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J w 1r r I 1 oJ 7 Tt I 1 7fHE INTERIO4R JOURkLJ VOLUME XXXVU STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY F1UDVT OTOBE Jl t 114oSly 1 SENSATIONAL SUITS I FILED IN COURT MISS DOLLIE SINGLETON ASKS 5000 FROM W P MARTIN 1FOA ALLEGED SLAN DER OTHER SUITS r a Several sensational suits hoVft Leon riled In the Circuit week Courtthisand tho next terns olnClr cult Court promises to develop name Interesting litigation4 1 Mist Doillu Singleton n school teacher 9f Row land through her Attorney Ij 11111 Jr flied milt against P Ma- rtla4wcJLknown young rnllroadimun for 16000 damages for alleged slander Mr Martin li alleged to have made re marks about Miss Singleton which r thpetition alleges cast htav uloudi and suspicions upon her chastity Through Attorney F F nobbltt Mrs Belle Conley of Crab Orchard flied suit for 3000 damages against Curtis Egbert alleging that ho de taint bar and mado an effort to kiss her agalnst hqli will t Through Attorney Ocorgo D Flor once Annlo Stoner tiled suit for dl vorce from her husband Robert Ston er Abandonment f Is the grounds giv en They were married In 18S- 7Nannie hyena Ferris of color brought suit for divorce against her husband Ueorge Farrls pleading as grounds that ho hOI been coniird of a felony K B Alcorn II her at toroe7 Tw WiIt FILED JPR PROBATE JN COUNTY t COURjIERE f IJwo wills were probated In county court hero las week the will of Mrs Stra M Goode leaves all of her real i iato to her two daugters and her personality to her son so that the- sham of each shall be equal Theesy ate Is valued at about 14000 The mot Miss Mary Pepplcs wal probated leaving borcstate to M H Ieyton during his lire and at his death to go to Mn Mary Anderson wife of i II C Anderson of Uts cUy Miss Pepples estate was also valued at about HOOO Jhjf McELFRE8HONANA Miss tyelllo McElfresh aged 17 both of the MllledRevllle section were married Mtvthe home of the bride there on Wed nVsday and will go to housekeeping ba tho grooma farm They were grunted license here by County Clerk Cooper and have goof wishes Irom their many friends DAVIS NAPIER T Wilson Napier aged lU and Miss Beulah Davis aged 16 wcro granted license by County Clerk Cooper Tues day and were married at Crab Orchard They are a very popular young couple Mr Napier being the sails tant postmaster of Crab Orchard and have hearty good wishes of all who know then for complete happincts STEVENS BURKE Oscar Burke a wellknown young farmer of tho Crab Orchard section And Miss Bessie Stevens also of that Vicinity secured license hero and Were readeoee at Crab Orchard Tues day They have hearty congratulat lions fromraany friends FIkE MULE KILLED I Interior JournalDear Last Saturday night my herd of mares and coltaVere etrtmpfe4byf- ox bountta causing them to break out of the pasture over a high gate and r fence and a fine mare mule colt to break Its leg Thus stock Is perfectly quiet and never known to break a fence before Tbs colt was by Mr Sam Harris Jack and as fine a speci men as 1 over saw I had repeatedly turned down an offer of 1125 for her und refuted to price her at flGO 1 her to relieve her of tho auf tfeting I write this sincerely hoping It will catiaa fox hunters to cease 1mv ther damaging me by hunting on my premisesVery truly A W CARPENTER Wouldnt Pay Camnitz LINCOLN COUNTY BOY SHABBILY TREATED BY PITTSBURG CLUB The dally papers have nil carried te1ling al League baseball team turned down Inward Camnilz the popular Huston ThedkpajehThere Is a big row on In the Pitts burn baseball club Howard Comnltr has gone to his home In Kentucky minus 1200 bonus which he said had been promised him at tho close of tho season In case he had abstained from Intoxicants throughout thesna son Barney Dreyfus yesterday even Ini paid Camnltz In full Tor the sea son but would not pay the 11200 bonus saying he was not sure Cfynnlt had earned It Fred Clnrk make- the flnnl decision Comnlti says he can produce 100 affidavits that he has kept sober all tho season There was a rig row In thft office of Drcyftis lost evening when Dreyfus gave Camnltz his check Tho father of tho pitcher was with him And It was prlntedhirr this evening that the elder Camnltz shouk Dreyfus rather roughly by the roof collar Dreyfus admits tlia both men threatened him and that bo retired to his own office The Camnltz ram ily then left PIttsburg according to reports but before going the pitcher spade an open address In which he criticised President Droylus severely saying be would never pitch ball for him again that Drcyfuss had tromlsed himself and Hans Wagner 500 last year It they would win the pennant but that he had not made good to either Dreyfuss gave out nn Interview this eYeing admitting that he had exercised the antldrlnklng clause n Jlw contract of Camnltz and had withheld the 100 nor would he pay It unless Clark on his arrival In the morning will shy It should be i I paid HailBeazley POPAYOUNG LINCOLN COU PLE WED IN DANVILLE I310rRnnH Beazley and MlssLucy Ann Hall lurprhdl aiany freAda by securing license to wed hero ami driving to Danville where they were quietly married ffn Wednesday Doth have a wide clrcje of friends who will wish themmlch happiness as they go together through life Mr Beatify Is one of the best known young farmers In Lincoln county and Is popular wlth all who know him His bride Is the daughter of Mrs M A1 halt Is beloved by all her friends for her splendid character sweetness of disposition and attrac tiveness and wlirmakea loving help meet for the man of her choice They will go to housekeeping at once on burl Ueazleys nice farm on the Dud dtrars Mill pike A GENEROUS AND CHARITABLE WISH I wish all might know ot the bene fit I received from your Foleya KId ney remedy says I N Hogan Far offer Mo His kidneys and bladder gave him so much pain misery and annoyance he could not work nor sleep He says Foleys Kidney Reme dy completely cured him Shugrars tad Tanner BsUie 0Dr H Icicle and Carpenter gavo a lecture at the Christian church Sun lay A P Sloan Is on the sick list J C nun kin sold his tine half In crest In the M D Eubanks farm to his son in law Mr Fitzpatrick at 1125 per acre and bought the helmn farm of 140 acres In Uarrard at SOU Mr Rankin will move In a fow dnys J TJ Sloan had a very valuable family horse to die of colic last week Mrs CK McClurp and Miss Kama Fltzpatripk wertt visiting Mr and Mrs Farris Fitzpatrick last Saturday and Sunday1 PJalTjonM hasbeen la PulaskI look ins for a farm THE DEMON OF THE AIR Is the germ ot la grippe that breathed In brings suffering to thousands lie after effects are weakness nervous ness lack of appetite energy and am bill on with disordered liver and kid neys The greatest need then Is tIM trie Witters the splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of thestomach Ilverand Kidneys Thousands have roved that they have wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the cysteat and restore health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If Buf fering try them Only 60 cents Vor feet satisfaction guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store LINCOLNS GRANDSIRE LIVED IN LINCOLN INTERESTING RECORD FOUND IN OLD BOOK IN COUNTY CLERKS OFFICE Surveyors1 bobK No 1 of Lincoln county contams an entry by the then County Surveyor of the tact that on the 12th day of December 1784 by virtu o of two treasury warrants fer 400 pounds Hich heittinveyed to Abra ham Lincoln 800 ncresfr vacant land on Greed Iflver Jn Lincoln county The boundary ot the land Is described In that record As this county was ben a haft of Ufa State of Virginia IL Is presumed that the flu ernor of that State issued to Abraham Lincoln u patent for the land indeed book Eo on imKft130 In Tiij county clerks orricc Is afrecord of li deed dated December 24 1503 from Mordecal Lincoln ot Washington county Ky by which he conveys to Uhrlstopher I Hlffo the same boundary of land which Is described In the above men tloned record of the surveyors certifi cate Mordecal Lincoln In the deed II styled heir at law of Abraham Lincoln Until the first day of Jan uary 1787 the law of Virginia was that on the death of a person owning real estate In fee simple the title to the real estate descended to his old est son Tho biographers of President Lincoln state that his grand father was named Abrmtmmthat he was killed In Jetterson county 1br anMn dlau within a tow years of hIs migra tlon to Kentucky and tint he left three sons Mordecal Josiah uud Thomas the latter being the father of the president With the record of the surveyor certificate U the record of the plat or map of the land and that mop In connection with fact that Uen Christo i her Rlffes old homestead Is stilt well known to the older citizens In that section makes It reasonably cert- Ain that the SOO acres of land so sur veyed for Abraham Lincoln the grand father is what Is known as the old lUfe farm which lies a short distance West ot Mlddleburg In what Is now Casey county And the tact that tho teed from Mordecal Lincoln shows that the consideration was four hun Bred pounds tactful money about 12000 shows that the land had been Improved Into a home presumably by the father from whom Mordecal Lln cola inherited the lan- dMMEg Mr and Mrs W T Miller and Q R Jones went to Louisville Monday Mrs Martha Fogle and daughter Miss Ltazle of Danville spent several days here last week J C Fogfe Is laying the foundation fur a nw cottage on the lot he pur chased of R U Young some time ago W Q Hatter died at his home oneS and a half miles south of Ypsemlte Sunday afternoon He was the oldest citizen In thus section Being nearly 0 years old His remains were laid to rest Monday afternoon by Rev J Q Montgomery There Is but little doing here at prevent and news items are scarce as hens teeth If something does not turn up soon we will be forced to Jump on some inoffensive road over rtcr fog Imaginary dereliction of duty or make a suggestion as to the man agemrnt of our public highways to fill tip- The price of flour has reduced somewhat In this market bgtthe bakers loaf that we get here grows smaller tad beautjfully less as tbpYdny goj by i CAPT BOGAROUS AGAIN HITS F THE BULLS EYE Thta world fameus rUle shot holds the championship fjforfl+ rof 100 pigeons In 100 consecutive shots Is lying at Lincoln III ne ntly titer vlewe be sayI Buffered a longtime with kidney and bladder troubl- enpuled rtvera1IWttt i kldwy medtclaea all of which gave 004 relief until I started taking Foleya Kid aey Pills Before 4 uBe4 Foley 8 Kid Icy Pills I hud severe backaches and mina in ay kidneys with suppression land a cloudy voiding On arising in the morning J would get dull headaches Now I have taken three bot ties of Foleys Kidney Pills and feel lOll per cent better 1 am never bothered Iwth my kidneys or bladder and again feel like my own self Shugars and Tanner A RELIABLE MEDICINENOTAN ARCOTIC Get the genuine Foleys Honefand Tar in the yellow package safe and ffective Centring no opiates Refuse substitutes Shugars and Tan nero HUSTONVILLE COUPLEWED MAY BUT KEPT HAPPY SECRET ALONG TIMEoTHER LIVE WEST END NEWS r Hustonvllle Oct 20 daughtJsjirle tqn has been tendered and accepted the position an teacher or the neynqlds school jn thejr new ReynoldsborneJ F Alstolt sold Wm Dodd Midst geldingby Chicgvicinity Mr WrJghtJs a native ot tile West End and Is a successful mer chant In thatgrcnt Wliidy city on tbo lake r focualtribethe home of J J Newell near Jumbo Mrs MollloMcCormaok leaves this week for a months visit with rela tives In 8U Louis Mo and Wichita KansasWith a membership of only about 2Q the ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church deserve a well earned applause After aiding their church In many ways they have Just contract ed with Lusk k Mclvlnncy for a concrete walk from Main Street to the church steps about 12i yards 1J 0 Cover has rented for tho com ing year tho Wright farm and bought all their stock and product of the mrm Your city tax for iplff Iii dU1 Pen altyot G per cent wll Cbo added Nov 1 W H Lair City reflector The numerous friends of Vr and Mrs Fred Jeffery will be delighted to learn of the greatly Improved condl Mrs Fred Jeffries will be delighted to to drive out and spend a day with his friends Miss Marjorie McCormack has a very gentle four year old torso not afraid of train or auto to sell at a bargain It Call on W f Lair for rooting pulut building papery eift Also buggies har ness and farming Implements gro ceries fresh and cured meats The wide awake little village of Geneva Is still Improving and their well assorted I ockot goods aro be- Ing sold at prices that brings more tBdIA college building will be erected soon and town lots are In demand Corn Is being offered and sold along the Green river valley for I2GO per barrelMr H McBcath of Columbia a line young business man was the quest of admiring friends In our city It Is earnestly hope that he maye be induced to make his home In this end of Lincoln county and we assure him a cordial welcom- eJ C Uoode who Is visiting here Is a native of Casey county and now cashier of Pine Knott Banking Co- Up was most agreeably pleased at the eroatly Improved conditions and ovl dences of prosperity In the West End since his last visit several past His friends anti relatives In our city are anxloji for him and friend Mr Wal fir Urayles to locate In the West tSd permanently The best Joke of the season Is on Misses Allle Stags Carrie Lips Parker Swope and Milton McCormack They motored down to Junction City ODe flay last week and atter told the porter to call them BupperI the midnight train Being hurried to the ticket office and all- vkedfor excurslpn round trip lick ta to Mammoth Cave The agent Informed them they were Just one day late as the Mammoth Cave excursions left the day before Ask them how they enJpyeA Uy fammoth Cave trip and youll set shot With three g9odrjsUed crows work oh the new residences ot J O Carpenter June Hocker and Dr Chll dress progressing nicely and others are waiting when they have these finished The many friends of the high con tracting parties will be delighted to know that Mr Gene Dunn and Miss- athleenl tho handsome daughter ot Mr and Mrs Wm McKinney of our city were married 1st day of last May This being the first announcement ot their marriage bridal presents and congratulations are In order Mr and Mrs D S Carpenter very handsomely entertained with a splen dill dinner lost week In honor of quit anunfte of relations Wo were delighted thto week to meet fagain our dear friend J C bode of Pine Knott Ky whom wo hadnot seen for about 50 years Tlmo has dealt lightly with him and success never followed a better man and may his shadow never grow tees Lusk and MclCJnney the concreteI contractors deserve the name of hust lees from away back The have completed six fcood sized contracts the w ek and are now IfftheIicNtrbungif 7 1 Paid to Cuffiires REMARKABLE STORvABOUT DESTRUCTION OF BASTIN LINE rdprintsthnDasUnsaysI here at Home that In last April J N Cox manager of the Ualn st oro TeU phone Company whose home is nr Cookvllle Tenn called up J H Baker the Harriman manager of the Cum berland Telephone Company and asked a could get four men from HarrlnW Who understood telephone er that he could secure for him the Wiring He was informed by Mr flak Carr Shlftlett Chose and Wallinper mentioned in tho Advocate article He told Mr Baker to secure their servl ces and to advance them their expen lies to go to Danville They wero met Ijby W C Moore of Somerset and taken to Danville When they arrived In Danville they were told by Moore that he had four miles of private tele phono wire which he wished taken down but as he would be prevented front doing the work by Injunction If It were started In the day time he wanted them to do It at They followed the lnstructlogeor Mr Moore and were paid 500 per day for their cervices and their expenses attertheyyule untll tho next day There was no Idea that there was anything un uauaj about thetransactioiother than what was by Mr Moore It seem that tho line belonged to a competing company It was some time before it was learned who had taken the wires down Sheriff Fox came to Harriman and arrested the indictedhtHerbert Carr telephoned Mr Cox at Cookvllle asvseonas he learned of the trouble and twas told by Mr Cox that the Cumberland Telephone Company securinghhncomes to trial the young men will be witnesses against the men who em theyhadon as illegal piece of work and had no reason to suspect that the case was other than had been represented to them by Mr Moore CIGLERSELLERS One of tko most largely attended weddings held in Junction City was that of Mr William Sellers of New Austria and Miss Louisa Ulgler of Millcdgevllle lost week Tim groom la 28 years of age and the bride 20 years of age They are both very opularln their respective placea ot residence and fully two hundred peo pie attended the ceremony Im mediately after the ceremony they repaired to the home of the brides father Mr John Ulgler wtere a hand some reception was held Muulc luncheon and dancing was indulged In for novernl hours They will matte their hume In Mllledgevlllc LEACHWALT JohnY WaUa d 20 and Miss 1Y Leach qged 15 a popu lar young couple of the Kings Moun tain neighborhood came to town Sat urday secured license and were mar ried In the court house by Rev Oar land Slngktou Mr Walts Is a young farmer of the SouthenTend and will go to housekeeping at once Public Sale Having sold my farm to move to Somerset I will sell publicly on the PreachursvUle pike 2 1i1 miles Iron Stanford on Saturday November 5th Commencing at ten oclock tlie fol lowing property 5 head ot horses 1 Jack 2 fet milk cows lot ot corn millet sorghum all kinds of farming tMN5Ltwo horse wagon 1 onehorse wagon buggy and bar ness lot jef chickens good cook stove household aBkitchen furniture and many othec things too numerous to mention riTINSLEY SPOONAMORE Cot L P Chandler Auct IT BEATS ALL This Is quoteti from a letter of M Stockwell annlbal Mo I recently used Foleys Honey and Tar tar the first time To say I am pleased does not halt express my feelings It beats all the remedies I ever used I coax tracted a bad cold and was threatened gaveIL cured me Contains no opiates Shugara and TannerI NOTABLE NUPTIALS AT HUSTONVILLE CHURCH rDR TIM PENNINQTON AND MISS FRANCIS ADAMS ARE UNITED IN MARRIAGE Hustonvllle Ky Oct 20 1910 In the presence of a host of friends and loved ones Miss Frances Adams one of Loncolnx fairest daugters was united In marriage to Dr Timothy W Pennington hero this afternoon The ceremony was performed at the his torte old Presbyterian church which has witnessed so many nuptials of the loved ones of West Lincoln Never did the stately edifice seem more In harmony with happiness of the occas ion than today It was made a lovely bower of nature through the artistic decorative work of loving hands an Altar being built of potted plants ferns and other autumn beauties be fore which Rev Cary Blaln said the words which united these two young lives for aye The ceremony was simple yet beau tifully lmprestre Vmd was witnessed by an Immense thlong of the friends rand loved ones of te bride and groom It was an attornoo wedding and the bride wore a blue allored suit which was very becoming She entered tile church on the ar a of her brother Mr AJ Adams a id was met at the altar by the groom and his best man Prof Walter O H pper The dame of honor was Mn Rodman Keenon of Harrodsburg si iter of the bride who was very attractive In a white tailored suit Miss Ethel Fettro of Stanford presided at the organ and and played the chorus from Lohen grin as tho party entered the church Miss Dlrd Poteet of Hnrrodsburg softly sang Why do I Love You and Miss Fettro played a selection from II Trovatoure during the ceremony and they left the church to the chorda ot Mendelssohns wedding march The ushers were Messrs Charles Adams of Hustonville Rodman Keenan of Harrodsburg John Owaley Reid und Welch Rochester of Stanford Immediately after the ceremony they took an automobile for Junction City where they caught the fast L t NV train for a bridal tour to points In the south Upon their return they will make their home In this city The bride Is the daughter of Mrs Martha Adams and Is very well known In Stanford where she mode her home for several years while teaching in the Stanford High School It was while re was here that Dr Fennlngton wooed and won her She is a girl of wide popularity with every one sweet and cordial In disposition and attractive In face and figure and will be most heartily welcomed to Stanford to make her permanent home Of the groom too many good things cannot be said for he issue ot the most popular and prominent young men In Stanford has built up a splendid practice In his profession ot dentistry and has the respect and esteem of the entire community The popularity of the yound couple Is attested by the large Vnumberot handsome and useful presents recelv ode FOR MORE THAN THREE PS CADES Foley Honey and Tar has been a household favorite for coughs colds and ailments of the throat chest and lungs Contains no opiates Shugars Mt Salem Miss Hattie Mae Floyd ot this place celebrated her 19th birthday on the evening of Oct 13 by having quite a number of her friends with her All seemed to enjoy themselves Miss Arnola Engleman is spending thllweekwllbJletmotherAlrsEa glenian In DanvIJleYblIslt Olive Green ot Birmingham Alai spent Oast week with beivslaur Miss Mattle F oyd j Miss Green ondMttle Mrs K A Green left on the 16th for their home In the southv 1 Mr Matt Eogleman has been oa the tA i JOck list for the pastweak SAVED FROM GRAVE- I had about given up hope after nearly four years of suffering form a se vere lung trouble writes MrsM L DIx of Clarksville Tenn Often the pain in my chest would bo almost un bearable and I could not do any work but Dr Kings New Discovery has wade me feel like a new person Its best medicine made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup bronchitis and hemorrhages hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicinerTry lt 60c and 11 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store I 2 L w n THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY OCTOBER 21m Ml 1 r1 THE INTERIOR JoURNAL Established 1872 JBVBnY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At SI Por Year In Advance SHELTON SAUFLEY Publish Entered at the Post Office at stan lord Ky as Second Clue maiL POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A Hardin as II candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst at the election to be held November 1911 sUbject to the action of the Demo Senator Elzy Bertram Is making n wonderful race for congress In the Eleventh district The better class of republicans do not relish the candidacy of Powers and Ma overwecn leg desire to keep himself In the lime light has disgusted many who have iilo held doubts as to his guilt of the Goe bel assassination A great many of them have pledged themselves open ly to Senator Bertram while others are quietly working for him and the advices from till 11th are to the ef feet that If Powers is not beaten lit will poll a very nnch reducoJ wa Jorlty The following from tile Lr t don Echo one of the leading n putoH can papers of the 31th District is a a lair samrfe of how many of the bos republicans of that ssctlon took upon Powers and his candidacy The Echo lays The lion James B Howard of was In town several diys this week and it is being quietly whis pered about that ho is a prospective cnndcnte for v ernor Wo arc nt in a position to vouch for the truth of this rumor but one thing we can vouch for and that is he is fully qualified to run for governor on the IJoers ticket The most serloiE ob jections that we can see in support i lag him is that we fear he would not I pardon Henry E YouUey In time for i him to make the race for the United tStatesSenate f t PreachersviUe tauMr E Griffin of Griffin Station t accompanied by his wife and Mrs Wro Davis went fishing to the flatf rock a few days since The best fish caught this a blue cat which measur lit ced28 14 inches long and weight 9 12 fishtpr st quick moves rushing Into the middle 1I of the river succeeded In escaping mfr n with a good part of Mr Gs fishing tackle It Is thought to be a large blue rat which has broken many lines for the local sports for years p8stln these partr perhaps a mate to the big fl one caught years ago by Henry John son of color who was a fine flshor man A pretty little daughter has arrived 0 at the home of Mr and Mrs Grover kr Gastlneau In Ghrrard The mother was formerly Miss Alpha Naylor of this place Mrs T Meadows of Williamsburg and Miss Mary Ross of Garrard were visiting Mrs Fado Parks Messrs Samp Cummins and J F Pettus have returned from a two weeks sojourn at Springfield Mrs J B Mershon of Somerset Is visiting her sister Mrs I W P White John Bell and wife vis lied John Naylor J T Chadwlclt and daughter Miss Melsadla visited at W P Whites Mss Flossie May Sutton of Lancaster Is with her sister Mrs M O Kennedy Dr Wm Dooreu of Stanford was here Sunday a guest of Mr ad Mrs P E Parrish and at tended protracted meeting He call ed to see his old time friend Mr H Blankenship who conUnues quite l poorly Mr David Adams and family are much better of fever J R Rigs rT bys children are about well Mrs J M Cress is ill of chills John T Rlgsby sold to Harris Woods 15 feeding cattle at 5 cents George Brown bought 18 500 pound cattle of Sutton 6 Hammonds at 4 11 to 4 12 cents D M Anderson sold a weanling jack colt to Wm Shanks u for J160 also four mules to same at l H5 L F Thompson sold two two year old mules for 260 and bought a mare for 160 Levi Bell sold an i Aged mule to T J Stlgall for i60 John T RIgsby sold about 350 bales ot hay to B D lfoltzt law at 65 cents i and bought two calves of T W Napier t for 3250 J H Thompson sold Wm Bright 16 7SO pound yearlings Importantproperties the Grape are transmittedby ROYALBaking Itut y Pure to the food The food is thereby ft made more tasty and- digestible j at 462 12 The protracted meeting of the Baptist church closed Sunday nlgttt There were six additions The baptism of the converts was administered Monday atternoon J H McQuerry was visiting P F Kennedy and wife Mr Bradley Wilson spoke here at W C Cummins store Thursday evening to a good sized crowd in the Interest of the tobacco pool Mr Wilson is an Interesting speaker on a very Inter bAting subject His talk from start to finish was a straight Jorward sensl blc argument andwas heard with closest attention Much Interest and enthusiasm shown and we believe the growers willbe sensible and get on the Inside of th fence On account of foiling health W P White liRa decided to rent his farm and sell out and go to Arizona He will advertise In the 1 J soon William Naylor Is about to lose the sight In one eye Mr Henry Blanken ship Is about the same We were misinformed about Mr Frank Lynklns having typhoid his disease being ma larla Mrs Thomas Owens Is com plaining DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from underneath thc to with grcj lOUonr or fancy hair dressings when Penneys Drug store will guarantee ZEMO and ZBMO foap to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be ob- taIned In any city or town in America an1 are recognized the best and most economical treatment for all affec dons of the skin or scalp whether ou infant or person Ono sham ltchluapplication cleanse the scalp of dandruff and scurf We invite you to try ZEMO and ZBMO SOAP and if not entirely antis tied we will refund your money Pen nys Drug Store tl What Ails You Do you feel weak tired deipondenf hive frequent head aebes coned tongue bitter or bad taste in morning heart burn belching of i acid ruing in throat after t eating stomach gnaw or burn foul breath dizzy spells I 1 poor or variable appetite1 nausea at times sad kindred symptoms P If you have any considerable number of the dborc symptoms you are suffering from bilious seas torpid liver with indigestion or dyipepiia 0 Dr Piercea Golden Medical Discovery is made up of the most valuable medicinal principle known to medical science for the permanent j cure of such abnormal conditions It Is a most r efficient liver invigorator stomach tonic bowel y regulator and nerve ttreagtbencr l The GoldenvMedical Discovery is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum t full lilt of its ingredient being printed on its bottlewrapper and attested tFunderoath A glance at these will ihow that It contain DO alcohol or harm drug It fa fluid extract made with triplerefined glycerine of proper strength from the root of native American mediealL forest plants Dispensary Medical Association Prop T I r l REVIEW I SwUy ScWel Lea for OdD HIS- pccklfer I Arrmnsed lor This Ttr I Ooldn TcxtMAn it came to past when the days were well nigh come that he should be received up he ateadfaatl set hit race to co to Jerusalem and sent messengers before his teesLuke 9St IThe first elcmunt of a good review Is to make It a real review a general view of the whole period which has been tudled la this cue our review coy era IS lessons from Lesson III of the third quarter to Lesson III of this quarter I The second element It that the re now be made attractive and tater eatloj And It can be so conducted both In the class and for the whole school as to become one of the mod attractive and helpful sessions of Ute TfI fte period covered by this review trteads frost the summer of A D 89 to AprU 4 A D SO about mine Boeta I The pUM IB the Ute of Christ Is Ute last part of the great Qalllean min lay the whole of the Perean alas try la the country east of UM Jordaa ft6 the last fear dame at Christs pri Mo ministry la Jenwalem and YI laky I The MTraee oa the sap tM aaoTemmU of Jeaoa Capereaas Oa sarea Phlllppl Galilee taper UU1 Jerusalem Galilee Pest Jail Mo Bethany Mount of Olives Jero sales I I Picture Review PlaUqa1aa4and event both In color c black and white are now so reuo1 able In price as to make them j able for regular use In the class or Sunday school It Is a great help to tho memory If each class or each scholar makes a picture book of this part of the life of Christ The best boot for this purpose Is one made for this object of 140 pages with a peculti bat simple back which enables OB e to fill the book with pictures without at all distorting the coven which art of heavy board covered with tasty paper The text of Matthews Qom jl can be pasted In from some cheap edition of the Gospels or better written In the words of the scholar Great Interest can be added to thf making of these volumes in various ways They are ornamented with pea erarings For Instance the tact of I Jesus working as a carpenter during his young manhood Is happily illus trated by sketching a hammer a Jack knife saw or other carpenters toots Maps and charts find small pictures can be cut out of disused Quarterlies Illustrations can be preserved from magazines and newspapers small cards can be obtained with beautifully arranged pressed flown in various natural colors from parts of Palestine which Jesus hits made sa tied two cents each in packages of 25Another Form of Picture Review Mrs Estello M Hurl author of a capital volume on The Life of Our Lord in Art advocating the greater use of pictures In the Sunday school says A successful teacher oft a large Bible class in one of our churches wishing to provide something usually Instructive for Re view Sunday chose this plan she procured a large number of photographs descriptive of the life of our Lord placed them upon the walls and upon easels In the class room until she had the whole story told in pictures During the session no word from her was necessary except a few simple explanations while the pupils passed In silence from one picture to another taking In its beauty and Its lesson at the same time It was the most Impressive service I ever at tended said one who was there and the whole class echoed the same sea Ument as they slowly left the church Traveling by Stereoscopic Pictures Tfcess ars nine more t11lllar being used in day schools as well as In Sunday schools because the pictures are Incomparably better than those of a few years ago They are such lifelike representations of the places where our Lord lived and walked and taught the figures and tho scenes are brought out so clearly that it is almost the same as If we were actu ally traveling in the Holy Land People are more and more waking up to the likeness of the experiences that may be gained in the stereoscope to those gained by viewing them on the potThere are 100 pictures of Palestine In a leather CM with a book ea dosing a map sad a description of the tour through the Holy LudOfcourse a selection can be made of the pictures This can be made moat useful for an evening meeting with the clue It would be well for each Sunday school to own a set of these The Topical Review Let the scholar go through the lessons during the previous week eome taking one class of subjects and others another if they are unable to examine all thoroughly I Find all the statements that were applied to the life of the apostles IL Find those two which contain references to children III Find those which refer to marriage feasts IV Find those which are based on vineyards V Tell the story of each of the par shies VL Tell the story of the triumphal entry VIL Whet des We learn cheat watstv f61 YDL shouldIHARNESSfeet comfort We carry everything required In harness and horso goods but only the best and most reliable lines + If you need harness for farm Wagon or for a racing sulky you will get the best of its kind at J C McCLARY Stanford Ky REAL SANITARY PLUMBING InIbe sure that it Is real It Isnt tho 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 howW K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky NB NBNorthcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OP All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Branch T K Tuaor Mir WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Eggs 201c lien 9100 Fryers y lie Turkeys 1213c Ducks 7Se5b11c Roosters per lb Hides per lb 7c Feathers 15lOc LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of AH kinds of term produce and am paying today f r- lIensI12 to lOc = r 101RoastersTurkeys 12 to 11I bucks 7 to I Hides 6 12 to 7c Feathers V i 15 to 3c I Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick foriProduceI YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone41 J tBaughman Co Fall An Winter Suitings My dw fall and winter samples are now ready for your inspection They comprise the best on the market I can suit any one 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 made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready made when quality and nt taetsatL tem IB and let me ufcsi year meager H a jttg l iV tM FnetiMl TallorC HAVE A FIT i Did you ever notice the fellow with a new suit of good material well trimmed and yet it hung on him like a sack on a post Sure you have I The fault is in the A DRAFTING ofthe COAT In the HANG of the COLLAR the ARCH of theSHOULDER the ROLL of the LAPPEL our coats fit the average man We buy only STANDARD well TAILOLED WELL TRIMMED Coats and THEY FIT Our prices range from 15 to 30 in the- New Browns And Blues Iry one of our coats on and see if we cant fit you I H J McRoberts m 0 L Penny 11Schaal For the Kindergarten for the HighSchool mfor all grades We have the SCHOOL SUP fPLIESneededStationery Pencils Pens Rlsatisadoiilyfit money fB m PENNYS DRUG STORE rStanford Kentucky BBE9BBB9BBBBBl1BEBEfJJ 1 Y isLe Deaziey Co Undertaken and Embalm KB Also Dealers in Fur t TheywillJl Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Price Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In and Munnlactnrer of Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Pow Cemetery and Law Vasel and Settees Od1ce and works kfc Ktnney Icy- CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE II can nrnlib the public with the best as well as the freshest or cut flowers plants of all kinds bulbs potted flower on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral purpose allkindofcrice OHRIBTMAN nOUAE8ED Htaalsrd8 y W A TRIBBLB Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 f Kentucky s IStanford CONCRETING 1 f J oonorUIII I abousedowotoafenoe nutclaeworkbefore you buy your materIal at least PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Kyo I When HungryStf r Canon1 n OOTOfMeals served at tBest place la wn for a good quick meat ft ti Cooking to suit our cuttomeronr peotsltr I Bplendld tGrocerleHot Coffee Sandwich piesEnutsrmllk k t and weet milk etc at all timsV TV f- n waA CARSON Q ui l II P1UDAY OCTOBER Slat 1 till THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL Yla A t Children Coats = y e have a large assortment offo tsJf9r all ages from Infants to Misses 18 year size Wte have a quantity of r sample coats at cut prices t t p u SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky Special fountain pens for school use 76 cents 1 and f 126 at Peonys Drug Store PERSONAL NOTES J W Hutchcson spent several days nt Ilrodhead thus WeeK Mr Mack Huffman Is at the San tarium at Crab Orchard taking treat ment under Dr Spitler Prof J W Ireland attended tho meeting of the Grand Lodge of Ma eons at Louisville this week Albert Phillips of Lexington a brother oj Dr M M Phillips has taken a position as individual I book keeper In the Htnle Dank Trust Co Mr and Mrs John A Allen and Miss Molllo Daugherty aro spending two weeks with relatives and friends In Louisville Mr Allen took the late train Saturday to spend a few days with them Mrs Robert Harding and daughter Miss Margaret Harding and Miss Pearl Fnulconcr and Miss Mary Dunn of Danville are spending a few days In LouisvilleCourlerJournalMrs Indiana is the guest of Mr and Mrs Bedell Chancellor this week John II Finn who travels out of Cincinnati was here Wednesday Ho is a brother of Slate Railroad Com inlssloner Finn I C H Frith of Urodhcad wns here on business Wednesday Mrs K J Tamme left Saturday for Winchester where sho will bo with her husband who Is very 111 Mr W A Uurge has returned to Indianapolis after a three weeka via It with the homcfolks here Invitations have been received here reading as folows Mr and Mrs James D Black Inv vltes you to bo present at the mari riage of their daughter Clarice George to Mr Hiram II Owens on Wednesday evening October twenty sixth nineteen hundred and ten at eight oclock First Methodist Episcopal church Barbourvllle Kentucky accompanied by cards announcing At Home after November fifteenth nineteen hundred and ten llarbourvllle KentuckyMrs D Newland left Wednesday night for Orllnda Tenn to go to the bedside of her little granddaughter Luclle Kelley who Is quite III of ton II Idle Mr and Mrs S C Illakeman of Harrodsburg were guests here Wed nesday SHORT LOCAL NEWS CLOTHING SHOES HATS ETC AT YOUR OWN PRICE AT THE BIG WHITE BANKRUPT SALE Six per cent penalty goes on your city Uses Nov 1 Hotter pay up before then n D Carter Collector 1 Palling HairHoly YIN promptly Intro the germ cruse Gamy oowUJx the halt lArd natoru them to health TU hair stops out stow nor rapidly Does notColor theI We wWi you and understand Hairldoes or hair hair and to Ingredients Ask him what IShow lowll J The Somerset team conies her Saturday for game with the champion Stanford team wants the local lads In their two sensational victories and big crowd Is expected out tho game FORGET BIG BANK SALE ON CLOTHING HATS ETC PRAC TICALLY I Mrs John Somerset wish es thank the McKinney and vicinity their patronage of her excellent display millinery that she had hero last week The teachers will Stanford In MrllI OU can spend more money for your cltohes than we are asking for these and get good deal less valuefor your money fThere better clothing made than these jv Hart Schaffner Marx Suits and Overcoats They express the highest in J9thesmakingexclusive in design the choicest of fabrics boUt foreign and domestic hand tailored Suits 750 to35e Overcoats 15 30 Lti Cummins Wearenifca- SKIJ fit STANFORD KENTUCKY r 1VAr STORE THE OF SCHAFFNER A CLOTHES TSSTTJT s WEFEEL PRETTY SAFE In asserting that you our qualities and prices We point to the fact of our growng business that our methods are agreeable to our customers In fact We arc so confident of it that we invite you to call and if you can either the quality or prices of our merchandise The keener judgment the more anxious we are to you compare our offerings with that of other stores Ayer1 Hair Visor lust u destroys the stuns that ttiue dandruff It removes even trace of dandruff lIMit and keeps the snip due In a hta thy to positively distinctly that Vigor not affect color of the even PenoBf wKh the whitest the blond halrmay tuc It freely the made a II Sulphur Oiihta Sebum OolorWIISage Akofcd Water this formula to your doctor he thinks of It 70 ATM OoMrurr MM a Everybody to see action after a to DONT RUPT Ie STILL SHOES GIVEN AWAY Wesley of to people of for of colored be bold at the colored a is no art to THIS 18 HOME HART MARX cant beat critislze your have promptly and condition degree lightest without having Giycesta Capetown football InsUtue THE BIG WHITE BANKRUPT STILL CONTTINUES LOTS OF FINE CLOTHING AT LOWEST PRICES For Sale Five room cottage and all necessary outbuildings welt fenced Apply to Bud Holderman For Bale Urlck noose and two acres of land on Somerset street nice cottage on East Jlaln street house and 25 acres on East Main and a house and five acres of land on Dan villa avenue Apply to Harvey Helm EastMainford Kentucky A number of St negroes have been summoned to go to Paris on Fri day when the trial of FIJI Bryant for the killing of John Doty on an recursion train last Sunday will come tip In the Bourbon court The witnesses summoned here are said to have been Bought to show up Bryans unsavory reputation In this communi ty WORSE THAN BULLETS Bullets have often caused less suf faring to soldiers than eczema L W Harriman Darlington Me got in tho yearsnutwhen all else failed he writes Great est healer for sores Ulcers Bolls Burns Cuts Wounds Bruises and Plies 25 cents Hi Pennys Drug Store The only tryfe constipation cure must begin its soothing healing action when It enters the mouth Hollisters Rocky Mountain Tea restores the whole system to a healthy normal con dition 35 cents Tea or Tablets Sold by Shugars Tanner Hyontei 187cured more eases of catarrh than all the catarrh special lilts on earth Just breathe it very pleasant G L Penny guarantees It Complete outflt1 extra bottle 50c NOTICE- In the future Mr E L Remhart will collect All water and light bills It Is important that you pay him prompt ly us service will be ter ho makes tho second effort to- collect Water Light lfeUo The tax books of Crab Orchard grad ed school are now reaay and taxes are due The penalty will go on Nov 1 The books will always be at tho office of the Crab Orchard Banking Company Miss Ophelia Lackey Treasurer 608 All who have pnptrs for the Presbyterian society will notify us at once S4 we desire to ship in a few days Mrs J B Paxton Pres The creditors oi John Traylor de ceased will please fill their claims properly verified with J B Paxton fmmediatoly Mrs Clara p Traylor Admx The subject nt the Baptist church Sunday morning will be Hinder ances to Prayer There will be no evening service on account of Union Services at Christian church Owing to the sickness of my wife the moving of my family and business to Stanford Is Indefinitely postponed Harry Jacobs the Monument Man News was received hero Wednesday night of the date at Corbin ol Mr Sam Rains who was born and raised In Loncoln county and has several grand children here and many rela Uves He was about seventy years of age Undertaker J C McC1ai7went up on the night tram with casket for the body which was brought here and Interred In buffalo cemetery Mr Rains was a highly respected elt9zeu- and many will mourn that If Is no more The Favorite Tonic a for Women IDRHOAGS Abotuatodar WIll eooTlae tea WI U the bttt SeI4r PENNYS DRUG STORE i r A t ebtt r A Winter Coattt 11 You had best get ready for the CooT Fall Da s that areinjnn usT The new coats are very pretty and quite yiffcrant from Bst5 sons styles 5 We have a variety of styles and fabrics and they are aailiiMJ reasonable prices e t J I Dandruff discontinued iis u a r 1 Th Little Things That Cauut J I Such as Belts Bags Collar pinss i J Neckwear Scarfs etctWe are showing all the newest things WIW W W R PERKINS KENTUCKgLLJEiii J10 One good second hand a- cif fir i SUPERIOR GRAIN cTik- 2 DRILL 2 At A Bargain to m WeH HIGGINS Ct Stanford Kentucky IWe have a saw mill for sale with bailer 30 hfc engine a new saw mill for sale cash bal ance In two four and BX months with good notes Kings Mountain PlaalDg MID Kings Mountain Kjr S I NEW LINE OF If you want to be sure of your Sfr tire under all conditions wear a Ware ners Rust Proof Corset They are first with every new style We have them in all sizes and prices We also carry the American Beauty which ietv+ comfortable and desirable corset CaU and see them before buying t HUGHES MARTIN CO IDry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY L INotice 40noraepower CORSETS r Then tt more Catarrh la this terMm ITth-Dall other dlacam put Iccetniff a diit fc iMC lew years wu luppowd to be lonmUot ttrttttrufTmany year doctor pronounrtd uaMOc rtietrtowt9CYp- reserlbed local rcmcdln ana br ocfMteafe WeL-W run wlta local treatment prtnj wn Isara est Science aai proven Catarrh to be ucooeetWMttsW rEase and therttore ncqulre couictuitoc tptAataaityIlairi Catarrh CUre manurMtumllbyTJt s 00 Toledo Oilo to the only Cmttt3tttsirreeIeIse the market It to taken tatermmj dosit crow to a MwpoontuL It aeta etUi terwetastr Oil eyetaoihundred i1 Meascerak=ci Or milAn lid tratlmonlals COVHOtiiHold t Tate JIaUUa rW1r roe Ii 11 yl 111 R rrM WK1 ri n NM nleiM nth Mi y xr 1iVTHE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL OCTOBER Slst 1910 Six Big Special Days Un Rubber Tires 1wehave placed large annual contracts for B F GOODRICH and KELLEY SPRINGFIELD Rubber Tires and to further advertise them to the people of this section we will beginning on next MONDAY OCT 24 and continuing for SIX DAYS make the special price of 15 on the 18 and 20 grades During this sale we will furnish and put on the best FIRESTONE RUBBER TIRES at 514 per set regular price 16 DEFENDER RUBBER TIRES per set 12 regular price 14i12 Tires during this sale at 10 Remember we put on the best Round Edged Steel Buggy Tires at 350 per set I ro RMARNOIDH pt xr Lancaster riT3b t will be a call meeting of the fflT D C next Monday afternoon at lke home of Mrs S D Cochran Nice new concrete crossings are jfctojg put all around the public sfrnareDarid Hamilton the 11yearold so- nIa Mr and Mrs J W Hamilton of iethp Buckeye neighborhood was severe- yggjuredby being kicked in the head lKaa by a horse He was at once sJBOUffct to the Lancaster hospital lan + D operationwad performed j Ulster reports are that the little lad RHI noon recover t WblU going to church Sunday morn jbnug Mrs T J Price slipped and fell f incar Sweeneys livery stable and tfircf hor left arm near the elbowr+ I 9Zae many friends of this most esjl iriuibte woman regret to hear of herb accident Hope for her speedy re r ryymrJoint M Farra gave a hay ride arlflajr night to Miss Lettie Mcltob inns and her charming young guest 3Uso Ttuth Head of Texas A most rtjejqyaljle time Was spent by the Swung peppe TSie Bible school house qr union saunas ofiworshlp at Hyattsvllle In ttais coiiety has been completed and Vffl be dedicated Sunday afternoon COOL S3- fiQn Wednesday last in Fayette eoun etyABas Lula Belle Walker daughter of atfr rattly Mrs Wm Walker and cCfearle J Dotyr of Henderson were vJMtal in wedlocks holy bonds by ribs Jt W Porter pronouncing the rvfwnony The groom together with 1t parents Mr and Mrs Charles Doty id in Lancaster for some years jtjpiesent he holds a position In Hen cOcKon where be and his attractive JW1de il reside WaltacoRt Swlnebroadml33XiRos8 of Garrard bought 167 acres t v atl011 an acre NoahSpalnhouse jftrrchased the store and 3 12 acres at I acresjjEKeaids Lear bought a small house and t b s urea at66fl the farm consists of 2SJaenes average price 1102 per acre JTbere will be a Bible Sunday ir t1 f ftcbaol irally at the Christian church j J+ andep morning beginning at 10 o cloek tits uniting the Sunday school Cfcauns and the regular church ser tirJcca Jafley Ray age 18 years son of Mr sanfl Mm Fin flay of Buckeye died on Jtfbrwiay alter a protracted Illness of ttiAercuioals Besides a twin sister rIe deceased leaves his parents sev sjal brothers and sisters to mourn his fxlr death d + t J4r Curies Doty age 50 years and1 aa siattae of this county as well as a tutee d ent for many ycors died at his Ifemg la Santa Barbara California 11 t aIera lingering illness of tuberculo r Sjfes The deceased is survived by a r otWow and four children all grown t 2W tiMers Mrs Joel Walker of this I i ctIiud Mrs Thomas Miller of Santa 4d gtarbani California mourn his death g The Womens Mission Society of ftrt e Presbyterian church met Monday J J1 saVernoon at the home of Mrs Frank j 3t Markshury t flan Ruth Re J of Clarksvillo Tex eie guest of Mills Lettle JIcRolierts i i Ve 3arac James Cook and loihua Deem of Danville were recent visitors i I d tiny H M Ballou Mrs J M j1Ff I ry Clay JenniKB and W Iitll ftI11A 8 Mr ana Mrs 0 tl panders daughter and Mrs Alex Layton tl- t 1I4U Sunday fur a visit to M und Mis t fGOOtg ta11 of rte burg hut I + j SlTB Henry Simpson and little daugh ter arc vUttlag In Lexington Miss jj jN Annie Wallace of Charlotte N t C is visiting her aunt Mrs Ann Hob i mean Mr and Mrs Clay Sntton were I rtEBCEts at the Seelbach several days ek Miss Bessie Shugars Is Citing her brother O W Shusars J91dlaBapollshll1l U Haselden1Ia 0 Mi4 children are visiting In Nicholas A taleFen SaleTWO extra good fresh Oeney milk cows J A Swlnebroad m D 2 Lancaster e CINCINNATI MARKETS Cincinnati Oct 2 t4 olte celpta C2S market steady fair to good shippers 310tt55 common 2375 Hogs tfecelpu 2C9 mar ket steady 5lOc iovor butchers and shippers D30tfili common Utfi4 SheepItecelpts 2 I market slow lOHTlSc lower iMv ft Lambs MaVketalow aadOfi1 lower JiMi to 65 Free ChildsRemedy What mother is not looking for something that will help her children in the little Ills of life something for the stomach trouble and the bowel trouble Long ago she prob ably has become convinced that a child cannot readily swallow a pill or a tablet and that to brak them in half and crush them is ra annoyance that usually they work too drutl powerfulA who will take troubtiofesd4ag her name andaddreu can ob remedythatDrCaldweUa tree trial bottle II open to any mother who hu not yet we It Uavlac used whatYoutare of your druggist at any cents and Afiv dollar a bottle Just as so rsasy ethers are doing the free sample betna IIIsChIeagqandLaubTWte Ky both slatted with a free lntlhibodgeA great family tem edr as It Is adapted to all ages being MUd and pleasant to take ancS yet thor tileId4iiaImildaa4laxa thorough laxative and yet contains properties Use It for the most rtroubleguaranteethat pleatedtodesire for yourself or famltyrtalning tr absolutelyfreletter and he will reply toOI1 In detail For the tree sample simply send your name and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address U Dr W B Caldwell RS04 Cald well building Montlcello UL WHEN THE FIRE ENGINE COMES- is I no time to be regretting your neg lect to get insured The time to ae cjtre a policy is before not during or after a fire It Is before the fire with- you now Neither you nor nnybPdY else can tell how nylcji before or how little before It is llave ua issue you it policy today and he protected in any event 5 W S FISH H STANFORD KYi t19IfE 240 jJ c1 LClary Undertaker ante Embamer STANFORD KY Office then 17 Home Phone 11 THE FARMERS Let me insure your barns and tobacco W A TribbleSFor SaleA well Improved farm ot 20 acres near lilt Salem house hold and kitchen furniture stock and farming tools P H Woodson Mt Salem Ky 4953 For SaleA few thoroughbred Du roc Jersey bong pig April farrow Price reasonable T J Durham Crab Orchard Phono 131 598 For RentAbout 17 acres of good fall grass Mrs Martha V Kirby CM For Saleu head of 900lb alter cattle Can be seen on J A Robin suns farm For prices call on or write C T notion Lebanon 654p Strayed or stolen from my pasture on Dlx river a small steer weighing 600 or 700 pounds Anyono giving information as to hi srecovery wit be rewarded Frank Cordier 66U Strayed or stolen 1tOO pound red steer Reward for information to E S Powell Son Hustonvllle For Sale26 good young owes and one buck most of them pure bred shropshlres J Frank Smith Dox 84 Stanford Ky Walter Uroyles of Vhltley county was In Lincoln this week looking for a Jarm of about JM y 0V acres Ud tlll lie tack agalnfti about u WIHK anyone who his iifh farm to loll bt a reasonable figure can notify the 1 J which will inform Mr BroylJi of idol vho wish to n M J F Moser has sold his farm In the nilberts Creek section to Franw Law rence The place contains about 60 acres and the consideration is said to have been about 37GO Lost Cow In color between Jer try and led wtth brindlp head no horns Has one blind teat Reward If returned to Sirs Annie Penman Gil bert Creek Ky Hughes Swlnebroad real estate men of Lancaster report that tIe sale or the Wallace farm was held Oct tnth as advertised without reserve bybid or limit The whole farinor 210 acres brought an average of 1102 per acre The tract of 167 acres with Improvements was purchased by M K Ross of Madison county at tOll per acre The 34 sere tract bf un improved land by J G Burnaldo at SU160 per acre The storeroom and let attached by Noah Spainhower at 1000 and the 5acre tract by Dennis fear for SC66 A beautiful pony curt and harness for sure Henry Hankla Junction City Ky- LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 100 acres In One shape crop goes with Better come quick J M Rey fluids Waynesburg SECOND STREET I DANVILLE KY GOOD NEWS Many Stanford Readers Have Heard It and Profited Thereby Good news travels fast and the thousands of bad back sufferers Stanford are glad to learn that InI relief Is within thelrtrcach Many a lame weak and aching back Is bad no more thanks to Deans Kidney Pills Thousands Upon thousands or people are telling the good news of their ex ircrlence with the Old Quaker remedy Here Is nn example worth reading Ueorse Wright Stanford street Lancaster Ky says I hue never known of a better kidney remedy than Doans Kidney Pills Last tall my back ached a great deal and my kid neys were badly discolored Thp se cretions from these organs were pcan y and painful In paujgo lfortuaitoly had Moans Kidney fills brought to my attention and getting a box I be gan their use hTey relieved me quickly and In return fo rthe benefit 1 received I am willing that my name should bo used in endorsing them My advice to all sufferers from kldecy trouble is to give Doans Kidney Pills a trial For sale by all dealers Price BU cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents fur the United States Remember the name Donna sad take no other BIG SALE SATURDAY OJ T22 1910 G itNMoreland Kentucky OPENING SALE At a meeting of the warebpuse as sociation of Lexington It was decided to open their warehouses for the sale of the IMO crop of tobacco on Oct iTth when all the buyers will be in attendance THE CALL OF THE BLOOD pimplesbollslook moth patches and blotches OB the sldnall signs of liver troubU Rut Mr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 25 cents at Pennys Drug Store Tobacco GrowersAttsntion The loose floor sale at the Peoples Tobacco warehouse QnPerIt lIfl Street Immediately east of the Queen to Creasenl Raliwa will begin next SptMfdajr October 2 Buyers from all leading factories will be on hand nil tobacco Is placed on sale In uniform grades each grade bringing the highest market price We make no charge for rejections and sell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive All tfiiuhmce Is carried by us and your tobacco Is protected from the minute It enters our house until It Is sold Experienced men In all departments to guard your Interests Our advice Is as the advice of all tobacco warehouses Is that you place your tobacco upon the niarketas soon as tthaifbeen strip fled It weighs snore then and you says the cost of extra handling and moneyI hag the capacity to accommodate CO loads of tobacco at one time and ample room for a hundred head of horses Remember the location Perryvlfle street immediately east bf the Qutieif 8 Crescent Railway i1tI Dunn President H D at leu Vicepresident John a Van Wing frig Secretam Henry McWilllams Manager J C Davd Bookkeepert r Located on PerryvHle Strteti East of Q O Railway PEOPLES COMPINYIIncorporated phone 50 DANVILLE KY C 11 The Crossett Shoe AVhcn it conies to dress wears Crossett Shoe are what you want We have every style last and color v I Work Shoes TIMES we are having In the bull tuiner We carry a full line of Hrae plaster cement and elso here will foanl of the best quality and the beat for Intended purposes We will save you trouble sad trtfleeee nary expense by sending to wtoraa And weight We havera line the bbtmadc from hand sewed to a made We have the npestructabc Shoe for theEarmthatweabsolutely guarantee If not money refundeq or a neWpJiir Ask your neighbor r Mt Mt1I SAM ROBINSON i Stanford Ky I R RvB SCHOOL SflOr Buy your Childrens School Shoes from L L Sanders and a nice School Box with each pair l i 1 SANDERSc t M r Crab Orchard Kentucky4 ft I STIRRING fieedct- forrbuilding Everything purchased bo estimateJ ALLEN Stanford Ky 4 4 medium machine J get L everjthlng Sale if HiiaviOe Pripfrty J Having other property la Uustoa ville I will pa- Saturday Nov 8th 1910 sell the following described real estate IS008sC48 live It two back yards ore extra nice vacant building let oRe godliverywell one bask lot TiMm property JI well fene d jtidijg- oo has all utbull IRg necea attdCofIegestrpetsYonnsquare graded B one square from the Christian church one square from aptfstcl1ui b and two squares from- Presbyterlan church and Is In a splen did neighborhood r will also tell one Curtis Reid glassfront carriage as good as new two good bight wheel sulkies two phaetons one two horso driving cart lone Hancock disc plow and 600 or 600 bales ot Nn I hay Sale begins promptly at two oclock Terms made known on day of sale For other particulars address by phone or otherwise D CARPENTER Htutonvllle Ky 1p