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BRIGHT DIES ON MONDAY END COMES PEACEFULLY TO WOMAN AFTEH YEARS OF 3UFFERINC. AT Enjoyable Afternoon FACULTY RECITAL OF STANFORD PUBLIC SCHOOL. GOES TO LAW EXTRA KRUEQER LITTLE CUPID BUSY PAY SUES Blue Corn SAM CASWELL SAUFLEY A FOR CONTRACTOR OYER IN GARRARD SEVERAL RECENT WEDDINGS STANFORD BOY WINS PRETTIEST The matinee recllal Elven by the FOR $4,787 AND CITIZENS OVER THE LINE OTHER GIRL AT THE STATE faculty of tho Stanlord GtHileil nnd W. A. H.ileher brougr.t to town SUE TO FIGHT HIS LANCASTER NEWS High School wu one of the most atria'.irdny n wnnon .t,.vl c l.l 10 corn, CAPITAL. CLAIM. tractive event hnd In years by loeni uud 11 lit Mtt-- I much a ik.iio'i In Mm (JcorKc P llrlght Is dead. thlent The fair aled iiudlenci' wns Uuicastcr, Oct. .11. Suit for 1 1,787 7."., the umount whlcu town. n.aii. dec .nr that ' wus the The Courier-Journa- l In Us FranKtort ThU was tliu mid Irtelligunce tlial greatly pleased ns the rapt nttention Contractor K Kruegur claims Is I W Perkins and Miss Mniy Kale first .if ntlll' t.ie kin1 th t thev in, over letter contained this announcement, went (turn lip to lip Monday, for Just showed dingleton, of this city were united in seen. Mr. Hntcher said that bo hfld winch will be of due him lor work on Lincoln county's much interest here, the noonday min sent forth it most MIim i:iln luillou In the value from now court house wtis Hied on Ms bo-- l iiiarrlngo last Thursday In the city or secured the seed for this from Sam for tli(. prospective groom Is a son or mutant light, tin1 sweet Christum t'hopin and KlmpRodle from Liszt dis- half by Attorneys tJoorge II I'lorenco iAiulsvllle. The groom Is a son of Otiddcrnr, who hud finally brought Mrs. Snllle R Saufley, of this city. plrtt of thlH dutiful wife und mother played her uru.iI skill ns n plnnlKt or this city nnd C. C. Williams, or Mrs. Ilelle Perkins, of this out the entire blue corn by careful His bride to be Is considered the preu IHUMll to h higher world Umt In mid her mnny friend were grntilleit Mi Veiiion, In thf office of Circuit while the bride Is the second dnughter seed selection, thin proving agnln tho ties nnd most attractive girl at the brighter tlwn the sun which shone on to hear her again She Is alwii) good, Clerk J. I) Swope last week This Is of Mrs. Annlo Singleton and an uncontention or the ndvocatcs of scien- Capital City She Is a dnughter or the meek sufferer In tin- - Inst hours of blip!. I. W Ireland supplied lor Miss the amount which was awarded Con- usually handsome young wpmnn. tific corn growing that seed selection Judge i: C Oitear of tho Court c "urthiy llfo.. I'cttrn who ws suffering from n J. C Crlelltl bougnt 2 head of cat- will prove the moso Important factor .MPali tractor Krueger by the "Arbitrators) The dlspatth rrom FranK-for- t :.( yeflrs, of Hge and wn Mm. IlrWhl He gavo two number, Imney and Itlder, when his elulm for tle from Mr. Uarton of Pulnskl at In the production of corn. cold snld: (or 40 of those she hail blessed, "Sing Mo to Bleep," nccompnnle"d by excess of about $5,000 over the con- fU.-I- per head. At n beuulirul luncheon yesterday Mr. Uudderar hnd noticed that In M Cnl' a Christian wire toil Id do, the violin and piano and "Asleep In thy tract price wus fllid vith. the Msral The Woinans' club will meet Wedj many earc of ordinary yellow or white afternoon given nt her country home, l.usbnnd who I now crushed by the Deep" und n ufttial delighted every- Cjuii The court however refused to l.esdiy afternoon at the ClTlstran corn, one or two grains would he "C.lenVAyr." Mls Helen O'Rear anweight of sorrow. To them were one with hi splendid bass. nccept this ngieen.ent of the Arbitra- church. round of a bluish color. He carefully nounced her engagement to Ensign bom four children, throe of whom head ot tors, and the suit Is the result The Mi llortha Jackson the 1 he circle girls held a very success. picked these out, and for the past Richard Caswell Saufley, U. S N. At survive., 'flwy are Greenberry llrlght, the depnitment of expression nnd amount claimed by the contractors Is I11I sale of eatables Saturday alter- - eight years has been planting them the same time that Miss O'Rear told nnd Mr, rtuwin Y eager, of this ntj. physical culture pleased the audience foi "extras'" on the court house, such (3. Hurt's furniture store, and securing more blue grains every her hnppy secret to Intimate friends nml Mm. .1. II. Johnson, of Pittsburg, with two liKMt satisfactory numbers, aa concrete flool In the basement nnd noon nt V. liny nnd .Miss Lorotui IMdlng year. Each time he would plant the Ensign Saufley guve dinner on board many relative Jesse Ia, and they with MA set or Turquols," from Aldlith other details ordered out sldo ot the blue grains agnln, until he has at laH bis battleship the Kansas, to his ver gathered nt the bedside und "A trvlng Situation" from Murk Twain specifications Included In tho original ton of this comity were united In nwny at the home of Klder K. M. been s'l'r to produce an entire field biother officers, nnd told them or his vitflesid the peHeeful passing elecUon her versatility contract. Hi these I'lmler, he pronouncing the ceremony or the blue corn, with most ot the approaching marriage to the young o( thin good woman A comiwnlon suit for tlsls was Hied IMiwers of expression weie evidenced cats sho.ving not a white grain on Kentucky benuty. for the young couple. Many yenra ago the deceased mif in the Interpretation und klll with here by K IV Woods and (I. W. Car The dining room and table decora them. They have proved very good fered n (nil from which she never whleh she gave them. Her vocal iow- ter as tnximyers of Lincoln county, Mrs. Robert T. Kinbry wns hostess lully recovered, nnd thlf, nggravnt-e- or nnd itramatlc exprewilon itlaplnyed sveklnc an Injunction to prevent tho at n 0 o'clock dinner at her home on producer, Ml. Hatcher securing u tions were In white chrysanthemums barrel of corn to the shock from the and from this radiated white satin by rheumatism, caused her to tho court. Lexington 'avenue. ItKelf tu n aiiperli manner nnd she pavment of this sum l ribbons to each guesfs plate with the new vniicty Iter stilferlngs had eaptHretl the iiudlenoe nn Invalid Mlse Mary Ooty entertained SaturAltornevs. I M .Melloueris, lioneri Just what the advantage Is produc- rlace cards attached. The cards tola len Intense, yet with calm ami Chris Ml-- Htrt .lean I'enli) showed linrdlng and KiiuneU l'utear repru-sui- t day afternoon nt her home for her ing thl blue variety except ns a the sloiy; It wasn't necessary to tin fortitude she bore her pain with mnrkml nhlllt) In her violin produc visl'or Mms .Mniy Rogers ot Lexing- curiosity nnd example ol what can speak Ihe happy news. A small pic those tHxpajeiH with the benign und unlulterlng The skill with which she play-m- I tion Tliore nre but two of the many ton was In tho be done by careful seed selection. Is ture or the brlde-toblh.it in the eml all would be (1. II. Woddy and biothnr of Jessa the nevtette tram t.ucln evidenced suits which have beon filed for trial i.ot known, but a thorough test will be upper left band corner and love knots bright nml cheerful. eer well Fvtr l.er training but In the Ninth Concerto 111 the November term of the Lincoln mine bought 10 head of cattle of J. C. made ol the meal and other qualities nnd euptds pointed to the name n thoughtful of her friend, her llfo of lVllrot she displayed with wonder- circuit court. All together there are Cnclllls ol tills county at $:t.b'i per of the now colored crop. .Mr. Hatcher Caswell Saufley" In the other was always though often dark to her. ful power her masteo of the violin. ."if equity nnd common law appear-nnee- s hundred. T:ie Ices carried out the left a good sized ear of the peculiar corner. h anurce o Joy nml comfort to those The dlffrient moveuiints Allegio, to ome up at the next torm, l Aid So colored corn at tbe I J . oLtice on ex announcement Idea auc were unusual The ladles of the In this wid hour who nurroinded her dng1o nnd Tnndo, wero which will be called b Judgo Wnlger, MueatiMi. ly attractive, being candles and canciety realized a neat little sum from hibition. fiery hert beats In sympathy with hpmr.ht out with much lorce d Monday. Noveiuhei 7th. Judge Wal- tneir canny sale Satuiday afternoon. dlesticks , which were brought In who was- ever kind nnd power. the husband The remarkable sweetness ot ker I in Winchester this week holdlighted, und before blowing them out 'I lie pupils of the-- Uiucaster High jiaUent, thoughtful and true ing a speelul term of court. the tonp thrilled those who were Turnersville the guests made a wish for the School had uu enjoyable Halloween A life that was long nml usolul. eunuch to bear her There jre ib Indictment brought In party Monday night at the college. of the prospective bride and with Christian virtues and tilled This recital will doubtless stimulate bj the lust grand jury for trial nt The .uests were Misses Margaret Attired ig sheets . and maaks tl.clr worthy of emulation, haa come to n a pntronvge of these, departments by tho coiulnft, Urm of court, also.- Mr. Will Reynolds has moved to McChord and Hettle cdJeuFiiqua;,) forms truly looked like ghosts, witch. IM not her loved many who have heretofore overloOKeti peaceful close. Mr. George Lunsrord has IyOulsville; Miss Ellse Dandrldge, Miss Morelnnd. es and uobgobbllms ot 11 mysterious ones weep, for tho reward of those the. fart that such superb advantages moved to Shelby City, nnd Mr. Wnde Rertha Scott, Mlsa Virginia Gray; grace I rich nnd character Bright Ferrell who live In God were aflorded in oui own Stanford Watson Is going to occupy ttp house Miss Virginia Hoge, Miss Annie Ma I Miss Norma Klmore Is at home nf. everlasting nnd trul till la hers C railed and High School ... mm .I Mr. Lunsford left, son, Miss Isabel South and Miss Haze! home PASSES AWAY AT ROWLAND ter a visit to relatives in Lexington Alter a abort service nt the Mr J. N. Cash Is preparing to bullc! O'Rear. SHORT ILLNESS on Lancaster street at 3 o'clock this and Versailles. Mrs. Samuel C. liar a concrete store and a shop where the The wedding will be solemnized In din, of London is the guest of Mrs. Lutes Ilros., nnd burned some time Some Bird This nftornoon, conducted by her pastor the early spring. llrlgl-- t Terrell one o. the oestrknown Kmipa HlggMbQttom Mrs. 1). M Rev J J Dickey, of tho Methodist back. church, the remains will be tendcrl) ANCIENT PEAFOWL NEAR GLAB government storekeepers and guagers lackey Is Ic'RIcIituond for a visit to Wc ate glud 10 see that the peopL In the Klgllth district died at his home Mrs. J. W. Caperton and daughter New Grocery consigned to mother earth In llulfalo COW OVER 100 YEARS OLD. of Gilberts Creek are still awake anu in Hon land Sunday morning at f o". Chester and Lexington. W. It. Shu cemetery, there to nwnlt the Judg glad to hear trom them wc would be He hud been contiued to his clock lOlusgow Times.) TO BE OPENED THIS WEEK BY ment morn &nrs Jr., of Stanford has been with every week A good many years ago the Times bed for only about a week, but had bis grandfather Judge Win. Shugars, COFFEY L COLEMAN, continMr. Games Peak's chlldien wrote up ny account or an ancient been In falling heiilth lor some time Mr. and Mrs W. S. 'Jmbry and little ues 111. Mr. A. D. Root is some better A new grocery establishment will Respected Citizen Gone leafoul when living on the property and his death liurdly came as a sur 4n were In Lexington the Ilrst of Mr. E. Atnold toreman. of Iulsvllle, be opened in Stanrord this week by to 11U mnn friends and ovel the week. Mrs. Ceorge Lusl: Is nt ot Mr Tom Limber!, ol nenr Pea- prise is visiting friends here for a few days. Robert H. Coffey and Earl Coleman, PASSES low I uchool house on the rond between anes, though a crcat shock to them BLANKENSHIP HENRY home ufter n visit to her sister Mrs. .Mrs Lucy A. Carter or .Morelnnd Is who have been AWAY AT PREACHERSVILLE Mr Kerrell was fifty years of age, R K. Hughes In Louisville. the popular assistants Sulphur Well and Center. On a vis Louis visiting relatives here. 111 Penny's dmg store for the past Henry lllankenshlp one of the best It just concluded to Metcalf county, and is survived by his wlfo and sever Thunnon nnd Miss Martha Kllen Mr. and Mrs. John Moser visited several years. They have leased the known and ones of the best respectej Inqulrr wns made na to this famous al chlldien. He hid been In the govboth are recently from Lancaster In Shelby Clly Sunday. store room on Main street recently , ctlitens of the PrcnchorsWUe section bird nml the surprising reply was ernment service In this district Tor were-- married In Hamilton Ohio at the Mrs. Hubble, ot Stantord, has mov-t- purchased by D M. Elmore rrom II. U. Ily the many years, und accounted one of the-- home or the bride's narent. Mr. and of tnc county, passed awuy at bU made tb.11 It Is still living. Iier rarm. Raughman, and are Installing an Agel "S )ears. very best of authority, this peafowl most efficient men on the list. Ills Mrs. James Smith home there Monday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hubble, or and complete line ot the latest is considerably over one hundred asslng away will be sincerely and He was lorn nnd reared In Lincoln Sunday. visited here lancy and staple groceries. Uoth. or Mr. In 1SI0 Horatio deeply mourned by a wide circle or county and bad spent hi long and yeais old Mr. Walter Moser visited friends the propiletors are young men or Another Elopement ujeful life In ltn holders. He was a Thompson came from Virginia and friends. here. energy and ability and are hustlers settled In what Is now Metcalf coun- Mr. Kerrell was laid to rest In tho faithful and consistent member ot the .Mr. Jeiry Toombs was In Mclvlnney rrom Their friends are the "ord llaptut church and departs for tbe tv. on the place originally known as little cemetery at Wanesburg, where ROWLAND BISHOP AND MISS VER on business lust week. the Horatl'i Thompson fnrm, after. n number of bis children axe burled, lonlident that they will make good blighter shore with lue enconluiu wnrds as the Clark homestead, nnd FRIENDS MILLION SURPRISE The Sandusky children have the and win a deserved success. now n the Ceorge Trice residence. Alter short services at the grave n Well done thou good and rnlthful Another romantic wedding occurred whooping rough. .Mrs. llettle Helm Tnesdny. He wns a member of the being the home occupied by Judge lieorge It Price ut his truglo deuth dre of Muccabees,, Iji which he at Jeltico, Tenn., Sunday morning continues very sick Mi Illaiikeuship lost bis wife n uu.u Sad news was received here last Tew venrs ago, In 18IC Mr T. IS. carried a comfortable amount or In vhlch Is beginning to rival Jefferson' Brodhead. k bn '. jeara ago. but I mur.ed ' Shulfett lei 11 a small boy, was prom- surance Mile as t popular Gretna (Jreeu tor week or the death or Hardin Gooch Mrs. James Shirk. ised a pair or peafowls by .Mr Thompchildren, who are Mont Roberts near Pittsburg, Pa., eloping couples, Rowland lllahop one of King's Mountain. He was a son or Mrs. J. V. Lunsford. Mrs. Jack Klrti). son, nnd when he went ufter them, is with homefolks near Gum Sulphur young men of the John Wesley Gooch of this place Croup Is most prevalent during the ut the Nnncy .Morgan, Jnme. John, Joe wns told by Mr, Thompson that the dry Mrs returned Tor a few days. Henry Green will Dradshaw Mrs. Matlle cold weather of the early winter West Knd ot Lincoln and Miss Georgia male of the pair given (urn had been move Louisville In a row and Mlax Kitty lllankenshlp who brought from Mrginlu bj him in ISlu months Parents of young children Vermillion, of llovln county, slipped home Friday fiom a visit to her sister days. his family to uwens Amu Katie has return-trobird, soibo should bo prspsre.1 Mr It Al! Hint is eff, accompanied by Mr. Cleve Dunn Mr. Ward In Lexington. vitr u wlJe circle ot Irlends and lov-v- It wns then n mi(iir a ten dnys' visit to her son, R needed Is a bottle of Chamberlain's onea have Uie sympathy or the en wiiore between live and ten years Mr. John Moser, ot Missouri has M. Owens at Salem, Ind. Mrs. Nannln Many mothers are and Miss Janle Wood Fox nnd were old. Mr. Shulfett kept tt pearowl Cough Remedy visited In Mt. Vernon Monday. tire community In their loss. long as he lived and nt his dentli never without It In their homes und undo man nnd wife. They returned been vlsltlnc his nephew John Moser JarrettClyde as Wllmott Is again smiling Kinul airangemenu had not been It passed into the hands of .Mr Tom It has never disappointed them. Sold I). Hoot's sister of Colorado, Miss Mrs. A. borne Monday and will make their over the counters at J. Thomas Cherby Penny's Drug Store. " vonipluted for the luneral at tho time L'imbcrt, n of Mr Shurfett, and Mrs. ry's after an extended visit to relahomo with Mr. Illshop's rather, Mr. Is visiting her and also Mr. the I J . went to press, but It will vho has owned him ever since Dur Leslie Carter, or Lxlugton. tives In Knoxville. Homer Wallln, of Joslah Rishop, at present. NOTICE! ing this period he tins remained In of Loba-no- n probibly be held Tuesday nltcrnoon, the game family Rev. J W. Whitehead resigned his SomerseL and A. C Kldwell, or Is a prominent young And there Is not In the District Court of the United Mr Hlshop week. Junction, were hero Ilrst with Interment In the. family burying the sllgltest doubt as to his Identity or Ihe Hock at the Turnersville States, for the Eattern District farmer, and will be heartily cCugiatu caio A lour year old son of William Durby Rev. Por 75 enrs this penfowl roosted on In Bankground nt l'reachersvllle. of Kentucky ham Is very sick with pneumonia. lated by his many Irlends upou win church ami was fallowed ruptcy. the same limb ol a large oak tree uu filled his appointment Mrs. McLemore, ot Chlcngo, III., wns Vi In the matter or William W. White nlng such a churmlng bride, She was Moore who til tho tree was finally cut down He Sunday night the Mslllng hercj,lirst or the week. Mis Is said to be somewhat shrunken In n bankrupt awarded several prizes at the coun Sunday Oct. 2u. On 0 Eubnnks. was the. Dead in Field On this 21st day ot October, A. 1). try fairs this year for being the pret xerviccs were disturbed by a set ot Nannie Terklns Mrs A E. Albright nnd his feet n little n fleeted by site young guest of Mr und E Albright1 visited filvolous-mindethe frost nnd freezes of over li0 jearc I'JIO It ordered by the court that a cold heurt"d. first or week A. AGED CASEY COUNTY WOMAN of his life, but, outside of this, Is Just the aforesaid bankrupt tor discharge, tiest girl on the grounds. people who It seems enme lor the sole In Crab Orchard first or the week. riled on thu '.'1st day ot October, A. u. NEAR JUNCTION CITY ds active and as full of lite ns ever FOUND nurnose of creating a scene. I hougnt The five year old duughter of Havid Locally the great old bird is Id- - 11110, It ordered by the corut that a FOR SALE PRIVATELY Wobl. of the Negro Creek section Is lewsness Is no excuse for such actions very low with typhoid rcver. bod or Mrs. Kllxubuth I'cmber-ton- , iiioiis nnd known nil over the country, hearing be hid upon the same on the The This 200 acre fnrm or virgin soil ami Penfowl School In Metcalf coun 22 day or November A. D. IDIO before culprits should and will prose and the of Casey county, was Monduy Is for snle privately in the tiext U0 tv within n few hundred yards ot rid con' ,.t Covington In v'd law, If they The old old, story, told times with-ofound In n field two 111II03 south, ol which In makes his home- -- Is named nt 10 o'clock m the forenoon or days. Location 5 miler from Stanford cute th" full extent of the number, und repeated over und repeated practicable und as near theieto ns are Junction CHy. Shu was 70 yoars oW alter him over again for tho last 30 yars, but bo published one und . b'lliw lorn' I'auvi'o on U19 There Is no doubt whatever that that notice thereof Journal, n news Stantord mid Danville i!kv with .1 No marks ol violence wus observed on It Is alwnys n welcome story to thosu time In the Interior 11) J to T hero Is nothing 111 search of health tho body, but her hat und shoes could this bird Is Hum brought ll'O )enrs old paper printed In said district, and all $6,000 brick dwelling with good ba-- i. from Virginnml that he has In the world tlmt cures coughs and known creditors nnd other persons nnd not be locuted. ia In ISI0. Tradition says that pen,-loCLOSING OUT SALE1 other o.it houoes ,md i.ear school rolds us quickly an Chnmerlain's may appear at said time Last Friday while returning (rom i Is rot frequently live to ,1 much In Interest Sold by Penny's Couph Remedy and placo and Bhow cause, If any they house and a good neighborhood visit to Bedford, Ind she got off thu i;i outer nge than this but this Is huve, why tho prayer ot said petit-'one- r Terms reisonable. As I have to change climate Drug For further inI will sell for the next 30 days truln nt Junction City by mistake und the only nutWmticnted instance comshould be granted. formation write J. P Chauuler, Stan. ing the Times' ohsmvatlon. a full line of millinery, drest Oct. . 31 CalUe reCluclnnull. Witness the honorable A. M. J. being unable to Hnd n ronveynuce May under long ami and notions he live goods, trimming iuosikt Mid h'.s Cochran, Judgo ol ruld court, nnd tho ford. Kv, It F. I) No I, Uox 2a quiet. 10O2C cents lower. mlliM uge Increase ceipts 2.8JI, at started to walk to Morelaud four Just purchased In the cityTWt seal thenar, at Ulrhrcsnd In said dislow. away, wiiero member of her fumllv Fair to good shippers, $5iti common trict on the 2lst day of October A. l. When a cold becomes settled In the II prices astonishingly selected and Hog.. Receipts 3.0T2; Miiuv school children sutler from I!" 10. stock was carefully Upon her Inllure to r.'26fltf.75 came to meet her. uystem, It will take several dnys' tieat constipation, which Is ofton the cause It w'll meet the wants of this irenerally 5 cents lower, llutchord and Jon C. Fined, Clerk, arrive and the Inlortuatiim she hud of remedy ment to cure It nnd tho best emlng stupidity nt lessons or any other vicinity. W. C. Dennett, D. C. shippers. 8SU8.S3; common. &.ti gotten off nt Junutlon City, n search Chnmhorlain' Stomach and Liver It as a whole If an I will sell to use Is Chamberlain's Cough Reme bheep- - Receipts 757; quiet, 10 8 SI opportunity should present. v.as then Instituted for' hr Jt Is Tablets are uu Ideal medicine to give For Sale A well Improved farm dy It vvlll cure quicker than any CORA S. LIPPS. cents lower fZtfaiJO. Lambs quiet had been dead since .1 child for thoj are mild and gentle of 20 ncres, nenr Mt Bttloin. house other, and ulso leaves the system In M that Hustoiivlllc, Ky tt thought night sheCoroner" Inquest will In their effect, and will cure even hold and kitchen furniture, stock-- , ana und geuerally 10 cents lower, $3&05f A Friday condition Sold II Sold bv Pen- farming tools chronic eonstliwitlon P II Woodson, Mt u untunvl nnd ceo 41) 23 be held. by Peuuv s Drug Store u)s Drug Store Salem, Ky se-v.- DUDDERAR PERFECTS NEW VARIETY OF SEED SELECTION. TOWEDMISSO'REAR )vr, I 'I mar-llag- e d be-w- in o "En-Big- Rat-lls- - e hap-pine- s; n m AF-TE- 1 m Sud-dut- h - o 1 K- ser-.il.- beet-know- d son-in-la- d - I : - Bft. 2. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Tt'EHDAY, NOVHMUbll 1st, 1110 The Interior Journal Established 187Z. TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP. PUBLIC SALE HELTON SAUFLEY Publlihtr Stan- Entered at the Toit Offlco at ford, Ky.i ai Second Claaa mall. VERY TUESDAY AND POLITICAL ITUE.VY ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorized to announce Charles A. Hardin ns a randldnto for Circuit JihIro of the Thirteenth Judicial illstrlst, at the lull, lection to bo held November, ubject to tho nctvon of tho Demo- - Almost eorj correspondent who writes for the Interior Journal hns llnjr something to sny about the poor condition of Lincoln county'a roads as compared with those of Uoyle, tar rard and ot&er nelgliuorlns counties rrrii7T tlirnuch pfenil surprised at the reversal ud Anyone who travels much wo'ufd xbYesscd his oninlon this section Is bound to notice the W almost Impossible to that it under convict difference nnd ask the reason why the fiew ruling Richmond Climax , Now what Is the. reason? ooniKnan5Jao0Ooo IlERUKl Beech Nut Sliced : k colt, 1 cair, 11 head ot meat hogs, 16 shouts, 15 shocks of corn and fodder, horsepower cutting box nnd all! farming Implements needed on a Hist llAtlng rented my farm 1 will on class farm. November, 15th, 1910, Absoltilo snln ns 1 fltn going to at my farm four miles from Stanford Terms made known on Oklahoma. on the llustonWllo pike, sell to thn highest and best bidder, alt of iny day of sale. A. D. ROOT, crops, stock, farming Implements, Col. J. P. Chandler. AucL eeteral hend of tow, 2 jearllng Meers, ." head of butcher heifers, 1 Ime back comes onIt suddenly and Is caused by pair of work mules, four and six yixnrii Is extremely painful quick mare mules; rheumatism of " muscles, old, pair applying Cham J mule colts, 2 brood mares, 1 work relief Is nffonM bv Liniment Sold by Penny nare, 1 extra yearling Carroll Preston berlalns Drug Store. 1 four-year-ol-d DRESS WELL! Wliilc it is not necessary to dress extravagantly, it is very neces- HI hi oUGMS COLD I Breakfast Bacon Beech Nut Peanut Butter. 1 Just a week until the question Is settled whether the "Interests" are Having decided to go nest I will to run the government for toother two years' through holding control or sell at public auction on Thursday November 10th, the lower House of Congress. Don't forget to fhoot once on behalf ol the at J. P. lloger's place near Cedar people by otlng for Helm. Creek on Stanford and Crab Orchard Many a Lincoln county hubby Is 1 pair mare mules, already being told wht ho can buy s mules, ) each, Ills wife for Christmas. 3 J- car-olhorses, ' 3-car-oldd PUBLIC SALE Beech Ijfut Orange MJarmalade. Beech Nut Lemon Marmalade. Beech Nut (jrape Jelly. Beech Nut Crab Apple Jelly. Miw S Ih nuii iVhjp w'MiM'rrz sary to dress well. And tobejwcll dressed requires a well tailored, well styled and well fitted garment. We feel we can Fit and Please the average mind and body with one of our i tnl rrs-jit- pike. Malt Meade Decisions OF COURT OF APPEALS CAUSE MUCH INTEREST Several months ago fudge O'Hear of the court of appeals handed down an hay. KENNADA ROGERS, opinion holding that It was a violation of the local option laws to sell malt liJ. P. Chandler, AncL quors la a "dry"' territory, as malt liquors r, as un Intoxicant whether It produced a feverish drunk or Just a mild sort of intoxication, malt meade was constructed to be such and it was therefore against the law to sell In a prohibition territory. The case was sent to the Court of "l write io tell you the Appeals from Bowling Green and that- - Cardul good created much comment throughout the State. has helped me so much Upon this decision th grand jury and j think jt tis ust now sitting at the present tcnu of tho worth its weight in gold," Madison circuit corut hin notified all writes Mrs Jvtaryan Mar- malt meade dealers In tlichraond and Madlwn county last that they must h shall, of Woodstock, jGa. either stop Billing this article of drink i ao nope arm trust or answer to indlcbnents which would that ladies who, are sufferThe be forthcoming immsdlatcly. ing as 1 did, will rake grand Jury held that the city council Cardul, for it has been a had no right to grant a license for selling malt mead near beer and God's blessing to me, and Upon this of like character. will certainly help every local dealers decided to warning the lady who is suffering." quit. Court of Appeals has reNow the versed Itself, this time Judge Carroll bak hended down an exhaustive opinion, which was Riven Wednesday and said in part: That liquor sold in a local option district, muft be proven to bo intoxicating, If it Is such a liquor that Its properties are not judicially known.'The Woman's Tonic was from HeattyTho tihnve Gouley was in vllle A dealer named No matter if you suffer dicted on the charge of selling malt from headache, backache liquor contrary to the prohibition laws was fined nnd the case taken to the pains in arms, shoulders higher comL Of course under Judge and legs, dragging-dow- n opinion It must be proven Carroll's feelings, etc., or if you a person became drunk from tho that feel tired, weary, worn-o- ut effects of malt meade and this would and generally miserto practically impossible. The decision just rendered is a direct reverable Carduiwill help you. sal of the opinion handed down some It has helped thousands time ago by Judge O'Hear, and In this of other weak, sick ladies city, wnich is greatly concerned over and if you will only give tho question Just at this time, there it a trial, you will be has been a wide comment. Judi?r Iienton who has always held thankful ever after. pair horse mares No.J Jersey cows, 4 coming heifers, bred lit .Muy, 9 fat hogs, also lot of stock hogs, farming Implements good as new, used only one year, lot of chickens and geese nnd some house hold goods. Also nice lot of corn and 1 3 brood W. H. HICG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. aoo0O0oooo0O0ooomnenjnJ J. H. KENNEDY, RICHMOND, Will be Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County Friends and AcKENTUCKY hand tailored suits at $17.50 to $M; also in the cheaper grades at $10 $12.50 and $15. Also in a plain made and a Norfolk Corduroy suit at $7.50 and $12.50. Sizes from 36 to Spoil Ita -- 50. y-ir-rn.T quaintances. REPRESENTING PETER BURGHARD, OF LOUISVILLE, WILL BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OP M ONUMENTS AT REASONABLE PRICE3. ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION H. J. McRobertsJ E SSSSSBOSSBSKSOSK, Q. L. Penny R. ttK Cinco.it County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. $ 50,000.00 S 50.000.00 II. CofJey E. R. Coleman oth-drin- CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES iCARDUl J. B. V S H. SHANKS. PRESENT' V.CE-Smr y School Supplies For IhcKiiulerttHten, for the High School; Pencils, Pens, W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER. PAXTON. CESTER, ASST. n-t CASH J e Walker, Stanford; ; Paxtfii lieo. W .Carter Stanford; ftnnfonl: A. T Nunuc LUburn Gooch Gilberts Creek 'I C Kankin O H. SU-lffl- OIREOTOR3I ri 11. V It. !. A j II. Shanks Stanford; Trn.iir '2.t Ilubtl C II ',V Slinks SUnford, ji'i.nus Preichers'.lle; Lantstc Creek, for all grades. We have the SCHOOL SUPPLIES nccileilStationcry, Rulers, Tablets, Books. Fit the children out FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ORGANIZED IN J 882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. OFFICERS. (. S. Hocker, President. S, T.I Harris, 11. C. Daughman, Cashier. W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper t, STANFORD, KENTUCKY satisfactorilyfit them out here and save money. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, KcntucUjr. DIRECTOR!. F Heid. M D Elmore, . 11. and under the statute it was unlawful to sell In a local option territory, wna Ihnt H mnlt llnllfir U'fl R fill ItltflXlCant j . Uaughmaa. sot J, ico, J. M Peltus, PUBLIC SALE II. C. Daaghmaa, J P Cummini, S. T. Harris. no. C. Kobinson, E. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker. J. IL Harris, Bookkeeper W H Murphy L.Beazley &C0.,1 w. Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phono 28. Night Phono 133. a. tribble, On account of declining health I have decided to rent out my farm 5lng on the Stan'onJ "nd Preachersvllle turnpike, 6 miles from Stanford and " miles from Preachersvllle for the year PJll, sell orf my jrscssl property nnd ko to Arizona. I will therefore on Thursday the 17th, day id November, 1H10, on tho aboe premises olfer at public auction the following property to wit: HORSE STOCK: Chester them one 12 head of horses and mules among Dare mare; well broke safe for women to drive and good saddler; I to ride and drive and very gentle; two eeldlnit three years old, broke Lincoln Squirrel fillies broke to saddle and harness; 1 yearling Lincoln Snuirrel filly. All the abov0ut of Rood mares. 1 ood wagon and farm horse l good buggy mare, safe for children to drive to school; 1 pair three year old mules, well broke and xood workers: one weanling mule. MILK COWS. 50 hogs 4 good milk cows, all fresh; 1 yearling heller; 4 calves; tonslsting of 13 fattening hogs, brnl gows ghoaU etc.. 2 buggies, 1 buckboard, 1 Frwler cart, 1 spring wagon, 1 two howe waon, 3 seta of buggy harness, 1 uuena Vista saddle, 1 lady's saddle, wagon harness, plow goar, etc, FARM IMPLEMENTS, ninder, mower, Hoosler com planter, disc harrow, section harrow, new, ulows. 2 road scrapers, 2 cane mills i evaporator, one wheat fan com sheller. corn crusher, 100 barrels 0f corn, a lot of good sorghum for feed, and about 75 bushels jf cano beej. Household and kitchen Iurnlturc consisting of such things that aro usually found In a country home. Na-i.ot- h RURAL TELEPHONES. as modern lor your family MR. FARMER: Make your Lome as residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by mcaiis of out telephone perrice which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest oiiice or write direct to leadquartcrs, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephono tervice, we can immediately interest you. Our linen cover tho States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and IMCTTOMVPCCDP Wr J. TPI fit! !. M11UU1S. iUHiiiwuiiU ii.iu. 11JU, a Stanford, KenturHr, 'Undertakers And Embalm-en- . Alo Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugi. Tbey will exchange Furniture for all Kind of Stock. Give Them a Call. Price Right. CONCRETING Waare In portion todoallklDdt of aon eretlnf , tuch at 11 lock Work, harvmanU and. In tact, we can make any iblng from boo down to feneo pot. We can aorre jou ptomptlr and guarantee nrtt-ela- u our prtoet work and nuierlal. Uailaiul be tore you bar your material at laatt. -- uu (IMOOHrOKATKIII rn j. . " Vj STATE BANK L 8c TRUST CO., KY. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY gt PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. STANFORD, Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlte Monu950,000 CAPITAL STOCK Plymouth Hock, Ulack Ung mn nuro bred hens and rooste,. Wyandotte ; also about 100 shnnsn. Huff Orphlngtons nnd silver mUed hens. All sums of 10 cash In hand; n gums over that amount a crodlt of .,. mill hn riven, notes to bo made necotiable and payable In the National Hank of Stanford, bearlcg SX ,, cent Interest from dny ot First sale until paid. A lunch of hot coffee nnd light bread will bo served to all who attend, Col J, P. Chandler, Auctioneer. W.P.WHITE. POULtdv. Officers: . President Vice Presidents . . .. Cashier Assistant Cashier .... W. L. McCarty. L. Penny, J. S. Rice, J. D. Eads J. W. Hutchesort C. Hays Foster Marker! and I'oiU .OotnetfrT and Law VatnanU Hottest, Offlc and works, Mo Kinney, Ky. ments, When Hungry OOTO ied Carton's ....... CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! f . WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BU8INESS. meal, n.nl.h thM nnlillAwlth ttm twftt. Am tlie fntntit ul cut riowt-ri- , planti ol Cooking to tult our cuttomert our tpoiJty Hplendld new line of fancy ail aiUUB. UUlua, IMJIiru uu',a,of uu iuui, wrvatba notlco. Alto luakt) a tpvclalty (Jroecrlei. lor for funeral puriKMva. In connection with tbe above, I bav all Hot Cofree, Handwlcbet, pUifHuttar milk veietablet on uand al reasonable kindCof and sweet milk, etc., at all times. ""''OUUIBTMAN OIIKEN IIOUHH, Kb U viivahd, 1'kok. wall llcttaurant Lanoatter, Klr4t Htanlord. K, Mnalt aerved at all hour, up to a. llettplacolu wu (or a good quick - i bvan6rd , KJ H. A. CARSON. Pre. 1UK8DAY, NOVUMOKtt 1st, IU10 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. JUST DROP IN And see oupsjiowiojj of Snappy PAUB THUS Winter Coats. The unexpected drop fn of Winter, calls for a Top Coat. Wc have a Splendid showing of Plush, Caraculc, Black Cloth, Fancy Manislj mixtures, etc., .50 to 837.50. Misses' Coats. IrV Caraculc, Scotch mixtures and Kerseys, $' to t. $16.8(1. Children's Coats. In Plush, Bear Skins, Mixtures, $1.00 to $0.50. It is not always the largest stock that has the most attractive gar and a square Deal." Do us the ments in it. Wc believe that in our stock of one hundred suits yoa favor of looking at our goods; you might do your pockctbook the will find more choice models and more attractive prices than you fin2 justice of a saving. Our store is in many larger ones. fairly bristling with choice winter Wc have the new, rough materials in the best selling shades. goods. Wc have the antidote for For this week we arc offering some extra special values In siu'tV-wor- th these chilling winter winds, in Underwear, Blankets, Comforts etc. $l7)0 to $20, at Sin. Winter Coatsand'Suks.-Rtmc-ni bcr our motto is r "High Quality Tailored Suits. 3 ii SEVERANCE & SON, 76 Stanford, Kentucky. A I t I I a . . Hpetlal fountain pens lor school use A11 no havo sacked their papers at f Mrs. John Ilrfght Is quite III at her SHORT LOCAL NEWS cents, 1 and 1. 25 at Penny's Drug home on Danville avenue. Dome, win plcFifco notify me at once. f Btora. Fleeced underwear, 39 cents gar- Mrs. J. I). Piuton. Mr. 8. J, Kmlry, Br., Is til at home pike, nnd bis friends and ment. Cummins and Wearcn. on lovetj ones aro quite uneasy. PERSONALS. Slop stomach distress and all stom.I FRESH GROCERIES .Mrs. Mollle Mcllobcrs baa return ach disturbance In uve rolnutcs-btaking tablets, Only (0 cents MUh Margaret Lewis has gone from id trom a pleasant visit to Richmond S n large box, guaranteed by O. L. PenIlffca to Alt. Vernon, Ohio, where she 'relative. Kor Sale. 11, I. Red roosters. Mrs. ny tit cure Indlgctfon', or money batik. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bnoonainore ban a nice position In a school. spent Hunday with JuncUori City rela- S. M. Helm, Morc'tald, Ky. It. It. 1 Tom Green, formerly of thin section I havo opened up my new blackI am now agent for the Danvlllo nan moved from BprlngffVid to Reason tives. Mrs. C. K .ybclton and Mrs. WilHi (and orders Ills I J changed, oT smith shop on Lancaster street fourth 'Steam Laundry and will appreciate liam llraty, of Corbln, wero guest father and mother are no l1th him. Mr and Mrs. Chus. O. Davis, Tues- house across tho railroad, and will your patronag?. My headquarters are Craig haugh'oftno Waynesburg day until Wednesday. Mrs. Bhclton appreciate tho patronage of everyone at Wilkinson!) barber sbbp. H. W. Mllburn, section, loaves for Detroit Thursday was on her way to Oklohoma and James Alclice. prospecting. His many friends hope Mrs. Htnty en route to Level Green John Daker and Miss Nelllo Mar Lincoln permanent- - to visit her mother Mrs, Jlntcher. ho will noV tin, a popular young couple of How- - Ghosts, goblins and other spirits of ly. . Alt. Vurnon Signal. (land, were united In marriage at' tho All Saints Day were out in full force J. N. Blunders and Miss Sophia, Mr Qulncy Carman went to Stan- homo of the bride. last week by Jlev. on Hallowe'en night. Sundry gates iipent hunday with Ins father, near ford Saturday and was nccorupnnled J. T. Chastocn. They have tho hear4 were found In unusual and unexpected upends home by his aunt Mrs. 1. W Whlpp Mr. Saunders Umlsvlllo. places this morning and other pranko ty good wishes of many friends. every Habbath with his father, ho Is bo Is vIsltlnK ber mother Mrs. J. M. generally of an Innocent nature were now In feeble health and In declining Tllford Liberty News. Evangelist Kd Hubbard has just found to havo been played by the live; jonrs. Ills examplo of filial devotion Mrs. I.ora lllcks, of Damllle, who concluded a most satisfactory meeting ly youngsters. Is a beautiful one. has been tho guest of Mrs Harry nt the Uctbul Church of Christ on Alleu carae from AldrldKO Is now visiting friends In Urcen river. Thero were 60 souls ndd-eMrs. CHAUTAUQUA CIRCLE ORGANIZ. Saturday to see her mint, Hustonvllle. during the 15 days' meeting. ED. A. It. Wallace, who Is clerking at Mrs. Oconto V. llrlght bclme her A Chnutauqua Literary and ScienWhen you don't advertise, nobody spent sevdeath. ihe Hotel Wiusor In Paris, by the knows lbt yod are doing business tific circle has been organised ,M. C Turpln lias returned to ritpn. eral days with his mother here. of the otanford Graded a mighty and It won t be long before you'll not teachers Ohio, wheru be C. Hays Poster visited ford ftoni abandon, school. This cause of reading and has lived for some time. He says old pretty girl at l'lncvlllo over Sunday. know It yourscll. study evidences tb interest taken In Owsley Held reenough for him. Mr. and Mrs. John Lincoln l Rood J'l'e Dixie Vaudeville Comany which educational progress. Saturday from their bridal Mr. W. S. KUh Is spending seerol turnedspent la New York and other It jt the uperu bouse, playing a flvo Supt. J. W. Ireland was tour days with Hon. W. C. FUh and other eastern point. nights' engagement this week, gave a president, Miss Margaret Hopper vice Uck. relatives at Paint Mrs. P. T. Deck baa returned from first class and attractive performance president. Miss Claudia Eaton, Becre Joseph lleck In every respect, for the price charged thry. The circle will meet once each Mrs. Bam Hardin, of London, stop- a pleasant visit to Dr. O. I). and family at Wllmore. lW ntirht. Kvnrtono who missed It. neck for study and mutual advanceped over with ttv family of Mr. 111 wltb 'missed an hour, or two of clean fun ment. The object la intellectual enU. W. Glveus has been quite Wifiren, her uncle, last week, after In tbo Hubble with music and. dancing that pleased largement and the vitallzatlon and vIsltliiR Mrs. Hello Uurnsldc. who has neuralgia at his bomc section, for several days. all. Undoubtedly one or tho highest development of the teaching force. beeo quite til at l,nncater. Sirs. George I. Maury and little class vaudavllle nets seen on any Mr. and Mrs. 1'enny, of Perryvllle, with tbo for- stage la that of I'htl Mack, the "hu$100 Reward, $100. nave been Uie guests of bee sister. daughter who have been Tte mdn rrr ci pin fetra parents for some time, return- man cornet." ills work with Kenneth Out Utm M itct miloor dretdrn titlmm IHtto rlniot mer's ktrt Mrs. U. D. Carter. Uil bu bfo bw i to run id in tua turn u4 powti to ed yesterday to their homo In Mis LcCardo tnd repeated encores. u voir O. H. Turley a prominent horseman Ckuns. Hn-- ctnb Cur uunti run sew known w u.t nmirtl tnunnj. tet)ta-ltouututioul and farmer, o( Madison county was sourl. One of tho prctUest windows seen bfhut tmunrst. 1!U1 aiMm. ttvaim b Ukcn OUrrh can Tom 1). Now land has Just returned ftftmc dtrettiy upon th blood uti nuconf here Monday looking a some of LinIn Stanford In a long Umo Is that of cities where he has been nutuf ct of U lb firm, tnttr dfrtroilwt tb coln county's tine horsefltsh with' u from the Cummins k Wearen In which they toundttlon bolldlnciUmur. tot llrtni tbr patlrat. up the cocmtution and tMist ttrvDctb br toying new goods. view of buying la tfoini lu work. Tb proprKton bits havo u miniature lake Installed, sur- UK ui o nurb Wtb In 1U curfcUte rowm that tbry oQtr a by attractive folllago and On llandrrd IHUn tor ur rM Ut K U rounded tor imt ot rUnxml scenery. 1 hey nro using It to ndver-Ub-o cut. tnlF, J. CHlSHJV 4 CO- - Tokdo. O. Aiinm . Sold br all their fine line of shoes, this week Tale UaU raosV If ft fooMlpatton. ft Kor Sale -- Flvo room cottage nnd all necessary outbuildings; well DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP fenced. Apply to Hud Holderman nnd two Kor Sale. Hrlck"house YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT 5P' acres of land en Somerset street; nlce cottage' on East Mntn street; house and 25 acres on East Main and a Why experiment trying to drive tbo cottse and five acres of land on Danville avenue. Apply to Harvey Helm. dandruff germ from underneath tho Kor salo privately my home on Bast skin with greasy lotions or fancy when druggists everywhere Main Street. Mrs. L. H. Cook. Stanford, Kentucky. and In Stanford, the Penny's Drug It Is dcllclouslv palatnble, agrees Store will guarantee ZEMO and ZE- with tho weak stonuirh, contains the MO soap to entirely rid the scalp of most soolhln. healing, strengthening genu life that causes the trouble. and curaUve elements. Makesmn--you the ZEMO ni)d ZEMO soap can bo obHoiusiers well nnd happy. Mountain Ten. 35 cents, Tea or tab- tained In any city or town In America lets. Shugars and Tannery and are recognized the best and most of 7 keys In economical treatment for all affecFound. A'bunch SOO0O uiwn. Owner can get samo nt this tions of the skin or scalp whether on Infant or grown person. One shampoo olflce by paylUK for this ad. application ot Orchard grad with ZEMO soap and The tax books of Crab now ready and taxes ZEMO will stop Itching and clcanso ed school aro are duo. The penalty will go on Nov. the scalp of dandrult and scurf. Apbe at tbo nil I k. plication of ZEMO and use of ZEMO o'fflc- - of tho Crab Orcltard Hanking Lackey, soap will euro the most obstinate case Miss Ophelia Company. 60"8 of eczema or skin disease. Treasurer. We Invite you to try ZEMO and .t.n All rmn.rd (or the I'rCSbl'- satis-flwterlan society will notify us at once, ZEMO soap and If not entirely n o,. H; wc deilre o bp m a we will refund your money. Mrs. J. . l'axton. I'res. There will bo an exchange at J. L. EVERYTHING FRESH lleazley's furniture storo next SaturFOR THAT XMAS CAKE day, Nov. 5 for tbo benefit of Homo AT Missions. Help a good cause. NEWLAND'8 NEWt-'AND'Ml-on- a 71-1- 1 Sure Money Kaj er: i WE HAVE A SHORT OPTION ON 4,400 ACRES OF VIRGIN PtNr TIMBER LAND 8 2 MILES FROM HOU8TON fiifeXA$,. Off. SHELL ROAD AND RAILROAD. SAW TIMDER ON't HAVeLEEN ESTIMATED AT 15,000,000 FEET, 25,000 OR?30,000 dRBS Of ,Yo6d efiilbEtf, W," I I AND, qHARCQAL XAWJj.lr.TW" LAND NEAR T HAS BEE OLO WE NEED ,$25,000 TO aS.WINQ IlJrHfd 'fOEAL. ,FOR $70 PER AQRE. MONEY REFUNDED ANY TIME .WITH 1,0 PER CttNTi.lNTElti. (WE WANT TO GET A" DEAL CLOSED AND'HAVE NB OUTLARGE ASSORTMENT OF SCOTT COUrtTY VARMSiAr ALL COME. ' SIZES AND PRICEq. 15 ' YV ' THE'pRlCEIS 25PER XcRC FEOItflE; leo DAN McMILLIAN & CO., Lancaster Hot! Building, Georgetown, Ky. d FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SAUB OAIUY VIA WINTER TOURIST TICKETS m m GOOD RETUqwiNQ UNTIL MAY 31, 1811. Tor Fufl ttAttiulut, aB os, or write H. C. KINO, PsiKOtn nd Tkket Aftot, 101 E. Main SL, LEXINQTON, KX. !8Maa8aMaWBIWMMMWaal A ol Ladies 9 SHOES lrtt. I Suitin 0Q A Large Assortment of I Correct Shades ! j, u, u, For Everybody and in all o o o o ooooo 000OO0$O00OO W. E. PERKINS, V. I L R. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, rJ, V. O. STYLES t.,i. nlu-nv- T. YV. Humble Mart l, NEW SILES 1 m gmF I I Vi, s Shoes That Keep Your Feet Warm & Dry. 4 CordieT" bought the Napier HOG RAISERS property at Kowland and will open a baH photograph gallery. Mr. Cordlcr Are your hogs worth 5 cent per be Dten appointed postmaster and head? We guarantee glad to boo hla many friends. . Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy llooms for rent, furnished or Hundley, Stan- - to keep hogs healthy and free from Mrs Ium disease tor 6 cents per haud por lord. Kills Cholera, cure month. It ot Worms, Stimulate the Appetite, Aids Tho last popular price excursion Olgestlon and causes hogs to fatten this year over the Queen &. Crescent very rapidly. This remedy Is used to Cincinnati will be run next and endorsed by loading hog ralscra llouto Sunday, Nov. 6. The train will start throughout the country. Cee in round-trifare aud let ub tell you about 1L from Somerset. Tho The will bo 11.60. Sold by New Stanfova Oiug Co. from Moroland will I price from McKinney passengers bo tho same. Krank unfur-nlshedp r I aoTTOvol yjx3j3iD if ? oo v ox oil nfortoo jx. -- We have just received a now line nf Pckroiori .Qillra few waists and dresses. Also i V l frViYi vyjj.xjj.vyxj. I'M xjjl I W different shades, to be used for waists and folds. Price, from 50 cts to $1.50 yard. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes Cummins STANFORD, THIS BTORE 18 & Wearen, KENTUCKY. THE HOME OF HART 8CHAFFNER A MARX CLOTHES Wo have a saw null for sale with turo dealer and undertaker, has Just bailer 30 hp engine, funor-n- l installed ono of tho handsomest a new saw mill for sale, V4 cash, balcars ever brought to this com- ance In two, four and six months, iminlty. It Is rubberUrcd and other with good note. Ring's Mountain wise equipped with the most modern Planing Mill, Klag'a Mountain, Ky, improvements. : ..-- .:. J. L. Ueazleytho furnt Notice i, i rR STANFORD, ,ryt KENTUCKY fHlUSii Nl' tC ifi' -- SW ,y3tfr,ut V PACH6 POUR THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. -- TURSDAY, NOVKMUKIl 1st, 1910 MEN WHO CARE Will do well to sec our new line of THE FARMERS PUBLIC SALE! Sale of Hustonville Property m Fall and Winter Models in Suits and Overcoats 'V'WllW1 ' Btfi iV JI They give Character and Prestige to the wearer. They carry the stamp of elegance and refinement in every line. They cost no more than the ordinary- - New Fall Hats The Hat of course, is a matter of be- comingness. The many good shapes we show this Fall makejit an easy matter to meet any man's requirement as to Style, Shape, Color and Price. ft t w all SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. A FULL LINE OF meat hogs for rale weighing from I will At my residence, ono fourth to 276 pound. W. 11. Land. nillo south of Crab Orchard on the A beautiful pony, cart and harness Somerset road, offer for salo at pubfor sale Henry Hankta, Junction lic miction, on City, Ky. Friday November 4th, 1910 LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE At 10 A M. the following property, 100 acres In line shape; crop rocs Hordes nnd mules, fat hogs, with. Better come quick. J. M, s sows and pigs, 14 shonts, rows and Wayncsburg. calves, farming Implements, vehicle Two cattle were left at my pens of nil descriptions, 100 brown legInit court day owner ran Ret them b- horn chickens, machinery of all kinds. illing for this notice nnd their keep. household goods Including kitchen fur A. T. Nunnelloy, Stnnlord. nltiirc; nlso set of dining room furnitable About three million acres of land ture, consisting of belonging to the civilized Indian, nf and chairs, of the finest Kngllsh oak; Oklahoma, will be sold nt auction, be- - ( sets of harness, about 26 barrels of .. m. Ml.. ..., nlnnlni r,......,lr, nui, .1Bi, imucr regulations corn, 200 bales uf hay, fodder and tops of the Interior Department. A mini- In field, and. other property too numer mum price Is set nnd 25 per cent must ous to mention. TERMS All bills over 110 nnd unbe paid down And 6 per cent Interest der cpsh In hand; over I0, n note on deferred payments. The flno lllue (Irons farm of the bearing 6 per cent. Interest late Charles Alcxnndor, near Vcrsal). security. WILLIAM MONKS, les, Ky contnlnlnR 226 acres, was Crab Orchard, Ky sold to It. II. Vansant at $175 per ncre A goose parade of 3,600 birds took place at Maysville, Ky Tuesday. They were shipped from the mounPublic Sale tains of Eastern Kentucky to bo rattened for eastern markets. liming sold my farm to .novo to J. II. Baughman returned Friday Somerset I will sell publicly on the from Gallatin, Tenii., whore ho vismiles Iron. Prcnchersville pike 2 W. N. tirlflin, who bouRht much ited Stanford on of Mr. Il's prize mule stock nt his big Saturday, November 5th, In September. Mr. Urllfln states sale that li0 has already won over Jl.UOli Commencing at ten o clock, the fol hrtid of horses. iu premiums at tin? blR Tennessee lowing property: fairs and Is greatly pleased with his 1 Jack, 2 jennets; milk cows; lot or corn; millet .ill kinds of Kentucky-breInvestment. The mules attracted wide attention und farming tools, 1 two horse, wagon; wagon; buggy and bar favorable comment where er shown. 1 Mr. Ilaughman has secured several ness; lot of chickens; good cook stove several very fine pairs of ir.are mules household and kitchen furniture and lately which he will take to Atlantu many othtr things too numerous to and he Is already beginning to make mention. TINSLEY SPOONAMORE preparations for his second annual sale which will be held hero next Col J. V Chandler Auct. r.0 IfiO to-wKey-noldsldo-boar-gllt-cdgd one-hors- e Having other property In Huston-vill- a I will on Saturday Nov. 6th, 1910 sell tho following described real estate Ono frame house, with 18 rooms, arranged so that two families cm live In It, two back yards; ono extra nice vacant building lot; ono barn, a good extra largo livery barn, 2 l.irge sheds; 2 lasting wells; one bark lot This property U well fenced and In good repair; has all outbuildings neces sary nnd Is situated on Main nnd Col- lego streets, ono square from very line unwind school; ono square from tho Christian churrh; one squarn from Baptist church and two squares from rresbjterlnn church, nnd Is In a splendid neighborhood 1 will also sell one Curtis & Iteld glass-fron- t carriage, as Rood ns now; twu good high wheel sulkies; two driving cart! phaetons, one ono Hancock disc plow nnd 600 or COO bales of No, 1 hay Sale begins promptly nt two oclock. Terms mude known on dny of salo. For other particulars address by phone or otherwise Huitonvllle, Ky. D. S. CARPENTER. two-stor- y two-stortwo-hors- e STIRRINQ TIME3. o arc having In tho building line. carry a full line, of lime, plaster, toment and everything elio needed for building, Kver thing purchased here will bo found ot the best quality and the best for Intended purposes. We will save you trouble and unnecey sary expenso by sending to us (or an Ve estimate. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. Dcoot Stroot, Phono 90, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. D. GARTER, 8. Now Llvorv. rh& NICE Not getting a satisfactory price for my property, I will continue business at the old stand. G. B. PRUITT, Moreland, Ky. HARNESS ON A HORSE should be made so as to give htm perWo carry everything fect romfort required In h irnes nnd 'horse goods, but only the best and most reliable llnei. If you need harness fur fnrm wagon or for a racing sulky, you will get the best of Its kind at J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. I (8 j ear. 1 COAT 1 i) I l4-liHr4-TT- TAO SWEATERS! AND ' W33 ft m W jg : ' s s m m JJ 1 S Ii. fa m L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Mr H. H. Crow h,'is made several nice sales of his tine thoroughbred He recently sold I Durocs recentlj. gilts to A. V. Carpenter, two to W. It Having decided to move elsewen Wingate and one gilt and a boar to will olfer on Robert Burke, at fancy prices. Splendid family horse; Wednesday, November 9th. 1910 Kor Sale anybody can drlvo him; perfectly gen- Mv farm of to acres on Danville pil.e 8 miles west ol Stanford, 6 miles east tle and sound Apply to Bailey Hill. of Danville This a line tract of lund with good Improvements. At the same FARM FOR SALE1 time I will dispose ot 15 acres ci! com FRUIT AND SHADE TREES miles west of in the shock; two and 80 acres lying f acres Everything for Orchard Lawn Highland, a good cottage nnd out- or tobacco In excellent condition 1 ... C ffalHa rnnr-fu- l I '. and Garden. good carriage horse, 7 years old works about 35 acres In cultivation; plenty anywhere; one mare 10 years old, Write for Free Catalogue No. Agents selllng-ou- t not good farm and driving animal; I fine of water. Reason for H. F. HILLENMEYER A. SONS. able to work on larm. Price reason- 2 year old gelding, well broke. filly Lexington, Kentucky, able extra good, t Jersey cow with tine JAS. A. KING. 60-flow of milk. 1 179 rangs good new ox U5 1 upright piano, almost new as Also Stanford, Ky.. K. F O. No. '. oiy entire household and kitchen PUBLIC SALE 1 Fall And Winter Suitings My ttew tall and winter sainpls art now ready for your Inspection. They comprise the boat on tbo market. I ran suit any one as to prloo who has his clothes made to order. A suit made to your measure is prctorablo 4 1 one-hal- 1 8 CATARRH Cured by The Marvel of The Century, U. B. B. Tested for 30 Years. . i ........ ,. .. ...i Haw King, SpiUWK,vlUUl. un.au., ..i... charges of yellow milter permanently cured with pure Botanical Ingredl-ents. To prove It we will send you a 1 SAMPLE TREATMtn I rn CATARRH Id NOT ONM DANCKK-OUbut It causes ulcerations, death ana decay or bones. Kills ambition often anises toss' of anoctlte. nnd reaches to general dehllltv. Mlnnv mri insanity. It needs attention at once. I Cure It by taking Botanic Blood Balm j (B. B. B.) it is a quick radical permanent cure because It rids the system I of the poison germs that cause oitarrh ' at the same time Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies the blood, does away with every symptom ol catarrh. B. B. B. ' sends a tingling flood of warm, rich ui-i1 S I to ready made clothes. To have them made to measure doesn't rost any rooro than resdy made when quality and nt u aoasiaar. Oooi In and let n i root maajur. 1L C. Kbij. in. Practical Tailor Terms made known on day or sale MRS. SUnro.d, Ky., A. S. GILMORE, It. F D. No.2 J. C. McClary, rsJr TJF.!. I "Li1 J. fT Diamond Edge Food Cutters m $vf3 OrV-1 (BTVfi Notice that we say Food Cutters,' not food inacer-ators'nchoppers, but or f EJIiNl ii III! WM' wtll Tbc Favorite TobI Sta. ,0r WoH8' Cutters. The Diamond 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 hall 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 nut butter, grinding pepper, coffee, etc. The fastest cutter made Let us show you. e to Edge Food Cutter actually cuts the food as clean as a pair of scissors cuts paper. I1SALE pure tlood direct to the paralyzed nerves, and parts aifected by catarr hal poison, giving warmth and strength Just where It Is needed, and in this way making a perfect lasting euro or catarrh In all Its forms, ORl'U GISTS or by express, Jl l'KR LARUH BOTTLE, with directions for homo cure, sample: sknt Fitfc.K by writ e ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga. your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by Shugnrs and Tanner. Dei-crib- Undertaker nnH Emhamor 'it in g iu; a perfectly Subr STANFORD. - KY. bath room and enjoy a good PENNY'S DRUQ STORE. wash. The handtoiue basin, tub, etc.. Oltlce 'Phone 17 Home 'Phone 85. double the pleasure of cleunlng up POSTED or cooling off. If you have not iruch a bathroom let us tell you how much (The hunting season Is upon us and enn put nearly everyone want to post his )ou can lave one for We vo-- j tin place The charge is 25 cents cash one In for ni'icli less tlinn Imagine V" with name.) K. B. Denhara T. A. Rico. K. WARNER, J. V. Hughes M. J, Hoffman AI. F Luvvreuco Stanford, Ky. J. 11. Acton Phone 181. J. S. Harris J V llaiigh.uan. For Sale A handsome pair or hor S. II Ilaughman. J 11. ilaugluiian bos; splendidly matched; suitable for Frank Cordler Will Cordler can luge or harness tenni J. B, M. B. Lytic. Bryantavllle, Ky. Christ Jacob. to t AUitktaitr. ustIsc roo thU Wj U H WHAT A REAL TREAT I i flFyQHBsJVBriJ3r W. Lea-vei- l, BV GEORGE H. FARRIS. STANFORD. KY. Ii yuu have anything to sell in the The People's Tobacco Warehouse, Danville, Ky. SHOW YOR WIFE a fire Insurance policy If you want to cue her mind. Sbu naturally worbeing destroyed by fire. Let us write you a iKillcy In a good company today Then whatever happens you are protected against the loss by fire Th'e vfry frei'dpm from worry 1s worth more than the cost of the policy 8TANFORD, STOCK Take to LINE ries about the possibility or her homo Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards He luivsand sel 8 everv dav iu the year except Sunday. Bring on your stock. Beat market iu " the State with plenty ol ed and water best covered pCDb, outside of Louisville or Lexingtou STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed businesa. W. S. FISH KY. . 200 '"! PHONE YOU CAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. H. - CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of T BUYER OF All kluds of farm produce and am pdylng today for: All Kinds of sue Branch T. K. Tudor, M'gV. Eggs Stanford Hens he WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: LANCASTER. KY. ' 6. Norlhcoti. Farm Produce 23-2- 4e 8-- J. G. Riddle f)l 0 Kess liens Fryers Turkey Ducks Fryers iic 5 B lie lMSc c Roosters, per lb Hides per lb "Feather , 7c c LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANQE FOR PRODUCE. Phone 1S3 Ws can please you. to 5 STILES, V, P. HENRY McWILLIAMS, MGR.JOHN 8. VANWINKLE, SECY & Turkeys, l to 13o I. M. DUNN, PRE6. H. D. Incorporated TREAS. J. C DAVIS, 7 to lie Uucki PERRYVILLE STREET, ONE BLOCK OF Q. & C. TOBACCO, FOR THE 8ALE OF LOOSE LEAF (i Hide to 7c DEPOT, KY. DANVILLE, THE LARGEST AND BE8T EQUIPPED HOUSE IN THE BURLEY DISTRICT 15 to 13o FOR THE 8ALE OF LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO. SOUTH OF THE RIVER. Feathers SHELTER FOR 50 LOADED WAGONS AND ONE HUNDRED HEAD OF HORSES. FREE STABLES Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed for tale or In exchange for AND INSURANCE. FOR SELLING LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO AND WITH FACILITIES WE OFFER THE BEST POSSIBLE Produce. LIGHTED HOUSE, IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME AND SEE US BEFORE MAK8PLENDIDLY OUR Phone 20. ING ANY ARRANGEMENTS FOR DISPOSING OF YOUR TOBACCO, B-2 Koastura Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. Phone 11. J. H. Baughmap& Co. .i.m4nt,