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The Interior Journal?: HTANFOItD, LINCOLN COUNT V, KKNTUCKY, KUIDAV, OCTOIlKIl 28th. 1UI0 No.7l FIRE BUG BUSY ON SOMERSET a PIKE ! I BURNED TO DEATH SHOULD BE IN CONFEDERATE HOME LOOKS GOOD FOR NEW DEPOT HERE L. Preachersvihe Mrs. Kalherlne llakcr the beloved wife or James linker, or Strlngtown, four miles cast of this place, died on the 18th nged 71. .Mrs. Ilaker Is survived by her husband and two children, both grown. Deceased was p. devoted wire nnd mother and u Chris- .Han lady She had been n member ot the Good Hope church for u long ume, was a ctiurch member moro than 10 j oars. The burial servlcoa were conducted by Hev. .Mack Hutch-Ins- . HIGH CLASS STUFF BJ ' OF THE PRICES HIGH 2 .10 A M , Thursday One of the bist wiles held In Linand was buried nt Junction t'ity lions W. II. Shank and It. L. Hub. coln county this season was thnt Crab Orchard? Ky.. Oct it. tl Fire, undoubtedly or Jorwidlnry M in II Ii .... 1 .ii'i l 9....J nf,..r m .ti ii'i . M. Ilrleht Inter h. M Yovvell - Sons, at their rami A lew days ngo as?l walked dowrY ble, S I Harris. origin. (Ipbtrc)fl ii tenant hanse on ! llev Siiiiinifim of (l&orue itimn Suieilntendent Snyder Just beyond lliiatont.llf last TuesM S Ilaiirhmiitrs rnrm TwvtHlnv nltfi't M the ' priniiueil inc iiinirni M.T- pj old stiiels-u- f his Crab OrrhiirU met an viewed high offlclnls of the l At nnif day Mi. Yowell hlmseir Is confined N. together with nil the r$rt(en'ts. friend Kll'i form 4 as bowed and fiber Mrs Mcdlrr w inoii to his bed suffering severely rrom infl and his b ihI was sttvered by the In regard to a new deot for Stanford A baby boy three l"VHll)r tf OHIO I'llil.li- - I ox .,au at Louisville Wednesday niid.retiirncd stones ,but his ons. Smith and James lived tbeie HUH in. fHimbVior some frotls or tru.v wlntc, ngu hiul wetkM old Mil Ives ., tune Mr. " W Thompson the wcllknown looked alter things und with Capt. V the fire or his aye, and ou his highly pleused with tht? mannor In Thn Plate Wfl. ,C(vfrp.l by ,,, brow the foot or mejSncholy had lft which their petition had 'beeq receiv- mnrKt gardener was hero last week T. D. HnglUli on the blockT saw that ed .and the encouriigemcnt given and Kit, tnieXe I rniSjinil . A lilu lioti.t t iintighmnn about fpv.ir otlork When told us thnt Dr. F! mil ford Warren good prices were obtained. A larse croivd was present suld my old friend wttiy don't ou go them. Is dangerously 111, at his homo near nnd bidf iilS, which. was.,n t'U. Somer While the rallroid oHclals Yniilli.; ding was very spirited at times. Mr. fnnnfv km wero flee Lick. to the uonfedernte Idlers' houie7" Jiiht north, or W' llnugli-mannot able to give them n positive J owell had a bunch or very high Said he ' If n tlcketMjthere only cost home place, Van, .reached, It Mrs Rachel Klllson. ot Wllllamsl that the depot would be built wn clas stilr. A rino burgoo dinner completely cnteloiteil in riamc ten cents I could notjuii)' one.' they promised to look carerully Into burg has returned home nrter n visit was served on the ground. Some or und it was seen nt unco lluit there CHARGED WITH DISTURBING A mist gnlbered my eyes as I tlr situation here, and do whatever to her sister. Mrs W. II. Smith nt the beet ralos made during the day was no chance to mivv It. llaugh-maWORSHIP. iiioiiKiu who my oiu menu is nun lii mwslble The local committee car- White's Mill. Mrs. Mollle Durham were. Immediately telephoned to Wil I who h bus been. remembered ried with them the lengthy netltlons was visiting Mrs. K L. Wilson. 10 mare mule colts'to J. K. Ilaugh-mn- n nun for the bloodhounds belonging to .' Ii 11 Voting Mlddlebnrg. Ort 27 tiiHt my father and mother had tolc wnian imve lieen so lias a new automobile. Prutt Thompson gnve a hat ride a nt u;:. generously sign, lapt V t! Miillikln, nnd Jumping or his family wlm they had me lie anil .Mrs. Young took n spin few 10 horse mule tolls to It. L. Herry automobile he sted to Danville to l.ilrly Sunday nnd pent the down known In antebellum days. Ills rath- rd by Stanford nnd Lincoln county H'olly nlnbts since in honor or Misses dny. Land and Llla Sprinkles, ol at I8U. people, nnd delivered them to the where he met the fust Cincinnati Ham Jmie nnd Miss C'laii llrown' er was a tiarmrd county man, who rood oiriclals for pcrsunl. These rail. How land, which was enjoyed by scv-trMare mule to J. H. IJaughnian at peSouthern train, mid wuhln four hour "i-i-r or our voung folks. in cu on a nine ri me residence oi net, thousand acres In iirass iiirm oi a titions recite the growth or both pasI Jin. nrter the bhue ("apt Miillikln mid bin .1 ,H iiinrneo here Sunday n palatial residence senger and freight business Taylor afternoon. Two oar old bore mule It. L. Master Jesse Kldd while cutting at Stan- do? Were on the trnll A The dogs The groom Is a on of Mr. V. C. Jones fnnlliif III., fiirnnlbo Ihn l.ntrln. lorn since the present unsightly sta- wood, cut his tors iery nearly off. Uerrv. 1 ST.. omeil to take the scent nt once, and CUO nun me is me pret nlug of the war he owned over Pair very trUd straight to another limine li- at insemiie oi air urine .'irs. iinuuo negroes lie was one of the richest tion was built, and call attention to He Is a son ol Henry Kldd. Verna, mules I. II. rine rive year old maro anu U upugiiier llaiighnuin Jlli'i. III. the section, occupied by ii family Unjwii ol Liberty lioth are populnr men that ever lived In old (Jarrard, its lack or proper and adequate ne- - little daughter or Fndo Parks Another pair ot same, very tine to Lommndattons at present The com- Frank Lrnklns Is better. Mr. Henry tiHm- -l Diitln, who had formerly lived but mlHfortune came and his prope- mittee lh veiy hopeful thnt the rail- Hlankemflblp Is very low, not expected J. II. Daughman tor 47(i. )omig people. at tJreat dlltlculty was wan rty V. J Sweeney has built qultn ty was awept away like mint before road will se lis way to putting anoth- to live. JAtipt. Garland Singleton was Pair vearllng mules to W. C. Floyd tad in awakening the male member ii iiiwnniip) rnt. er depot here earl) In the spring at visiting schools In tills section Thurs- 1333. iitii wiitvi- - ni i'f the family, but when rtnully arous-rsl- . mile which ban iijn iTmniii' m iin.w Improved tl appear- llors-When the CUM War hrnkn tint mi the latest day. mule colt Henry llnughman they denied all knowledge ol In,, anc' of his property greatly. The younu hero li'ssed his sweetli-ar- t and Misses Itoxle Spangler and Addle Jn. occurrence A nenrrli narnmt wan l doc'or appear to be doing a prospera thoroughbred anu rolloweil filly bv Munson to Sam Scott, or Orillln Station were attendi it Thursday how ever, and search Mm pnictlce Crab Orchard. the (Sort loved Morgan Into Dixie land ing county meeting at Hubble. McKlttilck lor JSP their premise made by Dink FarK 'ones Is turnlsblng i.hws for 22 nice ewes to H. L. llerry at ffi ,.,.,,,.. lln It. G. Pettus sold two steers to U mer, uiit nothing could be found. .Mr the Danville Advocate fruiii this sec und t'nplaln Tom Shanks Company; !7.5. D. Iloltzclow at 4 cents. Mitchell .uiil family were away at tlon Two nice jenaets one to Wm. Olv-en- s wn The !udlek ot the captured on tin- - tumours Ohio the tme of the burning, he being at Mr. G. W. Spangler who Is a close A rew our farmers have begun raid nnd Imprisoned with Morgan In will hold an exchange llaptlst church nt 8U and other t J. N. Chris-ma- n at .Mr. Itubnrt observer, says that he never saw an the home ol hi brother. Charles .Mi- shipping of tobacco juid the qualltv Is the Ohio penitentiary and transferrqd Kdn.lston's storeroom, on for $30. tchell on tli-- plare ol I Saturday, Autumn as this, which has been so . Hangman. line 22 nice cattle to John I.Vfim the ."til or November friim tli.ir., til fuliiti IWmivIn, No one hail bet II inside of I'Jensc don't tine. No rros yet and now It Is Oct. house Sun-da- . Jmlgi- Lincoln Welln was here Johnson at ..JU. by tunnelling under forget the date. We ask that all the there be Tor turnout two week, and there Is no W. K., Miss VlUle Koglc and Farming Implements and household ladles, make liberal donations, and be wan miiii six oi nis comraiu-H,witw.i) in which It could hale caught MtWIii-rieHev I. K. Ilobeits will 'preach at turnlture sold well will Miami .the. Sunday the Ii,itn4ril nml rnrttiiriWl nn Ihi. rmt. pi'es-- nt fire had not a match been applied. the Metnedlst church uext Sunday. Sunday Jchool Union at Valley' UaK. Mr (Iforge lironnugli has It U Scllcved that the hiMine wan first Mrs Hubert .l(in 'anil ha1y. of Dunn sldn. Ilnally bribed a giimd and lea Io Mr. Henry lllankenshlp continue? cnpeii then went back to confederacy r take a position as bookkeeper for th" robbed, add then burned in an J .Mr. and .Mrs.-J.'- . C. illle are with tlaiigerqiibly III, nnd not expected to Gilberts Creek. was wdiifided nt ' Mellon Teiiu., by IJ. It. at Waslota. fort o conceal the crime A view ol Jones on thr l.l'iwrty pike. . . YVhnf .Mrs .Mason Morris and son Win. live. hnlnt- - bliul tlirniti-l- i Vntli lili)-- t the bu)MliS after II hatlburned down, Mm. K lloiiglna and' Mr. A. D. Stevens were .Mr. Jhes in stiftered fur tfte cause they Mason left lor Muskogee. Okla., their snows trace of sctTnt, Jars of W.fin, rtanvm churgitig tu r Uall .Mr. .Mr Henry Spradlin has been assign tdopted lum alter a most delighted visiting relatives at Rowland. "keUhup which wrfi more or liit FiEparli of artestiil and the caie vith itiveu. will peace and Mis. F. F. Cummins and little A Urge quautlt) of line lonxumed iiflcu think or the picture painted and btaeflilal visit with her sister daughter Miss Allle May, or Crb Orch ed to the Dergln & lirady Co., this V Ponie up here Wednerilav Mrs. J. month. iirette-te- i. was nloniMMu' Ihln bill Holdam. .Mrs. Hr.ldain acPet-tan.e ti'irulay School I nion or the b.v lieorgla's gifted sun. Henry W, Mrs. then U no trace of them and It fV, ?tiili Iviititnrkv Aasnelntlon will be (irsdv. "when In April 1.MJ5 under- - companied then ns fr.r as Louisville aid were visiting Sutton Ilebecca Ml. Hutchison &cld his rnrm to Mr. Mrs. W. T. who formerwhere sh,. will rmnln during the believed tbat they were among the lii.titli in Hint,, rrim nt Atinomiitt-ialley ly lived here has been quite ill at her Rich. plunder taken from the building be Ili'tit atIS mile Oik llapllst church Oram took Lee's sword In surrender. week before returning hrme. Miss Polly Trajlor Is at home tor M. O. Kennedy and south or here next .Mrs. Charles Itulhlege, passed away home in Garrard fore (be lire wan kindled und'T It. on here will snd mere Cnrl every raggeu gray cap me Saturday A. M. the iJnd, nrter a lin- wile. Wm Akers and wire, Win. a lew days. were Sunday. The churches oT I tin sword oi suspicious tracks Several Almlelitv luiil a report the Sunday l.nril Ilanke and wife, llev. Pierce Bryant There was a large crowd present lound nboul the house, nnd this ltt dilefates nnd his imperishable Knighthood." Think gering lllnexs with tunercuiosls. She ind others were .Mr. and Mrs. S. D at tbe pie supper Saturday night. Pies leaves a husband and three ctilldren I will probably be laid i hiail. other evldente K. G. brought a lair price and the money Carpente'r guests Sunday. It I: l.ee. Jnme Adams and of tnis ntggeti giy nanu wno lor lour besides many friend ltv. to mourn before the grnndjury when It con-envn.ir, Ulllard Neal enme down from lirove glons hmlba)held (iiunt's teemlnc le loss. She gate her heart to Jnsusher Smith nnd family were visiting Mr. will be appropriated for a good cause. next mouth. a at the were the salt ot tew Thursdiy night and 12 o'clock Farmers are busy cutting corn and months ngo and united with tho nnd Mrs. J. M. Cress. Jesse atUrown The loss to Mr. llaughman In the pi th earth. Uee sewing wheat. During her Illness has been visiting relatives Baptist church will amount to but a few hun- swore out writs for John Hamilton house Not long since I attended the funer- the gave sufficient testimony ot Daly Kloyd, Harry Sab Sir Mitchell, however, Prank Cain. Mrs, John Traylor has been on the her Lick. David Adams dred dollar chilot Judge M. C. Sautley at Stanford. Mr. and J. C. Wall charging lost hi all and a subscription paper )irs disturbing religious worship them al was a man whom I greatly admir- faith nnd trusAn Jesus nnd willing- dren, who have been andorthree are sick list but Is Improving soemwhat. 111 rever The He ness to go andb with him who lind was pained about town to raise a with Frank Connett Is now manager or Is some Mar ed, ii lower. a Jurist, and orator and prepared her soul for the mansion better. Frank Lyklns Is very better. the-- llergln and Brady Co. fund to assist blm through the winter vrlts weie placed In Constable III or Hays He was taken to his last and by 10 o'click a patriot Ion Ulacks hands We express the comforting Mrs. Mary Jane above. Mrs. Fred Moser Is getting along r'rldij morning ho was marching the resting place wrapped In it Confeder thought that her spirit has now taken heart trouble at her home at Harnicely. bovs up m the Squire' olflce. Thev ate Hag. Football Victim (ossesslon or her "Inheritance amonr mony. Miss Willie Traylor spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. T V. Shaw visited Mr alt denj the charge and say they will As the bod) was borne trom the til these which are sanctified ' und atternoon with her friend Miss Nore-nbe able to prove their Innocence when residence Judge J. W. Alcorn walked beckoning her loved ones to follow. and W. King at Gum Sulphur. FIRST ONE OF 9EASON HERE 18 their trial come up tomorrow, Wed- In tront. by his side a gray haired Hutchison. The funeral sermon was preached by Mr. W. P. Dlshon has qualltied as Mr. McCarty the L. & N. carpenter nesday. BURNSIDE HUFFMAN I'hlettalc; It l enough to say his name Dro. Kimble at her residence, alter administrator or Mrs. Mary Spratt. Is making some improvements at the Kev. W S. Taylor of Durgln Is hold- was llieckinrldge. There fell In be- which the remains were taken to lately deceased and Is now winding depot. The Unit football victim In this vl ing a meeting at the llaptlst church hind his casket his old comrades In for Intererant. up her attains. elnlty I llunmlile Huffman, the 14 at Unite and the disturbance occurr- arms, thev were the greatest body or Mr. Will Uodton captured a large The Goshen nle simper was a suc urtle at Traylor'a dam on Dlx river. year-olaon of Mr. A O. Iluriman The ed while he was preaching Thursday men that ever paid last respects The nle cess. 127.73 being realized. youngiter broke his right leg lust ntternoon Ottenheira to a brother soldier. brlnglns the tbe most, 12. was baked above the ankle while playing footThe Champion llrldge Company, ot lint returning to my subject; who by our handsome school teacher, Miss ball at the public school List we' Ohio, tas contracts for Is my old hero who once wore the Wilmington, Pleasant Point Mr. Itlchard Wlntles has nalnted Kmma Holtzclaw. Hi physician set ttv member and he building two bridges In this county a heart ot gold: He Is John 1:1s residence. It Is quite an Improve Miss Salllc Cooley aged about tu. Ii resting as comfortably as It Is pos- and the work was io hate bon com- gray with --One thing I must state that died near here last week f pneusible for a lad of that age to, lying In pleted by September 15th but up to dalter could be lett out that is he t ment to our little town. I wish It. b I lor ton told his tar mto J. M. Mr. A. Itoerel and Mr. Zimmerman, iTinnln bvd Ills limb was carefully set and this good hour nothing has been county now an inmate oi the Lincoln Mrs. Mary Jane Hays is very III ot- DeWeese, ot Yorkshire. O.. for 2.0l0 from Nev Austria, Ky., will come he will be out again within the course done house. here to visit Father Leo. heart trouble at her home near liar- and bought or his brother John Hor of a few weeks but will hardly play seems to be losing dooiCaleb Power to the soldiers who Mr John WenUel i..., .no ton a form tor IL030. our wholesale mnn'i l.lck. football araln this season cit In popuStrlty since he has been followed Morgan. Cant John Salter merchant Is trying to paint his Mr. Thomas Y. Shaw went to LouisSheiirr McCarty sold the Fox rami The up In his true llgjit. shown as a delegate to the grand lodge on the Somerset pike near Highland the Confederate bol store. ville ticket (rowd that met him at Liberty, yes- get a home? to I "" sincerely At tho German Club House formerly last week to Mr. Carroll for I1S00. Skin Affections terday, Monday was very Uisap.olnt-i- dlers' Mrs. D. J. Rlgsby It. Ill or rever at W. B. HANSFORD. K. Harmon sold two cows to Lutes cheese factory. It was decided last that bad been made to drum up & Son for $67. ,Th.. inmrlnr Journal will be glad Sunday to work for good roads. Creek. her home on Cedar ror hlra. an audience It seems our telephone line is In A numebr of our people spent Sunto lecelve and give crtdlt In the paper James Singleton or Crab Gi chard, day In WHETHER INFANT OR CROWN Cllnciinnatl u any who may wish to eoniriDiuc good trim at last. 111 typhoid fever. with Is ERSON CURED BY ZEMO The young ladles who left for Mrs. D. llaxter aud daughters Christowird a fond to detrny the expenses Hubble AND ZEMO SOAP Your correspondent accompanied tine and Sadie are with relatives here are to the Confederate Cincinnati and tl, this veteran well and contended but do not forget Mr. R. T. Lunstord to Stanford, a tew C. Alford and M. G. Murphy went I lonie their home. school has been closed tor a Our days sltice. where that gentleman to Olive Saturday on business. An Unusual Offer Mr Charles Jacobs svnd Mr .Ioa?nh Ira Kouton spent Sunday with Penny's Drug Store saya to every few days on account or a dyptlierla tne Fiscal Court ind 1 uclen have done a great ileal nt went before Highland. Dripping Springs person, be !t asan. -- orrmn or cniid, ecsre. on the road friends at work In Fatter Leo's house- - thanks. made a very timely talk Wm. Jenkins has been visiting relallev. P. II. Davis or LouNvllle. will who baa an Irritated, tender or ltch system or our county. His talk while tives here. lug skill to come to our store and pro- begin a protilicted meeting at Mo Doc Padgett's new barn Is nearing Mls Kate Wells or near Crab Orcl cure a hottlo, ot Zcino and a enke of Klndree Wednesday night. not very lengthy, was one or the best .l IB Cedar Creek . II. Dunnagan bom T. v. Kanmn itiu I.. An Alfn.-- (tin Tunnu urthnAl thtu ino Zemo soap and If you are not en as It contained so many practical sug- completion. hlgb ytur very hiiccessruuy. A load of nice tobacco passed tlrcly satisfied with the results, come n ivalr of hone mules lb gestions which wo think would. It put llnrk D.ivls boueht some wheat ol liiug uis uruiuer a. i piwui insi un So back and get your money Mrs. W. A. ttrent has Just returned in practice, make very noticeable Im- through here en route to Danville last am Cooch, ot (ioeliou at It. or trig Inr SS9S week. are we of the efficacy Mastir Itu&sell iioimnn nas nau a from visiting her sister, Mrs. lllrdle provement In the condition of our Jus Wall left for Lexington Sunday J. M. Sloan or Uryantsvltle was vl den ii, simple treatment, that wu make verj bid Bpell ot Uphold tevcr but Is Ilrent at North Salem, Ind. Oscar highways. He urged the county juuK where he has a position, railroading. day. j on thlH imiikual offer. her. will It G. W. Leach and wire were visiting I'ncle Jerry Smothers got one of recovering. In Is learted that he nom Hreni returend withwill soon leave to 7.KMO la n clean llmild for external Kanada Itogors his lower limbs to Invite the citizens of Lincoln coun the family or Harry Leach, at King's use that has cum I so many cases o? his mules drowned last week In Hang- be crippled locate In McLean, III. the ty to como together and discuss Mountain. eczema, pimples, dandruff nnd other ing Fork. He was hauling water for Its etftcts. Mesdames F. M, W;ire and Mack Mrs. Johnson Is very 111 or heart a pian Mr L. proposed M. Powers who has been rorms or skin eruption. Zemo and his engine and drove In too deep. Mrs. W. Speed Mason ha been quite Hubble, or McKlnney have been visit- situation. Mrs. Jennett Campbell Is visiting trouble. ZKMO soap are sold by dnK'nts wnlch would, U adopted soon place Mitlerlug with cancer Is improving ing Mrs, N. A. Garner. ill of stomach trouble. In Stanford by I'enny'a her brother James McKechnle. nnd Henry Catron Jr.. and brother our county In tho forelront as builder ah are glad to state. Mr Dabney uavu raised me largJ. C. Itankln has moved to his new Drug Store. 7.KMO nnd ZKMO soap Hev. M. S. Smith rilled his appointsweet potnto ever seen In thla Othar Catron have gone to Indhvapo- - of. cood roads. The court accorded est ment are Uw most economical at well as the home In Oarnird. secllou, vhlch Is over Cour pounds nolls. we Sundayat Parlor Grove M. K. church best attention and cleanest, and omst effective treatment Thero was no preachmg at Mr. Hussell Dlltlon has Deen tndlst the spenker the In weight. last Sunday on account Jt Hev. S. D. Kvans will move his raml return for affections ol the skin or scalp, leel sure that some action will soon it. ii,.,,iicur uviij has lustwith bis posed for the last fow days. whctLtr on Infant or urown person. the pastor being sick ed trom tlranlte City and Is Mr. Henryfish, or ML Vernon Is be taken that will give us better roads ly to Nlcholasvllle soon. We regret News Is scarce about here now, brother Mr. J. T. Wells. to give them up but trust our loss tlcitlnc Henry Catron, Sr. erelong. Now Is tP time lor your correspondent has been on the CINCINNATI MARKETS. Our old friend and schoolmate, Mr. Mr and Mrs. Steve Estes, of Kirks-tllt- e county to awaken from her slumber will be their gain. Mrs. John Leach has been vlstting sick list for some time and can't get nihmiM la runntna: a saw millspent a row days with Mrs. Car Cincinnati, Oct. 27 Cattle out to hear much. and bestir herself and make tbe start relatives In Tennessee, here aud other business formerly con- . rie Kstos and ramlly near here. 1.019; market steady; fair to ducted by Jesse is Bingieion, ucvm-cdKellglous services fcere at tho for good roads, putting practical road e 6.2B.,25: common TO THE PUBLIC good shippers church every second and fourth Sun- men In charge of the work, with Hogs receipt 3,812 ntir. J2.25WK.60. u.- iiitf.iuMi io take this method day. for their services, compensation CLOSING OUT SALE) SAVED FROM GRAVE. ket 6fl10 cerits lower) butcberu and .AMn..imiiiHnr .ipiisit 1). Wearen. Miss Myrtle Kstes has Just returned r 3hlppera 8.7G8.8l: common 5(T The Insurance Man. Stanford. Ky., to in 1....1 nt.nnt ivn nn hone, alter near from a pleasant tlslt to Lancaster re- and at the same time let these be very 8 2f. Sheep Kecelpts 1,072; market As I have to change climate bond for the MtlUjil performance the Insuring public, tor Ws settle-u- t ly lour years ot suffering form a.. se latives. I w'll sail for the next 30 days ... steady, !tf4 Umbs steady, H.20 prompt attention and liberal The I J. man spent a fow hours of duty. Then let our road laws be ven Uing trouuie, writes . 15.65. a full line of millinery, dress people Wednesday loss or our entire Btoclc or merchan-oise- tii. .r ctarlnvilln Tenn. "Often the here with not cumber our statutes goods, trimmings and notions Tho I. J., enforced and while at Turnersvllle. Ky. Dat nalri In my chest wiould be almost un- nnd noted above items. With an annua. Signed Lutes Hro. bearable and 1 could not do any work. now lias a good reporter for this sec as dead letters! just purchased In the city at AND CHARITABUE ed A 'GENEROUS for t.irnplke roads of 116.prices astonishingly low. Tnii WISH. ui.tu.n, but Dr. Kings isew nnu nerson. US tion who Is sure to rill me piace nc ,..i iiua n - : itoek was carefully selected and mn ...nnlMiuenteil hy an annum i'P : ii I Hn.l. THE BLOOD "" " "I villi all might know ot tho bene , IlllUDleg. mane me vnlre In why It w'll meet the wants of thla M for the .n...in best medicine made cougus, throat and rit I received from your Foley's Kid prlatlon or 10.000 for dirt roads, or any other vicinity. bolls, sallow complexion, n Jaundiced lungs." Obstinate MtuiWNt rtuinn- - Is thnt we can't have as good roads A RELIABLE ney remedy," says I. N. Hogan, nsth-ma- , it will soil It as a whole If an fj and bladdor look, moth patcces una uio.-hbARCOTIC colds, hay rever, la grippe, mer, Mo. His kldno l.arrard?Tbe ank signs ot liver trouble. croup, bioncbltls and hemorrhages, opportunity should present. Get the genuine Foley's Honey and as Doyle. Mercer or kuvu him so much pain, misery and tho skin.-a- ll y eld gate whole make Is S. LIPPS. annoyance, lie could not work, nor Itut Mr Kings New Llfo l'llls rosy noaiscness and whooping cough, Tar In the yellow package, uo it opiates. swer which will best cover the Heme-dKy i.iumi! uive clear skin, - ...... .!,, which Will ConUlns nulckly to thU wonderlul medicine. and elfoctlve. sleep Ho saya Foley's KidneyShugars .7 r.n. nn,i ii. Trial bottle tree. Kefose substitutes. Biiugurs uuu i mi SCOpe Ot IMS turn 'in"""" ' cheeks, rino complexion, health. Try completely cured lilm Drug Store Uuriranteed by Penny s Drug Store. down. U In short, lacic oi b,w.u not ner them. 25 cents at Penny's and Tanner luii-mlnA.- HOUSE ON M. S. BAUGHMAN'S PLACE RODDED BURNED. AND-THc- rr.un m i.nzitiieiii me two jeiir old daughter of Mr. nnd .Mr t tl ... t kill (III I, nf mm' n Otn.M.f !tM Ul It.... II Olll(J It III tloii net henteir on lire nt I '0 with a match Hh" Wt-dnc-s AT YOWELL'S SALE BIO CROWD ON HAND AND LIVELY BIDDING CARRIED MOST Iil.iti at PATHETIC STORY ,OF ONE OF LOCAL COMMITTEE CALL ON MORGAN'S HEROES NOW IN 4 N. OFFICIALS AND ARE POORHOUSE MUCH ENCOURAGED t' - ...ch....,hn .,. 1 dTnt-fne- -- "p. s fapv i Jlr li Hew-lan- iu e got-te- n ,,.,, rnt-tmi- 2 1,213-poun- d 111 s Jd' 1 r'-- al e 'IVfl. .aJBM' - Chi-ciig- j ;",v vs con-lldc- i.... i.iiiti am-pi- . un-de- .i,. the-goo- tub l'r y " i s .ii. ,.i ..... .- SCORA r - - - nr Jm jX. r.fi.Witr? -- X"X. lMfcartta4:V.Jc:-XJiMWJ W JilJlU JHr'I'Wf jjJ(BMHPfc ij THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Heazley and bride, of In Lancaster Monday and Mr. and Mrs. John Daughman Established 187JL little son of Uoyle hae been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther (llbbn PublUhsr Mrs Snllle Mnret and daughter Miss HELTON 6AUFLEY Wado Lee or Krnnklort are with Mm Entered at toe Post omce at Stan-lord- . Jack Adnms Ms J W Klmore and dauehtcr Miss Lydla Elmore hne reKy., ai Second Class maJL lumed from a lslt to llarrodstiurg VERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY re!atlu Mrs. I) M Lackey nnd (latmltcr Miss lennle Lnckcv were POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS lsltorsof Mr. and Mrs Herbert Price of Danville Thursday. Mrs. George McRoberts ot Covington Is here for n For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorized ls't to her parents Mr nnd Mrs to announco Charles A. Hardin as n Jim Rurnslde. Mrs. Jonas Rucker oi Is visiting her father candidate for Circuit Judgo of the Richmond Thirteenth Judicial dlsUlst, at the Indge Wni. Shugars Mr. Louis Phrnnre ami mother of Lexington 1U11, i lection to be held November, Miss subject to tbe actwn ot the Demo- - guestn of .Mr? Alex Walker. Kanlc Itlshop Is ft home niter n visit to friends In Somerset. Miss MarCANT BEAT HELM. garet Chenault of Richmond Is tho Miss Misses Elmore. One of the best speeches of tbe euest of tbe came nnn Hocern of Lexington campaign that e have seen Is b' Thursday for a visit to Mi's Mary ConrfMhiAn Hnrvey Helm of the Doty. ElghUi district, says Col W. P. Wal- 1,1 Miss Lettle McRoberts gave an eie-ton In the Lexington Herald, lie eant course dinner ia Reed of Texas. Mlsn facts and tlguros' so gracefully friend Miss Ruthquite popular during has th.it the wayfaring mjan( though a Reedstay Inbeen Lancaster. f6l ,'inust ba attracted by mim. In her M. Tinder" bought of R. lS. Elder F, addition ,to kit ergoBients, hd makes truroe' residence on a good deal of sport of Cannon and his brown a Kit IDA V, UUTOilKR 2MH, mo The Interior Journal Mr. Morgan Stanford vMtcd old reliable fimlly laxative Ayer' Tills? Ask your doctor No sense In running from one doctor to another! Select the best one, then stand by him. No sense cither in trying this thing, that thing, for your cough. Carefully, deliberately select the best cough medicine, then take it. Stick (o it. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for throat and lung troubles. Sold for nearly seventy years. No alcohol in this cough medicine. j.c.AyerCo.,Loicell.Moss. Why try this thing, that thin, for your constipation? Why not stick to the Rood approves this advice. If he One Doctor Only One YOUR FEET 3)M ' Vv Must be better cared for than any part of the body. You must have Warm, Dry Feet for Comfort and health. Wc have every right to feel that our every day or Work Shoes are thc Very Best. P O 0 m wcO10O0O00wtO0O' One good ''III "The Witch Elk" As dry as a Powder Horn. The best shoe mad, at $70, $8.".r and $10, according to height of thc top. Wc have a shoe with a top which wc have sold for 10 years. During that time pairs have '1 not one half a dozen fJWBaWEir'f'KL -- J WslsHasHM-FTlJO'OTsssSsSn'JiKp ionc wrong or wet' thc feet. s S 15-in- pre-fcch- )""i. m t S0MRIOR GRAIN f ? mv " two-ttor- y with a acres adjoining It, Elder Tinder also sold bis farm 3 miles north of here 'to Maurice Thompson for 15,360; the farm consisted of 128 acres. The Chautauaua Circle will meet for a month with Mrs Fred Frltble. Elder F. M. Tinder entertained In honor of his Bible class one evening recently. The hours were from 7 to 10. Mr W. H. Wherrctt wll celebrate his S5th birthday TuesdaySNov. 1st. Many good wishes will be showered upon this highly respected citizen and hi excellent wife on this eventful day Lawson and Brown shipped a car of rattle nlso a car of hogs to Cincinnati Wdnesday C H. Robinson also shin ped a carMdad of cattle Wednesday Success .Magazine gives the demoto the Wilson Llvo V. L. Lawson crats lfiS Congressional districts Bure, Stock Co., at Wilson, N. C, a fine the Republicans 160, with a total of harness horse lor 1250. probably a tie, with fifteen doubtful districts. In Kentucky It places both CAPT. BOGARDUS AGAIN HITS the' Ninth and Tenth districts close, THE BULL'S EYE with probability of democrats being In both. The magazine's conelected clusions are that the next House of world famous rule shot holds Th- ohnnminnRhlo record of 100 Representatives will be almost exact- t, ly in even balance. Tbe probabilities in mo consecutive, shots Is are slightly In favor of a Republican living at Lincoln III. Recently Inter- majority qf 'two or three, but It Is viewe Tie says; "I surierea a ions Impossible to predict with certainty time wljh kidney and bladder' trouble Sidney at this writing, which of the two par- onrf used several remedicines, all of which gave oKM- ties will organize tbe House. Foley Eighth district may deride thc lief until I started taking The y matter so be sure to go to the polls ney Pills. Before I used roieya and Pills I hud Bevere backaches and vote for Helm. pains In my kidneys with suppression in On ar and a cloudy voiding. get dulls ing headTHE DEMON OF THE AIR the morning I would Is the germ of la grippe, that breathed aches Now I have taken three feel Foley's Kidney Pills and In, brings suffering to thousands. Its ;.. hotter. I am never both- after effects are weakness, nervousmy kidneys , o bladder ;.na ed iwth ness, lack of appetite, energy and am"bition, with disordered liver and kid- again ieei line w neys. The greatest need then Is Elec- and Tanner. tric Bitten., the splendid tonic, blood purifier and regulator of thestomacb, I.lverand Kidneys. Trousands have proved that they have woudurlully strengthen the nerves, build tip the rysteni and restore health and good spirits after an attack of Grip. If suffering, try them Only 50 cenU. Persigns of constipaWith fect satisfaction guaranteed by Pen- tion you the firstto the home methods resort ny's Drug Store. of relief, such as hot or cold water on arising, lots of stewed fruit with your breakfast, etc., but what do you do Lancaster. when these fail? satellites and say that Cahmp Clark having promised to let hlra preside occasionally wfcen he la elected speaker, the greatest delight of bis rongres-slona- l life will be when to presiding to nay, when Mr. Cannon arises' nnd addresses the chair, "The gentleman from Illinois Is not In order." That may be fun for Helm but It will be wormwood and pall for the Oar who, shorn of power, will probably pine away cud die. By the way Mr. Helm has given one nominee of the Republican party "cold Jeet" and the other having been noral-nateby thc committee out of form, tbe prospect Is that his 1600 and ovor majsruy of two years ago may be increased t3 2500. d Water tract street for $5,00; 2 of 3 DRILL t; sole; a : Ii hascanheavy auu melined with jinuu genuine, old- - lime skih, m yuj "JO""" 1 At A Bargain. I ! W. H. HICG1NS, I btantora, ieniucKy. 2 "TheMferiziesSKoe" .IT) Most of you know them by J. H. KENNEDY, KENTUCKY Will be Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County RICHMOND, this time-so- ft, comfortable, and just a good deal the best work shoe lor $15.50 made today. For dry feet and long wearing shoes, come to us. VI I ri.n, Friends and quaintances. Ac- well-know- n GLD iviu-ne- OP LOUISVILLE, PETt-BORGHARD, WILL BB REPRESENTING AT TO EXHIBIT, DESIGNS OF M ONUMENT8 REASONABLE PRirJt-8ALL- - WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION . Hi J: McRoberts. G. L. Penny R. H. Coffey E. R. Colemtn ifim." 4 ZU Cincoln Coanty national Bank Of Stanford, HtMcky. CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES S 50.000.00 ..,, "" -' $ 50,000.00 S340.000.00 PRESIDENT' W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, Constipation J. B. V. S H. SHANKS, PAXTON, QESTER. ASST. CASH School Supplies For thc Kindergattcn, for thc High School; Pencils, Pens, Gure Free DIREOTORSi O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Sunfonl; Geo. V. Carter.SUnford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Rankin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummins, Prcachersville; Lilburn Gooch. GilberU Creek. HAYS FOSTER, CLERK. for all grades. Wc have thc SCHOOL SUP- OP PLIES needed Stationer)', waters, then chance to catharJr., sold a pair of work purgative etc. If you have gone through tic pills, a Danville party for 185 various itagci you know they were theie mules to far as permanent Mrs. Dorcas Dabney, one of Lancas-let'- s all useless, to should try Just once results go. Now you again, residents, is reported but try something practical and sensible. oldest III and it Is thought she Is a vic- a remedy made and Intended for the finite you are trying to accomplish. Such tim of pneumonia. a remedy, as thousands can testify. Is W. a'. Price had a colt valued at $300 Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which Is guaranteed to be permanent In Its re to dig last week. are such that by i Its Mrs. Robert Shearer was hostess nt suits. use lnrredlents stomach and bowel of It the brief p. most sumptuous dinner given to 30 muscles are trained to again do their guests. Hie dinntr was In honor of work normally, so that In the end you or an Kinas. wnn ran Miss Maude Shearer woh has been That ao away do thismeuicincsY, Dodson of Mr. O. It will visiting here. Sanvllle. Va will gladly attest, and so re- will Mrs. B. A. IlamDton Of Portaee. O The sad Information has been skeptical there those ceived heie or the death ot Mis C M Is To way to who are still assertions with crove tnese Chumbley at Dublin, Oa. The deceased outa a penny of expense: Simply send your had been a sutrerer for more than a name and address to Dr Caldwell and obusing It, sample bottle. tain a year past from tuberculosis and her- If you free then convinced After the remare It Is Hedeath was not wholly unexpected edy you need, buy a fifty cent or one i" hides her husband sne hmivvh eany dollar bottle of your druggist and continue to use It for a brief tlm until children to mourn ner cured Tht directions are nlmple nnd the - mall ... LjvrtUl. dose is small. It is pieaiant ic me insie. en nn.iea d , oromntiv effective. t. The Misses V.o.iut enterU.l and tnese handsomely in honor of MIw Lettle monev will statements are guaranicca or tte refunded McRob'Tt'i gueM. Miss Heed of Texas. This remedy is over a quarter of a cenRev. and Mrs u. c. urown unu .mo tury old and Is personally tnkn by than any other rlmllar Mattie Duncan were In attendance at more druggists American market. Because remedy on the the Synod which met in Harrodsburg of Its effecttv .less purltv and pleasant taste it Is the ideal laxative remedy for this week. and old folks generallr. Clim ley Robinson and Miss Mary children, womenpersonally win oe piranu in marrlnge in loDr. caiaweu Burnes were united you any medical advice you may marriage in the city of Lexington des fivefor yourself or family pertaining to K this week. The groom worked for trmtk stomach. liver or bowels absolutely rase In a of cnnrit. RlTiljuIn the firm ot Bail & in. i."iw. heltniC ,eUer and he w r(ply t0iuuiu in oeiaii. in l.iilnea here for a number trnr ha frea lamnlp ilmolv sei nd your !.... address on a postal card or Of years, inis weddlnc Is the calmln- - name and For either request the'doctor's jtherwlse. -. ,w ann Is Dr. Montt-lln-u. . caiaweii,u.vvv,nia blion Ol a cuuruuuy u A. B. Brown, pur-po- se -I The majority then start on salts and FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. - SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2 6,500 Combine! Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. 1 Rulers, Tablets, Books. Fit the children out STANFORD, KENTUCKY satisfactorilyfit them out here and save money. m kyf PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. OFFICERS. S. Hocker, President; S T.lHarris, H. C. Baugbman, Cashier. V. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper J. It. Harris, Bookkeeper t; DIRECTORS. F Reid, M D. Elmore, H. C. Baoghman, S. T. Harris, U. C. Walton, J. H. IiauRhmin, M. Pettus, J F Cummins, no. C. Robinson, J. S. Hocker. . JSBaS&xsiihiiw j, L.Beazley &Co.f1 w. a. Furniture and Undertaking. jgiBSSSSBSSaNS (II iN W. II Murphv. MR. FARMER: Make your home as molerii for your family as a ice, re6idence, and place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is email compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest ofBce or write direct to Farleadquartere, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephono service, we can immediately interest you. Our linen cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. Illinois. (INTOHrOUATKDk RURAL TELEPHONES. Wmmpm Undertakers and Embalm. rs. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings,Ruga. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds oi Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. tribble, Day PJione 28. Night Phone 133. Stanford, KenturKy, i CONCRETING oretlDg. such as Illock Work, faremsnts and. In fact, we can make any inlnf from a boose down to a fence post. We can serre We are In position to do all kinds ot con dilution, v... yU building. Ill Women's Secrets .- ') the There it one mtn ia .. United Sutes who has perhspi heard -- - -. - -7 more women s csei .I..M anw i,nr mn A, Mrnmsti in tha country. These secrets sre not secrets of guilt or shame, but "- -" 01 Mncn, -r ... CZ -- -' be U yt rierce m ine oopo ou kiiv.... of these women have been disappointed in their exfew pectations is proved by the fact that ninctyeigbt per cent,si of I .-.......,--altogethoy fa women tresieu L.. ui. U!rA ta.sk mmt aiKtliitl V nil ell cured. Such record would be remarkable if tbo But cstes treated were numbered by hundreds only. lialf-s- - when.. tail-the that record applies to...:. treatment of more t than la nhenomensl. .r 4n vmm. 1. and entitles Dr. Pierce to the fratilude accorded bim by women, as Ibe first ol specialists in tbe treatment of women's diseases, Bvery sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, absolutely without charge. All replies are mailed, sealed In perfectly plain envelopes, without rite without fear as wilb-rany printing or advertising whatever, upon them. fee, lo World's Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R. V. Pierce, Preit., UubTsJo, N. Y. ! STATE BANK B 8c TRUST KY. CO., ! ATANPORD. - KENTUCKY yon promptly and guarantee nritelass work and material. Call and get oar prloes before you buy your material a least. PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. 'et. am. er uswK STANFORD, Harry Jacobs, Dealer Id and Msnafcctuier ol 50,000 JM I CAPITAL m m 1 ...v. ntf -.- STOCK Officers: President Vice Presidents W. L. McCarty. 0. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Eads W. Huteheson ". Hays Foster Marblo and Cranlto Monu merits, Markers and l'ot .Uemtry and Law Vases and Httes. Office and urks, Me Kinney, Ky. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I can lurnliu the publlo with tbe best, as well as tlie freshest ot rut nowers, plants ol all kinds, bulbs, potted flowers, on stiort notice. Also muke a specialty ol wrentui lor lor funeral purposes. In connection with thealove, I bave all klndsot vegetables on band at reasonable When Hungry GOTO I " Cashier Astlstant Cashier . - . ut m WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT m YOUR BUSINESS. DR, l'IGRCU'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION 3WKa1k.osjs "fXTi oatlx. "'OHIUBTMAHUIIKKN Kt "Otroxxxorx, ISItx-ou-c Ul'MBAMO. IIOUHEH. Cfiolc Vtromon. VvTell. 8taaf5ra ,K f JSOU. j V. X. llestaurnnt I.ancaster, Htrest Htanford K. Meals served at ail hours up to 1I;S0, m. Ilest place lu wnfor a good quick meal. Oooklng to suit our specialty Hplendld new. line of fancy Uroccrles, Hot Coffee, Handwlcbe, plesfUutter milk and sweet milk, eto at all tlmsi. Carson's I CAKCN, Pes?. kuujav, qgTonun i!h, iuio . -- iiiywgiwwwiir,tii'' , ?n .THE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. INTERIOR JOURNAL. - rAUWirKsmp", ? ? PUT TWO AND TWO GETHER TO- -- 4 LADIES' Black Litotca UnioffSoits, ;ll sizes, Sl.no. LADIES' Bleached Ribbed Union Suits, "tJTc ' ' ' IJVDIES' Peeler Union Suits, Mc. CHILDREN'S Ribbed Union Suits, i"cand :.(c. MENS' Union buits Wc. "" 'J& And figure out if wc could afford to promise you your money's worth and then not give it. Wc are confident the values wc offer in underwear can not be surpassed any where and few stores will equal them. Jt is your continued patronage wc are after, not a single purcnase. LADIES' Fine Bleached Vests and Pants G0C the garmen- tLADIES' Peeler Vest and Pants, 2ic. CHILDREN'S Vests and Pants, Vc to JOc per garment.. BOYS'I Icavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, 2c. per garment. MEN'S Heavy Fleeced Shirts and Drawers lc X ... ..VKJ'LW M" VY 4fMMK& I ' ERANCE & SON, wont to Knox ' . -- i. r, '" 1 Stanford, Kentucky. near here. ,, Anna little daughter of Mr. and nesaay. . i Mr Thomas la teaching tr(. WaUaoC Mrs. J, L. Holtzclaw, who Ihh been an ... Slf IC.V, tm ftJIUVU 1UH.....1 lit V. I..H. IB r...K IIUJUirU, Flat school. f -uenvcrea a ouncn jie "IT BEATPLU.?; of hogs to Jones & Cress sold some time ago at 8 cents Tbls Is quoted from ft letter of flfj .1). W. Gaines sold 10 bogs to W. StockweH,' annlbat,Mp. "l re'eeaew mr tl I.Otl.1 Cl. t Miflla. nl.i n crrrA uscdfiFplcy's Honey nT Tatrrorst to llrlmes ncazley, of Stanford, for first' time. To say 1 am flteaspuVdoer fJOO. not half express tny feelings, i Ifbw W, D. I'rlcc bought a pair of mules all the; remedies 1 ever tmedl I'cc M. Q. Reynolds, of Pulaski, for of traded a bad cold and was tbrcatcssrt .11- 76 Btoro Special fountain pens for school use cents, $1 and 11.25 nt penny's Drug ' MNa NelU! Wray y I PERSONALS. Mr, H. O. Might of Danville was , here on business Thursday. J. A. Mutpby In auifehar with 'bli left hand an tin result of a bad burn. .Mrs. A. H. Severance and little son, lleuth, were at C'tnlnnatl tbls week to hint! the little fellow eyes treai-cU- . A. 0 Kastland, of I.ouUvillr, wai here on business thin week. Mr. Halllo Coode of Hoyln arrived Thunulay for a visit to hrr daughter Mr. II, I). Carter. Mrs, Hara llurdln of I.ondon. who baa been tho guest of Mr. (leoirn i wearen reiurncu iiome wcuiu-n-da- Mr and upon thn arrival or a ISpound bov in theli homo .liidue John N Menefee, Jr, ban returned from Lexington wher. h at tended the big bnuet to the Shrln-e- r Ho responded to the toast "The Hoad to Mecca." Tht V'arrcn tirlgsby Chapter of I', D. C will meet ivlth Mm. W II Hlg-pion Saturday afternoon at 2 'SO. Howard Caranltz the famous baseball tur; Dr. O. 8. Wllllanif. Miss Una Camnltz. Mrs. Walter Vanars-Ual- l and Mr McKee Hllfe motored to l.oulvllle Tuesday In Mr Mile's touring tar. of Stanford la Mra. Joe Coffey spending a few days with Mr. Illande llallaxd ion Kat Main street. Dan-vilAdvocate. Club was The Currenta anUrtalned tbls week by Mrs. J. C May. Tho subject for the afternoon was the iJcrman Kmplre. and Mra. (3. tl I'orry read the leading paper. itefrethnients were sened and had a all the members and guest tnor.t charming alternoon. has as his Col. II. I. Hawkins guests at his home on t"u Danville pike. John M Crebs. tharles Horry Hoy Tierce and llobert Stunrt, all of Carat. 111. 1 hey will remain with Col. Hawkins for a weak or marc arc Mr. receiving II It Young of Witif-lan- d congratulations lby Knt v IV ' SHOES I 9 F6r Everybody arid in all oaoo oooo oooooo if Tho Dixie' Vaudeville Company will J II. tatjrbmnn spent sHernl days bold the boards at tbe opera Uouso at (InltatftLjW'nn , nn (busiues, lor one week, lu ginning Monday night At the'prad LodprAof Odi follows Tbls trctlon fiimeo; highly jecom- of, Crub inendod at HU.Utllt.. and Is personally guaranteea (trihard arfjHppotntL?nMhe stand-In- by thev.mjwagemvot toi be free, from rr1eji f(T U en- by tlw management to be tree from ronunlttrton suing year JW. juinlltprv ot iJin-- I uny suggestion of vulgarity Prices reprober of 10, 20 and HO cftitaV tpraster, 4ak nsrWj'd Hoard op MaBa;tt. tho j Mts C. M. Youti will have Jier milJajrlutlons Handsomely1 trnfeil linery openlm? nt Highland Saturday rV;ele4 bnn Monday October i!U and 31, All re- and Mr. GeorKeVtoberts6n.Iilllman quests thn honor ol jourrPhesence at tire luvited. hresh oystirs Treryweek at tho marriage or UUtUsJiftMcr Ktlse Chenault to Mr AfWey Turner Heed on lli mornlnp of Sunday the thirV (ioocli. the popular turkey buy tieth of October nineteen hundred and ten i.t lKbt o'clock 11'04 Houtt Street or. Is preparing to operate In Lincoln ( nitey and adjoining counties again I'ueblo Colorado this fall, and will pay the highest son Mater Harvey Helm, a yonnc market of T A. Ilront Is hick ana inroaienou ( The first snow ol the season fell with pneumonia llphf. hntt'pi'r hut in J v llutctieon and hand- - Jtfulni. If una inrv ouiing old v Inter somo little sun. Jainra Kdward have showed tlmt l The only baking powder lotuiiiod from Owenton and have Tho Infant son of Mr. and Mrs made from Royal Grape none to llrodhead, to pack up their Isaao Shelby, of "Cloverdale." Shelby Cream of Tartar lumveliold offecta to uioo horo. City, illul Honda) afternoon. The Col, JoIji V. Hout Is now traveling i,,r,.,r-i- i nml Imri.il tiwik iilnre Tuesdav HoAluffl.HeLimiPhMFhatt , t.lo lor the SweenerShelby Couip-.iny- Junc- morning. Dr B. M. (Jrtcii of Danvllh, ronductlng the service Tho little fel 4)iular wholesale srocery at Six per cent penalty goes on your low hid lien named Isaac hhelu in, city taxes Nov. 1 Uetter pay up before tion City. blow to lsltini; and his death was. a heavy then. B. V. Carter, Collector. O U DTP. "I OlaRow, this popular family. . Dopp In the West Inn brother J. For Sale Five 'room cottage and Ilrv. J. (5. Livingston will preach at all necessary outbuildings; well .Mill next Sunday at 11 A. fenced. Apply to Hud Holderman Mrs. l.ou Shanks returned Wednes. llolriitiiK M , hi) I bIo .it night. day from an extended visit to her For SaJe7HHcK"couTe" and two V o mtfiins cUweil at I'lno drove Mrs. H. Ktrby Hourne at dMirM-- r. to acres of land cm Somerset street; nlce & tC .additions returned SatiiKin) MgM New Castle. Mrs. Hourne a general cottage on East Main street; house a the 'Church. Tliuti with her and will be her K'uest for Main and a owaknng aiiiuiig the membership. and 25 acres on East land on e iliort lilt-bouse and fie acres ot The 'J'lntjc. t'tah, Kecord says that avenue. Arply to Harvey Helm, Mrs. Ccorge V might has been very i democratic low for several days, and her friends Steele Halle), Jr., is the For sale privately my home on East and C. nominee tor repreentAtlve fear the worst. . i.n.i.iin ih. ri.,niiicrntlp nominee for Main Street. Mrs. L. B. Cook, StanMiss Fannie Boarcy. of Iwrence-burg- Commissioner In their county to be ford, Kentucky. Is tho attractlv,. guest of Miss Hyomei has cured" more cases of voted for at the, coming election on Kate Dals Hancy. R. The former is an old Stan than all the catarrh specialists Saufley Is carrying one Nov. boy, the son of Dr. and .Mrs. on II. Howan ford earth. Just breathe It; very pleas result of sticking Steele lialley, while ur. iiarvieue hand tied up as the Penny guarantees It. Com. ...i... i.,.i iw rt vnnnir Dr. Halley, ant, U. L. 1; extra bottle 50 cents a rusty nail In It. plete outlit Halley. Mrs James Corn and Mrs. Sara Having married .Miss Isabella Tho onl.v true 'constipation cure Hurt, of iJincaster are guests of Mrs. All of their Kentucky ineuuti but must begin IU soothing, heallnc action W 11 Curtis. wish the two c.indldats success Hollister's CI.IHsy it Is said that th.-ldistrict has a when It entera the mouth. restores the Kurl Coleman and It. 11. Hocky Mounno Tea days in the cities. normal republican majority so they whole systemto a healthy normal conspent several they me In for a hard light dition. J5 cents. Tea or Tablets. Sold Tte i:ntcrprlbo""tonipany at June by Shugars & Tanner. Hon City, whose milling property has The tax books of Crab Orchard grad week's has rentLcen Idle for secral ed school are now ready and taxes ed tho plant to Mr. W. H Dutman. ol are due. The penalty will go on Nov. will always be at the Crah Orchard Mr. Dutman will lmme 1. The books Crah Orchard Banking the place for business." offlc of the .Miss Ophelia Lackey, diatcly Company, Mone'' The machlj cry will be started Treasurer. day or Tuesday. All who bao puVrs for the Presbywill notlf) us at once, The football "game scheduled for terian society to ship In a few days. '"om"'" is we de&ire week with the this by Mrs. J. B. Paxton, Pres. D "i. D. at Danville was called off the deal boys' team bocom - The creditors of" John Trajlor, deTtnoti ol . there. A nuw- ceased will pleate fill their claims, i.. .,i..,i iii i , ... . saw i..i Clara n -l.itnn er of th. local in.ijin and fanswhen ipropriy enuvu ...i.ii -i D, Traylor, Mr? nt Dinvllle Wednosday lmnHdatelv the ..' ;. raine lln!erslty oil,. .i!it,ii! Tuiane aecms AUUIA. Now "Orleans '4S to 0. C, 1'. tom.rt.C.unBtoihiwUrnrtttj; ccutlrr Th , ...i i i i... win tin. e.nsranlonshiii ol ,&aii allot err uui iu mt... " uoviiiit-iJS 2a th, ritnto and the south this year; c ', In-e": . vllle SHORT LOCAL NEWS Mr. Tribble's farm Is nart of the-raoils Owsley farm, famed for grass and fertile soil. Mr. and Mrs, Morgan Ucazley were Mr. Lucien the nolhknmra visiting Mr. and Mrs 1). W. Uaines rtockman ot Oarrard, was fieri We Walnut Flat i ' rioh-btot- Pkln. OAKIN" POWDER Absolutely Pure S.'dU. Mr. Wm. Tribble, of Stanford, Is a nice new house built on his farm here which will, when completed be Occupied by J D. Wade and family with pneumonia. The great relief and one bottle complutet5 cured me." Contains no opfatsii. Shucars and "Tan'SeT. first dbee-ga- WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS, ON SALS DAILY -IAV TO 1 t ! K I! f- IT . Dan-Tlll- ; ;GOOD RETUptjJINQ UNTIL MAY 31, ISIf. For FiiU Pirttcvlirs, call on, or write H. ty KINO, 'Ptutnstr'cnfl Ticket Aftat, 101 E. Msintt.. LEMMJTC )- J. ' iji KT 1 Ss-- S c . .? -l - -- - nrf- - " r T Ladies Suitings A Large Assortment of Correct Shades ! U, I A &V l)s -- -' :. STILES tffr speaking up through Maiiwon county this week, at.d meeU ng with Ho be much oncouiagoment. olocteit he will n.riAinlv be ",r"" that his trlends will ..l) 8" to the on Nov. Sth. .. .iii. Two Junction City youths, Jonn Hnv Clarkson, Mctlrnw and v.irken .". .. .lift in n horso and bugr last week Their escape from hon-'1'lie It, eorsldered u miracle backed tho became iminnnagwblo and a cillt Into buggy and occupants over Young McCiruw rea small stream ceded broken shouluer by tho fall, as the buggy and young Clarkson fell tK-e- :.. . Huntv .. i iiiii"pf-i.- ,.an noir.i un ,r,. ivnr '""'" &o . .I les i iw TUrto. n k uin rteuirt. '" ."r-.hiiic. imttribtd locl rtmfOMi. r ST? i rui.iu.- - ''"'-- ; dl- --cute lin fJ contltutlent Vliftf tu pro en Cfcurtb to b .S5i1 "t.",' U, 1 W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY !' o Ohio, to tfcf only CoMUtutlonH cure cd " r in - It U1U to curt. SciHl KodwJ OolUr. fot kfid trtlmonlAl. ... frvr .ipriiis.r a co, Toicoo. ocxx "Addl- fj chlnuv uj re lTrM ' li-- uu unur ran tor coMtitaUca. Hev A. N .lohnwrn an ovanpoINt, ot Wllmore, Ky., while hnldliir--' a meeting In Texas several weeks ago, TUe nt QKszmom mmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm L R. Hiv--I ei T. V. Humble W. O. MuH M oooaa & & ? recehed medlial utttiuion, on top of him. He was picked up by frlmila nml taken home, where he t '- - Shoes That Keep Your L.,Feet Warm & Dry- - was Informed of the death, near Texas, of Georpe Young, commonly known as "Wash" Yount'. a lumber man formerly living near Paa son of the ducah. Mr. Johnson is lato "Free Silver" Johnson, of this county. He recently preached nt the Methodist church here. It appears that Mr. Young was killed by being crushed by a saw log Mr. Johnson wus In a lumber mill Informed that te lelt several thousand dollars which his relatives In money this State should Inherit. The Young will bo paid to tbe heirs ol Mr. prove their Identity and when they establish their claims to their share I.od-wicl- c, NEW LINE OF CORSETS If you want to be sure of your Ufa' ure, under'all conditions wear a War-- " ner'a Rust Proof Corset, They-'nrfirst with every new style. We- - have-the- m c in all sizes and prices. Wf alter of the estate. carry tbe American Beauty, wh!e3iae comfortable and desirable corset. CftU J and see them before buying. ABODY BUILDER FOR THE: OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOO0 0 CELLS and TISSUES "i Jii POWEKrUL ST8EN0TH fKODUC A 1NQ HEC0NSTHUCTI0N TONIC fug THE BLOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM. A Bolllt Purchsted Today Starts Yea i uinnsF THAN BULLETS. Mullets have often caused less suN eczema, i ferine to soldiers than Me., got In tho Harrlman. Darlington. and suffered, wltb, forty years., me Ducklcn's Arnica Salvo cured rise failed." he writes. Croat uoiis. for sores. Ulcers, and turns. Cuts. Wounds. llruUes Store Drug Piles 2 eents at Penny ! 'est healer Cummins v 4"x, STANFORD, & Wearen, HUGHES, MARTIN Dry Goods, H i. mui . - & CO. y Kl(ht on lbs Kosd l Health. j Notice We have a saw will for 6ale with ' Notion, Shoes KENTUCKY . KENTUCKY. Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction or Money Refunded. SOLO BY HART SCHAFPNER A MARX CLOTHES THIS STORE 18 THE HOME OF PENNY'S DRUG STORE cash, bal nflw mw mill for sale. ance la two, four wd six months, with good note. King's MoubImb Finite Mill. Kief's Mountain, Ky. bailer 30 hp engine, . STANFORD, Al . . i mi 1 JKH JOUR IT'S ALWAYS BAD SO THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS hteat hogn for sale weighing from W. II. Land. 150 to 2?& pounds. Let mo Insure your barns and W. A. Trlbblc. For Sale, A well Improved farm of 20 acres, near Ml. Salem, household and kitchen furniture, stock, anc Tanning tools. I. II. Woodson, Mt Salem, Ky. Vii steer For Sale 8G head of y00-tb-. tattle. Cuh'bo seen on J. A. Hobln-Min'- s For prices call on or farm. write C, T Ilohon Lebanon. Straved or stolon l.lOi) pound red steer. Howard lor Information to K. S,'I'owell .t Son, Hustonvllle. A beautiful pony, cart and harness Henry Hankln, Junction for sale C3-t- I'MiuY, oltouuu :sih. wiu The Beit of BaeKi Are Bad When They Ache, and Stanford People Knew It. A bnrt back Is alwnys bad. Hud at nlRbt when bedtime come Scott'siEmulsion k MEN WHO CARE Will do well to sec our new line of is the original has been Juat as bad In the tuornlnn. Kvcr try Dorin's Kidney Pills for ItT Know they cure backache cure every kidney HIT .It you don't some Stnnfonf people do. Ilnnd h cae of It. Simon Unities. cnrnter, Kast Mnln -- GTIRRINQ t TIMES. . Stanford, Ky., says: r "Sm'e ears ngo t used Donn's Kidw,-ar- c having In the bulldlug ibe. ney IMIls with good results. In t'JOO sry a full line, of lime, plag'ter, i mn uitlk nn jiccldvnt that UroiiRht w coiuplnlntJ jccMcit nd cverrthlnR eUc needed on a recurrence .pf Bi'lnoy. . L COltld WWK bill Kventhlug putchmed I rornt.TPit Ml jrtllilt very pnk. When Hiluc iay bactoynialned its r.Vl lie found of the best qiiall-- J i.n.i...uwl,rtiiniF ih.it ivnuirod vtonlnc best for intended purposeM iyan4.) b!r.k became vefy Inme nnd Wint Doan's Kid- UbncniberlnK .W Wll ,,. J V. ,&IIU. UM ...... . t I.-- - tm ma itrttl lmi.1l' "' "" nnd !) sending to us for an liej 1'JJlS.Wt1 I"'"MS74Xiase I procured n box at Shugnrj fotfxcU? lints V3loU and the) l gaie em 0,riv Doan KUln.0) ' sjj-eu- a tr ? LINCOLN pOUNTY. FARM FOR SALE KM) avrgs In tln.e shape; crop goes with. HtrtUfrome quick. J. M. Key- nobis Waynosburg. Tvm cattle were left at my pens last 6ourt day owner ran get thorn by la)liig for this notice and their keep. JK rxLLtri, staruora, ny. i. .& A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. nigiWndorgemenr ' -- l l'rlce i Vor sale by all dt.nPrsii .Yncuni. of the (keen river r iFoster-MllbuCo., UnlaTo .New York, tectlon, Is said to be the bows iotnto . wx. . v y sole agents, for Volted mates s and raiser He is said to know how to I Remember the name -- lonn get the "Murphys" larger than any .... VK mt. Ui.i locum one In his station. ron HiLP. lit AixiiRuamsTs VtVI 'III rtJ,ir Hit .4 ii f plains that he takes the lot he uses cows In winter, and plows It Aa4 IV.. urn fnf for his ! IMa !. for oar up in the spring, and then plants his tmotltat tUak Mil CHIM'l HkMf k 11... k. potatoes. Alter they are up n Lack bnk ronUlai Onikl Luck Penal. teed few Inches he turns the earth oier SCOTT & DOWNR 409 I'tnl St. New Ywk thorn with a plow; gnes them oic ,,.nr ntnuinr when they nre n fewNOTICEI Inches high again and neier tourhes In the District Court of the United them ugnln alter that, lie mh inai ataies, tor me eastern District Lux! iii.vor iintlipr him. and he has or Kentucky In Banka rciuttatlon for producing size. n.ulto ruptcy. Whi'c In the matter or Uilli.iiu Charles and Ii. II. Lutes wont . r a bankrupt Cincinnati Thursday whlthi-- they had JAflNESS ON A HORSE On this 21st day of October. A 1) shipped two car loads of cattle. The to UU0 It ordered by the court that r Inrmer's was bougnt at from I vsScvJ'iw Ainde so as to give him per- the aforesaid bankrupt tor discharge iiiu. the lattuf mild from 2 ?.. We carry everything itc" Artort for his wunu was niosny nieu on tue .ist uay ot uctooer. a. i a to 'A nhd horse goods, . lu Inrness jam, it ottierea by tne corut mat butcher sturt hearing b( had upon the same on thr Jxa: an'- he best an'dVjmost reliable Mr A J. Hajden, formerly of Som- 22 day or November A. D. U'lO IxTon jat.-- iJP you need ttafness for erset, but now or lloyle bought about l rot." t Coilnictnn in .i il sulky, you or for a .Carton. H acres of land Irom Thos. .Metcalf trlct at 10 o'clock in '.hi' rorenoon or vJ kind at rUi he best of at $1.12 per acreas near 'hereto as practicable and Jtnes & Cress sold tt! hollers at that notice thereof be p"blished otif MeCLARY, Stan'ord, Ky. 1U. and bought tim In tl'e Interior lotirnnl. n new' Lancaster court at W vti :tu "'nniinil lions it 8 cents from printed In said district, and al' 11 J- Ill 1 rr f Ci'l'nivn Tom Yantls; some 1.S00 pound cattle krioMn creditors and otne-- per-oA Ionic Ibal Invigorates both old of It. I.. Ilulilile at i cents. . i: ma) appear nervous. lleshon sold a cow to (.ieo. Dyehoiisc In Interestnnd fho.v "Meal ?alt' t'tiif' " r and young. For weak,every and place " women, uoimen ana tail and winter samples are have, why the prayer of said petit for 122 tie guaranieea. uci be granted oatly for yojr Inspection. They as T A. Hrent sold a .nule at Lancas- oner shouldthe honorable A M J II 1U-UWllne"s on the market 1 ter court for JSO. N. W. Hogers sold Cochran, Judge ot raid court, and the tie to V. Fl Ilurton three mures for It 25 seal thereof, nt Richmond in saiu caXrO'ilt ny one as to price vvho has Marshall New land sold n nn the 2tst day ol October . l. made to order. A suit vels. ftiOttes Ante Carlo horbe to Taylor Xoe, 1!H0. . i- your measure Is preferable 'A ol Uryantsvllle, for $11... Jos C. FlneM, Clerk. SoUtr To have 1 3a rifcy made clothes. W. C. Bennett, D. C. E. Cox sold ::o shoats to II eo. Sutton H cents. Iftec .tti.de to measure doesn't cost It U. Holtzclnw bought 3 at FARM FOR SALE1 cows of John Itobertson, of Crab Orch i.asyrtfBOM than ready made when miles west ol sn ncres lying 1 PENNY'S DRUG STORE. tard for JW. J. T. Ulgsby sold 15 heif iim .gsalHy and m u nnd outers, to .1. L. Hutchius, of Hoyle at Highland, a good coltace oux measure. 0 fleldi fenc-- d; FRUIT AND SHADE TREES t .ft fT-'- flt $:i,i;a. Ilill H. Thompson sold some houses, barn eti.. cultivation; pietuj KnDKil. tn rtacucat Tallor.5 Everything far Orchard Lawn hot; to Richard Williams at 10 cents. about ST. norc In Heat-ofor selling oui nmA. O. Stevens sold a mute to J. H. of water. Garden. and rnce ruu..Hoblnsou tor $35. Vv C. Cummins able to work on turm. rite for Free Catalogue. Jvo. Ageuts rold a mule at Iinuister court to able SONS. H. F. HILLENMEYERyL JA5. A. Mnu. ouo :. James Moser Sam i:. Han Is for $7 Uox ) Lexington, Kentucky. Stanford. K.. K. F who sold his farm ne.V here a s ince to M. F. Uiwrence, has For Sale A handsome pair of hor bought the old Arnold place In the suitable for Paint Lick section containing 1(12 pes; splendidly matched: J. team. can luge or harness Ky. acre, for about $5,000. Rtyantsvllle, J. M. Cress bought 100 barrels of com ot Fischer Herring at $2.50 deNotice of Sale on Uankruptcy. . livered. A. T. Nunnelley and Uriah Selby In the district court of the United ol sold 21 cattle at Winchester Monday States for the Eastern district cents. at 1 In the matter of Clarence Kentucky. T. J. Stlgall bought SO acres or land J. Slpple. Bankrupt Embamer Ctndortakor J $600; and sold a of Arch Adam for Uy virtue of an order entered by J small place to A. H. Stlgall for $300. N. Saunder. referee in the above STrNFORO. - KY- S. J. Reynolds, ol Crab Orchard had styled case. I. as trustee of same GSii 'Hione 1S7. Home 'Phone .111 on Saturdoy tl.e 5th day of Nov a very valuable horse to die. hourr I), n Dlihon bought three dry cows oniber A. J). 1'JIO. between the I'. M. o'clock of John Robinson, ot Crab Orclmrd for of 10 o'clock A. M.. and 2 tn nnhllc kIh to the nlgliest (:!; alio bought two trorougnoreo REAL SANITARY PLUMBING. r.n and lxst bidder, tor cash lr hind,land Durham cows for $i0. or certain Saves Its cost over and over agniu In J. II. Baughman & Co.. lost a valu- the premises, a waters oftract Oreen river lessened doctor's bill. But you must able mule this wrek from lockjaw. Ho situated on the county, Kentucky, near the sure that It U real. It Isn't the stuck a nail in his foot and It was In Lincoln be post ofrice rf Jumbo. Ky . formerly with him. white basin and nickeled pipes that soon oier jBBHBBBHBBBv V. t& jj owned by IX V Slpple nnd ai'Jolnlng (make sanitary plumbing. It is the the Denhaiu farm; containing about m r2 acres and also anctner iraci oi i. way they are put together. IIae us POSTED ' acres, adjoining the above uescnueu . M We have the do your plumbing. nf land: bouchtt by C. J Slpph "know ho." ( 1'he hunting season Is upon us and of Dr. Alcorn; also one nan nearly everyone wants " to post his In the corn crop, on about :15 acres of K. place. The charge Is -- cents cash sild Intitl; being the property of ClarStanford, Ky. wttli name.) ence J Slpple, bankrupt, aboie namPhone 1U. T. A. Rice. ed. SHOW YOR WIFE K. B. Dtnham M. J. Hoffman J. W. Hughes. This a fine rami well watered; In J. H. Acton high state of emulation, producing iit "G 'e Insurance policy If you want to Sale of Husioiiviue Property :.i. V earf her mind. Sfcp naturally wor8 to 12 barrels of corn to theacre; (liven under i... H.ii..-- .. iniriv nooii. ries about the possibility of her house Having other propeity In Huston-vill- e Tinsa destroyed by fire. Let us write my hand tMs the 2Jnd day or October Public Sale I will on you a policy in a good corapanv 1910 Saturday Nov. 5th, 1910 R A. DYCHB, Trustee Then whatever happens you are Halng sold my farm to atove to against the loss by fire, sell the following described real estate "proti-iteworry Is will sell publicly on the .ill v 1'rrediira crotn trame house, with 18 Komeretft One mites frou. ivinrtit uwire than the cost of the policy rooms, arranged so that two lanuiies Preachersvllle pike 2 can live In It; Uo back yards; one Stanford on W. S. FISH extra nice vacant building lot; one Saturday, November 5th, I will at tny"" residence one fourth PHONE 200 extra large to-stor- y sSTANrORD, KY. barn, a good Commencing at ten o'clock, tho fol- mill, fcoutU of Crab Orchard on the livery bam; 1 Ure sheds; 2 lasting u head of horses, Somerset load, oirer for sale at pub' lowing property: well: one back lot This property U well fenced and in 1 Jack, 2 Jennets: milk cows; lot or lie auction, on Friday November 4th, 1910 good repair; has all outbuildings neces corn; millet sorghum; all kinds cf 10 A AI. he following property, sary and Is situated on Main and Col- wngon; At 1 ' two hor.e llotses and mules, fat bog, lege streets, one square from very fine larmlng tools. wagon; buggy and liar sows nnd pigs, 14 shoats, cows ami crmHnri srhnnl: one sauare from the I Christian church; one square from ness; lot or chickens; good cook stove calves, rarmlng Implements, vehicles descriptions. WO brown legchurch and two squares from kitchen furniture and of all . chickens, machinery of all kinds. FreshMerlan church, aud U in a splen. tousehold and numerous to horn nimy other thing loo Household goods Including kitchen fur did neighborhood. t win nlso sell one Citrus & Held I , , tilture; also set or dining room furnitattle carriage, as good as now; glass-fron- t ture, consisting of riNSLEY SPOONAMOBE and chair, or the rinest Kngllsh oak; (Co,. J. P. Chandler Auct. or caft I sets ol harness, about 25 barrels ... -- i, ji. niniv -- - TiOO or COO . nnrt corn. 200 bales or hay, fodder und tops one iinuiu; " iu Held. and. other property too numer ZANONE STANFORD. bales of No. 1 begins promptly ai two o clock, bus to mention. sale. I and . n..,!.. known on dav of TERMS -- All hills over J10 and tinMiss Zada 'anone ol Uncnster, uddre.s by J( (.,ar'ence K. stanrord. or St. I'aul der cash Iu hand; over 10, a note Kor other put'euta. phoiii- v otherwi Minn., were marr.d at J;tf('r,,1'1y1'' bearing 6 per cent Interest Hustonvllle. Ky. Ufl Tnuday renlng. Tho security, D. S. CARPENTER WILLIAM MONKS, ;in very attractive-yoiiu- s ncro ." iu Crub Orclonl, Ky. has many trlenus winning of i Ute the groom upon the lady. She ih a .. noniiinr . ...-- i. - ... voiinu zanone. un FOR MORE THAN THREE 's New Llvarv. . " ... '"''::-.....- wr -lmln-'Vfu- vr . City, K . '"'" Ian-tier'- s w, .- f' P1 .,.. - a&v V,s -- z Yft sUfrJ I the standard for thirty-fiv- e years. There arc thousands of "just as good" Emulsions, but they are not they arc simply imitations which arc never as good as the original. They arc like thin milk SCOTT'S is thick like, a heavy crca.m. If you want it thin, do it yourself with water but dont buy it thin. so-rctillc- Fall and Winter Models in Suits and Overcoats u-srvk- ' Will filHr kmLv m They ive Character and Prestige to the wearer. They carry the stamp of elegance and refinement iii every lino. They "cost no more than the ordinary. . 8'.- & New Fair Hats The Hat of course, is a matter. The many good siiapcs ' we show this Fall make it an easy matter to meet any man's requirement as to Style, Shape, Color and Price. jf ii MICE 8l rfr - ar ieM - Aon rlng Not getting a satisfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. A FULL LINE OF 1 $. G.B.PRIfffT, ... - Moreland, Ky. II. '.' 1M! t"U nmici auiimga .9v - l,ier r COAT SWEATERS? Hi i AND & s?cciae xife tet LMIITJIJIJ 921 d Underwear i L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. roor 2 r2.:. i X C. McClary, few-da- tt.jioj. Diamond Edge Food Cutters x$a OrVTOi? Notice that we say Food Cutters, not food macer-ato- rs nor choppers, but ' anf Cutters. The Diamond Edge Food Cutter actually cuts the food as clean as 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 Diamond Edge 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 pepper, coffee, etc. The fastest cutter nut butter, grin-n-g made Let us show you. a. ... irit inu-ren- W. WARNER, "rnnn E H. FARRIS. STANFORD. KY. H 9"mDlafV5laC ' ' V II you have anything to iu iue STOCK -- Take to LIME 1 two-stor- y PUBLIC SALE! Nunncllcy's New Stock Yards everr Ur in the year exccjit Sunday. Bring on your stock. Hest market iu the Slate with plenty of ml ami uatfr liput nvelpll lienb outjiJe of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD, KY. We alio do a general hitch ami feed buginw Hn htiv.nnii sel t YODCANBUY our If... coal cheaper ime in the year. ' lo-w- one-hors- e :Cl2nt nOW ttian anV'naP'11 H.B. Northcott. LANCASTER. KV. BUVER OF J. G. Riddle Let us fill your iins with our FOX JUDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. No Slack. &SS ha'-Hal- e - side-boar- All KW Kinds of Farm Produce CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buytr of All kind of farm produoe and am paying today for: 'J 2 Stanford Branch Hetm T. K. Tuaor, M'g'r. Hen Ken WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: 9-- 1 to 10c -- - I gilt-edg- vlean Coal; Fryers Turkeys Ducks IlooHers, per lb Hide per lb Springer 0c Hoaster 'lc Turkey Duck Hides It to II ..5 to ' 11' c 5 l'i-S- e 3. OARTtzH, Phone 11. JS. H. Baughman& Co. Depot Street, Phone 90. TANFKD. KENTLXUY. . IS to 43c "7c Feather lHOe Feathers Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chick. o" (Jnrrard's most substantial cltliens. Foley'. Honey and Tar has been a IME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN n Feed for tale or In exchange for ror Tho young couple leU Hunday the household favorite for coughs, colds Product. FOR will spend the south whero they and ailments of tho throat, chest and W EXCHANGE you. PRODUCE. 153 Phono Phone 20. can plea lungs. Coutalns no opiates. Shugam winter "-- i''" 7'8 to 13o 7 to 8c 7c 6 y