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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iJ J a I s M i THE INTERIOR JOURNAL 1 VOLUME XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1910 NO 72 t IBREAKING RECORDSAT SPLENDID ATTENDANCE THIS HONOR ROLL FOR OCTOBER- IS ANNOUNCED Supt J W Ireland has math out the Honor Roll of the Stanford city BOlioola for the month of October He tins high uords of praise for thd reg ularlty of attendance for It has been bettor In all dojimmonts than It hlnl user boon before showing lent tilt Iupllg BM taking nn Interest In their work Stanford may well bout ot her splendid school rnclllllc The Honor Roll Is a follows y Primary Vlffla Blmoro Willie Mur Hhy Adelaide Proctor Lolls C Rnncy tirade l JPuladys Arnold Catherine Urady Honry Mancunian Joiephlno GOO h Hubert Haley Mnrglo Lynn CiRJSmllli Herman Walis lrktlu iIVIcitfhtse Sutlth Ithel Brecdluve George F Furrls Bd Far ijicr Joo Crime Morgan Baughmati- Brndo HI Elolso Buatloy France Cormlnor Janle locker Sophie Snun data Orado IV Tllden Coopor Ualloy Owes Allle It Fish Kaehu UiI John Reid MoKlnnoy Virgil Mooro Heath Severance Orado V Richard Arnold llobntt Arnold Lottie Bright Anna V Craig Leon Ual Frances Kmbry Sylvia Farmer Hugh Reid Fostar Hunnle Good Kathryn Harris Ada Moblcy I Anna H Powell Smith Rnnkln Uolle I Ilu iell Alice Tainine tirade VIl34m 11111 Charley Pen tan Malsy Grimes Nellie Hill lnpl Powell Jean Paxton Mary Jar 111 Grace Hurst Adulla Russell Hart well SUmXs Ella Rlgnoy Emily Mur phy UntH1 Reynolds LoUlo McKln nay Clinton Coleman 1on ItocKer JOf Huibry Martha Nancy Undo VIIMaude Arnold Mary Anderson Prescott jJrown Ella Bl KISt Harding = JusVFrjb 4 VV1 ffficr111 Mary Shepherd Cook Craig Anno Uavli Mo Moore Ranoy Alayme Stngl ton IHrcshman Harry darter I Robnrt Carter Etfle Baughmah Josephine fCarpenter Marlon Grimes William i Orlmca8opjnonoreHarry Jlclnlmrj Senior Joseph Hopper I 4 Wholl Be The NeXt ANOTHER YOUNG COUPLE SUP PRISE THEIR FRIENDS Elopements teem to be all the rag In Lincoln and the ndjrnlng country Jut at present andrn lutny have tat ru plnro latch that the trst question asked In thO rucrnlngs Is Well who Kut married lad i islt the laic + couple to tvnocr to the little god of lava were Adam Pence and Miss Elizabeth Baughman who slipped away to thn residence of Rev J J Dickey Tuesday night when the words were said which united I them heart and hand Mr Penco Is u son of E T Pence and Is one of the best known young farmers In the county and liked by owrjrono ilia brldo Is tho fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs M S Baughman and Is very attractive and popular noth had Kept the news of their Intentions very quiet and It i came ax a surprise to everyone They 1will make their homo for the present at Mr Pence farm on the cutoff plko to Crab Orchard C A MAN WANTS TO DIE 1 conly when a lazy liver and sluggtst IwwolR cause frightful despondency Iut Dr Kings New Idle Pllla cxpolo poisons from tho system bring hope and courage cure all liver stomach and kidney troubles Impart health and vigor to weak nervous and ailing 25 cents at Pennys Drug Store NOTICE- I take this means of notifying my friends and custpmera that the Vac nuts Cleaning Wagon will not be In Stanford this tall Will ask you not to forget me In the early spring ale which notice will be given through this paper any orders given to Dr T W Pennington will bo greatly ap I preciated by Yours truly E L OLDEN Mgr Vacuum Cleaning Wagon IrOtto Paul Milwaukee Win says Foleys Honey and Tar Is still more than the beet He writes us All that bought U think It Is Htlll tthose than the best Our baby hay ti bad coltS and It cured him In ono day Ploaao accept thanks JI M Tho TO SUBSCRIBERSII day issue I Wednesday morning so as to rriurnslWallll I1IuIIawrrrlARiRaised RUSSELL COUNTY YOUNG MAN IN BADLIVE CASEY NEWS Mlddleburg Nov 3rd Magistrates court acre last Wed nuJiy brought qultc a crowd to town Hlmor Weaver of London arid Mlsi Montlo CUMiis the handsome daugh ter of Mr Jerry Cravens pf the DOt Creek section vcru married on thu Jtfltli Tho writer outdated ffnd it goes without Aaylrgtnat tho job wan done up In traCmost approved ntylu J IV VolIia youth nf Itltcmnll count raised tho amount of a cliebk gluon him bj McDowell Hoglu and presented It to W P Keono and got the money on It Tho young man may be taught a lesson rrom It that will bo luuUn- gI I was our posuro Sunday to hour Rev W S Taylor of IJurgln who Is holding a meeting for Rev J L AUklnc at Liberty Baptist church Rov Taylor U quite an able and force ful prvMtlier bstde seems to be quite an cnniofct man Ills sermon Sunday war tho beat we have listen ed to for ears and his audience tiwmed to appreciate It greatly John Hamilton and Frank Cain es caged hunt the officers here on tho 20th after Ucgy had been tined and 1O respcCtlvelyfor 10I mliglous orvlc M at Orovo church Thuy took advantage of a crowded court room and slipped out nut tiolug noticed- It Is reverted that they took tho tram Tlnirsduy hj Wayneiburg for parts unknown EtJJunion at Valley Oak Sunday Jt u Folo and thu writer went to Liberty Sunday to hear Rev W S Taylor at UK Uittlst church Miss Nora Coffey of Pnil war lure to see her father J K tAlley J C Fogle has tho foundation for his cottage on Liberty street down and has contracted with Topscott k Co to do the carpenters work It will tx ready for occupancy about Dec L Mr Fogle will then move here and hU son McDowell will oc copy hit residence on the farm Mr F It Jones our telephone opera for tells us that he Is permitted to listen to some quite amusing converI sations over tbe wires o a Jolly disposition and enjoys a thing ol that kind The trustees of tile graded school here have decided to call an election on the question of Issuing bonds forI tho purpose of paying for tho property The proposition faljed ahen It war submitted two years ago Lilt Uu trustees think the opposlou Lut subsided sufficiently that the question would carry now taut night was Halloween and the boyn wore out doing foolish things as usualThe children ol tho Uuptlst Sunday bchool have set about to get up n nice box of provisions for the Uaptlst Orphans Home at Louisville for rfcsnksstvins This la a step In th 5 right direction and the children should be encouraged A Sunday school that does no more than what went on Sunday morning nod go over I the lesion Iii not an Ideal one by any means Skin And Scalp Troubles Yield to Zemo A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL USE Pennys Drug Store is so confident that ZKMO and ZEMO soap used to ether will rid the skin or scalp of In font or grows person of pimples black heads dandruff eczema prickly heat rashes hives Ivy poison or any other form of skin or scalp eruption that they will give your money back it satisfied with theyou are not entirely reeulU obtained from the use of ZE MO aid the soap The lint application will give irompt relief and show an lmprov lent and In every Instance witero used persistently will destroy tho germ life leaving the skin In a clean icalthy condition Sold and gunrnp ted by druggists everywhere and in Stanford by Pennys Drug Store Jet us ghorv you proof of some remarkable cures made by ZEMO and give you a 32pago booklet how to preserve the skin Pennys Drug Store IBrodhead Fair ELECTS SPLENDID SET OF NEW OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR Rrodhcad Nov S The RoikcasUo county fair associa lion elected Uio following officers for the ensuing year U C Owens 1lres Dr IV E Ornvely Vice Pres Edgar S Albright SeC A E Albright It H I linn and John Robins Hoard ot DirectorsJohn lln8 who has been traveling for a patent medicine firm In ijnn is at homo fur a few days Hraclc Durham who has been telegraphing at New Hope fur a couple of weeks Is at home Henry Thnrp0 and daughter MIKR Ellzuboth returned homo Tues aay from Louisville where they had been vlnltlng for a few days Cushier A M Watt has moved Into the pro perty lately vacated by Uankor lint chcEon Ton Evans of Lebnnou Junction use here Sunday Miss Anno Tale of Mt Vernon visited rela fives here first of week A little child of Jomos Bradley ot tho Sayors vicinity is very low with dyplhcrla Miss Irtne Lyons who ID In school at Junction City was here with her parents over Sunday Wr understand a protracted meet Ingls to begin soon with the Marcta burg Christian church Uldors Green Fish and Winklor will do the preach lag lion Fontaine Fox Uobbltt of Crab Orchard who in rightly btyled the Clcuro of tho Mountains was here an lognl business on Monday anti TuesdayMartha tho 6yearold daughter of David obb of the Negro Creek sec Don aftec a few days of intense aurr faring of scarlet fiver died and wan buried Sunday in the Zion churchyard Rev Plko preached the funeral sermonPat Hunt formerly of the Marets burg neighborhood but who has lived la New Albany lad for three years pus has returned to the place of his birth land will likely locate We are told thnt Lila wife wIlD was Miss ty R ble Mulilnn u In very poor health Our little town u putting on airs or rnth r on a slight boom Now side walks botli concrete and gravel art beIng laid A new street Is being graded alongside of the railroad from depot to top of bill near railroad brldKe Mr R H Ham the merchant Is putting considerable Improvements on his dwelling which adds greatly to Ita looks A E Albright has Just completed some nice wire feuclng around some of bJs property The dimension mill Is running steady time Hugh Miller republican candidate for Congress spoke here last Tueiday night Goat Ranch TO BE ESTABLISHED AT OTTEN HElM BY FATHER LEO Messrs Joseph Ilcnsen and Charles Trub Jr of Ottenhelm were in tho city Tuesday and paid a pleasant cull to the L J office They report that tuuincsH is Nourishing In their little burg The latest business enterprise I a gout farm which Rev Father Leo plans to develop hiving recently bought a nice herd of gusts ns 1 foundation BOTH SPEEDY AND EFFECTIVE This Indicates the action of Foleys Kidney Pllla ae S Parsons Battle Creek Mich Illustrates 1 have been afflicted with a severe cede of kidney and bladder trouble for which I found no relief until I used Foleya Kidney Pills These cured me entire ly of all my ailments 1 was troubled with backache and severe shooting pains with annoying urluary Irregu larities The steady use of Foleys Kidney Pills rid me entirely of all my former troubles They have my highest recommendation Shugars and Tanner WOODS ON CRAB ORCHARD ExMayor Clarence Woods la back again from a months stay at Crab Or uuurd He says he can hardly renaln way fro mUte place so pleasant la everything and such a tine host end hostess are Capt Willis and his call mable wife He js of tho opinion that the heavy drinkers ate growing bet ter or also fast disappearing as Uie Kculy department at the springs ill not loaded with patients as Is usually the case at this time of the year From wbnt he has seen ho says the Keel cure Is the greatest thing of tho age tinU a monument should be placed in the Hall ot Fame to its founder Richmond Climax t Burglars Busy NERVY GANG BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN AT WORK THIS WEEK I IDonvlllo Advocate Visited by fcoM operationsloxtendld Early In the night the residence It rotibed of too Mr Lee did not mles tho coin until he arose this morning and observed that his residence had been broken into The next heard of the burglars was nt Alorelaild wherotho postmce was entered and robbed of IJU and a lot of statiips An attempt was made tn enter the store of George Hunnat Shelby City Falling In this the bur glars proceeded to the homo of Mr Alex Surber Mr and Mrs Surber never realized Until this morning that their residence had been burglHtiieil although the bold thieves entered their bed room and stole Mr Surbora tult of clothes A report reached town this morning that Uio burglars neroshot at in tho vicinity of Junction City The burglars cauio on to Danville and It Is thought that thoy boarded a train here The postoftlce at Moroland is In T A Kirks ptore and entrance was gaIn- ed through a window i There were either two bands of bur stars or those who were operating lode motorcycles and In nn automo bile Liters bloodhounds were put on the trait at the Moreland postofllco and trailed to Beatty avenue Danville where It Is thought thu burglars I boarded n freight train A HALLOWEEN PARTY Om of the prettiest social evuntf of the season was the Hnllovecn tiarty given by the Misses Back at their benutlful home on tho Bradlurdsvillc I pike near Hustonyllle Tho hospltat l home was beautifully decorated with I I JackrOlonterns caudles and autumn flowers and the doors were thrown I upon the the youngsters seeking Hal loween run Many Interpstlng games were played and excellent music WAS enjoyed hall When tt time arrlved fur us toi take defrture the 4f guests Join ed In assuring the hostesses low I much they had enjoyed the evenln j Everyone felt that It was good to have I been there One Who Was Present Mlllersburg suffered a 200000 lire1 Tuesday night a spark from a pass- Ing freight train starting the blaxe Moat of the damage was done to bus ness houses though several residences werevbadly damaged DEATH OF MRS JACOBS Tho many friends here of the popular couple were grieved this week to learn of the deatn at tho Grays ville Tenn sanitarium ot Mrs Harry Bayles Jacobs wife of Mr Harry Jacobs of McKlnney She had been 111 for several weeks with typhlod fever Mrs Jacobs was 39 years of age and Is survived by her husband and ono child a daughter The remains were I brought here for interment In beau tllul Uulfalo cemetery Gilberts Creek Miss Polly fraylor visited In Dan ville Sunday Mr Hutchison contcmlntcs going to Arizona I Mr J E Buck has returned home after spending a few days In Tennessee I Mr George Redman is spending a fow days with his sister Mrs Bruce Daugherty Mr Sam Anderson has been assign ed to the W H Traylor plant for this month Mr Elmer Connett who is working tor Puxton Bros Company had hit hand cut by a piece of glass Mr Henry Traylor la getting along nicely Mr Wesley Johnson of Stanford l asset through here on 1105 train A r8 Nevtus of Stanford la visiting her daughter rsJ E Buck MJaa Willie Gordon Taylor made a trip to Lancaster Saturday Mr Henry Spradling of Somerset will remain with the Bergln i Grady Company this month Mr ieorge Redman will leave for Omega Aa some time in January GOOD RESULTS ALWAYS FOLLOW Tho use of FoleyB Kidney Pills They are upbuilding strengthening and soothing Tonic In action quick- la results Shugars sad Tanner II Moreland Honor Roll OTHER LATE NEWS FROM WEST END OF THE COUNTY The Honor Roll of the Moreland public school for tho month ending October iSth Is as follows Grade VIII Minello Pruitt 91 Ada D Pruitt E 9 Myrtle Morgan 88 Zela Clarkson SO Mary Coldlron 8f 1111111 Hughes 84 James Manson 82 Grade VI Cleora Coldlron 88 Lulu iiOUtt 87 Cleva Routt 86 Sadie MillS 86 Willie Southerland Sii Margaret BirdEpalcer tGrade IV Joule Compton 95 Hazel Singleton 90 Frank Felstrltzor 9 Annie Harmon 88 Joe Drlesler 88 Mack Clarkson 87 Keith Ellis 84- die sA Coulter 82 rtirade 111 Charlie Sln toIl1liJ WIllie Minks oUf Asiig Coo3h trvllie Lee Prultt 80 Grade ItIrene Morgan 8f Grace Ellis 31 Sarah Messer 81 Thelma Owens 80- Grade IWlllla Reid 96 Christine Coffey 89 Mamie Dlxhon 80 The nroiiuicnt to date Is male 60 fenlale6f averngje attendance mole Li female 40 total 67 On Friday Nov llth there will bo held at the school house at Moreland a Mothers Day to which all the moth ers and fathers of the pupils are in vited to come bring their lunches and spend oil day on the school ground rind In the school house The school IK trying to secure nn organ for its use and wants to buy some moro looks for Its library E L Grubb principal Miss Fannie Spears asslse antMr Ed Needham has lately pur chased a tine piano for his daughter MUM Sabrina Tbe small culvert on the Danville and Hustonvllle pike between the old toll gate house and the Iron bridge over Knob Lick creek has been sunk en in on one aide for a month and had now u large hole In Itnakfg1t dangerous to horses arid vehicles Dr Wm Needham of Boonevllln slopped over a few days with his brother Mr Ed Needham while on his way to the medical college at Louisville Mr William Kelley the expert blacksmith of Shelby City has taken charge of the Clint Helm shop at Junction City Mr Ben Kelley has moved to Paul toners Station to take charge of a blacksmith shoj there Mr Charles Lyons Is In Pinevllle where Mr Lyons has a saw milL The Maccabees held a spelling match In their hall Thursday night Mr Riley King and Mr Sam Cosb base recently put not shingle roofs on their houses and Capt Ben Mc rrawhas put tin shingles on Us LION FONDLES A CHILD In Pittsburg a savage lion fondled tbo band that a child thrust Into his cage Danger to a child Is something grctit when least regarded Often It tomes through colds croup and whooping cough They slay thou sands that Dr Kings New Discovery could have saved A few doses curd our baby of a very bad case of croup writes Mrs George B Davis Flat Rock N C We always give It to him when he takes cold Its n wonderful medicine for babies Beat for Coughs Colds La Grippe Asthma Hemorrhages weak lungs GO cents U Thlal bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Sto- reuIItaIal IIURII1l ICLOSING OUT SALE climatebi- I a full line of Igoods trimmings and notions Just purchased In the city at II prices astonishingly low Tnla stock was carefully selected and V It will meet the wants of this- por any other vicinity II will sell It II a whole If an opportunity should present I CORA S LIPPSII 1 IIIUluRIUulIifIRAN Is patient even with a nagging wife fur hq knows she needs help She maybe so nervous and runt jJown in health that trifle annpy nor if she Is melan choly excitable trouUlod with loss of Fppetlte head tic K sleeplessness con stipation or fainting and dizzy spells nue needs Electric bitters the most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands ot suffers from female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy Try them Only 50 cents Satisfaction guaranteed by Pennys Drue Store Bad Blaze At London I CAPITAL OF LAUREL SEVERELY FROM FIREFTho main business portion of Lon don Laurel county was gutted by a tire wUcn broke out In the rear of d the store of Mrs Salute Wanska Tues day night The loss Is estimated at 100000 and the origin of the flro Is unknownThe Hotel one of the best known hostelries In the mountains was burned but the guests all got out safely Besides the hotel among the property destroyed were the First National Bank Pearls mlllluery store Catching barber shop Jodys dry goods store Manhattan restaurant London pharmacy Howards grocery Woodwards grocery the postofflce and a number of lawyers and doctors offices Ready for Election BALLOTS ARE BEING SENT OUT TO OFFICERS Everything Is In readiness in Lin coin for the election Tuesday Coun ty Clerk Cooper Is sending out the ballot books printed by the I J Good men will be In charge of the polls and a free election and n lair count Is assured The list of election offi cers who will servo t1 nil follows Stanford No1 Jesse Wearen Sherilf Phil Nunael ley Judge A C Carman Judge Hart Luce Judge Stanford No2 R C Hocker Sheriff Ben Bryan Judge Frank Smith Judge John Ellis Clerk Stanford No3- J H Engleman Sheriff W M Fields Judge H C Anderson Judge J W Williams Clerk Stanford No4 3 Sam J Bell Sheriff H J Darst Judge Lllburn Gooch Judge leo Car punter ClerkCrab Orchard No 1 1 ParrishJude j Sanders Clerk Crab Orchard No2i JJiEdmlston Clerk Wayneiburg No1 lIaysfudgeHubble Clerk 2Edward C Al JudgeJWaynesburg No3 BaughJudgeSpeaks Clerk Hustonvllle No 1 CrowludgName Clerk r Huitonvllle No 2 j JohnDurtonred Carson Clerk Huttonvllle No3II P Davis Sheriff A C Hill lodge Lee Manning Judge John Carter Clerk Hustonvllle No3- J H Floyd Sheriff L B Owens Fudge John Elliott Judge Joe Wit lams Clerk Ottenheim Ready for ths Hon Harvey Holm in ours Mr John Popcnhagea has our con gratulations as a first class photos rapher Mrs Ida Gear ua lft Tuesday for London to visit her home folks Mr Joseph Abt Raised a fine crop of broom corn this season Mr John Wentzel was trying to beat all but Today Mr Richard Wintjes was out bunting Three rabbits shot or bought probably the latter t Mr Alex Arnold has finished malt all his genuine Shwyz cheese and it- t good The Catholic congregation has been enlarged by the arrival of Mr Ember Ker from Eddyvllle Ky Several par ties have moved here from that part of western Kentucky lately Mr John Wentzel has received a shipment of sausage large enough to provide the whole U S army besides 3 a goodly quantity of limburger We heard some time ago that our friend W Burch was very 1U butsso far have seen no sign of him nor heard any word from hum Keep him alive Let us not forget also our friend Judge Bailey and the other officers of Lincoln county We always shall bit true HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINEIs ont of the many valuable Ingredients of Foleys Kidney Remedy Hex ametbylenotetraralne is recognized by medical text books and authori ties as a uric Mid solvent and anti septic for the urine Take Foleya Kidney Remedy promptly at the first sign of kidney trouble and avoid a serious liltalady- s r v J1JI7I II MVWIItMtII tU n = T f THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOUJtNALJ NOVEMBER 4 1910 JOURNALIEatabliahed 1872- i HELTON SAUFLEYPuhlieher Jlltered at the Poet Offlco At Stan lerf Ky as Second Class malL VERY TUESDAY AND FRIEAY POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal la authorized to announce Charles A Hardin as a candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst at the election to be held November 1911 subject to the actton ot the Demo Whoopee Its mighty hard to keep t the cats In the bag always they will get out sometimes Listen to this The Danville Advocate announces that former Representative E W Llllard of Boyle has been appointed private secretary to United States Senator William O Bradley Llllard it will be recalled was elected as a democrat but betrayed his party and made pos sible the election of Bradley the republican nominee The secretaryship to the senator Is worth about 2500 to 3000 a year with perquisites which for say three or four years will make a pretty fat reward for Lillards most conspicuous treach wo meant devotion to Bradley causeIn order that It may be able to give Us readers the results from the elec tons in this and other stAtes on time the Tuesday Issue of the Interior Journal next week will not be publish ed unUI Wednesday morning Coun try readers who are In town Wednes day are invited to cons to the olrVxi and get their papers for the rural routes will not carry them out until Thursday morning The Danville Advocate says that Friends of Mrs It T Lowndes have received handsomely engraved an nouncements of the death of Princess Sonia her fine show mare which died a few weeks ago The announcement Is rather Incomplete In that the name of the official lag clergyman and the pall bearers were omitted wordstickaneThe In for Helm on Tuesday It Jocks like a democratic landslide all over the coun tryIDRESSED IN BLACK AND YELLOW Not Football colors but the cot ors of the catron containing Foleys Honey and Tar the best and safest cough remedy for all coughs and colds Do not accept a substitute but see that you get the genuine Foleys Honey and Tar la a yellow catron with black letters Shugars and Tan her Plenty of fresh air sleeping outdoors and a plain nourishing diet are all good and helpful but the most important of all i- sScotts Emulsion It is the standard treatment prescribed by phy sicians allover the world for this dread disease It is the ideal foodmedi cine to heal the lungs and buildup the wasting body FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS Bead JOe same ut paper ad ttU a4 lot ear betaUfal fUtlam Buk sag Cklldt BtctckBook Etch beak coBUlM s too Lea Par SCOTT aft BOWNE 409 Peart SUN V The I J Stands up for you and Stanford Let it do all your Job worK Sample Helps- Frail Women So many women are dragging out weary lives just because their diges tive organs are weak The result is poor circulation nervousness and the verge of invalidism It is often very unnecessary and the womans own fault thewelfareble usually lies AU physicians kso resuits ofDutfle and things of that kind until yen mOVlnlTouregularly once or twice a day all your goodmadSyrup Pepsla for awhile and you antronieelvea Lad work at tated times and willdluJlPUand1IeuuttalUIIIPepsin TOM OM obtain a bottle of rrejet tar fifty cents or one dollar and iromenkeepBO longer be without It al It cured them nftJmemberyoungest child but If you have never SCoxand lira Ellen Dungan Muncie Ind and hottie It will do In your own case That It will cure you as It did them there lino doubt t pleasedto tothefree of charge Explain your rate In a detailPbrname and address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctor address Is Dr W n rnld well R600 Cold well building Uontlcello IlL u The Fountain LifeIsA man who has a weak and impaired stomach and who does not properly direst hit food will soon find that his bldod has become weak and impoverished and that his whole body is improperly and insufficiently nourished Dr PIERCES GOLDEN MEDIC IL DISCOVERY makes the stomach strong promotes the flow ot dlestlve Juices restores the lost appcui makes assimilation perfect Jovlorates the liver and purifies and enriches the flood It Is the great bloodmaker Meshbuilder and restorative nerve tonic Jt makes men strong la body active In mind and toot la JudHement This co Discovery is a pure glyceric extract ol American medical roots absolutely free from alcohol and all injurious habitforming drugs All its ingredients are printed on its wrappers It has no relationship with secret nostrums Its every ingredieot is endorsed by the leaden in all the schools of medicine Dont accept a secret nostrum ac a substitute for this timeproven remedy OP KNOWN COMPOSITION ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS They must know of many cures made by it during past 40 years right in your own neighborhood Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Dr RV Pierce Pres Buffalo NY I O O I Beech Nut Sliced I Breakfast Bacon J Beech Nut Peanut Butter jSf Beech Nut Orange Marmalade I Beech Nut Lemon Marmalade Jfe Jellyi4 Beech Nut Crab Apple Jelly It I wH HIGGINS I 1 I 1- tjitlIiIt l t tM s I THE LAST SUPPERSsday Baked lame ht KT a 1910 SpoUljrArroidf or TU Paper Lesion TextMatthew yea as Memory terse eM- i Golden Ttutt Thla la my body which remembranceIofTime Thursday evening April t A D raPIeAn Upper room In Jerusalem Thla lesson IB fall of dramatic In eldest A harmony la necessary to understand the scenes in full I The first great day of the Passover which lasted a week began at gun- set oa the evening after the 14th of I April which by the Jewish reckoning WH the beginning the 15th when the regular Paaeorar supper was eaten The 4ta pies came to Jesus sometime OB Thnrtdajr saying When wilt then that we prepare for the to eat ttbs yMateverT A room wa aeedA with taklta awmsda by- eoebA tier tk Paaaorar mutt b- esaMaseilitg sees h was a esae t slat eyes Iih poorest Meet partake el tkat st x to a rtotetog atftd to bxMaaU fwd safety aid Utarty- Tba tfcera roast W MaiM4 tes UaraM bread btttar karta wise aa4 a riiirtil lamb wMaa west be ttato to the temple between three aid flva oeioak end aok d la a private bocaa Jess sad his dtioJplwi probably Lett Bethaar late Thursday afUrnoeo walked two or three mllaa aad reach ed the upper room goon attar sunset The strife probably began when the disciple were assembling la the upper room lid were about to take their place at the table Even in thla most solemn hour more solemn thaa they realized there arose a conten tion among the disciples aa to who should be the greatest probably with referenoe to the places of honor and nearness to Jess with an outlook toward the hlcaaat place In the new kingdom which was goon to begin Also because DO one was willing to ofncosapaay There waa doabtleaa a mingling of good and cvfl motives In the died l l aAt length all were reclining at the taw sad the raaaorar sapper warn bana Jeaaa wfeaty waned till time todsome to a better tram of mlad Then by a sTraboHe autos ke taught tkaaa a raaeoo wkleh has been Deeded an down the age He wile had all power who semi forth frost God sad warn goiac to God areaa tram the tapper poured water lato a hub aad wash ed hla disciples fiat Including the feet of Judas lato whose heart the devil had put the plan to betray him And as they were eating the Pass over meal Jesus used the same bread and wine that was upon the Passover table and taught the Recover truths The rites of the new heav en expressed for the spiritual life the deliverance from the slavery of sin the redemption through blood the promise of allegiance to the Lord the hope of the promised land which was enacted In actual life by the saying of the Israelites from the bondage of Egypt The Passover brought together the largest number of Individ uals to claim and consciously recog nize their part in Gods redeeming grace and power and because of Its sense of allembracing victory njlllon Dial gladness universal salvation was better fitted to become the dis tinctive and enduring symbol of re demption and express the mighty hopes of Jesus as he stood on the threshold of his passion than any of the sacrifices of the altar Jesus took bread the thin cake of unleavened bread and blessed It Invoked blessings consecrated with solemn prayers Take eat make it a part of yourselves This is my body symbolizes my body does for your bodies Just That my spiritual life does for your souls This 1my blood A type ot em blem of his blood his life which he laid down aa the atonement for sin Of the new testament which Ood was now confirming to men The new COY enant was that GOO would renew and save all who believed in Jesus It Is the now promise to men the new Gee pal dispensation In which God has used his perfect wisdom In seklng to save the world from sin Which U shed for many Multitudes not merely a few are to be saved by Christ For the remission of sins Including the forgiveness of sta and the de liverance from the power of sin gin la to be put away entirely The Supper la a kind of AU Saints day We become one not only with those around as but with those who have gone before to Join the heaven ly hostIt a feast of victory U was the sun triumphing over darkness The Lords upper Is a prophecy of Christs second coming of the perfect triumph of his kingdom for we are to celebrate It till he come It con tains a hope and a promise Our last view of Christ in the Qes pill is not of death but of an ever living Sariur who once was dead but now live for evermore It shows that we do not worship a dead Christ but a living Christ sitting on the right hand of God leading the host of ChrUtaodcaa It is the morning rntar that herald the new day It la anlaviteifeate all to come and bo saved n to tr church holding up taa basar at Tsjaaautloa that an tkworld laar 9M 1ft Ie irli JM I1Np Nah r= I ITS ALWAYS BADIThe lest of Backs A They gate and SV nvra People Knew It badUad comes Just aa bad in the morning Ever try Doans Kidney Pills for In bacluchccuroover peoIllodohead a tORe of It Simon Raines carpenter East Main saysSonic Deans Kid 1900IcomplaintJWhendoing painful prtwloualyIhers Drug Store and they gave em great relief Doan Kidney Pills have my highest endorsement For sale by all dealers Trice 50c Foster Mllburn Co Buralo New York solo agents for United States Remember the name Doans and take no other A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE I To be really valuable must show I equally good results front each mom her of the family using it Foleys Honey and Tar does just this Whether for children or grown per suns Koleys Honey and Tar is best and safest for a II coughs nnd colds Shugars and fanner- RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY COLORED TEACHERS INSTITUTE Whereas we trio teacehrs of Un coin county In Institute assombcld prhlIegcII tmiglu and ideas and worths it has been our very great pleasure and priv liege to have At our conductor in the person of Mrs L U Sneed a capable consecrated and conscientious teach cr therefore be it Revolved That we extend to Supt Singleton our thanks for having secured the services of Mrs Sneed and ex tend to her through him an open door for future work in this county Resolved That we commend the new school law but deeply deplore the fact that through Its operations the Negro boys and girls art deprived of the advantages of any sort of high school work We therefore call upon our representatives In the legisla tore In all fairness and sincerity and ask that at the next session of the legislature they endeavor to have the present law so amended as to placo the negro children residing In the territory of lthite Graded School districts under the operation of the new law nnd not allow them to re rmiln under tho obsolete and antiquated three trustee system where by tho decision of the Court of Appeals they have unfortunately been relegat ed Resolved That we tender our faith ful conductor a vote of thanks for the highly Interesting and Instructive manner In which this session of tlie Institute has been held That we tender Rev Jones of the white Hap Ust church Rev Wood of the Soc end UaptlEt church of Danville a voter thanks for their able and timely nddrosBCH to Dr J G Carpenter of this city we feel deeply grateful for the veiy valuable and timely talk upon the prevention of diseases and his learned and Interesting discourse upon the subject of tuberculosis Resolved That a vote of thanks bf tendered Miss Mary L Cook for the careful and accurate record kept of our proceedings that we tender our Jliauks to tho pincers one members of the Firat llaptist church for the use of their commodious building the sexton for his kindly attendance tr our comfort and convenience and to the citizens of Stanford for the Interest manifested In our meetings by their regular attendanceF PI- M li JARMAN W D TARDIF DR HOAGS Blood and Liver- Restorative A Liver Kedkk uJ Blood Pettier THE RELIABLE REMEDY for Rbeuutkv Pimples Bleed a4 Skis Duetse Steen htens the nerves makes new appetiteMorestrength to it than any other rem edy Dont wait buya bottle today PENNYSDRUG STORE DRESS WELL f f one 30 the 10 15 36 McRoberts G L Penny R II Coffey E R School Supplies SchoolIfj t Rulers Books the msatisfactorilyfit them out here t money d A BBBBBB J Cof and Embalm en Dealers Fur allure MtttingsRugs They will for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricee Right KENTUCKY Dealer In and and Cranlto Monu monts Markers and Port Cemetery and Law MoKlnneK CUT FOR SALE I I alUaU kinds bulb potted flower on short notice Alto make a specialty of for for funeral purposes allklndsot I Stanford ICy- C While it is not neces I sary to dress extrava gantly it is very to dress well And to be well dressed re quires a well tailored well styled and well fit ted garment feel we can Fit and Please the average mind body with of ourt hand tailored suits at 1750 to also in cheaper at 1250 and Also in a plain made and a Norfolk Corduroy suit at 750 and 1250 Sizes from to 50 H J m Coleman 1 IB- w itTablets Fit children out IS and vcQ1 PENNYS DRUG STORE j- yf Stanford Kentucky jPJR 8B BEE sL Beazley Undertakers Also in exchange Furniture STANFORD Harry Jacobs Manufacturer Marble FLOWERS wreath prossOfn1BTMAN OUflF8BD necessary We and grades W A TRIBBLEi Furniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28t Night Pfcrtrt 133pIIstftntartrr KamturHy n rshh1 I 4 CONCRETING I tst Pivemeeleandboa down to a tens post We can e you promptly and uarantee flrstp I work and material tall and get Oltt 1before you buy your material at n PHILLIPS BROStdIStanford Ky When HungryA i I 00 TO Orson Restaurant Lancaster street Meals served at allhouisuptollaorr Heel place In wn for n good quick moat Cooking to suit our CUl1omellour IpeclaU Splendid new line of tansy w Groceries Uot Coffee Sandwiches pleiCBnttef mlHc and tweet milk etc at all MMM WA CARSON Prap r- L I z V = oAiIi C FRIDAY NOVEMBER t 1910 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL PAU I71141r I r Winter Coats The unexpected drop In of Winter calls for a Top Coat We have a splendid showing of Plush Caracule Black Cloth Fancy I Manlsii mixtures etc 350 to 837GO I j V Misses Coats In Caracule Scotch mixtures and Kerseys 5 to 1650 Childrens Coats In Push Bear Skins Mixtures 8100 to 050 I SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky Special fountain pens for school use 7C cents f 1 and fl20 at Pennys Drug Store o Jor+ tPERSONAL el Mrs Klslo Eaton went u to Pine Title for a visit this week Tom Barry an expert gMolint rnj Kln0 man from Winchester WM hero on business this week Mrs 8 II Drown of Bryaotsvitlu was here this week with friends Mrs W II Wcarcn has ben confinI ed to her bed with grip for severa daysAttorney P M Mcllobert was In Richmond on legal business this weuK Mr K P Owslcy came Thursday I morning for n visit to his father Dr John U Owgloy Mrs John II Shanks orders her jflpcr chhnRod to Columbus OIL ai she baa joined her husband there 1Mr Salllo It Sauflcy will go to Wllmons tomorrow to spend severalI weeks with her daughter Mrs S M LoganMrs M B Pruitt and children of I Uurnildc are tho guest of Mr and Mrs B Chancellor One of tho most delightful social oeYcn 1 of the season was the recep ion given by Mrs George 0 Perry kt her homo on Main street Thurs day afternoon In honor of the fall I f brides of Stanford The pretty home was most attractively decorated with cut flowers and potted plants and lighted by electricity made a pretty setting for the bevy of beauties Mw Perry LUred In a costume of white lace received aga1st- ed by Mrs John Owsley Held Mrs Albert B Florence Mrs Adam Pence and Mm T W Pcnnlngton all of whom were becomingly gowned and e were given a most coidial welcome Into tilt Hit or charming young nn trout of whom Stanford gad Lincoln Ffniatr can now OIUt Miss Florence Heck is In Doxlmrp Miss for the winter Mrs Kit Chenault of RlrkBond at tended the funeral of Mrs ticorge P Bright Tuesday PMtabuigjoinedleo P Brighta this week Mils Edna Kavanaugh of Lancaster is the attractive guest of Miss Bcrta Jean Penny Col CJcorgo D Weathcrford has returned to Hustonvllle to maJcu hU home having closed out his store at Danville They always come back to dear old Lincoln sooner or later Walter War eld left this week for Phoenix Arizona where he ban a number of relatives 0811 VasBroYrcdWOacmf cnVw Madame Rumor Is whispering of several more weddings to take place hero bcfofu the loblns next again It Is said that a southern Kcntlemm Is soon to claim one of Lincolns fate est daughters for his awn and a prominent young farmer of the corn ty 10 rumored to havo won Mm heart of a handsome young widow In town A well known young man of the city Is also said to be In line for congratu lations upon his marriage to a very pretty and attractive young lady of Uio county which rumor says will take place early In tho new year Now RUMS who they arc Tho lint one sending In a correct answer gets a years subscription to the J J SHORT LOCAL NEWS FRESH GROCERIESAT NEWLANDS 1orSalelt1Red tin 8 M Helm Moreland Ky R It li To The Taxpayers of the County Dont think mo persistent but your tan are past duo and tho per cout Is to go on In a few slays The coon ty IH In no d of money so call at once and settle Save the penalty while r ou can bn waited on W L MCARTV Sheriff 071 5 DES y i k4ao Qooroooosc oo OQQ1 t J1lfr Everybody and in all If GQ G e ooo oe Q O GO O rl I t STYLERIT- t 4 tJ I Jthlnr 111 1 fl t Shoes That Keep Your f Feet Warm Dry I r f r J iW HIHhi It Wearerszf STANFORD KENTUCKY THIS rrbtfEli THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNERCWArTXblloTHES I a ti This is the chief requisite for making Perfect Bake DayFoods ROYAL Baking AbaohMIy lithe The only Baking Pow RoyalGrape Made horn Grapes lie ZMs PIrtNo AJwu J Mayor iJJ Florence appointed the I City Hoard of Supervisors to make sot jcmonr with city tax collector 11 DI barter anti qtinilze properly valua nuns for tno current year The board s composed of three of tho nown of the city J N Menefee Srl w A Carson and W II Brady Vor Sale FiVo room cottngo and ill necessary outbuildings well vnced Apply to Dud Holderman +tT FOF IIIUtllK house and two cres of land on Somerset strectjDIce ottagd on East Main tad 25 acres on East Main and a louse iBid five nct18 Ol land on Dan Illo aVtsnuo Apply to Harvey BelruI p At the opera house Buturday November 6th W P Mann presents that nlhtstcrial comedy drama The FIght- Ing Parson with Wlntorhaft as the parson a fight for right and honor Endorsed by press and pulpit ns thtf best pastorlal play over vmt len A strong production A suing cast teaching a strong moral leSftmn to all classes of theatre goers young and old Prica 25 35 tO Cents BETSY OOODHOME Betsy fs nn advanced exptftfenl of Comfort enconomy and good cheer Sho will endeavor to win a place In the hearts of eVcry tam In Lincoln County and to thls end she will tell cf her exiierfenco her Ideas of man and woman her theories nnd of the many Hdvahtngesdf trading with Cot Toy and Coleman tithe home of low prices square dealing good company and good Justoaneddi and ready for busi ness with a brand new fresh stock ot staple and fancy groceries Come to see us COFEY COLEMAN Stanford 1 Phone 196 JUST DROP IN And see our showing of Snappy Winter Coats and Suits Remem ber ourmotto Is High Quality and a square Deal Do us the 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 I QOQOQO 1EVERYTHING FRESH CAKE NEWLANDS 100 Reward 100 IrfthatraurrbturnDerrtloaat aimed IIrJ1l Ottarrb tUn Y take rwruur xOas tmlly upon the blood tad moeooI UIetouDflatmMOM Hundred Xtolltn lor tar taH tbat n talk usun Solid lor UM of tMttmoolaH OB7U lutr Family nu for cowUptUon S For Salel0 shares of Hustonvllle National Bank stock Apply at this office w aSStop stomach distress and all atom nth disturbance in live minutes by taking Mtona tablets Only CO cents n largo box guaranteed by Or L Pen ny to cure indigestion or monoy buck Dl1nvllJoIyour patronage My headquarters aro ut Wilkinsons barber shop R W Mllburu Sunday services at the Baptist Ichurch Sunday school 930 preach ing 1045 A M and 745 P Mr Sub ject of the morning sermon The Adornment of the Truth evening subject Jesus on Trial The Lords Supper will be observed at the close of tho morning serviceSq Her J B Jones will preach at tho union church at Rowland Sunday afternoon at 330 oclock Dickey Her J J will preach at tho Neal Creek church next Sunday at 3 oclock in the afternoon Prof Panlel tlio magician will invtent bib entrauinmcnt In he Art of Magic and Ventriloquism It Graded School auditorium night Nov 9 tor the benefit of tboI High School foot ball team Mr leI will otter a select of teresting novelties which will the ladies as well as the IlleasoItho old as well as the young forget tlI date Doors open show 8HIChristian church Rev W8 Willis will preach at the opera bouno at 1 Hustonville Sunday morning at 11 beloekrgun1ay school will he held at tho tame place at 84S U I There will be a feU supper given at l tno grndud school nail Saturday night the Cth the proceeds to go toward paying for fcome much needed furni lure for thu hall Tho Dixie Vaudeville Company has been giving some excellent perform ances this week but the crowds have Leon very light Stanford theatrego ers seem unwilling to patronize a good clever show when It Is offered them This company play at line tonvlllc Saturday night For Sale Twelve Of fifteen old benches that came blt of old court house will bo told Monday Novem ber 7th at li oclock sharp at publjo outcry James P Bailey County Judge Do vu want something good to cat Sunday You will find It at too ex change Saturday Nov 5 beginning at rae oclock Pies cakes candy chick en salads in fact everything good Como early and get the best Indigestion drive awny appetite and make you weak and sick Holllstcrs Rocky Mountain Urea restores the appetite drives away disease builds up the system JR cents Tea or Tablets Sbugars and Tanner Notice We havo a saw null for sale with 40 horse power bailer 30 hp engine a new saw mill for sale zfr cash bal anco In two four and six months with good totes Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky Tailored Suits It is not always the largest stock that has the most attractive gtt ments in it We believe that in our stock of one hundred suits ys will find more choice models and more attractive prices than yottfiW in many larger ones We have the new rough materials in the best selling shades t For this week weare offering some extra special values in ssSf worth 1750 to 20 at 15 ki I magnificent roosters William program oclock Constipation Mr Steele Burdctto Is the toss cab bage grower He raises em so heads come on both ends lie brought one to the IJ office which had a well developed bead on top of the stalk and another head almost as large at the foot of the roots a The Fighting Parson a striking story of human emotions will be the offering at the opera house for one night Saturday November 5th To break up cold head or chest In R few minutes pour a teaspoonful- of Hyomel Into a bowl ot boiling waiter cover the head and bowl with towel and breathe the vapor that arts Cs O L Penny guarantees It A separate bottle costs but 50 cents I 0 Mrs Sue Logan mother of Mrs H L Hubble passed away at their home on the Lancaster pike Thursday af ter a short tlllness of pneumonia She was a widow of the late John Logan and a member of one of the most prominent families of this section A more extended notice will be given in the next issue of the I J A play that should be ae nr Jfgf young and old is The Fighting RHP BOH which comes to the opera fnxww on Saturday November Cth FOR SALE PRIVATELY This 200 acre farm of virgin seeK + Is for sale privately In the ext J11t days Location b fillet froroJSfiiaftKnl and 5 tI3 form iinnwin ors Vtiff Stanford and Danville1 nlkV With Jt fGOOO brick dwelling wlthxood bwand other oat houses Jilt reap ecefhouse and a good nflsfifwrnowtJ Terms reasonable For flirther ae formation write J P Chandler aafrp ford Ky R F D No I Box 23 How Is this for a bargain iSfacres of land situated in a good Qi i andscbaoraENewtry and hall barn 10 IIlJaceff Ayers Hair Vigor IiIIAsk your doctor if there is anything injurious here Ask him also if there is not genuine merit here f Does MaJ t rLadies a 1 t Suitingsft IA Large Assortment of 4 Correct Shades t W W W t iIWE PERKINS ft CRAB ORCHARD KENT J l- LI etr e 1L B Hughes T W Humble W O M tiv I NBW SILKS 1 We have just received a for Iseveraldifferent shades to be used for waists and folds Price from 50 cts to 150 yard Mh HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes i L STANFORD KEN1 tKYJ n f- IdAOE 4 FOUR THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1JIO I II MEN WHO CARE BUYER M of Farm j3ianlord TODAY 1J1I ysters FOR PRODUCE Phone Will well line Fall and Winter Models in Suits and Overcoats They give Character and Prestige the wearer They carry the elegance and refinement in every line They cost no more than the ordinary New Fail Hats Hat course smatter bec- omingness The many show this Fall make it an easy matter meet any mans requirement as Style Shape Color and Price SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky1 IT EEEe Ee Ii I1 A FULL LINE OF SWEATERSr I AND rn Underwearirtusot u t 4 Wfii i k 1 L L SANDERS ICrabOrchard Kentucky Diamond Edge Food Cutters i11B1Northcott MB8Ibt55xaj- Qee lb1c IrNotice that we say Food Cutter not food macer ators nor choppers but Cutters The Edge Food Cutter cuts the food clean a i scissors cuts paper ffhe Diamond Edge Food Cutter is so carefully adjusted that toughest tendons in meat clean A Diamond Edge Food Cutter turns with probably half the exertion required in other kinds as result of this clean cutting ti principle It cuts meat into sausage shreds cocoanut cuts slaw also has pulverizer attachment making- S put butter grinding pepper coffee The fastest cutter jjnadc Let us show you SALE BY GEORGE FARRIS STANFORD KY f KY OF k K WEG to 23 r tl 110 to is r per i OR IN 153 can do to see our new of to of 1 he of of we to to 6 I i to as as of the are cut a f a for etc FOR H p you If you anything to sell in the STOCK J III tTaket 1 I Nunnelleys Stock Yards He sel e in the SundayNring on the of jjaad ouUide of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD We also do general and feed business I LANCASTER Kinds Produce BranchT Mor PAYING FOR Ic f20- Frere Tpreys 1211cI AND SALT SALE EXCHANGE FOR fjtt please stamp Diamond actually pair have New buyeand every day except your stock State with plenty wntrrbfrt wvertd peas I KY hitch Tuaor ARE year I G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today forf Eggs4r j 6e liensa its Sc Fryers 1t1 i r tUrRoasters i 71 5to 5 2o 130jHides 6 12 to 7c Feathers to iv 15 to 43c Meal FloyrrrShip Stuff and hlckI en Feed for sale or In exchange for Produce Phone 20 THE FARMERS 50 meat hogs for sale weighing from 150 to i75 pounds W B Land A beautiful pony cart and harness for sale Henry Hankla Junction City Ky- LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 100 acres in flno shape crop goes with Better come quick J M Roy nolds Waynesburg Secretary George Huberts of tho Kentucky Corn Growers Association has official announced that the first mutual corn show to bo held by the association will bo held In the main building of tho College of Agriculture at the State University at Lexington January 3 4 5 nnd 6 1911 Each ux hi bit will consist of ten ears and tho live best samples m the various claus es will bo eligible for exhibit at the National Corn Show The premium list will sonn be announced Harvey Chennult or Madison pur chased from Monte For ol Danville lOG head of cattle that averaged 1050 pounds paying 3550 for them II a will feed them this winter for the ex port market v For Sale Splendid fatally horso anybody can drive him perfectly ge tie nnd sound Apply to Ualley 11111 J Parksville Mrs Annie Parks of Lebanon visit ed relatives hero Saturday J J Cosatt and Mr Parks raado business trip to llorrodaburg Thurs day U C Rose and G A Carter wont thigh e Bridge Sunday to see how worl was getting along on the now bridge Miss Etta Webster lelt for Somerset Thursday where she will visit rein tives and friends Mrs Thomas Atkinson and twi daughter Frances nod Marguerite ot Mlddlesloro stopped over with Mr J J Cozntt en route home from St LouisMiss Linda liaison of Llttol Rook who has been a guest of Mrs H M Marsh had returned home C A Blanford late of this plac has accepted the office of telegrap- operator and agent nt Woodbine Ky Messrs T K Cleland L C Uos and W B Overstreet ere up afte suffering from some rifimehU Mrs J W lirashearhna returns to her home at Mlddleburg after n visit to Mrs J U Caldwell W S Rose telegraph operator on the L N H H has been transfer red from Lebanon Junction to t- KyMr Eugene Lyn wife and molhe of Lebanon were rlcent guest o Mrs L C Rose They were on the way to a now home at Salt Lick Ky Some youth going home from church lust week fired his 22 twice as he was leaving town Any young man who to far forgetA himself as to take a gun to church should same around behind the church stir Its nozzle In the side of a hilt and leave It- Madam rumor bas It that a young business man of this place on are cent visit to Louisville became ena mored of n young lady now living in Louisville but who formerly resid ed near the North Rolling Fork So fully In love did the couple become that a top to Jef crsonvllle soon mmlo made the two one We have done our utmost to prove the truth of tat rumor but failing to do so aim ply give this Item as we heard It A REGULAR TOM BOY was Susieclimbing trees and fences jumping ditches whittling always get Ling scratches cuts sprains bruise bumps burns or scalds Dut laws Her rather Just nppiipn iiuckien Aruba Salve and cures her quick Heals everything healable Bolls UI cers Kcjieraa Old sores Corns or Piles Try It 25 cents at Pennys Drug- Store PUBLIC SALE Having rented my farm I wIII on November 15th 1910 at my farm four miles from Stanford on the Hustonvllte pike sell to thn highest and peat bidder all of my stock farming Implements crops several head of cows 2 yearling Uers 5 head of butcher heifers 1 raw of work mules four and six year a- old 1 pair fouryear old mare mules 3 mulecolts 2 brood mares 1 work martl extra yearling Carroll Preston colt 1 calf 11 head ot meat bogs 1f1 shoats 175 shocks of corn and odder horsepower cutting box and all farming Implements needed on a tint class fatul- lol1lichohl and kitchen furniture rr nil kldns and other things too numerous to mention Sale begins promptly at 10 oclock Absolute sale as t am going toI Oklahoma Terms made known on day of sale A D ROOT Col J P Chapdler Auct Public Sale Having sold my farm to move to Somerset 1 will sell publicly on the Preachersvllle plko 2 lS miles iron Stanford on- Saturday November 5th Commencing at ten oclock the fol lowing property 5 head of horses 1 jack 2 jennets milk cows lot of corn millet sorghun till kinds of farming tools 1 two horse wagon 1 onehorse wagon buggy and bar ness lot of chickens good cook stove household and kitchen furniture and many other things too numerous to mention TINSLEY SPOONAMORE Col J P Chandler Au- cLPUBLIC SALE Having decided to movo elsowero 1 will offer on- Wednesday November 9th 1910 My farm of 60 acres on Oanvlllo plko G miles west of Stanford 5 miles east landnwith good Improvements At the sane time I will dispose of 1C acres nf corn in the shock two and one bait acres of tobacco In excellent condition 1 good carriage horse 7 years old works hriywhorc one mart 10 years old good term and driving animal I fine S your old gelding well broke 1 pity extra good 1 Jersey cow with fine 1low of milk 1 i9 rnngs good as new plnno almost new Also iny entire household nnd kitchen fur nlture Terms made known on day of sale MRS A S GILMORE Stanford Ky R F D No2 PUBLIC SALE Having decided to go wott I will sell at public auction on Thursday November 10th at 1 P Rogers place near Cedar Creek on Stanford and Crab Orchard pike r pith rodre mules 1 pair horse mules t year olda each 3 brood mares Jerseyhcows t ycar bred in May 9 fat hogs also lot of foodrchickens and geese and some hbilba hold gouda Also nice lot of corn and hay KENNADA ROGERS J P Chandler Auct FARM FOR 8ALEI 80 acres lying 1 12 miles west of Highland a good cottage and out fencedfof water Reason for selling out not able to work on farm Price reasonable JAS A KINO 604 Stanford Ky R F D No3 Box 155 ForSaJeA well Improved farm of 20 acres near Mt Salem house hold and kitchen furniture stock and MLkr r rrr rrrr r B POSTED Ir rrrr rrrr rThe hunting season Is upon us and I nearly everyone wants to post hit place rho charge Ig 25 cents cash with name R D Denbam T A Rico- J W Hughes M J Hoffman M F Lawnnee J H Acton- J S Harris J W Baughman S H Baugbman J H Uaughman Frank Cordler Will Cordler Christ Jacob M B Lytle Dr J G Carpenter Mrs Wattle White Sale of Hustonville Property Having other property In Huston villo I will oa- Saturday Nov 5th 1810 sell the following described real estate Ono twostory frame house with 18 rooms arranged no that two families can live In It two back yards one extra nice vacant building lot one extra largo twostory barn a good livery barn 2 large sheds 2 lasting wells one back lot This property Is well fenced and In good repair has all outbuildings necea StY and Is situated on Main and Col lego streets ono square from very fine Kttidod school one square from the Christian church ono square from Baptist church end two squares from Presbyterian church arid Is In a splendid neighborhood 1 will also sell ono Curtis 8 Ifel glass front carriage as good as new two good high wheel sulkies two phaetons one two borso driving cnrt ono Hancock disc plow and BOO or GOO bolos of No 1 hayySale begins promptly at two oclock Terms made known on day of sale For other particulars address by phone or otherwise D S CARPENTER Huetonvllle Ky ICB CARTERN- ew Llverv Depot Stroot Phone 00 STANFORD KENTUCKY r NOTICE Not getting a sat isfactory price for my property I will continue business at the oldstand G B PRUIT T Moreland Ky FRUIT AND SHADE TREES Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for Free Catalogue No Agent- H F HILLENMEYER A SONS Lexington Kentucky WHAT A REAL TREAT to be able to go Into a perfectly np liolnted lath room and enjoy a good wash The handsome basin tub etc double tho pleasure of cleaning up or cooling oft If you have not cuch a bathroom let us tell you how much you can have one for We can put one In for much less than you can ImagineW K WARNER Phone 181 Stanford Ky For Sale A handsome pile r bor ses splendidly matched suitable for carriage or harness team J 1t Lea yell Bryantsvllle Ky PUBLIC SALE On account of declining health I have decided to rent out my farm lying on the Stanford and Preachersvllle turnpike ti milts from Stanford and 2 miles from Prenchersvllle for the year 1911 sell off my personal property and go to Arizona I will therefore on Thursday the 17th day ot November 1910 on lire above premises offer at public auction the follow Ing property to wit HORSE STOCK 12 head of horses and mules among them one 5 yenm old Chester Dare mare well broke safe for women to drive and good saddler INn both gelding three years old broke to ride and drive nnd very gentle two 2yearold Lincoln Squirrel fillies broke to saddle and harness 1 yearling Lincoln Squirrel filly All the above out of good mares 1 good wagon and farm horse i good buggy mare safe for children to drive to school 1 pair three year old mules well broke and good workers one weanling mule MILK COWS 4 good milk cows all freah 1 yearling heifer 4 calves f 0 hogs consisting of 13 fattening hogs bm l sows Bhoats etc 2 buggies 1 buckboard 1 FrHler cart 1 spring wagon 1 two hoewagon 3 sets of buggy harness 1 Buena Vista saddle 1 ladys saddle wagon harness plow gear etc FARM IMPLEMENTS Binder mower Hoosier coru planter disc barrow section harrow plows 2 road scrapers 2 cane mills 1 evaporator one wheat fan now torn shelter corn crusher 100 barrels oj corn a lit of good sorghums for feed and about 7C bushels r caneseed Household and kitchen furniture consisting of such things that arc usually found In a country home POULTRY 100 bred hens and roosters Plymouth Rock Black Lang shansn Buff Orphlngtons and Laced yVyandottes also about 100 mixed hensTERMS OF SALE All sums of J10 cash In hand all sums over that amount a credit nf will be given notes to beroads negotiable and payable In the First National Bank of Stanford bearIng six per cent interest from dny of sale until paid A lunch of hot cotfeo and light bread will be serred to all who at tend Col J P Chandler Auctioneer W P WHIT- Er t wibb t2 i- r STIRRING TIMES lineIIWe carry a full line ot lime plaster cement and everything else needed purchasedd ty and the best for Intended purposes Vo will save you trouble and uanecM sari expense by sending to us for amt estimate J A ALLEN Stanford Ky HARNESS ON A HORSEI ihould bo made BO AS to give him perfect comfort Wo carry everything required in harness and horse goods but only the best and most rollablu tines If you need harness for K tarn wagon or for a racing sulky you will get the best of IU kind at J C McCLARY Stanford Ky y Fall And Winter Suitings My now fall and winter samples are now ready for your inspection Theyj comprise the bct on the market I can suit any ono as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable hardsthem made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready saada whm quality and nt U aesWeeave Ow In and let SB seae raw MMMTO- U Co Btfl uo Practical Tailor J Ce McClary II Undertaker arv Embamer STANFORD KY Office Phone 167 Home Phone 35 SHOW YOR WIFE 1 a fire Insurance policy If you want toImo her mind Bho naturally wor rica about the possibility of her house being destroyed by fIre Let us write I you a policy In a good company day Then whatever happens you areIprotected against the loss by fire THo vtfry freedom irbm worry 1s worth more than the cos of the policy W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13Icts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 t r J H Baughman Co N