reitrlctlons and Limitations. pected Lancaster negro was shot in cute or dismiss In rate cases at his Further discussing-- this feature of the chest and probably fatally wound-ppersonal pleasure. Klght- h- (living the Knough of this by two white men on Traylor's the bill, ho said: to ap lullroads secincally the right amendment has been quoted to show lane In tho Gilbert's Creek section pear by counsol with prepared casea, its severe restrictions and limitations; - ,.;(rly Saturday evening. He says that Ijiw Ninth Repealing the Anti-Trui)e was going homo when they "netu I will not say to you that this amend In Its application to railroads, and lement will not be of any advantage to him up" and when he remarked that galizing agreements between roads as you to they must be Joking, they llred on the farmer, but will permit to rates. Tenth Legalising railway judge how great will be the benefit, if him. They then robbed him or a few consolidations of all character. I.lov uny, to him. How many farmers are dollars and took three and a fcalf galenth Legalizing the watering of roll sufficiently expert as accountants to lons of whisky which he wno carrying road stock. Af'T ellnilm'ing these keep the set of books that Is required wrapped In a sack. niluerable features and Inserting tho of them to sell any portion of their Warrants havo been Isaued at the long and aboil haul Natures, placing crop? Instigation of County Attorney W. S. the burden of proof on tbe railroad to "Am the benefits to the farmer by L'urch for the nrrest of Charles I'm-he- r show the Justness in tho Incioase In reason of this amendment so great nnd Alvin Thomas, of the Hyntts-vll- le tates and other valuable nnd liberal that they woutd Justify my vote for a section In Cinrrard county, charg power of tbe Comextensions of the bill that has multiplied the burdens of Ing them with tbe crime. Officials of mission, tbo bill was passed." tho people and that has been condemn- Garrard, said last night, however that Taft Clalme Legislation. ed by the people from Maine to Cali- the men havo skipped out and cannot fornia?" At tbla olnt In hla speech, Mr. bo found. be-l- it In closing his speech. Mr. Helm Helm ably and at length showed conA prominent oftlclal declare his "Finally we come to that porIn- run said: clusively that Mr. Taft and his that a "blind tiger" is beingcoun-t tion of tho Danville platform that 'Ap- at full blast in tho section of the doners were claiming as a credit to proves aud endorses In unqualified bis administration the enactment of a where this atfalr occurred. terms the splendid businesslike and long list of legislation that was In real faithful administration of the state ofity a part of the Democratic platform, fices.' ThU was Indeed the crowning nnd forced through Congress by tho Speed Wins 95,440.5(37 55 act and master stroke of that convenDemocrats with the aid of tho revolt- Army .... 41 tion. I havo not been In a position to 4,116,081 ing members of the 1'resldcnt'a own Diplomatic and consular parly. Among these be mentioned me. District of Columbia... 10,608,045 99 study state politics very closely, but COURT OF APPEALS SAYS THAT 5,617.200 00 somewhere I havo heard It stated that President's emasculated railroad bill Fortifications HE IS NOT LIABLE ON NOTE 9.2C6.52S 00 tbe state Is In debt over a million dolthat would bavo been ruinous to all Indian interest-bearinwarrant or The Court of Apppeals on Friday Legislative, executive lars; that but the railroads, if passed as Intro 34.158.787 00 notes are being Issued to those hold- reversed Judgment of the Lincoln Cirond Judicial duced: tbe campaign contribution bin; 1.856.249 87 ing claims against the state, and that cuit In the case of W. O. Speed Military Academy the removal of Cannon from the Rules Navy 13l.350.854 38 the date of their payment la nowhere ngalnn the Willow Springs Distilling Committee; the income tax amend00 In sight. I remember that it was Company of Nelson County. This waa ment: the employers' liability act, and Pension 243.907.020 00 stated, whon the Democrats went out a suit brought by the distilling comPostofllce others not only passed by the 41,329,113 50 of office,-tha- t the state was out of pany to hold Mr. Speed liublo on a Rivers and harbors minority, but provlAsxlfsJsjsintthe 113.981.10i 82 debt, and the state capitol, which cost note of Hayden Shanks, deceased, platform and Ignored in the Sundry civil nearRepublican National platform. Re Deficiencies, 1910 and 12,722.739 80 close to two million dollars, was Demo- about $700 being involved. Mr, Speed prior years ly paid for. In other words, the showed that he had received n letter ferring o those hills tor wnicn iaii 2,000,000 00 crats pay as they go, whlto the Re- Iruui appellee releasing him ftom liaclaimed credit, and to which the Ro-p- Miscellaneous they go. I havo bility on the note. He thus wins In publicans borrow as Means were really entitled, he said Reclamations projects 20,000,000 00 heard that two or three hundred thou- tbo higher court. (reimbursable) Ills attorneys were that the postals saving bill really conannual apsand of dollars hnd been spent by tho T. J. Hill, of this clt, C C. Rugby cealed the central bank bill that they Permanent 130,931,595 12 fiovernor to catch night riders, who, up ...i fh.ii.iiiR llimcly. of Danville. propriations were afraid to pass till aftor the elec to the last -report, "ad not Deen caugnc Ai..r.,.v iinim T. .. Cooi.or. of Lobunon, f tion. Tho ship suushiy steal, federal Imperial Valley appro,v ....AH.i,.H i. ii - i fOprCHC'llted tne lllblllllll 1.000,000 00 AS SOOIl as a lieiuuiicnil whvihui ,a;o..'-rpriations Incorporation and central bank measItems authorised but elected the soldiers are ordered ntleld,- i ures, nil star feature of tho Taft ad not appropriated for ami this use of the soldlen is doubt- I ,.,,., ,.!,,,,.,( miruatlve effect oxper- ministration, were defeated. In other less what the convention referred to minority be Public buildings (conwords, tho Democratic "" chamberlain's tracts authorized) ... 27,000.000 00 when mentioning tbo splendid busl- - lncd b) ai came the majority party and controlled of btoniath Dud IJvsr Tablets, auu mo Rlters und harbors (connessllke and faithful administration the legislation of the last session, truots authorized) ... 10.01S.C05 00 the state.' The (ioveroor vetoed tha nw,ir.hy condition ot the body nn u (lolnc back to the Danville conven Navigation (contractu Income tax amendment (that Teddy mmd wl3ica uiey creat. inaks oue tion's plank. "We cspwiallv Indnrm 1.119,050 00 nuthorited) TarlB Its entirety tho in 8a.,oaVo,8olher.sae.omcer; 0;?t' iwl ful Sold by Pinny'. Drug Stor, redemption UUL" ho bonau to iiuots some siuigo- - Rank note n anti-trus- Fifth-Depri- be-fo- its author's personal interest In the fraudulent features thereof, he showed Senator came that this Republican from Kansas, where the I'ayno bill applies In that agricultural section as it does In the Klghth Kentucky District, and quoted from Senator llrlstow as baying that, "t'ndcr tbe leadership of Aldrlch and Cannon, Instead of revising the tariff as we promised, duties were fixed, not with n view of protecting legitimate American Industries or of securing revenuo for the government, but for the purpose of promoting the llnanclal Interests of certain Indi-- i iduals or concerns." Further quoting from llrlstow's speech in denunciation of the tariff bill and his brother who framed It, he wound up with this sentence from the recent Kansas State Republican convention platform: "Wo do not recognize tho of the tariff of 1909 as a satisfactory fulfillment of. the tariff pledge of the Republican platform." To show that Mr. Taft has made an unconditional surrender to the Interests he quoted his speeches before tho election. On September 22, 1908. at nm Cincinnati, Mr. Taft said' if elected President, I promise the nation that I will us" every liber of my being to carry ou' honestly and decently the tariff revision promises of the Republican platform." Two days later, at Milwaukee, he said: "It Is my Judgment that a revision of tho tariff In accordance with the pledge of tho Republican platform wilt be, on the whole, a substantial revision down ward." To show that he did not keep his promlsf, he said: "Lot us apply the rouge to thla tariff bill. There Is an Infalllblo test for tbo bill; tho records show (hat. In 1907, $.129,109,342 were collected on Imports under the Dlngley raKs then In force. Now, take the Identical goods In the exact quantities and apply the Payne rates aa now fixed, applying them Item lor Item, schedule for schedule, substituting Payno rates for Dlngley rates, the would have been amount collected $334,;S,3I4, an Increase of 15,619,002, or 1.71 per cent. Make another test. If rou please. The Dlngley tariff con slsts of 2,024 Itemal of these there were unchanged 1.150, leaving changed 87t Items. Of this number 220 were raised, and 654 reduced, with this re sult: Tbe 2,024 Items of the Dlngley tariff yielded, as $329,t09,242 stated above Tbe 220 items the Payne 13,287,368 law increased Tbe 654 Items the Payne 7,638,330 law decreased "In other words, the Increase on the 220 Items yields 4 per cent of the total revenue, while the decrease on the 651 Itema yields 2.3 per cent of the total revenue, which demonstrates that, white there waa a reduction downward by itema, there was a revision upward as to results." Continuing, he said: "In the cities where the high cost of living Is being felt very acutely the Republican candidates- are telling the Teople that tf Increased cost of living Is not due to the tariff bill, because the tariff tax on farm products, articles of food, was In the agricultural districts reduced. the Republican candidates are telling the farmers that the high prices of farm products are not due to the tariff bill. It Is true that the tariff on looa products was reduced. It Is a remarkable bill that can enrich the manufacturer by Increasing the tariff on his output and at the same time enrich Iho farmer by decreasing the tariff on his products." Extravagance of Republicans. .Mr. Helm next called attention to the extravagance of the Republican party, stating that "The public busl ness transacted by the Federal Congress had grown to stupendous proportions. Kxperleuce Is a valuable asset of the representative who has to deal with this Immense volume of business; the voter may ia a measure obtain a partial knowledge of its magnitude when he realizes that the appropriations made and authorized go far bemark, aa ap yond the billion-dolla- r pears from tho following. $ 13,4S7.6:t6 00 Agriculture 1 14 ,$1,096,275,155 Total "The total shows an Increase of $U, 000,000 over 1910." Payne BUI Affects This Section. Discussing the hemp and tobacco sections of tho Payne bill, Mr. Helm said: "Tho Importance and value of these sections to the farmer have been overstated by Senator Ilradley, who, In his speech delivered In Iulsvllle, August 16, said, 'In my Judgment, tho passage or the tobacco bill would have justified every Congressman from Kentucky in voting for the present bill.' nnd the Republican newspapers In this district have criticised my vote nsalnsi tho Payne bill, on account of the totKieo and hemp sections of the bill. The statement of the Senator Is unwarranted and the criticisms of tho papers uiijus, as I will undertake to demonrtrnte. It If no benefit to tho th- - fnrlft on tho raw fnrmct to rii material and decrease the tariff on the finluhcd products of hemp, na well as of products that can be sut'titltuted for or used Instead of hemp products, as was done In tho Payno bill. For example, yarns made of Jute, a substitute lor hemp, were reduced from 45 to 35 per cent. Cables and cords com- praise to the officers themselves. The Oovernor says that OFF FOR THIS YEAR the Secretary of State Is a mollycodRrnner sa)s the dle nymcompoop. Governor doesn't know straight up; LACK OF SUPPORT FROM GROWand what Auditor James says about ERS THE CAUSE LEBUS the Lieutenant Coventor Juft will SAYS CUT OUT 1311 says stand printing, while the latter CROP. James Is another. And so It goes In the state, while the nation Is presided The campaign to pool the crop or ovrr by an amiable President, who is ruled by bosses, who are ruled by hurley tobacco thin year has heen de money. clared off by tho Hurley Tobacco on account or the refusal of tho So-cl- t) CLEAR TRACK LEFT FOR HARDIN JUDGE STONE SAYS THAT HE WILL NOT MAKE RACE FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE many growers to come Into tho pool. Trie society wns determinated not to let its member suffer by the non poolers dumping their cropi on tbo market thin year so bus called it nil off and everyone now will cet tha best price he can. Bradley Wilson, who has been work Ing tor th pool In this and adjoining counties, was called In Saturday nlgl-- t He attended a moettn? at I'alnt Lick Saturday when It was learned that Woods Walker nnd lever a I other b!g growers who have heen favoring pool, had told their crops to W. P. Klncnld of this city nt from 12 to 13 cents. This knocked the bot torn out of tho movement there, and left a 'number of tho smnder growers with tbe "bat. to hold" and it Is said ti.at they are now demanding that they be paid as high a ptlco for their te crop. ir l 1 here Is now talk of the Hurley Society starting a campaign to cut out the tobacco crop in lull, In order to keep the price up, for there nro few but belleie that now that the pool tins Tailed, the prices paid will.be materially reduced. A dispatch from Louisville to Pie city papers of Sunday morning had this to say of the collapse uf tbe h pool: I,.,, bug-snu- ff sur-chss- J hard-workin- g d The 'Hurley Tobacco Society's pooi of 1U10 collapsed like a punctured balloon and was ofilclally declared or at a special meeting or We dltrlct board, held at the court houoo With the Hurley pool, the pool launched last week by the Scott county growers, led by Congressman I. Campbell Cantrlll, was also abandoned, nnd the vast bulk ot tobacco grown In the Hurley uelt this year will nil be thrown on the. open market. President Clarence LeUus stated tonight that while the 1910 pool had gone to smash, the pooled tobacco ot liioa would be held by the sclety until the situation had been mmproved and better prices would be realized. For the past week ft has been evident that the lf'10 pool wps 'ottering but President LeBus and the other leaders of the society tvung to the on fcopo that the step taken bv the district board last week inviting outsiders to sign pledges to be placed In disinterested hands, and for which, meetings were to be held would yet save the day. For several days however, reports had been coming in that buyers were scouring the country, buklng up tobacco nt an av erag ol 11 to 12 cents, and that even many of the growers who were members of the pool had secretly sold their cropu Yesterday the price at which the IStOU pool was being auctioned became so low that the society had to reject them, and with prospect of not soon getting the money for their crop3 in the 1909 pool, members of the 1901I pool became desperate. Realizing that the crisis had come. President LeBus last night night sent out telegrams to all tbe members or the district board, calling trem to a meeting here tonight. From early In the evening reports had been coming In telling of the utter failure of the meetings held in the ditferent counties, nnd when the district board assembled at 9 o'clock every member who had rend these reports agreed that the pool was dead. Hence, when the situation was reviewed by President IeBus in nn address to the board there was practically nothing lett but tc declare the pool off, and though the matter was discussed until nearly midnight, It w&s only postponing tho inevitable end. When the resolutions were nt last offered by President LeBus they were at once adopted. As he came out ot' the meeting niter the resolutions were adopted, President LeBus remarked: "This crop or tobacco is the poorest and toughest ever raised In Kentucky, and we will let them, hare It and everyone get on the dump together. But we will hold on to our good tobacco pool ot 1909 and make them pay us good money for It yet. "Next yenr wo will go to work nnd cut out the crop from Canada to the llulf of Mexico and see who will win this light In tho long run, the trusts or the organized growers of Hurley tobacco." SUIT AND SKIRT SHOW YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO COME TO THE SUIT AND SKIRT SHOW AT THE STORE OF SEVERANCE A SON, WEDNE8DAY, OCTOBER 19th.. WE WLL SHOW A MAKER'S ENTIRE LINE OF FINE SUITS AND SKIRT8 OF THE VERY LATEST MATERIAL8 THAT WERE SEA-SONOT SHOWN EARLY IN THE WE KNOW OF NO MAKE WHOSE TAILORING EQUALS THE WORK OF THESE GARMENTS. COME AND HAVE A SUIT OR SKIRT MADE TO YOUR MEASURE WITH AT PRICES CONSISTENT QUALITY. Lexington, Oct. 16. Dem-rcratl- c ,,.-,.- .. I'ayne-Aldric- h .. ..j j li, n nlillll BlltlteCt t croun Is u sure indication of the an"""-Ulus proach ol the uisease. ii Cough Remedy Is given at once or even after the oroupy cough has appeared, It will present the uttack. Sold by I'eiiuy's Drug Store. -- ' - "VyWffc' WMsMafi l THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUK9DAY, OCTdRER 18lh, llt The VBRY Interior Journal. Established 1871 TUESDAY 1 FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. L Crab Orckari court as a witness In a murder case For some reason tho cnio was put off till next term. Mr W. saw the killing take plnco on the pike, near Ixlng ton, while on a trip to that city Mr nnd Mrs S. J Tatem liave Just have Just returned from n plensnnt trip to Hnrrlmnn and the Knoxvllle Mr Woods Peter was called to Lexington a few days slnco to attend OyVJk At rer Year SAUFLEY AND FRIDAY In Advance. r' HATE A FIT ! Fv 1 HELTON Publlthtr Stan-lor- Entered at the Post Office at Ky., a Second Class mall. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal la authorized to announce Charles A. Hardin as n candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrtst, at the l'Jll, election to be held November, subject to tbo actvon of the Dcmo- Jour-nalts- WML ' T other profession that was neither such a jealous nor so hard a taskmaster. He might not know so much about the parts of speech but he would know how to build 'up a news Item so it would be rend by all readers of the sheet lu which It was printed. When you can turn out newspaper men Just such as Walton lias turned out in his nctual experience without the advantage of a training In a university, then the curriculum of the State University may ho said to be strengthened. 'Rah for Walton.! The tobacco pool tor 1910 has been declared oft, and it Is now "every man for himself and the devil take the hli.dmoat." The Interior Journal is convinced that the success of the pool In pievlous years put the rrlco of, tobacco whete Llnclln county farmers could raise at the profit which tbey have enJoed; and it Is very apprehensive that now that the pool is no moie, the glow ere are going to have to take Just wrat the buyers choose to give them and no more iMany have refuted to unite with the pool and opposed It on account of methods and men in his management but there was never a great cause without some weak point, and tho ol. Ject which was tousfct to be attained counterbalanced and minor objections anyone might have found. The Interior Journal have favored the pool from first to laft because it was believed that its success meant the largen mensuie ot good to the people of thin und adjoining counties. The buyers and the trust agents have Insisted that the price f tobacco was not due to the pool, ana now we shall see what we shall fcee. Every grower bhbuld demand a price of nt least 12 cents for UJs crops; they paid it for many crops while they were trying to break tne pool, and now that ttey conhave succeeded let . see If their nothtention that the pool really had gcod ing to do with the price holds when there is no pool. gov-or- The only name mentioned in conncc tlon with the proposed school fur at the Stato University at Lex Ington Is that of Col W. P. Walton, tdltor of the Interior JournnI for 25 years. And this Is Indeed fittingly so. He 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 bo largely due to the principles of our (profession grounded Into us In our long and delightfully Intimate connection with Mm and hi papers. Wo want to heartily endorse every word that our friend Edward O. Leigh of the fowling Green Messenger, said In a recent editorial. Mr. Leigh said: As one who has learned what little he knows about the fourth estate In 'tbo hard school of experience speaking of another who gained bis knowl edge In the same calling also by we hereby nominate Colonel W. p Walton to be dean of the new school of journalism in the Kentucky State University. H Is barely possible that he could not explain to the fledgling why jou put a comma here or a dash there, or why you should puncture sham at this place, and throw the mantle of charity over a peccadillo at another. But we do know that after a youngster has gone throuGh a course of sprouts m the stubble fields of the newspaper farm with Boas Walton to direct his steps, he would either be ready for a Job on a city paper, or would be willing to go Into the ministry or the law of medicine, or any hard-knocks, YcdpdSI m4i POP Kill I AMRRHoIsTOMAgl Wesley Enibry and Alike Penny did some splendid tackling, llnnkln Singleton and Hill did good work on forward passes. Thomas Coleman and !usell Drown did good work In tho line. Elwood Totten held strong In the line. Morrison Drlght did some valiant work ns center rush. Taken as n whole It was a splendid demonstration of grit and knowledge of the rannly sport. As usual the boys con duct themselves In a very creditable manner both In or out of the game. Look out for Stanford High School In athelctlcs as well as In all commendable lines. The K. S. D. team Is made up of courageous young men and some very good players, being j swiit ana alert. If the people of Stanford wish to lie some good playing, they will be given an opportunity next Saturday afternoon when Stanford will play Somerset on the graded school grounds 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 o'clock. Your cough annoys you. Keep backing and tearing the delicate membranes of your throat If you want to be annoyed. But it you want rellel want to be cured, take Chamberlain's Couch Hemedy. Sold by U. L. Penny. Exposition. Mr W L,v'Boll the popular black smith is able, to be out nfter ft four week' spell iof typhoid fever Mr. IL E. Thompson Is about well. James Singleton who hns fever Is somo better Mrs D J. Hlgsby, of Cedar Creek Is Improving. 1). C. Payne hns returned from the Knoxvllle Exposition. J D Anderson made n business trip Mrs. J. to Corbln nnd Unrbottrvlllc. II, Willis hns returned from Florida. Mr A P Ilnstln's train of wagons, pulled by a hugo traction engine, and nnd hauling considerable more than a carload of lumber Is n novel sight as It como In. James Hendrlxon will soon leave ; 5v" "J irir""" nt!' j HARNESS ON A HOR8E should be made so as to give him pen feet comfort We carry everything required In harness and horse goods, but only the best nnd most reliable Unci. If you need harness for farm wagon or for a racing sulky, you will get the best of Its kind nt J. C. McCLARY. Stan'ord, Ky. Did you ever notice the fellow with a newlsuit of good material, well trimmed, and yet it hungj on 'him like a sackjon a post.fiSure you have The faultjjisin the. ! 0 McKinney HcKlnney is still on the map al though we have not been able to send In anything for publication for some time on account of business and sick ness but hope in the future to be mor prompt in sending In. the news. There has been several Improvements In our town lately In the way of painting and building and the best and most needed one wjaa an extension to our depot In both the waiting room and the freight room and It gives much more room all around to bundle the Increasing business ot the ( railroad company Miss Etta Iteeder of the Graysville Sanitarium has been hero two weeks nursing Mrs. Harry Jacobs and little daughter, Ada, wro have been sick with fever, but nt present writing are recovering very rapidly. Mr. John Uaylls, 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. E. J. Tanner nnd family visited friends in Junction City Sunday in their auto. Tobacco cutting Is nil over nnd farmers ate busy cutting corn and sowing wheat. .Mrs. Joftn Wesley, of Somerset Is here with a fine display of millinery for tho ladies. Our ban,d I progressing nicely nnd will give a series oi concerts during the winter. Hurry Jacobs tho mounmont man monument to Mrs H. 11 sold an" McAnlnch for her husband and her-so- following from Louisville paIs of was horn In lived for n number of years with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A O. Eastland befoic they removed to Louisville The wedding of .Miss Addle Chrlsler hnstlnnd nnd Mr Samuel Caldwell Walker, of Perrjvllle, was solemnized Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's jarents, Mr and Mrs. A G. hnstlnnd, on First Street The Rev. T hotrms H. Cleland, New Albany, a cousin of the bride was officiating clergyman. The decorations In tbo house were most artistic, Palms and ferns were used throughout the rooms and Southern smllax was effectively draped over the doorways and windows. The ceremony took place In the library before an between Impromptu altar arranged the vlndnws. Miss Louis McClane was her sister's maid of Eastland Eastland and honor. Miss Evelyn Miss Ethel Cleland, of Danville, were the bridesmaids. Little Miss Mar garet Cleland of Winchester, wes the flower girl. Charles vv. irawioro, oi Perryvllle was Mr Walker's best man The bride's gown yas of white crepe e vore tne convende chine, and tional tulle veil Her bonnet was of bride' ross and llllles of the valley. Miss Louise Eastland wore n lovely dress of yellow crepe chrysantheums. The bridesmaids' dresses wcro of white batiste, hand embroidered, nnu thtlr boqucts were also of chrysnn-theum- DRAFTING of theJCOAT. In the HANG- of the COLLAR, the ARCH of the SHOULDER, the ROLL of the LAPPBL our coats fit the average man. We buy only STANDARD, Iwell has Cnnmberlaln's cures famous or TAILOLED, WELL JTRIMMED croup Iniluenin. Try harniru It contains wlun cost over and over prompt rr nlwajs substance lessened doctor's bill. must Coats andJTHEY FIT Penny's Dmg Store. sure thnt real. It Isn't the white basin and nickeled that Onr prices range? fromlf.$15 fto sanitary tho It a The us they are put together. per Interest here lor the bride in the your plumbing. have the $30 here Stanford and . for Nebraska. The sale of Bobbins Bros., Thursday, was well attended Corn sold nt $2.40 nnd $2.G0; 10 short yearlings $13.75 each; 5 yearling helfeTs J15.2.1 each; n jearllng mule $67; pair twin mules $71. A nn'r of good work mule 2aC. Mr. W. G. Saylor of Pinevllli recently bought tho Bobbins farm ot s 1S7 acres for $5,000 The Messrs have not located yet but hope to tay In old Lincoln. Col M II Johnson cried this sale. Kob-bln- - become colds, Cough Its Remedy of coughs, no and REAL SANITARY PLUMBING. In need. nnd lief. Sold by gives Saves Its nguln In But you pipes EASTLAND WALKER. be It Is make way do "know how." plumbing. Is Have We VV. Phone K. WARNER, Stanford, Ky. 16. New jBrowns And Blues TTy one of our coatson!and see if 4 H. B. Northcott. LANCASTER, KY. BUYER OF we can't fit you. i All Kinds of Farm Produce T. K. Tuaor, M'oV. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Egg Hens Stanford Branch H. J. McRoberts. Q. L. Penny R. II. Cofley E. It. Coleman Fryers Turkeys Ducks .He c c Hc Roosters, per lb Hides per lb Feathers 7c 15-- 0c LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. Phone 153 We can please you. School Supplies j J. G. Riddle For the Kindergarten, for the High School; Pencils. Pens, a ilalntv Irock of mull nnd lace. Mr. and Mrs. Walker left Imtnedlato ly alter the ceremony for Boyle county, where they will go to housekeep ing at Mr. Walker's country place. Among the out or town guests lor the wedding were: Mre. Louisa tast-lanMiss Ethel Cleland. Miss Bottle Caldwell, of Danville; Mrs. H. L. Stevens, Mrs John Horace Cleland, ir R O. Cleland and iittio aaimiiter. .Miss Margaret Cleland. of Perry- Mr. W. B. Walker ot vllle, the grooms ratnor, air. j. ". Walker. Brooklyn N. Y., Charles N. Crawford and L. O. Tucker, of rorry vllle. The little flower girl wore CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today for: 9 to Hens 2 for all grades. We have the SCHOOL SUPPLIES neededStationery, w Eggs le Vic - Sprlngors itoasiers Turkeys Ducks HldOB 11 to 11 '" 12 7 " to r, 13c Q tokcQ2 wSH - Rulers, Tablets, Books. Fit the children out satisfactorilyfit them out here and save money. SI" lo7cl)Yl Chick- Feathers : 15 to 4'Jc lf to be placed In tho Middleburg cemetery nnd also one to Dr. Ponnlng-toof Stanford, for his father and mother to go in Buffalo cemetery. up Tho Wright boys have oponcd a restaurant and fruit store and will fiHo handle jam and woolen goods mercury, with pure botanical Ingredients. To provo It wo will send you a from the mill hero. The phetlff of Fayette ra'.fled SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE Elder J. G. Montgorapry Is co:.'iict gambling joints In Lexington at Pine If von have i!rer, eatlnK last week and carted away loads of lug a few nights meeting dcul of In mucus lulling, humors, awelllugs TanioU" wheel", and, other furniture Grove church, with gieol germane to the pastime. He could terest manifested. patchos, bono pains, offensive pimples, The .Mount Ullvo cnurcii t.iuK to or eruptions, tnko B. B. B. (Botanic lind no one gambling, however. In uw Stanford we see dozens of cases of choir brought their class down Blood Balm), ah symptom vvuikky shipped In on almost everj Pino Grove chuifcn rnursaay msm qukkly. Bltod Is made puro nnu ncn, good work In their sing complete'- - changing uie eumu u train, moro than any one man could and rendered possibly consume, but It seems that ing services Into a clean, healthy condition, healC B Boone ono of our no clew it can be obtained to those who ing every sore and stopping all aches, hired to Mr. Bastln of palps nnd Itching curing tho worst merchants has ell It. to run his largo road -- ... r hinnii Tuilsnn. Druggists or Crab Orchard engine tor hira In hauling lumber. bv express. $1 PEU LARGE DOTTLE Win Another w'lth directions for homo cure. SAMPLE SENT KIIEB by writing Blood your Skin Affections Balm Co, Atlanta, Ga. Describo glv HIGH SCHOOL FOOT BALL TEAM and frco medical advice BOYS. troubles DEFEATS DEAF OR en. Sold by SHUGARS & TANNER. INFANT ON WHETHER Stanford High School foot ball The GROWN PERSON CURED BY iHfT U more CUrrt to UlU Mttlon ot tha team won IU second straight game ttir.ll otlMf iwuet put twtbrr. m uniu Uw U ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP of the season Saturday when it deto t ItiVr "(xtiprooouacedlacunble. I'M a It 11" ywi feated tho strong eleven of the KenAn Unusual Offer. tucky school for tho dent on tho Censays S tui. with Vxti trr.tmt. prooounrtd It totuf.bki. Tho man at the drug store tral University grounds at Danville SS7Vi5 uSrtfor. uxiulir. toullliiUoag by a score of 12 to 0. cur. niiulturl by to every person, bo it man, woman or It first Heeined that tro plucky insn child, who tins an Itrltnted, tender or from K. 8. D. were going to take the Itching skin to como to our Moro and uuj n honors oaslly; 'or they plowed ran.'" u. 7 ;"Airi. fetul through Stanford's lino for substan- procuro a bottto of ZEMO and n tiUMtHj tMMJirw ir m Tlla. Ohio. jppioaclud near cake of ZEMO soap and If you nro not lor fireuwm m tial gains until they our goil. Hut they lost the ball on entirely satisfied with tho results; lor coct.p.Uoo. Singleton ki kod the ball downs. your monoy. So center of the field and come back and gel noarly to tho uftlcncy of tho mute chargers again bolted for conliaunt are we of tho Notice bovcral yards. TUey attempted a for- this clean, simple treatment, that we rw and quarter batk Water make jou this usual oiler. ward ZEMO Is a clear liquid for external grabbed the fumbled ball and went We hava n saw mill for sale with ot tor u touch down alter wliich Single- use that haa cureJ w many kick. Pen- eczema, pimple, dandruff and other ton rond a splondld bnller 10 hp engine, ny went onco for a good twin around formB of skin eruption. ZEMO and a new saw mill for sale, uagb, balright end but hW body getting a great- ZEMO fcoap are the most economise! ef- ance In two, four and six months, er momentum than his feet eaubed as well ns the cleanest and most him to stumble. Harris Coleman by a fective treatment for atfectlons )t with good notes. Klng'a Mountain whether on fuke play made a touch down through the ikin or scalp, I'ennys Drug Infant Planing Mill, Klng'a Mountain, Ky. Store or grown person. several men. n Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and en Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce. BLOOD POISON Phone 20. Cured by the Marvel of the Century B. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. 'n any Drives out blood po80t 3tage, permanently without deadly m M 5 PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. - nr, Your coal cheaper A&li YOU CAN BUY J, L.Beazley&Co.jiv. right now than any time in the year. Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. Furuituro and Undertaking. Day Phono 28. Night Phono 133. a.tribble, Stanford, Hentury, Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealer in Furniture, Matings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kindt oi Stock. Givs Them a Call. Price Right. ' CONCRETING Wearftln roltlonodoll kind, ot eon cretins, luch ui Illock Work, l'BTvmenti nd. In lct. we cun raak nny thine Irom boo.e down to n Irnca io.t. W mo .mm nrt-olayou promptly nud gunrnnte work nnd innwrlal. Uall nnd ret our nrlCMi your material at least. twlor. you buy trt. kl nt STANFORD. - KENTUCKY Phone 11. J. Fall H. Baughman& Co. An PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Harry Jacobs, Dealer lu und MunulKCtutvr of Winter Suitings Mi Mr & '""""?. gl Jly new fall and winter samples are now roady for your Inspection. Thoy comprise tho bot on tho mnrktt. 1 ean suit nny ono ns to price who has his clothes made to order. A suit made to your mensuro is preforublo To havo to roady made clothes them made to ineanure doesn't eost any moro than ready made when Quality and lit U Baiaw. Come " tt In and let PxacUeal Tallor.8 H. C. Marblo and Cranlto Montr montH, nnd Mrkr nnl l'o.. .(Vmetwy worki,l.nw JlO Vuiemtml notUei. Offlcn und Klunvy.Ky. When Hungry OOTO Rt7. "a Reitnurant lJineaatr, Htrtat Htnnfonl K, u, CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Hralmerredatall bour up to 11 Iluitplaeulu wn lor a jooJ quick mrnl. I cinlurnl.hUiijutllowltlitlie wvll n tbo frlivt ntrul tlovri, plant, of (looking to ault our ouitomrrounplalty on kbort Hplendld new line of fancy all kind.. Iiullw. pollrU notlc. Alio luukM u ipvclulty o( ruutU flroccrloa. lorturuiH'ruluurixtii'". nloy, I bate all th lbs In vonueullun Hand icbot, plo.CUutter milk kind, ol v.iHiiul. on uuud nl rrmouablc Hot Uoffee, and iwuet milk, etc., at all tlmi. "'""''OHKIHTM AK OllKEN 1IOUHKH, Carton'. :.. ori. bt. "DUwStf.,W-M:4,,.H.- A. CARSON, P.ai. sfclBt'6- -' 4 3 TUESDAY, u OCTOIlKIt 18th, 1010 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. In asserting that you S3- - , i Children's Coats. have a large assortment of Coats for all ages from Infants Misses' 18 year size. Wj to jOH &iWe nwyr flBk have a quantity of sample coats at cut prices; WE FEEL PRETTY SAFE can't beat our qualities and prices. We point to the fact of our growng business that our methods are agreeable to You had best get ready for the Cool Fall Days thatf&remponwR-Thour customers. In fact wc arc so new coats are very pretty and quite different fram UsU scor confident of it that we invite you to call, and, if you can, critisize son's styles. either the quality or prices of our We have a variety of styles and fabrics and they aref marJ&sSSs-i- ' merchandise. The keener your reasonable prices. J judgment the more anxious we i arc to have you compare our offerings with that of other stores- - A Winter Coat SEVERANCE & SON, 76 r Stanford, Keutucky. MIbb Store Hpctlnl fountain pens for school use cents, nml 1,S5 nt Penny's Drug 1 PERSONAL NOTES Alfred Pence spent n day at the LxlnRton trots taut week. Mr. 'Stokes" Woner was In Lexing- f ' ton tant week. County Clerk (I "orgy II Coopor wag at tile Umlsvlllu race Saturday Ho wni. accompanied homo by Mono Cook of .Nashville, who spent Sunday here W. V. Saunders has been In Indian apolis scwrnl days on business. Airs Krnest Warren luft Hominy for Mliidlesboro, after SHvernl days with Mi unil Mrs Jos Bulluii r J C. Htuuluy, who Ins been nt for some time, went up to IJvniKston on business Sunday Mrs. II, I) Campbell, of Crab Orch ard, who lias been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. V Cummins returned homo Ian-caste- Mrs. Wntter Jonis of Louisville Is the gueM of her parents here, Mr, and Mrs J I, rotten Mrs Jason Wesley of Dan We, Is with her rrotlier. Mrs. 0. V. King. Liberty News. Mr. and Mrs J V Mutcheson were hern Wednesday Mr Hutcheson Is thoroughly delighted made by his new bank, The State Hank and Trust Co, of 9 tan ford, which opened Saturday The deposit the first day went far be)ond his expectations Mt Vernon Sffnul Mr Hutcheson spent Saturday In IjuUvllle on business, Mrs 8 U Hartley has gone to Paris to intend the Tnlbott (Jaltsklll, home wedding, which will take, place Tims-dItecep-tlo- n evening at six o clock from eight to eleven on Sunday had The Courier-Journthe following dispatch, from Prank-for- t which will be of much Interest u Cen-trn- Sunday. James llelden, who In relatives Sunday 'Ifci! I lmlsvllle, was hen. on a visit to Is well located ,Jl Indies or the Uaptlst church will havo an exchaiiKc and bazaar on Thursday, December 22. They claim I l - this date Mr. and Mrs Tom Crnlfr, of Stanford and Mr. and Mrs. George Kc!l or Marksbtiry have been visiting Mr. Mesdamcs and Mrs. Adam Kelly John C Mcltobcrts nnd John Kout nnd Miss Martha l'axton Hout, of Stanford, were guests at a suraptl-ou- s dining last Thursday at the home Lancaster He- of Mrs. I). L Lackey cord lotm H Shanks. Chief of Police II I). Carter Is suffering wltr a bad attack or rheumatism In his neck. Mr. nnd Mrs. J II Woner nnd Mr. and Mrs. V. C Uarman were In Lexington last week Mr and Mrs J U ltevnolds who havo been vUltlng Mr. and Mrs. Kd Martin and other Kentucky relatives and friends returned to their home home at Cairo, Mo , Wednesday Mr and Mrs rthur Collier, or Carnently In Arkansas lisle, nre the guests of Mrs Collier's W II. Hopper or this city has ngaln brothers Messrs. Richard and Robert matriculated In trn Louisville Presby-terlnScudder of this county. Semlniry for the ensuing year Mr E ( Hlckley spent Inst week occuUurlng the vacation ho has In Knoxvillu attending the Exposition. pying the pulpit In the Presbyterian Miss Ilertle Hardin who has been church at llurnslde. the attractive guest of Mrs J. Frnnk Col .1 P Swore the popular circuit Smith has returned to her home nt tlork, was In Krankiort on official Norton, Va here Miss Nnncy Waxo of McKinney, is b'islness last week. l An engagement of Interest to Pror J H Everett principal ot tne spending the week with Mends In Kentucky Is that of Miss Kllza-bet- h Wall Allen, or Mlllersburg, and Crab Orchard High School wns here Louisville. C Cosby, of Junction City, Col E Aherson, of Krnnkfort The on bulncs Saturday Jesne Mr O H Masters, of McKinney, Is on the sick list, his manay friends engagement was announced by Julian proprietor of the popular Masonic Ho- will regret to li orn (J. Allen, tho prospective bride's fathwedding will tel, took the train here Saturday for Mlilcrsburg. er, of The SHORT LOCAL NEWS take place early In December, and tho n short visit to his old home at Kast oung couple will make their lorae In Ilernstadt. Ill'g Sale Saturday October, 22, 1"J10. Mr W I) Johnson the populnr bonl Frankfort, e face or King's Mountain was here on U. IJ Prultt, Moreland, Ky. .Mr Alvcrson was formerly business Saturday In the Legislature from LinSix per cent penalty goes on your Mrs I J Coode and little grandcoln county, and at the last two sesIn city taxes Nov 1 llettcr pay up beiore sions of the Legislature was assistant daughter are visiting relatives then. P.. U. Carter, Collector. clerk of the Senate He Is wldoly Crab Orchard. Ilev. and Mrs. ltobert Mc.MullIn, of known over Kentucky. .Miss Allen Is For Sale Five room cottage nnd one of the moat charming and beauti- Lebanon spent several days with all necessary outbuildings; well last week. ful young women in Central Kentucky friends here fenced. Apply to llud Holderman P. Btagg was over from Lextng-to- n 8. Her father Is president of a bank at on business Saturday. Mtllersbtirg will Lit Scnnland, or Richmond n ix-e-n Mrs. J W Alcorn and daughter Miss Kate Alcoin .or Stanford, who nre spending several days nt the SeeN bach to nttend the I' I C convento visit Mr. nnd tion, go Mrs. Hill Spalding for a few davs at their home In Crescent Hill Louisville Post. Mrs (leorgc Hunn and daughter Miss Fnnnle Hunn hae gone to Arkansas where they will trnke their futuro home Mr (leorge Hunn accompanied them but will return to Shelbv City nnd close out his stock of merchandise beroro locating perma- RlUabcth Bailee, of Harrods-burg- , Is the attractive guest of Mrs r jr " Ths Little Things That Cbnis Such as Belts, Bags, Cottar pi&& in f Neckwear, Scarfs etc. ' I I -- We are showing all the Gsewesfet things. i U, U, W. E. PERKINS, rr . Kcprc-mutativ- rv rw r u i.l w wm ik w iiiii wr w it W V H B pteacb at the Presbyterian church and Thursday evenings. Wanted a salesman for this and surrounding counties with a first-claline ot furnishing goods, notions and pants. David Ades, Lexington, Ky. For Sale. Urlc'k "house and two acres of land on Somerset street; nlc0 cottage on East Main street; house and 2.1 acres on East Main and a house and five acres or land on Dan ville avenue,. Apply to Harvey Helm. Wednesday ss One good secondhand SUPERIOR GRAIM 0 o For sale rvhutely my home on East Mrs h. U. Cook, Stan- lord, Kentucky. Main Streof. at ' i Thorn will be n nle sunner at Cosh- en school hoube on Saturday night at T SO. for the benefit oi tno cnnarens Everybody Invited to home socio t) come nnd help a good cause. given rhoro will be n hallow o'en party v to the oung people of Stan-lornt which n mystery supper will be served, Oot J'Jtli, Iook lor piaco v.' and menu lit uet Imuc Cause home missions. THE GREATBANKRUPT SALE i.h OF THE WHITE STOCK IS STILL (9 DRILL At A Bargain.. W. H. Stanford, Kentucky. Q&& HICCIMK " RE' $& IV - jj 'it t ' At i'i -v I & GOING ON AND A FULL BLAST. OF SHOES A SPLENDID STOCK HATS, SHIRTS AND CLOTHING. ETC. TO SELECT FROM AT AS TONISHING LOW PRICES. Col.. J - D Swo.ie. T J Hill. W S.r 0 llrnni mill ('oncreSSmnn Harvey Holm will speak to tho . L- O Soo$ L R. Hughes 0$$$ & " .. JTi-X3i?5- - - sy? d stgicfea5n P? it.C V-- Soit 4 ' ftnllltli: -- tl.l0.nnltln o VOICri Ul Illinium."" trlfln at 7 oVIocV. Ever one is Invited out . .. T. V. Humble fismm: w.p.jnx-- v ' i ' .x!j . lV i viv, YOU can spend more money for your clothes we are asking for these and gel a good wW I v Coiynht Hart Schaffner & Mara oi umwi, NOTICE . f.iturn Mr i:. L. Relnhart will r. collect all water and light bills. It Is Important that you pay mm prompt ly us service win uo uibcouuiiuuu nisecond etfott ter ho makes thoLight & Ice Co. to Water collecL Horton Hay dun, aged 73 years one of the most tuspecttd colored men ot the cltv died hero last week of tho InllrniUleb of age Ho was a slavo of the late Leo Havden, aud liked and respected by everyone. He was tho lather of John llnvilen, night clerk ot the St. Asaph nnd Joo Haydcn. to near tins guiay H" NEW LINE OF CORSETS. deal less valuejor your money. There is nobetter clothing made than these Tho tax books'of Crab Orchard grad ed school oro now ready anu taxes are duo. The penalty will go on Nov. 1. The books will always bo at tho otflco of tho Crnb Orclurd nankin? Lackey, MUs Ophelia Company 6t"3 Trciiburer. Mrs. J. C. Hays desires to thank tho (Jernmnla luburance Company, represented by II. C Haugliman, lor Jts prompt payment of loss occasion-oby destruction of a large window pane by llgtitnlug. AH who havo pnpfara for the Presbyterian fooloty will notify us at once, is we doilre to ship In n few days Mrs. J. D. Paxton, Prea. Tho oredltora ot John Trnylor. will pleuso fill their claims, properly verified wltl J I) Paxton limned ately. Mn Clara D Trajlor. d It you want to bo euro of yoor fi ure, under all conditions wear a War ner's Rust Proof Corset, Tbcy arc first with every new stylo. Wo hayf them in all sfres and prices. We tdsc carry the American Beauty, which 1st, comfortablo and desirable coraet. Cell and see them before buying. Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats Tjiey express the highest art in clothes-makin- g exclusive in design; the choicest of fabrics, both foreign and domestic; hand tailored. Suits, $7.50 to $35. Overcoats, $15 to $30. BE HUGHES, MARTIN STANFORD, & CO.,. Dry Goods,! Notions, Shoes KENTUCKY 4W . Adtnx. Cummins THIS 6TORE 18 & Weareni A MARX CLOTHES STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER 'ZSMT will instruct. -- t. u! Singleton, Sunt HoneynTooners" played to a Tho fulr house ut tho ojiotn houo Saturday night, but very few appeared to .. it Tho mnivicement ot the opera house was deceived as to the ..hnmMcr nf ihtt tllflV. OBd WB8 "UkeD In" llko ever) one else who attended. L. II Sncad ot Louisville Paptlst church October The colored uaTherb' Institue will bo hold at Stanford In tho colored z law It tuKen patiently aud persistently and prea(ed 1U firbt rcuuitr will reilevo tho most obstinatu cases men S'inday morning Ho ot indigestion, constipation, bad blood, tereoting family consisting of bad Itrcr uo matter how long stunt nnd ten mouths' old daujthw lug. Thau what Holllstor's Hocky will be cordially welcomed Uii it Mountulu Tea will do. 3S cents, Tea tuuulty. is .Mrs viaMs ktoV Mmn j The Presbytenan ladles wlirjsw nuv J D Jones the new pastor ot an exebanre and bazaar on gill , . the Buptlit church, arrived Saturday, Uec. 1Mb. or Tablets Shugars in & Tanner. - jiw r' V Crone m 2 Mutt ClfMhut: THE STANFORD. KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS SeUs Nice Farm M. C. FLOYD, OF PULASKI, 3HANK8 PLACE Hon. Ma V. TUESDAY, OCTOBKR tSUl, 1910 fnry. BUYS yT ' bHW V Dr. T. W. Pennington, fO hone f" Announcement Of JEL BAUGHMAN'S HORSE AND MULE EXCHANGE Home-ju- 2tW& rfJnd bayiJst st ;' Sold nig to do more returned with Logan's Creek church to M. C. Floyd of l'ulaskt counVAGUUMCLEANINB ty for ?5,000. Mr. dhunks still owns his large farm on Somerset plko, but WAGON which will be in decided to sell hi smaller ono on Salem, Ky. c For Sale A few thoroughbred, account of other Interests which ocJersey boag pig, April farrow Stanford thc last week of cupy his time. It la nice land. Mr. Durham, T. J. Kloyd nets possession November 16th Price reaionablc M-Crab Orchard, Phono 131. Work guaranOctober. For Rent About 17 acres of good Public Sale fall irass. Mrs. Martha V. Kir by. 05-teed to give satisfaction and For Sale 75 700 to 900 pound yearV. A. prices reasonable. Call upsteers. ling and In this rotinty Coffey. McKlnney. Having sold on Dr. T. W. Pennington steer For Sale 30 head of aoo-iu- . I Mill on cattle. Can bo seen on J. A. Ilobln- pleasure in who will take son's farm. For nrlces call on or October, 21t, 1910 write ('. r notion tobanon. booking your orders, also For Sale. 35 good young ewes nnd soil publicly to tho highest bidder of them pure bred one buck give you any information nil of tnyJacks and Jennets consist-Iu- k shropMilres. most Frank Smith, Hox 84 J. Stanford Ky. of 1 Jok; I or references on work Straed or stolen from my pasture asks; and one Jack jack; 2 which has been done in a small steer weighing colt; nil Rood colors and well bred, on Dlx Anyone glWng COO or 700 pounds. your city. and good workers; 15 Jennets most of srecovery wll them bought fit 11. U. King's at M oro- Information as to hi year. These Jennets are nil bo rewarded. Frank Cordler. G6 2 tund last Strayed or stolen 1,100 pound red bred to tho Tucker Jack. steer. Howard tor Inlorniatloii to K One trotting stallion 6- - ears-old- , Resident Representative. S. Powell .t Son. Ilustonvllle standard and registered; about 200 J T niankenslilp, ot I'ulaskt sold shocks of torn; a lot of sorghum nnd to V M. Ilrlght 20 gwd rahes nt IS Mr V. P. Kmcald the local tobacco cow peas; a storm buggy; one runnot think that K- about, good as now ; u lot f rarmlng buyer savs will be anydoes decline in the McCornilck binder; n lot thnt there account of the pool. Implements; market on of household goods ome Jersey cows lo ban bought about WO.000 pound nnd hellers; pair of work mules, 4 in ihn InHt ten dns nt trom ! to lie figures mrs old, 10 hnnds Idgh; 75 good mil Is still buying at the same u lie as he enn gel lo Jimt as stock ees and fe ho?s. This sale axks im int sny to thc tobacco growto is absolute. Your pries Is mine. ers that h Is still here and not tu worry S. (1 Ilrown .old 100 cattle nt H. M. HERNDON, stock yrrd hen- - last week Nminelley ." sold-- in Three miles south of Danville, two at from 3 to rents I A T I to cents old CQ nt fn-ol Junction City.. Shelby miles east For Sale- - Two extra good fresh Jersey milk cows. J A. Swlnebroad, business and not to quit business. City pott office. plko Adjoining Uio 49-2- J Du-ro;t 62-2my-farG5-4- Leave everything In thc rooms and send for the tnrm of If. Hnanks" MM. week sold 150 acres on Uio Somerset For Hale. 2 large steers and IB calJ 8, Mobcrly, McKlnney. 63-.wheat drill, good m l'taln nlae-hol- s Y. P. Logan. new, for al ihpap, tot mo Insuro your barns ana tobacco. W A, Trlbble. , For Sale. A welt Improved farm of 20 acres, nenti ML Balcm. household and kitchen furniture, stock, am rarmlng tools. P. H. Woodson. Ml ves. 4 The Crossett Shoe When it comes to dress wear, Crossett Shoes are what you want. We have every style, last and color. Work Shoes And medium welffht. Wc have a line, the best made from hand sewed to a machine made Wc have the Inpestructable Shoe for the farm that we absolutely jjuarantee. If not good, money refundeq or a new pair. Ask your neighbor. Mf npHL?v4 rler Fv.'. it v? v SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. SL' Nun-nelle- 'i STANFGID. H. (1 Lutes bought five hogs nt Dan vllle Monday at U The crowd nt l).inille court day Having decided to gle up fanning an rather slim, many of the farmers I will .elt to tle highest bidder on reiiMlnlng nt home to cut corn and sow wheat. There were very few cat i Thursday, October 20th, not oer to1-DRAFT F ILLiES. tie on the market, probabl 15 YEARLING The following personal property: 7C and thoy were not of n h)8h class All kinds ot farming Implement) ' to 12 DRAFT MARES. :I0r:"'EAR-OLfrom 3 and 4c buch as wagons, rakes, mowers etc. a few changing hands 14 to 12 DRAFT MARES. !M.3,.tfi 5 YEAR-OLTwo Intge work horses. 1 fnmlly mare, SALEI FO gentle, 1 brood maro by Enoch Arden DRAFT GELDINGS to MO.tlAo 4 YEAR-OL1 H mare by Cialton. 1 I will sell nt my place near High ylOCGENERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS. old lllly by Dignity Dare, 9 cattle 2i PURPOSE MARES. land on 320G3ENERAL lieep,, 3 goods Jennets, 1 Jack col ' Saturday October 22, extra good, 6 mules one .OXSRANDED PONIES and several Shetland ponies 2 yearlings. s Also 1 good horse, 2 buggies, 2 good milk of three i ThfM ncre bought In Illinois, Missouri and Montana and surrey, buggy, cows nnd calves, 2 sows and seven fodder, er-branded but were raised under fence and will handle kind and lot of corn, harness etc, milk cows. hunt 8 ncres of corn, a lot of nice hurkhoard, and gentle. PRICES FROM $15 to $200. HUNTING At tho same time 1 wll oats, household and kitchen rurnlture 1 will Close ot or put into winter quarters all unsold by Nov. 15, prcpara-cioiy.tMRS. ELIZABETH OAVia rent my farm of 1S04 acres mile west going to Atlanta to engage In the mule business until April 15, 1911. or .Moreland. It ha all necessary Improvements. f or six acrestor. tobac- LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE sale of Mules and Broodmares co, 27 1 .VillrUH'n return and prepare for acres for corn, 68 acres Tor held next September. As I only bought these to eat a surplus of small grain, remainder In grass. J. 1. tto.b 100 acres in tine shape; crop goei4 any other stock to graze, especially Chandler, Auctioneer. Terras given raws. "will exchange any of them for with. Uetter come quick. J. M Key More-lantiilM and cattle. Am always in the market for high class mules and on day of sale. J. J. Sl'KAItS, nobis Waynesburg. Ky. J. H. BAUGHMAN, 3lUi HOG RAISERS FOR SALE PRIVATELY Stanford, Ky. -- Phones 46 and 116, This 200 acre farm of virgin soil cents per Is for sale prUately In the uext 30 Are your hogs worth If you have anything to sell head? Ye guarantee S days. Location 5 miier irom aianuiru in the on Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy .? and 3 ii!.v form r.invt ' fl to keep hogs healthy and free trom Stanford and banvillo n'ky with ' LINE ba-- i. disease for 5 cents per hmd Per 16,000 brick dwclllurf with cures Cholera, Kills and other o.it hour.e.' and I ear school month. It Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, Aids .TSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMflwSBnSBBv Take to Olgestlon and causes hogs to fatten house and a ;ood ne;hlorhoo'l. invery rapidly. This remedy used Yards and endorsed by leading hog Israisers Terms reasonable. P For furtherStanNunncIIey's New Stock Chanaler. formation write .1. country. Come In ford, Ky.. R. F. D. No I. ox 23. TT Imvsnnrl tpl s everv dav in the throughout the you about IL and let us tell I year except Sunday. Bring oo Hold by New Stanford Drug Co. your stf ck. Best market in ;r-a- T POSTED the K tate with plenty of ii CINCINNATI MAKKETS i.prlvtt ctvptk nenc. outside of Louisville or Lexington A .nH Cincinnati, Oct. 15. Cattle lte-(The hunting season is upon us and eelnts 1.26S: market slow; 10i2fio nearly everyone wants to post his STANFORD, KY. We alo do a general hitch and feed business. lower; fair to good shippers J5.I0 The charge Is 21 cents cash place ..5, common J2.25iyi3.50. Hogs lie- - with name.) celpt'' 2,087; market stow, 5yiI0c T A. Itlce K. I). Denham higher butchers and shippers I9.15& M. J. Hoffman J V. Hughes. Sheep 9.2.r; common J6S8.25. J II Acton. 1,366; market slow, I0yi5c .Market Lanmbs lower, ?2fJ3.7fi. slow, lOtflSc lower, $3.506.40. car loa ds of mares and geldings of all sizes from Shetland ponies to half draft mares, 1 to 5 years old, that will weigh l,t60 io 1.400 when matured, Just the kind to raise high priced mules this '. Jtnov actual experience. 5 4 2 4 Public Sale and Renting 11 D. 2, K: 2 S SCHOOL SHOES! j i 1 4 I Buy your Children's School ft Shoes from L. L. Sanders and get to a nice School Box with each w pair. two-third- s v i rL..L., SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Pablic Sale' I -- flBM? .fiiff&52 ' j tf Hastoaviile Prjwrty Having I STOCK jmaBmm& JSfiamond Edge Food Cutters &s& ts mi t4 UyFaod NOTICE. -- BiV (sn ? Notice that we say Food Cutters, not food macer-ato- rs nor choppers, but Cutters. The Diamond Edge Food Cutter actually cuts the food as clean as a pair of scissors cuts paper. It is In time of sudden mishap or accident that Chamberlain's Liniment can be relied upon to take the place of the family doctor, who cannot bu found at tbo moment. Then it Is that Chamberlains Liniment Is never found wanting In casese ot sprains, cuts, wounds and bruises, Cnamberlaln's Liniment takes out the soreness and drives away tho pain. For His Sake "My husband begged me to take Cardui," writes Mat- -i tie L. Bishop, of Waverly, , Va.. "and for his sake I a- -" greed to try it Before I had J taken 1 bottle, I felt better. "Before takine Cardui I suffered miserably every month and had to go to bed until it wore off, but nowj am all right" BIO other property In Huston-vlll- o ulli ou I n'' "'" Saturday Nov. Sth. 1910 V sell thp following described real estate Ono Irarae houso, with IS rooms, arringed so that two famine live In It, two back yards; ono (can , extra nice vncunt building lot; ono y i extra largo barn, a good I livery bam. 2 large sheds; 2 lasting I wella; ono back lot Thlu property Is well fenced and In ) STIRRING'TIMES. good repair; has all outbuildings neces sary nnd Is situated on Main and Col-w- e are having In the building line. (lege streets, one square from very flno We carry a full line, of lime, plaster, graded school; one square from tho hrlstlan church; one square from cement nnd everrtnlng else needed ' Haptlst church and two squares from Kvcrjthlng purchased, , for building. cnurchi ttnd ,n a ,plea. I of the best quail- - j,j neighborhood, here will be foun I will also sell one Curtis Held ty and the best for Intended purposes. glass-frocarriage, as good as new; We will save you trouble and uuku two good high wheel sulkies; two snry expense by sending to us for an pj,u(,lo,lgf one e drUIng cart; ' ono Hancock disc plow and 600 or 600 estimate. I Jw S-W- tno-stor- y tno-stor- ,,,, two-hors- ! J. Uilen of No. 1 -. A ALLEN.f ., Stanford. r KV. m i J. C. McClary, phono or otherwise O. S For other at two o'clock. al ue'n promptly on uay ot saie. lerrus mauo Known particulars address by CARPENTER. hay. Hustonvllle, Ky. Titt Diamond Edfle Food Cutter Is so carefully adjusted the toughest tendons In meat are cut clean. A Diamond Cutter turns with probably half the exertion In other kinds as a result of this clean cutting refulrecl principled It cuts meat into sausage, shreds cocoanut, attachment for slaw, 4rts eetUr, also has a pulverizer etc. Thc fastestmaking cutter -- out grinding pepP". coffee, .SsweeKlStt .us show you. FOR 'SALE BY OfcUrtUE n. runnui aiwnrwnn, rvt. now owned by Clarence J. Slpple, the Large Stock Of RUGS AND DRUGGETS IN NEWE8T DESIGNS NEW FALL AND WINTER LINERY. MIL- I Lwt ""Si J BIG LOT NEW AND SECOND HAND nineteen acres of land adjoining same, FURNITURE HANDLED SEP. ARATELY 4a .te district court of the United St&ica for the Eastern district of jKeatutky, la the matter of Clarence j.J. Siple, Ilaukrupt. rNoice ot Sale onDankruptcy. t, uw . .virtue of an order entered by J the above . Grander, referee in otyUd case, I, as trustee of same, wlll en Saturday the 22nd dty ol October A. D.. 1910, between the Jiouroof 10 o'clock a. si. and 3 o'clock jj). m. on the premises being 52 acres t tinu land, situated in Lincoln .eounty, Kentucky, on the waters ol Qr-- m river, adjoining the Denbam , trm. and lying near the postoltlce ol Kentucky, oxpose to public ' Jumbo, aale to the highest and best bidder. rXrcMb in hand, the above described 'dsxst.w parcel of land, together with bankrupt above named, and also ono-baInterest la the growing crop UNDERTAKING '8TOCK FULL AND COMPLETE. upon tho said land. my hand this the 19tn Given under day of Alguat. ,1'JIO. OEO.'B. PRUITT, R. A. DYCHK, Trustee. Moreland, Ky. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lan and Garden. Write for Free Catalogue. No Agents H. F. HILLENMEYER & SON8. Lexington, Kentucky. FARM FOR SALE. !?3I nnrpA. 2 1? mllaa Rmithanat nr llustonvllle, known as the Dennett Cloyd farm, CO acres in wheat stubble, remainder In grass; well Improved and a tine stock farm; will sell at a bargain. A. W. Carpenter, Moreland. EUREKA PORTRAIT CO., - Tho Woman' i.mCr V V nil l' H 1 11 fi I Undertaker bpH Embamer STANFORD. Office 'Phone 17 J Ir WHEN THE FIRE ERCiNE tOMES Is no time to be V X v. Tonic Home ;jhone 35 Makes a specialty of all kinds of portraits In oil sepia, crayon, pastel, India Ink and water cols work guaranteed ors, We are prepared to framo pic Mgli-clas- "Incorporated" You know Cardui will help you, because it hasH helped others who were in the same lix as yooi It is not only a medl-- j cine for sick women, but' a tonic for weak women.. Being made from mild.! gentle, vegetable ingredi ents, it is perfectly harmriJ less and lias no bad after-effec- ts. a. O.GARTGP, Newerw.. v In. BjBl Hkssv regretting your neg- Depot Street, Phone 06, STAN FORD. KENTUCKY. 8TANF0HD, KY. lect to get Insured. The tlmo to secure a policy Is before not during or description tures ot every Prices reasonable, Otflco and factory opposite court hoiiae, Lancaster Street. Cardui can be relied upon to help you. Try it today. At all druggists. about 2j acres In cultivation; plenty of water. Ileason for selling out not event. able to work on farm. I'rlce rearon-able- . JA3. A. KINQ. 60-3- aftor a fire. It Is beforu thc tiro with PHONE 200 you now. Neither you nor anybody FARM FOR SALEI elxo can toll how much before or how 80 acres lying 1 tulles weal of little bt'foie It Ilue us Issue you Highland; a good cottige and outhouses, barn etc., G fields fenced; a policy toda) and be protected In any I. . W. ,i e S. FISH Jl- - -- 5Jfyli'L.jlggffl iVtiaiiBiiiwlj.iMi'ii)tiiii'iu'.' pmi )oatMinmmimmiM'K)Btimnn