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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 25, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 int1910102501_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): October 25, 1910 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I 14 . fr "fthi$t$ VOLtMK XXXVU. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OCTODim 2Cth, 1910 No. 8). Mrs W C Tettus Is III with fever. Mrs Charles Ituthledge Is tery low of pulinonnry trouble. Mr, It. K. Thomp-soNIGHT-TIMELOPE IN E li nble lo be out again. Mra. D, .1 lllgsbj, or Cedar Creek In better. JOHN OWSLEY REID AND MISS Jump Hlngleton Is omo better of FRANES COOPER MARRIED fewr IN LEXINGTON .Mr. Hen L)nn and Miter, .Miss LVt-li- e from Kansas with Mrs. I.lccle With every nrrangcmcnt tltiRcil Wood a nnd Miss Catherine, Lynn, r with the glamour of romance, John .Mnjuood aecllon were Msjilng .Mr. Owsley Reld and Miss Frances Cootier mid .Mrs John Ly'mi binltli. Mr Lnn eloped lo Lexington Frldiy nitjht nnd bns not bt e n back lo Kentucky since were married In tin parlors of thy lie left here when Hmall CO )earn ugo. Phoenix Hotel ht one o'clock Saturday (Ms. rather iu. L)nn, ho onco lleil moroing Justice lien 1) Hell, one dt pear Hall's (Inp, died recently In Kan-lithe hem Known "mnrr)lng squires" need '12 In hntuckv tied the knot which made JniiiiH HiiIi'IiIihi, died near .unv sed young hearts one, popular nnd noon afterwards tin?) lort on nn here at Hioiightonlonn l'iiidn) or Inextended wedding tour or the east. to ge. I In Is Their only iittetidanws nt the wedding firmities Incident Vis wire. Ilu whs n strict li Here Mis Mary I). Keniie,Jt ntid Tom Phillip or (hi city, who went Mllli member ( the Haptlst thitrcb. the them and returned home Sittirda) liiirlnl. vft nt Friendship church In morning alter the hupp) pair had left the ronnlr) nur his home on their bridal Journov The elopers kept their secret well H'rum another Correspondent) and bad every detail arranged before leftvirip MeiwrH. Charles lledd, Hurry Colfew Intimate lrlruU learn i ot their plans but' did not betray lier, and W II Haiislord, .Mrs. W. O thera, altiiough, llielr pnrcnts learned Perkins and (hlldren. Dr. nnd Mrx. of the elopement noon nfter thn) had V J Kdu Iston, .Mr. and Mrs (ieorge nUrted, but made n6 effort lo Inter II I.)lie haw been In Louisville this cent thun Air Held first telephoned to Dan week during the meeting of the vine for an Hiitomolill,. to he In readi(Iraud Lodge Mrs. Lyne will ngs fo meet hi party when It armed Mr Held Minn Cooper, .Mint extend her Mlt to HnwesvlHo to lslt there Kenncjv and Mr Phillips drove from her mother bre to Danville In n carriage where Mis-te- Cliirn Collier and doodle they took the machine and wlurled avvaj n the darkness toward l.exlng lledd are lslting In Winchvster. Miss Laura dllbert, of Manchester It was late In the night when ton Ihev arrived but li did not require Is visiting Mies Fannie lledd. lont, f;r the Isniul ol n, HecnKo nnd Mrs. Charles Singleton nnd beaut-Ifu- l fecnnng Scpitre Hell, life knot va little dnughter, of HenilortKnllli speedily tied Nes of tbe wi'ddlng wa received N C, have relumed utter Uniting her .Mr Hem htother, Mr Ward Moore, and other here lth great surprise one of the usher at Dr Penning, 'elatUes. ton iTld Minn Adams ot Hiislonvllle Mr lloldnm Stuart nccompnnled on Triireda), and Miss t'oojier h e piesent It la believed mat during with Mrs. Holnmn Stuart and little fon ha( returned to Kl the bapp) scenes Uen. the pair cv weeifc.earts decided?' that the, too, Ctntro. California after spending the would geek the road of ir.i'rlmontai summer wnu ineir many ruiames uuu bint Both of the young people are very friends Mrs. II S While and family !me well known and very popular The brideils the third daughter or Count) left Crab Orcljard to nmke their homo JlerkSn(lvMni. (ieorve II Cooner. mil In 'ucn'iAjJwnav 'e wish them a POPULAR YOUNG PAIR LITTLE LAD FROM CRAB ORCHARD A LOCAL BOYS WIN GRUELLING GAME SOMERSET FOOTBALL TEAM AGAIN DEFEATED, THIS TIME BY 5 TO 0 Under $200 Bond CHARLES UMBER WAS RELEASED FROM JAIL HERE. COMMITTEMEN IN EVERY PRECINCT NAMED BY CHXiPMAN PENNY TO GET OUT DEMOCRATIC VOTE ON NOV. 8th. Campaign Ch ilrman George L ny bus appointed a camp ilp.i Pen- o ror every ireei.iet ;f Lincoln county and from on ( very "urt will bo made to convln.e die democratic voters of the mv-il- ty ,l going tbo polls on election day which Istoonly two weeks awny to ktep a d ot ratio il "0J1,",w ,Jr " "M-U- i com-mitte- PATHETIC CASE WHEN HE WENT TO ORPHANS' HOME AT LOUISVILLE. (Courler-toumnl. ) '"Are you Jlmmle (,llkirson7" said Patrolman Tom O'llrlon, the big gooll tintured Kiinrdlnn of the law at the Tenth street station to u ) ear-old io l, Mir-lve- i( e n v iiit-- r Biiuiii and Nashville train Miortl latter U o'clock last night mid seemed bewil dered b) the mn7e or tracks and the shouts ot cabbies nnd tho hurry, liuiry ot tin croud "Yes. hIt, Mr. Policeman I'm iiiimlo Cllkcrsou nnd I am so.shld you oomo lor nie 'cause I don't know which way to go The) said when I Jclt (.rat. Orchard I was going lo the Orphans Home, where I woi.M find a whole lot or nice little bo)s to pin) ball with. Where Is this home?" "Well, you Just come along with me ponny and 111 fix you up," icplled the Soon the little fellow Was hluecoat taking his first automobile ride on the way to the office of MnJ. Patrick Hldge, Night Chief of Police, whore Hie arrangements were to be made for his trnnsler to the matron or Orphans Home, Louisville Haptlst In the maI'tl'ii South Flrwt Street chine tsltli Patrolman: O Hrlcn ano his voutlilul charge wero Patrolmen Otte nnd Jojce, nnd very tdiortly the lad was telling them all about the ride from Crab Orchard to l.ouiivllle, hla first experience on a rallioad train. or Jlmmle Ollkewon The coming whs announced to M.iJ. Hldge early iiiiu 4iinii nit- - iiiiiii hnnd-HOiit- lust nlglt In n telegram irom Crab Orchard, so he had lltlrnliiinn O'liiien to be on tbe lookout Tor him. Whin Hie little fellow stepped trom the n train he was dressed In a brown cap and suit, with a little tan urown anuai. lie raiiiru-i- i ""jgl, Uur-Ma- tatlYclgncd as ori"e pt the bellcCl iincuiii nnn mis jmn en inr nim" for several years til.e Is of very attracts e face and form and evert one congratulations to tbe will won her lucky oung man who b Mr. Held Is the only son and mild o' Vr and .Mrs Hugh Held and la one ot the best knori young men of this com He attended Central inunliy for several yrars where he was the leader In social circles, and has since reluming home engiged In f mains with his father On their place on the Danville pike I'nl-v'erslband-dom- bundle IntheSpJ properous-futuro.- ,. e Mrs. Claudia Holman nnd daughter Miss Mimle are lsltlug relntnes'l Wllllnmsburg nnd Jelllco. Miss Annie Perkins of SomeibCJ, Is a guest or Mr nnd Mrs Maurice Perkins. Mr nnd Mr Marrls .1. ' e Crab Orcbanl. Crab Orchard, Ky.. OcL 24 Mr Wilson Napier second son of Ms. and Mrs T W. Napier, and .Miss Oeulah Davis, who Is a daughter or Mr. and Mrs Moses Davis, were united In the boly bonds of matrimony Tuedav afternoon nt 3. JO The ceremony was performed by Itev. I), U. UqujOUCi Harris of g l.oulmllle. have returned alter their sister Mrs Hannah I Steg-i- r and brother Mr deorge H IWrrls arid lamlly Mrs. deorge W. Miller ot 101 ILineU Okla Is lltlng her sister, Mrs. bar-a- h lstt-In- Urooiw Mrs. Curtis dover In company with Mrs. Carles Keeton. of Williamsburg attended the Knoxvllte LxposlUon. Little Jennie CUKerson was taken to IiuIbtIIIh by Dr. W. J. Kdmlston and M. d. H. Ljne, and was given In charge of the Haptlst Orphans Home, one of tho best Institutions of the kind n pasloror tho drub Orchard Christian cburcn. Mr. Napier Is 1S yea,rs of age ana Is a fine young man He ha 'been In in every respecte charge of the post olftce for some s past and the patrons and curriers from the o.tlce here all attest His bride Is 1C to bla popularity years or age and both pretty and popu lar Tbe - J. joins tridr many friends In warmest congratulations and best vtlsbea for their welfare May long life and happiness attend their way. The happy )outiK couple will bo at home 'o their many frionds at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. W Napier tor a while before beginning houseyt-ar- Horn, to the wife ot Mr. deorge Con dor a sweet little baby girl. Mrs R C. Klmblo. Mrs. Agnes Herring .Mrs. McCnrley. Mrs. Uutlege and little Helen Campbell are among the recent sick, Mrs. Hutlege Is critically 111 the Stale. keeping Mr. Mack lliitrinan or Stanford, Is taking U treatment at the Crab OrchHla ulster Mrs ard 'Sanatorium Cochran, of Kansas City canie to Stan lard to visit her. brother and.. hi. be as here came on to this plac?. She has not been In Kentucky ror '30 yijsrs Mr. and Mrs. Steve Estea, of Udl torium. Mr. and Mrs J. L. Anderson, of son have been visiting Mr J- K. Covington, are visiting her mother Cook. C. King at King Hotel. J. C. Ilalley bought or A. M. Hlatt Mrs. P. Mr. Steve L'stes. of Madison counhis famous walking mare and a Presty has been mingling wlttuhla many ton colt by her side ror a rancy price. at this place. John Lynn Smith sold a steer to Mack friends ' Mrs. Delle Cashdollar and daughter 116. Dyrd let Georgia have returned to their McClure Napier came home from Miss Ark., after in T.Tnnn. be at the nuptials ot ,hl (, leaton to summer llh her mother HpUler spending the Mra. II, II brother WlUon Mrs. Malvlna atgier. went, to Richmond to bring her mothr Intc Mrs. V er, Mrs. Mary Culton, home. Mrs. Malvlna Hlgler leaves today Uaa been lltlng her father, Mr. H. tp spend tho winter with her son Mr. p Ollbert, of Hlcaniofld Joe AnderWb. Hlgler, Of Florida. son is the new night operator In the Hell telephone exchange. Mr. 8y.Hj TO THE PUBLIC Coo, traveling salesman tor Cary n.. ..Tur.rA.t in Lake this method tow p yester-onbAfo Company made this ot recommending Jesse O. Wcaren. He has been coming here for The Insurance Man. Stanlord. Ky., to a bore 20TJirs. N "H JannfH tbe insuring public, for Ms very Ft. nnm,.t nitnntinn nnd liberal settle- -rearcscntlng llowser & Co., of merehanof ayne Ind. Mrs Mahalfey, ot Urod-Ue- of losswhiloour entire stock ivy unnt Turnersviiie, olse. Is vlslUng Mrs. Walter Hogera. Slgntd Lute Uros, til WHIIasa Hugh little oa ot Mr and - The many fi lends ol Mr. J I. Willis will be Blad to know that he has Improved sulllclently to be out drlv- Mr Hobert Thompson and Tamil) ore preparing to leiVe'Crab Orchard to take possession of their handsome lurm near Lancaster, once known im tic "John Gill farm". We are sorry to hate them leave' our town, but ibey are not ho far away but what tholr friends hope to have Irecjuent visits from them. Mr. Thompson on account of his recent Illness is anticipating a visit to Hendersonville. N. IV in the course of iwp .weeks. MfsTfietlle Paxton of, Stanford was n Ultor to Mr. Mack Hurtiutfh who Is a patient at the Crab Orchard Sana- u were mist ciouies. n heavy beaver coat lined with red satlne, but Ifce weather wa not cold enough for Its use. When the boy was brought IntoHhe Mgnt Chlem olflce Jlmmle drew up -clo!.e to Val Ridge and said: I hey tola me not to pay any attention to anybody but a man with brasi buttons on. You got moro than any of these others, so I am going to stay by you. Nor could Charlen 11. Martin secretary of the school bourd, who nppen-elo le In the office ftt the time, Induce him to t,o out and buy some bananas until MaJ. Ruige said that.-f- c 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 winch he ottered in payment for tbe fruit. Hut this was refused and be was told that he must save his money until he got out to the borne. Tucked securely on the Inside of .limmlr's liocket was u wallet contain ing several papers that told his lime ktor) Junies Nelson Lesley was born at Crab Orchaid six years ago but his parents died shortly alter bis birth. There was no one to take charge of the UtUe orphan but his mother's uncle. J. H dllkerson. who was then Hut the aged man or. years of age. udopted the lad and reared hlra as his own. Age caused the old man to lelmqulsh his charge and the Baptist cnurcn aeured Ms admission to tne Orphanage and, Louisville Uaptlbt armed with a pbyslciaua ceitlticate or his gooJ health, be gamely set out 1 d men clmrged with shooting and scrl-oil- s I woundlne John tones an Inni After fighting desperately for three (,unrters and Just holding their own'lenelve negro, near Trnylor's lane, against the sturU) rootball warriors week bfore last, nrrcsted Frldn) of Pulaski, by a brilliant rorwnrd pass by Sheriff G. M Mallard, of darrard, rroni Waters lo Singleton and sizzling nnd placed In J ill here as the offense run by the speedy end ror C" yards took place In this county. The charge to n touchdown. Hie Stnnford high ngalnst him Is shooting nnd wounding school team Saturday deputed the with intent to kill Somerset eleven 3 to 0 on th? grounds On .Vondiy morning James I Ham' litre llton, of went ball for UmThe game was an) body fiom tho ber, Count) Judge J. P nlilloy Bxlny stnrt until It was over, for the visi- It nt $20( and I ruber wan released tor lind Improved greatly over the f i om custody Alvln Thomas, who Is lorm shown at Somerset a couple or alleged to have been Implicated with n'wka ago when Slnnlord defeated umber In the affair, Iuib not yet been theiii S3 to 0 They used the captured with good effect but could do llltle'a'galnst tt? sturd) Stnniord line. Splendid tackles by Penn), Good Tobacco Prices Slifgtcton. T Coleman, McCarty nndJ the powciful rushes of 11 Coleman, Kmbr) nnd Pennv, the back field REALIZED AT FIRST SALES AT DANVILLE WAREHOUSES. were features of the game The Somerset boys plnycd n god game, and The first sales or tho HMO crop ol Stan-ortheir weight had the ball In the territory much of the time, but tobacco nt the Danville warehouses Saturday afternoon, the average the sliced and gumeness ot the Lin- prlco received was 14 cents per pound coln lads daunted tho visitors whenever they began to look dangerous nnd the American Tobacco Company This wns tin third straight defeat v.as the leading bucr, ulthough miniAdministered to Somerset by the local eious Independent bu)ers vere In the. nnrkct thi bidding was spirited. The eleven The team Irom Hie school for the I'lghest price received was 18 cents Deaf from Danville conies here next a pcund and the lowest 'vas i tents. Saturday, when the game promises to All of the tobacco trnt wati offered of a much Inferior grad to the he more blttirly tought than that ot overage crops grown last year last Wfel" Five thousand pounds were bold at house, and the Danville about tbe same amount at Hu People To Fight White Plague !l l.ous. No sales were hold at the The Ho)le coimt) bouse tobacco ORGANIZATION EFFECTED HERE growers are or the oplnlo.i that simi SUNDAY NIGHT lar high prices vill continue tbrinifh- steps for a campaign ngalnst nut the season. Active the spread of tuberculosis were taken at n union meeting ot the churchs of Dr. Steele Bailey Stanford held nt the t hrlstlan church evening Itev J H Jones, of the Hap-ti-- t cl urch, conducted n dvot'onal TO MOVE BACK TO LINCOLN AND Carpenservice iilter which Dr J BUY FARM HERE ad ter delivered his News lias been received here that dress, which was listened to with great Intel est by nil Dr. Steele- - Bailey. Sr. w ho left Lin coln county several );ars ago to enOlllcers of the local gage In the practice or his profession Association were elected as piesl-den"VjV IV O'Bahnon, In the west, is to return a.nd make, his and J. O, home here again. It is saTd that Mr. Clarence Tate presidents; J. W. Ireland Bailey proposes to buya nice farm vice tecretary nnd treasurer near town upon which he will settle down with his Family. Dr. Bailey has Fresh o)sters every week at been practicing at Tintic, man ior . EDveral years and Is said to have hullt un a lucrative practice mere, but is anxious to return to Kentucky. Splendid Program. His son Dr. Steele Uailey, ar, is at Robinson, Utah, whete Is said to be enjoying one of the largest and most V d Charles I'mber one tK the white prominent republican irom Is sild to lie collecting heavy campaign rund Irom lederala olllce holders to assist in the effort to elect MIIIt over IM.m if n, friends of latter do their duty It will "- uuru pioposiuou to buy enough votes to Stir HockcaMle The democrats liowu lor the campaign committee nr .nuoiiij the ciosl once to seo mat the votL. i3 0II-t- d In thei" .e?p" i i". Incts Tim members ot Me Campaign Coirui-ltieas nppoln'.'.l b) Chunnmi Pouu aio SUiniord No -H. W. dlvens; Stanford No. Beck, Hobert M. Login- St.mrurd No 3 F.. SUnrarl No.. Gooch; Klngsvllle Dr C M. Thompson, vn)nesburg Theo Reynolds; Highland David Burton; W. S Drye and John McKln-rey- ; McKlnney S. M. Owens; Turners vllle Sam Helm and T. J. Hill; Urab Orchird J. C. Bailey, Josh Wilson and Curtis Cover. Hen-y le.at tiitn. ' Woods. v' !, Hua-tcnvll- lc 'as Icos-Mea- r, Highland, eatlier nice enough ror an) body. Farmers are very busy bowing ' wheat Mr. J S Youns Is putting up a nice cottage on his farm near the H. K. Young place. , . 5 t; Mc-Cla- Mr. J. J. Hldelman the Science Hiil f.liGtugrii,ji;i- - U i .'te na'ting plcti:n-oi giouic and other or!c. .Mr O I.. Spealu bis. move! M saw mill lo the Casper Alt nladt near f oestnnt Ridge. Mrs. Davis will have a. sale or house f?T,!!&tJQz ' New-land- hold goods Saturday. She expects to leave In a few cfiiysjforMndtana. John Watersvand family left a few days since to try the tity again. Genie Hutchison ARRANGED 'FOR FACULTY AT SCHOOL FRIDAY -- remunerative practices tern ante. zr i -- . - -- - In that wes' yc and.raratlj with st u. The most pathetic Tealure ot the hole cast? was a letter " trom his adopted father to Miss Mar) K. Aber- cromble, superintendent of the bouse It read "My dear Mada- m- Now that my darling Jlmmle is to enter your home I feel nwir to you, also. You are to have tbe falsing of blm, because 1 am no loneer able lo give him all that I should. He Is a homeless child and soon I am to pass away and leave him frlendlets. Hut I know that be is to be welt taken cure ot and I am You will find that ai In a happy. peculiar child, very nttectlonate nnd overly auxious to piease muse uuuuy him. For the first few daya keep him close tq you and 'mother' Mra ho that he will forget his new surroundings and get use to bis new borne. Hoping that dod 'will bless you and that my Jlmmle will grow up to b a good and brave man, I am. J. U. dllkerson. "Your truly, w for Louisville. me know ' rvivi,i iiAnnAtt Hill, former gover nor or New York, and prominent in national democratic politics, died las week ana was ourieu ip uay ". s in case Jlmmle gets sick let come tbe District Superintendent .has placed Hev. Major SmltU ot IClng'a Mountain in charge or tbe circuit. He preached at our place Sunday mornPublic Sale ing and evening. Mr. 1 S. Reynolds D. S. ot Waynes-bui- g Having sold my farm to move to Is here today collecting taxes. Somerset I will sell publicly on the pike 2 M' miles frou. Preachersvllle Born, to tbe wife ot James Hollar Stanford on a girl on tbe IS Saturday, November 5th, Wanted to borrow J3.00O on good Mr. Mike Floyd bas been in a seri6'K! Commencing at ten o'clock, the folsecurity Apply at this office. ous condition tqr some time with a 3 head or horses, lowing property: lot of I'loraBtnl Ijuue In hla t5C. l jacfe, '.' Jennets; milk Remedy That corn; millet sorghum; all kinds of Little Huth Haugh has been quite laxmlug tools, l two horse wagon; sick lor several days Misses Orave Will Cure Eczema wagon; buggy and bar Young or Stanford high school and 1 ness; lot of chickens; good cook stove Annie Hutte ot the Richmond Normal "WE PROVE IT" household and kltcbeu furniture and Sunday many othir things too numerous to were at borne Saturday and Why waste time and money experi- mention. parents. with their menting with, ceisy salves and loTINSLEY SPOONAMORE Miss Maude Crouseborn of Ooshen tions, trying to drive the eciema. germ from underneath the skin when Pen- Col J. P. Chandler Auct was the guent ot Misses Fannie and ny's Drug Store guarantees a Eftie Young Saturday and Sunday. clean liquid preparation lor external GETS $3,000 DAMAGES. use to rid the skin ot tbe germ life Sam aud Will Cook ot Somerset are nt Lebanon A lurv In the circuit that causes the trouble? One appll Saturday awarded Oscar llai.ner, of the guest or the cousin Ouy Cook cation will relieve the Itching and of. Boyle count), a judgment ioo i..u,vv Mr. and Mrs. Henry Catron, or Crab ten times one bottle Is sufficient to In bis suit agalust Dr. n. C. cure n minor case of ecremu. alleged maiprachtice. narauer Orchard, spent a day or so with their lor Zij.MO Is sold by druggists, every sued tor IIO.OOO. llamner alleged brother-in-laJ. S. Young and wire. w here and In Stanford by d. L. Pen that In performing ra opentlou on ny and they will tell you of the marvel his leg a few yearn ago Dr. McChord Craig Elder, or Illinois made a Hy ous cures made by this clean simple limb, and that as a result he was spent a day treatment. Z1LMO and ZK.MO soap and taht aa a result he was per- ing trip to Kentucky and and night here wltli sister Mrs. N. L. are recognized as tbe cleanest and manently crippled. most popular treatment ror Eczema, vWlghL ' Chamberlain's Coush Remedy has nlmnles. dandrulf and all pter fohrms Mrs. Mattle Watts, of Harriraaa. of skin or scatp effectlons whether on become famous or Its cures of coughs, tamo l or grown person, win yuu u; colds', croup' nnd 'Influenza. Try U Tenn., Is with her mother. Mrs. Wra. ZEMO. and ZKMO soap on our recom- when In need. It contains no barmlu Mrs, Jordan Floyd. mendation and guarantee of satisfac- aubsLance and always gives prompt r Lash visited Mrs. J M. Long of Stanford and tion or y6ur money back? Pennys lleL Sold by Penny's Drugstore. . Drug Store duughler weie lsltlng relatives here Tho Young Peoples Society or the MeKINNEY SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. Crab Orchard ChrUtlau church will last Saturda) and Sunday. I.. S. Warlleld'aud wife visited his have a hollow'een social Monday night Second month: Filth grade; Alar- - at Mrs. Curtis Uover's residence. Adbrothei L. P. Warfleld near Humph mission 10 cents ger) Cocklngs. rey. Fourth grade; Tubltba Martin and Call and Inspect my line or mlllln-he- r Edward Tanner, parents Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mene. Third month: Llghth grade; Bes lar Mrs. H J. Tdteui. Crab Orchard, The pleasant purgative effect exper sie Jarboe. Kemember the sale of William ienced by all who use Chamberlain's I Monks ae.ir Cmb Orchard on Nov Stomach aud Liver Tablet?,, and. the Fourth Grade Edward Tanaer, healthy condition ot tne ixuy aa a 5th. mind wbicb they create, makes osa (eel Joyful Sold by Peony's Drug Star One ot the most attractive events nf the kind ever held In Stanford will he the fatuity recital at the Stanford High and Graded school Friday after noon The program win oegm m. two o'clock and ever) one Is Invited. The program will te as follows: (Arensky) b. a. Reverie I. Piano Miss Ballou. Valse (Chonln) Buck) (Dudley ". Yocal Sunset Miss Fettro. 3. Reading The Set of Turquoise (Aldrtchl Miss Jackson. 1. Ylolln Sextet from Ludn (Donizetti) Miss Penny Miss (LlA) 3. Piano rtbapsodte Hallou. 6 Vocal Tbe Naughty Tulip (Mary Turner Salter) Miss Fettro. 7 A Trying Situation (Mark Twain) Miss Jackson. S. Violin Ninth Concerto (DeBerot) (allegro maestoso, adagio-- rondo) Miss Penny. BRIDGEWATER FLOYD. Mr. Thomas C. Floyd of Stantoid. and Miss Mary II. Bridge water, or Cane Valley, this county, were man rled In the parlors ot the Columbia Hotel last Tuesday night, the 11th, Rev. H. L. Talley officiating. The bride Is highly respected, a daughter or Mr. P. H. Brldgewater. We understand that the groom Is a very deserving gentleman. The couple will Yeslde la Lincoln county. Adair Coun t) News. , HoWe Warfl?ld leu for Phoenix lo try their fortune in the far w est " " Craig Buugh and sou Otlle and rr Wash Cook expect (0 Ioava Saturday for Detroit where tbey have employment in the machine shops. Itev. J. M. Cook is puUinp'up an addition to hU bouse. Rev. Wilson the pastor appointed by the conference for the Highland Methodist church having failed to nere is a cos; one-bors- e per-lim- b, - i jvi-i- j.J, THE STANFORD, KENTUCKV INTERIOR JOURNAL. ' TUESDAY, OCTODKR Situ, 1110 The Second Stock of Ladies' Suits, Dresses and Coats Recently Purchased in New York Are Now On Sale. Now is the Time To Do Your Buying. good lines of ladies' suits made of the New Rough Effects in Black As the season adNavy, Scotch Mannish Mixtures and Browns. vances we find a decided tendency toward all rough faced goods for tailored spits, and a strong demand for brown shades. No whefe else in Central Keritucky will you find such an assortment of suits. Weve&elbeit possible suitsat $15 but.our big sale is on 4he very 'finest 'grade of stfidtly pjajn tailored suits from $25 to ,$5. Salts that, you wHlfeel gooj$in aiiyivfiere and in any .company. They are rjghninsiae'and .put. Junior suitsfor children from 10 to 15' years are always .hard to get riht, but we ' have twojines that are right. One is made of fine Cheviots at $12 and one of new rough material at $15. These are the best values we ever saw in Junior Suits. Raincoats, are back a&ain as strong as ever. You can't get along without one. We have a big line to select from at $8.50 $10 $13.50 and on up to $30. About 200 new coats, in all the stylish mixtures, and solid colors and black. These are at every price from $8.50 to $90. Our assortment of plain black coats, is unusually attractive. We have in?stocK more than 150 new one piece dresses, rang ing in prie from $10 to $75. Dresses for any occasion made of Satins, Eolians, Velvets, Serges, Silks,' Ch'iffdns. etc. These reprehigh-cI$iilor- etl YOUR FEET ry P1 eJJ "The Witch Elk" Must be better cared for than any part of the body. You must have Warm, Dry Feet for Com- fort and he: It'i. Wc have every right to feel that our every day or Work Shoes arc the Very Best. As dry as a Powder Horn. The best shoe made, at $7.fi0, $8,75 and $H, according to height of the top. 16-in- On our second trip to New York we made a point to secure for 10 We have a shoe with a top which we have sold years. During that time have-, not one half a dozen akt gone wrorjgor.wct the feet. It liiis -- a heavy soje; lined with genuine, calf skin, and the price is only.$o. old-ti- me . Mm Most of you know them by 1 1 this comfortable, and just a good deal the best work shoe ror $3.50 made today. For dry feet and lime-so- ft, long-wearin- HtitV i.JM I g 1 e.TeP shoes, come (o us. sent the very latest ideas ql New York designers. H. m I r .,f. Fine furs in great variety. Solid black furs are the correct thing for his season. We are showing an immense variety of Pillow Mutfs, Barrell Muffs, and Rug Muffs with collars to match, in Genuine 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 ordinary kinds, Ladies' Munsing Union Suits at $1 to $3. Mens' Munsing union suits $1 to $5. Childrens1 Munsing union suits at 50c to $1.50. When in our store it will pay you to look at our lines of household Linens, blankets, Ladies' furnishings, Redfern, Warner & d Corsets, Peerless Hosiery, etc, You will always find thing new and good. Gos-sar; i J McRoberts. R. H. Coffey E. R. Coleman G. L. Pennj ll S School Supples i m M y4 . For the Kindergaitcn, for the High School; Pencils, Pens, for all grades. We have the SCHOOL SUPPLIES needed satisfactorily Stationery, Rulers, Tablets, Books. Fit the children out fit them out here and save money. PEININY'S DRUG STORE, gj ZVi Btanrord, Kentucky. u A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville,Keixtucky tc yard unaccompanied, and rlace are llxlng to mote to Indinapo-lis- . leave Parksville The roosters dived In the sun with a gun Miss Lllza Walls and daughter Let near at hand and side arms strapped L. Preston bought of U. L. Price to their chests. Much relief Is shown Ue went to Cincinnati Sunday to WJ. HELTON SAUFLEY amoung. prominent fowls and heads ait friends. .Mr, John Dardison, of Publisher ten caltes at J7.50 each. Harrlman, Tenn., visited friends here Mr. F. I. Jones left for a business of families nt the demise of this last week. trip to Derea and points In Jackson. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Hon, John W. Itawllngs, of Danville It is In time of sudden mishap or acI Is the' guest of Mrs. J. E. Caldwell. BLOOD POISON For Circuit Judge cident that Chamberluln's Liniment f'he Interior Journal Is authorized Mrs. Henry OarUn, of Bradfords-ville- , can be relied upon to take the place to, announce Charles A. Hardin .as a Is a guest of Mrs. J. J. Cozatt. of the family doctor, who. cannot' al- - Cured by the Marvel of the Century , candidate for Circuit Judge or the 8. B. B, Tested for 30 Years. Mr. Louts Walker attended the East t vu8 ue touna at toe moment, men Thirteenth Judicial district, at the Is that Chamberlains Liniment Js I it we,ddlng at Louisville on never found yantlng. In cosese of . Drives out blood poison In any lection to be held November, 1911, subject to the action ot the Demo the' 12th insL sprains, 'cuts, 'wounds ' and bruises, su$er permanently without deadly Mr. Thomas Durham Lebanon, Cnamberlafn's 'Liniment takes out the mercury, with pure botanical ingreThe handsome monument to tbj who visited .Mrs. Annieof Parks last soreness and drive's away tho mln. dients. To prove It we will send you a memory of Gen. Felix ZoUlroffer. a Sold by G. L. Penny. SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE brave Confederate officer, who fell week, hns returned home. If you have ulcers, eating sores, D, Stayton, of Hlley worked In at the battle of Fishing Creek, which J. itching, humors, swellings mucus I was fought In 1862 at Mill Springs, the telegraph ottlce at Cozatts during Kings Mouitain. patches, bono pains, offensive pimples, aoout miles jrom somerset, was the absence of Mr. Walter .Bower. or eruptions, take B. B. B. (Botanic unveiled with appropriate ceremonies Blood Balm). 'All symptoms heal A locust tree on the farm of Mr. K build quickly. Blood Is made pure and rich, on Saturday. Mr Troy Cunaway Is having a M. Ilovtder has begun to perspire ing put up near the graded school. completely changing Uio entire body Seven deaths from cholera were re aKalii. About this time last year this , Horn, to the wife of, George Gaines Into a clean, healthy condlUou, heal, r ported In the past twenty-fouhours tree became so warm standing In tin lug eery sore and stopping all aches, a fine girl. among the patients. In a hospital for pains and Itching curing the worst hot sun all day as It did, that it sweut MUtord Vaugbt Is at home for a few case ot blood poison. Druggists or the Insane near Naples. a groat deal. On Wednesday Mr. 0. 11. Hocker a days with his wife and children suf- by express, 1 PKH LAIIUE UOTTLB Mrs. J. ti, Johnson of Pittsburg, ferng with a smashed band. with directions for home cure. SAMMonday ror a visit to farmer near town caught a chicken -- Pa., arrhed. Claude Hester was In Stanford one PLE SENT HIKE by writing Blood hawk which measured 64 Inches from her parent, Mr. end Mrs. Geo., 1. Balm Co., Atlanta, Ca. Describe your Up to tip. The hawk had long been a day but week on business. Iirlght. troublea and free medical advice givLutheV Floyd and'famlly of thls en, gold by SHUGARS & TANNER. Mrs. LnufttU HLatt. of Rockcastle menace to the chickens In this tlclnl- county J the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ty end you vg puiiete were airaia u McClarjr..aBi other reiatlTM, J, L,Beazley&Co.,iiv. tm lit '"Bl U MM Ml I Vftv.iinr.. a.tkibblb, a,i,1 TTn.lo4Vin.. Day Phono 28. Night Phono 133. LaBBBBBBBflaBiBBBvBBBBBBBBBi Stamford, Kenturwy. Interior Journal. )HklBLvBBBBnMLBBBBBBBBBBBU Undertaken and Esaeala en. Also Dealers in Fur niturfl, Mattingi,Ituga. They will exchange Furniture Jor all Kinds o Stock. Give TkeaaCall. Prices Right CONCRETING BoaWkuUodoall klndi of a 'Block Work, 1'avamantt boaedownlaa(ano poau We cn aarva r t turai-ciat- a jou pronpiiy ana work and nuklerlal. Ualt atiul get oar price balore yon buy your material at leait, Wahi iurna STANFORD. - KENTUCKY PHILLIPS man-Walk- Harry Jacobs, Dealer tu and Manufacturer ot 8tanford,.Kj. R05.. , Marble and Cranlte MonuMarker and Poitt .Oeruvterr and Law Vaicaand Hetteei. Offlce aud viorki, Me Kinney, Ky. ments, When Oaraon'a liunry 00 TO u t , CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can lurnlih tbe publlowlth the twit, wall ki tho Irraticit of cut Sowera, plant of all klndi, bulbt, pottl Sowera, on ahort notice. Alio make a apttClaUy ol wrtatbi lor lor funrral purixxwi. In connection wltb, (lie abqre, I have all kindasol Tagetablea on band at rcaaonablo brloaa. OKKIHTMANOKKENHOOHEH. "-StK- t ' Reataurant Laocaater, Htreet Htanford. at. Meala aerved at al I houra up to 11 iSS, w. Beat place lu wn (or a good quick meal, Oooklng to ault pur cuitomeMounpecUlty Hplendld new line ot fancy Oroccrlea. Hot (JoSre. Handwlchei, pleUutter mJHc - aid sweat milk, etc., at all, tinsel. SA. CARSON, J.C. ri TUESDAY, OCTOnKR 31th, 1010 ,THE STANFORD, KEKTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TWO AND TWO TOGETHER ukl afford And figure out If Uc to promise you your money's worth and then not give it. Wc are confident the values wc offer iri underwear can not be surpats-e- d any where and few stores will equal them. It Is your continued patronage we are after, not a single purcnasc. PUT FAOH- - --3 Tt" 4 iV LADIES' Black Zator-x- a iJnlon'SuHs, all sizes, $l.(r&.., "" '." INDIES' Black Ribbed Union Suits, 7r,c. ? A' 0C. INDIES' Peeler Union Suits, CHILDREN'S Ribbed Union Suits, Mcand f'c. MENS Union buHs Wc. " '. LADIES' Fine Black Vests and Pants LADIES' Peeler Vest and Pants, 2r,c. CHILDREN'S Vests and Pants, tfc to -- $c the garment, ' ty garment' , f 10c " u BOYS' I Icavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, 25c. MEN'S Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers ,lc per garments per SEViERUNCE & SON, w r " Stanford, Kentucky. jjf i 75 Store. (Special (ounUIn pent (or school use cents, II and 11.26 lit Penny's Drug V j v'' PERSONALS. MUs Claudia rMvo has returned Mr and Jlrs H. S). .Vclnn(I spent Held. K. D. Cads attcndfWl the rneei nt from & dellhtlil visit to relatjves In Huiiday w)th lelatlves in linen8ter. JameHtoii nod othtT pothts. IouIsvIIIq lant ctk.i Mrn. rnet Woodf and M(m Ilnllle , J. S. Hockcr M'nt Friday lu Louis Mr. and' Mrs." I R. "Hughes npent 'jbf I'arnt filek SMere th fiwmtpt the ,Mlisri Tarton unit week Hunday with' rcuUlvcs at'MU' Vernon. vllje, n rOQOc.Wme frdm Loulirvtnc V.' P. 'klnratd n'ac In Lexln'elon' on clr, and Mrs. J, H. Hangman arc nt -itoy-Kton- jt s x a. " " B. ' I 1 V T- - 1- -1 Mrr. Amanda Harris ha beVtf visit- m twJS6Vt Ot 'Mrti, Alln Woods lug In Louisville for several days, rand Mw.Jtlnnle Woods last week. Miss Saruh and Madfta Haeklcy left" W O, Scott, of lri'-wuheron tnursuay lor uon, vngvies, airormn, a p1caanrvllt to W brothers laal U. where they will pwrtl Hhe winter. MM, John II r!tuk 4cav Wednes , Mr. II 0. Ihitman, of lbaronv day evening for Oolumb'us. to pent Saturday herd wjth Miss Mar' ' Join hrr wto;1s located there Hrurfl and'Wher r;fipd, in business, Mrs. Sam 8pooBnttkire'J' Bpendlnp MIm Allle Pleanantx, of Crab Orch-nrd- , a few day with hFf'raotlMrr In Junc' ""?' hfls teen (ho attractive tfucst tion City. Mint Knnle DavH of Ht mi ford Is the of Mr. John Illngamim. attractive euent 6f the Mlsy"" Tnrklng Attorney C. C. Williams wan ton, on IMjanoii road, Dm rl He Met- 'Friday on legal busliies-i- . Mm. J. Randolph Harris and little J. A. llryant formerly of Mneoln Is daughter, Josephine. wont up to Ion-do- building su elegant horn1 on College ' Friday to upend ome time with Strnt in Somerset The Kentucky State Jusronl ol her pannts, He nnd .Mrs. W. C. -- .bulneK,iSatilrday. I.ouUvllI: The-tadl- ' J. S. Mocker rpetit Haturnr.r la hbmeMmvinit.JustjTetvrtied wlmre they 'Wtht 'to woke rangement winter, t -- Im At-lan- ar- 'I' a., d, ht-r- e es' Aid Koclbey of the there". Dr. and Mrs. T. V, Pennington hnc Christian church will meet wjth Mrs. xetunxHl 'from 'their bridal Uttv and J&nfcs Meser Saturday afternoon are housekeeping at tho groom's homf m 3 o'clock. Tm it rrof. J. P. W. Broute, of the Somer- uii Mrs. iv .nnui. J. n. J'onee )be wife 6t th set vhlRh school, Mr. Clarence Smith andv 'Misses GcncvlRve Ilrouse Winnie new pastor ot the Hoptist rhurch has Calm Annie W. Cllpplnger and Ther-es- e Jolnrd her trusbard here. Harden of Toulsvllle, spe'nt Klnno accompanied the Soraorsot neverm unys nere, the Buest of relaHigh School foot ball team here h-t I fiHtf LltUE JulIIl?S 11121 LDHHt Such asBelts, Bags, Collar pins n w1 if "r.'lo Sat-uids- tives. .Neckwear, Scarfs etc. We are showing all the newest things. W Vk Vk n (irlnstead. .Mr. And Aim. V. ' IV ' WllllaniH. of HuMnnvllle, have gone lor n several weeks' visit In the iutti. M. U. Murphy of King's Mountain, took a degree In Pythlanls-nt the mellng of thn Pindrtn I.odge hero accom-jmnltlast Thursday nlghL II wns Acton, who here by l)r J. dime oer to nee. tho work well done J. II. 1'arpenter who ha been Mr. nt Lalta, 8 C , lor some time, order lier paper changed to Harrodsburt; Jim. It. I. Cochran, of Kama City t here to sec her brother Mr .Ma"k of Cadiz. f th llurtmnn, who still continue III. Me The Lidies' Aid Society ha returned from Crab Orchard Sana I resbyterlnn church will meet Friday tnrtum much Improved, however nfternoon nt 2 o clock with Mrs, Hugh R. u it l. rrankfort says The dat, for tb" wedding of Miss Kfltabrtli Allen, of .MIIIerlnrA and Mr Jess,. M Alverson of thta rlty him been set for IVcemler tho tlilid at three-thirto'clock at the hmw of the bride. The maid of honor will tie Miss (lertrndc Sleadd, of Sheiiiyvill and the groom's best man will be Judge J. M. '.asslng. The other attendants will be Mlt-- Sallle Ta1or Wood ot Stanford nnd Miss Klrkpatrlck, of Mt. Sterling Judge Dowllng of and Mr. Henry Ijiwrenr s P. MqColluin, the . popular Junction City hotel man has returned fitiui a- delightful at Chat tapooea. While absent he Tlslted Lookout Mountain, Chlckamauga Park Missionary Itldge nnd numerous other points of historic Interest. Mr, James Menefee and brother Mr. Oorge O. Menefee, both ol whom nre employed by the Sherrln shortly for Chicago, where they will Williams l'ant ComjHiny, will leaw atttend the big International concn-tio- n traveling salesmen; tojjie of S.-held In the Auditorium next week. (Jeorge MencfWj who la at pre-m- t Mr. visiting Mr, and Mrs, James .Meu- ee, Iratels In the State of Alabama. He was formerly conhected with his brother. .Mr. Snm W. Sleneree, In the business In this city. lan- yllle Advocate." Mr (5. n The wedding of Mr. Steve K. Vaught and Miss Julia Slessingcr took place In Willlan stown nt the homo or Mr. nnd Mrs. S. SI. Winter, on September 11. They decided to keen It a secret 'until lost week. Mr Vaught is nt present editor of the Richmond Oft; mat. The bride Is a daughter of JohnJ MessingtT, prominent merchant of Somerset, .Manuel Turpln, of Shandon, Ohio, li. with bis brother Mr J. S. Turpln, M'Xton of the Iiuffulo cemetery. He intends to aguir. locate In Lincoln. Madge and Sarah Hackley Mls a left Thursday for Los ngeles, Calllor nia, where they will spend the winter W. E. PERKINS, SHORT LOCAL NEWS LAST CALL. WEDNESDAY WILL BE THE LAST DAY OF THE W. W. WHITE BANKRUPT SALE. 1,000 DOLLARS WORTH OF STRICTLY FIRST CLASS CLOTHING. SHOES.: HATS, NOTIONS, ETC., TO 6ELECTI I Cac rpnM U'n - ra . .,w... .tov ...rti iinwr-r-- wnu 1 ACTUAL VALUE. Six per cent penalty goes on your' city taies jjov Uettor pay up before then. B. D. Carter, Collector. For Sale FiTe room cottage and! ', r- 1 j at tuau J r0OCJet CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKS' W 9 ft One good secondhand DRILL . v outbuildings: well fenced. Apply to Dud Holderman For Sale. IJricK nouee and two acres of land on Somerset street; nlce cottage on East Slain street; house and .ri acres on East Main and a bouse and five acres of land On Dan- -' CI vlllo avenue. Apply to Harvey Helm. For sale privately my home on East Mniu StreetK Mrs L. B. Cook, Stanford, Kentucky, There will be a, congregational meet at the yresbyterlan church Wednesday evening Oct. "C at 7 :0. A full attendance Is desired, ing Sara (ientrfpaitf?10 for'a droe of young wild ducks lrora Mr. Edmiston at Crab Orchard. Dr. Edmlstou so--' cured n pair of the wild Mallard down In Mississippi while. on a hunting trip and .removing the flight bone from their wings was able to keep them in cuptlvlty nnd raise a large flock of young ones. Sir. tJentry will breed them at his place on Hustonvllle pike The Missionary Society of the Hap-tichurch ax ill meet with Sirs K. L. Itelnhart on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock The only true constipation cure must begin its soothing, heaJlnc action vshuc it enters Ibe mouth. Holllster's Rocky .Mountain Tea restores the wholo system to a healthy normal condition. Ah cents, Tea or Tab'ets. Sold by Shugars & Tanner Hyomel Ins cuTed more coses of catarrh than all the catarrh specialists on earth. Jut--t hreathe It; very st - an necessary SUPERIOR GRAIN r mi m-- 0 At A Bargain. Stanford, Kentucky. & O W . H. HIGCINS, 0O0Jr "v 9 m- - mi m m mi &$$$$.$ LI!. Hugbea 0OOJO mt $ 01jRS m O. pleasant 0. L. Penny guarantees It, Complc'te outfit fl; extra bottle 50c. . 1 ' s Cofyright Hut Schaffntr Ic Mrx can spiend njore money for your cltohes YOU we ai;Mi& for4hese and get a good 1 1 L . v . deal less valuejoir There is nojbtter cjothing made than these They exRress the highest art in in design; the choicest of fabrics, $J30.., voutrae -- Hart Scftaffiier & Marx Suits and Overcoats. cl6thes-making--rexclusL- Ye both foreign ami domestic; htnttailored. Suits, $7.50 to $35, Overcoats,. $15 to :sxji.(" tumnuns THI6,8T0RE I"'--- & ' Weareni MARX CLOTHES' STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 18 THE HOME OF HA r?T .WrVAfir'NErl '- ' In the future Mr. E. L. Reinhan will If you want to be sure of your ff.f-ure-, collect all water and light bills. IV under all conditions wear a you pay blm prompt is. Important that ly as servico will be discontinued at Rust Proof CorsetrfThey are-firter he makes the second effort to with every new Btyle. We Water Light & Ic Co. ' collect. them in all sizes and prices. We also The tax books of Crab Orchard grad carry the American Beauty, which- - iir-ed school are now ready and taxes ' are due. The penalty will go on Nov comfortable and desirable corset. Call) 1. The books will always be at the i and see them before buyingof the Crab urcmra uaniung. offlce Lackey Miss Ophelia Company, r Treasurer. All who oa.o piip'trs for the FreshyP terlan society will notify us at once. it we defilre tov Wp In a few days Mra.'J. II. PttttPP. pies. The creditors (k'obn Traylor, deV ceased will please fin tneir ciaims;i nronerlv verified wltl' J. D. 1'ttXton lmmed'ately. Mm. Clara D. Tray lord Admx. .li Hou. Chenault Huguly has returned rA. n rrtit tilnnKfint ttin to Texa8. Ho Is greatly pleased with the country STANFORD.. KENTUCKY nnd bos koine luvettmcuts there wltn Danville I which he Is greatly pleated. Messenger Tfctrc u roort fitinn hi un llni o Wim0-- -' In his examining ulal at Paris FriUna U oili" 1Imm put ltlicrr and .Notice lurunlM. "t-negro who kcw inn -- u tuppiMid to day "FIJI" llryant. the local t Mi.immJ'O Fiuulr U iortort promui Uarrard Bhot und killed John Doty-v- f VrtKriEml loctl rtmolKt. u ky tmtmatm M" to cur wltn Meu imimni, hhmhw m Sunday on an excursion train last int.uin-j- i m We have a saw will for sale, with XkDM tu prairn week was ht'ld to await tiler action of tfk bailer 30 hp engine, aIkll a falArrh Oku, mABUlMU-t-- l. bw Jl JL bond. Attor- the grand jury, without Co- - Toida mt eiitimiti ney J. S. Owsley, or tins Miy, went. a new saw mill tor saie, ft casn, IHUlMl It H Ukm mnBltml-mm- t dMiM tj & m,Bnnil It aiivuttr wry over to assist in the uejense oi )u two, four and six months, Id BUWOU UftM Ik II" .Hi TtMFP ' ant. gocxi notes. King's Mountain vita mate AMI, Klas'sMouBtalo, Ky. A 's st notTce I. I T. W, Humble Mrtb. - M 1 H3vflt 3uTt2L NEW- - LINE OF' CORSETS. hr s u-- 8 Mil U mt J - EmK HUGHES, MARTIN & CO.: Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes L vn . oai-anc- u - rW il ' ngUl ptm y MIMMMMpta H fm m f 31 - -- ft " V fiNrt'ny-- - V-lTaK FOUR THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOK JOURNAL. CHICAGO TL'KSDAY, OUTOHKR 23th. 1310 NOTICE .,11.-- 1 , 1, MERCHANT WAKES STATEMENT. ot THE FARMERS r. : Let me Insure your barns and For Hale. A well Improved farm SO acres, near Mt Satcm, household and kitchen furniture, stock, and farming tools, V, II. Woodson, ML A. i : ( SPBv4 STIRRING TIMES. the building line. a full line, of lime, platter, y'ir30t nnd ever;' thing else needed Jer .buildlnu, Eer thing purchased , trie wlll be found of the best quail-.- , Aad the best for Intended purposes. tftre rrM save you troitblo and unnecea ivty expense by sending to us for an' w-e a; hiving In Hfr--carry Not getting a satisfactory price for iriy property, I Will continue business at the old stand. G. B. PRUITT. Moreland.Ky. Alto fptMlag TbautB! of Dollar aad OjMBltin tbt KwtSalimt fhyiicians, Ho Wm ItaipmU. CHICAGO, ILL8.-J. Q. Mr. Treble. MEN WHO CARE Vm'.tlA Will do well Becker, of 134 Van Buren St., a i f -- af--A ALttN.'Stanford, -t Ky. ' Nurse Says: lykitra, a Gained nurse Bcllinham, of South Wash., "and will say that 1 consider Cardui the best medicine for girls and women. It makes them feel like new persons, relieves their pain and regulates womanly troubles. "Both my daughter and I received great benefit!" E51 "I know what Is eood for young and old peo- , writes Mrs. Clara ln n whotesala dry goods dealer, states as follows: "I hava had catarrh in mnr than thirty years. Havo tried uoipiiiNj un aann ana spent thousands of dollars for other medicines and with physicians, without getting any lasting relief, and can say to you that I have found Poruna the only remedy that has cured me permanently. "Peruna has also cured my wife of catarrh. 8ho always keeps It In the house for an attack of cold, which It invariably euros in a very short time." well-know- r x vi A j i r . n bnnTxrupt, In the matter of William tr??Z"t?Z?ZZr'..U: on the 'Jim day by inVI'mi ordered upon be had 22 day of November or October, A. HARNESS ON A HORSE JlboiilC bn made so ns to give hlni We carry everything .stnifort c c,uirrfl n lnrne.s mid horse goods, per-ele- Take CARDUI 3tcc v If-r- 5tjtfty -- C. the best and most reliable you need harness for ccagon or for a racing sulky, k(ndJal Uta'&4he bent-oni- It The Woman's Tonic a medicine for fetrouble, no medicine you can get has the old established reputation, that Cardui has. Fifty (50J years of sue ces prove that it has stood (lie greatest of all tests the test of TIME. As a tonic for weak women, Cardui islhe best, because it is a ii'oman's tonic. Impure? 'cefltle. safe.'rC- As male Uardul. i? C; MeCLARY. Stanford, Ky. iEaU And Winter Suitings rnllltt uirp loft at my nen intt rnurt dnv ownor ran set tttcn by the corut UmLn royiiu for UN notice and their keep the same on A A. D 110 beioro ..LZmnn'iluMe Me.n, Is send trlct nt lb o'clock In ''he forenoon or It.R out to the people or the district a as near theieto ns practicable and list of Farmers' Hulk-tins- , which are iiiai nonce inerepi iv puousiieu one compiled In the I lilted Suite Der time In the Interior Journal, n printed In t.ald district, and nil partment of Agriculture. Tl'&re are known creditors nnd other persons oer tllK) booKs In the list and eaih Is in Interest mnj appear at cnld time n fclentlrit, publication treating eicr) and place and sIioa cnufe, If any they experiment that has been made in the have, why the pru.ur of Bald petit-one- r department It Is an exlitiuatuc shoutd bo granted, ot iiHel-i- l kuowledce for the fur Witness the honorable A. M. J. Cochran, Judgo ot ?ifld douft, and tho Wr and grower. Those desltlng dit- seal thereoL nt Illchu.ond in said fercnt publications can mark in the the 21kt day of October A. I). list the ones wanted, nnd mail to Mr ' l'HO, Helm nt Stanford, nnd they will be Jos, C. Flnell, Clerk. W. C. Bennett, D. C. fol warded. 1) news-impc- .ily ruptcy. White G 1. "i r.e. ir ine caiiern uiaincc oi ryniucKy m lUnK wnnrct 'v:!cl Co"rt Fpr Sale A few thoroughbred Dunns Jersey bong pig, April farrow. Durham, Price reasbnnblo. T J 53S Crab Orchard, Phone ncrea of good For Heht About 17 V. Klrby. ti.VJl fall tfrns. Mrs. Martha For Sale ii head of 9001b. steer cattle. Cnn be seen on J. A. Robinson's farm. For prices call on or write ('. T Dolion Lcbnnon. Strayed or stolen Irom my pasture on Dlx rlcr n small steer weighing Anyone giving 600 or 700 pounds Information as to hi srecovcry wu 66-be rewarded. Frank Cordler. Strayed or stolen 1,100 pound red steer. Howard lor Inlorniatlon to K S. Powell .t Son, Hustonville. For Sate 2ft good young ewes nnd ' one buck moot of them pure bred J Frank Smith, Uox SI Shropshire 05-l- Salem. Ky. 9 Tl to sec our new line of ' wMk V&(M Fall and Winter Models in Suits and Overcoats mm rW-iMM wanouwto jThey Rive Character and Prestige to the wearer. They carry the stamp of elegance and refinement in every llnr. They cost fTirrmorc than the ordinary. J f w-- "- rTKitS for sale Cltv, Ky. Henry pony, cart nnd harness Hnnkln, Junction new run , The Hat of course, Is a matter of The many Rood sliapes wc Fall make it qn easy matter to show this a- u.u. rn nib ii-- uNCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE inrt n..rM in ne shape: crop goes "! loiter come quick. J. M ll.y meet any man's requirement as to Style, Shape, Color and Price. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford. Ky. 3!S s 5 SCHOOL SHOES! 1 M ! Mjry ilalf andinter kxcks ady ("dr dainnles are They yoijr Inspection. stomach Mm Slqk heahdpehe. dlzilness, bilious-ness- . lire trV results of disordered 'ttv & the beit on the market. 1 any one as to price who has order. A sutx icte .omnes mide-t- o swtjciifidyijmaddVcIWhss.. ,T.t. fefcve made to measure doesn't cost tliiac: can? iiroro than ready made when Com nudity and ta u eoaaiaara Co. .and Ittt m f &f We Ji. C Hrf?SHK, 'iWJl measure. Cienree V Maurv and little daiiRthr, Kleanor, are the guests ot erh pnrenu, Mr. and Jirs. J. k. Jiene- MOTHER While OF'-BRID- E Mlona ptomacli tablets to cure or mony back ljirge box S0c Penny guarantees you MMMgTry una tool Kapicf. tfia Practical TsJlor.l J. C. McCIary, I . - citdertaker and ;mce 'Phone 167. STANFORD, - KY. Embamer Home 'Phone 35. . "" J tj VJ fA Jt WREN THE FIRE ENGINE COMES iim eo time to be regretting' your neg. j'iset u get iliwured. The time to ajiollqy is before not during or cctter a fire. U is before the file with jJkm.dow. "tJeltber you nor anybody . elm can tell how much belore or bow iJlileibjfoiie it Is. lime us Issue you impolicy txJa. and be protected In any HTAWFORD, i W. S. FISH KY. PHONE 200 Jright now than any time in the year. Let us fill your Joins with our FOX YOUCANBUY Tour coal cheaper $IDGEC0ALatl3 dls'f "Clean Coal; No' Slack, jr bushel. " .Phone ! J. H. lllf. Baughman& Co. ;-; considerably better man me pre lining market price otfertd b hucksters Th women of Harr'fon county in several locality are already arranging for pooi.ng their tuiKes along tho lines of rormer pooK which nr .nM to h.ivr-- ben worth while. nnd it will not be surprising If they form an eggg pool, mane a comnu.-- i wi,h nm hir hotel and beat the cold vtorngo fellows at his own game. Cynthlatia Democrat. A T Traylor brougui in a numurr v FRUIT AND SHADE TREES ot fine hands of tobacco to put on He believe? pvhihttlon this week Everything for Orchard Lawn REAL SANITARY PLUMBING. that he has the best shown so far. and Garden. of Henry countr nave The Saves Its cost over and over again In Write for rrec Catalogue. No. Agents ,wlo.l ladles turkevs aeaiii this fall ihnlr lessened doctor's bill. Hut you must H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS. The crop Is short, but six hundred Lexington, Kentucky. be sure that It Is real. It Isn't the have been pooled In one precinct. They will hold two sales one Just white basin and nickeled pipes that FARM FOR SALE. berore Thanksgiving and the other In make sanitary plumbing. It Is the "21 acres. 'J mliex southeast, of tlme.Ior Jh Christmas raarkeL Why waythey are put together. Have us tltiatnnvllti. knnvn a ihp. Ilonnntt not hae a pool in Lincoln: Tb good do your plumbing. We hare the Cloyd farm. Pfl rres In wheat stubble, farmers' wUes can mighty easily get remainder It grass; well Improved a good price for their, birds that will know ho." cm tlc-- V farm; will aell at a make them worth raising. 7 and aittl Senator R. I. Hubble sold bargain. A. w. oarpenier, .Moreiana. W. K. WARNER, to Tipton & Whttsett of Oole county Fhena 18. Stanford, Ky. cents. Walter Wellman. who once tried to lat 5 Senntor R I.. I'ubble, Col. D. N. leach the poll In a balloon, started t and Muck i:ilbnnkg ,ia;e a Sale f Hustonville Property across the Atlantic In a dorlglble, but q(fld nead wmner n their crack aprln- m f I..a a U ..l.nM dlUWb OflA ,t..b k.. IU glU 1, a.n WUUU nlmilt OWW mil.. . - n. fl. .An UUU ,CIJ Tf"o weeks ago he won a JfcOO purjse Having other property In Huston out at sa. He and his party were on vine i win they carried Picked p in a Saturday Nov. 5th, 1910 with them and brought back on a tefH of a mje n i.pjuat and rvpeat- sell the following described real estate steamer. uil ihu anmo trlrk. One fto-t!torframe bouse, with 18 Meoir. Joe C. Phillips ana son som rooms, arriUKed so that two families this week to C. II. McLnln of Oallutln Can lite In it, two buck yurdu; uue Tenn., 36 vearllngs mare mules tor Notice ot Sale on Bankruptcy. extra nice vacant building lot; one This is me uignesi lfi3 per head. y extra large barn, a good 'In the district court of the United t rice ever pam tor a uarge uuntu ui livery barn; 2 Urge sheds; 2 lasting io v"" stales lor me eastern uiauici ui enrllng8 in mis section wells; oqe back lou try. Jhey This property Is well fenced and in Kentycky. In tbo matter ot .Clarence good repair; has all outbuildings neces 3. Slpple. Bankrupt. i TneJ gola t0 Jotln A Wathen. a patr sary and Is situated on Main and ColDy virtue of, an order entered by J. nf work mulea for J'J". Mr. Wathen lege streets, one square from very fine N. Baunder, referee in the above purchased and shipped south n load graded school; one square from the styled case,, I, as trustee of same, 0 mules this week. Lebanon Falcon, Christian church; one square from will on Saturday the r.th day of Nov. rheru were about GOO cattle on tbi Iiaptlst church 'and two squares from ember A. D. 1910, between the pourr. niuket It iljnncaster Monday but splenold nt Fresbterlan church, mid ts in a of 10 o'clock A. M and 2 o'clock P. M. f trading was alow.- Heirern did neighborhood Ir. I rpntK- 700 to 800 POIind expose to public sale to the highest r cents. Held 4! :: I wil also sell one .Curtis t.o best bidder, for cash Ir tnrid. on steers at Irom I! glass-fron- t carriage, asf good as new; and nruinll.1 A PArliim tract Of land (5. A. Swlnebroad old two nice Jerlha two good high wheel sulkies; two situated on tho waters of (ircen river sey cows to Itaymund McCurtey at e drhlng cart; In Lincoln county, Kentucky, near the .IK a bead. .. C. Kankin bought a phaetons; one. one Hancock disc plow and CUD or 600 post office of Jumbo, Ky, formerly g.jod pair of borte mules Irom Wm. bales of No. 1 bay owned by D. C, Slpplo and adjoining Dunnagan for J0O. Sale begins promptly at two o'clock. th) Denhara farm; containing about It. D. Moote sold 76 acres ot land Terms made known on day ot sale. G2 acres and also uncther tract of lit near Camp Dick Robinson In Uarrard For other particulars addresa by acres, adjoining the nbove described nt II 00 an acre. phone or otherwise. Slpple C. James H. liaughman continues to Huitanvlllt, Ky tract ot land: bouglt by bait J.Interest D. S. CARPENTER. hive a fine demand for his western of Dr. Alcorn: also one one to (!eo ln the corn crop, on about 35 acics of wares he sold a ) ear-ol20tf; said land: being the property ot Clar- - Ruble for $145 and another30for to l; Ruble NHOG RAI3ERS ence J. Slpple, baukrupt, abovp nam- four to W. K. New landnt at ?M. Mr pne to O. P. sqld sliv car loads of fat Are your Inu; worth 5 cent perl This a fine farm well watered; in liaughman crnts und Wll high stabs of cultivation, prpuucmg cottle to Simon of sloppers utat l.7. head? W,, guarantee 8 to 12 barrels of corn to the acre; nnd two cur & dtdhered In NoVent buildings fairly good, uivenuruer They are to --i ?Jfcfcs VVH my hand this tho :2nd day of October her. to keep hogs ueiltliy and fred trom For Sale. A handaonw fnirot hor 1910 for 8 cnt per h'd par ses; splendidly matched; suitable for n. A, DYCHB, Trustee. Cholera, Kills cures It mouth can luge or harness team, J H. Worm. Stimulates the Appetite, Aldai llnnrVunom In R rlllld BUblCCt tO Hiyantsvllle. Ky Olgestlon and causes bogs to ratten croup Is a sure Indication of the ery rapldiy This remedy la used of the disease. If Chamber-lalu- s Your cough annoys you, Keep backand endorsed by leading bog ralsera Cough Hemody U given at once ing and tearing the delicate memcountry Come ln thrnualiout the croupy cough baa or even after the branes of your throat If you want to aud let ua tell you about It. appeared. It will prevent the attack. be auaoyed But1 It you want relle Sold by New Stanford Otug Co. by Penny's Drug Store. Sold want to be cured, take Chamberlain's ing the departure from tne reception loiiowing tne maninne oi ner uimmi tpr In Corblr. Wednesday nlcht. Mrs Mra. Mir-ti- n Sue' Martin dropix'd doad and her daughter formerly lived In junction Clt) but nave oeen mamng their home in Corbln tor the past row innnthi Sh Vint Z'. pnrs of as(--. Miss Onal Lee Martin Vr.s married to ir u'niinm Hhpfford. of Corbln. The above unfortunate occurrance threw a pall oer the wedding festivities Rnd Instead ot being on their bridal trip today they are on their way ta the funeral of their dearest triend. wrnniMR standing at the DIED AFTER widow watch a big xalc at Point Lent ell t'n Unrmrd connty t Sauid,ty lie fcild lor when Hugta & Swlnebroad 1h) land be longing toihe eUite'6t the lato 0-Wallace fCuvtla Rrfss pcrcbased the tract of Und of 1G7 acres of land at npO.ll per acre. TMtec amall tracts ,oland werJ sold at big jjjees. Kosa lives InfMadlson county nqd, will, move to (inrrard Tho Winchester Democrat mentions the fact that n Clark county poultry rilser has made a" contract with a On clnnatl hotel for ntl the eggs produc-,- i nn hia farm thl intfr nt a nrlce Col. 1. M. Dunn conducted Buy your Children's School J S ft Shoes from L. Sanders and get aR a nice School Box, with each W m i "A i i i w - M "-'. Ar. pair. Q'HtXfjVi'b M1i wi L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Diamond Edge Food Cutters "'fhSyyyy jHPjytoC Notice that we say Feod Cutter, not food macer-ato- rs 2 nor choppers, but The Diamond Edge Food Cutter actually cuts the food as clean as a pair of scissors cuts paper. Cutter. 1 J- I.fe-bo- y rlS'"' . A Th DUmaad Edge Food Cutter is sa carefully adjusted that the toughest tendons in meat are cut clean. A Diaaead Edoe Food Cutter turns with probably half the exertion required in other kinds as a result of this clean cutting principle. It cuts meat into sausage, shreds cocoanut, cuts slaw, also has a pulverizer attachment for making out butter, grinding pepper, coffee, etc. The fastest cutter made Let us show you. FOR SALE BY GEORGE H. FARRIS, STANFORD. KY. It you have anything to t!L ra the two-stor- .iJayaSJR P ZJ STOCK Take to LINE Jfr Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards He lnivumlri col 1 everV dlV IU the year except Sunday. Fring oa your stock. liest market iu " the State with plenty ot outside oi Louiiville or Lexington ed and water best ciTeird pen, STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed bmintaa. BBBBBBBBBkxHkOtfBXZ3PV ,i5?7' LANCASTER. KV. BUYER OF ' two-hors- H.B. Nortttcott. , J. (Little aa 10c 3-- 5-- d All Klndi of Farm Producer 't0oaV '. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buysr of All kinds of farm produoo and baying--' today for: '.4 Stanford Branch T. K. Tutor, MVr. WE ARE PAYING KKg- - FOR! .20-21- 0 Kgjjs.,.. ., Hens,...., 9 5 to C Hens (Yyera Turkey Ducks Lea-vM- ...;:r.. ... -- ..:SaV. .'. rtr. , ..-r Srfrlniers !M0o Koasters lie Turkeys c 7-- It to U 6 1- - to 12 S to 13o , "13-12- 1urk Hides .. .' , .... . v.'i? J Roosters, per lb Hides per Ib.j... Feathers 3--50 te Sa to7c to 430 , i.....ii.7c , ...15-HOc 1'tutbers 15 LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE.. Phone 1S3 Wt can plcato you. Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chick n Fstd for salo or In sxchanaa for Produc. Phone 39. Cough Remedy. Sold by O. U I'en&y