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Digital page images are linked to the text file. td THE INTEROR JOURNAIIr VOLUME XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 28th WO Nomi- I r IFIRE BUG BUSY ON SOMERSET PIKE j HOUSE ON M S BAUGHMANS PLACE ROBBED ANDTHtN BURNED Jfcapdtarorigin nlLjtogethert satIIVtdtore The Blaze WilentheMalignmnnmwas completely enveloped in flame S and It was seen nt onca that there Iltughmanmott for the bloodhounds belonging to InhisClndnnatSouthernafter the bluo Cnpt Mulllkln and hit doe were on tho ball The dogs seemed to take tho scent nt once and p tLe1 straight to another house ID the iecUon occupied by u family nomd Davis who had formerly lived at Rowland Jreat difficulty was was had 1n auakcnlng the male member nf the family but when finally arous ed they denied nil knowledge ot fat occurrence A search warrant Was gut ten nit Thursday however and search pr their promises made by Dink Far mar nut nothing could be found Mr Mitchell and family wore away at tho time of the burning he bulng at tho home ol lib brother Charles Silt- chub on ttuu place ot J W llftuguiun No one had been inside of his bouset for nlmwt two weeks and there Is no wry In winch It could have caught t Ore bad not a watch boon applied It is believed tint the house wax first robbed add then burned In an tf fort to coucml the crime A view of v the bulldln after H lint burne4 down v Hiown traces of scvTw Jars of ketcbwp which way more or leas consumed A large quantity of line preserves was alongimo this but there U no trace of them nnd It 1 believed bat they were among the plunder taken from the building before the fire was kindled under It Severn tuspiclous tracks wore lound about tho house and this win other oldtmcu will probably be laid before the grandjury when It con tonne next mouth i The lots to Mr Uaughman In the house will amount to but a few hun dyed dollar Mr Mitchell however lout his all and a subscription paper was passed about town to raise a fund to assist him through the winter Football Victim FIRST ONE OF SEASON HERE IS I BURNSIDE HUFFMAN The first football victim In this vl t laity la nunulde Huffman tho 14 year ald son of Mr A U Huffman The roungster broke his right leg just above the ankle while playing toot ball at the public school Lift we Kin physician set the member and he Is resting as comfortably its It Is pos nlblo for a lad of that age to lying In t0 Ills limb was carefully set and ht will be out again within the course of a few weeks but will hardly play football again this season r Skin Affections WHETHER INFANT OR CROWN ERSON CURED BY ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP An Unusual Offer Pennys Drug Store Mays to every person be it nan uomuti or calm who ban an Irritated tender or Itch+ tug skin to come to our store and pro cure a bottlft of Kotuo and a cake of Zemo soap and If you are not en tirely Mthxficd with the results come back and get your money So con fident arc we of the efficacy of this clean simple treatment that wo nuke you this umifcual offer ZKMO Is n clean liquid for external imo that has curr t so many cases o eczema pimples dandruff and other forms of skin eruption Zemo and ZKMO eonp are sold by dP glsU ov erywhero nhd In Stanford by Pennys Drug Store ZEMO and ZKMO soap are thq most economical as well as the etaancut and onset effective treatment for affections of the akin or scalp wactbitr on Infant or grown person CINCINNATI MARKETS Cincinnati Oct 27Cattle110 ceipts 1819 market steady fair to good shippers 25UIVJ5 common 12250350 tinge receipt 3812 man ket 5010 cerfts lower butchers and 3hlppcra8iG ssQ common ift 825 Sheep Receipts 1072 market steady f2 134 Lambs steady 4250 i 063 AGENEROUS AND CHAITABUE WISH I wish all might know ol the bene fit I received from your Foleys Kid ney remedy says I N Hogan 1ar men Mo Ills kidneys and bladder give hlln so much pain misery and nnnorance ho could not work nor sleep He says Foloys Kidney Rome dy completely cured him Shugars and Tanner uuuiIZ IIIm tlon net herself on lire WcdnesIdun at 40 wlll a I died at 230 A M Thursday I and was burled at Junction City j- N lit llit M Thursday alter I noon Rev Summers of U orKe- iMU kar fch d the funtrnl set IU anoli McOirr wns Mlis I ox A baby boy threeIplnloll old survives J a7rw L1 Casey County Youths jf CHARGED WITH DISTURBING RE LIGIOUS WORSHIP Mlddleburg Oct 27 Mi It Young has a now automobile He and Mrs Young took a spin dowt to Utterly Sunday and spent the day Hani Jones and Miss Claii Browr there married at the residence of Rev J9 Taylor hero Sunday afternoon The groom Is a son of Mr C C Jane at Vosemlte and tho bride Is tho prot ty dfughter of Mr and Mrs gland Ur wivof Liberty Doth are populnt yonpg people Ur W J Sweeney has built QuitoI n ntat office nt hs tattldonco at Yose miio which blI Improved tlw appear anc1 of his property greatly The doctor nppenrn to bo doing ir prosper ous practice F I Jonon Is furnishing news for the Danville Advocate from this sec lion A few of our farmers horn bogus vhlpplni tobacco and the quality Is into Judge Lincoln Welts was hors Sunday Mliw AVJUlo Fog I rf and W E MiWhrrter will attend the Sunday 3chool Union at ValleipuK Sunday MIII Hubert Junes and baby of Dunn vllle are with Mr and ttVU C Jono un tilt LIjvYty lukgrMiijM Ranipni JilltJ MM Fir U ir nrreit d chnfCins luruttlirearh of peace cord the case wlll rte up ere WecinM day The Sinday School Union of Iht l otiH Kentucky Association will be tthl at Valley Oak Baptist church Vooio 1C Milieu south of here next Sunday The churches here will send dtlcfate and a report of the Sunday Kchool Ital R H Lor James Adams and Wlllard Neal came down from Grove at 12 oclock Thursday night and swore out writs for John Hamilton Frank Cain Daly Floyd Harry Sal yens and J C Wall charging them with disturbing religious worship The rrlU were placed In Constable Mar Ion Blacks hands and by 10 oclock Friday mornlog ho was marching the boys up to the Hqulres olflce Thev all deny the charge and say they will be able to prove their Innocence when their trial comes up tomorrow Wed lesday Rev W S Taylor of Burgln U hold- Ing a meeting at tbe Baptist church at drove nnd tho disturbance occurr Itll while he was preaching Thursday afternoonThe Bridge Company ol Wilmington Ohio nas contracts for building two bridges In this count and the work wns lo nnv boon com pitted by September 15th but up to this good hour nothing has beer doneCaleb Powers seems to be losing Oit In populurlty since he has beer shown up h true UicJU The crowd that met him at Liberty yes terdny Monday was very disapoint ty that had been made to drum up- an audience for him Hubble Our school has been closed tor a tow days on account of a dyptherla gOarr Rev P H Davis of Louisville will begin a protilictcd meeting at Me Klndrce Wednesday night W H Dunn gRn sold Tr C Hankln a pair of horse mules 16 hands hlgb lung his brother A P Sloan last Sun for 325 J M Sloan of Bryantsvllle was vlr day Uncle Jerry Smothers got one ot his mules drowned last week In Hang lap Fork lie was hauling water for his engine and drove In too deep Mrs Jennott Campbell Is visiting her brother James McKechnle J C Rankln has moved to his new home In Garrard There was no preaching at Me Klndree last Sunday on account lr- the pastor being sick News Is scarce about here now your correspondent has been on tbe sick list for some time and cant get out to hear much TO THE PUBLIC We are pleased to take this method of recommending Jesse U Wearen The Insurance Stanford Ky to the Insuring public for his very prompt attention and liberal settled loss of our entire stock of merchan den while at Turnersvllle Ky Oat ed 10tfc1910 Signed Lutes Bros THE CALL OF THE BLOOD for purification tlnds voice In pimples toile sallow a Jaundiced look moth patches und blotches on tho sUlnall signs of liver trouble tat Mr Kings New Life Pills make rich red blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complexion health Try them 25 cents at Pennys Drug Store SHOULD BE IN- CONFEDERATE I HOME PATHETIC STORY F ONE OF MORGANS HEROES NOW IN POORHOUSE Crab Orchard Icy Oct 27 A few dprsngo asYI walked dow the streets of Orchard 1 met an old friend his fornas bowed and and his trail was fiHyered by the rote of nvaiiy wlntcjftj age bud lfnt med the fire of and on his brow the foot of mejSicholy had left hU track As I grawedhU hand I stud my old friend Why dont you go to the confederate 4idlers home Bald ho If n tlckltl hero only cost ten cents I could not Jill only A tidal gathered Iiimy eyes as I thought who ray old friend Is nnd who he has been 1 remembered want my rather and mother had toll mo of his family whum they bat known In antebellum days Ills lath er was n Oarrnrd county man who lived on n IIIuo Grass farm of a thousand acres In a palatial facing the turnpike At rosldenceI fling of the war he owned negroes He was one of men that over lived In old Uarrard but misfortune came and his property was swept away like mist before tho morning sun When the Civil War broke out ray yotinr hero kissed his sweetheart and mounted a thoroughbred and followed the Cod loved Morgan Into Dixie land Ho belonged to Rlgsbys regiment nnd Captain Tom Shanks Company wax captured on the famous Ohio raid and Imprisoned with Morgan In the Ohio penitentiary and transferred from there to Camp Doygla lFrom there he escaped by tunnelling under the wall with six of his comrade WJIH betrayed and capHirel on tho out sidai finally bribed n guard and es caped then went buck to confederacy wan wiJuhdtftl nt Melton Tenn by being shut through What tholf utpn suffered fur file cause they toted I often think of the picture painted by iJeorRlan gifted ton Henry W Orndy when in April 1805 under nnath nn apple tree at Appomattax Grant took bees sword In surrender there on every ragged gray cap the lordUod Almighty laid the sword oI Ills unporishable knighthood Think ot this ragged gVay band who fur four year had held iiunfi teeming le gloss ut bnthIY were the salt of the earth Not lung since attended the funer al ot Judge M C Suutley at Stanford Me was a man whom I greatly admir ed n lawyer a Jurist and orator and a patriot He was taken to his last resting place wrapped In a Confeder ate flag As the body was borne from the residence Judge J W Alcorn walked In front by his side a gray haired cblpftalc It Is enough to jay hU name was Breckinrldge There fell In behind his casket his old comrades In arms they were the greatest body of men that ever paid their last respects to a brother soldier glut returning to my subject who Is my old hero who once wore the gray with a heurt of goldT lie U John Salter One thing t must state that I wish could be left out that U he Is now an Inmate of the Lincoln county pour housK Jut One word to the soldiers who followed Morgan Cant John Salter get a ticket to the Confederate Sol tilers home I am sincerely W B HANSFORD The Interior Joarnal will be glad to receive and give crt dlt In the paper to any who may wish to contribute toward a fund to defray the expenses tit this veteran to the Confederate Home Dripping Springs- Mtss Kate Wells of near Crab Orch ard Is teaching the Tyrone school this yur very successfully Duck Davis bought some wheat ot Sam Booth of Goshen at IMaster Russell Holiunn has had a- very btd spell of typhoid fever but Is recovering It Is fearted that he will Je crippled In his lower limbs from Its effects Mrs Johnson Is very ill of heart trouble Speed Mason haw been Quite 111 of stomach trouble Mr Dabney Davis raised the larg- Est sweet potato ever seen In this section which Is over Your pounds InweightMr Wells has Just return Id from Granite City and Is with his brother Mr J T Wells Our old friend and schoolmate Mr lames Dythouse is running a saw mill lere and other business formerly conducted by Jesse N Singleton deceas d SAVED FROM GRAVE I had about given up hope after near Iy four years of suffering form a set we lung trouble writes Mrs 3h I- Dlx of Clarksvillo Tenn Often the palntn my chest would be almost un and I could not do any work bllt Dr Kings New Discovery has wade me feel like a now person Its bellt medicine made for the throat and l iags Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup asnalndlwhooping hemorrhages cough yield ulckly to this wondertul medicine and I Trial bottle free iunranteed by Pennys Drug Store LOOKS GOOD FOR NEW DEPOT HERE LOCAL COMMITTEE CALL ON L A N OFFICIALS AND ARE MUCH ENCOURAGED Itlonl W H Stunk and R L lintT Harris W M Bright Inter lowed Superintendent SnYder nnti NtIndaynndreturnedhigh which their petition had receh ed the entJurllgement give hemWhile the railroad oficlals were not able to give theta a positive as Mirnnce that the depot would be bull t tithiU possible The local committee car potilionKblahoil by Stanford and Lincoln county people and delivered them to the rail rood olficlaltt for pcraual These pc titlons recite the growth of both pat senger and freight business at Stanford olnce the present unsightly sta lion was built and call attention bits lack of proper and adequate ac commodations at present The com mlttce Is very hopeful that the rail rond will so Its way to putting another depot here early In the spring at the latest Crab Orchard The ladles ot the Baptist church will hold nn exchange at Mr Rubendir lItone storeroom on Saturday donIrorgelludl R make liberal donations arid Ur present tottkoIfR at Waslota WmIlasonadopted him after a most delighted and beneficial visit with her sister Recomncmltwhere slit will remain during the week before returning home Mrs Charles Ruthlege passed away Saturday A M the 22nd after a tinkering Illness with tuberculosis She leaves a husband and three children I besides many friends to mourn her loss She gave her heart to Jesus a tew months ago and united with the Baptist church During her Illness she gave sufficient testimony of her faith and trustjln Jesus and willing nose to go an bi with him who had prepared her soul for the mansion above We express the comforting thought that her spirit has now taken possession of her Inheritance among ill these whlcb are sanctified nnd beckoning her loved ones to follow The funeral sermon was preached by Bro KImble at her residence after which the remains were taken to Car lerevHIe for Interemnt Ottenheim paintedhtllmont to our little town Mr A Roerel and Mr Zlmmerraau from New Austria Ky will como here to visit Father Leo Mr John Wentzel our wholesale merchant Itrylngto paint hit storeAt tho German Club House formerly la3tIIt seems our telephone line Is In Good trim at last The young ladlea who left for Chi cago Cincinnati and Louisville are well and contended but do not forget their home Mr Charles Jacobs and Mr JIeIh Lucien have done u gredt deal ol work In Fatter Leos house thanks Cedar Creek Mrs W A Drent has Just returned trout visiting her sister Airs Birdie Brent at North Salem hid Oscar uncut returend with her Kanada Rogers will soon leave to locate In McLean III Mesdames F M Wre and Stank Hubble of McKinney have been visit Ing Sits N A Garner Henry Catron Jr and brother Othar Catron have gone to ladle apo pollsMr Russell Dllllon bas been India posed for tha last tow days Mr neDry fish of Mt Vernon U vlcitlng Henry Catron Sr Mr and Mrs Steve Estes of Kirks vllle spent a few days witu Mrs Car rie Estes and family near here Religious services here at tho church every second and fourth Sun day Miss Myrtle Estes has Just returned from a pleasant visit to Lancaster re latives The I J man spent a tow hours tore with the good people Wednesday and noted above Items The I J now has a good reporter for this see ion who Is sure to till the place ad nimbly A RELIABLE MEDICINENOTAN ARCOTIC Get the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar In the ellow package It is safe and elfectlve Contains no opiates Refuse substitutes Shugars and Tan ner Preachersville Mrs Katherine linker the beloved wife of James linker of Strlngtown four miles east of this place died on tho 18th aged 71 Mrs Baker Is sl r- IvedI by her husband and two chll I wasdevoted p tian lady She had been a member longtlmlthan 40 years The burial service wars conducted by Rev Mack Hutch Ins Mr V W Thompson Ute wollknown market gardener was hone last week and told us that Dr Bradford Warren- Is dangerously III at his home near Dee Lick Mrs Rachel Ellison ot Wllllamsl burg has returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs W H Smith at Whites Mill Mrs Mollle Durham was visiting Mrs E L Wilson Prutt Thompson gave a hay ride a few night since In honor of Misses llolly Land and Ella Sprinkles of Rowland which was enjoyed by soy Hal of our young folks Master Jesse Kldd while cutting wood cut his toes very nearly off He Is a son of Henry Kldd Verna little daughter of Failo Parks is III Frank Lrnklns Is better Mr Henry Dlanken Ip Is very low not expected to live iiifpt Garland Singleton was visiting schools In this section Thurs dayMisses Roxle Spangler and Addle Scott of Griffin Station were attend ing county meeting at Hubble R G Pettus sold two steers to B D Holtzclow at 4 12 cents Mr O W Spangler who Is a close observer says that he never saw an Autumn as this which has been so fine No fros yet and now It Is Oct 22 t IlIIv 11 Roberts will preach nt the Methodist church next Sunday Mr Henry Blankenshlp continues dangerously III and not exported to live Mr and Mrs A D Stevens were vlgltlng relatives at Rowland Mr and Mrs F F Cummins and little daughter Miss Allie May of Crb Orch aid wero visiting Mrs Rebecca Iet tas Mrs W T Sutton who former ly lived here has been quite 111 at tier homo In Garrard M O Kennedy and wife Wm Akers and wife Wm Ranks and wile Roy Pierce Bryant and others were Mr and Mrs R U Carpenter guests Sunday K G Smith nnd family were visiting Mr and Mrs J M Cress Jesse Brown has been visiting relatives at Bee LickMr David Adams nnd three chil dren who have been 111 of fever are better Frank Lyklns Is some better Mrs Mary Jane Hays Is very III of heart trouble at her home at liar monyMr and Mrs T Y Shaw visited Mr and W King at Gum Sulphur Mr W P Dlshon bas qualified as administrator of Mrs Mary Spratt lately deceased and Is now winding up her attain The Goshen pie supper was a sue cess 2775 being realized The lIe bringing the tbe most 13 was baked by our handsome school teacher Miss Kmma Holtzclaw Mss Sallle Cooley aged about feu died near here last week ef pneu monlaMrs Mary Jane Hays Is very ill of heart trouble at her home near Har mans Irk Mr Thomas Y Shaw went to Louis ville as a delegate to the grand lodge last week Mrs D J Rigsby Is 111 of fever at her home on Cedar Creek James Singleton of Crab Orchard Is ill with typhoid fever Your correspondent accompanied Mr D T Lunsford to Stanford a law days since where that gentlemen went before the Fiscal Court sod made a very timely talk on the road system of our county His talk while not very lengthy was one of the best as It contained so many practical aug gestions which wo think would If put In practice make very noticeable Im provement In the condition of our highways lie urged the county Judge to Invite the citizens of Lincoln coun ty to come together and discuss the situation Mr L proposed a plan which would If adopted soon place our county In tho forefront as builder of good roads The court accorded the speaker the best attention and we feel sure that some action will soon lie taken that will give us better roads erelong Now Is the time for Lincoln count to awaken from her slumber and bestir herself and make tbe start for good roads putting practical road- men In charge ot the work with am pie compensation for their services time let these be un and at the same del bond for the faithful performance of duty Then let our road law be nforced and not cumber our statutes With tin annual ap ns dead letters roprlatlon for turnpike roads of Iii 700 supplemented by an annual appro nation of 16000 for dirt roads why It It that we cant have as good roads as Boyle Mercer or UarrardThe an iwer which will bebt cover the whole icopo of this vital question which will nut down Is in short lack of system HIGH CLASS STUFF AT YOWELLS SALE LIVELYOF THE PRICES HIGH Llncn fnrmjustday Mr Yowell himself Is confined to gallstatics CaptTgood prices were obtained bidding IIlgl1clluwas served on the ground Some or claywere10 mare mule coltsto J K Baugh man at Ills10 horse mule colts to ILL Berry nt 580 Mare mule to J If Baughman at 210 Two year old horse mule R L Berry J125 Pair very fine five year old marc nudes J H Baughmun 5466 Another pair of same very flee to J H Baughman for 476 Pair yearling mules to W C Floyd 333 Horse nlule colt Henry llnughraan 1611 Yearling fllly by Munson to Sam McKlttrlck for ISO 22 nice owes to R L Berry at T7B5 Two nice JenueU one to Wni Oh ens at 80 and other to J N Chris man for 560 22 nice 1213pound cattle to John Johnson at 5 I36 Farming Implements and household furniture sold wel- lGilberts Creek Mr Henry Spradlln has been assign ed to the Bergln lirady Co this atonal Mr Hutchison acid his farm to Mr Rich Miss Polly Traylor is at home tor n few days There was a large crowd present at tbe pie supper Saturday night Pies wrought a faJr price and the money will be appropriated for a good cause Farmers are busy cutting corn and ewlng wheat Mrs John Troylor has been on the tick list but is Improving soemwhat Frank Connett Is now manager of the Bergln and Brady Co Mrs Fred Moser is getting along nicely Miss Willie Traylor spent Sunday afternoon with her friend Miss Note nal Hutchison Mr McCarty the 4 i N carpenter Is making some Improvements at the I depotMr Will Uoclton captured a largo urtlo at Traylors dam on DIx river r Pleasant Point Hra dIUIi11 +tw R E Horton told his far mto rlrZDi- D sWeese of Yorkshire 0 for 12000 and bought of his brother John rior ton a arm for 1 1030 Sheriff McCarty sold the Fox farm on the Somerset pike near Highland to Mr Carroll for J1600- K Harmon sold two cows to Lutes Son for C5 A numebr of our people spent Sun day In CHncllnnatl Mrs D Baxter and daughters Chris tine and Sadie are with relatives here C Alford and M G Murphy went to Ol lye Saturday on business JraKouton pent Sunday wIth friends at Highland Wm Jenkins has been visiting reIn tives here Doc Padgetts new barn Is nearing completionA of tobacco passed through here en rote to Danville last week Jus Wall left for Lexington Sunday where he has a position railroading G W Ieach and wife were visiting the family of Harry Leach at Kings Mountain Mrs W 1If Powers who has been uttering with cancer Is Improving ve are glad to state Rev M S Smith filled his appoint lout at Parlor Grove M K church SundayRev S D Evans will move his family to NIcholasvllle soon We regret to give them up but trust our loss vlll be their gain Mrs John Leach has been visiting datives In Tennessee riMIItIuACLOSING OUT SALEI As I have to change climate- I will sell for the next 30 days- a full line of millinery dress goods trimmings and notions just purchased In the city at prices astonishingly low Tnis stock was carefully selected and rI It wIll meet the wants of this sj or any other vicinityII will sell It I opportunity should present N CORA S LIPPSI I nIu rri a- z THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY OUTOUKR Ztflh MU THE INTERIOR J OURNA EsUbltohed 1872 f HELTON SAUFLEYPubllshu Rtered at the Post Omce at Stan lord Ky as Second Class malL EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS JudgeTheauthorized to announce Charles A Hardin as R candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrist at the election to be held November 1911 subject to the action of the Demo CANT BEAT HELM 1 One of the best speeches of the 1campaign that we have seen Is b- 1Conrreastuah Harvey Helm of the t Eighth district says Col W p Wai rtonIn the Lexington Henild1 He rre+ Rents setts and hguredeo gracefully tit Our w yfaVfzfeDjan though a 1naWlll1la of sport of Cannon andhfa Clarkhalingwhen beta l1slarlseslalidaddresseefrom Illinois is not In order That beiI shorn of power will probably pine away cud die By the way Mr Helm has given one nominee of the Republican party cold feet and the other having been noml nated by the committee out of form the prospect Is that his 1600 and over majority of two years ago may be In t creased to 2500 Success Magazine BJves the demo ts8uretbtt probably a tie with fifteen doubtful districts In Kentucky it places both clQSeW1thelected in both The magazines con elusions are that the next House of Representatives will be almost exactly in even balance The probabilities t are slightly In favor Of a Republican 1fTajorlt1 qf two or three but It Is impnseiblo to predict with certainty at this writing which of the two par ties will organize the House The Eighth district may deride the matter so be sure to go to the polls and vote for Helm THE DEMON OF THE AIR IB the germ of la grippe that breathed in brings suffering to thOusands Its after effects are weakness nervous ness lack of appetite energy and am bition with disordered liver and kid neys The greatest need then is Flee tric Bitters the splendid tonic blood purifier and regulator of thestomacb Ilverand Kidneys Thousands have proved that they have wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the eystem and restore health and good spirits after an attack of Grip If suffering try them Only 60 cents Per fect satisfaction guaranteed by Pen IflysDrug Store Lancaster It A B Brown Jr sold a pair of work mules toa Danville party for 183 Mrs Dorcas Dabney one of Lancas ters oldest residents Is reported quite ill sad It Is thought she Is a vie tim of pneumonia W A Price had a colt valued at X300 to dig last week Robert Shearer was hostess at H most sumptuous dinner given to 30 guests The dinner was In honor of MSB Maude Shearer woh has been hvisiting here The sad Information has been re IIChumbleyhad been a sufferer for more a year past from tuberculosis and her- r death was not wholly unexpected Be tilde her husband she leaves four 4 mall children to mourn her early ucctlii The Misses Mount vnlortili tI elntoi handsomely In honor of Miss J Mcllobert guest Mime Heed of Texas t Rev and Mrs C C Brown and Mrs fi Mattk Duncan were In attendance at i the Synod which met In HarrodsburR this week Robinson and Miss Mary IjBurnes were united In marriage m marriage In the city of Lexington li this week The groom worked for the firm o Ball S lbrln hntng- been In business here for a number of years This wedding Is the calmln f a courtship of several years 1dU111In Mr Morgan Beazloy and bride of Stanford visited In Lancaster Monday Mrand Mrs John ADaughman and little son Of Dole been recent guests of Mr and Mrs Luther GIbbs Mrs Sallle Maret and daughter Miss Wade Lee of Frankfort are with Mrs Jack Adams Ms J W Eltnore and daughter Miss Lydia Elmore have re turned from a visit to llarrodsburg relatives Mrs D M Lackey and daughter sties Jeanlo Jacket were visitors of Mr and Mrs Herbert Price of Danville Thursday Mrs George McRoberts of Covlngton Is here for n visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Jim Rurnslde Mrs Jonas Hucker of Richmond Is visiting her rather Judge Wm Shugars Mr Louis 1hoit IRO and mother of Lexington are guests of Mrs Alex Walker Mlles Kanle Bishop Is nt home after a visit to friends In Somerset Miss Mar guar Chenjjult of Richmond U the guest of the Misses Amore Miss of Lexington came Thursday for a visit to Miss Mary c y or It MKS little McRolerW gave aneie 8 Tlt course dlnuet to Her young friend Miss Ruth Reed of Texas Mist edbaa been quite popular during hriatt In Lancaster Elder Pc M Tinder qf Jj brp va a Wditorjr lrutsdresldenc on Water tret for 5QWr ivIUf a i trapt of 3 12 acres adjoining It Klder render also sold his farm a mile north of here to Maurice Thompson for llJi3CO the ftlrmto slat d of 128 acresThe Chnutau jua Circle will meet for a month with Mrs Fred FrlEble Elder F M Tinder entertained In honor of his Bible class one evening recently The hours were from 7 to 10 Mr W H Wherrett wl celebrate his 85th birthday Tuesday NoV 1st Many good wishes will be showered upon this highly respected citizen and his excellent wife on this eventful day Lawson and Brown shipped a car of cattle oleo a car of hogs to Cincinnati W dnesday C H Robinson also shin ped a car ldad of cattle Wednesday W L Lawson to the Wilson Live Stock Co at Wilson N C a fine harness horse for I20 CAPT BOGARDUS AGAIN HITS THE BULLS EYE worfd 1 tineskot holds the chatllplonllhlp 10p pigeons In 100 consecQ relbot ls living Lttitoln JUl Inter vlewe IbY says 111mt d n bag tIme with kldrel trouble and uli d several wfttQV ttllh er medicines all oj Rave no relief until I started taking Foles Kid nay Pills Before I used Foley Kid ney Pills I had severe backache and pains In my kidneys with suppression and a cloudy voiding On dullbead the morning I would get aches Now I have taken three bot tieS of Folcys Kidney Pills and feel 100 per cent better 1 am never botb ered Iwth my kidneys or bladder and again feel like my own self Shugars and Tanner ConstipationCure Free With the first signs of constipa tion you resort to the home methods yourbreakfast of relief such as hot or cold water on when these fail The majority then start on salts and purgative water then change to cathar throughtheseall useless so tar as permanent results aplnbuta remedy made and Intended for the purpose you are trying to accomplish Such a remedy ai thousands can testify la Dr CaldwellB Syrup Pepsin which U guaranteed to be permanent In Its rev suits Ice ingredients are such that by a brief use of It the stomach and bowel muscles are trained to again do their work normally so that In the end you can do away with medicines of all kinds That It will do this Mr O Y Dodson of Sanville Va will gladly attest and towill Mrs S A Hampton of Portage O To those who are still skeptical there Is a way to prove these assertions with out a penny of expense Simply send your name and address to Dr Caldwell and obtain a free sample bottle After using it If you are then convinced It Is the remedy you need buy a fifty rent or one dollar bottle of your druggist and con tinue to use It for a brief time until cured The direction am simple and the dose fa small It I pleasant to the taste does not gripe and Is promptly effective and these statements are guaranteed or refundedIquarter of a cen ury taken by more druggists than any other rlmtlar remedy on the American market Because of its effectlv ness curlty and pleasant taste It is the Ideal laxative remedy for children women and old folks generally Dr Caldwell personally will be pleased to give you any medical advice you may desire for or family pertalnln to i absolutelyfreeletter and he will reply to you In detail For the free sample simply send your earns and address on a postal card or therwlse For either request the doctors iddress to Dr W B Caldwell JlJOOCald nil building Mnntlwiin III a Womens Secrets i There Ione man in the United State who has perhaps heard a more womens secrets thin any other man or woman In the t country These secrets are not secrets of guilt or shame but 1 li the secrets of suffering and they have been confided to Dr st R V Pierce in the hope and expectation of advice and help lf That few of these women have been disappointed in their ex pectations is proved by the fact that ninetyeight per cent of ell women treated by Dr Pierce have been absolutely and altogether cured Such a record would be remarkable if the CMC treated were numbered by hundreds only But when that record applies to the treatment of more than half a rnil lion women in a practice of over 40 years it is phenomenal u l Dr e to the gratitude accorded him by women as the first of 1specialistsin the treatment of women diseases Every tick woman may consult Dr Pierce by letter absolutely without charge AH replies are mailed sealed in perfectly plain envelopes without f any printing of advertising whatever upon them Write without fear as with rut fee to World Dispensary Medical Association Dr R V Pierce Prest Buffalo N Y DR PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION 2T1stoaWos1c Women troxat- l iok Women Well t One Doctor Only Oric No sense in running from one doctor to another Select the best one then stand by him No sense either in trying this thing that thing for your cough Carefully deliber ately select the best cough medicine then take it Stick to it Ask your doctor about Ayers Cherry Pectoral for throat and lung troubles Sold for nearly seventy years No alcohol in this cough medicine TCAycrCoLowellMtW Why try this thing that thing for your constipation Why not stick to the good old reliable family laxative Ayers Pills Ask your doctor II he approve this advice llftttiilal O i One good second I had lStlPER1kII 4 tJAAfN I S r of x se mmf ej t i 11 A B tgaitt j 1 SA n + J1 lip We H HIGGINS l Stanford Kentucky I o O OH foo o J H KENNEDYRICHM- OND + KENTUCKY Will be Glad to Ser e nyf his- LInroin County Friends and Ac 0 qualntances J REPRESENTING PETER BURtJHARD OP LOUISVILLE WILL BK L Dfb EXHIBIT bEflGN pF M ONUMENT AT REASONABLE PRIdEsaALL WeRK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION c OK tiIIItt mm national flank Of Sfaitford RtKttcky CAPITAL 6000000 SURPLUS 5 5008000 RESOURCESt S34000000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENTSW M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON BOOKKEEPERESTER ASST CASH HAYS FOSTER CLERK OmEOTOFtSi W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Pre chersville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek r FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 5216500 SafetyDepositOFFICER I S Mocker President- S TIHarris VicePresident H C Baughman Cashier W W Saunders Ind Bookkeeper J n Harris Bookkeeper DIRECTORS- F Reid J H Baughman- M D Elmore J M Pettns H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S Wocker W H Murphy RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a ice residence and place yourself in a to get the latest market quotations at any time This can accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small comparedwith the benefits received or address our nearest office or write direct to icadquartera Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Far mersLine rate If you are not at present service we KentuckyTennessee I Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL ds TEL CO UJfOORPORATJD R RMM IM I U M MMRI MRM MM M S STATE SANK TRUST CO R MR STANFORD KY MM fit Mk ItrtMM MM MMi Mu M M MM MM CAPITAL STOCK 50000 MM Officers MU t MM President W L McCarty MR Vice Presidents G L Penny J S Rice J D Eads MM Cashier J W Hutcheson MM Assistant Cashier C Hays Potter MM M M MUMM mmmm m mm m MMMM MMRM M M MM WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS MM Mi 1 1i1 l I R M i Ii ltll IiIii h U I t- a YOUR FEETI a w r t of a tor to to us G L If E y I I Sri in Far M all of a Call Dealer In And of and Port and Vases and Hetteos Office oDd Mo I II can the with the best as well as the freshest of cut flowers of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short 1 In with the I have all band at X y be cared for any of the body for and We to feel that our day or Work are the Very Elk As dry as a at 7J0 to height of the top a a I5fach top which we for 10 During not one a palm or the It its heavy sole lineu wit genuine old time calfMntM1 the price is THeMferiziesSHoe Most you know them by this timesoft comfortable and just good deal the best work shoe 350 made day For dry feet and long- wearing shoes come McRoberIs I Penny R Coffey R Coleman School Supplies For the Kindergarten for the High School for all We have the SCHOOL SUP PLIES needed Pencils Rulers Tablets Fit the children out satisfactorilyfit them out here and save money PENNYS DRUG STORE Rtanford Kentucky jLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm Alto Dealers Btture tting Rug9 They will exchange Furniture for Kinds Stock Give Them Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsMannfooturer Marble and Crahlto Monu ments Markers Cemetery Law works Kinney Ky- CUT FLOWERS SALE lurnlih pnbllo plants wreatheforconnection above reasonable- prtceiOHRISTMAN OREENlIOUREHKD etant7rd Must better than part You must have Warm Dry Feet Comfort health have every right every Shoes Best The Witch Powder Horn The best shoe made 875 and10 according We have shoe with have sold years that time half docrt have Done wrong wet feet only H J grades Stationery Pens Books FOR W Ae TRtBLEFurniture and UndertakingI Day Phone 28 I Night Phone 133 Stanford KenturKy r CONCRETING I W are In to do an kinds ot con creting such us Block Work FaTementi and In tad we can mate any thing from a house down to a fence post we can serve you promptly and guaranteelltolauw- ork and all and get our prices before you buy your material pt least PHILLIPS BROS j Stanford Ky II When Hungry GO TO Canons Restaurant Lancaster Btraat JCMeals JCIx Best place luwn for a load quiet meal Cooking speoialtySplendid Groceries Hot Coffee Handwtcbef ptegSutter milk and tweet jBtlkcto at all times tt t- iwe Aa CAS0N Pr resI t u FIUPAVQCTOBLR 213th lUIOTTr T iANFCMRD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL lrtu rnc f tI ur f t1 rt a q- 1JItF Y r r LADIES Black Latoca Umotf Soils ajlsizcs joo LADIES Bleached Ribbed Union SuitsT LADIES Peeler Union Suits SOc CHILDRENS Ribbed Union Suits 2fic and COC MENS Union Suits s8c j I t t I nilt v I 1 Jl ep I 1 c t SL SON 1 Stanford Kentucky Id seD75 cents U and 1L26 at Iennys Drug Store PER60NALSa Mr It tt Bright pt Dnnvlilo was hero pa Dullness Thursday J k Mutpbr iw sutfert withtdI left kat4 aa the rssult f a b4 burnt Mrs A H Severtinoetand little ton Heath were at Clnlnnatl this week to hllttt the little fellows eyes treated A 0 F ctlund of Louisville was here on business this week Mrs Bailie Goode of Boyto arrived Thursday for a visit to her daughter Mrs B D Carter Mrs Sara handle of london who baa been the guest of Mrs George D Wearen returned home Wednea dayMr and Mrs H It Young of Hlfti land are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a 1 pound barn boy in their home ludce John N Mcnefec Jr has returned from Lexington where ho nt tended the big banquet to the Shrln em He responded to the toast The Itoad to Mecca Tht Warren Grlgsby Chapter of U t D C will meet with Mrs W II JUg gins cm Saturday afternoon at 230 Howfrd Cnmnltz the famous base ball star Dr O 13 Williams Miss Edna Camnltz Mrs Walter Vanars dall and Mr McKee nitfe motored to- j Louisville Tuesday In Mr Hlltet tour- Ing car- Mrs JOt Coffey of Stanford is I spending a few days with MM Bland Ballard onJnIt Main street Daur vile A4ratt The Curreuti Event Club was de llnhtfully stertalned this week by bin J C lays The subject for the afternoon was the German Empire and Mrs O G Perry read the leading paper ltefr khment were served and the members and guests had a inokt charming afternoon Col H P Hawkins has as his guests at his home on the Danville pike John M Crebs Charles tier ry Roy Pierce and Robert Stuart all ot Carml III They will remain with Col Hawkins tor a week or mart setra tilts p4y J IIthmnti spentt4 rrn1 days nt uallat enn PB Dyaadas- M thef3 ltl J Adot Od Follows at shulbyvkfd 44l3ut Utff Crab prchard w Iinjw i fctand Ing rpnllnl fion ItIcfPf jlfce enj lltI year Jm W lttpfl oG loan Kapcaster ob na a rnptfbeto thlt noud o Me Handsomely eI rrf1t liirltatlons have been rteolved IIO1I Mr GeorgeKobcrt86iHiltnanvr quests the honor tit JosP1Nkpeace nt the marriage of HI4duvU r Kllse Chennult to Mr AJ prey Tilrncr Heed on the morning of Sunday the thir tieth of October nineteen hundred and ten tt tight oclock 1104 Koiitt Streel Iueblo Colorado Master Harvey Helm n young son of T A Brent Is Rick and threatened with pnoumonla Mrs J W Hutchtton and hand some little son Jam en Kdward have ictunmd from Owenton and have gone to Brodhead to pack up their lioitfclioM effects to move bore Col Jotn W Rout IB now traveling for the SweeneyShelby Company the popular wholesale grocery ut Junction City a L Depp of Glasgow Is visiting hw brother J D Depp In the West Hod airs Lou Shanks relumed Wed eBt day from an extended visit to her daughter Mr H Kirby Bourne a Newt Castle Mrs Bourne returned with her and will be her guest for a hart ttsIL- Jlrs George P nrlght has been very low for several days and her friends fear the worst Miss Fannlo Bearcy of Lawrence burg la tho attractive guest of Miss Kate Dals nancy II rowan Sautley Is carrying one tend tied up as the result aj sticking a rusty nail In It A Mrs James Corn and Mrs Ham Hurt of Lancaster are guests of Mr W H Curtis Karl Coleman and 11 11 C iruy spent several days In the cities 1 1 r STIOESt 1 i- a CQQGaOaQ H Q- iti Clai C DDQO ij f J iif t oIJ Forrtr er rod4 andtiina- llSTYLE Hti i H 00 v H t o o a a =a c t It hI i I J 1- tes41i Ii 1 T C c ft li OiilE diiJr 1- y t- yA iJ Shoes That Keep Your j nltKiHFeet 0 4tHiHHf HRYrtst I i Cummins Wearen MSFANFORD KENTUCKY j THIS STORE 18 THE HOME OF HART 8CHAFFNER A MARX CLOTHE t r r r SHORT LOCAL NEWS I J t i I TheDIxle Vaudeville Company wit bold the boards ntr the opera boast for one week beginning Monday night uttrittloB v 1ICblcomm- endiitAnd id tfeftonallf guaranteed 4hABJiuinKemvnt toiJbe freo tree by the maunpFtnent lobe free from any suggestion a vulgarity Prices 10 20 nridBO wit1 MIB CVMVYoutw wWhave her mil livery opening at Highland Saturday and Monday October W and 31 All art lusted F 0 Fresh oysters eter7week at New lands T w Cioocli the 0 popular turkey buY er Is preparing to operate In Lincoln Carey and adjoining counties agate this fall and will pay the highest market tics The first snow of the season tell today It was very light however hut showed that In coming old winter The Infant ton of Mr anti Mrs Isaac Shelby of Cloverdale Shelby Lily died Mondnj ntternoqn The funoml and burial took place Tuesday morning Or K M Green of Danville conducting the service The little fal low had been named Isaac Shelby III and his death wnra heavy blow to this popular family Jfv J U Livingston will preach at IMrinine Mill next Sunday at 11 A 11 hill sUu at nigh T H iw eilnR cUwed at IJne Grove Hutinduy right tUk W additions to the th chn1II tr ww a generali- wdlcening amcmg ihemembership S l- xiOrdh Tin y tpta ail that- heels Bailey Jr is the democratic uomlnen for representative and C llarvlelle the democratic nominee for Commissioner in their county to be voted for at thq coming election on Nov 8 The former is nn old Stan lord boy the eon of Dr and Mrs Steelo BaHey while UrHarvlclle is a broH rlnlaw of young Dr Bailey acing married Miss Isabella Bailey All of their Kentucky friends will wish the two candidate success but t ID said that their district has a normal republican majority so they they on In for a bard fight The Rnterprlse Company at Junc tion City whose mllllnR property has Lcen Idle for several weeks has rent ed the plant to Mr W H Dutman of Crab Orchard Mr Dutman will Imme lately reopen the place for business The machinery will be started Mon day or Tuesday The football game scheduled for this week with the bo a from tho D n at Danville was called off by renpon of tie deaf boys team becom ing crippled In a game there A aura ber of the local players and fans saw tho game at DmvllleWednosday when C U defeated Tulane University ol leanJ t6 to 0 C U seems destined to win the championship i C the Sfhto hntI the BOuth this year Harvey Helm has been speaking up through Madison roilliiv this week and meeting with much encouingemont He believes that he will certainly be re elected if his friends will only go to the poll on Nov Silt IIYerkesIs considered a miracle The horse became unmanageable and backed the bugjyr anti occupants over a chit Into n small stream Young McGrnw re celved broken shouluer by tho fall as the buggy and young Clarkson fell on lOp of him He was picked up by friends and taken home where he received medical uUuiuoii A l BODY BUILDER L FOR TOE == CELLS Ana TISSUES- A POWERFUL STRENGTH PlODUCI INO RECONSTRUCTION TONIC FOR THE BLOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM A Bstlle Porcbited Today Slants You I eight oa the Sold to Hesllk Guaranteed to Give Sane or Money Refunded SOLD tiY PENNYS DRUG STORE PUT TWO AND TWO TO I GETHER And figure out if we could afford to promise you your moneys worth and then not give it We are confident the values we offer in underwear can not be surpass ed any where and few stores will equal them Jt is your continued patronage we are after not a sin gle purcnase I r W CnlYPOWDERAbsolutely The only kahlMg powrftw made from Roya Crap Cream of Tartar- HoJUumNaLmaPtf piati Six per cent penalty goes on your city taxes Nov 1 Better pay up before then B IX Carter CpHpctpr For Sale Five pegscottage and alt necessary outbuildings well fenced Apply to Dud Holderman For Sale BricK Apiand two I acres of land on Somer ft street nisi cottage on East Male street house and 25 acres on East Main and a bouse and five notes ot land OB Dan vllle avenue Apply to Harvey Helm I 0 For sale prlrately my borne on Fall Main Street Mrs L B Cook Stanford Kentucky Hyomel has cured more cases of ca atarrh than all the catarrh specialists on earth Just breathe it very pleasant G L Penny guarantees it Com pleto outfit 1 extra bottle 50 cents Tho only true constipation cure must begin its soothing heallnc action when It enters the mouth Holllsters Rocky MountJp Tea restores the whole systemto a healthy normal con dition 35 cents Tea or Tablets Sold by Shugars Tanner The tax books otCrabOrchard Graded school are now reallY and taxes are due The penalty will go on Nov L The books will always be at the offlce of the Crab Orchard Banking Mss Ophelia Lackey measurerOQ s All who have papers for the Presby terian society will notify us at once ni we desire to ship in a fow days Mr8 J B Paxton Pres The creditors ot John de ceased will please fill their claims properly verified wits J B Paxton Immediately Mrs Clara D Traylor Admx n ere It men Caunb to thta MtkQ el tb rovctrr I than u tbetdlkaKa pot toKrtbtr and unto tbe Ian 110 be IIItIIIlIe run L treattW frata dawn tt a beat darae andany rtecr lcnlocal mSII rod by terutantty Lams o ace with kcal uratmnt proDouocrd It tacurttle rkoce bat proem eatanb to be a ll1 I dl tuf n4 Ibt lore rtqubn tclotltuUOlll treatment IauY Catarrh Cutts by F J CJUnty- CaJt Toledo Ohio k the onlr OontUtutlonal cute CD ropm toiE uvIt o0tuukl olcaactedtlrnettI onjbeblood ud muraiu awtacee 01 IM tTium 7bey eau one dollars tot any rue tt SaUl to cute eebd- Ir tlmilir ud tntlmonUu- Addrnt F 1 CHENEY A CO Toledo Ohio 1 Fold t r Orurcteu 7W TaU utlli famuy Flan tor ccnrtlptUon o Rev A N Johnson nn of WHmore Ky while holding u meeting In Texas several weeks ago was Informed of the death near Lod wlclt Texas of George Young com monty known as Wash Young a umber man formerly living near Pa- ducah Mr Johnson is a son of the ate Free Silver Johnson of this county He recently preached at the Methodist church here It appears that Mr Young was killed by being crushed by a saw log tn a lumber mill Mr Johnson was informed that tie left several thou sand dollars which Tils relatives in this State should inherit The money wilt be paid to the heirs of Mr Young when they prove their identity and establish their claims to their share of the estate WORSE THAN BULLETS Bullets have often caused less suN eying to soldiers than eczema L W larrlman Burlington Me got In the army and suffered wltb forty years But Rueklens Arnica Salve cured me when all else failed be writes Great est healer for sores Ulcers Bois turns Cuts Wounds Bruises and Plies 25 cents nt S Pennys Drug Store I NoticeIhave a saw mill for sale with 140hors power bailer 30 hp engine saw mill for sale cash balance in tyro loin Ud stxmqpt BI with good aotea KlBgo Meu tA n laaug Mill Kims McuBtahB Ky 3n t e LADIES Fine Bleached Vests and Pants 60c the garment LADIES Peeler Vest and Pants 25c CHILDRENS Vests and Pants 15c to 40c per garment v BOYSHeavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers 2rc MENS Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers 48c per I S Tonpressman faction evangelist garment Walnut Flat Jlr and Mrs Morgan Beazley were visiting Mr and Mrs B W mines hear here Anna little daughter of Mr arid Mrs J L JJ lticlIW who has been so 111 of fet9rstnl1ch Improved = Jie CbmccH6r tlellvered a bin6h of Ofj to Jonts d Cress sold some- tiMe ago at 8 cents B WOo Games sold 10 bdga td W B Land all cents also a good horse to Jrlmcs Beazley of Stanford for IJOOV D Price bought a pair of mules of M G Reynolds of Pulaskl for 280Mr Wm Tribble of Stanford Is having a nice new house built on hlr farm here which will wben completed beUBled by J B Wade pnd family Mr Trlbbled farm is part of the raw a I ous Owsley faro famed fon rich bhM grass and fertile soil Mr Lucien Pfklns the wetPknew stockman ot Garrard was fete Wem nesaaj c Mr Thomas is teaching till WatmSf Flat school i llJIlIT B At f ALraT Iftis quoted frotn a lettvrtof OJ Stockrr V 4nnibpr7tMp 1ret elr useddEpleys pM Turrertlatr first time Toraayrl jim frefuetKiteeF not half express my feelings ILbtsfall thy remedies I ever used c Iee tractcd a bad told and was thrcatsvet with pneumonia Tile tint dbBe gsvc great relief and 6ae bottle coBBpJeteSy cured me Contains now ojlntan Shugars and rftOSr WINTER TOURIST TICKETS 7TO FLORIDAAND I iON vtlASAle CAY t I I GOOD RETlr rt IPIL t S 1 MAY 31 III D 1 FruU11f4fcvl caU on or rrih I ticI1tgts uM TKtltel Aaut 101 EMJ IAarOY j 4 I J It l I I Ladles Id e l t mIi K 1 61 1 1 f A Large Assortment tf Correct Shades 1 u u j w E PERKINS 1 JIw ccifa ua IL R1iuhcl T Y Bumble W o I INEW LINE OF CORSETS 2you want to sure of your iijfc Wirszners Rust Proof Corset Theyaeyc first with every new style them in all sizes and prices We1iweIcarry American Beauty comfortable and desirable and see them before buying t I t HUGHES MARTIN CO j 1 IDry Goods Notions Shoes r IfTANFRD KEOTUqtyvUOU ui I 1 cR6Q10FOUB fHTiu STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALFItiDAY OCrfOUKR SStn W1U 11 JI- wtsrehaving I v STIRRING TIMES I in the bullrtlu i TXMBxry a lull line of Ilmelsaier iv eDt and everything else needed rtor fccUdIng Everything purchased i SiRWill lie found or the best gtua- lipar4ltfe1hest for intended purpose cave you trouble and unneces 1 VK7 tpazsa by sending to us for and M jvsxr 9 i 4T eAjLENf Stanford Kyi qMw s r HARNESS ON A HORSE n2i tcnlxk made so as to give him per rc1 as snort We carry everything It jeQitttK In harness nfyj horse goods I iTnt cfr the best nn most reliable Bata i3f you need Harness for snt oo or for ari Sli sulky you f 1 itv be best of its kind at 4 ce NICCLARY Stanford Ky 1 i fK l1Aii Ihd Winter Suitings ro 0 tov fell and winter samples are A o tjaoWeeatfy for your Inspection They esl KVAK tile best on the market 1 scaajiyaJt soy one as to price who ha- sal atcttea made to order A suit tzsGea your measure Is preferable c 3to Mafiy made clothes To have Oftcx3fttide to measure doesnt cost ci3 7rtJBOso than ready rnadt whea JgxalHy nd nt it COIOno tom dtJJUJd let B CJre vour meftura rU tUic We rrictical Tailor JtC McClary oJndartake3 and Embamer I STANFORD KV it fl4s intone 167 Home Phone 35 SHOW YOR WIFE iit Cje insurance policy If you want to E101P her mind She naturally w pries about the possibility of her house tfreia destroyed by fire Let us write you a policy in a good company to oThen whatever happens you are protected against the loss by fire TKe viy freedom from worryis Awaits more than the cost of the polls W S FISH SCTAWFORD KY PHONE 20 YOUCANBUt Your coal cheaper aright now than any rtime in the year Let us fill your 4 tins with our FOX C JRIDGECOALati cts per bushel tglean Coal Slacktt tl J H Baughman Cot i ITS ALWAYS BAD The rest of Bac Are Bad Whet They Ache and Stanford Peo ple Kncw It A bad back Is always bad Bad at night when bedtime Gomes Just as bad In the morning Ever try Doans Kidney P1IU for ItT Know they cure backache cur every kidney 111 tif you dont some Stanford peopk do Read a case of It Simon Raines carpenter East 91ain srec St141ford K says fcytnb guars ago I used Oonns Kidney Tills with good results 1 mot wltu an accVfrnl that lilroilght- on a rccurrencipty cinojv complaint I recovered 6O pat io Ll work fro batJrmained very 1pak then dhiniytt1Ing that required sloping wjjc b TK became very lame nnd pain rut UcUicmberlng what Doans Ktd iieyPlllnJvW done for me previously I procured a box at Shugars and Tan iiers Drug Slore and they gave em great r IN D anN Kidney I111s have my hlghestendoltllnIIj For sale b nil Price rOc roser1Ilburn l9i ButL5o New York sole agents for d States Remember the nameDoanNand take no othof NOTICE Not getting a satisfactory pric for my property I will continue business at the old stand GBPRtpfT I Moreland Ky A tonic thai Invigorates both old ad young For weak nervoas men women Evenlt t IDRHOAGS oJ tie guaranteed Gel tt TODAY PENNYS DRUG STORE FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Ageuts H F HILLENMEYERJSONS REAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over again In lessened doctors bill But you must be sure that It Is real It isnt th white bastn and nickeled pipes thai make sanitary plumbing It Is tin way they are put together Have 1U do your plumbing We have the know 0 howW K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky Sale of Hasionviiie Property Having other property In Huston vllle I will on Saturday Nov 5th 1910 sell the following described real estate One twostory frame house with 11 rooms arranged so that two families can live In Itj two back yards one extra nice vacant building lot oni extra large twostory barn a goot livery barn 2 large sheds 2 lastint wells one back lot This property Is well fenced and In i good repair has all outbuildings neces 1 nary and Is situated on Main and Col lege streets one square from very tint traded school one square from tht j Christian church one square rrorc i Baptist church and two squares troy Presbyterian church and Is In a splendid neighborhood 1 will also sell one Curtis Melt glassfront carriage as good as new two good high wheel sulkies twc I phaetons one twohorse driving cart one Hancock disc plow and 500 or GUI bales of No1 hat Sale begins promptly Rt two oclock Terns made known on day of stale For other pittrulara address bj phone or otherwise D S CARPENTER Hustonvllle Ky s 4 CARrEHNew Livery Depot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY a THE FARMERS 80 beat hogs for sale weighing fror 150 to LTC pounds W B Land Let me Insure your barns and to bccco W A Trlbblo For MaleA well Improved farm of 20 acres near Mt Salem hour hold and kitchen furniture stock an farming tools P H Woodson lIL Salem Ky 4S2J stetcattletons farm For prices call on or write C1 Bolion Lebanon KMp Strayed or stolen 1100 pound red steer Reward lor Information to E- SpoweU Son llustonvillc A beautiful pony cart and harness for sale Henry Hanklh Junction City Ky LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE lob ar Hnj3 shape crop ROCI with Bettor come quick tfM lley nolds Vaynesburg Two cattle were left at mpens last court day owner can it tltemby raying for this notice and their keep AT Nunnelley Stanrord kind D Yociira ot the Oreert Hter section Is said to be the boss potritc raiser Ho Is said to know how tc get the Murphys larger than anyone In his Mctlon Mr Yocum plains that he takes the lot he uses for his cows In winter and plows It up In the spring and then plants his teed potatoes After they are up a few Inches hu turns tho earth over thorn with a plow Rives them one more plowing when they are n fl- Inches high again and never touches them again alter that He says that bugs never bother him and ho has quite a refutation for producing size Charles nnd H U Lytes went tci Cincinnati Thursday whither they had shipped two car toads of cattle The formers was bought at from 4 12 tc 6c while the latter paid front 2 K to 3 12 for his which was mostly butcher stunt Mr A J Hayden formerly of Somerset but now of Boyle bought about 24 acres of land from Thos iMetcnli at 132 per acre Jones Cross sold 1C hollers at Lancaster court at f3 40 and bough 30 29jvpound hogs at Sl2 cents from Tom Ynntls sonic 1300 pound cattle of R L Hubble nt 5 cents W P Dcshon sold a cow to Ueo Uyehousi t for 22 I T A BreAt sold a mule at Lancas ter court for ISO N W Rogers Bold jto W n Burton three mures for J425 Marshall Newland sold a twoyearI old Ante Carlo horse to Taylor Noe ol BryantBVlIle for flu- E Cox sold 30 shoats to Ueo Sutton at 8 cents R D Holtzclaw bought scows of John Robertson of Crab Orel lard for JG3 J T Rigsby sold 1C hell ers to J L Hutchlns of Doyle al J3CO Phil U Thompson bold some hogs to Richard Williams at 10 cents A D Stevens sold a mule to J K Robinson tor 35 V C Cummln told a mule at Lan ster court to Sam I Harris for James Moset who sold his farm neir here a few days glace to M F Lawrence has bought the old Arnold place In tin Paint Lick section containing 16 acres for about 5000 J M Cress bought 100 barrels of corn of Fischer Herring at 250 de liveredA Nunnelley and Uriah Selby told 21 cattle at Winchester Monday at 4 12 cents T J Stigall bongbt SO acres of land of Arch Adams for 1600 and sold a small place to A H Stlgall for 500 S J Reynolds ol Crab Orchard hat a very valuable horse to die D R Dlshon bought three dry cows if John Robinson at Crab Orchard for 6t also bought two thoroughbred Durham cows for 70 J II Baughman Co lost a valu ihltf mute this wrek from lockjaw Ho tuck a nail In his foot and It was eon over with him Z ari POSTED iaui I The hunting season Is upon us and I nearly everyone wants to post his lace The charge Is 25 cents cash vlth name K B Ucnham T A Rico J W Hughes M J Hoffman 11 K Lawrence J H Acton Public Sale Hiving sold my farm to move to Somerset I will sell publicly on the reacbersvllle pike 2 lJ miles troll Stanford on- Saturday November 5th Commencing at ten oclock tho following property 5 head of horses I jack 2 jennets milk cows lot of corn millet sorghum all kinds Of tinting tools 1 two horse wagon 1 onehorse wagon buggy and harness lot of chickens good cook stove onsehold and kitchen furniture and Zany other things loo numerous to nentlon TINSLEY SPOONAMORE I Col J P Chandler Auct- ZANONESTANFORDi r Miss Zada Zanone of Lancaster and Ir Clarence K of St Paul I linn were marr d ut Iljartford Ky I ant Thursday rcnlnp The bride is 11 very attractive youngwoman and has many friends hero to congrntu II ate the groom Upon the winning of lady She IB arucb a popular young laitfthter of Mr Wet Zanone one or Unrrards most ubatnntlnl citizens The young couple left Sunday for the south where they will spend the wlntrr ScottsiEinulsipn is the originalhas been the standard forthirtyfive yearsThere arc thousands of sotcalled just as food Emulsions but they arc not they are simply imi tations which arc never as goodas the original Theyre like thin milk p MGQTT a heavy dream Ifjou want it thin do it ydiirselfvit1i water but dont buy it thin von SALE BT Aixcnnoatars S4 to samlot Wpr u4 tI a tor oar bootlfal B fIK Bask sad Child aktcltimk- Lck bask conUIrn S Oonl Lack Finmt SCOTT t BOWNE 409 Purl SL New YClfk JHT NOTICEI- In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District- of Kentucky In Bank ruptcyInillliuu W White a bankrupt On this llIt day of October A U 1910 It ordered by the court tout p the aforesaid bankrupt for dlechurge filed on the 21st day of October A D IJU it ordered by the corut that a hearing be hnd upon the same on the 22 day of November A D lllo before rrd cot t Covlngton In pId r trlct at lo clock In the forenoon o- as near thereto as practicable und that notice thereof bp published onl time In the Interior Journal n new paper printed In said district nnd all kiiown creditors nnd other person In Interest may appear at said time and plane nnd how r uie IT PI I have why the prayer of said pent oner should bo granted Witness the honorable A M J Cochran Judge of raid court and the son thereof at Richmond In wild dill trlct on the 2lst day of October A l 1UIO Jos C Finch Clerk W Q Bennett D C FARM FOR SALEI SO acres lying 1 1 = miles west 01 Highland a good cottage and outhouses barn etc 0 fields fenced about 35 notes In cultivation plEnt of water Reason for selling out no able to work on farm Price reasonable JAS A KING 604 Stanford Ky R F D No3 Box C5 For SaleA handsome pair or hor see splendidly matched suitable for J U Ipacarriage or harness tenm veil Bryantstllle Kf Notice of Sate on Bankruptcy In the district court of the United States for the Eastern district 01 Kentucky In the matter of Clarenc J Sipple Bankrupt By virtue of an order entered by J N Saunder referee in the above styled case I as trustee of same will on Saturday tic 5th day of Nov ember A D 1910 between the noun of 10 oclock A M and 2 oclock P M expose to public sale to the hignem and best bidder for cash In hand on the premises a certain tract of land situated on the waters of Green rive In Lincoln county Kentucky near the post office of Jumbo Ky formerly owned by D C Sipple and adjoining the Denham farm containing about 52 acres and also another tract of IU acres adjoining the above described tract of land bought by C J Slppln of Dr Alcorn also one half Interest In the corn crop on about 35 acrea o said land being the property of Clarence J Sipple bankrupt above nam ed This a tine farm well watered Iu high state or cultivation producing 8 to 12 barrels ot corn to the acre buildings fairly good liven under my hand this the 22nd day of October 11910R A DYCHB Trustee PUBLIC SALE 1 will at my residence one fourth rallt south of Crab Orchard on the Somerset road offer for sale nt pub lit auction on Friday November 4th 1910 At 10 A SI the following property lowlt Horse and mules tat hogs sows and pigs 14 shoats cows and calves farming Implements vehicles of all descriptions 100 brown leghorn chickens machinery or nil kinds hoiiHphold goods Including kitchen fur ulture also set of dining room furni ture consisting of sideboard table and chairs of the finest Kngllsh oak I sets of harness about 25 barrels of corn 200 balcH of hay fodder and tops in field und other property too numer ous to mention TERMS All bills over 10 and tin der cash In hand over 10 a note bearing 6 per cent Interest gilt edgo security WILLIAM MONKS Crab Orchard Ky I FOR MORE THAN THREE DECADES Foleys Honey and Tar has been a household favorite for coughs colds and ailments of tho throat chest and lungs Coutalns no opiates Shugars MEN WHO CARE Ij HB LANCASTER Produce WE HMc 1213c 78c Soo- Hldesperlb SALT Will do well to our new line Fall and Winter Models in Suits and Overcoats theI f no more than ordinary New Fair Hats course is a matter jfvbe comingncss The many good shapes this Fall make it easy matter weImeet any requirement Shape Color and SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky HE EE ilI = A FULL LINE OF 1 i COAT SWEATERS J u WJ A- NDUnderw t t I I wC if W L L SANDERS 1 Kentuckyi 0 Diamond Edge Food Cutters BUYER BranchT TODAY Roosters please show mans Price Notice that we say FoodrCutters food macer- ators choppers Cutters The Diamond Edge Food Cutter actually cuts the food clean a pair of scissors cuts paper The Diamond Edge Food Cutter is so carefully adjusted that the toughest tendons in meat are cut clean A Edge Food Cutter turns with probably half theDiameRIrequired other kinds as a result this principle It cuts meat into sausage shreds cocoanut i cuts slaw also has a pulverizer attachment for making out butter griCng pepper coffee etc The fastest cutter made Let us show you I E H FARRIS STANFORD KY beat We also do a feed KV Kinds of Stanford K ARE PAYING FOR Eggs 2 Hens 9lOc Fryers tic per Ib i c- 1540eFeathers AND FOR SALE OR IN FOR We can you Phone 153 j see of J the The of an as to 1 K i nor but as as in of rnnr OF If you have to aeH iu the to Nunnelleys New Ho buy and sel s day in the I except 8undsy1riog oa your stock Best iu till Slate plenty ot water coveted outside of Louisville or ledIJId KY general hitch and rexingtonI Norihcott All Farm Tuoor Mgr Turkeys Ducks LIME EXCHANGE PRODUCE Hat not anything STOCK Llllfr ITake Stock Yards year market with pens JC Riddle CRAB ORCHARDKY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today forIliens II 12 to Eggs 10eISpringers 11 ttl 11 l2c Roasters 505 l2c V t Turkeys 12to 13o f Ducks 7 to 8c Hides 6tl2t67cF- eSthers 7 15 to 43o Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chickwen Feed for sale or In Produce Phone 20