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BREAKING RECORDS SCHOOL SPLENDID ATTENDANCE THIS HONOR ROLL TOR OCTOBER IS ANNOUNCED HupL J U Ireland has made nut the Honor Roll or tin- - Stanford city school fur lie month ol October lie lm hlgb wotds ol praise lor thu or attendant c, for It Iihh lieen belter In nil ileiarinient than It him i'or been before, showing tout tin IHiplU nri taking mi Interewt In their fg TO 8UD8CRIDERS Tho I contain work. tan lord may well boast of mhool rnrllltle The Honor Roll Is a rollout). Fritubry Viola Klmnrc Willie Adelaide Proctor, Lellu C Rtiney. elrade' I.OIadyii Arnold, Calli'Tliie llrndy, lleinry lluiighninii. Jophlne Lvnii, (ScwmjIi, Hubert IIhIoj. Margie (.ny Smith. Herman With 1tt Cone Smith, Kthel Orhdo It Rreedlovo, George F Farm, lid Parmer, Jew Grimes, Morgan Buuglimnn. Urde III Klolao llewulny. Kninri Cotmlnt'y, Janle Hooker. Sophie rif'in H her splendid -- .Mur-jih- ders. Orudo IV Tllden Cooler. Luchel Bailey-Dawe- llie R. Kinli. John Hold McKlnney. Virgil Moore, llmlli Sereratice (Srade V lllrhurd Arnold, I lobar Arnold, Lottie Rrlgnt, Anna V. Cinig. Sylvia lon Davis, France Kmliry, Bonnie Foster. l"nrtufr. lliiRh Uf (inod, Kuthryn lliir;. Ail Moblay. Aiiim II. To oil. Smith Rankin. Belle Ilrtt-ell-. L. Alice Tammc Sam Hill, t hurley Pen Nellie I Mil iltatrm. Matsy Grimes, disturbing Itlh'Vj Powell. Jean I'axtnn. Mary Jar-v- jnd iiii lespectlvely. .for Hart-welrullgloas erv!cM at Orovo llnptlst Grace Hurst. Ado4l Russell. They took advantage of a Slunk. Ella Rlgney. Bmll) Mur- ihurcli court room nnd slipped out McKln- i row did phy, isubvl Reynold. Leltle HocKer. not being iiotleed. ney, Cllnlnn Coleman. ! It Is reported that they took the Joe tttnbry. Martha Raney. ror Arnold. Mary tram Thursday m Waynesburg VII -- Maude (lrdo Klla El- - p.tltJ UtlkUOVtll. Anderson. Preott Brown. (a. 11 tl.tl'knna uni4 --I.f 3 .HUM UUI " Trtb tlionberBcr. Kate Harding, iVj tirade M - n Immiia it tt m mil CLECTS SPLENDID SET OF NEW NERVY GANG RELIEVED TO HAVE Wednesday morning, so as to H BEEN AT WORK THIS WEEK OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR return nil S Wntrh for the eieition toll lust It will It (Danville Advocate) gj Rrodhead, Nov. . I how It nil happened The RotkcasUo oiinly fair assocla This section was viatted by ooM l.on elected the following otrirers ror burla last night Their operations Urn eusultiK eur: U. C. Owens, iires.,i,xtonded in Puluskl .. ... . .. .. ... t rounty Irom Kubank In Danville Raised A Check ur. vv r. urnvoiy, vice i'res; Kdgar to Realty avenue S AlbrlKld. Secy: A B. Albright. It. lames Leo at Kubank was entered and RUSSELL COUNTY YOUNG MAN IN H Iiiiiii, hiiiI John Robins Hoard or Karlv in the night lh. residence it DAD LIVE CASEY NEWS director. robbed o( Lloo Mr. Lee did not mlM John KHiib who tuts be'ti trateiiiiK tho coin until he arose thla murnlnq Allddlebtirg, Nov. 3rd ror a Mtetit nudlclne Iirm, in i :nn., and observed that IiIh rosldence lmcl M'lKlnlmte' court nero last days. Ilrnclc leen broken into. brought cit.lt,. a crowd to town Is at home tor a tew Durham who has been telegraphing nt The next heard of the burglars was N eaver of l,ondon, and MIhs Klmer New Hope ror a couple or weeks Is at nt Morelnnd, whero the postolt'co wns Mtmtlu Ci.iM'iis, the handsome, daughHenry Thbrpe and dnughter entered and robbed of t'JU and .i lot ter or .Mr, .Ittrry Cravens pf the l)os home Mipm Hlixitbulli returned home Tues or stntiirn. An attempt was made to I reek itelioii, wero married on thu from Louisville where they had enter the store or George Hunn at I'lio writer olltcUted and It day rtltli been visiting rot a few days Cushlcr, Shelby City. Failing In this, tho burvvitlitHit sayit.g tnat the Job wan A M Hiutt, tins moved Into the pro- - glars proceeded to tfco home of Mr done up in tlttj mnt appioved Ktyle lerty lat ly vacated by Ranker Hut- - Alex Surber. Mr. and Mrs. Surlier J W N'olleii, u youth of Russnll Ton, Kvans, of Lebanon never realized Until this morning that cheMMi t(Hint), raised tho amount or a chock Miss their resident e had been burglaneil Junction whs bore Sunday. fclti-hliii b) MoDowell, Poglo and Ann Tate or Mt Vernon, visited tela-liv- although thu bold thieves entered P. Keono and got preKetitHil It to I ere rirn of we"k. their bed loom nnd stole .Mr. Surber' young man Hit iiMJiity on It. Tho A little child or Jomcw llrodloy. or tult or clothes. A report reached mny Im tauglit a lefexon from It that tho Sayerb vicinity Is very low with town thU morning that the burglarn will be lasting. wero shot at In the vicinity or JuncIt 'was our p isure Sunday to dypthorln Miss Irtuo Lyons who Is in school tion City The burglars came on to hwtr Rev. W. s Taylor, or iiurgin. at Junction City was here with her Danville and It Is thought that they who is holding a meeting for Rov. J. boarded a train here. t nrenU over Sunday. L Adkliih. at Mbetty llnptlst cliurrh. We underhland a protracted meetThe posto'Nce at Moroland is In T. Rev. Taylor Ik quite an able nnd force begin soon with the Mnrets-bur- A KilV.'a store and entrance was saining Is to ful preacher, bealdet. seems to be Christian churcn. Klders tlreen ed throi'iBli a window-TherIlls sermon null an eoinokt man s were either two bands or Klsh and Winkler will do (he preach Sunday wh the 1m1 we Imve listen or those who were operating, . ing. lutotno-Llleed lo lot jeiirs, nnd his audience Hon I'ontnlne Kox Hobbllt. or lode motorcycles and In nn semd to npprecmte It greatly. bloodhounds were put ou loir's Crab Ormard wlio tc rlghlly btyled John linnlllun and Frank t'aln wuh the trail at the Moreland pobtofilce or the Mountains, on 111 the "Cleero tailed lioiil the officers here Heatty avenue. Danville, here an legal bnslnew. on Monday and "hud trailed to JUlh. adter thy bad been fined JU vhere. It Is thought, thu burglars Tuosday . y Intrrlor Journal Tues- I tintl - Brodhead Fair Burglars Busy Moreland Honor Roll Bad Blaze At London OTHER LATE NEWS FROM WEST CAPITAL OF LAUREL SUFFERS END OF THE COUNTY SEVERELY FROM FIRE ih g bur-Slai- Martha the .it-b- 5- - ear-ol- d daughter of boarJed a freight train. The Honor Roll of the .Moreland t.ubllc school ror the month ending October Sfcth Is ns follows: tirade VIII Minello Prultt Dl. Ada D. Pmlll 19, Myrtle ilorgnn M, o'.ln Clnrkson SC, Alary Coldlron !), Llleii Hughes 84, James Hanson K. Crade VI Cleora Coldtton 8S, Lulu itoutt, 87, Clevu Routt SO, Sadie Milts 86, Willie Snutherlatid Margaret Routt 85, Ren II. Prultt &:i, Illrdlo Bfilter 80. (nule IV Josie Cotnpton y.'i, Hnxel Singleton 90, Frhiik Feistrltzer 90, Annie Harmon 88, Joe Drlcsler 88, Mnck ClarKson 87, Keith Hills 84, Sa die Coulter S2. !I0, Oraue III Charlie- Slnpletoti Wllllp Minks 8B, Agnes (Sooch SI, Willie Lee Prultt 80 (Jtadu II Irene Morgan MR, Crnce 31, Sarah Messcr 81, Thelinr. Kill Owens SO Orade 1 Willie Reld D6, Christine Coffey 89, Mamie Dlshon 80. Tho finrbiiment to date Is, mnle 50, (envvlc-iIaverage attendance, male i", female 40; total ". On Friday Nov 11th, there will bo held at the school house at Moreland a Mothers' Day, to which all tbe mothers nnd fathers of tLe pupils are Invited to come, bring their lunches and rpend all day on the school groundand In the school bouse. The school Ik trying to secure nn organ lor Its use and wants to buy come Mora looks for its library. B. L. (Jrubbs, principal, Miss Fannie Spears, assist- The main business portion of l.on-doLaurel county, was gutted by a fire, wMcn broke out In the rear of the store of Mrs. Sallie Wansku Tues. dny night Tho loss Is estimated at l 00,000, nnd the origin of tho lire is unknown The Catching Hotel, one of the best known hostelries In the mountains, was burned, but tho guests all got out unfcl). Resides the hotel among i, - thp property destroyed weri the First National Rank, Pearl's millinery store. Latching barber . shop, Jody'a dry goon store, .MnnlwUtan lcstaurant, Lonaon pharmacy, Howard's grocery. Woodward's grocery, the po3to(llcc. and a number of lawyer' and doctors' offices. I Ready for Election ARE BEING SENT OUT TO OFFICERS BALLOTS S, Kvirytblng Is In readiness in Lin roln tor the election Tuesday. County Clerk Ceroper Is sending out hhe ballot books printed by the I J. Good men will be In charge cf the polls and a tree- - election nnd a lair count is nmured. The list of election officers who will serve, is as tollows' Jesse Wenren, Sheriff, Phil Nunael-ley- , Judge, A. C. Carman, Judge, Hart Luce Judge. Stanford No. 2. Docker, Sherirr, Ren Bryan, Judge, Frank Smith Judge, John Kills. Clerk. Stanford Nc. 3. .1 II Knglemnn Sherirr. W. M Fields, Judge, II. C. Anderson, Judge, J W Willlnms, Clerk. Stanford No. 4. Sam I. Bell Sherirf. H. J. Darst Judge, Lllburn Uoocb Judge, Geo. Carpenter Clerk. Crab Orchard No. 1 1). J. Rlgsby Sherirr, P. E. Parrlsh. fudge, W H. Cummins Judge, L. L. Sanders, Clerk. Crab Orchard No. 2 Sam Chandler Sherirr, Geo. Holmes Ir, Judge, Slmpn Petroy, Judge John Kdmlston Clerk. R. C Stanford No. 1 ant. Mr. Ed Needham has lately purchased a line piano for his dnughter, MIhx l, Ju, 1 V Urde VIII Mary Shepherd Cook. r'ocle and Hie writer went to Liberty Snllte MRU CrulK. Anne l)ai Hunoay to hear Rev. W S Taylor at Mnry .Moore Raney. Mnm Uie !Aitlt church. Miss Nora Cofley , SlnKleton or P'lll as here to hte her rather J. nreahman lUrry r.nrtrr, Rotmrt Carter, Kitlo Itatishman, Josephine K Coffey. J. C, Kogle has the loundaMon lor Carpenter. Marlon Crimen. William hi cottage on Liberty street down .Orlmei. and has contracted with Topsrott & Harry Rclnharu . aotomoreIt Co.. to do the carpenters work Hopper Senior Joueph about , lit be ready for occupancy Mr. Fogle will then move Deo I Be The Next? Who'll Here and 111, son McDowell win oc cupy hi residence on the tarm. Mr V lu Jones our telephone opera ANOTHER YOUNG COUPLE SURtor tells u. that be I. permitted to PRISE THEIR FRIENDS conver !.... .. ovm.m -- .. llblll W cnmi niiit imuilnt over the wires. Frank I or ElnpemenU neem to be all the race a Jolly dlspoiltlou and enjoy a thing In Lincoln and the ndiynliiK country ot that kind. Juit at present, and o meny have tak-eTh iniktee of the graded school plnro l&tci Dipt the !irat quention lure have decided to call an election aHked In th nji'inbiiia in "Well, who on ih fiuestion of issuing bonds for nut marrl"i la"t 11't tho purpose of paying for Uie school "he latct mplo to . .entirr to property The proposition laneu the little coil of lovti were Adam vh-- n it un mibmltted two years ago I'vnce and Mlaa Klliabeth HauRhman, opposlon but the Uustees think the who clipped nay to thn residence o( thul 'nc Uat subsided sulficlently Rev. J. J. dickey Tuesday nlcht whero question would cany now. the word were said which united t night was Ualioween ami . things a thera heart and hand ,oy woic out doing roollbh aon or K. T I'enco Mr. Tencu In usual. aud is one or the beat known younn The children ol the Ihiptlst bunuay county and tUed by rarmera In Uie h:tv. n't about to get up a Baptist everyone Hia bride is thu fourth box or provision ror the nice daughter or, Mr. and Mra. M S. at louiv...e ,ur Orphans Home Daughnian. and Is very attractive and Tbi l a step In tho news of r.i1..ivinz Roth bad kept the popular. right direction and the children Suuday Hwlr Ir.Untlons very quiet and It ..... i.i i, snrouraited. A oainc an a aurpr's" to everyone. They school thut doe no more than what go u,n will uiak, Uielr home for the present went on Sunday morning ana at Mr. Tenco's rarm on the cut-of- t plko the lesson Is not an Ideal one by any to Crab Orchard. means. " -- anT 2lt1?ndtlieuritiayschobr J, U union at Valley Oak Sunday - or the Negro Creek secDavid PARTY A HALLOWE'EN tion after a few dayH of Intense sujf feting of scarlet fever died nnd was One of the prettiest social eventt of ion church i..iri.Mi Smutnv in the the season wns the Hnllove'cn 'tarty yurd Rev. Pike pi cached the funeral given oy the Misses Rack at their sermon. home on the Bnidlordsulle - benutlful Pat Hunt formerly ol the Mnrets- nlkc near Huslonvllle. The hospitabb - lived I burg neighborhood but home waa beautlfully decorated with lu New Albany. Ind, lor three years caud,eg nnd ftutuma ., he place of to pas has birth and will likely localeM(;;elopen the lhe J0UnKsters seeking hn tlint Ins wile loween- - fun. t.le Mulilns ib lu very poor health. interesting games were play- M putting on airs Our little town is il( an,exceUcnl muslc wa, enjovrd by or rtther on a blight boom. .New side u when tf (,ne arri,.d f0r us to ... w nn.1 walKK DOlh mucnw .n.l Driiii "' take pur departure, the 40 guests JoinA new street Is being ed In assuring being Inlu the hostesses how srailed alongside or the railroad Irom much thev had enjoyed the evculn?. H.n.i m ton or bill near railroad; Everyone telt that It was good to have bridge. Mr. n. H. Ham the merchant been there One Who Was Present ."- u.nd J Hal-tol- d .... " Sabrlna. Tbe small culvert on the Danville ind Hustonville pike between the old toll gate house aud the lion bridge over Knob Ijck creek, has been sunken in on one side for a month and hoi now n large hole In It, making It dauge-rou- s to horses and vehicles. ot Uoonevlll. Waynesburg No. 1 Dr. Wni. Needham, W F. Camden Sherirr, W. D. Haya slopped over a few days with his ,',,U1R.P.' JA.R- - Wllllam3 Judge. Baker brother, Mr. Ed Needham, while.- - on Hubble Clerk. at Waynesbura No. 2 his way to the medical college Kdward Murphy Sherirt, W. C. Al- Louisville ford Judge. V. D. Mr. William Kelley, the expert J. L. Johnson Clerk. Johnson Judge, blacksmith of Shelby City, has taken Waynesburg No. 3 K. (5. Baiigh Sherirr. Hen Baugh charce of the Clint Helm shop at Judge, T. M Butt Judge, O. O. Junction City. Mr. Ccn Kelley has moved to Faul jpeaKS i;ierK. ..in., u nutttna considerable improvement on his dwelling which adds greatly to lis look. A. K. Albright has Just completed some nice wire reusing around borne of Us property. The dimension mill Is tunning steady l,u,e iinrh Miller republican canaidaio for Congress poke here Ian Tuesday I l. nlft-b- 1 Goat Ranch TO OE ESTABLISHED AT OTTEN HEIM OY FATHER LEO MexMb. Joseph Henaen und Charles Tiub, Jr., or Oltenhelm. were in the eitv Tuesday nnd paid a pleasant call to Uie 1. J. otilce. They report that tuuncss is flourishing In their little burg. The latest busluess enterprise I a goat farm wlflca Rev. Father Leo plans to develop, having recently n bought a nice nerd of goals ..i.i foundation. EFFECTIVE This Indicates the nctlon of Kidney Pills a S. Parsons, Rattle "1 have Creek. Mich.. Illustrates . .f,n,..i U.IM. n .vere c&so of kidney and bladder trouble ror which I lound u rellel uniu i ubcu ru.v y Kidney Pills. These cured me entire-lot all my allmenU. I wn troubled shooting wltb backtvebe and cvore pain with annoying urluary le&u BOTH SPEEDY AND MllleraburR suffered a $200,000 lire" Mr. C'hurlos Lyons Is In PinevUle, Tuesday night, a spark from a pass- where Mr. Lyons has a saw mill. ing frelgnt train starting the blae. held a spelling The Maccabees Most ot the damage was done to busimatch in thejlr hall, Thursday night. ness houses though several residence Mr. Rllev King and Mr. Sam Cosby werevbadly damaged. have recently put not shingle roots on their houses, and Capt Ren DEATH OF MRS. JACOBS has put tin shingles on his. pop- Thu many friends here of Uie week u'ar couple were grieved this Grays-vtllLION FONDLES A CHILD to leaxn or the deatn at tho savage lion fondled In Pittsburg lenn.. sanitarium ot Mrs. Harry tho band that aa child thrust Into his Rayles Jacobs, wire or Mr. Harry cage. Danger to a child Is something She had been ill gretit when least regarded. Often it of McKlnney through tolds, croup and for several weeks with typhlod fever. conies They slay thouJntobs was 39 years of aso and whooping cough. ir , I...I i.v iir husband and one sands that Dr. King's New Discovery - BlH,i-IS "f could have saved. "A few doses curnil.!, a daughter. The remains were ed our baby of a very bad case of . brought here for interment in oeau-tll- croup," writes Mrs. George H. Davis, Flat Rock. N C. "We always give It Uulfalo cemetery. to him when he takes cold. Its n wonderful medicine for babies." Bej,t for Coughs. ColdH, L Grippe, Asthma, Gilberts Creek. Hemorrhages, weak lungs. 50 cents i I. Thinl bottli. free. Guaranteed hy Penny's Drug Store. DanMibs Polly Traylor visited In Mc-wrae, - coner's Station to take charge blacksmith shot there. of a Hustonville No. 1 las P. Goode Sheriff. R. H. CrowJudge, Cale Brown Judge, W. It. Wil liams Clerk. 4 Hmtonvllle No. 2 Walter McKlnney Sherirr. John Rurton Judge, John J. Allen Judge, Fred Carson Clerk. H. P. Davis Sherifr, A. C. Hill Judge, Lee Manning Judge, John Car ter Clerk. Hustonville No. 3 .J. II. Floyd Sheriff, L. B. Owen Hustonville No. 3 Judge, John Elliott Judge, Joe Clerk. Wit-Ha- Ottenheb Ready tor the 8th. Hon. Harvey Helm Is ourfe. Mr. John Popcnhagen baa our con- ville Suuday. Mr. Hutchison con'cini''ates going to Aritona. Mr. J. "ri. Ruck has returned liomo utter spending a few day in TennesMr (leotge Redman Is spending a row days with his sister Mrs Bruce Mr. Sam Anderson has been assigned to tbe W. II. Traylor plant for Ibta month. Mr. Elmer Connett. who is working for Paxton Bros., Company, had bis hand cut by a plece of glass. Mr. Henry Traylor U getting along nicely. Mr. Wesley Johnson, of Stantord, passed through here ou 11:03 train. 1 Jlrs. Nevlua of Stanford Is Tlsltlng ter daughter Mrs. J. E. Buck. Willie Gordou Traylor made Ml I CLOSING OUT SALE1 As I gratulations as a ilnt class photographer. Mra. Ida Gearus lejt Tuesday tor London to visit her home folks. Mr. Joseph Abt raised a fine crop ot broom corn this season. Mr. John Wentsel waa trying to beat a!, hut Today Mr. Richard Wtntjes was out bunting. Three rabbits shot or bought, robobly the latter Mr. Alex Arnold has finished making bis genuine Shwyx cheese (and it 1 r only Irtwels cause frlghttul despondency. Rut Dr. King a Now Uf Hlls oxpelo poiaons rrom tho aystem; bring hope and courage: cure all liver, stomach and kidney troubles; Impart health and vigor to weak, nervous and nliing. -i 2.renta at Tenny'a Drug Htoie. NOTICE my I take thla means or notifying custpmera that the Vac Tilcnds and ..., iMxnninf Wacon will not be in Stanford IhU fall. Will aak you not to forget me in the early spring, of which notice will be glxeu through thla paper; an) order given to ur T, W. Pennington will bo greatly ap predated by Youra truly, E. L. OODEN, Mgr Vacuum Cleanlns Wagau A MAN WANTS TO DIE when n lasy llvur and alugglah Skin And Scalp Troubles Daugherty. Vieid to Zemo. a CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL USE Penuy's Drug Store la so contldent ...... .mi 7.RMO oan used to-In- will rid the skin or calp of gether . grown person oi piunr. lant or dandrufl, ecxema, prickly beat, heads, or anv tashe. hives. Ivy poison eruption, other that form or kin or scalpmoney back U they will give your you arc not entirely satisfied with the reeultrt obttlnert. front the use ot and the soap. glv The tlrst application will prompt relief and how nn Improve ment and In every Instance wnero used persistently, will destroy the germ life, leaving the skin in n clean Sold and gunrnp nenlthy condition ...i ti'v irimirlsts everywhere and m Rtanrord by Penny's Drug Storf Let us sho-- vou proor of somo remarKauiB cures made bv 7.KMO and Rlv, you a booklet how to preserve the skin Penny's Drujt Store. iun The steady use ot roley all Kidney Pill rid me entirely ot my my torroer troubles. They have Shugars blgheat recommendaUon. and Tanner. larltle. WOODS ON CRAB ORCHARD CUrence Woods Is back a month' stay at Crab again from He say he can hardly remain away fio mU,e place, o pleasant Is es'.l-mabl- Zk.-M- says Mr eltlei Paul Milwaukee, Wis, Foley's Honey and Tar is still more, He write us. A than the best Is atlll thoa that bought It think It it bad cold mow than the best. Ourbaby ta him In one and It cured Plomei accept thanks. e day. everything and such a hne hut uid e hostess are Capt. Willis and hi opinion that of tho wire He betthe heavy drinker aie growing disappearing, a 0e ter or else fast Keely department at tbe spring i not loaded with patients as Is usually tho ease at this time or lhe year. Kioia wr-nhe has seen, ho say tho Keely I the sreatebt thing ol tho age. euro ana a monument should be pluced in the Halt of Kama to it rounder 1 a trip to Lancaster Saturday, Mr. Henry Spradllng, ot Somerset, will remain with the Uergln & Brady company HU month. Mr. tieorge Redman will leave for Omega, A'.a , borne time In January RESULTS ALWAYS FOLLOW Pill". Kidney use ot Foley' GOOD Iho Richmond Climax. They are upbuilding, trengthenlng aud aoothlng. Tonlo In! action, quick Tanner lu result. Shugar It good.) have to change climate Tho Catholic congregation has been 30 days I wMI sell for the next enlarged by the arrival, ot Mr. limber, a full line of millinery, dress s and notions M ger, rrom Eddyvllle, Ky. Several goods, trimming S just purchased In the city at have moved hero from inat part, 3 nrire. aitonlihlnalv low. Tnis of western Kentucky lately. stock was carefully selected and B Mr. John Wentzel has received a It wilt meet the want of this snlpmcnt of sausage large enough to .or anv other vicinity. I will sell It a a whol If an provide tbe whole U. 8. army besldei opportunity should present. a goodly quantity of llmburger. LIPPS. CORA S. We beard some Ume ago that our Ky. Hustonville, IU. but B friend, W. Burcb waa very him nor so far have seen no sign of beard any word from him. Keep him AN IDEAL HUSBAND alive. Let ns not forget also our friend. U DBtlent even with, a nagging wife Jedge Bailey and tho other officers or may he need help. She for be know county. We alway shall bi bo so nervous and runilown In health Lincoln annoy her. If she Is melan true. irlfle choly, excitable, troubted with loss of unnctite. huadacr. sleeplessness, con HEXAMETHYLENETETRAMINE I stipation or fainting and dlxxy spells. the nume of a German chemical " unier ue Kiectne be ono of the many valuable Ingrediiwmii.ii-rii- i rmuedv for nlllng women. ent of Foley' Klduey Remedy rrom female Thousands of surrer lenotetrnralna is recognized troubles, norvou troubles, backachn by medical text book and authorianu weak kidneys have used them ties as o uric ald solvent and antiand become healthy and happy Try septic for the urine. Take Fuley' thc&m. Only 30 cent. Satlsfucllou Kidney Remedy promptly at tho first uarantefd by Penny Drue Store, sign ol kidney trouble and avoid a eriou Biauuiy I par-Ue- 3 5 illlllllHIIINIII ht i ne-e- v .Jtgt Wl $mz$VmJm,i:l uPrffi,, .' JffWtffe sMiHhtfHUCMWaMMi 2. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. ITS ALWAYS BAD KltlDAY, NOVKMUKft 4, 1910 The Interior Journal Established 1872. IHELTON 8AUFLEY Publisher Stan- Entered at the Post omco at ford, K7-- , as 8econd Class mall. VERY TUESDAY AND POLITICAL ntlCVY ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior .lournnl la authorized to nnnounco Charles A. Hardin ns n candidate for Circuit Judpo of the Thirteenth Judicial dlstrlst, at the eubject to theactvon lection to bo hold November, Plenty of fresh air, and a sleeping plain, nourishing diet are all good and helpful, but the most important of all is out-doors 1910 SeaJty BcWel Lmm fss Her. Speaker Anwnt f or ThU Paper THE LAST SUPPER t, Test-Matt- hew H-- The Beet ef Backs Are Bad When They .ctte, and SUnjvrs reo- pie Knew It. A bad back Is always bad. Had nt night when bedtime comes Just a bad In the morning. Bvcr try Donn's Kidney Pills for ItT DRESS WELL! While it is not necessary to dress extravagantly, it is very necessary to dress well. And to be well 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 H Ijeon rea Memory M-- K Oolden Twit "This la ray txxty which it gtven for rout this do In remembmnce lot me" Luke JJ:1. TimeThursday evening. April t, A. D. V Know they cure backache euro overy kidney HIT It you don't some Stanford peoplo Ptar cidents. An upper room In Jerusalem. oftho lull, Scott's Emulsion It is the standard treat ment prescribed by physicians all over the world for this dread disease. It e is the ideal to heal the lungs and build up the wasting body. food-medicin- Demo-Whoope- ' pet out sometimes. Listen to this The Danville Advocate announces that former Heprejentatlve H. V. l.tllnrd, of Itoylo has been appointed prlvato secretary to United States Senator .William O. llradlcy. I.ltlard, It will TOR SALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS be recalled, as elected as a democrat posIV , mm of p.pr but betrayed his pirty and made tnttxwttltiil H.flw Pk 4 IhU t4. for 4 OklM's mr rebck but eosUI. a Ooo4 sible the election of Bradley, the publican nominee. The secretaryship SCOTT t? BOWNE, 409 rearl St, N. Y. to the senator Is worth about $2,500 to U.00O a year with perquisites, which for, say three or Tour years, The I. J., Stands up for you nnd ulll make a pretty fat "reward" for Stanford. Let it do all your Job work. treach Ltllard'a roost conspicuous to Dradley s wo meant devotion cause. Sketch-Boo- It's mighty hard to keep the cats In the bar? always; they will Sample Helps in order that it may be able to glva Us leaders the results from the elec So many women are dragging out just because their digestions in this and other states on time weary lives are weak. The result is tive organs Interior poor circulation, nervousness and the the Tuesday Issue of the next week will not be publish verge of invalidism. It is often very Journal ed until Wednesday morning. Country readers who are In town Wednesday are invited to comu to the onVci and get their papers, for the rural routes will not carry them out until Thursday morning. Frail Women unnecessary and the woman's own fault. The first thins to do is to look to the welfare of your bowels. There the trou- Die usually lies. All physicians know that a terse cercentare of women ira habitual! constipated, and from tbla r suits Indirection, piles, wearlnen. tc, that women constantly complain ot. But there It no uie taking? "female and thine of that kind until yo nay aurtea your Dowels to moving. Ton win And that when the bowels move regularly once or twice a day all your The Danville Advocate saye that petty Ms will disappear. Take a rood, mild laxative tonic like Dr. Caldwell's "Friends of Mrs. IL T. Lowndes have Syrup Pepsin for awhile and you will Sod rouraelf better and handsomely engraved an- trtronrcr. your rapidly will regulate them received bowels ana nouncements of the death of Irlncess serves your wora at staiea times, ana will then Sonla, her fine show mare which died disappear. headaches and dizzinesshart to Don't take strong; est pills or salts, but Just such a mild and few weeks ago." a pleasaot.taitlnr remedy as Dr. Caldwell's The announcement Is rather Incom Syrup Pepsin. your Tou can obtain a plete In lhat the name of the offlclat Klat for fifty cents bottle of dollar,drur or one and the pall bearers cither etzs may be enough to perraa lng clergyman and nemiy cur you. rnousanas or women were omitted. keep tt regularly In the house and will rem-edle- e" The last word stick one In for Helm on Tuesday. It looks like a democratic landslide all over tno coun try. no longer be without It. as It cured them and can be used with safety by every member of the family, down to the youngest child, but If you have never used It take the advice of Mrs. Earl 3. Cox. 40 Twentv.flfth street. Mollne, HI . and Mrs. Ellen Dungan, Muncle, Ind.. and send to Dr Caldwell for a free trial bot- tle. as they did. and learn for yourself AND what It will do In ynur own case. That IN "BLACK DRESSED (It will euro you. as It did them, there Is YELLOW." no doubt Dr. Caldwell persorillv will be pleased Not "Football colors" but the CO!containing Foley's to give you any medical advice you may ors of the catron family pertaining to and Knicat desire for yourwlf oror bowels absolutely Honey and Tar tne Best ,he gt0lnaehf JlT,r cough remedy for all coughs and rree 0f charge Explain your case In a to you In letter and he colds. Do not accept a substitute but For the free will replyslmpfy send detail. your sample i.ee that you gut the genuine roieys oame Bnd adartM on a cnrd or Honey and Tar In a yellow catron otherwise. For either request the doctor's CaUwe.l.H.iwCald. with black letters. Sbugars and Tan- -. ; ,,, ner. w&r. W. The Fountain Head of Life Is The Stomach and who does not A man who has a weak and impaired stomach Hdod has become properly ditest his food will soon nd that his mproperly and and ll.t his whole body and w insufficiently nourished. Dr PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDieTIL DISCOVERY blood-maker, makes the stomach strong, promotes the How ot riitmtlre IuIccm. restores the lost appetite, makes the assimilation perfect, lorliorates Is the liver ana treat purities and enriches the blood. It r and restorative nerve tonic. It makes men cool In Judgment. atroni In body, active In mind and flesh-buildehabit-formin- g I o( American medical rooM, This "Discovery" is a pure, glyceric extract drus. All its absolutely free from alcohol and all injurious, ingredients arc printed on its wrappers. It has no relationship with secret schools of nostrums. Its every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in all the medicine. Don't accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this They must know of remedy of znown composition. Ask yolr neighbors. many cures made by it during past 40 years, right in your own neighborhood. Torld's Dispensary Medical Associstion, Dr. R.V. Pierce. Pres., Buffalo, N.Y. time-prove- n $ Beech Nut Sliced Breakfast Bacon Beech Nut Peanut Butter. Beech Nut Orange Marmalade. f000i HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. This lesson Is full of dramatic InA harmony Is necessary to understand the somes In full. The first great day of the Passover, which lasted a week, began at sunset on the evening after the 14th of April, which by the Jewish reckoning; was the botlnntas; of the 16th when the regular Paaeorer supper was eaten. The dtecJpree came to Jesus, some Urn oa Thursdajr, sarins . . Where wilt then tint we prepare for thee to est tse psusorerT "A roocn waa nsedea. wltn table eurroonded by ecreesxa . far 0e Paaaorer must be tMtsm isiHnlm. stae tt was a eeaea that erea tke pooreeit wart partake erf UaU ewptter la a reotlntaf attKsrde, A HOUSEHOLD MEDICINE V to taddoate res-e- , safety and liberty." JsssfsssV J To be really valuable must show The tfcere snoet be obtatee equally good results from each mem UsVvEiBw aTl Usveasl bread, bitter herb, wtae, and her of the'fainlly using It Foley's a pssntrel laaab, wMea reset be elate Honey and Tar does Just this. to the temple between three aad five Whether for children or grown pero'eloek, aad cooked In a private borne. sons Foley's Honey and Tar Is best Jesus and Ma disciples probably left nnd snfest for a II coughs and colds. Bethany lata Thursday afternoon, Sbugars and Tanner, walked two or three miles, and reachADOPTED BY ed th epper room soon attar sunset. RESOLUTIONS COLORED TEACHERS INSTITUTE The strife probably began when the disciple were assembling In the up of LinWhereas we, SI 7.50 per room, and were about to take their coln county, in Institute nssembeltl, places at the table. Even In thla most solemn hour, more solemn than have enjoyed tho tcr great prhllege also in they realized, there arose a conten-- ' afforded us by Instruction, and from to tlon among the disciples as to who contact, association nnd Intereliutigo should be the greatest, probably with I tnuglu nnd Ideiis, nnd worenhs It has reference to Uie placee of honor and Upell ,mr w,ry Rroat ,,pagUro and prlv- nearness vo jeeras, wiui an ouuckjk to- IIokc to Also in a lue Ai our conductor In tl'.a ward the highest placee In the new kingdom which was soon to begin. lorson of Mis. I II. Sliced, a capabl,, Also because no one was willing to conticcratcd and conscientious tench-.r- , take upon himself the) servile duty of therefor' be it washing the travel-stainefeet of the Kesolvei), That c extend to Supt. company. Singleton our thanks for having secur There was deobtlests a mlngltnc of ed the services of Mrs. Sneed and exdlad-plegood and evil motives In the trom 3G to tend to her, through him, an open At length all were reclining at the door fur future work In this county. the table and the Passover supper waa lUsohed, That we commend begun. Jean vtoeiy waited till time new school law, but deeply deplore had been gtren for the exettamMat to the fact that, through Its operations. be sltd, and Ue dtecjplee to ootse girls ar(. deprived to a batter tram of mlad. Then the Negro bo)s and of the advantages of any sort of high by a crinbolle action a taught them a heeson which has been needed all school v.ork. We, therefore, call up down the age. He who bad all power, on our representatives In the leglsla wbo came forth from God, and was lure, In all fairness and sincerity, and going to Ood, arose from the supper, at ton next session of the poured water Into a baata, and wash- ask that to have the R. 1 1. ColTey G. L. Penny E. R. Coleman ed his disciples' feet. Including the legislature they endeavor ot Judas, Into whose heart tho present law so amended as to place feet devil had put the plan to betray him. the negro children, residing In tne And as they were eating the Pass- "territory of White tirnded School over meal Jesus used the- same bread restricts, under the operation of the and wine that was upon the Passover new Inw. nnd not allow them to table and taught the Pxhiover truths. under the obsolete and antiquatThe rites of the new kingdom of heav by en expressed for the spiritual life the ed "three trustee system," where, from the slavery of sin, the decision of the Court of Appeals, deliverance the redemption through blood, the they liae unfortunately ben relegate For the Kindergarten, for the High School; promise of allegiance to the Ixrd, the ,.d. hope of the promised land, which was our laltn-fu- l Kcsoltcd. That we tender for all grades. We have the SCHOOL SUPenacted In actual life by the saving conductor a vote of thanks for the of the Israelites from the bondage of PLIES neededStationery. Pencils, Pens, Egypt- "The Passover brought to highly Interesting and lntructle gether the largest number of Individ- manner In which this session of the Rulers, Tablets, Books. Fit the children out uals to claim and consciously reoog-nli- e Institute hati been held. Thnt, we part In God's redeeming tender Itcv. Jones .or the white llap their satisfactorily fit them out here and save grace and power, and because of Its Wood, of the Sec- victory, rqlllen-nl&- l tist church, Hew sense of a vote money. universal salvation, end Uaptist church of Danville, gladness, was better fitted to become the dis- Of thankh for their able and Utueiy tinctive and enduring symbol of re- ..i,i..u..' in ir. .1 n. Cartienter. of demption, and express the mighty this city, wr feel deeply grateful for hopes of Jesus as be stood on the valuable and timely talk up the threshold of his passion, than any of prevention of diseases and nis on the the sacrifices of the altar." up Jesus took bread, the thin cake of learned and Interesting discourse Stanford, Kentucky. blessed It, "In- on the subject of tuberculosis unleavened bread, and of thangs b voked blessings," "consecrated with Ilesolvod, That a vote solemn prayers." Take, eat, make It tendered Miss Mary I.. Cook for the a part of yourselves. This is my body, careful niul accurate record kept ot symbolizes my body, does for your that we tendor our bodies Jus what my spiritual life does our proceedings; of your souls. tiiauks to the otllccrs and members for Is my blood type of em- the Flr.t llaptist church for the use This A Furniture and Undertaking. the blem of his blood, his life, which he ot their commodious building; laid down aa the atonement for sin. kindly attendance to Day Phono 28. sexton for his Of the new testament, which Qod was our comfort and convenience, and to ifliiHiHIIPMssHlttssssiiHsH Night Vbm pa, now confirming to men. The new covthe Interenant '"rss that Qod would renew sad the citljenn of Stanford for by "Sttmfird, KemtucXy. save all wbo believed In Jesus. It Is est manifested In our meetings the new promise to men, the new Ooe-p- their regular attendance. dispensation. In which Ood has K. L. STKPP. used his perfect wisdom In seklng to M. K. JAKMAN, save the world from sin. Which la W. D. TAKDIP. Undertakers and Embalm-en- . shed for many. Multitudes, not mereAlso Dealers in Fur ly a few, are to be saved by Christ. For the remission of sins. Including niture, Mattings.Rugs. They the forgiveness of stn, and the dewill exchange Furniture for We ara in position to dn all kinds ot eon" liverance from the power ot sin. Bin eratlnf, such as Hlock Work, I'airmentl all Kinds of Stock. Give la to be put away entirety. and. In (act. we can make any thing from a konse down to a (enoe post. We can serte The Supper la a kind of All Saints you promptly and fuarantoe Crst'CHUt Them a Call. Prices Right. work and material. Call and get our ferite day. We become one, not only with STANFORD. - KENTUCKY before you buy your material at teats. those around us, but with those who have gone before, to Join the heavenl. Tan-tier'c n do. Head n rase of It. Simon Haines, carpenter, Bast .Main street Stanford, Ky., nys: "Some years ago I used Doan's Kidney Pills with good results. In l'JOO I met wltln nn nccldcnt thnt brought on a recurrence of kidney complaint. I recovered so thnt I could work but my back remnlned very weak. When doing anything that required sloping my back became very lame and pain-fuKomcnibering what Doan's Kid ney Pills hud done for me, previously s I procured n box nt Shugnrs and Drug Store and they gave em grent relief. Donn'a Kidney Pills havo my highest endorsement. Kor sale by all dtalers. Price 50c. Poster-MllburCo., Uufalo, New York, solo agents for United States. Remember the name Doan's- - and take no other. liilL 50. hrs ' d hand tailored suits at the cheaper $30; grades at $10 $12.50 and plain made $15. and a Norfolk Corduroy suit at $7.50 and $12.50. Sizes tllfl TflKlr 'Mi mm a. Ki(&&tl H. J. McRobertSs, School Supplies j - .' v l PENNY'S DRUG STORE, 0B2SBB3EEB2EBB2BW R r,L,Beazley&Co., W. A.TRIBBLE, -- t t "DReHOAG'- SBlood and Liver CONCRETING ' Restorative Wl ISLm aid ly host, PHILLIPS BROS.. Stanford, ft '& Beech Nut Lemon Marmalade. Beech Nut Grape Jelly. Beech Nut Crab Apple Jelly. It Is a feast of victory. It was the un triumphing over darkness. The Lord's Supper Is a prophecy of Christ's second coming, of the perfect triumph of his kingdom; for we are to celebrate It till he comes. It contains a hope and a promise. s Oar last view of Christ In the Is not ot death, but of an ever- Ops-pel- Harry Jacobs, IMaler Kj. la and Manufacturer of s, Marble and Cranlto Monu-mont- A Liver MedKke Blood Farifier Markers and I'oirvs ,Umeterr and Law V fiies unit Hvttees. Offlcu and works, Mo Kinney, Kjr, When Hungry no to W. H. tit 4 Mglyttii living Saviour, who once was dead, but now Uvea for evermore. It shows that we do not worship a dead Christ, but a living Christ, sitting on the right hand of Ood. leading the hosts It la the morning of Christendom. tar that herald th new day. U la an lavkatleo to all to come and. t saved. It la Use ehureh aotdlng up jthe banter of ie4emutlon that all the world saay eee. THE RELIABLE REMEDY for RaeBEutiia, Piaples, Blood eb4 Skia Diseases CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I canfurnlsb the publlawlln the be.t. as well as tbe frvshr.t of cut flowers, plant, ot Strenghtens the nerves, makes Dew all kind., bulb., potted flowvr., on abort Alio rich blood, increases appetite. notice. funeral make a apeclalty of wreaths purpo.es. for for I bate all More people owe their health and In connection with the abore, reasonable UotOotIee,Handwlche,pleiC0uttsrmlk any other rem- klnd.ol vegetables on band at strength to it than and sweet milk, etc., at all times. OllKKN 1IOUHEH, edy. Don't wait, buy a bottle today. '''""'OIIUIUTUANKO HUMSAHD, PmOS. SOU) BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE BUnlbrU, Ky Oarson's Ite.taurant Ijtncaster, Htresl Htanford. K. Meals served at all hours up to ll:S(,V, at. plsco lu wn for a good qul'sk meal, Oooklng to suit our customers our speslalt Hplendld new line of fancy Groceries, Ht ft LoreVia H. A. CARSON, Prop. . f TRIDAY. NOVKMUKH 4, 1910 T THE STAMFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. TAW mm Winter Coats. The unexpected drop In of Winter, cnlls for a Top Coat. We have a splendid showing of Plush, Caraculc, Black Cloth, Fancy Manish mixtures, etc., $:i.50 to tVJ0. Misses' Coats. In Caraculc, Scotch mixtures and Kerseys, $5 to $iCar0. Children's Coats. In Plush, Bear Skins, Mixtures, 81.00 JUST DROP IN And sec our showing of Snappy Winter Coats and Suits. Remember our motto is "High Quality It is not always the largest stock that has the most atlraclmr and a square Deal." Do us the ments In it. We believe that In our stock of one hundred suits ywnc favor of looking at our goods; you might do your pocketbook the will find more choice models and more attractive prices than you 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 wc arc offering some extra special values- in sorter"-wortthese chilling winter winds.in Underwear, Blankets, Comforts etc. $17.50 to $20, at $15. Tailored Suits. 3 ! &r 6A ' h - to $0.r0. SEVERANCE & SON, 75 Stanford, Kentucky. A play that should bo 3vth by Mr Steele Ilurdctto Is tho boss cabbage grower. He raises 'em so heads young and old Is "The Fighting PSbsv eonie on both ends. He brought one sou which comes to the opera fmtrm to the I. J., olflce, which bad a well developed head on top ot tho stalk on Saturday November fith. and another head almost as large at $100 Reward, $100. FOR SALE PRIVATELY the foot of thn roots. Tba rwn ot thk will - pkunt la Wan This 200 acre iarm of virgin aw; kmM mi. dreadnl dMx lLt Urn k at mi baa ama mbie to rar k U lu ftwra. art that m "The Fighting Parson" a striking If for naIo privately in the nsit W catarra. Haira Cmnt cure k u Ur nra now Imn to u nrtml frabrottr. pntitfta story of human emotion will be the days. Location S mile fronvH&niwni Catarrh a caoaututlorial dmn, nquma offering at the opera house for one twine roaautu-lloatreatiMot. IlaU't catarrh Cin-- to and 5 viVa form innvi' ocr Ufcr night Saturday, November, Mb. am dtmtir upon Uw bkm artUkra notam aurtarr et tt. ijntm. Ibmbr dratrorln Stanford nrd Danville' plk. with tka ourtlttoa at tM dlarwr. iM ltto Um pallrat itrmu kyinbnlMmt up tn. ronnitstmn and aatut-l- n To break up cold in head or chest 16,000 brick dwcII!o with' xood bans doliwt It. work. The rotirlrtnr. tart Mtim biki tank ta lu curtur pram that tlwy oflft In n few minutes, pour a teaspoonful and other oiit houses jnd r.ear ncbeaf On. Il.ndird IHillara tor nr can Ibat n tall. M or Hyomel Into a bowl ot boiling wa house and a irood neiirhliorftosuC? tura. ma let wt t tratimnaiai. EVERYTHING FRE8H FOR THAT XMA8 CAKE AT NEWLAND'S Special fountain pen for nchool use cents, 1 and $1.26 at IVrmy's Drug Store. .Miss , Miss Florence llcck Is In lloxburp, BBlBv?j?vv"H---4lTisiIlrlght Tuesday Mr. J. K. Johnson, of Pittsburg, PERSONALS. Joined his wire at her father Mr. (loo, p. Iirlght's (his week. Mm. Klsle Eaton wont u: to I'lno-Tlll- e Is Miss Kdna Kavanaugh, of Lancaster the uttractlvo guest of Mis llertn for a visit tltla week Jean Penny. Col. (icorgo I). Westhcrford haa , Tom Marry, an export golint ento Hustonvtlle to mako Mb gine man from U'mchciter, vu I rro home, hating closed out his store at on business this week. Mr. 8. II. Hrown, or Ilrysnuville, Danvlllo. They alwas como back to dear old Lincoln, sooner or later. was here Ibis week wltb friends. Walter Warfleld left this week for V H, Wcaren has been contln-eMrs. to her bed with grip Urr serera' Phoenix, Arizona, where he ho a number of relatives. das. Vis"I!roYred-VOocm- f cnV'w Attorney p, Mcllobcrt was In esyoSl ) Madame Humor Is whispering of 1 Itlchraond on legal business this weeK ) is Mr. K. I. Owsley came Thursday several more wedding to take placo morning lor a Istt to his lather, Pr hero beftiBtj (he loblns ni'st again. f It Is said that a southern tuntlco-.tJohn 11. Owsley. or Lincoln's fair-oMrs. Joint II. Shanks ordors her is soon to claim one daughters for his 'ir.n. and :i J I making I'nper chnngftd to Columbus. Oju, a: prominent young farmer of the cot n she baa Joined her husband there. ty Is rumored to have won lint heart Mrs. Salllo It- H.iufley will ko to young widow In town. Wllmoro to spend sevvrul of a handsoir.o A well known young man of the city weeks with her daughter, Mr 8. M. Is also said to be In lino for congratu. JjOgan. latious upon his ntnrrlagc to a very M K. ITtiltt and children, of pretty and attractive young lady of Mrs. Ilurnslde, are the guest of Mr and tho county, which rumor says will Mrs. I). Chancellor, take place early In tho new year. Now Onn of the mott delightful social puoss who they are. Tho first one events of th season was the recep- sending In a correct answer gets n tion given by Mm George U. Terry, year's subscription to the I. J. kt her home on Main stieet, Thursday afternoon In honor of the fall SHORT LOCAL NEWS brides of Stanford The prrtir home FRESH GROCERIES was most attractively decorated with AT frfl AbsohtUty Pure Jn cut flowers and potted plants and NEWLAND'S lighted by electricity made n pretty The only Baking Pow- - Jj J netting for the bevy of beauties. For Sale. It. I. Red roosters, firs. 8"" der made from Royal If I Mrs. Perry attired In n magnificent 5. M. Helm, MorckimJ. Ky It, It. 1 Grape Cream of Tartar 3 costume of white lace, received assistCounty: Owsley Held. Mrs. To The Taxpayers of tho Made from Grape If J ed by Mrs. John B Don't think me persistent, but nur )U Albert IJ. Florence, Mrs. Adam Pence, taxes are past due nnd the per ccut ji. No Ume PhotmhatB and Mm. T. v, Pennington an 01 (M No Alum fm) to go on In n few days. The coun whom were becomingly gowned and Is money, so call at onre were given a most coidlal welcome ty Is In no)d of and settle. Savo th penalty vhlle young Into Hie llt of charming on. of whom Stanford nnd Lincoln you can bn waited W. L. M'CAHTV. Sheriff. county ran now hoait H d Mrs. Kit Chcnnult of Klramoml, nt tended the funeral of Mrs. ttcorgu P for the winter. tt t- al x .. This n the chief requisite for V foM br as Pronuu. t. Tau luir. ramur nil. for rouupttlon. AAirrm r.i.CIIF.NKV A CO. To Wo. O. For Sale 10 shares of Hustonvlllo National Hank stock Apply at this separate bottle costs but olllce. ter, cover the head and bowl with Terms reasonable. For rurtherB towel nnd breathe the vapor that aris- formation write J. I Chandler, SUra-rordKy., n. F. D. No. I, iJox. 2X es. O, L. Penny guarantees It. A SO , cents. How Is this for a bargain f ISS y acres of land situated in a good close to churches andsch.v" Now five room cottage, 3 porches, ott try and hall, largo barn 10 staltanrr cotKt-triunlt- - Perfect oakelJay roods ROYAL Mrs. Sue mothor or Mrs. It. I Hubble, passed away at their homu Stop stomach distress and all atom-nt- h on the Itncaster pike Thursday, afdisturbance In live minutes by ter a short illlness of pneumonia She taking Mto-ntablets. Only r0 cents wns a wldofc"' of tho late John Logan, n largo box, guaranteed by O. L. Pen-- end a member or one of the most prominent families or this section, a to cure Indigestion, or money back. more extended notice will be given In the next Issuo of the I J. I am now agent tor the Danvlllo tteam Laundry and will appreciate n shed, but,gy houFe hen hoiiso- - txOT Place well watered, cistern f.r jtowf fencing good and buildings nil nrr-Al-l this farm can bo cultivated .nu-t-' pood land. Price C5 ier acre. Stnnford Heal Estato Compaji7' your patronage. My headquarters arc at Wilkinson's barber shop. H. V. Mllbuni. Baking Powder STOPS FALLING HAIR DESTROYS DANDRUFF Ayer's Hair Vigor AN ELEGANT DRESSI 'A MAKES HAIR GRO Sunday services at the llaptisl church: Sunday school 3. 30; preaching (neredientc - Sutahur. Ctyuriit. QuWn. SUlm OlafM. Caaalcwii. Sate Akafcal. Wat.f. Ptrfi 10:6 A. M.. and 7:45 P. M. Sub- ject ot the morning servion: "Tho Adornment ot the Truth; evening subject: "Jesus on Trial." Tho Lord's Supper will be observed at the close ot the morning service. Hot J, D. Jones will at tho union church at Rowland Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. prt-ac- Ask your doctor if there is anything injurious hcrev Ask him also if there is not genuine merit here. n. s Kci. J. J. Dickey will preach at tho Ncalb Creek church next Sunday at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. SHOES OOOOOOOOOOOOClOO magician, will Pror. Panlel.itbe pri'si'Dt hit entcyijiinment In 'he Art of Magic and Ventriloquism at (bo Rraded School auditorium Wednesday i.lght, Nov. U, for tho benerit or the High School foot ball team. Mr. Dan.Mayor A II Florence appointed the iel will offer a select program of In- . ........ . . i uy noaru oi supervisors to maKO sot.i teresling novelties which will pleaso tlen-on- t with city tax collector 11. D.',h.. i,,ii0, nK wpii nK tho entlomcn. ..... .w r. Carter anJ 'quailre properly valua- the old a well as the young. Don't year. Th board tions for tno current U roMposied ot thrco of the best Jorge; the date. Doors ojciJ known of the city, J. N. Menefee, St., show H:U. W. A. Carson and W. H. Ilrady. ....- ..v r. Ladies' I Suitings I A Large Assortment of I Correct Shades i u, u, not Color the H J. C. Ana OOUHXT, tow.ll. ilmm. Ji '1 -- - For Everybody and in all 00000000000000 .4K Oft. - OOOO00O0OO OOOOd STTLIflS Shd'es That Keep Your Feet Warm & Dry. ' 4-- ' Owing lo repairs being made to thu Kor Sale Fivo room cottaso and W. A Willis outbuildings; well Christian church, ne all necessary at will prench at the opera house tenccd. Apply to Hud Holdcrman Hustonvilltt Sunday morning At 11 FflF Salfi Utltk house and two c'olock. Sunday school will he held acres of land on Somerset street; nlc0 placo at 9:45 o'clock. coUapd on Kast Main street; nouse at tho same Mttln nnd n LTi acres on Kast and house ahd fivo urn's 0! land on DanThoro will be a pU supper given at vlllo attnuo. Apply to Harvey Helru. tno graded bciioo! liall Saturday nUht, At thn Anera house Hutunlav Nov the Oth, the proceeds to go toward ember oth. W. K. Mann presents that p&yliiR for fcomtj much needed funn mlhlslorlal comedv drama The Fight-In- ture lor tho hall. Parson with William WlntorhaH as Uie parson a fight lor right and Tho Dixie Vaudeville Company haa honor. Kndorsed by press and pulpit s as tht. bebt pastorlal play ever writ been gtWng some excellent roriorm-ancocrowds have ten. A strong production A string this week, but the cast teaching a strong moral lemon Lecn very light. Stantord theatregoto all classes of theatre goers joung a rm unwilling to patronize Prices io 33 to Cents. ers and old show when it Is offered good, clever thorn. This company plays at Hus- - ! tt W. E. PERKINS, n V. I L R. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. T. W. Humble tonvllle Saturday night. ii 1 1W nr court-housu- For Sale Twelve or benches that cauie bit H. old fifteen ; of old will bo ktold Monday, November 7th, at li b'clock sharp at public outcry. JahiB P. Bailey, County Judgo. Do yuu want something good to cat SundayT You will find It at tho Saturday, Nov. 6, beginning at he o'cloclt. Pics, cakes, candy, chicken, saladi,; in fact, everything good. u 41 W. O. Martin' MM I Come early and get the best. away appetite and mako you weak Hetsy (s an advanced exponent of and sick, llolllster's Hocky Mountain comfort, enconomy uud good cheer. Tea restores the appetite, drives uway Sho will endeavor to win a placo In disease, builds up the s)8tem. 3S the hearts of every famlty In Lincoln cents. Tea or Tablets Shugars nnd county, nnd to thin end 'sho will tell Tanner. ot her experience, her Ideas, or man and womnn, her theories nnd ot tho Notice many advantages of trading with Cor-feI and Coleman, 'the home or low Wo have u suw will for sale with prices, squaro dealing good company bailer 30 hp'englno,' and good will. wh. Ual-- j Just opened Up and rendy for busi- a new saw mill for sale, ness vltr ( brand new fresh stock anco Jn two, four and six months, of staplo and fancy groceries. Come with good Bote. Klmj'8 Mountain to see us. Planing Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. COFFEY i. COLEMAN BETSY 000DH0ME Constipation, Indigestion, drive We have just received line of Persian Silks for waists and dresses. AIscp several pieces of Chiffon iis different shades, to be used for waists and iolds. Price,, from 50 cts to $1.50 yard. a-ne- Cummins STANFORD, ' & Wearen; HUGHES, MARTIN & CO r i a Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes KENTUCKY. THI8 STbrfE IB THE HOME OF HART BCHAFFNER AWArTK'OCOTHES 'Stanford, 'Ky. l'hone m L. STANFORD, KENTUCKY . -- . .,toi .ab. ju - . V TfAUB FOUR THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. THE FARMERS BO FRIDAY. NOVKMIIKR 4, t10 MEN WHO CARE Public Sale Having gold my farm to move to Somerset 1 will sell publicly on the Preachers llle plko 2 miles fron. Stanford on Saturday, November 5th, Commencing at ten o clock, the fol5 head of horses, lowing property: 1 Jack, 2 jennets; milk cows; lot of corn; millet sorghum; all kinds cf farming tools, 1 two horse wagon; wagon; buggy and liar ness; lot of chickens; good cook stove household and kitchen furniture nnd many other things too numerous to mention. TIN6LEY SPOONAMORE Col J. I'. Chandler Auct. 1 one-hors- e Sale of Hustonville Property Having other property In Huston-vlll- e I wilt on Saturday Nov. 5th, 1910 sell tho following described real estate Ono frame house, with 18 rooms, arranged so that two families can live In It; two back yards; one extra nice vacant building lot; one turn, a good extra largo two-stortwo-stor- y ISO A (o 75 pounds. W. II. Land. beautiful pony, cart and harness meat hogs for sale weighing from wmk w-ib- ..era",XU)7( cumrcs SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. COAT A FULL LINE OF Henry Hankla, Junction for sale City, Ky. LINCOLN COUNTY FARM FOR SALE 100 acres In fine, shapo; crop goes with. Better come quick. J. M. Hey' nolds Wayncsburg. Sccretnry George Roberts, of thn Will do well to sec our new line of Kentucky Corn Growers' Association, tins ofllclnll announced tlmt the Unit iimiun! coin show to l(. held by the association will ho hold In tlio main building of the College or Agriculture They give Character and Prestige to the nl the State Unhorslty at Lexington January ."1, 4, S nml G. IDtt. hach ox wearer. They carry the stamp of elegance hlblt will consist of ten ears and tho and refinement in every line. They cost live best samples in the various clnas t'R will bo ellgiblo for exhibit at the no more than the ordinary. Nntlon.il Corn Show. Tho premium list will sonn he announced. Harvey Chennult, of Madison, pur he Hat of course, is a matter of be. chnsed from Monte Fox, ol Danville, Having decided to move clsewere I comingness. The many good shapes wc 100 htad of cattle that averaged l.nso will otfer on Fall makejit an easy matter to pounds, paying Jfi.oO fur them. Ilu show this lll leed them this winter for tlit exWednesday, November 9th, 1910 meet any man's requirement as to Style, port market. My farm of bO acres on I)anillo plko For Sale. Splendid family horse; G miles west of Stanford, 5 miles east Shape, Color and Price. anybody can drive him; perfectly gen- of Danville This n line tract of land with good Improvements, At the same tle and sound Apply to Ualloy Mill. time I will dispose ot lli acres of com f ncrt-- s in the shock; two and 1 of tobacco In excellent condition Parksville good earrlagi horee, 7 years old works anywhere; one mare 10 ears old, good farm and driving animal; I fine Mrs. Annie Parks, of Lebanon, Mult : year old gelding, well broke. 1 filly cd relathes bere Saturday. Jersey cow with fine extra good. J. J. Coxat t and Mr. Paiks mude a flow of milk. 1 7 rnngs good as new piano, almost new. Also business trip to llariodsburg Thnrs- - myupright household nnd kitchen fur entire duy. niture I.. C. Rose and G A. Carter went to Terms inado known on day of sale MRS. A. S. GILMORE. High Urldge Sunday to see how woll Stanford, Ky., II. F I). No.2 was getting along on the new bridge. Miss Etta Webster lelt for Somerset Thursday where she will lslt rela- Fall and Winter Models in Suits and Overcoats New Fall Hats ' PUBLIC SALE livery bam; 2 Urge sheds; 2 lasting wells; ono back lot This property Is well fenced and In good repair; has nil outbuildings neces sary nnd Is situated on Main nnd Col- 8TIRRINQ TIMES. logo street, ono square from very rine gmded school; one square from tho wo nro having In tho building line. Chrlstlnn church; one square from liaptlst church and two squares from Wc carry n full line, of lime, plaster, rresbjterlan church, and Is In a splen- cement nnd everything else needed did neighborhood. for building, Kror) thing purchased 1 will also sell one Curtis & Held hero will bo found of the best qualiglass-fron- t cnrrlnge, as good as new; 'two good high wheel sulkies; two ty nnd the best for Intended purposes. phaetons, one two horse drhlng oart; Wo will sno you trouble and unnecM ono Hnncock disc plow and 500 or 000 snry cipenso by sending to ua (or an" bales of No. t hnv Sale begun promptl) at two o'clock estimate Terms made known on day of sale. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. For other particulars address by J. phone or otherwise Hustonvllle, Ky. D. S. CARPENTER. D. CARTER, B. Now Llvorv. Dopot Stroot, Phono OG, KENTUCKY. STAN FORD. one-hal- 1 1 ME HARNESS ON A HORSE should bo made so as to give him perfect comfort We carry everything required In turners nnd horse goods, but only tho best and most rcllablu linen, if you need hnrnoss for farm wagon or fur n racing sulky, 5011 will get the best of IU kind at J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. m SWEATERS AND an tives and friends. Mrs Thomas Atkinson and tii daughter. Prances and Marguerite, ot Middles! oro stopped oer with Mr?. J Cozatt en route home Horn St ouis Ml si Linda Halsell, of Llttel Itock Alio has been a guest ot Mrs. II. .i Not getting a satisfactory price for PUBLIC SALE my property, I will will Having decided to go west continue business tell at public auction on Thursday November 10th, at the old stand. I.ogeri, place near Cedar at Creek on Stanford and Crab Orchard G, B. PRUITT, pike. I .1. P. Fall And Winter Suitings My new fall and winter samples aro now ready for your Inspection. They comprise thn best on the market. 1 can suit any ono as to price who has his clothes made, to order. A suit made to your measure is preferable To hate to ready made clothes. them mado to measure doesn't coat any moro than ready made when quality and fit la Oos In and let m taa rota saaawaL Underwear &&&& m $ 3i ,m L, L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. Diamond Edge Food Cutters &b9vbIl i 0O Notice k that we say Food Cutters, not food macer-ato- rs nor qhoppers, but Cutters. The Diamond ,Lfij The n Edge Food Cutter actually cuts the food as clean as a pair of scissors cuts paper. Diamond Edge Food Cutter is so carefully adjusted .that the toughest tendons in meat are cut clean. A Diamond Edge Food Cutter turns with probably half the exertion required in other kinds as a result of this clean cutting principle. It cuts meat into sausage, shreds cocoanut, .cuts slaw, also has a pulverizer attachment for making :flut butter, grinding pepper, coffee, etc. The fastest cutter .jnadc. Let us show you. FOR SALE BY GEORGE H. FARRIS. STANFORD. KY. If you have anything to sell in the Marsh has returned home. C A. Hlanford Iate of tnis place. has accepted the ofllce of telegraph operator and agent at Woodbine, K. Messrs. T K. Cleldiid, L. C. Hose anil W. 11. Overstreet arc up after suffering from some minor ailments. Mrs. J. V. Drashear has returned to her home at Mlddleburc after u hay. visit to Mrs. J II. Caldwell. KENNADA ROGERS, W. S. Rose telegraph operator on .1. P. Chandler, Auct. the L. & N. It. It., has been transferred from Lebanon Junction to Hemp, FARM FOR SALE1 SO acres lying 1 Ky mlls west of Mr. Eugene LynnV wife and mother Highland, a good cottage and outof Lebanon, were rlxent guest ot houses, barn etc.. 6 fields fenced; about 33 acres In cultivation; plenty Mrs. L. C. Rose. They were on the of water. Ilcaion for selling out not way to a new home at Salt Lick, Ky. able to work on farm. Price reasonSome youth going from able home JAS. A. KING. 60-church lust week fired his 22 twice Stanford. Ky.. K. F D. No. 3, Uot G5 as he was leaving town Any young For Sale. A well Improved farm man who to far forgets himself as to of 20 acres, near ML Salem, housetake, a "gun" to church should wheel hold and kitchen furniture, stock, and farming tools. P. II. Woodson, ML same around behind the church, stick Salem, Ky. its nozzle In the side of a hill and leave It. P08TEO Madam rumor has It that a young business man of this place on a re(The hunting season Is upon us and cent visit to Louisville became ena- to post hlsi kmored of n young lady now living nearly everyone wan place, Tho charge U 25 cents cash In Louisville, but who formerly resid- with name.) ed near the North Rolling Fork. So K. D. Denbani T. A. Itlco. M. J. Hoffman fully In loie did the coupla becomo J. W. Hughes. M. V. Itwrence J. If. Acton that it Ui) to Jel ersonvllfe sonn .1. S. Harris J W. lUugbman. iniiilc made th two one. We have S. If Ilaughman, J. H. Ilaughman done our utmost to prove the truth of Krank Cordler Will Uordler tut rumor, but railing to do so simM U. l.ytle, Christ Jacob. ply give tris Item as we heard it. l)r J. O. Carpenter. 3oar-oldd 2 8 49-2: pair mare mules, 1 pair horse s (nch, 3 brood mares mules, 3 "J- ear-olhorses, 2 No. 1 Jersey FRUIT AND SHADE TREES hellers. rows. 4 lomlng Everything for Orchard Lawn tred In May, 'J fat hogs, also lot or and Garden. stock bogs, farming Implements good Wrlto for Free Catalogue No. Agents aa new, ued only one year, lot of H. F. HILLENMEYER A. 30N8. chickens and geese nnd some houseLexington, Kentucky. hold goods. Also nice lot or corn and 1 Moreland, Ky. miarc 1L U. KiT. ua Practical Tallor.5 J. C. McCIary, WHAT A REAL TREAT an-- ' ICmbamer to be able to go Into a perfectly ap Undertaker pointed bath room and enjoy a good KY- STANFORD, uab. The handsome basin, tub, etc., Office Phone 167. Home 'Phone 35. double the pleasure of cleaning up or cooling olf. If you hate' not cuch a bathroom let us tell you how much one for. We can put jou can one In for much less than ou tan Imagine . W. K. WARNER, Phone 1U. .Stanford, A iinndsotne Ky, ifljsHsVBBBSi U MbbbbHbbbKWNU VflsaKBBBBBB'vl Itw Wi " .' aS?lW STOCK Take to LINE ting scratches, cuts, sprains, bruises burns, or scalds. Hut laws! Her PinhT J1"" nppllps ilucklen'a Arnica and cures her quick. Heals everything healable Rolls, Utters, Kczema. Old sores, Corns or Plies. Try It 25 cents at Penny's Drug Store. bumps, A REGULAR TOM BOY was Susie climbing trees and fences, jumping ditches, whittling, always get Mrs. Mattlo White. pair of hor ses; splendidly matched; suitable for carriage or harness ttvim. J li, l.ea veil, Ilryantsvllle, Ky. FdrSae. PUBLIC SALE cup her g SHOW YOR WIFE i Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards jrW He bimand sel every Jay in the year except Suuduy. Frlug on Having rented my farm I will on your stock. Ikst market iu "-w -i November, 15th, 1910, the Bute with plenty of at my farm four miles from Stanford of Louisville or Lexiugton ,M and vtitrr IxM wvercd peu., outside on the Hustonvllle pike, sell to th-- i STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed Lusiuess. highebt and best bidder, all of my stuck, farming Implements, crops, J. & Riddle several head of cows, 2 yearling S head of butcher heifers, 1 pair of work mules, four and six yearn CRAB ORCHARD, KY. old; 1 pair JJkNCABTER. KY. mate mules; Buyer of fix 3 mulo colts, 2 brood mares, 1 work BUYER OF All kinds of farm produce and am mare, 1 extra yearling Carroll Preoton of Farm Produce paying today for: colt, 1 calf, 11 bead ot meat bogs, Kinds , Eggs 26c lb shoata, 17S shocks of corn and K. Tuoor. M'o'r. tnix4 Branch T. TODAY FOIM Hens he fodder, horsepower cutting box and all WE ARE PAYING Un Cunning Implements needed on a Hint Pryers . rs.. Wl-2class fatm. 5 to 5 K!c Roaster . .. Household und kitchen furniture, ...lie Turkeys - to 13c of nit kidus and other things too nu ,'. rrern 7 to 8c merous to mention. , Ducks . . tVi 6 to 7c Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. Hld!s vJtqttwa, per lb 15 to 43c Absoluto bale as I am going to Feathers ::;:.v:.v.iwuc Meal, Flour,, Ship Stuff and Chick- Oklahoma. Terms made known on en Feed for sale or In exchange for day of sale. SALE OR IN A. D. ROOT, Produce. IJME AND SALT FOR EXCHANGE FOB Phone 20. Col. J. P. Chandler, AucL 153 PUBLIC SALE HRvQMNV97i Jf.B. Norlhcoft. four-year-o-ld fi '?! r a ' 0 .... c Hc 2 Jjxr,b ean On account of declining health I have decided to rent out my farm l)ing on the Stanford and Prenchersvllle turnpike, t! miles from Stanford 2 miles from Preachernvllle for the year 1311. sell off my personal and property and go to Arizona. I will therefore on Thursday the 17th, day ol November, li10, on the above premises offer at public auction the follow-Inproperty to witHORSE STOCK: 12 head or horses and mules among them one Chester mare; well broke sate for women to drive and good saddler; l Dare gelding three years old. broke to ride and drive nnd very gentle; two Lincoln Squirrel fillies broke to saddle and harness; 1 yearling Lincoln Squirrel filly. All the aboveout of good mares. 1 good wagon and tnrm horse 1 good buggy mare, safo 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 frenh; 1 yearling holler; 4 calves; r0 hogs (onilstlng or 13 rattening bogs, bm-- l sows shoaU etc.. buggies, I buckboard, 1 FrH-lcart, 1 spring wagon, 1 two howe wagon, 3 sets of buggy harness, I Ruena Vista saddle. 1 lady's saddle, wagon harness, plow gear, etc. PARM IMPLEMENTS. Binder, mower, Hoosler com planter, disc harrow, section barrow, plows, 2 road scraper. 2 ane mills i evaporator, one wheat fan new, of good sorghum for corn shelter, corn crusher, 100 barrels 0 COm, a feed, and about 70 bushels rt cane Beedi Household nnd kitchen :umlturc conilstlng of a'icti things that aro usually found in a country home. POULTRY. Plymouth inn mire bred bens and roost erl, itoclc lllack I an also about 100 bhansn. Huff Orphingtons and sliver Laced wyandottes; mixed hens. ,. mnivio up SALE. All mima ot 110 cash In hand; nii BUm. over that amount a credit nf notes to be Uado negotiable and payable In the 12 months will be given, Kirst National Rank of Stanford, bcarjrK SX per cent lutereit from dny or sale until paid. A lunch of hot coffeo and light bread will be serred to all who at- ,a-botS! er a fire Insurance policy If you want to mind. She naturally worries about thn possibility of her house being destroyed by fire. Let us write you a policy In a good company today Then whatever happens you are protected against the loss by fire. rho wfry frei'dfim from worry is worth more than tho cost of the policy W. S. FISH 8TANFORD, KY. PHONE 200 ' YOU CAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than anytime in the year. lt Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. nd- - pl" yu rnwrn. Col J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. W. P. WHITE. - .. .. . Phone 11. J. H. Baughman& Co. s. . ti&k-l.KM- . uw I fSSUiw