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"i t So, 8 SENSATIONAL SUITS nieotfagaln our'dear friend J. C. NOTABLE NUPTIALS AT Uoode of Pine Knott, Ky., whom wo had 50 years. LIVED IN LINCOLN HUSTONVILLE CHURCH FILED IN COURT WED IN MAY Time not seen for nbout lias dealt lightly with him and LINCOLN COUNTY BOY SHABBILY success never rollowcd a better man TREATED DY PITTSBURG CLUB INTERESTING RECORD FOUND IN BUT KEPT HAPPY SECRET A nnd may his shadow never grow less. DR. TIM PENNINGTON AND MISS MISS DOLLIE 8INQLETON ASKS LONO OLD BOOK IN COUNTY CLERKS TIME OTHER Lusk and McKlnney the concreto LIVE FRANCIS ADAMS ARE UNITED $5,000 FROM W. P. MARTIN Til to rift I If hiridF. hiv nit ailll1J iMl, 111 tt. iisi OFFICE. WEST END NEWS contractors deserve the name ol hustIN MARRIAGE. dispatcher from Pittsburg, l'a., tcli FOR ALLEGED SLAling of the wny tr.i Pittsburg Nationlers rrom "away back.'' The have ' NDEROTHER al l.enguo baseball team turned down Hustonvllle, Oct. 20. completed six frood sized contrncls Hiirteyors book .No. 1 ot Lincoln Hustonvllle, Ky., Oct. 20, 1910 Howard Camnilz, tho popular Hustnn-vlllMlfrs LuU the accomplished daughSUITS. tlie past week and are now pourjng county contains nn entry, by the then 1 "DO due him. tiltcher on Tho In the presence ot a host or rrlends or Mr. and .Mrs. J. 1 .' Karles or the walls of tho Jess Carpenter con County Surveyor of the tact, that, on ter dlMaJ.cli savs and loved ones Miss Frances Adams Several sensatlonnl milt hav burn mere is a dir row on in me mini- the 12th. day of December 1781, by "fitirleston" Iuh been tendered nnd crete bungalow one or Loncoln's fairest daugters was accepted the position as teacher or' club Howard Cnmnltz filed In tho Circuit Court thin week, mi K baseball Iina nnn.u Irt tila hnnin In lniitor li- - Nlrlu'o of two treasury warrnnts fcT united In marriage to Dr. Timothy W, tlio lleynolds school In their new' nrnl Uio next term of tlio Lincoln Cir- minus II 200 bonus which he said had 400 pounds inch he cunt eyed to Abra Pennington here this afternoon. The Paid to new building nwtr .Mat Reynolds' neen ni uio eioso oi cuit Court promises to develop Homo flu. promneii mm lin hml ntiatf.ltl.ul ham Lincoln 800 acres of vacant land ceremony was performed at the his l.i inan iifiafin ,. ...hi- i.v ..- - a. . ....... . i. home. ij nvili.wi li. Interesting litigation. Mint Dolllo from Intoxicants throughout the sea on Oreeti Itlver In Lincoln county. J F. Alstott hold Wnt. Dodd Inst REMARKABLE STORY. ABOUT DE- toric old Presbyterian church, which son Harney nreyru vesioniay even- The boundury ot the land Is described has witnessed so many nuptials of tho Singleton, a school tenchet of week n splendid four year old gelding ing paid Cnmnltz In full for the sea-so- In that record. As this county was STRUCTION OF BASTIN LINE loved ones or West Lincoln. Never by Gallon lor $20. through her attorney T. J. Hill, but would not pay the $1200 bonus did the stately edifice seem more In then n pait of tho State of Virginia .Mr. Kltt Wright and wire or Jr., filed suit against Wesloy 1. Mar- saying he "was "not sure Cnmnltz had It Is presumed that the Coventor ot Tho Harrlman Tennessee Record harmony with happiness of the occasFred Clark must make earned It are visiting relatives in this prints a remarkable story concerning n. well known oung railroad nun, ih.. rinnl ilnrlalnn ('ntimltir sars he that State Issued to Abraham Lincoln tin cutting down of the wires of tho ion than today. It was made a lovely vicinity. Mr. Wright .Is a native ot the has Bnstln Telephone for IR.OM damages for alleged slnttdi can produce 00 afildavlts that he was h patent for the land. In deed book tlie bv tour bower or nature through the artlsllo West Ktid and Is n successful mer- young men ot kept ober nil the, season. 'I nere that city. It snvs: In tBo county clerk's decorative work of loving hands, an Mr. Martin Is alleged to have mnile re a "big row In the offfce of Dreyfus last I" on pago-13chant In tho groat Windy City on' tlw It Is lenrned rrom Inquiry here nmrkg about MIm Singleton, which eventtu when Dreylus gave Cnmnltz olflce Is a record of a, deed dated Ibke. at home that in last April J, N. pltnr being built of potted plants, Tho father of Uio pitcher December 24. 1MU, rrom Mordecal his check Cox, manager ot Galnesttoro Tele fexns and other autumn beauties bethu petition nlleges "cast heavy cloud was wup mm nnu u wan iirimcu urn-ti.i- Lincoln of Waohlngton county, Ky., The songsters ot tho ocust phone CoraiJanj the whose home is at fore which Kev. Cary Blaln said the moninr that I ho older Catnnltz and suspicions upon her chastity." conveys to Christopher tribe are making tho woods ring near Cookville, lenn., called up .1 I). Baker words which, united these two young shiHik Dreyfuns rativr roughly by tho ly which he nmnager or the Cum' Through Attorney F. F. Itobbltt. rout collar of land the home or J J. Newell near Jumbo. tho Hnrrltnan Tor aye. Litre the same boundnr and live Mrs. Molllo McCormack leaves this berland Telephone Oompnny y Ireyfus admits tlia liotti men which lb described In the above menThe ceremony was simple yet could get four men from asked wl Mrs. Hello Conley of Crab Orchard threatened him and that be. retired tioned record of the surveor's certifi- week for a month's visit with rela- HarrlntL who understood telephone ImpresiWeVind was witnessed (lied suit for ll.HM damages against to bis own office The Cnmnltz fam Mo., and Wichita, er that he could secure for htm the by an Immense thiong ot the friends tives In St. left ntlahurK according 10 cate. Mordecal Lincoln, In the deed, Knnsas. wiring He was inlormed by Mr. Curtis Egbert, alleging thnt he de- ily then but before going the pitcher groom report, is st) led "heir at law of Abraham HhlrrletL. Chase nnd Walllnger nnd loved ones of tl e bride and flilrtrnua In U'tltrh lie a membership of only about an effort to kins IUUUV nn nnnn ......, With In Ml. tained her and made ii In the Advocate article. He It was an atternoo wedding and the Lincoln." I'ntll the rirst day or Janmentioned criticised President Dreylus severe uary 1787 the law of Virginia was 20 the ladles' Aid Society of the Pres told Mr. Baker to secure their servi- bride wore a blue ailored suit which her against her. will. ly, saying r? would never piicn huh byterian church, duserve a well earn- ces and to advanco tbem their expen- was very becomlnc She entered the Through Altorncv George 1). Flor- for hlni again, that Dreyfuss had that on the death of a person owning ed applause. Alter aiding their church ses to go to Danville. They wero met church on the ar n ot her brother hlmseU nnd Hans Wagner ,liy W. C. Moore, or Somerset, and ence Annlo Stoner filed suit for di- iromWei! year It they would win the real estate In fee simple, the title to In many ways, they have Just contract' lakpn to Danville. When they arrived Mr. A. J. Adams, aid was met at the $500 last his old vorce from her husband Kobert Ston-er- . pennant but that he had not made the real ohtale descended to ed with' Lusl; & McKlnncy for a con- In Danville trey were told by Moore altar by the groom and his best man, gavo out an est son. The biographers of Presi either. Dreyfu crete walk rrom Mitln Street to tho tint he had rour miles ot private tele- Prof. Walter O. Hipper. The dame Abandonment Is tho ground giv- Rood to this evclng admitting that state that his grand fath Interview dent Lincoln phone wire which .he wished taken church steps, ubout 12f. yards. en. They were married In ISS7. he had exercised the named Abrnrnm; tliat he was down, but as he would be prevented nt honor, was Mri Hodman Keenon B. O. Cover has rented for the comcontract of Camnilz and cr was clause n Irom doing the work, by injunction, It of Harrodsburg, sttter or the bride, Nannie (livens Fnrrls of color In Jeflerson county, by an Inhad withheld the $1200 nor would he Killed ing year tho Wright rarm and bought It, were started in the day time he who was very attractive In a white brought wilt for dlvoreo against her pay It unless Clark on his arrival dian within a few years of his Imlgrn-tlo- n all their stock and product of the wanted them to do It ot night. They tailored suit. Miss Kthel Fettro, ot will shy It should be In the to Kentucky and Unt he lett followed the Instructions or Mr husband (ieorge Karris, pleading as paid. morning and Itirm. Moore and were paid $5.00 per day ror Stanford, presided at the organ and three sons, Mordecal. Joslah grounds that he has been convlt'eU Your city tax for 1U10 Is due. Pen-nlt- their services and their expense?. and played tfce chorus rrom LohenIHiomas, the latter being the father or of C per cent, will bo added Nov, or a felony. K. S. Alcorn Is her atdid" the work that night alter grin as the party entered the church. Hail-Beaz- ley the president. they got there and remained fn Dan- Miss Bird Poteet, ot Harrodsburg soft1, W H. Lair City collector. torney. With the record or the surveyom The numerous friends of A.r. and ville until the next day. There was certillcate Is the record or the plat or Mrs. Fred letters will be delighted to no Idea that there was anything un ly sang "Why do I Love YouT" and COU- conPOPULAR YOUNG LINCOLN usual about the' transaction other than Miss Fettro played a selection from map of tr land and that map, In learn of the greatly Improved condl-Mr- what was told them by Mr. Moore, II Trovatoure during the ceremony, ' PLE WED IN DANVILLE that Gen. Christonection with fact Fred JeHrles will be dellghled to It seems that the line belonged to a and they left the church to the chords pher Illffe's old homestead Is stll! competing company. It was some march. weddlnu Morgnn H. Ueaxley and Miss l.ucy well known to the older citizens In to drive out and spend a day with his time before It was learned who had ot Mendelssohn's FILED F.R PROBATE IN .COUNTY taken the wires down Sheriff Fox The ushere were Messrs. Charles cer rrlends. surprised thclr.niany friend that section, make It reasonably Ann Hall COURT HERE. Miss Murjorie McCormuck has a came to Harrlman and arrested tbe Adams, or Hustonville, Rodman Keentain that the 800 acres of land so sur fjfr young men, they having been Indicted by securing license to wed hero anu on or Harrodsburg, John Owsley Iteld Lincoln, the grand very gentle rour year old rorso not In Danville, 'if. M. Carr, veyed for Abraham Two wills were probated In county father or driving to DanWlle where they wero father. Is what Is known as tho old afraid or train or auto to sell at a Herbert Carr telephoned Mr. Cox at nd Welch Rochester, ot Stanford. court hero las week. The will of Mrs. quietly married on Wednesday, lloth bargain Immediately after the ceremony it. Cookville afcjooh as he learned ot the Rlffe rarm which ties a short distance told by Mr. Cox that they took an automobile for Junction Call on W. in Lair for rooting pulut tiouble Sara M Goode leaves all of her real now have a wide circle or rrlends who will West ot Middloburg In what Is the Cumberland Telephone Company Mtttc to her two daugters and her wish them much happiness as they go Casey county. And the met that tho building paperetc. AUo buggies, har- had been Instrumental in securing City, where they caught the fast L. ness and farming Implements, gro- him to do the work When the case &. Nr train for a bridal tour to points personality to tier son, so that tho deed from .Mordecal Lincoln shows together through life. comes to trial the young men will be In the Houth. Upon their return they tliat the consideration was rour hun ceries, fresh and cured meats. hare of each shall be equal.' The esMr. Deazley Is one of the best The wide awake little village or witnesses against the men who em- will make their home In this city. money (about dred pounds lawful ployed trm. It la apparent that they tate Is valued at about $4,000. The bride Is the daughter ot Mrs. known young farmers In Lincoln conn 12.0001 shown that the land had been Geneva Is still Improving and their bad no Idea they were being used upThe will of Miss Mary Prpptcs was ty and Is popular with all who know Improved Into a home presumably by wfll assorted stocks of goods aro be- on as Illegal piece ot work and had Martha Adams, and Is very well ing sold at prices that brings more no reason to suspect that the case known In Stanford where she made Linprobated, leaving her estate to M. 8. him. His bride Is the dsughter of the ratrer from, whom, Mordecal was other than bad been represented her home ror several years while ' trade. Peyton during his tiro and at his death coln inherited the land. to them by Mr. Moore." Mrs. M. A.' Hall, Is beloyed by all her A college building will be erected teaching In the Stanrord High SchooL to go to Mrs. Mary Anderson, wife of ijj splendid character, e was here that Dr, soon and town lots are In dexaand Irlends for her It was while II. C Anderson, of this city. Miss PlfoMktorg. disposition and attracCorn Is being offered and sold along or the most largely attended fennlngton wooed and won her. She sweetness of One Pepplcs' estate was also valued at the Green river valley for I2.G0 per weddings held in Junction City was is a girl or wide popularity with every tiveness and will make a loving helpthat or Mr. William Sellers, or New sweet and cordial In disposition, about $4,000. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Miller and Q. barrel. Auftrla, and Miss Louisa Glgler, or one. meet tor the man of her choice. They Mr. II. McBcath, ot Columbia, a .Mllledgevllle la?t week. Tim groom and attractive In race and tlgure and H. Jone went' to Louisville Monday. will go to housekeeping at once on welcomed to Mrs. Martha Pogle and daughter Miss tine young business man was the is 28 years ot age and the brldo- - 20 will be most heartily O'NAN. McELFRE8H lleazley's nice farm on the her permanent duy in our city. year of age. They are Iwth very Stanrord to make guest of admiring friends Mr. Lhzle, of Danville, spent several ,.W. A. O'Nan, aged 20 and Miss respecttv-- j places ot Or the groom too many good It Is earnestly hope that be maye be popular- - In their Mill pike. here last wee(t. peo- home. residence, and fully two huud-Nellie McElfreah aged 17, both of the toundatlon induced to make his home In this ple attended the ceremony. cannot be said, for he IftAue ot things ImJ. C. Fo?le Is laying the Mllledgevllle section, were nwrrled cottage'on (he lot be pur- end of Lincoln county and we assure mediately atier the ceremony they the most popular "and prominent at the home of the bride there on Wed A QENEROUS AND CHARITABLE Tor a new repaired to the houv ot the hridu's vounc men In Stanford, has built up a WISH. chased of R. U. Young borne time ago. hint a cordial welcome. liesday, and will go to housekeeping Mr. John Glgler, wrtre a hand-- , splendid practice In bis profession ot .1. C. Goode who Is visiting here Is rather, W. G. Hatter died at his home one wish all might know ot the bene "I 'lhoy were MuuU:, some reception was held. pn the groom' rami. respect ana ess im and a halt miles soullu or Yoseralte a natlvo ot Casey county, and now from your I luncheon and dancing was Indulged dentistry nnd has the granted license here by County Clerk fit -- received l n. Kenan. Far ,..h" Banking Co. In for several hour. They will raalco teem of the entire community. was the oldest cashier of Pine Knott Coopor and have good wishes trom mer. Mo. His kidneys and bladder Sundny afternoon. He Being nearly He was most agreeably pleased at the their home In Mllledgevllle The popularity of the yound couple gave hlin so much pain, misery ana citizen In this section. ninny friends. their ot nor to years old. His remains were laid crtatly Improved conditions and eviu attested by the large annovancc. he could not work, LEACH WALLS' iii, .!,.,.comnletel'y fYilev's Kidney Kerne to rest Monday aiternoon by Be v. J. dences ot prosperity In the West End tivndsome and useful presents receiv NAPIER. DAVIS John )V, Willi, atstd 20 and Miss cured him. Shugars v Q. Montgomery. since his last visit several past. Ills Dorothji'May Leach, aged 13, a popu- ed. T. Wilson Napier, aged 19 and Miss and Tanner. Thero Is but little doing here at rrlends and relatives in our city are lar young couple ot the King's MounBeulah Davis, aged 16, wCro granted THAN THREE nclghbornood came to town nreent and news Items are scarce anilous. for him and friend Mr. Wal- tain secured license and were mar- POR MOE by Cpunty Clerk Cooper Tueslicense a . ft as hen's teeth. If something does not ter Brajies to locate In the West fchd ried In the court house by Hev. Garday and were married at Crab Orchrule; a t inn av nn Tur has been land Sitigktou. Mr. Walls Is a young household favorite tor coughs, colds turn up soon we will be rorced to permanently. They are a very popular young ard. rarmcr or the Southern' end. and will and ailments of the throat, chest and Inoffensive road overcouple, Mr. Napier being the assisTho best Joke or the season Is on Drs. Hlckle and Carpenter gavo a Jump on some once. lungs. Contains no opiates, aaugara dereliction of duty Misses Allle Stagg. Carrie Llpns, Par- go to housekeeping at tant postmaster of Crab Orchard, and lecture at tho Christian church Sun- seer for Imaginary or make a suggestion ns to the man- ker Swope. and Milton McCormack. have hearty good wishes of all who day. Mt. Salem agement of our public highways to They motored down to Junction City Public Sale A. P. Sloan Is on the sick list. know them for complete happlncrs. Infill IM). week and alter supper one day last J. C. Itunkln sold his one hiir Miss Hattle Mae Floyd ot this place BURKE. STEVENS The price of flour has reduced some told the porter to call them all tor In the M. 1). rJubanks farm to celebrated her llttti birthday on tho young terest my farm to uiovo to Having sold baker's Oscar Burke a well known Mr. Kltzpatrlck at $125 what In this market, bt.the the midnight train. Being called they evening of Oct. 12 by having quite a his farmer of tho Crab Orchard section per acre and bought the Uolln farm or loaf that we get here grows smallor hurried to the ticket ortlce and all Somerset I will 'sell publicly on the number of her friends with her. All utiles fron. of that trp day go, asked for excursion round trip tick-et- a Freacbersville pike 2 and Miss Bessie Stevens also Mr, nnd beautifully lesR as 140 acres In Uarrard at $100. seemed to enjoy themselves. Stanford on Vicinity, secured license here and llankln wilt move In a few days. by to Mammoth Cave, The Miss Arnola Kngleman Is spending; Tues Saturday, November 5th, wero Bade one-a- t Crab Orchard informed them they were Just one day J. L. Sloan had a very valuable this week"wltlia,Ber mother folday. They have hearty congratulai rurally horse to die or colic last week. CAPT. BOGARDUS AGAIN HITS late as the Mammoth Cave excursion-lef- t Commencing at ten o'clock, Uio In Danville. 5 head ot horses. THE, BULL'S EYE Uoas from' many friends. the day beioro. Ask them how lowing property: Mrs, C. K. McClure and Miss Krama MUs' Olive Green, of Blrmlnghant, world ramous rule shot holds cows; lot or Thts enjoyed the Mammoth Cave trip 1 Jack, 2 Jennets; milk Kltzpatrlck were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ala., spent Jast week, with her. slater the championship record; or 100 they FINE MULE KILLED. corn; millet, sorghum; all kinds of Miss Mattte Floyd. Furrls FlUpa'trlck last Saturday and pigeons in 100 consecutive shots Is and you'll get shot. 1 two horse wagon; tanning toota. living it Lincoln 111. necently later-view-e Interior Journal Sunday. With three good sized crews, work Miss Green and. Mattle, Mrs. K. A. wagon; buggy and bar e 1 be sayst "I suffered a long on the new residences ot J. O. Pafjones has been In Pulaski lookDear Sir: Green left on the' 16th for their home good cook stove time with kidney and bladder trouble Juue Hocker, and Dr. Chtl-dre- ness; lot of chickens; Last Saturday night my herd of ing for a farm. In the south. kidney and used, several by nicely and others household aBdkltcben furniture and remares pn& colt were stampeded Is progressing Mr. Matt Engleman has been on the medicines, all of which gave bo.Kid-aemany othbc- - things too numerous to sick list .for the past weak..' lief until I started taking Foley's fox noun'da causing them to break out are waiting when they have these Kidmention. THE DEMON OF THe AIR Pills. Beforo J useJ Foley's of the pasture over a high gate and ney Pills I had severe backaches and finished conTINSLEY SPOONAMORE rence and a fine taaro mule colt to Is the germ ot la grippe, that breathed palna In my kidneys with suppression SAVED FROM ORAVE. The many friends ot the high, leg. this stock Is perfectly in iirin., mirfortnir tn thousands. Its and a cloudy voiding. On arising In tracting parties will be delighted to Col. J. P. Chandler Auct. lueak Its "I had about given up hope, after near- ar'ter effects are weakness, nervous head-.nwly four years of surrerlng form a sequiet and never known to break a ness, lack or appetite, energy ana am the morning J would get dull bot know that Mr. Gene Dunn and MUs vnra inn? trouhle." writes Mrs. M. I Kns I hnv tnken three "IT BEATS ALL." This colt was by Mr. bltlon, with disordered liver and kid tho handsome daughter ot fence before. feci Dlx. of Clarksvtlle Tenn. "Often tha tles of Foley's Kidney Pills and both-ere- Kathleen Mrs McKlnney of our fine a sped-mem. neys. The greatest need men is r.ier. 100 per cent better. I am never Sam Harris' Jack and as Mr and This Is quoted from n letter of M. pain In my chest would De aimosi unMay tonic, blood Iwth my kidneys or bladder and city were married 1st dy of .last as 1 evor saw, I had repeatedly trie Kitten., the splendid thestomach, Stockvvell, annlbal. Mo. "I recently bearable and I could not do any work, ' purifier and regulator or has ot used Foley's Honey and Tar ror the but Dr. King's New Discovery turned down an offer of $125 for her Llvernnd Kidneys. Thousands have again feel like my own seir Shugars This being tbo first announcement . iv. iiv l nm nleaaed does made me feel like a new person. 1U I marriage bridal presents and they have woudertully and Tanner. und rcfuicd to price her ut $150. their proved that feelings. for the n.i .. xinress my ai'Dp Hand. It I beats best medicine made coughs, throat and .ut- strengthen the nerves, build up the .. hif A.i.Aa I - COn lungs," Obstinate stubborn shot her to relieve her of tho MEDICINE NOTAN. congratulations are In order: A RELIABLE mi.. -- -tno ruuieuico hoping eystent and restore health and good Cnrponter very txacted a bad cold and was threatened colds, hay fever, la grippe, usijuuu. ARCOTIC tering. 1 write this sincerely Mr. nnd Mrs. D. 8. hemorrhages. spirits after an uttack of Urlp If tur-the-r Get the geuulne Foley s Honey and handsomely entertained, with a splen with nncumonla. The first dose gave croup, bronchitis and It will cause tox hunters to cease try them. Only BQ cent Peruna wnooping cuugu, yieiu package It Is safe week In honor of quitu great relief and one bottle completely hoarseness damaging me by hunting on my fect satisfaction guaranteed by Pen- Tar In the yellowConL-In- tquickly to this wonderful medicine. no opiates, did dinner last und ffecttve. Very truly. ny's Drug 8tore, 'cured me," Contains no opiates. Try It 60c and $1. Trial bottle tree. premises. a numaei1 ot reUUons. riefiue substitutes. SUugars and week to A, W. CAllPENTSK Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. Wo vero dellgtt'ted thU Shugars and Tanner Wouldn't Pay Camnilz LINCOLN'S GRANDSIRE HUSTONVILLE COUPLE 't.in 1 e Cutlires - How-lani- l, n Chi-ctir- 1 0 beau-tirttll- Iuls Dak-Car- r, g tl' y Tl-p- TwbWi f and-vfa- s GIGLER-SELLER- Dud-dtr- cl .n. ,' Sat1-urda- S. ifcttie ..- 2 aent Car-pnto- r, one-hors- p y M .i n d .... 2. $ Established 1872. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. HUDAY, OOTOIlKIt 21st, 1V1U. The Interior Journal REVIEW Smij I BVraiY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At II Ter Year In AdTtnce. tHELTON SAUFLEY PublUhtr Stan- Sdeel Um rr Oct 23, lflO HAVE A FIT O$O0O00$0OOOO00 HARNE8S ON A HORSE give him ns should made We comfort. goods, In only for If you sulky, you wagon a of Its kind will Ky. C. McCLARY, ! SpecieXlj Arranged ter Thl Ptpt Entered at tbo Poat Offlce at ford, Ky.. at Second Class malt. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorised to announce Charles A. Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist, at the 1111, election to be held November, subject to the actvon of tho Demo- Senator EUy Bertram Is making n wonderful race for congress In the Eleventh dlstrlcL The better class of republicans do not relish tho candidacy of Powers, and Ma overween Isg desire to keep himself In the limelight has disgusted many who have held doubts as to his guilt of the Ooe-bassassination. A great many of tbem have pledged themselves openly to Senator Bertram while others are quietly working for him and the advices from tho 11th are to tho effect that If Powers Is not beaten he will jioll a very much redueoJ majority. The following, from the Lc?-do- n Echo, one of the leading n pLbll; can papers of the 31th District, Is a o lair samrje of how many of the bos republicans of that sactlou loose upon Powers and his candidacy. The Echo bays: Important xne & in Oolden Tet "And It fame to paee, when th daye wen well nigh eme that ho ehould Ni received up, he atMdfaetly eet hli face to ro to Jerusalem, and eent mMMncrr before hie faca." Luie :St I properties of by urape arc Tho first element ot a good review Is to make It a real review, a general view of the whole period which has been studied. In this caae our review covers IS lessons, from Lesson III. of the third quarter to Leaaou III. of this quarter. The aooond element Is that the review be made attractive and And It can be so conducted both in the class and for the whole school as to become one of the moat attractive and helpful sessions of the inter-eaUa- I cl I Ahmmlutmty Purm to the food. "The Hon. James II. Howard, of , was In town several d'lys this week, and It Is being quietly whispered about tbat he Is a piospectlve V arc r. .1 cand'oate for v.'ernor. 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 Poers ticket. The most serloi.e objections that we can see In supporting him Is that we fear he would not pardon Henry E. Youtsey In time for him to make the race for the United States Senate." The food is thereby r made mors tasty and digestible Kv . 572.1 I Did you ever notice the fellow per with a new suit of good material, so to be carry everything feet well trimmed, and yet it hung on required harness and horso the best and most reliable but him like a sack on a post. Sure need harness Unci. or for racing farm gel the best at you have The fault is in the Stanford, J. DRAFTING of the COAT this the summer extend about nine In the HANG of the COLLAR, Boetha. Christ the the life the ARCH of the SHOULDER, the teat part the great the Ferean the the Jordan; la the country eeat ROLL of the LAPPBL our coats tad the teat four days of Chrlst'a ministry, la Jerusalem and nt the average man. the map the The Trace Jeaua (Hlltee, Caper We buy only STANDARD, well Pare, Jeri naum. Jerusalem. Bethany, of TAILOLBD, WELL TRIMMED fleproductlons Saves Its cost over and over Picture photographs ot great paintings. lessened doctor's must Coats and THEY FIT But historical places and of ! The period covered by from S9 to April 4, A. D. SO; The pUee In of whole of review of A. D. a la of Oalllean of mln-Uir- r; talnW-tr- pah-H- e on Map. Capernaum, aaovementa of Fhlllppt, Oaeearea, Oalllee. Olrvea, Jero-Mount cho. Review. from REAL SANITARY PLUMBING. l Preachersville Mr. E. Griffin, of Griffin Station, accompanied by his wife, and Mrs. Wm. Davis, went fishing to the tlat 2 at S4 62 !i 91 rock a few days since. The best fish caught wus a blue cat which measured 28 4 inches long and weight 9 pounds. In a short while another fish was hold of the hook, and after a few quick moves, rutthlrg Into the middle of the river, succeeded in escaping with a good part of Mr. (J' Ashing tackle. It is thought to be a large blue cat which has broken many lines for 'the local sports, for year past. In these partr, perhaps a mate to the big one ca'ight years ago by Henry Johnson, of color, who was a fine fisher man. A pretty litUe daughter has arrived at the home of .Mr "and Mrs. Orover Gastlneau in Ghrrard. The mother was formerly Miss Alpha Nay lor, of this, place.' of Williamsburg, Mrs. and Miss Mary Koss, of Garrard, were visiting Mrs. Fado Parks. .Messrs. Samp Cummins and J. F. Pettus have returned from a two weeks at Upringfiold. Mrs. J. B. Mershon, of Somerset, is visiting her sister, Mrs W. P. White. John Bell and wlfe.vls-itcJohn Naylor. J. T. Chadwlck and daughter Miss Melsadia, visited at V P. White's. Miss Flossie May Sutton of Lancaster Is with her sister Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Dr. Wm. Doores of Stanford was here Sunday, a suest of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Parrlsh, and attended protracted meeting. He called to see his old time friend Mr. H. Blankenshlp, who continues quite poorly. Mr. David Adams and family are much better of fever. J. It. Hlgs-bv'- s children are about well. Mrs. J. 11. Cress is III of chills. John T. Itlgsby sold to Harris ti Woods 15 feeding cattle at 5 cents. George nrown bought 18 500 pound cattle of Sutton &. Hammonds at 4 cents. D. M. Anderson sold to 4 a weanling Jack colt to Wm. Shanks for 1150, also tiur mules to same at17K I. P Thnmrnson sold two twoyear old mules for $260 and bought a mare for flCO. Levi Bell sold an aged mule to T. J. Stlgall for 160. John T. Itlgsby sold about 350 bales ot, hay to B. D. Holutlaw at C5 cents, and bought two calves of T. W. Napier for $32.50. J. H. Thompson bold Wm. Bright 16 750 pound yearlings n d 1- -i The protracted meeting of the Bap night. tist church closed Sunday were six additions. The bapThere tism 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. Cummin's store, Thursday even-lnto a good sized crowd, in the Inter est of the tobacco pool. Mr Wilson is an Interesting speaker on a very Inter subject. HU talk from start to finish wjas a straigm bio argument and was heard with closest attenUon. Much Interest and enthusiasm shown and we believe the sensible and get on growers will-b- o' the -- Inside of the fence.' .V ()n account of falling health White has decided to rent his farm and sell out and go to Arizona. He will advertise In the I. J. soon. llllara Naylor Is about to lose the Bight In one eye. Mr. Henry Blanken-hlWe wero Is about the same. misinformed about Mr Frank Lynklns having typhoid, his disease being malaria Mrs. Thomas Owens Is comg and eventa. (both In color and In black and white), are now ao reason- hi in nrloa aa to main them avail-- ! able for regular use In the daaa or Sunday school, ll is a great ueip to the memory. If each class or each acholar makes a picture book ot this part of the life of Christ The best book for this purpose Is one made for this object, ot 140 pages, with a peculiar bat simple hack, which enables ooe to fill the book with picture without at all distorting the covers, which are of heavy board covered with tasty paper. The text of Matthew' Ooe-pcan be pasted in from some cheap edition ot the Oospels, or, better, written In the words of the scholar. Great Interest can be added to the making of these volume In various ways. They are ornamented with pen "For Instance, the tact Jesus nrorklng a a carpenter during his young manhood la nappuy illustrated by sketching a hammer, a aaw, or other carpenter's tooU." Map and charts and small pictures can be cut out of dlaused Quarterlies; Illustrations can be preserved from small magazines and newspapers; card can be obtained with beautifully arranged pressed flowers In various natural colors, from different part of Palestine which Jesus has made sacred, two cents each. In package dra-jrtngJack-knif- Biblical and bill. agiiln In you 1 " a " pipes that white basin It Is the make sanitary plumbing. .,, hA, rn kUfc .vm..v. flntn its mw n UJ lUJ Wl nut tAvitth,, We have the do your plumbing. "know how." W "" and nickeled " a a aa. "v ",v ... $30 in the Our prices range from $15 to W. K. WARNER, Phone 108. Stanford, Ky. New Browns And Blues iTy one of our coats on and see if we can't fit you. H. B. Northcott. LANCASTER, KY. BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Branch ivi "7, l,cua e, T. K. Tuoer, M'pr. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Fryers Turkeys Ducks J'ly12-1- - H. J. McRoberts. E 333333333333333 33 Q. L. Penny c 5c Roosters, per lb Hides per lb Feathers "c lWOc R H. Coffey E. K. Coleman LIME AND 8ALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. Phone 153 We can please you. School Supplies For the Kindergarten, for the High School; for all grades. We have the SCHOOL PLIES neededStationery, SUP- of 25. joriu p plaining. DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from underneath the sUln svlth srcsy lotions or fancy hair dressinRS when Penney a urug store will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO toan to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be obtained In any city or town in America most an.' are recognized the best und affececonomical treatment for all tions . of...the fkin or scalp whether ounonnn. (Inn B 110 Illpoo with ZEMO SOAP and applica tion of ZEMO will stop iicuuiK "" cleanse the scalp ot dandruff and What Aits You? We Invite you to try ZEMO and pot. ZEMO SOAP and If not entirely satis There are 100 picture of Palestine, fled we will refund your money. Pen in a leather with a book enny8 Drug Store, closing a map and a description of the tour through the Holy Land. Ot course a selection oaa be made of the Thl can be made moat pictures. useful for aa evening meeting with the class. It would be well for each Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headSunday school to own a set of theee. tongue, bitter or bad taite in rooming, aches, coaled The Topical nevlew. Let the schol "heart-burn,- " bclchinc of ai, acid riiinfi in throat after ars go through the lessons aunng we stomach oaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy PtH,j catiof, nrwvtmia week, some taking one claa poor or variable appetite', name at time) and kindred of subJecU, and other another, If they symptoms p are unable to examine all thoroughly. If you have any considerable number of lb I. Find all the statement that were above symptoms you are auffcrinf from biliousapplied to the Hfe of the apostle. ness, torpid liver with indlicstion, or dyspepsia. IL Find thoe two which contain Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery Is made up of the most valuable medicinal principle reference to children, known to medical science for the permanent III. Find those which refer to marmost cure of such abnormal conditions. It 1 riage feasts. efficient liver invicoralor. stomach tonic, bowel IV. Find those which are based on regulator and nerve strenfcioencr. vineyards. The "Golden Medical Discovery" Is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, V. Tell the story of each of the parand attested full list of its ingredients being printed on its able. no alcohol, or barm-funder oath. A tlance at these will show that it contains VL Tell the story of the triumphal d made with pure, drus. It is a Buid extract of native American medical, entry. the roots tfreerine, ol proper stren.tb, from VIL What do we tears about watatv forest plants. World' Dispensary Medical Association, Props., Buffalo, rJ. Y. scurf. Another Form of Picture Ilevlew. Mr. Estelle M. Hurll, author ot a CRAB ORCHARD, KY. capital volume on "The Life of Our Lord In Art." advocating the greater Buyer of use of pictures In the Sunday school. All kinds of farm produce and am says: "A successful teacner oi u paying today for; laree Bible class In one of our J ! W 10c churches, wishing to provide some- Hens usually Instructive for Re- Egs thing 11 to U view Sunday, chose this plan: she Sprlngors procured a large number of photo5 t0 5 a'2c graphs descriptive of the life of our Hoasters 12 t 13,:j Lord, placed them upon the walls and Turkeys upon easels In the class room, un- bucks t0 Sc til she had the whole story told in 6 to 7c pictures. During the session no word Hides 1S t0 43c from her was necessary, except a few Feathers simple explanations, while the pupils Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chickpassed In silence from one picture .. . en Feed tor sale or In exenanue ior to anomer, isiuus iu ,t uuk it. lHKKnn at the same time. 1 "It was Produce. the most Impressive service ever atPhone 20 tended," said one who was there, and the whole class echoed tho same sentiment as they slowly left the church. Traveling by Stereoscopic Pictures. rh?v-- -- m smiriSE Eor tnpular," b BHVVW v ms" lug used In day schools as well as In Sunday schools, because the pictures are Incomparably better than those of a few year ago. They are suca e representation of the places where our Lord lived and walked and UughL the flgurea and the scene are brought out. so clearly that It 1 almost the same aa If w were actually traveling In the Holy Land. People are more and more waking op to the llkenee of the experience that may be gained In the stereoscope to those gained by viewing them on the J.G. Pencils, Pens, ''t Rulers, Tablets, Books. Fit the children out satisfactorilyfit them out here and save money. ' 2 PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky, YOU CAN BUYl 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 Coal; No Slack. Phone-41- . e, " j. L.Beazieyoto., W. A. TRIBBLE. Furniture ami Undertaking. Day rhone 28. Night Phone 133. ar life-lik- Stanford, KenturHr . ca. Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealers in Fur- niture, Mattings.Rugi. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right era. CONCRETING W.areln po.ltlon todoallklndi ot eon erttlns, men a. lliock Work, l'ar.m.ot. and. In taot, we can make any thing from a yon promptly and guarantee flr.t.ela.e work and material. Call and get oar price. ueiuro on uuy your material at I. alt. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. J. H. Baughman& Co. Fall An Harry Jacobs, Df Bier In and Munalacttur r ot Winter Suitings Marble and Granite Monu- My Sew fall and winter sample aro Marker, and 1'okU .Cemetery and Law Vaiv.aml Htttteoi. Office and orki, Me now ready lor your Inspection. They Kinney, Ky. ments, When Hungry OO TO botlle-wrapp- ul babit-forml- Inple-refine- rnmnrim the bobf on tne market can suit nny one as to prlco who bas hU clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes. To nave them made to measure doesn't cost anv more than ready made wnea quality and nt U naUOan. Co take row Beasur. In and let U Frsetisal Tailor.S H. O. 1 Carton's Meal, U;80.'r. u. n tor a good quick lleit place lu meal, I can lurnlih the public with the twit. a. well a. the (rr.be.t of cut Doner., plant, ot (looking to tult our cu.tomeriour.peclaltyall kind., bulb., potted Cower, on abort Hplendld new line ot fanoy AIm a ipeclully ot CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Ile.taurant Htanford. K. .erred at all hour, up to Htreet f t - urtMtjf Bf. tuuke wrrutb. notice. tor tor funeral purpo... tiroccrlei. In connection with ttieatove, I have all Hot Donee, Handwlcbe., pie. Uutter miik. klnd.lof vegetable, on band at rra.onablv and iweet milk, etc., at all timet. Pr,C,,OIIRlBTMAN OltKEN HOUHEH. Kll UCBMAkli, 1'KOH. UtaulWd ,K y V. A. CARSON. C.p. IT" r m- "- I KKIDAY, OCTOHEK SIst, 1C10. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. VVETEEL PRETTY SAFE In asserting that you can't beat E? N" Children's Coats. e have a large assortment of Coat $,for all ages lrom Infants Misses' 18 year size. Wc have a quantity of sample coats at cut prices. V. to i our qualities and prices. Wc point to the fact of our growng business that our methods arc agreeable to You had best get ready for the Cool Fall Das that arc upon usT- our customers. In fact wc arc so The new coats are very pretty and quite Uifftrent frorrD &stscfc confident of it that wc invite you . to call, and, if you can, critisizc son's styles. cither the quality or prices of our Wc have a variety of styles and fabrics and they arc antVviik&Z-reasonablmerchandise. The keener your prices. judgment the more anxious we are to have you compare our offerings with that of other stores- '( A Winter Coat ! SEVERANCE & SON, 7& V II Frith, of Ilrodhcad, wns hero on business Wednesday. Mrs K. J Tamme left Saturday for PERSONAL NOTES Winchester where shu will bo with her husband who Is very III. J W. Ilutchcion spent several days Mr. W. A. Hurge has relumed to fit llrodhcad thlg ween. Indianapolis after a three weeks' vis-I- t with thc homcrolks here. Mr. Mack llufJmnn It at the Sanitarium at Crab Orchard taking trcut-raen- t InMtnllons have been received here reading as folows: under Dr. Spltlcr. Mr, and Mrs I). in Prof. J W. Ireland attended the vltes you to bo James at Illnckmarpresent the s meeting of the (Jrnnd IxxJro of riage of their daughter, Clarice (leorge, to Mr Hiram 11 Owenn, on nt Louisville thli Wednesday evening, October Albert Phillip, of Lexington, a sixth, nineteen hundred and twenty, ten, at brother of I)r M, M Phillips, has eight o'clock. First Methodist Kplsco-pa- l church, Itarbourvtlle Kentucky; taken a position a individual book, keeper In tho Suite Dank & Trust Co. accompanied by cards announcing At Home after November fllteenth, rlno-tte- n Mr. and Mrs. John A Allen and hundred ond ten, Ilarbourvllle, Ml Mollle Daughcrty are (pending Kentucky ' Mrs. T D Ncwland lett Wednesday two weeks with re In then and frlcndi night for Orllnds, Tenn., to go to the In Louisville Mr Allen took the Into train Saturday to spend a few days bedside of her little granddaughter l.uclle Kelley, who Is quite 111 of with them. Stanford, Kentucky. tb Arrrt Italr Vlior Jiut a rf otnrtly oV.trorsevery flrrms that uuw dandruff. It irmoves tract of dandruff Itxlf. and Ires Ux scalp cUaa and In a hrafthr condition. Bpctlnl fountain pen centi, 1 and 31.26 Btore for school use at Penny's Drug Arti'i Hair Vlfor promptly intrtrn Itthe sumt, that cum talllnf half. II nowUW. tr.torrt thn to health. TU balr stops limns out. grows own wuir. hair-but- Tailing Hair Dandruff Does not Color the Hair Wc with you to positively and distinctly understand that Ayer't Hair Vigor doc not affect thc color of thc hair, even to thc slightest degree. Persons with thc whitest or the lightest and most delicate blond halrmayutclt freely without raving thc lair made a shade darker. Show this formula to your doctor. Ask him what he thinks of It. r I A i . . IfJ The LitOe Things Tbt vTomt; , Mo-son- wi-c- J O ATMS CoutkWt l.nll Mm Such as Belts, Bags, Collar pins; ror Sale.- - Ilrfrir hmtm nnH DONT FORGET THE BIG BANK-RUP- acres of land em Somerset street; nice SALE l STILL ON. CLOTH-ING- , coiupe on East Main street; house SHOES, HATS, ETC., PRAC and 21 acres on East Main and a Mrs. Hobert Harding and daughter, house and five acres of land on DanMr and Mrs S C. Illakeman, of TICALLY GIVEN AWAY. Miss Margaret Harding and Miss ville avenue. Apply to Harvey Helm. tlarrudsburg, were guests here Poorl Knulconer and Miss Mary Dunn, Mrs John Wesley, of Somerset wish For sale privately my home on East of Danville, are spending a few day es to thank tho people of McKlnnev Mam Street. Mrs L. II Cook, StanCourier-JournaIn Lculsvlllo and vicinity for their patronage ot ford, Kentucky SHORT LOCAL NEWS . Mrs. Margaret Parr, of Lebanon, her excellent display of millinery that A number of Stanford negroes Indiana, Is thc guest of Mr and Mrs CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, LTC, she had here last week. summoned to go to Paris on Frilledell Chancellor this week AT YOUR OWN PRICE AT THE DIG The colored teachers' tnstltue will day when the trial of "FIJI" Uryant John II Finn who travels out of WHITE DANKRUPT SALE. be held at Stanford In the colored for the killing of John Doty on an He Cincinnati, was here Wednesday ..... ....... ill ,.fu -- .u... .. ...... Tlnrttla. Miitrj-- rWnliof VJ VR Mn excursion train last Sunday will come Is a brother of State Hnllrond Comcity taxes Nov 1 Hotter pay up before U II. Snead ot Louisville will Instruct, dp In the Bourbon court The wit2U missioner Plnn 0. 8!nsIeton, SupL then. P.. D. Carter, Collector. nesses summoned here are said to have been sought to show up Bryan's unsavory reputation In this communi T Wed-mull. hav-teeh THE BIG WHITE BANKRUPT The Somerset football team comes LOTS OF her Saturday for n game with the STILL CONTTINUES. AT LOWEST cnninplon Stanford team Kverybody FINE CLOTHING wants to fee the local lads in action PRICES. after their two sensational victories For Sale -- Five room cottage and and r big crowd Is expected out to all necessary outbuildings: well fenced. Apply to Bud Holderman tho game. Neckwear, Scarfs etc. ) We are showing all the newes vv vu ... things. Vlf W. E. PERKINS, I.KM rv l IKI 1 M N-- l I IS. M IM I I II IV V vf 0 ' ty. $000OOGOatGv'Qtttt One good second- "atarrh than all the catarrh specialists on enrth Jiir-- breBthe It; very pleasant G L. Penny guarantees it Complete outtu 1; extra bottle 50c t WORSE THAN"BULLETS. Bullets have often caused less suffering to soldiers than eczema, L. W Harriraan, Burlington, Me, got in tho army, and suffered, with, forty years. "Hut Itucklen's Arnica Salve cured me when all else failed," he writes. Great est healer for sores. Ulcers, BollsT Burns, Cuts, Wounds, Bruises and Piles. 25 cents ai Pinny's Drug Store Tho only trfe constipation cure must begin Its soothing, beallnc action when it enters the mouth. Holllster's Icocky Mountain Tea restores the whole system to a healthy normal condition. J5 cents. Tea or Tablets. Sold by Shugars & Tanner Hyoniel fcn" cmed more cases of hand SUPERIOR GRAW V 2-?- DRILL o A At A Bargain. W. H. o o In the future .Mr E. L Hcmbart will, collect all water and light bills It is important that vou pay him promptly as bervlco will be discontinued at v.t ter h makes tho second elfort to Water Light S. Ice Co. collect. notTce HIGGlN?r Stanford, Kentucky. T.-- '- - The tax books of Crab Orchard grad ed school are now ready anil taxes are due. The penalty will go on Nov 1. The books will always be at tho offiCp of the Crab Orcliard Banking Lackey, Company. Miss Ophelia Treasurer. co-- s OO01i0S1;OOi1J0OS0erJgfE:, ee I i LR. Hughes Humble W. O. Mti. ftf All who have pptrs for the Presbyterian toclety will notify us nt oi.ee, ts vve deire to ibtp in a few dajs. Mrs. J. B. Paxton, Pros. The creditors 01 John l'raIor, deceased will ploftfe fill their claim. properly verified vvitl J. U. Paxton Immed'atoly. Mr Clara D Traylor, Admx. 'I he Sunday suLJect'nt'tlic lUptlst church "Hinder-ance- morning will bo to Prayer ' There will be no evening service on account of I'm on s Iy$i I V NEW LINE OF CORSETS: 10 srt-first Wb Copyright Hart Schaffntr fc Marx jK YOU ' can spend more money for your cltohes we are asking for these and get a good Services at Christian church. Owing to thc sickness of my wife the moving of my family and business to Stanford, Is indefinitely postponed. Harry Jacobs, the Monument Man. News was received here Wednesday night of the date at Corbln ot Mr. Sam Itatns, who was born and raised In Loncoln county and has several grand children heie and many relatives. He was about seventy years of nge. Undertaker J. C McCiary went up on the night train with casket for the body which wns brought here and Mr. Interred In buflalo cemetery Italns was a highly respected cJ.tpeu, and many will mourn that ho- Is no more - If you want to bo sure of your iff ure, under all conditions wear a Ware ner's Rust Proof Corset, They with every new style. We have-thein all sizes and prices. deal less value'Jor your money. There is no'better clothing made than these vi f ffi fJlmi We &?sof ill w carry the American Beauty, which iotw comfortable and desirable corset. Cail and see them before buying. Hrt Schaffner & theMarx art highest Suits and Overcoats They express clothes-makin- g in exclusive in design; the choicest of fabrics, jiUGHES, MARTIN & Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes I CO. both foreign and domestic; hand tailored. Suits, $7.50 to $35. Overcoats, $15 to $30. .v STANFORD. Mssl Notice KENTUCKY Tturc la dot Catartb m till, mriia tt hlivT-thaail olbtr dUujea ui uett ul i.w yrar. waa .uppowa 10 L uranU4i uiMuy lev. Qocujrs pruuuunrru it a ukm? cmtim Drracri oral rtmmin. aixl by kmiiih lo cur. lh kxal tlrallueDL tin.in..ftl- Iflni.lfct brlrac. ta. provra Catafrh tu tw wcumumMB. car. and Uxrtlot iwiulrM cuuuutbaattJii4wMU Hall Catarrh Our, maaiitutuiMI vr iJ ttummt Oo TultJo. Okb. Is ta oulj tmnn U market. II u uaco tUraaiiTiwnsfatt drop, lo a tcaapoooluL It acu nm iW.sf " as4 isixvus turtaN et It tftati rary Mbrra. 1 buMnd dollar, tor any can is raw:. ct iMMI lor cimilars and totlmoalala. AMTja. F J.CHLNLt- A iXVOUHCt w Cummins THI8 STORE 18 & Wearen; 4 MARX CLOTHES for Womea. kk fi lIllaTsvlb ii J iTi Hi The Favorite Toale Jk " rHoag'sD j 1 !J will csctIscs STANFORD, KENTUCKY. THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER I i ml SJ , l.rrtf B r tiU It butr PENNY'S DRUG STORE We nuvo u saw mill for sale with er bailer 30 h- vnglne, a new saw mill for sale, H cash, balance in two, four and Blx months, with good notes. King's Mountain PlanlBg Mill. King's Mountain, Ky. - Cnittlisi ifi ' 'i Tus twiUM2t rws m PWiMMM1 im ww jfc.nwj nf...m.H . )k!AMjMwdRp- ia t jr - the Stanford; kent ucky interior journal. "RIlMY." OCTOUKR !ML 110. Six Big Special Days On Rubber Tires KELLEY-SPRINGFIEL- D e have placed large annual contracts for B. F. GOODRICH and 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 Ithis sale we will furnish and put on the best FIRESTONE RUBBER TIRES at $12. $14 per set, regular price $16. DEFENDER RUBBER TIRES per setBuggy regular price $14. . put Round Edged Steel Remember ;$12 Tires during this sale at $10. we ontne best Tires at $3.50 per set. E. Lancaster. will be a call meeting of the tf D C. next Monday afternoon nt StLhe borne of Mrs. S. D. Cochran. Mee new concrete crossings are aiircing put all around the public son Hamilton the of msA Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hamilton rtbe Huckeye neighborhood was severe 'AT injured by being kicked In the head annul ty a horse. He was at once Da-ri-d M. ARNOLD THE FARMERS bacco. 5 SECOND STREET, DANVILLE, KY. CINCINNATI MARKET3 Tex jnaro. Cincinnati. Oct. ::. ititlo- 62S; market stoady, fair to 'pood shippers $3.IOV0".; common J203.75. Hogs Receipts WG9; market steady, 5'l0c iovor; butchers common iifJV and shippers $U.aoti-'i- i: Sheep llecelpts U: market Iow. Lamb lOifloc lower, Mi'l"i' Market slow and 'UT.- - lov.vr, UM (3fi.l!5. (V , t r- 4 J i KM 1 rV1 iiLw V to the Lancaster hospital was performed. Loiw reports are that the little lad ifsril noon recover- jrsiilf tlng to church Sunday morn What mother is not looking for tins Jlrs. T. J. Price slipped and fell ncar Sweeney's livery stable and something that will help her children rimft Her left arm near the elbow. in the little ills of life, something for the stomach trouble and the Trine many friends of this most woman regret to hear of her bowel trouble? Long ago she probably has become convinced that a addent. Hope for her speedy child cannot readily swallow a pill "Slr John M. Karra gate a hay rtde or a tablet, and that to "bfak them SCriOaj night to Miss Lettle MrRob-?- o in half and crush them is an annoy-ncthat usually they work too drmitl. and her charming young guest cally, and are nauseating and too Miw Ituth Head, of Texas. A most crful for the little on'a stomach. pow, ojqrable time was spent by the Any mother who wUI take the trouble of aendlnr her name and address can obwouns vcoplet tain a tree sample bottle of remedy Tnt Dlble school house or union that thousands of other mothers aare ulaj JMf 'now paying-- for. This remedy U Dr. iZuman of i worship at Hyattsvllie In Caldwell's the ttilis county, has been completed and a free trialSyrup Pepsin, and any offer ot Is open mother Wlti "be dedicated Sunday afternoon who has notbottle used It. to Having: used yet c)cjl 2.1 it and convinced yourselr that It Is what you want, you can obtain It In the fuDn Wednesday last In Kayette ture of your at and Ijila Uelle Walker daughter of one dollar a druggist lustfifty cenUmany bottle, as o ethers are dolnc. the free sample twine Hr .and- - Mrs. Wm Walker and imptr to conrince you or its merits, it CfcarIeA J. Doty, of Henderson, were u ina Dest way to brgin on It. Mrs. U of'117 W. Harrison street. Chicago. umfcal in wedlocks holy bonds, by DartsMrs. Mary Balford. 1710 Ad &V. Porter pronouncing - M. the tAtilsvtrte. Ky.. both started Coke street. with, free rswmony. The groom together with samele- - and now they write, that a they tbb; parents' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doty bars nerer been without s bottle In the 3Kwtt in Lancaster for some vears. nouse since. It ts undoubtedly a irreat family rem tjpiwsetrt he holds a position In edr. as It Is adapted to -all ages, being pt7asaai and yet where he and his attractive raiMJ anaeffective. w lane- especially It la the i3rt3 will icslde. Ideal remedy for children and women and The Lurm of the late O. T. Wailuco old folks, who need something pure, mild has the of benatural iit. IV)lnt Leaell S miles east of here and a thoroughIt laxative advantagecontain ing and c sold by Hughes & Swlnebroad tonic properties, use It roryet the most real estate agents Is as follows: M. stubborn constipation. Indigestion, liver 3 J, ittosa. ot Garrard, bought 167 acres trouble, sick headache, sour stomach Nonh.Spainhouse and such complaints with a guarantee . at 9100 11 an acre; that It will cure. jptnvhasd the store and 3 Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased nere at tfljOW; I. O. Durnslde bought 34 acres to give you any medical advice you may family pertaining tr , ef unimproved land at JM.tlO per acre desire for yourself oror bowels absolutely the stomach, liver rXkannis Lear bought a small house and free of charge. I zplaln your case In a to you In 5 Aires at$66G; the farm consists of letter and he will replysimply senddetail. your For 2Vi aaiea, average price 11 Oi! per acre nsme the free sample a postal card or and address on "ITbvm will be a Bible Sunday otherwise. For either request the doctor's W. D. Caldwell, n.SOO Cald.3Chce. rally nt the Christian church address Is Dr. Montlcello, well building-- . lit JtBSiltry morning beginning at 10 thus uniting the Sunday school 'v!?iVW3T piwuns xnd the regular church serA PCTLii J7?rri-- . r...aa V'-- S' w vices. A1Va im 1V Valley Hay, age 18 years son of Mr. of lluckeye infl Mm Kin Hayprotracted died on JJoevlay alter a illness ot llesides a twin sister tttAnrrculouls. decerned leaves bis parents brothers and sisters to mourn his ctxrlx death. ml Ifk i 3Jr. Ourles Doty age 5u years and so Battle ol this rouniy as well as a istoa-rt- t for many yenrs died at his jhrmtf ta Santa Barbara California tfter a lingering Illness or tuberculo-ts- aThe deceased Is survived by WHEN THE FIRE ENGINE COMES vwWow and lour children all grown. Mrs. Joel Walker of' this Is no time to be regretting your negsisters, 3r and Mrs. Thomas Miller of Santa lect to get Insured. The time to seBarbara. California, mourn his death. cure a policy Is before not during or Womens" Mission Society or The after a fire. It is before the fire with tfWPresbjterlan church met Monday you now. Neither you nor anybody :attmoon at the home of Mrs. Krnnk Ue can tell bow mucji before or how L Markstmry. Vlss Ituth Re-- o' Claiksvlllo, Tex.. little before it Is. lime us issue you Mine truest ot Miss Lettle McRobeits, a policy today and. be protected In any Jamo Coo!j and .loanua 3rSamc Uanvllle were recent visitors event. Otasn of W. S. FISH tea Mrs. H. M. Uallou, Mrs. J. M. i PHONE 2fl STANFORD, KY jjFMxee 'nd tlaiiKhlcr .Miss K.iuium jI naught jantt sa operation Free Child's Remedy I- e; Let me Insure your barns and toW. A. Trlbble. For Sale. A well improved farm ot 20 acres, near Mt. Salom, household and kitchen furniture, stock, and farming tools. I. II. Woodson, Mt 41123 Salem, Ky. For Sale A few thoroughbred Puboag pig, April farrow. ree Jersey Price reasonable. T. J. Ourhum, 53-Crau Orchard, Phono 13-For Keut About 17 acres of good fall rass. Mrs. Martha V. Klrby. C5-For Sale 36 head of steer tattle. Can be seen on J. A. Robinson's farm. For prices call on or write C. T Hohon Lebanon. Strayed or stolen from my pasture on Oix rter a small steer weighing GOO or 700 pounds. Anyono giving Information as to hi srecorcry wil. 66-be rewarded. Frank Cordler. Strayed or stolen 1,100 pound red steer. Reward lor Information to K. S. Powell & Son, Hustonvllle. For Sale. 26 good young owes and one buck most of them pure bred shropshlres. J. Frank Smith, Dox 84 Stanford Ky. Walter Uroyles. of Whitley county, 3 UOO-lC3-43 GOOD NEWS Many Stanford Readers Have Heard It and Profited Thereby "Good news travels fast," and the thousands of bad back sufferers In Stanford are glad to learn that prompt relief Is within their reach. Many a lame, weak nnd aching back ts bad no more, thanks to Uoan's Kidney Pills. Thousands upon thousands of people are telling the good news of their ex M?rience ulthithe Old yuaker remedy. Ifpre Is an example worth reading The Crossett Shoe "When it comes to dress wear, Crossett Shoes are what you want. and color. We have every style, last uas In Lincoln tUte v.cck locking Tor "Ueorge Wright. Stanford street, Lancaster, Ky says "I have never known of a better kidney remedy thnn fall my Dean's Kidney Pills, back ached n great deal nnd my kidneys were badly discolored, Tho secretions from these orgnns were scan-and painful In pasaige. I fortumw. ly had Uoan's Kidney fills brought to my attention and getting a box, I began their us. hTey relieved me quickly and In return fo rthe benefit I recehed, I am willing that my name should be used In endorsing them My advice to all sufferers from kldeey trouble Is to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." For sale by all dealers. Price f.0 Co., Buffalo. N. cents. Foster-MilbuY., sole agents Tor the United States. and Remember the name Donn'a take no other, y rn Work JislsMI '- Shoes And medium weight. We have a line, the best made from hand sewed to a machine made We have the lnpcstructablc Shoe for the farm that. we- - absolutely guarantee. If not gooji, money refundeq or a newpaV Ask your neighbor XV. t(Bk conn-rtyAJQ- II.J -- t'O acres. a larm ot about IC'J again :fi nbont u wtv i.lll be nyono 'vho has smh a farm to scl t.t a reasonable flguru can notiry the I J., which will mrnrni Mr. Hroyl'.-- a t BIG OCT. ALE , of tborsj vho wish to n!l J. F. Moser has sold his farm in the SATURDAY, Hen-4exh0- uior-ough- ly Oitberts rence. acres and the consideration Is said to have been about $3,750. Lost. Creek section to Franw LawThe place contains about 60 ,22,1910. 2 " re sev-tw- oia!BBSs sHBBPHw Cow, in color between Jer-ic- y .and k'ed wtth brlndllJ head, no horns. Has one blind teat. Reward If returned to Mrs. Annie Penman, Gilberts Creek, Ky. Hughes & Swlnebroad real estate men of Lancaster report that the sale of the Wallace rarra was held Oct, lfith as advertised without reserve or limit. The whole farm of 210 acres brought an average of 1102 per acre. The tract of 107 acres with Improvements was purchased by M. K. Ross, of .Madison county, at 11011 per acre. The 34 acre tract of unimproved land by J. U. Ilurnslde at $111.60 per acre. The storeroom and Spalnhower at l't attached by Noah tract by Dennis $1,00 and the I.ear for SC66. A beuutlful pony, cart and harness ror sule Henry Hankia, Junction City, Ky. LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR 8ALE 100 acres In tine shape; crop goes with. Detter come quick. J. M. Reynolds Waynesburg. by-bi- d G. 1 Mt, Moreland, SAM ROBINSON. Stanford, Ky. SCHOOL SHOES .HIM SSS Kentucky. OPENING SALEI At a meeting of the warehouse association of Lexington It was decided to open their wnrehouses for the salo of the P.M0 crop of tobacco on Oct. IT.th, when ull the buyers will be In attendance. ! THE CALL OF THE BLOOD for purification tlnds olce In pimples. bolls, sallow complexion, a Jaundiced look, moth patches and blotches on the skin, all signs of liver trouble. Rut Mr. King's New Life Pills make rich red blood; give clear skin, rosy cheeks, fine complexion, health. Try them. 25 cents at Penny's Drug Store. Buy your Children School Shoes from L. L. Sanders and get a nice School Box with each pair. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, Sale j Tobacco stiect immediately east Growers-Attent- ion cy J . naiio Mr. ana mm. u daughter ana Mrs. Aiex wjw Muna Mss. Deft Sunday fur a visit t "id. A'Vkf, of Uootk Henry Simpson and little Mr.are vUulog In Lexington. daugh-tie- r Miss . 3JiM Annie Wallace ot Charlotte. C. is visiting her aunt Mrs. Ann woro Mr. nnd Mts Clay Sutton cuccts at the Seelbach several days MUs Uubsle Shugars U aaist week. ijsUlng her brother, O. W. Shimars 5lTvll?tJ tave beoti tfioiry Clay JennuKS HUais. UK Mesdamf.t and W. I Vil- - r 5T- - J. C. McClary; ltob-Jtow- JMlHA Haselden Uad children are visiting In Nicholas-aUle- . Undertaker and Embamer Home 'Phone 35 KY- .3Tey -- For Salp.- - I1 f ML D. 2, Lancaster. Two extra good fresh milk cowh. J. A. Swlnebroad. Offlce 'Plume 17 STANFORD. The loose floor sale at tho Peoples' Tobacco warehouse on Perrgvlll? of the Queen A Cressent Railway will begin next Saturday, October '11, Uuycrs from all leading factories will be on baud, nit tobacco Is placed on sale in unlfor m 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 insurance Is carried by us and your tobacco Is protected from the mlnuto It enters cjr bouse unUI It is sold. Hxperienced men In all departments to guard yanr Interests. Our advlco la as the advice of all tobacco warehouses ta that you place your tobacco upon the market an soon as It has been strip ped. It weighs more then and you bare the cont of. extra handling, and tet the use of your money. The Peoples' wurehouso tat Ue capacity to accommodate CO loads STIRRING TIMES. cf tobarco nt one time and ample room for a hundred head or horses, we are having In the building line. Remembor the location- - Perryvllie street, Immediately eust br the Queen" We carry a full Hue, ot lime, plaster, & Crescent Railway. cement nnd everything' else. nc.edc! Kver thing purchased Vice President. John B. Van Win- for. building, I'. M Dunn, President, 11. D. here will be found of tbe best qualikle. Secretary, Henry McWIIIIams Manager, J. O. DavU Bookkeeper. ty and tho best for Intended purposes. located on PerryviIU'..Str.et-- Kast of Q. & 0. Railway. We will save you trouble aad itMeets PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY, tary expense by tending to us' far aa 'Phone 50, estimate, Incorporated. St-le- f Hustiiville PrtfKrty In Ifustoa-vllle Having other property I will oa. Saturday Nov. 3th, 1910 sell the following described real estate On frame house, wlta 18 rooms, arranged so that two families can live In' lt two back yards; one extra nice vacant building lot, oae extra Urge barn, a good livery bamt 3 'large sheds; '2 lasting wells; pae bask lot. , Tbli property Is well fenced tod In good repair; has all outbuildings neces sary and la itunted on Main' and. College streets; on4 square from very rtne unified schoo); ono square from the Christian church; one square from Rapt 1st church and two squares from Fresh) tertan church, and Is In a splentwo-a,tor- y two-stor- y DANVILLE, KY. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. did neighborhood. I will also sell ono Curtis & Reld glars-fron- t carriage, as good as new, two good high wheel sulkies; two driving cart; phaetons, one one Hancock disc plow and 600 or Cut) bald o( Nr. 1 hay, Sale begins promptly at two o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale For other particulars address by phone or otherwise. D, 9. CARPENTER. Huitenvllle. Ky.