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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i If V tr rTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL rm i VOLt IO XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY OCTOBER 2Cth 1910 No i POPULAR YOUNG PAIR ELOPE IN NIGHTTIME JOHN OWSLEY REID AND MISS FRANES COOPER MARRIED- IN LEXINGTON With every arrangement tinged with the glamour of romance John QwaJey Reid and Mitt Frances Coupe eloped to Lexington Friday night and were married In the parlors of tit yr y Phoenix Hotel Bt ono oclock Saturday athemudotbelloand soon afterwards they left on an extended Ph wedding tour or the Milt weddingIPhillips or this city who went with t3aturdoymorntn JourneyThe secret well blroreIthvlbetraythemof the elopement soon after tlmy had started but made 116 effort to Inter- Cept them Mr Reid first telephoned to Dan yule for an automobile to be In readi ness to meet Ms party when It arrived listliennedybare to Danville In n carriage wiiero thy took the machine and whirled away n the darkness toward Lexing ton It was late In the night when rfJflrolonrfceenrtng Squire Hell tilt knot vas speedily tI cdIi 1 hctherewas one of the ushers at Ur Penning ton rind Mlsa Adams or Himtouvllle on Thursday and Alias Cooper wtu present It Is believed that during the balm IIccnel en the pair o sweethearts derldwIV that1 they too would seek the road ot matrimonial buss Doth of the young people are very well known and very popular The a COpnly11e ytaiincohifor several years Wle U of very at tractive face and form and everyone will extend congralulntlon to the lucky young man who has won her Mr Reid le the only fOU and rind or Dr and Mrs thigh Reid and Is one 01 the bet known young men of this com inunlty lie attended Central Unt VonltY for several years where he wag the lender In social circles and has glace returning homo encaged In inning with hla father On their hand name place on the Danville pike I Crab Orckarf 1 Crab Orchard Ky Oct 24 Mr Wilson Napier second son of Mr and Mrs T W Napier and Miss Oeulah Davis who Is a daughter of Mr tad Airs Modes Davis were unit od In the fcoly bond ot matrimony Tuesday afternoon at 330 Tho cere mony was performed by Rev D B UftWOutt pantarof too UrL Orchard CkcistiaB church Dir Napier II 19 7ears of age and lalL fine young man la rcspecte He blltbaealn charge of the post office for some ytiJrB past and the patrons and car riers from the dflce here all attest to his popularity Ills bride Is 16 years of age and both pretty and popu lar Tbe I u joins their many friends in warmest congratulations and best wUbea for their welfare May long life and happiness attend their way lyre happyijoung couple will be at homo to their many friends at the home of Air and Mn V W Napier tor a wbllu before beginning house keeping q Mr Mack Hulfiaan ot Stanford Is taking U treatment at the Crab Orch ard Sanatorium Ills ulster Mrs Cochran of Kansas Clt c i le to Stan ford to visit heibrolltet sndVas be VMS here came on to this place She hi riot been In Kentucky for 3- 0yxye J Mr and Mrs Steve Estea of AUdl son have been visiting Mr J R CeokJ C Tlaile bought of A M HIatt his famous walking mare and a Pres ton colt by her side for a fancy price Job Lynn Soilth sold a steer to Mack Byrd feefaMcClure Napier came home tram Ctoatoa to be at the nuptials of Wit r fencer Wltaon Mrs un Spltler w Htto Richmond to bring her m the er Mrs Mar Culton home Airs C has been visiting her father Mr Hx P Gilbert of Richmond Joe Ander son is the new night operator In tpe- 1ell telepkoue exchange M r S g119 Cef traveling salesaaad jfiif Cary 6afo Company made this town yesterday He has been cpialnj here tor- O years NBi latialltwas here representing Bowser Co Ft Wayne lad Mire AJahaffey of Brad lieU is visiting Mrs Walter Rogers WHIiam Hugh little son of Mr end I Po Mrs W C Tettiis Is III with fever Mrs Charles Ruthledge Is very low oC pulmonary trouble Mr It B Thorap son Is nblo to be out again Mrs D J Rlgsby of Cedar Creek Is better James Singleton Is some bettor of fever Mr lien Lynn and sister Mss Let tin front Kansas with Mrs llccle Woods and Miss Catherine Lynn of Alaywood station were visiting Mr mid Mrs John Lynn Smith Mr Lynn has not been back to Kentucky since lie left hero when small GO years ago iiVatherWm Lynn fejio once lived nearhalls Grip died recently In Kan BUI aged 92 lames Hutnhius aged 84 died near her at nrouglitontown Tuesday of In flrmltles tncluunt to pge lie le stir Irtct by pIs wire Ho wns n strict member of the UapUst church the bhrntawrfiat riendihlp church In the country near hU home From another Correspondent M users Charles Redd Harry Col Her and W 11 Hansford Mrs W 6 Perkins and children Dr and Mrs W J Ilnlston Mr and Mrs George 11 Lyno have ben In Louisville this week during the nieotlng of the Masonic Grand Lodge Mrs Iyne will extend her visit to Ilnwcsxltlo to visit her mother Musses Clara Collier anti Uoodlu Rodd are visiting In Winch stcr Mine Laura Gilbert of Manchester Is visiting Miss Fannie Redd tIn Charles Singleton and beant iful little daughter of Hundorsonvlllo N C have returned after visiting tier brother Air Word Moore and other relatives Mr Holdam Stuart accompanied with Mrs Holnmn Stuart and hand some little son have returned to 11 Ctmtro California after spending the summer with their many rolatitos and friends Mrs II S White and family have left Crab Orclrdto make their homo c1 T aces rCons 1eIah ibenap- ropiRouahut jI A Mrs Claudia Holman and daughter Miss Mamie are visiting relatives in Wllllamiburg and Jclllco f Miss Ale Perkins of Somcrft Is a guest of Mr and Mrs Maurice f Perkins Air and Mrs Meals J Harris of tXHilsvllle have returned niter visit lag their slater Mrs Hannah 1 Stegtfr and brother Mr George U Harris arid familyMrs George W Miller of 101 Ranch Oklan Is visiting her sister Mrs liaf ah Brooks Mn Curtis Gover In company wltU Mrs Caries Keeton ot Wllllamsburg attended the Knoxvllle Exposition Little Jennie Gllltereon was taken to I ulsTllle by Dr W J Edmlston and ML G U Line and was given In charge of the Baptist Orphans Home one of the best Institutions of the kind InJI Jjate Horn to the wile of llr George Con dor a swept little babyjglrl Mrs RO lhillM Mrs Agnes Herring Mrs Afcdarley Mrs Uutlege and little Helen Campbell are among the recent sick Mrs Rutlege Is criticallyI- II The many friends of Mr J U Wil Its will be glad to know that he has Improved sufficiently to be out drlv Mr Robert Thompson and family ore preparing to ie Ye Crab Orchard to take possession of their handsome Term near Lancaster once known iw the John GUI form We are sorry to have them leave our town but they Ire not po far away but what their friends hope to have frequent vlslta from them Mir Thompson 6n account of his tccent Illness is anticipating a vIsit to lUndersonvllie N C In the course or ekA M FslTnettie Paxton of Stanford was n vUltor to Mr Mack Huftinffh who Is a patient at the Crab Orchard Sana torium Air and Mrs J L Anderson of Covlnglon are visiting her mother Mrs P C King at King Hotel Mr Steve Elites ot Madison coun ty bas been mingling wlthihla many friends at this place Mrs Belle Cashdollar and daughter Miss Georgia have returned to their home in Texacana Ark after spending the summer with her mother Alfs Malvina SItlI r- Ing r Mrs Malvina Slgler leaves today tQ spend the winter with her son Mn Wm Slgler of Florida 1 TO THE PUBLIC cve are pfeaa aloUko this method ot recommencing Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Stanford Ky to the insuring public for Ms very prompt attention and liberal settle of loss of our entire stock of merchan dise while at Tumersvllle Ky Dat ed 10161910 Signed Lutes Uro UTILE LAD FROMCRAB ORCHARD A PATHETIC CASE WHEN HE WENT TO ORPHANS HOME AT LOUISVILLE CourierJournal Are you Jlramle Gllkeruon r said Patrolman Tom OHrlen the big gooU nntured guardian of the law at the Tenth street station to a 6 year old nnd Nnshvllle train shortly after a and Naahilllo train short yafter U oclock last night and teemed bewil tiered by tho maze of tracks and the shouts of cobble and the hurry hurry of the crowds sir Air Policeman Im Jiuirulo Gllkerson nnd I am eonIdd you camo for nio cause I dont know which way to go They said when IJelt Crab Orchard I was going to the Orphans Home where I would find a whole lot of nice little boys to play ball with Where Is this home ell you just come along with me sonny and Ill fix you up replied the bluecont Soon the little fellow Was taking his first automobile ride on the way to the office of AlnJ Patrick Ridge Night Chief of Police whore the arrangements were to be made for his tmnster to the matron of IxMilsvlllo Baptist Orphans Home 1HXO South First Street in the ma chine with Patrolman tOllrlon anti his youthlul charge wero Patrolmen Otto and Joyce and wry tliortly tUn lad woe telling thorn qll about the rho front Crab Orchard to Louisville his first experience on a railroad train The looming of Jlminle Glllcureon was announced to Mag fudge early lost nlgtt In a telegram from Crab Orchard so he had Iii robnan Ollrlen to be on the lookout ror him Vtmn the little fellow stepped from the train he WAS dressed In a brown Rue flan suit with a little tun cap and brown sandal He carrledrn sat beli- tl D andFatl fltIe bgndt f n th wtrt tblucIQth St Ho also had Sj heavy beaver coat lined with red saline but the weather was not void tnough for Its use When the boy was broughMntoSfca Night Chiefs olflco Jimmie drew up close to Dint Ridge and said They told me not to pay any attention to anybody but pman with brass buttons on You got moro than any pf these others so I am going to stay by you Nor could Charles R Martin secre tary ot the school board who tappen ed to be In the office At the time Induce him to so out and buy dome bananas until Maj Judge said thati would be all right for him to go When Mr Martin had purchased the bananas the child reached Into his pocket and drew out a quarter which he oflered In payment for the fruit Rut this was refused and ho was told that he must save Lila money until begot out to the home Tucked securely on the Inside pf Jtmmlfs pocket WM a wallet contain log several papers that told his little story James Nelson Lesley was born at Crab Orchard six years ago but his parents died shortly after bis birth There was no one to take charge of tbe IItUe orphan but his mothers uncle J D Gllkerson who was then 05 years ot age put the aged man adopted the lad and reared him aa his own Age caused the old man td relinquish his charge and the Baptist church secured his admission to tab Louisville Baptist Orphanage and armed with a physicians certliicate of his good health he gamely set out for Louisville The most pathetic feature of the whole casuwns a letter from his adopted father to Miss Mary E Aber cromble superintendent ofthe house It read Aly dear Madam Now that my darling Jlmmlo Is to enteryour home 1 reel nttr to you also You are to have tbe raising of him because lam no longer able to give him all that I should Ho Is a homeless child and soon I am to pass away and tease- him friendless But I know that he is to be welt taken care of and I nun happy Yoii will rind that h4 lg a peculiar child very affectionate and overly anxious to please those about him For the first few days keep him close to yokl and plotter Hm so that be will forget his now aUrrouddln a and get use to his neW home Moping that God will bless you and that my Jimmie will grow up to be a good and brave man I am Yours truly J B Gllkerson P SIn case Jlramle gets sick let me know David Bennett Hill former governor of New York and prominent In national democratic politics died las week and was burled 1p day LOCAL BOYS WIN- GRUELLING GAME SOMERSET FOOTBALL TEAM I AGAIN DEFEATED THIS TIME BY 5 TO 0 I After lighting desperately for three funrtora nnd just holding their own j dgalnnt the sturdy football warriors passfrontrun by the speedy end for Ci yards to a touchdown the Stanford high school team Saturday defeated the Somerifiet eleven 5 to 0 on the grounds re The game was anybodys from the start until It was over for the visi tots had Improved greatly over the form shown at Somerset a couple of Veekne ago when Btnnlord defeated them 3 to 0 They used the for wardpasB with good effect but could do little algalnst tie sturdy Stanford pries Splendid tackles by Penny ton T Coleman AlcCarty and the ixiivorful riiHhps of H Coleman Embry and the back field were features of the game The Som erset boys played n good game and their weight had the ball In the Stan I ord territory much of the time but tho speed and sameness of the Lin coln lads daunted the visitors when ever they began to look dangerous This was tho third straight defeat administered to Somerset by tbe local eleven The team Iron the school for the Deaf from Danville comes here text Saturday when the game promises to be more bitterly fought than that ot last week L To Fight White Plague ORGANIZATION EFFECTED HERE SUNDAY NIGHT f Arthe steps ro7campaign against the spread of tuberculosis were taken at a union meeting of the churchs of Stanford held nt the Christian church evening RevJ B Jones pt the Hap lit church conducted n devotional service filter which Ur J U Carpenter delivered his AnUTuberculosfs ad dress which was listened to with I great Interest by all Officers of the local AntlTubercu beels were et lel asJ0 I JOwef IDAReOI3ansoa dent Clarence ate andi CoMo Clary vice presidents J W Ireland secretary and treasurer Fresh oysters every week at Newj lands Splendid Program FACULTYARRANGED RE CITAL AT SCHOOL FRIDAY most I One ot the attractive events of the kind ever held In Stanford will he the fatuity recital at the Stanford High and Graded school Friday afternoon The program will begin ut two oclock and everyone Is Invited The program will te as follows I Ilaoo a Reverie Arensky b Valse Chopin Alias Ballou 1 Vocal Sunset Dudley Buck Miss Fettro 3 Heading The Set ot Turquoise Aldrlch Miss Jackson t Vlnlln Sextet Lucia Donl zetUMlas Penn- yPlanoIthapsodle5 L1sUssBallou 6 Vocal The Naughty Tulip Mary Turner Salter Miss Fettro 7 A Trying Situation Mark Twain Muss Jackson- S Violin Ninth Concerto DeB roU allegro maestoso adagiorondo Miss Penny Wanted to borrow 5000 on good ecurtty Apply nt this office 6X5 Here is a Remedy Tha- Will Cure Eczema WE PROVE IT Whi waste time and money expert mentlng with greasy salves and lo Ions trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when Pen nys Drug Store guarantees ZKA1O a clean liquid preparation for external I use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble One appli cation will relieve the Itching and often times one bottle Is sufficient to cure a minor case ot eczrnu ZKMO is sold by druggists everywhere and In Stanford by G L Pen ny and they will tell you of the marvel OilS cures made by this clean simple treatment 2EAIO and ZBMO soap are recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for Eczema pimple dandruff and all oter fonrms Q skin or scarp effections whether on lafant or grown person Will you try ZEMrt arid 7KMP soap on our recom mendation and guarantee of satlsfac tlpn or y ur money back Pennys DrugStore McKINNEY SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Second month FlUb grade Margery Cocklnga Fourth grade Tnbltha Martin and Edward Tanner Third month Eighth grade Bes tile JarboeI I Under 200 Bond CHARLES UMBER WAS RELEASED FROM JAIL HERE Charles Umber ono off the white men charged with shooting and serf oust wounding John Jones an toot tensive negrd near Traylors Jane FrJdayband placed In Jail here as the offense took place in this county The charge ngalnst him Is shooting and wounding with intent to kill On Monday morning James I Ham ilton of Lancaster went ball for ber County Judge J P nBlley Oxin It At 1200 and Umber was released from custody Alvin Thomas who Is alleged to have been Implicated with Umber In the affair has not yet been captured I Good Tobacco Prices REALIZED AT FIRST SALES AT DANVILLE WAREHOUSES The first sales of the 1U10 crop ot tobacco at the Danville warehouses Saturday afternoon the average price received was 14 cents per pound nnd the American Tobacco C was the leading buyer althoughnuun erous Independent buyers Were In ti market thjb bidding was spirited The highest price received was 18 cents a pound and the lowest was 4 All of the tobacco trnt was offere- was of a much Inferior grade to the overage crops grown last year Five thousand pounds worn Bold at the Danville loose leaf house and ubout the sane amount at the Veqplaf liOiiSA No sales were bald at the lioyle county house The tobacco growers are of the opinion that stint lar high prices will continue through out the season Dr Steele Bailey TO MOVE BACK TO LINCOLN AND BUY FARM HERE News has been received here that Dr Steele Bailey Sr who left Lin coin county several yars ago to en gage In the practice of his profession makgfhlsbnmeBailey proposes to buybieflicofarm- near town upon which he will settle down with his Family Dr Halley has been practicing at Tlntlc Utah for Several years and is said to have built up a lucrative practice there hut la anxldus to return to Kentucky Ills lion Dr Steele Bailey Jr is at Robinson Utah where Is said to be enjoying one of the largest and most remunerative practices in that wes tern state BRIDGEWATER FLOYD Mr Thomas C Floyd or Stanford and Miss Mary H Bridgewater of Cane Valley this county were mart rued In the parlors of tho Columbia Hotel last Tuesday night the 11th Rev It L Talley officiating The bride Is highly respected a daughter of Air P H Bridgewater We under stand that the groom is a very deserving genUeman The couple will Vestdt laLincoln county Adair Coun ty News Public Sale Having sold my farm to move to Somerset I wilt sell publicly on the Preachersvllle pike 2 1C tulles CrollIStanford on Saturday November 5th Commencing at ten oclock tile fol lowing property 5 bead of horses oftfuming tools 1 two horse wagon 1 one borse wagon buggy and bar ness lot of chickens good cook stove household and kitchen furniture and many other things too numerous to mentionTINSLEY SPOONAMORE Col J P Chandler Auct GETS 3000 DAMAGES A jury In the circuit at Lebanon Saturday awarded Oscar Iliouncr of Boyle county n Judgment for = o0l 0 in his suit against Dr R C McChord for alleged malprachtlce Hamnir sued for 10000 Hanmer alleged that in performing tf operiUon on his leg a few years ago Ur McChord limb and that as a result be was per limb and taht aa a result he was permanently crlppled- CSamberlalne Cough Remedy has becqrne famous or Its cures of coughs croup1 anS I influenza Try It when In need It contains no harmful Substance and always gives prompt r lief Sold by Pennys Drugstore The Young Peoples Society of the Crab Orchard Christian church will have a holloween social Monday night at Mrs Curtis Govern residence Ad mission 10 cents Call and Inspect my line of nilllln her parent Mr and Mrs J N Mene lar S J Tdtenr Crab Orchard Remember tire sale of William Monks near Crab Orchard on Nov 6th COMMITTEMEN IN- EVERY PRECINCT TOGETON NOV 8th PenIIY Jlutolntount avoterspolls on elcctlon day which Is onlytwo weeks awry to keep u doinot ratio liigUthyaheavyerJorttoplectof latter do their duty It will enoughvotesThe democrats iha en for the tampaign committee are nuoni tho coat oUd members of 9e Ciiipaiga Coinmltiee ns nppoinil by Ciu imn Ittuuy are Stanford ISHenyLllburn Gooch Klngrvllle Dr C M Heye McKlnICrabdCurtis Cover Highland Weather nice enough for anybody Farmers are very busy Bowing wlfeat Air J S Young Is putting up a nice cottage on his farm near the E U Voung place urJ J Bideltnan the Science Hill hotOrllliMi14hnjlDg plctcna- ni vchoolgrnuiri and othQr worc Air O 1 Speak bis inovgjLhh saw mill to the Casper A TtH trt plavincqf- lPatnilt 7R dgC tThiMfrs Davis s hold goods Saturday She expects to leave In a few nUrotlfnclLnna John Waterjjund Tamlly left a few days since fbrLo ftMlrto try the city again w y 4 Genie Hutchison and family with Hollie WarfieW left for Phoenix Avh to try their fortune in tine tar West Craig BaugV anason Ollie and Wl8b Cook expect to Iaava Saturday for Detroit where they have etlpioy ment In the machine shops Rev J JI Cook Is putting fp an ad dition to his bouse Rev Wilson the pastor appointed by the conference for the Highland Methodist church having tailed to come the District Superintendent has placed Rev Major Smltbof icings Mountain in charge of the circuit He preached at our place Sunday worn lug and evening Air 1 S Reynolds D S of Waynes burg Is here today collecting taxes Horn to the wife ot James Hollar a girl on the 18 Air Mike Floyd has been in assert OUS condition Car some time with a Olo aseu lone In bin race Little Ituth Baugh has been quite sick for several days Misses Urave Young of Stanford high school and Annie Butte of the Richmond Normal were at home Saturday and Sunday with Uielrparentll AIlss Maude Crousehorn ot Goshen was the guest of Misses Fannie and Kffie Young Saturday and Sunday Sam noel Will Cook of Somerset are the guest ot the cousin Guy Cook Mr and Airs Henry Catron ot Crab Orchard spent a day or so with their brother 1n law J S Young and wife Craig Elder of Illinois made a fly ing trip to Kentucky and spent a day and night herewith sister Mrs NLI IWrlghL Mrs Mattie Watts of H rriman Tenn Is with her mother Mrs Vim o Cash visited Mrs Jordan Floyd Atra J JI Long or SUinlordand daughter were visiting relatives here last Saturday and Sunday- I S Wartleldand wife visited his brother L P Warfleld near Humph revThe pleasant purgative fffpc exper fenced Ity all who use Chamberlains Stomach Bud Liver Tablet8X ana the healthy condition of the body an d mind which they create makes one feet Joyful Sold by pennya DrugStore fe 1If r s w a A ct+ yMWw6 cM n + aAtt TUESDAY OCTOBER 25U 1IUO 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALI The Second Stock of ladies Suits Dressesandl Coats Recently Purchased in New York Are Now On Sale Now is the Time To Do Your Buying o 1 1 aGooo 1fr r 1 G 1 i Go roooooooo G0 ooi On our second trip to New York we made a point to secure good lines of ladies suits made of the New Rough Effects in Black Navy Scotch Mannish Mixtures and Browns As the season ad vances we find a decided tendency tQW3rdallrQugh faced goods for tail ted its and as gel11nd for brown shades No wli0ie eJseinCentalKeYitucky will you find such an Assortment Ofhfeh4iilQrea suitsc ff 11 tWel I ebestf ssibie snits at15 but your big sale is qp t veyfStf rate of vutUYP iP d suits 4 om t 25 to- bijisi1 than JJ i 1i nywhcre pdIn any com Ipitty TI yare Fjghrimrdeand mdtrJunior suitsfbr Children from tto too 15 years are rah aysshard toget tight ntit wehawetwalies that ateright One ismade of fine Cheviots at X12and one of new rough material at 15 These are the best values we ever saw In Junior Suits Raincoats are back again as strong as ever You cant get 0 along without one We have a big lineto select from at85010 1350 and on up to 30 About 200 new coats in all the stylish mixtures and solid colors and black These are at every from 850 to 90140 Our assortment of plain black coats is unusually attractive We have instocx more thn150 new one piece dresses rang tI 4ng itfprioa from Y10 tQ75 Dresses for any occasion made of Satins Eolians Velvets Ser es Silks Cinffpns etc These fepre sentthe very latest ideal QfNew York lglersr1 IN fJine furs in great variety Solid black furs are the correct thing for hissascin We ire showing an immense variety of Pillow Muffs Barrell Muffs and Rug Muffs with collars to match in Genuine i Black Lynx Black Wolf Black Coney Black Persian etc at every price from 5 to 100 Also some special values in real Mink Muffs and neck pieces Remember that we are sole agents for the celebrated Munsing underwear the finest in the world and no higher than the ordijt nary kinds Ladies Munsing Union Suits at 1 to 3 Mens Mun sing union suits 1 to 51 Childrens Munsing union suits at 50c to 150 IT When in our store it will pay you to look at our lines ofhouse hold Linens blankets Ladies furnishings Redfern Warner Gos sard Corsets Peerless Hosiery etc You will always findsomee j f t 4 thing new and good r u1Rf A ib v 11 o+ =fr r r7fil7Sr71rd71rTrrw1 I30e 1 151r1r 1 Ft a OOG A B Robertson Bro DanvilleIen cky iJ TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL HELTON SAUFLEyPubUhu POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS y JUdgeiauthorized to announce Charles AHardlnas a j candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial illstrlst at the JeeUoD to be held November 1911 eubject to the action of the pemov The handsome monument to the memory ft Gen Felix JSplllrotter n brave Confederate officerwho fell at the battle of Fishing Creek whIch was fought In 1862 at Mill Springs k about 8 miles from Somerset was unveiled with appropriate ceremonies on Saturday r L Seven deaths from cholera were re ported in the past twentyfour hourp F aruong the patients In a hospital for 1theinsane near Naples i Mrs J t2 Johnson of PiUsburg Pas arrived Monday for a visIt to sr parents Mr and Mrs Geo1a Bright M LurtUi Hiattof Rockcastle oonllt1 Is thegueat of Mr and Mrs i J C RcC1ai7asd other reltUrw c- i J E Parksville J L Preston bought of W L Price ten calves at J700 each Sir F 1 Jones left for a business trip to Berea and points In JncksonIHon John W Hnwllngs of Danville Is the guest of Mrs J E Caldwell Mrs Henry Gartln of Bradfprds vllle Is a guest of Mrs J J Cozatt Mr Louis Walker attended tho Last Wan Walker wadding at Loulsrllle on the 12th Jnst lfrTholWlBDnrhnm of Lebanon who visited Airs Annie Parks last week bas returned home I J D Staytan of Riley worked in the telegraph otiice at Cozatts during the absence of Mr Walter Bower A locust tree on the farm of Mr F M Bowder has begun to perspire again About this timelast year this tree became BO warm standing In tb hot sun all day as it did that it sweat a great deal On Wednesday Mr O II Hocker a farmer pear town caught a chicken hawk which measured M inches from tip to Up The hawk had long been a menace to the chickens in tbls vlclnt ly and yougg piiUelB eke afraid to lease the yard unaccompanied and roosters dived in the sun with a gun near at band and side arms strapped to their chests Much relief Is shown ambung prominent fowls and hedi Of families nt the demise of this ma rduderIIt is hitJwe of mishap or ac cident that Chamberlains Liniment can be relied to take the place pf the family doctor who cannot al a uys be moment Then I it s that Chamberlains Liniment I IJ hover found anUng In taeeso of cuts wounds and bruises- ghamberlalnsL1nlment takes out the borehess and llrTves away the pale Sold by G L Penny Kiigs Moitain J Mr Troy Cunawayls having a build log put up near the graded school Born to the wife ofGeorge Galnes a fine girl- Milford Vaught is at home for a few days with his wife and children suf fernp with a smashed band Claude Hester was in Stanford one day last week on business Lumber Floyd anatamily ot thisv f are fixing to move to Indlnapo Ills f a Mss Eliza Walls and daughter Let Ho went to Cincinnati Sunday to visit frends John Dardlson of Harriman Tennvisited friends here last week BLOOD POISON Cured J the Marvel of the Century 8 1i BTested for 30 Year rives out blood poison In any a e permanently without deadly mercury with pure botanical Ingre dients To prove it we will send you a- SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE J you ulcers eating sores itching humors swellings mucus patches bono pains bffenslve pimples or eruptions take B B B Botanic Blood Balm All symptoms heal quickly Blood Is made pure and rich completely changing the entire body into a clean healthy condition heal lug every sore and stopping all aches paIns and itching curing Ute worst case of blood poison Druggists or by express U PKI LARGE BOTTLE wIth directions for home cure SAM PEE SENT FREE bV Writing Brood Balm Co Atlanta Qa Describe your troubles and free medical advise given gold by8HUGAR8TANNER YOUR FEET Thhasti11et with genuine old j calfsNn orily85 I j cn-l J mhe1M eI I Most of you know them by this timesoftycomfortable and just a good deal the work shoe tor 35Xmade today For dry feet and long wearing shoes come to iis 4 d Witch havei price t JHL J McRoJ4stBEB JtIG L R H r E R IImKindergarten SCHOOL r11 PLIES needed Stationery Pencils Pens tmmmonem PENNYS DRUG STORE fB Kcatueky i MStanrordmBB9JLBeazleyCo J u I ue Undertakers and EwWlv WI Alw Dealer in Fur alturt MatUuUugu will exchange Furniture tot all Kud Stock Givrf Tkm aCtJI Pncea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY J Harry JacobsDexter in atid Manotoctuier of Marble and Mon ments Marker and POM Ccm terr sad Law Vases and Hottcet Office sad work Me Kinney Ky CUT FLOWERS FOil SALE I I can furnish the public the beltalwell ai tbe mbeit ot cut floweri plants of 11 kinds bUlb UJdlI wereOB wreatheforIn connection with tbe UndiotT etableea hand at reMoeabI price OIIRIBTMAw GREEN HOUSEB ED UVssARD fAo- 9astaoorajK t Must be better caved for than any part of the body You must have Warm Dry Feet for Com fort and he 1th We have every right to feel that our every lay or Work Shoes are the Very Best The Elk As dry as a Powder Horn The best shoe made at 750 875 and 10 according to height the top We have a shoe with ls inch top which we have atfor 10 years During that tot one half a dozen pairs gone wrong or wet the feet YY s9Jeliucd e and the is J S QI best Penny Coffey Colemaa For the for the High School for all grades We have the SUP E J11 F They of Granite with thort W A TRIBBLE Furniture and UndertAkingI Day Phone 28 iNightPhone 133 Stanford KntuyI CONCRETING r + coskreelakand fv fact w can make any tram a i ko M down to a tone port oaaer+o T f TOW proaaptl nc1IraB t tBrrtoUi prtcuJleforePHILLIPS BR05stanfora1Xy When tIiuI11yOO- TO Oariooi Jl3taur nt iJkkeaiter Skeet Htanlord X Meals served Kt all hoar up to lltW M qcickvOeoktns to suit pur elo1ltOlll ersoeri mitT Hplendld new line ol fancy f Grqccrle Hot r pleroftermtkayd Wi1A CARftON i 9 Arp1I p t fcSL TUESDAY OCTOBER 2Uk 1910 vTEiE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALPfiGRyI 10t 0 t l i 4sW fop v iViI j r1 1J tJI Black Zatoca UnlbnlluiUr all sizes 1 6o J1 LADIES Black Ribbed Union t Suits inc LADIES Peeler Union Suits We A lii i CHILDRENS Ribbed Union Suits 2Gcand 50c MENS Union ants 06C I SEMERAiNCJE SONStanford Kentucky C 1 IH i 0 1 f itjpeclal fountain pens lor ftchooluf t DrugbH i NA4wIii 1 r aiV Mrr AoyiRda Barrie ha bnfylsit Ins In Louisville for several days Miss Sank antf JMe Jlackley left Thursday for Aft Angulet California where they wilt winter eItWtdnt1IJL A MIPS Allle ricMftfitx of Crab Orca nrd hAs been the attracthe guest t of Mrs John Btnga urn 4ottomey C C Williams was hero Friday on legal buslirt s y Mrs J Randolph Harris and little i i daughter Josephine went up to loOn I don Friday to spend ome tlmo with I her parents Rev and Ira W C irlnstead rand Mrs W R Williams of HuXnnvllle have gone Jor n several weeks visit In the south totl U Murphy of Kings MonnUOn took 4 degree In lythtanim at the I meeting of tho Diadem lodge hero i lost Thursday night lie was accom imnkjl here by Dr 3W Acton who tame over to see the work well dono s4 Mrs J D Carpenter who has been t nt Latin S C for some line orders licr paper changed to Harrodsburg Mrs II L Cocbran of Kansas Cityv te here to see her brother Mr Mark Hoffman who still continues III Ue baa returned from Cmb Orchard SaM torltnn mutt improved Jjqwuver i E M T I t wtIF Mr ani airf n M Nfewhtnd F spent HUUd i datives in MrErae6t Wood ajiaStB Hnllle JtoystoeittIJntDt tJl the 11J st eflh Ml sejurtoiHlast week en roaMwe t eI l1 s WoodAT 1 P fit Lick usa Ute iktlot 1irbAd Ufl WOOds IICI Mi Ptlnnlo Woods Mst week W d ntt or t trtawve there on a p1carahtnV t IcV IflglfoqUwrs last Uoek V K tJI Untn bf ikbanonf eyteht Saturday ber 1111111 31ar llruoo a- ired ethetffft pia Mrs ott reisllpendlnr a ow wltbB In Jttn njttMlaa Is the attractive tuest bf the Mlsyrc Tnrklnc ton on Ljpanon rbad fee sengervtr J A Bryant formerly of IVhtcoln In building an elegant hbmo on College Street In Somerset J Tho Kentucky State Jovrnnl ol Frankfort says The date for the wedding of Miss Klltabcth Allen of iUllcrslrars and Mr JOIIO1 Alvorion of this city has been sot for December the third at threethirty oclock at the home of the bride The maid of honor will be Miss Uertrndo Sleadd of Sheibyvlllo and the grooms best Ulan will be Judge J M Lansing The other attend ants will tx Miss Sallie Taylor Woods ot Stanford and Miss KlrkpMrlck of T lt Sterling Judge fowling of law renccUurs and Mr Henry Lawyer e of endljnfternoon at 2 oclock with Mrs Hugh fold FM D Ends aUcndt a the Paces a- houlavllia t las wgel Mr and Mrs L k Hughes spent sunday with r tatlVcs at MtVefnoni W P l lacaYdeis m Lexington on bU8lne6i 8atdrday it S Ifocker rpent Halurcajr IB Louuvvllle1 d J bflteI dlos Aid stcltey of ibex- Christian church will meet wjth Mrs l James aregeer Saturday afternoon H 3ncleckProf P W Dreww of the Sourer set high school Mr clarence Hmltb aadk Misses OfeBeYiBVo Brouse VVInnlfc Calm Annie Vf Clipptnger and Tner 1Ie Klnno accompanied the Somerset High School foot ball team here Sat urday Mr G D McCoJIum the popular Jimctlon City hotel man has returned from u delightful sojourn at Chat tnpooa Walk1 atisvnt be visited LooRout Mountain Chickamauga Park Missionary ttldgo IUd numerous oth er points of historic Interest Mr James Mcncfee and brother Mr George Q Monefec both of whom are employed by the Sherrln shortly for Chicago where they will Williams Pant Company will leave atttcnd the big International con en tion of SW traveling salcsm ntoetold In the Audltoriuiri next Week Mr George Jlenifoft who la atpret1 Ont vlsltlnlt Mr and Mrs James Men efee travels In the State of Alabama 110 was formerly connected with his brother Mr Sam W Menerep In the tHvlihomr buaine s hi this cltyDan x1Uc Adrocatq T rvtt Co I yricht Hart Sctuffner Marx I I oU can s d ore money for yoMr dtphes than we area tcg for these and get tagod r deal less valuejar YQutQle M t a than these rcJottiiHart Marx Suits Wand They express the highest art in cil6iheSrmakingrgxclusLYe in design the choicest of fabrics both foreign anndons fic hint tailored t Suits 750 to 35 Overcoat 15 to 3Q e- rnCuirnuns1 jttt J lIJ I WeaEenI r J STANFORD f1t1TUCXif THILRTOfE IS THEhH9E OF HATCifi NEHItMARX CLOTHE l t r1 is t 41 I jy I J p R y I PUT TWO AND TWO TO GETHER And figure out ofive could afford to promise you your moneys worth and then not give it We ire confident the values we offer ill underwear can not be surpass ed any where and few stores will equal them It is your continued jiatrdnage we are alter hot a sin GJii purcnase r P L I j slits C a dl I tuns has ignirnet from a dcll btl 1 vt5j tto Tei tjves In Jamestown find ar polhts Ji a llocker spent krldayfu Louis vlUe rip and hire1 H Baugmkn are a- hbnretbavidgJuattrotut Mtrllam At data Whete theyatibtttori8k8 ar rangementa too dittJ Wiitter ttt t Dr and MrsT W Pe inl gon haV- LreturoodjfroraUieJrbrWal Uln an arahelsekeepfdg tit tho Bfrooms how on Reat faIn r r 1 Mrs J B JoDfe the wife 6f tM ties pastor of the HapUstehurCh haJJ Joined her husband hew 31 Mr J eo Hayden of txiulRvllle BP It 3elaatlveLThe wedding of Mr Steve K Vaugh placlinand Mrs S M Blllltcr on Heptembot 11 They decided to keep it a secret until last week Mr Vaught Is nt present editor pf the Richmond Cll max The bride Is a daughter of John SleaBlnger prominent merchant of1 SomersetManuel Turpln of Shandon Ohio IK with Ills brother Mr J S furpln hexion of the Buffalo cemetery He Intends to again locate In Lincoln Mlssog Madge and Sarah Hackloy left Thursday for Los Angeles Calllor nla where they wilt spend the winter SHORT LOCAL NEWS LAST CALLWEDNESDAY WILL BE THE LAST DAY OF THE W W WHITE BANKRUPT SALE 1000 I DOLLARS WORTH OF STRICTLY FIRST CLASS CLOTHING SHOES tATS NOTIONS ETC TO srnecTt FROM LESS THAN tfjLYO ACTUAL VALUE f J ToqldlJthen PoD Carter toUector j r For Sale Fire roamcottageRaid all necessary outbuildings ereli fenced Apply to Dud Holderman T For Pale =BrlciTnbu8e and twq acres of laud on Somerset street nlCg cottage on East Main street house and 2V acres on East Main and a house and five acres of land dn Dan vlllo avenue Apply to Harvey Helm For sale privately my home on East Main StrectK Mrs L B Cook Stanford Kentucky There will be n congregational meet Ing at the yresbytorlan church Wed nesday evening at 710 A full attendance Is desired 1 Sam Oentrj paid 10 for a drove of young wild ducks irora Mr Kdmlston nt Crab Orchard Dr Edmlstou sco cured n pair of the wild Mallard down In Mississippi while on a hunting trip and removing tho flight bone from their wings was able to keep them in captivity and raise a large flock of young ones Mr Gentry will breed thorn at his place on Hustonvlile pike The Missionary Societyof th Baptist church will meet with Mrs B L Helnnart on Thursday afternoon at 330 oclock The true constlpatloilwcure T I must begin its soothing healing action ttbonit enters ibe mouth liolllsters Rocky Mountain Tea restores the wholo system to a healthy normal con dition 35 cents Tea or TabeU Sold by Shugnrs Tanner Hyomei bns cured more cases of catarrh than all the catarrh special ists on earth Just breathe It very pleasant G L Penny guarantees ft Complete outfit H extra bottle 50c NOTICE In tht future Mr E L Heinhart will collect all water and light bills It 19 Important that you pay hIm prompt ly as service will be discontinued aiv ter he makes Ute second effort to collect Water Light let Co The tax books ofCrab Orchard grad ed school are sew reafly and taxeajjf are due Tho penalty will go on ov 1 The booKo will always be at theji of the Crab Orchard Banking Company Mies Ophelia Lackey Treasurer G08- Atl ff 1110 havo puprs for the resby ttrlan society will noUty us at once as we deSir lft eWt jn a row days MMrsf3II1ztcmVre The cr oiTJPOn Traylor dei ceased hill please their tlalpisU properly J B Paxton Immediately Ms Clara I Trayiow Admx if Hon Chenault Hubly has returned from a most pleasant trip 19 Texas He Is greatly pleased with the country and has some Investments there wlta which he Is greatly pleased Danville I Messenger I i In bits examining Uial at Paris Fri day Fiji Bryant the local negro who shot and killed John Doty4 r Uarrard oh on excursion thin last Stmday weeknit held to await Jtifl action of the grand Jury without bond Attori fey J S Owsley of tills city went oVer to assist In the d sfen epf 1J1- 1allt a1i t M t 1 A LADIES Finellacfc Vests and Pants SS the garment LADIES Peeler Vest and Pants 25C garment CHILDRENS Vests and Pants I5c to JOc per BOYS Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers 25cv 7 MENS Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers tlSc per garment l It- i 411b r tlth n g4F e f a etcI 1 C I t I We are hQwilg allthenewt to things i W W W W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY SaJ I 1 o I1 r 11 f 1 One good seeond t hand tti SUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLo AtA Bargain- r II jh i m 1 DJf lGG1Nr y Stanford Kentucky S w wH Q H cto = r i IL R Hughes T W Humble p ji 1 t L + We lave a saw mill for ealei with t0 borse power ballet 30 hp engine a new saw mill for sale cash bal ancdi In two four and six months vlth Boo Botea Kings MOUJ U B KlngV ky Iofb rc hS 1 M I n 4 tI Y r w t NEWLINE OF c If you want to be sure of your fix ure under all wear a WarsI nera Rusf Proof Corse lThey are first with every new style We them in all sizes and prices We also Icarry the American Beauty which iea V comfortable and desirable corset hIUi1 and ace them before buying If 1 nUGHES MARTIN COIDry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD lENT CKYJ Notice PtaalBsJtftll Mountain CORSETS conditions hwI There to more CkttnN It +eetldnvt Iiuevetalrtho- raraaTo1tbir t StMiM put t6er1Irrcndnsaens tnKttbdlocai tGEo euro With few tetatment pyeoJ reato8 ktic bu prorni CMHrti t Ws Io i dtr nw uid ttertlot rxiuif eMunm tleaal mUCalMrb OIftoII Ind =l A ttas v- a OL Toledo sue to MM MT lie muktt It lallrlltll MMs1er bee trasedr- opm to a teufntuI U rele dkeair oeeraseet- am micc Iwlen Gr tb attlsaa IIfMO lei riuIarI UI4toAdd 7 Qq eAt aiAO16sduari j lUu A 1 jMYM riyat p r J I 0 =w n n Tr 1 7V n 1jf1ra++a ar is7 foIor +11yr Y 4 +q+ MzsrscAwfv vim iar i r I4c n w e j t fOB FOUR THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR1 JOURNAL r TUESDAY OCTOBER 23th 1910 STIRRING TIMES se are having In the bulldlug line I Tijffe4XTy a tull line of lime plaster Sflfc1nt and everything else needed t v 1C Building Everything purchased r rye will be found of the best quail lyaad the best for intended purposes ewHI save you trouble and uanecea l x Avrexpense by sending to ua for I t traste d p aal IJ I AtiltN tinfardKy l CIA tii 1HARNESS ON A HORSE I rlbosrld be made so as to give him per 1 elect ctmfort We carry everything t uirri n harness and horse goods reliablelttm wagon or For a racing sullYtI21- J rlnJ hCkeBtfOYttylt ind J Ofc iftcCLARY Stanford Ky 1 11 EaqI Winter Syitings- t V4 jtfjtwiTall and7 lnter drunjjles are I cfitr oeaditar yogi inspection They A ccMrntrke the bet pa the market 1 canoltt any one as to price who has fbi lomneB1 na to order A stiff lt e A 11 til yYtriw tlb9m made to measure doesnt cost wheniXX Knpitr u Practical Tailor iJCe McClary ind 7tsikerj and Embamer If STANFORD KY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 WHCN THE FIRE ENGINE COMES Urn ao time to be regrewng your neg l ifafH v get ilxfiured The time to so- wJ ajjoUqy Is before not during or iJSitCi r a fire It Is before the fire with 3 row 1i tferyolfntn anybody eltm pan tell how much before on bpw YOXileitafoiie it Is Have us Issue you oIJ f olicy today and he protected In any Street JW S FISH PHONE 200 WJCANBUY ryoUr coal cheaper eight now than anytime in the year k 0JLet us fill your inns with our FOXI RIDGE COAL at134 bushel xo Iitt 1 4 NoSlack hone 11h j J H Baughman CoI NOTICE Not getting a sat isfactory price for niy property I Will continue business at the oldstand GtB pRurrT- MorelandKy Nurse Says I know what is good for and old peo ClaraDykJtra gharoVash I consider Cardul the best medicine for girls and women It makes them feel like new persons re lieves their pain and regulates womanly troubles Both my daughter and I received great IES1 =Take I CAROUt The Womans Tonic As a medicine for fe male trouble no medi cine you can get has the old established reputation that Cardui has Fifty 5Q years of suck cess prove that it has stood the greatest of all tests the test of TIME As a tonic for weak women Cardutlslhebesttc- aGs e e it is awonians tOhic tfSfitftf gentle saferrtV ilfcfbfc Try Cardui IREAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over again In lessened doctors bill But you must be sure that It Is real It Isnt the white basin and nickeled pipes that make sanitary plumbing It is the way taey are put together Have us do your plumbing We have the know how W K WARNER Phone 1M Stanford Ky Sale of HostoflviDe Property laving other property In Huston vllle I will on- Saturday Nov 5th 1910 sell the following described real estate One frame house with 18- roontaarranged so that two families can live In It two buck yards one extra nice vacant building lot one extra large twostory barn a good livery bani 2 large sheds 2 lasting wells oqe back lot This property Is well fenced and la good repair has all outbuilding neces sary and Is situated on Main and Col lege streets pne square from very fine graded school one square from the Christian church one square from Baptist church and two squares from Presbyterian church and tt In a splen did neighborhood I will also sell one Curtis Held glnssfront cdrriage ars good as new two good high wheel sulkies two phaetons ontftwohorge driving cart one Hancock disc plow and COD or 600 tales of No1 hay Sale begins promptly at two oclock Terms made known on day of sale For other particulars address by phone or otherwise D S CARPENTER Huitonvlll tfy HOG RAISERS It Are your InfosAWOrth 5 ceriti per- head Wp guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera RemedyI to keep hogs heUttiy and free fro- mWrkefor 5 eeat per lund por month It cures Cholera mils Worms Stimulates the Appetite Aids Digestion ahd causes hogs to fatten very rapidly This remedy is used and endorsed by leading Jiog raisers the country Come In and let us tell you about It Sold by New Stanford Otug Co CHICAGO MERCHANT MAKES STATEMENT IAw diag ntDe1l arInet2ltfeicfglir CHICAGO ILLBM JGBecker of 134 Van Buren St a goodsdealer i I have had catarrh tor more i than thirty years Have tried everything on earth and spent thousands of dollars for other medicines and with physicians lastlngelief I have found Peruna the only edy that has cured me manently perI mywlfeofIt In the house for an attack of cold which It invariably cures in ia very short i NOTICE In UniteStatesof Kentucky hi fUnk ruptcyIn W Vhlf a On thisFiat day x f October A U 1910 It ordered by tile court that D the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge flied on the da or Ootobcr A D into It ordered by the corut that r hearing be had upon the same on tbe li day of November A D lUll before rd con t CovlnRton In std es tract nt 10 oclock tn the forenoon or as near thereto tis practicable and that notice thereof bo published one time In the Interior Journal n news paper printed In said district and nil known creditors nnd other persons in Interest maj appear at Balc time And place and show cause if any theI have why the prayer of sold petit oner should be granted 5Vitness thq hopgpiblo t M J Cochran Judge ol laid o1rt and tai teal thereot at Richmond In said die trlcunn the 21st day of October A U VJ10 r Joe C Flnell Clerk WC Bennett D C S k dizzIness bilious neisSre the results of disordered stomAch G LI nny guarantee Mto na stomach tablet to cure you or money back Large box SOc Mm George P Maury rind little daugther Klennor are the guests of Ara nr nix lr8nd Mrs J N Mene MTMElOf RIDE DIED AfIIfWEDDING While standing at the widow watch ing the departure from the reception following the marriage of her daughter In Corblr Wednesday night Sirs Sue Martin dropped load MM MT tin and her daughter formerly lived In- Junction City but have beep making their home In Corbln tor the past tow months She was vears of age Miss Opal Lee Martin Vtis married to Mr William Bhefford of CorbIn The above unfortunate occurrancc threw a pall over the wedding festivities and Instead ot being on their bridal trip today they are on their way ta the Funeral of their dearest friend FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Agents- H F HILLENMEVER If SONS Lexington Kentucky FARM FOR SALE I 22 C acres 2 12 pales souticaitof lustonvllle known as the Bennett Floyd farm 6 rres In wheat stubble mlorier In grass well improved Bd 1 tin f ttV farm will sell at a- bann A v7 + rpenter Moreland Walter VVellman who once tried to each the poll In A balloon started cross the Atlantic In a derlglble but and to give It up when about 800 miles out at sea lie and his party were ticked up In a lifeboat they carried with them and brought back on a steamer Notice ot sale on Bankruptcy In the district court of the United tatea for the Eastern district of leatycky ia Ute matter or Clarence J Sipple Bankrupts 1 Uy virtue o fan order entered fty J N Stiunder referee m the above styled caII I aa trustee of same will on Saturday tee Cth day of Nov D 1910 botwaen thh nurs or lOociook A M and 2 M expose to public sale to the hikhest and best bidder for cash lr hind on the premises a certain tract ot land Ituated on tho waters of Green river In Lincoln county Kentucky near the lost pfflce nt Jumbo Ky formerly iwned by D C Stpplo nnd adjoining thl Denhara farm containing about G2 acres and also another tract of VJ acres adjoining the above described ract of land bought by C J Slpple ot Dr Alcorn also one halt Interest In the corn crop on about 35 acres of aid land being the property QrClnr uce J Slpple bauknipl above nam dThis a fine farm welt watered In jgh state of cullHntlon producing 8 to 12 barrpls of corn to acre lulldlngs fairly good Olyerivupder nty hand this the S2nd day of 910 n At DYCHB Trustee llbmseneasinnchild subject to roup Is a sure Indication of the ap roach of the disease If Chamber tins Cough Remedy Js glued at once or even after the croupy cough has ppeared It will prevent the Attack 1PJ0id by Pennys Drug Store vI i a jo THE FARMERS tt Let sue lasure your barns and to bacco Wi A T l For Si1leA welt Improved tars ot 20 acres near Mt sat m hour hold and kitchen furniture stock an- farming tools P H Woodson Mt SalehijKy 4922 A few thoroughbred Du roc Jersey bong pig April farrow Price rcasbnOblo T J Durham Crab Orchard Phone 13yI C98 For Rriht About 17 acres of good fall grass Mrs Martha V Kirby 651 ForISnte31i head of 900lb stee cattle Can be seen on J A Robin sons farm For prices call on or write C T Bohon Lebanon G54p Strayed or stolen from my pastur on Dlx river a small steer weighing 600 or 700 pounds Anyone glvlni Information aa to hi srecovery wl be rewarded Prank Cordlcr C62 Strayed or stolen 1100 red steer Reward for Information to K S Powell I Son Ilustonville For Sate25 good young owes and one buck most of theta pure bred Bhrbpslilres J FrantcSmlth Box 81 SidnfordKy A beautiful pony cart nnd harness for sale Henry Hanker Junctldn City Ky LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE IfO acres In line shape crop goi with Better come quick J M Hoy nolds Waynosburg Twh cattle were left at my pem lat court day owner can net thou bl paying for this notice and their keep A T Nunnolley Stanford CoiigtcRsmnn Harvey Helm Is send- Ing out to the people of the district a list of FarmursT Dulletlns which are compiled In the United Sautes De partment of Agriculture Tbfcro art over 300 Looks In the list and each U n i scientific publication treating every experiment that has been made In the Ucpartluonr It Is an exhaustive U 11lt4 of usefut Jowhdgc for the rar terand grower Those doadlng dif facet publications can mark in IheI lIslthc ones wanted and mall to MrI Helm nu Stanford and they will be forwarded CTal rMDunn conducted a hip salt at Point LertveU In Uarrard ronnt bit S mdily whoh he seal to Hurts y9Mtaebroadthe land be longing to 11i the Into 0 1 Wallace fiCurtU Bass fCrc a the tract of land of 167 acres of loud ai- U 0U per acre Three small tfactf p anti r+ rI iiBQldiit big prlea Ross levee JniM4Lctt county agdytillmove to larrard The Winchester Democrat mention the fact that n Clark county poultry r tlsrr has tnado a contract with a Oh clnnatl hotel for nil the eggs produc ed on his farm this winter nt a prlct considerably better than the prevail Ing market price offend b huck stets The women of Harrrou conn ty In several locality are already ar mnglnK for pooling their tuikeyi along the lines of former pools which are said to have been worth while and It will not be surprising if they form an ORgg pool make a contract with some big hotel and beat the cold storage fellows nt his own game Jynthlatm Democrat A T Trnylor brought In a number of fine bonds of tobacco to put on exhibition this week He believer that he has the bet shown tO far The ladles of Henry county have pooled their turkeys again this all The crop Is short but six lund fed have been pooled In one precinct They will hold two sales one just before Thanksgiving and the other In lmeIor Jh Cbrlntraas market Yhy tot have a pool in Lincoln Tbelgtxxl armern wives can mighty easily get 11 good price for their birds that will make them worth ral lg Senator R L Hubble l hl7li rottfe to Upton Whltsett of Doyle county at 5 14 cents Senator R L Iubble Col D N Prewltt and Mack Kubnnks have a Iood head winner In their crack sllrl- ntr T M Green Tvfo weeks ago be won n 600 purse Rt Louisville finished flretVln a J700 iiireo race and ran the three quar era of a mile In l12tlat repeat el1 the same trick MeRit Joe C Phllllpii and son bid his week to C 11 MclJiln ot lallattn Cenn 36 yearlings mare mules for IRS per head This In the highest rice ever paid for a targe launch of yearlings In this section or the coun try They were an extra forward lot all mares and each 1S2 hands hljih They sold to John A Wathen A pair if work mules for 3435 Mr Wathen nirchoned and shipped south n load 01 mules this week Lebanon Falcon Thcru were about 000 cattle on the uiiket It iLanOaster Monday but trading wan slow Heirers sold at rom n to 4 cents 700 to 800 pound leers at Irom 3 34 to 14 cents H A Swlnehroad void two nice Jer lIey cows to Raymond McCurley at w a head C Rankle bought 1- gJOd pair of horse milieu from Wm tunnflRan for 1300 R D Moore sold 76 acres ot land ear Camp Dick Robinson In Uarrard tt SI 00 an acre tines IL Baughman continues to fine demand fur his western fCORubleiourto WE Ruble at ISO to ne to O Ngwland at 85 Mr aughman soldall ear loads of fat C attic to Simon and Well at 6 cents and two CBW Jf stoppers at f 170 hey are to be delivered in NoVem orFor Sale ArlwiMs m k if heres nptendldly matched 8ultablefer arrluge or harness team J u Lea ell Biyanlsvllle Ky Your cough annoys Keep bacle- Ing and tearing the delicate mom runes of your throat it you want toe auBoyfd But It you Want relic wast to be cured take Chamberlains ush Remedy Sold by 0 L Penny f MEN 1 r0REyIIrs + i Mgr please Il Will new Fall and 1norc than the fJ New Fan The Hat course matter The many mans to Style Color and Price f w a nice Box each I fo VT If W c that but Edge Food Cutter cuts the load clean a pair cuts paper HM DiMMMil Edae Teed Cutter ISM eawfully the toughest tendons in meat clean A I Edae Food Cutter turns with probably half the required in other kinds result of this clean cutting principle It cuts meat into sausage shreds cocoanut cuts slaw also has pulverizer attachment for making Slut butter grinding pepper colic etc The fastest cutter made Let us show you FOR SALKJIY GEORGE H FARRis STANFORD ed do NllBai LANCASTER KV BUYER OF Kinds Producer etanfor1rinchT K Tor WJ AEPVINO FO- RIuggb Pryew lie irit 1Zl Di 1ts 1 7ec per ib per lbfUrtr i i7eFeathers OR IN EXCHANGE We can you Phone 1S3 t i I do to see our of Winter Models Suits Overcoatse theIwordinary Hatse p I of is a of be- comingness good we tojrequirement as Shripe j + yrt4 I SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky 1SIShoesSchool with tfi 4 SANDERSM tuckv T Diamond Edge Food Cutters say pod Cutters food matter ators choppers Cuttfra The Diamoad actually as as of scissors a4j8lte4Iare cut as a a KY a 1 w I If i 1 If anything to JL ra the LINE Nunnelleys New Stock Yards l lIe ecrT ia the I except Friag oa n f market la the plenty of best aYerrd pens ouUtde of Louisville or STANFORD We also ageneral hitch and feed LexingtonI Northcott All of Farm 7dtAV 20Lo Hens 1fJOQ Tarkejsi g Roosters 5554o- Hldei IGIOc LIME AND SALT FOR SALE FOR PRODUCE well line and in shapes Notice We not nor that you STOK totbuysafld seta day year Sunday your stock Best State with ind water KY Lfciiew CRAY ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds ot farm produce aad ABB bsjIQtoday for i UenlJt l 5to lOe- Kgtfs PscSprinters it to U 1Sc toaster 6 to 6 l8c 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