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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t ia tt f TiI INTERIOR JOURNAL ftVOLUME XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY TUESDAY NOVEMBER lit 1910 No n 71 t MRS GEO P BRIGHT DIES ON MONDAY END COMES PEACEFULLY TO BE LOVED WOMAN AFTER YEARS OF SUFFERING Din George P Bright lr dead t This was tho sad Intelligence that went from lip to Up Monday for Just ii the noonday sun sent forth IU roost y radiant light the sweet Christian t spirit of this dutiful wife and mother pawnl to a higher world that Is brighter than the sun which shone on the week sufferer In tko lat hours of wila OJ years of age and lifoIscr year she hud blessed tlon wife could do the liUsbnnd who Is now crushed by the 6lBht of sorrow To thorn wore Wan four children three of wJiom mirvlve They arc Ureenberry HrtgUt tnd Mrs fluwin Yeager of thus city and Mrs J K Johnson of IMttsburg TJU and Uoy with ninny relatives were gatlicrcd nt tho bedside and witncwdd tho ptwoefut passing away of tits good vioiiiHn Many years ago tho deceased sufI fared u tall from which she never fully recovered and this aggravat ed by rheumatism caused tier to be come an Invalid Her sufferings had been Intense yet with calm and Chris tl n fortitude she bore her pain with with the benign and unfaltering eon I Itdeiue tluit In the end all would bet well Ever bright nnd cheerful ever UtQURhlful of her friends her life Aoflch often dark to her was always n Source of joy nnd comfort to thou who surrounded hor In this snd hour v oj every heart boat In sympathy with p time hurtjand who was ever kind and patient thoughtful and true A life that was long amid urolul tilled with Christian vlrtuw and orthjt of emulation line como to n 1 jcA cetn4 close let nothor loved one UUCP for the toward of owe who live In Gods grace Is rich and cverU tlns nnd truly this Is hers L After a start service at the homn on Lancaster street at 3 oclock thin afternoon conducted by her pastor Itev J J Dickey of true Mctnodlut church tic remains will bo tenderly consigned to mother earth In Buffalo cemetery there to await the judgment morn Respected Citizen Gone HENRY BLANKENSHIP PASSES AWAY AT PREACHERSVILLC henry Blankcnshlp one of the best known and ones of the beet respectej citizen of the Prcarborsvlllo section j of tne county passed away at LU home there Monday Aged 7fc years He was tarn and reared In Lincoln county nnd bad spent his long and useful life In IU borders He was a faithful and consistent member ol tbe Uaptifct church and departs for lao blighter shore with tne cnconluiu I Well It- I done thou good and faithful ser Mr Btankeusntp tort Us wife a uuj btr i years ago but I + tuiiivvd by children who are Mrs James Burk Mrs J W Lunsford Mrs Jack Klrby Mrs Nancy Morgan James John Joe and Mlsrt Kitty Blankcnshlp who v lib fc wide circle ot Irlends nnd loved one have the sympathy of the en tire community In their loss 1Final arrangements had not been for the funeral at the time tine I J went to press but It will j probiLly be held Tuesday afternoon with Interment In the family burying ground at Preachersvllle t 1Dead AGED CASEY COUNTY WOMAN FOUND NEAR JUNCTION CITY The body of Mrs Elizabeth Pcmbcr ton of Casey county was Monday found In n field two miles south of Junction City She was 70 years oH No marks of violence was observed on tho body but her hat and shoes could not be located Last Friday while returning from n visit to Bedford Ind she got off the train at Junction City by mistake and being unable to find n conveyance started to walk to Morelaud four mile away where members of her family came to meet her Upon her failure to arrive and the Information she hud gotten off at Junction City n search was then Instituted for her Jtts I 1 1 thought that she hind been dead since Friday night A Coroners Inquest will he held Enjoyable Afternoon AT FACULTY RECITAL OF STAN FORD PUBLIC SCHOOL The matinee recital given by tin faculty of the Stanford Graded nnd High School was ono of tho most attractive events had in years by local tflent The fair sized audience was greatly pleased as tho rapl attention showed Miss lien Ballon In the valse from Chopin and Rhapsodic from Liszt die played her usual skill as a pianist und her many friends were gratified to hoar her again She Is always good 11 lit J W Ireland supplied for Misi Fettro who was suffering from a so vrt cold He gave two numbers Sing Mo fohHIeep nccomlianiedby violin and pano and Asleep In the seep unit ns usual delighted every ono with his tpleridld bass MlM Bertha Jackson time head ol the department of expression nnd physical culture pleased the audience with two most satisfactory numbers A set of Turquols from Aldrich A trvlng Situation from Mark Twain in those selections her versatility trowers of expression ware evidence in the Interpretation and skill with which she gave them Her vocal pow or and dramatic expression dlspluyci Itself lu n superb manner and slim captured the audience Miss Berta Jean Penny shown marked ability In her violin produc urns The skill with which she plated the sextette Irom Iucla evidence liar training but In the Ninth Concert of DeBrol site displayed with wonder ful power her mastery of the violin The different movements Allegro Maostnea Adagio and Tando wore brought out with much force Rd power The remarkable sweetness or the Sap thrilled thoMt who were for tunntf enough to hoar her This recital will doubtless sllmulftti a putroWge of the i dopartnierita J than wild hero her tofora 6rerTboke Urn tart that such superb advantage were afforded in out own Stanforc Graded and High School f- I Some Bird This ANCIENT PEAFOWL NEAR GLA GOW OVER 100 YEARS OLD Glasgow Times A good many years ago tine Tlmoi wjotn up n account of an ancient peafowl when living on the propert of Mr Tom Lambert of near Peafowl school house on the road hetwcei Sulphur Well and Center On a vis It jut concluded to Metcalf county Inquiry was made as to this famnui bird nod the surprising reply was made that It Is still living By the very best of authority this penfow Is considerably over one hundrec years old In 1810 Mr borate Thompson came train Virginia and settled In what Is now Metcalf county on the place originally known al the Hnratlij Thompson farm after wards ns tbe Clark homestead nnd now nit tho George Price residence JUllgcnlorglin few years ago In 1820 Mr T G Shulfett ten a small boy was promised a pair of peafowl by Mr Thomp sun And when ho went niter them was told by Mr Thompson that tilt male of the pair given hum had boer brought from Virginia by him In 1810 It wns then a mnture bird SGHK whore between rive and ten years old Mr Shuifett kept the peafowl as long as he lived and at his death It passed Into the hands of Mr Tom Lambert a sonlnlnw of Mr Khiiffotf who ins owned him over since AirI- ng this period he has remained In time Seine family And there la not the slightest doubt ns to his Identity For 75 years this peafowl roosted on the same limb of n largo oak tree un nil the tree was finally cut down He U sold to bo somewhat shrunken In sue and his feet n little affected by the frost nnd freezes of over 100 years of his life but outside of this In Just us active and ns lull of lilt na PVIT Locally tho great old bird Is fa mOil and known all over tho country and Peafowl School in Metcalf coun ty within n few hundred yards of which ho makes his homeIs named after him Thero Is no doubt whatever that this bird is trom 105 to 120 years old anti that bo has brought from Virgin In In 1810 Tradition says that pea fowls rot frequently live to A much renter ago than this but this Is tho only authenticated Instance com ing under the Times obgoivatlon May he live long and prosper and Mange Increase Many school children suiter from constipation which Is often the cans of sewnlng stupidity nt lessons Chnmhcrlnlnfl Stomach and Liver Tablets art an Ideal medicine to given child for thoy are mild and gentle in their effect and will cure even chronic constipation Sold by Pen nys Drug Store GOES TO LAW FOR EXTRA PAY CONTRACTOR KRUEGER SUES FOR 4787 AND SUE TO FIGHTCITIZENSI CLAIM I Suit for 478776 time amount while Contractor F Krueger claims is stilt I duo hm fur work on Lincoln countys tIIOWof this city and C C Williams of Ml Vernon In the office of Circuit perk J D Swopo last week This In the amount which was awarded ton tractor Krueger by the Arbitrators Ixmney and Ruder when his claim for execs of about 10000 over the con tract price was filed with the Fiscal Court The court however refused to accept thlll agreement of the Arbitra tors and the suit Is tho result Tho amount claimed by the contractors Is for extras on tho court house such I lu concrete floor In tho basement anil other details ordered out side of the rpcclflcntlons Included In tho original contractA suit for tbU was tiled here by K P Woods and O W Carter as taxpayers of Lincoln county seeking an Injunction to prevent the payment of this sum b the court Attorneys p M MoIloberU Robert larding and KinuisU Putyear repre sent those taxpayers There are but two of the many suits which have been tiled for trial 01 the November term of the Lincoln circuit court All together there are 60 equity and common law appear nnces to one up at the next form which will be culled by Judge Walger Monday November 7th Judge Wal kar IB In Winchester this week bold Ing n special term of court There uru 2S indlctnienU brought Ij by the lust grand Jury for trial at hqcoaling term or court abao Bright Ferreir PASSES AWAY AT ROWLAND AF TER SHORT ILLNESS Bright Forrell sue of Uie best knowi government storekeepers and guager In the Eighth district died at his home in Rowland Sunday morning at r n clock He had been conlined to lie bed for only about a week but had bion In falling health for some tlm und his death hardly came as a uur prise to his many friends and lOved though a great shock to themlanes Ferrell was fifty years of age ond is uurvhed by hla wife and sever al children lIed been In the government service In this district for many years and accounted one of Utmost efficient men on Ute list lie jawing away will be sincerely and deeply mourned by a wide circle oi friendsMr Ferrell was laid to rest In the little cemetery at Wa netburg where a number of his children are burled After short services al the grave on Tuesilny Ho was a member of the tarn of Maccabees Ifi which he carried a comfortable amount of Insurance Croup la most prevalent during the dry cold weather of the early winter month Parents of young children should ho prspsrod far It All that ly needed Is n bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Many mothers are never without It In their homes and It has never disappointed them Sold by Pennys Drug Store NOTICEI In the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky In Bankruptcy In the platter of William W WJilte n bankrupt On this 21st day of October A D 1910 It ordered by the court that n tho aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 21st day of October A D 1U10 It ordered by the corut that a hearing be had upon the same on the 22 day of November A D 1UIO before void con t CovIngton In Md r trIal nt 10 oclock in the forenoon or us near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published onetime In the Interior Journal n news paper printed In said district and all known creditors nnd other persons In Interest may appear at said time and place and show cause If any have why the prayer of said thtyI aner should be granted Witness the honorable A M Cochran Judge of raid court and tho teat thereof at Richmond in said dis trict on the 21st day of October A U uno Jose C Flnell Clerk W C Bennett D C For SsleK well Improved farm of 20 acres near sit Salem house told and kitchen furniture stock and arming tools P IL Woodson Mt Salem Ky 4U23 LITTLE CUPID BUSY OVER IN GARRARD I SEVERAL RECENT WEDDINGS THE LINEOTHERL- ANCASTERlOVER NEWS- Lancaster Oct ill J W Perkins and Miss Mary Kate Singleton of this city were united In Marriage last Thursday In the city of Louisville The groom Is a son of Mrs Delhi Perkins of this county while time bride Is the second daughter of Mrs Annie Singleton and an unusually handsome young wpmau J C Crlclltls bougnt 2 head of cat tie from Mr Barton of Pulaskl at- fl40 per head The Woman club will meet Wedj resday afternoon at the Clrrlstlant church The oirule girls hold a vory success ful sale of eatables Saturday atterf noon at F 0 Hurts furniture store Jesse Ray and Miss Lorenu Lading ton of this county wore united lit mar tinge at the homo of Elder F M Tinder he pronouncing the ceremony for the young couple Mrs Robert T Embry was hostess at a 6 oclock dinner at her home on Lexington avenue Miss Mary Doty entertained Satur tap afternoon at her homo for her visitor Miss Mary Rogers of Lexington U Ii Woddy and brother of Jessa mine bought 10 head of cattle of J C Criclllls of this county at J860 jier hundred Tho ladles of the Baptist Aid So cfety realized a neat little sum from their candy sate Saturday afternoon The pupils of time Lancaster High School had un eujo able Halloween party Monday ulght at the college Attired Ilk Bhectaand masks their 11orrastriily tookedilkghosts witch esadd hobgobi itra tl14 instetouj characterMiss Elmore Is at home af ter a visit to relatives in Lexington Hrar1dinEmma JIIgli JbQltora Mrs U M Lackey Is I RIchmond for a visit toII Mrs J W Capcrton and Chester and Lexington W IL gore Jr of Stanford has been with shugal1llIson were In Lexington the first the week Mrs George Lush is oI home utter a visit to liar sister K E Hughes in Louisville Louis Thurmon and Miss Martha Ellen Sud duth both are recently front Lancaster were married In Hamilton Ohio at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs James Smit- hAnother Elopement ROWLAND BISHOP AND MISS VER MILLION SURPRISE FRIENDS Another romantic wedding occurred at Jelllco Tonn Sunday morning which Is beginning to rival Jefferson Idle as a popular Gretna Green for eloping couples Rowland Bishop one of the bestknown young men of the West End of Lincoln and Miss Georgia Vcrmllllon of Boyln county slipped elf accompanied by Mr Clove Dunn and Miss Janie Wood Fox and were undo man and wife They returned home Monday and will nuiko their homo with Mr Bishops fiither Mr Josiah Bishop at present Mr Bishop is a prominent young farmpr and will be heartily cbngratu lated by his many friends upou win njiig such a charming bride She was awarded several prizes at the coun try fairs this year for being the fret test girl on the grounds FOR SALE PRIVATELY This 200 acre farm of virgin soil Is for sale privately in the next 30 days Location 5 miler from Stanford and 3 tiMrv form Ililllflf on Uio Stanford and Danville tlkv with a 6000 brick dwelling with good bnn and other oat houses and rear school house and a good neighborhood Terms reasonable For further in formation write J P Chancier Stanford KV R F D NO i riot 23 When a cold becomes settled In the Bystem Itwill take several days treat neat to cure It and tho nest remedy to use Is Chamberlain Cough Rome dy It will cure quicker than any other and also leaves the system in a natural nod healthy condition Sold by Pennys Drug Store Blue ComISAM DUDDERAR PERFECTS A NEW VARIETY OF SEED SELECTION W A IAKber brougrt to town Haarday n wnyon Lao o blue corn and u III itctc1 much o IiIon in town itaii detfiiing that tF war the first of tJknI th t they tf1 ever seen Mr Hatcher said that ho bPd secured the seed for this from Sam Dudderar who had finally brought out the entire blue corn by careful seed selection this proving again the contention of the advocates of mien title corn growing that seed selection will prove the mose Important factor l n the production of corn Mr Dudderar had noticed that In many euro of ordinary yellow or white corn one or two grains would be found of a bluish color He carefully picked these out and for the past eight years tins been planting them nnd securing more blue grains every year Each time he would plant tho blue grains again until he has at last been 4le to produce an entire field of the blue corn with most of the ears honing not a white grain on them They have proved very good producers Mr Hatcher securing a barrel of corn to the shuck from the new variety Just what tho advantage Is produc ing this blue variety except as n curiosity and example of what can be done by careful seed selection is iot known but a thorough test will be made of the meal and other qualities of the now colored crop Mr Hatcher left a hood sized ear of the peculiar Colored corn at the I J otflce on ex hLllIOJ i Turnersville Mr Reynolds has moved fo i Luniordtiaemoved Watson Is going to occupy ttp house Mr Lunnford loft JJr J N Cash Is preparing to built n concrete store and a shop where the Lutes Bros and burned some time backWe are glad to see that the peoplt of Gilberts Creek are still awake and we would be glad to hear front them every week Mr Games Peaks children contin ties 111 Mr A D Root Is some better loulaYllle1IMrs Lucy A Carter of Moreland Is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs John Moser visited lu Shelby City Sunday Mrs Hubble of Stanford has mov to her farm Mr and Mrs Ed Hubble of Mc Kinney visited here Sunday Mr Walter Moser visited friends hereMr Jerry bombs wasHnMcKlnney on business last week The Sanduaky children have the whooping cough Mrs Bettie Helm continues very sick Sad news was received here last week of the death of Hardin Gooch of Kings Mountain He was a son of John Wesley Gooch of this place Mrs Mattie Brndshaw returned home Friday from a visit to her sister Mrs Wart In Lexington Mr John Moser ot Missouri has been visiting his nephew John Moaer Mrs A D Hoots sister of Colorado Is visiting her and also Mr and Mrs Lehlle Carter of Lxlugton Rev J W Whllehcad resigned his cOle of the flock at the Turnersvtlle Lhurch and wjas followed by Rev Moore who filled his appointment Sunday Oct L3 On Sunday night the services wore disturbed by n set of told hearted frivolousminded young people won It seenis came for the sole purpose of creating a scene Thoughtlessness 18 no excuse for such actions and the culprits should and will prosecute the full extent of the law If they ire repeated riRrrrrrrrrrrrrrrlrrCLOSING I N As I have to change climate- I Iwill sell for the next 30 days I a full line of millinery N goods trimmings and r Just purchased In the drellI A prices astonishingly low stock was carefully selected It will meet the wants of this ft or any other vicinity I will sell It as a whole If an g should present f fjHustoitvlllc rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr CASWELL SAUFLEY TO WED MISSOREAR STANFORD BOY WINS PRETTIEST GIRL AT THE STATE CAPITAL The CourierJournal In Its Franxiort letter contained this announcement which will be of much interest here for the prospective groom Is a son ofxcityHis ties and most attractive girl at the Capital City She Is a daughter of Judge Ii C OKear of the Court ot appeals The dispatch from Frankfort said At n beautiful luncheon yesterday afternoon given at her country home OIcrtAyr Miss Helen ORear an flounced her engagement to Ensign Richard Caswell Saufley U S N At the same time that Miss ORear told her hnpjiy secret to Intimate friends Kuslgn Saufley gave dinner on hoard Uls battleship the Kansas to his brother officers and told them of his approaching marriage to the young Kentucky beauty The dining room and table decora Mona were In white chrysanthemums and Iron this radiated white satin ribbons to each guests plate with the t place cards attached The cards told the story it wasnt necessary to 4 speak the happy news A small pic j tare of the bridetobo was In tho upper left hand corner and love knots and cuphis pointed to the name En sign Cuswell Saufley In the other tumor rue ices carried out the announcement idea aus were unusual i ly attractive being candles and can dlesticks which were brought in lighted and before blowing them out the guests made a wish for the hap j piness of the prospective bride and The guests were Misses Margaret MuChord sad Ifottl e ejle Louisville flies Elise uandrIdgoMlss Bertha Scott MlM Virginia Gray Miss Virginia Hoge Miss Annie Mason Miss Isabel South and Miss Hazel ORearThe wedding will be solemnized In 1 the early spring I I New Grocery TO BE OPENED THIS WEEK BY COFFEY COLEMAN i l A new grocery establishmentwill be opened in Stanford this week by Robert H Coffey and Earl Colentan who have been the popular assistants lu Pennys drug store for the past several years They have leased the store room on Main street recently purchased by D M Elmore from H C Baughman and are installing an up todate and complete line of the latest fancy and staple groceries Both of the proprietors are young men of energy nail ability and are hustlers from the word go Their friends are confident that they will make goodtirand win a deserved aucce s- Brodhead Mont Roberts near PitUburg Pa is with homefolks near Gum Sulphur for a few days Henry Green will move his family to Louisville in a few days Aunt Katie Owens has return from a ten days visit to her son K M Owens at Salem Ind Mrs Nannln Jarrett visited in Mt Vernon Monday smilingIover counters rys after an extended visit to rela lives In Knoxville Homer Wallln of Somerset and A C Kidwell of Loa it non Junction were here first of week A tour year old son of William Dur tram Is very sick with pneumonia Mrs McLeniore of Chicago III was visiting here first of the week Miss Nannie Terklns a Eubanks was the Sliest of Mr and Mrs A E Albright first or week A E Albright visited In Crab Orchard first of the week The five year old daughter of David Wool of the Negro Creek section Is very low with typhoid fever The old old story told times with out number anti repeated over and over again for the last 30 years but It Is always ti welcome story to those In search of health Thero Is nothing In the world thnt cures coughs and ns quickly an Chamerlalns Cough Remedy Sold by Penny a Drug Store Cincinnati Oct 31CatUere ceipts 3831 quiet 10CP23 cents lower Fair to good shippers 5JfJ common J 25a73 Hogs Receipts 3072 generally 5 cents lower Butchers and shippers J8SOS8S5 common 54i 825 Sheep Receipts 757 quiet 10 rents lower 23iio Lambs quiet und generally 10 cents lower t350ffr C60 7 = Me lIlItLt Ji t Uli IINOVUMllblR lit WO 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALTtEBDAY 1IIE INTERIOR JOURNAL I Established 1872 HELTON SAUFLEYPubllhol Entered at the Poet Office at stan lord Ky as Second Class malL KVBRT TUESDAY AND FRIELY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the I Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst at the election to be held November 1911 subject to the action of the Demo Almost every correspondent who writes for the Interior Journal has something to say about the poor con di lon of Lincoln countys roads as compared with those of Doyle Oar rard and other neighboring counties I Anyone who travels much thrnuct thus Section Is bound to notice the airfercnce and ask the reason why Now what Is thoreaspn Just a week until the Is settled whether the Interestsare to run the government for another two years through holding control of thVWwer HeUse1 of Congress Dont forget to Ffcobl once on behalf ol the people by voting for Helm j Many a Lincoln county hubby 13i already being told whit ho can buy his WIre for Christmas Malt Meade Decisions OF COURT OF APPEALS CAUSE MUCH INTEREST Several months ago Judge Oftear of the court of appeals handed down an opinion holding that It was a violation of the local option laws to sell malt 11 quors in a dry terrltpry as malt li quors was an Intoxicant whether It produced a feverish drunk or Just a mild sort of intoxication malt meade was constructed to bo Bach ant It was therefore against the law to sell in prohibition territory The case was sent to the Court oft Appeals from Bowling Oreen and created much comment throughout the Btlite- lljioti tills decision the grand jury now sitting at the present term of the Madison circuit corut has notified nil roalt meade dealers in Richmond and btadtseri county last that they must flthitrl tOp sBlMagthis article bf drink or answer indictments which would bfa fortacp olng Jmmsdlately Tho grand Jury held that the city council had no right to grant a license for selling nialt mead near beer ond oth drinks of like character Upon this warning the local dealers decided to quitNow the Court of Appeals has rev versed Itself this time Judge Carroll has handed down an exhaustive opin ion whirl was given Wednesday and- y said in part That liquor sold In a local option district must be proven to bp Intoxi eating if It Is such a liquor that Its properties are not judicially known The above case was from lleatty vine A dealer named Gouley was In olcted on the charge of selling malt liquor contrary to the prohibition laws was fined and the case taken to the higher court Of course under Judge Carrolls opinion It must be proven lit that a person became drunk from the effects of malt meade and this would to practically impostble The de cision Just rendered is a direct rever f sal of the opinion handed down some time ngo by Judge ORear and in this city which Is greatly concerned over the question Just at this time there commentbalways intoxicant held f Landunder the statute It was unlawful I In a local option territory was t T- lt J t4 to cotiVltrt un3ei Ij 1 to go weal 1 will sell at public auction on 10th at J P Itogers place near Cedar Creek on and Crab Orchard pike 1 pair mare mules 1 pair horse mules each 3 brood mares 3 7 year old horses 2 Jersey cows 4 coming heifers bred In May 5 fat hogs also lot of stock bogs good as new used only one year lot of and geese nnd some goods Also nice lot of corn and hay P Auct fli write to tell you the news that me so much and 1 is itS w n Mrs Mar ing as I did will take for it has been a to me and E52 Take TRIEDREMEDY FOR THE GRIP IERD tw COLD rjiidtbWeddtbet Iteposslble JhjNjie 1II1RgR1 IggdLI1maxPr SAIiEIleaving decided Thursday November Stanford 3yearolds Noto 2yearold farming Implements chickens household KENNADA ROGERS- J Chandler Shtgood Cardul helped kltIworth gold writes Maryan trustThai CArdul Gods blessing everylady CARDUI The Womans Tonic No matter if you suffer from headache backache pains in arms shoulders draggingdownfeelings feel tired weary worn out and generally miser youItof other weak sick ladies and if you will only give it a you will be thankful ever after 11 PUBLIC SALE I On account of declining health I have decided to rent out my farm lying on the Stanford and 1reachersvllle turnpike 6 miles from Stanford and 2 miles from Preachersvllle for the year Jau sell off my personal property and go to Arizona I will therefore on Thursday the 17th day ot November 1910 on the above premises offer at public auction the follow lug property to wit HORSE STOCK 12 head ot horses and mules among them one 5yeanoId Chester Dare mare well broke safe for women to drive and good saddler INn a both gelding three years old broke to ride and drive and very gentle two 2yearold Lincoln Squirrel fillies broke to saddle and harness 1 yearling Lincoln Squirrel filly All the abbveuut of good mares 11100d wagon and farm horse 1 good buggy mare sate for children to drive to school 1 pair three year old mules well broke and good work ers one weanling mule MILK COWS 4 good milk cows all fresh 1 yearling heifer 4 calves 50 hogs consisting of 13 fattening hogs bro l sows shoats etc 2 buggies 1 buckboard 1 Fn ler cart 1 spring wagon 1 two howe wagon 3 sets of buggy harness 1 Buena Vista saddle 1 ladys saddle wagon harness plow gear etc FARM IMPLEMENTS Binder mower Hooalcr corn planter disc harrow section harrow i plows 2 road scrapers 2 cane mills i evaporator one wheat fan new torn Sheller corn crusher 100 barrels Of corn a lot of good sorghum for teed and about is bushels qt cane seed j Household and kitchen furnitUre consisting of such things that are usually found In a country home t POULTRy 100 pure bred hens and roosters Plymouth Hock Black Lang BUimsn Buff Orphlngtons and Laced Wyandottcs also about 100 v i hens 8TERMS OF SALE Alt sums of 110 cash in all gums over that amount a credit of d will be given notes to be made negotiable and payable In the First National Bank of Stanford bearing sIx per cent interest from day of lIaie until paid v Alunch of hot settee and light broad will be served to all who attend i Col J P Chandler Auctioneer u WP WIUTEI J oJ 4i 4 1JV N 1 00 PUBLIC SALE Having rentedmyfarm J will on November 15th 1910 at my farm four miles rrom Stanford on the HUstonvlllo pike sell to tho highest and best bidder all of my slock farming Implements crops several hood of cows 2 yearling steers 5 head of butcher heifers 1 rntr of work mules four and six yearn old 1 pair fouryearold more mules 3 mule colts 2 brood mares 1 work iiare 1 extra yearling Carroll Preston H Saunders 1 calf 11 head ot meat hogs J shoats 175 shocks of corn and fodder horsepower cutting box and nil farming a Jlrst class farm- Abeglulo sale na I nnf going to Oklahoma Terms made on day ot sale A D ROOT J P Chandler Auct Lame back comes on suddenly and Is extremely painful It Is caused by of the muscles relief Is afforded by applying Cham berlalns Liniment Sold by Drug Store G oooWi Beech Nut Sliced i I Breakfast Bacon It I if Beech Nut nuBler pitK f R eh Nut Orange larmalade matadei i 1 Seech Nut arApple Jelly = Wr eVp V j I W H HIGGINS j- I Stanford Kentucky 5 t OoO O o OOO a JoH KENNEDYRICHMOND KENTUCKY Will be Glad to tillLlncorn Friends and Acquaintances REPRESENTING PETER BURGHARD OF LOUISVILLE WILL BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OP M ONUMENTS AT REASONABLE PRICES ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION the Lincoln County national Dank Of Stanford Kttfucky CAPITAL 5 5000000 SURPLUS 5000000 RESOURCES v 34000000 8 H SHANKS PRES1frNTEW M BRIGHT CASHIER J B PAXTON BOOSTERASST CASH DIRECTORS W O Walker Stanford d 11 Shanks Stanford J B Paxtrn Stair rl W H Traiur 4J1or1 Creek Ueo Carter Stanford H L HulikU lan alllcr A T Nunuoliy Stanford W n Shnki Stanford Lllburn Gooch iloTI FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 SafetyDepositOFFICERS I S Hocker President- S TIHarris VicePresident C Baughman Cashier W W Ind Bookkeeper J It lards Bookkeeper u19 Implement neededod known Col rheumatism Quick Penny W STOCK DIRECTORS F Reid J II Daughman- M D Elmore J M Pettus HC Baugbman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson E C Walton J S Hocker W II Murphy RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make your home as modern for your family as a ice residence and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by menus of our telephone ssrvice which you and your neighbors can get for a eum that is smallcompared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to icadquartera Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we KentuckyTennesseeIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL k TEL CO lftVaPORATRp k M M M M RIM 11 Ill iiI- I S STATE BANK TRUST CO = STANFORD KY N I N 4 I wd N M j ra w e to b CAPITAL STOCK 150000 Officers President W L McCarty Vice Presidents G L Penny J S Rice J D Eads Cashier v J W HutcheiOn- Attlstant Cashier C Hays Foster i I IIIIIIIIMWE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS rr i r 11111 J u DRESS WELL Ir hand tailored suits at 1750 to 30 also in the cheaper grades at 10 1250 and 15 Also in a plain made and a Norfolk Corduroy suit at 750 and 1250 Sizes r 4 worn 36 to 50 it it rn tt tO L It 11 E R For the for the for all We have the SUP Pens Fit the out fit out here and save Co Undertaken iniE r- on Also in fur aiture M tting They will exchange Furniture for lU Kinds of Stock Gin Hum a Call Harry JacobsDealer tn and ol and Granite Markers and pow and Law Vases and Betteet Omce and works Mo CUT FLOWERS FOR I I tan furnlih the the bet AI well BI the reibeit ol cut flower plant of all kind bulb potted flower on short notice Also make a ipeclalty of wreaths for for funeral purpose ID connection with the aboye I have all klBdO on hand at reasonable crleef 5l11alrdJ7 While is I sary to dress I gantly is very neces I sal y to dress well And J to be well dressed re quires a well tailoredI well styled well fit ted garment We feel we can the average mind bpdy with one of our cM It r H V r I H J McRofoerts I I r Penny Coffey School Supplies Kindergarten High School grades SCHOOL r PLIES needed Stationery Tablets satisfactorily them PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky Jl Beazley iWers Hugf Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Manufacturer Marble Monuments Cemetery KlnDerKi pnbllowlth vegetable OHniBTMANQnKENJIOUHEBKB 0 not neces extrava and Fit and Pleaser and Coleman Pencils Rulers Books children money EmbHS SALE W ATRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford Kentur- MyCONCRETING t+ WearelnpOiltlontodoBllklodi ot ton ameDU1UUtlaeon down to a fence poet we caD serve 11 ourlpccSoeeWtore PHILLIPS ERGS Stanford iTy When Hungry 00 TO Canons Restaurant Lancaster Ut l- Btanford K Meals served at all boors op to ItM rfBest place tu wn for a good jolek f meal Cooking to snit our cuitomenoaripeoUjty Bpl ndli nee line of fancyI I Groceries Hot Coffee HsDdwIchtii plei Bottr milk and iwe t milk etot all times V A GA4I I Iy Prv t 1A+ 111S t I c I zIr TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1st iD10THESTANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL PAGE TURK 4J w 4T Winter Coats l The unexpected drop in of Wiclter co a Top Coat We have a Splendid showing of Plush Caracule Black Cloth Fancy I Manisii mixtures etcttsOto 81760 t 1 tjj Misses Coats V IInleait ule Scotch mixtures and Kerseys 5 to 1650- I 4 Childrens Coats InPIush Bear Skins Mixtures 8100 to 0flO I SEVERANCE SON KentuckyI1 fountain ponll for school use 75 cents U and 1125 at Penny Drug Store 1 rPERSONALS+ Mlts Margaret Iewla has gone from UiP a to Alt Vernon Ohio when ehe baa a niceposition la aMkoo Torn Green formerly of this section p o v has moved from gftringt4ldto Reason land order bli 4 J changed HU father jid mother are now frith him Craig auittof the NVajracsburg section leave for Detroit Thursday prospecting Ills many friends bops he wlfLoi Iwo Lincoln pnnonent1- J J N Saunders and Sophia t + pent Sunday with his father near r IxiuUvHlu SIr Saundcn upend every Sabbath with his father who h t now In feeble health and in declining I yoara Ills exnmplo of filial devotion It a beauUful one Mr Sbnford Men camo from Mil lereburt Saturday to see her aunt Ira George P Urlght before her death at C Turpln hu returned to Btpn 0 ford Shandon Ohio wheru he f has lived for acme Unto lie says old Lincoln U Rood enough for him lftW 8 yhhIs spending several with Hon W C Flab and other relatives at Paint UcK oJ Mrs Sam llardln at London stop ped over with trio family or Mr O D t Vonren her uncle last week visiting Mrs Belle llurnilde who has Logo quits 111 at Lancaster y I Mrand Dirs Penny of Perryvllle + r have been the guests of net sister Idr D D Carter O II Turley A prominent horseman and tanner of Madison county was here Monday looking a some of Iln- toln county fine horseflesh a- 4fewborbuying Mrs John Urlght Is quite III at her home on Danville avenue Mr S JI Embry Ill at horn on Lancaster pike and his friends ana loveq ones arc oulte uneasy tin Mollie OUcRoVcfa baa returned from a pleasant visit to Richmond rtIstlvtts t Mr and Mrs Sam Bpoonatnore spent Sunday with JuncUoriClty roll itlvon orIra C E Shelton and Mrs Wit Hart Meaty of Corbin were guests off Mr and Mrs Cbas C Davis Tues day until Wednesday Mrs Shelton was on her way to Oklahoma and Mrs Iknty en route to Level Green to visit her mother MrerJlRtQner Mt Vurnon Signal Mr Qulncy Carman went to Stan ford Saturday and was accompanied home by his aunt Mrs P W Whlpp who Is visiting her mother Mrs J M Tllford Liberty News vars Hicks of Danville who has been thu guest of Mrs Harry Aldridgo Is now vlslUng friends In liustonvlllc A It Wallace who Is clerking at the Hotel Win lor in Parts spent soy eral days with his mother hero C Hays Foster visited a mighty pretty girl at Plnevlllo over Sunday Mr Mrs John Owslpy Held returned Saturday from heir bridal tour spent In ork and other eastern points Mrs P T eck has returned from a pleasant visit to Dr Joseph Ucck family at Wllmoro U Wt aivcus bas n quite 111 with neuralgia at his homo In the Hubbl6 section for several ddys- Mrs George P Maury nat litllO laughter who have with the tore icY parents for some time return ed yesterday to their homo In Mill curl D Newland has Just ruturned from the cttteshere he has eying now goods Ir SNOES 1 l J teor Bverybody and in all STYLES J- it Shoes That Keep Yourp f I s Feet Warm Dry t Cummins Weareni i s i STANFORD KENTUCKY THIS STORE It THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNEft MARX CLOTHES I I SHORT LOCAL NEWS I 1 Fleeced underwear 39 cents garment Cummins and Wearen I FRESH GROCERIES 1 XfJU NEWtANbS- For r SaloIts I Rod roosters Mrs S M Helm IorelandKy It R 1 I have opened my new black smith shop on Lancaster stroet fourth house across the railroad and will appreciate tho patronago or everyone1 James Wcflee 712 BakerMIss Nelllo tar Unja popular youngcouple ot Row land wore united 1n marriage at the homo of the bride last week by llev J T Chantocn They have the heai ty good wishes of many friends Evangelist Ed I liubbard has Just concluded a most satisfactory meeting nt the Bethel Church of Christ on Green river There were 65 souls odd ed during the 15 days meeting When you dont advertise nobody knows that you are doing business and 1t won t bo long before youll not know It yoursoli The Dlxlo Vaudeville Coraany which is ut tuu opera house playing a five nlghta engagement this week gave a first class and attractive performance la every respect for the price cburged last night Everyone who mlsae l It ipsBcdfnn hour or two of clean fun uual and dancjng that pleased all Undoubtedly one or the highest litllVlud yUle acts seen on any stase Is ot Phil Mack the h v man comet His work with Kenneth LcCardo Lad repeated encores One of the tUeetwindows seen In Stanford In a long Umo Is that of Cummins Wearen In which they taro u miniature lake installed sur ounded by attractive tolllago and scenery They aro using it to adver tleo tholr fine lino ot shoes this week For Sale Fivo roomscottage and all necessary outbuildings well fenced Apply to Bud For SalT Dr house and two acres of land on Somerset street nice cottapucn Last Main street houS land 25 acres on East Main and a louse and five acres of lAnd on Dan vlllo avenue Apply to Harvey Helm For sale privately my home on East Mam Street Mrs L U Cook Stanford Kentucky- It Is dellclously paltan e agrees with tho weak stomach contains the soothln healing strengthening and curuUvo elements Makes you well and happy Holllsters hock Mountain Ton 35 cents Tea or tab lets Shugara and Tanner Found Abunchof 7 keys in town Owner can get same at this office by paying for this ad The tax books of Crab Orchard grad led school are now ready and taxes I are due Tho penalty will go on Nov ll The books will always be at the offlce of the Orchard Banking Lackey I reasurer6asI All who pao for Presby terian society will notify us at once- i cvo desire to ship In a few days I Mrs J D Paxton Prca- EVERYTHING FRESH FOR THAT XMAS CAKE AT- t1EWLAND8 1 rank Cordler bought the Napier property at Rowland and will open a photograph gallery Mr Cordler han I DCen appointed postmaster and be I glad to BOO his many friends Rooms for rent furnished or unfur nished Mrs Laum Hundley Stanford priceexcursion of The last popular this year over the Queen l Crescent Koute to Cincinnati will be run next Sunday Nov 6 The train will start from Somerset The roundtrip fare from Moreland will bo U60 The price from McKinney passengers will I be tho same J L Ucazloy tho uptodate furni lUre dealer and undertaker has Just installed tine of tho handsomest tuner to this com ill cars ever brought munity It IB rubber tired and other equipped the most modem Improvements 1 v JUST DROP IN And s of Snap- pyWinterna4aandRrm In ber our motto is t UIgb Quality and a square Deal Do us favor of looking at our goods you might do your pocketbook the justice of a saving Our store is fairly bristling with choice winter goods We have the antidote for these chilling winter winds in Un derwear Blankets Comforts etc All who havo sacked their papers nt home will pupae notify me at onc Mrs J D Paxton I Stop stomach distress and all stem a large bdx guaranteed byGL peql nytb ct re fndigtftutir money badx y 11 t your are uf Wflknsonilbltitier shbp It W MIIbirn f Ghosts goblins and other spirits of All Saints Day were out In lull force on Halloween night Sundry gates were found In unusual and unexpected places this morning and other pranks generally of an innocent nature wound to have been played by tie live ly youngsters CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE ORGANIZED A Chnutauqua Literary and Scien tific circle has brganlztd by the teachers of the Stanford Graded school Tbls Cause of reading and study evidences the interest taken In educational progress Supt J W Ireland was reelected president Miss Margaret Hopper VIet president Miss Claudia Eaton Becre Tho circle will meet once eAca week for study and mutual advanco ment The object Is intellectual eq largement and the vitallzUon and development of the teaching force Reward09e The nadtrt of till pj will be pkMtd to leun that there W at kut Woe f4duce that aroa u table to wee all iu n+iR U4 tSat II CkUnb IlUTi aunt lUte M uw 0017 ponttn ran now known M ibf nntlftl tratnonjr Uturrh la Umafir Ktac Upon UK blood ant moeomi nirtttr el ab vntrai itimtj Htnjtat tbe louiuUtlon of tee 4MM fwd IfTIII toe patlmt rents t r building op Uw cooiututioo ud art me rutura to doux ba work Tba proprHtcn bino mum filth In IU curaUn pavan that tb ofltr On IInndrKl Down ItIoc that It rape to tur send for UMot A tdnw r J cue 4 PO ToMfl O Foe by all Dru 4C te Take uanf raoAv ran for wowipawon DANDRUFF ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair dressing when druggists everywhere and In Stanford the Pennys Drug- Store will guarantee ZEMO and 2B MO soap to entirely rid tho scalp of the germ life that causes the troubleI ZEMO and ZEMO soap can tained in any city or town In America apd Are recognized the best and most economical treatment for all affcc tlonn of the skin or scalp whether on Infant or grown person One shampoo with ZEMO soap and application ot ZEMO will stop Itching and cleanse the scalp of dandruff and scurf Ap plicaUon of ZEMO and use of ZEMO soap will cure the most obstinate case ot eczema or skin disease We invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMO soap and if not enUrely fied we will refund your money There will bo an exchange at J L Ueailoye furniture store next 8atui day Nov 6 for the benefit of Home Missions Help a good cause HOG RAISERS Are your hogs worth 5 cents per 1 We guarantee Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy to keep bogs healthy and free disease for r cents per head poi month It cures Cholera Kills Worm Stimulate the Appetite Aids Olgestlon and causes hogs to fatten very rapidly This remedy is used and endorsed by leading hog raisers throughout the country Ceiae aI aud let us tell yeas About it Sold by Stanford Drug Co I Notice We have a saw nun for sale with 40horsepower bailer 30 hp engine a new saw mill fur sale 3 cash bal Plwing Mill Kings MottBtali Xy IU t t hN II 1Jy I I Tailored Suits i j 0 It is always largest stock that has most attractive gr ments in it We believe that in our stock of one hundred suits yo6 will find more choice models and more attractive prices than you fin Tr v if liar Jin many larger ones For this wee kN some extra special va witfjRS biul 1 r worth 1750 to 20 at t1 I Stanford Here Miss from days after with rII Lora New and boon Tom been John wUi that most Crab wipe with the wlDutesb1ItaldngMlfolta DanvlllolSteam been tjlry 100 oaWwdtrtttly AND eats head from New months not the the J5iWe15iSL1TL6 JJJifIlWE HAVE A SHORT OPTION ON 4400 ACRES OF VIRGIN PINE TIMBERLANDS f 2 MILES FROM HOUSTOjy ATAXAo OfI SrHELL ROAD AND RAILROAD 8AW TIMBER ONjHAB t N F TED AT15o00beo 1 FEET2SDOO T f jUR IPENrfN i1J DtgtAIlCRi4L YI Ir4J rTUrI14IS I t THEpKfCEls trtrPERXCRfc LAND IT HXs SEE oLD I FpR IJO PE A9RE r Wr NEEDtmqOQ TOAgINailtrWjC pU MONEY REFUNDED NY TIME WITH 10 PER CllNriNTrartT WE WANT TO GET DEAL CLOSED sANDHAVE rAFE R BOUTCOME LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SCOTT COljlTY VAqAt Wf ALL SIZES AND PRICED 1 4 DAN McMILLIAN CO t Lancaster Hotel Building Georgetown Ky r J WINTER TOURIST TICKETSTO LORIDAAND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTSION SAUB DAILYI LI IIr I 1e Vrl I t s AIe ingeAssortment Qf Coda Shades i W Itlt I W E PERKINS KENTUCKYL II Ie 1L R Hughes TW mbleW O Mir I NBW SILKS tV c1L rr lw ra We have just received a new line of Persian Silks for- waistsI and dresses Alseveral pieces of Chiffon Inadifferent shades to be used fpr waists and folds Price from 50 cts to 150 yard HUGHES MARTIN CO 1f Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD CKYJIriD NAs riurP ptlgi unr + h era Y I k s II i LJ ul4 2lML 11 eW r1 I w 1Hi LPAOli FOUR THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY NOVEMBER let 1910i1 L T MEN WHO CARE Kinds Stanford well line of Fall and Winter Models Suits and They Character and Prestige They stamp of elegance II and refinement line They more ordinary Ino Fall Hats Hat matter be- comingness good shapes this Fall make matter requirement Style Color and ICpaatIUJiCQA1AtS I SAM ROBINSON I Stanford Ky EEeeeeeeEE Iii 5 s II= AND WI 1 Ii Lear ceai WI VI T 1L SANDERSliltlIi Crab Orchard Kentucky 1 I U SS F II Diamond Edge Food Cutters Notice that Food Cutters food nor Cutters The Edge Food Cutter cuts food clean pair scissors Diamond Edge Food Cutter carefully adjusted that the toughest tendons meat cut Diamond Edge Food Cutter probably half the required a result this cutting principle cuts meat into sausage shreds cocoanut cuts slaw also has a pulverizer attachment for making l nut butter grinding pepper etc The fastest Let your q SALE GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD plentyofIv pI HB Northcott WvlJ BUYER AII of Farm Produce BranchT K Tudor Mgr fi WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Eggs 2324c Hens 12o oi Fryers lie I Turkeys I2lSc E 18cfper c HMefl Ib1cFeath-ers l40c LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE I Wa please you Phone 153 i Will do to see our new in Overcoats give to the wearer carry the in every cost than the New The of course is a of The many we show it an easy to meet any mans as to Shape Price we say Inot macer- ators choppers but Diamond actually the as as a of cuts paper The is so in are clean A turns with exertion in other kinds as of clean It coffee cutter made us show BV KY OF 88 per IN can IfOU have anything to sell I cia the i STOCK LINE Take to J Nunnelleys New Stock Yards He llllysand sel s every day in the year except Sunday Bring on your stock BeAt market in J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of fl f All kinds ot farm produce and am pdylng today tore Eggs 29C Hens H- eI ryergs 9r- RoastterJ 5 to 5 12C Turkeys 12 to 13c Ducks 7 to Sc Hides C 12 to7c Feathers 15 to 43o Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick en Feed for sale or in exchange for Produce Phone 20 THE FARMERS 60 meat hogs for sale weighing from 160 to 275 pounds W U Land A beautiful pony cart and harness for sale Henry Hankla Junction City Ky- LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 100 acres In line shape crop goes RoyfoldsTwo cattle were loft at my pens bypayingA T Nunnelley Stanford landbelongingOklahoma will be sold at auction he ginning Nov 21st under regulations of the Interior Department A mini mustbeon deferred payments The fine Uluo Grass farm of the Versallles sold to IL H Vansant at 1175 per acre A goose parade of 3500 birds took TuesdayTheytains of Eastern Kentucky to bo fat tened for eastern markets- J II Buughmun returned Friday from Gallatin Tenn whero ho vis ited W N Griffin who bought much of Mr Bs prize mulo stock at his big sale in September Mr Griffin states that ho has already won over 1000 in premiums at ihje big Tennessee fairs and Is greatly pleased with his Investment Tho Kentuckybred mules attracted wldo attenUon and favorable comment wherever shown Sir Daughman has secured several several very fine pairs of mare mules lately which ho will take to Atlanta and he Is already beginning to make preparations for his second annual sale which will be held hero next yearMr R H Crow has made several nice sales of his tine thoroughbred Durocs recently He recently sold t gilts to A W Carpenter two to W It Wingate and one gilt and a boar to Robert Burke at fancy prices For SaleSplendid family horse anybody can drive him perfectly gen tit and sound Apply to Ualley Hill FARM FOR SALE 80 acres tying 1 12 mllos roost of Highland 9gm cottage ind out hintsea 1 abutr acresinculifvntk plenty of wslde Reason for sehfng ontnot- able to work on farm Price reasonable JAS A KING 608 Stanford Ky R F D No 3 Box 65 CATARRH Cured by The Marvel of The Century U D BTelted for 30 Years Hawking splttin oul breath dlv I charges of yellow mailer permanent ly cured with pure Bdtanlcar Ingredl j ents To prove It we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREEI CATAH11H IS NOT ONLY DANGER cleat4lndoften muses goes of appetite nnd reaches to general debility Idiocy and oncelure j I B B B it is a quick radical penna nent cure because it rids the system of the poison germs that cause cntarrh at the same time Blood Balm B B B purifies the blood does away with every symptom of catarrh B B B sends a tingling flood of warm rich j pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves and parts affected by catarr- hal poison giving warmth and strength just where it Is needed aud In this way making a perfect lasting euro of catarrh In all Its forms DRUG GISTS or by express I PER LARGE BOTTLE with directions for home cure SAMPLE SENT FJIEB by writ ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Des tribe your trouble and free medical advice given Sold by Shugars and Tanner PUBLIC SALE I will at my residence ono fourth mile south of Crab Orchard on the pubUc Friday November 4th 1910 propertytosows and pigs 14 shoats cows and calves farming Implements vehicles of all descriptions 100 brown leg horn chickens machinery of nil kinds household goods Including kitchen fur future also set of dining room furnl turo consisting of sideboard tnblo and chairs of tho finest English oak i sets of harness about 20 barrels of corn 200 bales of hay louder and tops In field and other property too numcr ous to mentio- nTERMSAll bills over 110 aud un der cosh In hand over 10 a note bearing 6 per cent Interest glltcdgo i security WILLIAM MONKS Crab Orchard Ky Public Sale Having sold iny farm to move to Somerset I will sell publicly on the Preachersvilio pike 2 12 mites from Stanford on- Saturday November 5th Commencing at ten ooh ck the fol lowing property g Mad of horses 1 jack 2 Jonnets milk cows lot of corn mullet Borcliutu all kinds of farming tools 1 two horse wagon onehorse wagon buggy and bar ness lot of chickens good cook stove household and kitchen furniture and ninny other things too numerous to mentionTINSLEY SPOONAMORE Col J P Chandler Au- cLPUBLIC SALE laving decided to move clsewore II will otter on- Wednesday November 9th 1910 My farm of w acres on Danville pine 6 tulles west of Stanford 5 miles east of Danville This a fine tract of land with good Improvements At tho same time I will dispose of 15 acres ctf corn in the shock two and om balf acres of tobacco In excellent condition 1 good ccarriage horse 7 years old works anywhere one mare 10 years old good farm and driving animal I tine 2 year old gelding well broke 1 filly extra good 1 Jersey cow with fine flow of milk 1 179 rang good as now 1 upright piano almost new Also aiy entire household and kitchen furniture Terns made known on day of sale MRS A S GILMORE r Stanford Ky K F D No2 The Favorite Tonic ler Women DRHOAGS A betft test wffl eearlaet rt this U sel4byihehA PENNYS DRUG STORE o erw rel u rr I Ii PGSTEDITho hunting season Is upon us and nearly everyone want to post his place The charge In 25 cents cash with name E B Denham T A Rico J W Hughes AI J Hoffman- M F Luvrt uce J H Acton- J S Harris J W Haughman S II Daughman J H Haughinan Frank Cordler Will Cordier Christ Jacob M B Lytle Sale of Hustonville Property Having other property la Huston vlllo 1 will on- Saturday Nov 5th 1910 sell the following described real estate One twostory frame house with 18 rooms arranged BO that two families can live In It two back yards one extra nice vacant building lot one extra largo two story barn a good livery bani 2 large sheds 2 lasting wells ono back lot This property Is well fenced and in good repair has all outbuildings neCe- Ssary and Is situated on Main and Co ego streets ono square from very lie Kmded school one square from tho Christian church ono square Iron Baptist church and two squares from Presbyterian church mid is In n splendid neighborhood- I will also soil ono Curtis 8 glassfront carriage as good as now two Road high wheel sulkies two phaetons one twohome driving cart ono Hancock disc plow and GOO or GOO boles of No 1 hay Sale begins promptly at two oclock Terms mudo known on day of salo For other particulars address by phone or otherwise D 8 CARPENTER Huttonvllle Ky S D CARTERNew Liver Depot StrootPhono 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICE Not getting a sat isfactory price for my property I will continue business at the oldstand G B PRUIT T Moreland Ky J FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Agents H F HILLENMEYER 4 SONS Lexington Kentucky The Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Danville Ky I I M DUNN PRES H D STILES V P HENRY McWILLIAMS MGRJOHN S VANWINKLE SECY TREAS J C DAVIS BK Incorporated FOR THE SALE OF LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO PERRYVILLE STREET ONE BLOCK OF Q C DEPOT DANVILLE KY THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED HOUSE IN THE BURLEY DISTRICT FOR THE SALE OF LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO SOUTH OF THE RIVER SHELTER FOR 50 LOADED WAGONS AND ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF HORSES FREE STABLES AND INSURANCEWE BEST POSSIBLE FACILITIES FOR SELLING LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO AND WITH OUR SPLENDIDLY LIGHTED HOUSE IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND SEE US BEFORE MAK ING ANY ARRANGEMENTS FOR DISPOSING OF YOUR TOBACCO Ji TIMESevo are having In tho building line We carry a full line of lime plaster cement and everything else needed purchaseddty and the best for Intended purposes v Wo will save you trouble and uaaecwt envy cxpenso by sending to us for aa estimate J A ALLEN Stanford Ky HARNESS ON A HORSE should be mnde so as to give him per feet comfort Wo carry everything required In harness nnd horse goods but only the bOlt and most tollable lines If you need harness for farm wagon or for a racing sulky you will get the best of Its kind at J C McCLARY Stanford Kya Fall And Winter Suiting My new fall and winter tamales are now toady for your Inspection They comprise the bout on tho market I- rAn suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure U preferable tore 41 made clothes To nav4 them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready sads when quality and nt u asrara UM In and 11 re teas rear aaMuur- U C JU itr Us Practical Tailor J C McClary Undertaker at4EmhamerS- TANFOItO KY a+ Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 SHOW YOR WIFE a fire Insurance policy if you want to case nor mind She naturally wor housebeingyou a policy In a good company today Then whatever happens you are protcctqd against the loss by nrez 1worthW S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 YOU CAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 I- cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11rJ H Baughman Co i