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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL i 0 XXXVlL HTANFOILD LINCOLN COUNTI KENTUCKY TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8th 1910 N 73 IVOLUME DEMOCRATS WIN I ALLOVER COUNTRY LANDSLIDE IN SAND TEN GOWRONGTHE RESULTS Associated PreaNdl5pateftet- fll ay ednod4y morning that a Demo enunhifrom iT 10 wnU In tin lower House of Con xrowi glvos thn DomocratB romplole Inrkorcnadldncy for speaker to succeed Cnn lion Tonnewe M tho only state mit of rupiibllciiiitKoIol IIIAjorUJoin A INx the democrat wn elect orf governor of New York by between 55000 nnd M004 nwjorltjr over R XMI vlt onndldato Stlrason llj rarrled IH Houtmatit governor and n treat mMY doinorratlc conjroMmpu with tim to victory Governor Jndnn Harmon wan re i +lefte l In Ohio ovo Ilardlntt the Ito I lwMic in nomln o by n inajorltr ol aboitsAtiO Tb Ute ticket goes in with him awl tho democrat claim th toglMtattirr wire rind havr many UFIPlIlloIIOI snIni WMMlittw Wilson fortnor prweldonl J n4unlngIof New Jersey b ya nb tamlat mi Jorltj Judge Baldwin whom ItiKwevelt bit terly attaekedfwon for governor oi tili Td flpubIIon br- 4kot six thousand mnjoritV- Wdwnrd Pose Democrat won a tiptendlrt victory for governor of Mawi n ebtuHt detestlpg tho present re mbll nn Governor Draper In Indlnnn tho dcmocmts have n sUtatuntinl majority for their legtila UllIa democratic congrcsnemn In both In diana and Ohio IN KENTUCKY Kentucky will send nine democratic xoiigreMmcn to Washington this fall n gain of one W J Field defeating tor fs assured There WOK n lUKe gain vioL LangleY republican squeezed 4 through In the Tenth by the use or a great corruption fund In Louisville the dcmocrUa swept both fcherlcy back to Congress and I elected Shackelford Miller to the Court of Appeals over Rlngham The fuslonlstx won In Lexington by a small majority Rankln carrlor FayutU1 over Cantrlll for Congress by about IWi majority Cantrlll won In bIt dIstrIct however by S700 major ity about onftthlrd the regular domw cratla majority 4 Helm An Easy Winner Lincoln county held up her end well In the democratic ranks and help the district to almost 2800 the soc od ftwvll Harvey Helms majority in ond tautest majority he has received which Is conlrtere very good this being un oflycar and little Interest taken In the election In this section Tho election passed off very quiet ly here At nevernl of the precincts In U o county the republican election officers failed to show up and others had to i t prcnsed Into service A fair crowd Rnihrmi in tho lay but the boys had mighty slim picking for neither side nnd any coin I I The majority In Lincoln will prob i ably go clone to 400 Untfnclal reports from the various night z gave the majorities in cijcb as follows For HMm Miller Stanford No 1 485- Stinfoid No 2 J46 I Stanford No 3 1Bt- X Stanford No4 121 61 J22Huhtonvllle Turncrsvllle 7 McKlnney J 65 Crab Orchard 2 prect 35 Highland I 17 4w 52 Helms majority 1387 In the Eighth The majorities wlhch Congressman Helm received In the Klgnth district counties sending him back to Join the happy democratic throng arc unotllclal ly as follows Helm Miller Midcrson 450 Doyle 33J- Jessamine 300 Lincoln 387 Spencer 1 425- Morcer 1330u A Madison 150 Rockcastlo 200 Garrnrd 24 Shelby 785 Totals 3030 374 Helms majority 2656 Golden Wedding- TO OF CELEBRATED DY COL AND MRS ROUT SUNDAY Col mid Mrs John W Rout will cilbrtite their golden wadding an nfvoirmiry nt their homo hore next Sunday They were married In Monroe enmity Missouri on Nov 13 sou and soon after itiovod to Ken tucky whore thoy have lived since cud raised a large and popular fami ly- ol lnb Mrs Rout are beloved by nil und will have tho heartiest con etutulattons upon this happy ocrns Ion Epidemic in County IS MATRIMONIAL FEVER WITH MANY MORE AFFECTED Ilio matrimonial rover IH still very upkittiilc In Stanford nnd Lincoln count and vevernl vddlnmt nre sold t U bo irinniHHl for the near fiture In nddltKin to those forecasted In thu last IMUO of tr j I J nnd concerning which hiinilredu of suomes have been I OldA nopuUir yimnic bunlnriis nun of the cliv I Mill to Imvo Just adorned Itia nxgagoiaont ftngor of nn itttrac Live young maiden of town a very large and bountiful diamond ring The rngnftomont 01 AMlstant Cashier C Itajs Foster of lit State hank and Tenet Ccintmny to Mias Ijtlin It Nurkvbi of Plnevlll has already boon announoed Ono well known young Mlutumn or the city who tins itwwu on th turr for a number of stawnL and oncnped so far IInlCt1l1IM KM ronfhlml to friend tlut be U w mluic a email bag tf nwfootldn ubgut his nock lo kwi off the nmtrt HHi lil fever Th provalonee of nit mated was discussed by the dir MlHHri Iflnelipra last week and Prof Ireland sugsted tlat ht won think lo of omplcylnK guards tu prorent Inrohdk liy htUfi Dan CUpid upon hH BruithOh no one Is said to have txrliliied lurhan we nmy be able to catch Ime of the guards lIOirIi21J fl jjI5 jjuio jwurtd Wn her Monday and wet united lu marriage at the court hous by- Re UarUnd Singleton Char n Brown aged 22 and Mi ig Martha Lamb aged 15 secured license from County Clerk oopor and warn made one nt the house of the brides parents Mr and Mrs B F Lamb last Thursday They are a pop tar young couple and have benrty con eratulattons Buried at Lancaster MRS SUE LOGAN LAID TO FINAL REST LAST FRIDAY The funeral of Mm Sue Locnn who died at the home of her dnupihterln law Mrs R Ia Hubble on the l tncas tor pike took place last Friday alter noon the burial being In the cemetery at tancaster with appropriate sOy vices at the grave by Rev F J Tin der of tho Christian church Mrs Logan was the widow of the lite John W Logan ono of the best known citizens ot Lincoln county In his day She was born and reared In Lincoln and was 85 years of ago at the time of her death Foir children were born to her of whom Mrs IIJ ble U the only survivor Mrs Logan was n Mist Smith before her marriage and u member of a prominent family PUBLIC SALE Belnc compelled to go to Amonn I will offer for sale privately my farm of IGO acres on cutoff pike I 1 2 miles south of Danville and Stanford pike known as the G R Engleman placo onFriday December 2nd 1910 ut 10 A M The farm hllll on It an excellent fcousa ot 12 fiKiina com paratively now all necessary outbuildings 3 barns good tenant house nod fencing Is nearly all new number ot never falling spring nil In blue raM nnd clover except 41 acres which Is sown In wheat and rye Live Stock At the same time I will dispose ot one registered saddle mare 9 years old In fonl to S T Harris King Eagle two good family mares subject to register both to All Peavlne 1 good westein mare good driver 1 splendid work mulo 6 years old 1 good suckling mute 81 extra mountain ewes bngslGJersey cow fresh shorthorn cow fresh three yearling heifers 1 2 year old steer FEED Five stacks of clover bay 1 of limo thy 75 barrels of corn 300 or 400 shocks of fodder etc FARM IMPLEMENTS Consisting of one mower I binder 2 harrows 2 turning plows 1 cultl vator 2 double shovel plows plow harness 1 buggy 1 sot of buggy her ness farm wagon 1 now 3 horse wheat drill fertilizer and grass seed attachment etc also loHpf Plymouth tock chickens and white Holland tur keys Terms easy ROBERT F SCUDDER i Stanford Iy R F D No 2 1 pair coming three year old raaro mules well broke 1 pair 6 year old mare mules 1 family mare 3 year old saddle mere pony colt 1 yearling gelding I two year old gelding LANCASTER NEGRESS ARM CRUSHED OFF HORRIBLE ACCIDENT TO EM PLOY OF LAUNDRY OTHER GARRARD NEWS Lancaster Nov 8 Hanniili Fnulkrier wife ol June Fnulkror a colored Iran of town met with a moil horrible occident white iiBslgtlng nt the Lancaster laundry on Friday One of ner arns was caught In the mnchlnory and badly rushed the flesh being lorn oriHhc was- taken to the hospital nt once and It M thought nlio would r covoi from the accident hut on 8undi she died about IIt0I1 U wn supposed TrOni the toveti inOiK fifle had xeE calved fhe Teachers A tllimel Saturday afternoon nt Antlqch In lower Gnrrard A program was pre I lrlll for the occasion Dr and Mrs A S Moffctt n Leba ton have announced the engagement ot their daughter Miss May Craig loffett to Hev Crawford Crensham of DeWitt Ark The brld0 elect is a frequent vIsitor of tar sister Mrs Toles Walk r of this county Her father Dr Moffttt was pastar of the Presbyterian church at lnlnt Lick several year ago The remains ol Mr J K llasclden were brought here Friday und Intorwl In the ijmcaMcr cemetery Mr llaoel iln wni accidentally klllsd by n dr llvory apon running inai his buggy throwing him out killing him Instant ly The decoflfxd wai a resident of Iancacter for many years Besides a widow and several children he leavoc one brother Mr Samuel Hanel don of nrrtnuvlllp- W B Purtou shipped a car load ol zAnies to Wilson N C V A Lear xhlpiHHl h car triad of hogs to the Queen City market Deputy sheriff C A Robinson shipped ix oar load of AWl and a ear load of Jamlm to Cincinnati A bwih xicuplod by Charley Ow ens and family n colored man or tile town was entirely consumed by fIre tupfrther with nil thu furniture and Iho s3 of 11111 wfr nml cTitlafen lir i1 burned the Misses UIM tsnturialned the soy lag circle at their handsome home on Stanford ttrpt Mr Jiiin Mi N Denny one of Oar rnllrs thriftiest rnnnorll sold 6 COW for 1500 Five to Mr A C Carr of Mlddlcstxiro and 1 to Mr Uuckcr hiss Katie lee Denny entertained the Embroidery Club Friday after noon Rev Patrick Davis a noted Metho dtst trlnlstor Is holding a revival at MoKlndreo church near town Young Mr Pendleton 17 years of agc living on Sugar Creek met with quite a painful accident while pasolng under nn npple tree being trUck by a falling limb He narrowly escaped a suMden end tragic death Tho Young Women Missionary cir cle met Sunday afternoon at the Christian church Wed at tie home of her parent Mary Hello Parks the little year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Parks of this county Her death came alter a short illness of croup and pneu monia The Mary Walker Price Chapter 01 the 1T DC met with the Kato Mar THon Rrocklnrldgo Craptcr of Dan uile 01 Monday Not 7th The members of the Middle Urn household on Richmond street who have been so III of typhoid lever arc nil recovering Litter F M Tinder was called to Scotts fork Sunday afternoon to preach tho funeral of Mrs Mary Os torn 11 e 18 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs E Osborn the Paptlst congregation occupied lie court house Sunday for services as their furnace was out of fix and had to bo repaired Information has reached here of the herlouK Illness of Senator W O Urad Icy While on A boat going from Dow ling Green ho was taken suddenly III ol acute Indigestion and was haet ned Immediately to ontof the hospitals Ills friends lucre at his old boyhood home hope to hear soon that he her entirely recovered from his Illness K It Ilatson was In Louisville last week with his son Homer W Batson Mrs John A Stoomes Is In Loving too for a visit to her cousin Mrs Ar thir Hubbard Mrs Mattie Frisble Is Mulling Mr and Mrs W C Price of Dantllle Miss Ethel Hilton of Stan lord was the week end guest of her idsier Miss Susie Hilton Mrs Ann Robingon Is In Missouri visiting rein lives Miss Holtle Drown has return ed from a visit to relatives in Kansas and Missouri Sirs Ueorge husk in at home niter n visit to Mrs Robert Hughes of Louisville Mrs George Oruce of New York has been with her sister Mrs James A Hoyston Mrs visited Stanford the lat navb1IIISchool at Richmond arc expected soon to visit Elder and Mrs F M Tinder Mr and Mrs George lloi lni on of Dan vllle were with Mrs Rebecca West the first of the weekIMnny school constipation which is often the cause of teeming stupidity nt lessons I chamberlains Stomach and IIver Tablets nre an Ideal medicine to give 1 child for they are mild and gentle la their effect and will cure oven chronic constipation Sold by Pen nys Drug Store NOVEMBER TERM OF CIRCUIT COURT PRESENT GRAND JURY EXPECT IED TO GO AFTER BLIND TIGERSTHE DOCKET The November term of the Lincoln efrcult court convened hurl Monday 1Walktrwas empanneled and charged and bpeedlly got down to business There Ib a tip out that there Is to bo some trong action taken by the present lIgersIniiiy into Stanford every lay by express tt both negroes and white men U to bi takmi cognizance of It It Is said ond onie action Is expected from tho roHont Inquisitorial iody Judo Walker delivered a compre liuimlvo charge to the grand Jury touching on mobs gatiiblln violation lit the election law In view qf the election on Tuesday nail the blind tiger evil TIm members ot the grand and petit juries are as follows Grand luryH B King foreman R A Mlddleton A C Sine Joe Sexton W C Floyd D M Anderson Cook Allord 1 C Hundley L O Hubble C b Lyon Petit JtiryE Wilkinson U A Brown Otis Newland H II Singleton J O NPII W C Cummins F F Cum ulii8 lillHi Griffin J C Singleton SaUl MMIiimy F N Sims F N Ku IwnKV II Bryan W G Murphy J t1 CrlfMii P K Deck Jas McCormack W D Walls W It Dlltlon S P Shoop J W Williams W H Mur Ilihy B Givens and S M Owens Tno court odjourned early without the Comomvenlth against Arthur Gooch charged with murder of Cam Gooch his stepfather In the Turners tllle cestlon woveral months ago Oooch 1ms been confined In tho conn ty Jail without bond The court adjourned early without mitering Into the ease Adjournment 1111 tekfti until Wednesday morning on account of tIll election Tuesday There is a big docket for the pros int turin ot court there being a long list of Indictments and a number of civil suits several of them heinz di orco suits The docket for the pros ent term U made up as follows EQUITY OLD 1 J W James vs A S Ferris etc 1 Clara V Gibson vs W Broaddus a M V Slgler vs J D Buchanan 4 J T Ienvell gdn vs Allle M Powell etc C Matlnda Hays vs John Gray G Salllc Stuart vs Zilch Stuart 7 11 C Feland vs W B Feland 8 Annie S PoXor TB C Singleton 9 J H CaiWs Wm Martin 10 II J McRobcrta ye J SC Jackman 11 M 8 Baugbman adror vs J F Cummins 12 W L Weller Son vs J D Car penter 13 Farmers Home Ins Co vs J W Acton 14 J II Albright vi Thou Denny 1C G W Singleton vs H H Logan etc 16 B D Holticlaw vs H H Logan etc 17 Martha McCormack VI Kate Gl7ens 18 Overton Adams vs J T Wells IK Farmers Home Ins Co vs N A Gamer etc 20 Chas Reid vs Annie Dayton etc 21 N B Hay TS isle Brarkett 22 J F B G Cover VI O W Carson 23 Mary Whttley br etc by Jas Clar 24 A B Foleys hrs vs A B Foleys bra 13 W T Stephenaonn adror vs W T StepUcnsons heirs 2fi First National Hank of Stanford vs W R Jones 27 W K Buchanan vs J 8 Henry etc 28 T J Ballard vs W J Walker 29 J M Phillips vs Joe Uplhuxrore 30 Lo Loveland vs F M Ware 31 M V Slgler vs Wm Cole etc 32 O J Crow s hrs vs O J Crows ndnr T 3 Fannie Hutcbeson by etc vs Ruth Jones etc 34 R K McMtillen etc VI Jackson Me Mullen 35 Farmers Home Ins Co vs E F Halley etc 36 fiE Owaley vs J E Farils 37 J R Edmleton vs S M Holmes etc- g Annla Landy vs Rifle ft Jones Sb Callle H White v N J Horton lAckeyn etc 42 U S Fidelity Guaranty Co vn W J Edlmlston 43 tJppVheirs44 Thos F Johnson va fMD Hurney 45 Mrs J F Holdam vs M B James 47 Maggie H Wheat vs Lena Burgess 48 F F Uobbltt vs Malinda Miracle 49 Maggie 8 Owsley vs Mary A Wallace etc 50 Wm Adams vs J T Wells El Goo Severance etc vs Earl Rlmpson M W M McOuffey vs L Long etc 53 McClelland Thompson vs Berry Howard 54 F P Bishops admr TS Josiah Bishop etc RlffesI09 Jennie G Lane etc vs J F untie wood 111 Minerva Mlddleton vs Josephine Scott Cl City of Stanford vs J B Owsley C2 J B Owaley va City or Stanford 63 Mary B Bright vs Wm Bright State Bank 8 Trust Co va Dudley 164 Annie E Dunn vs F M Dunns hrs 66 Fred Ktasllng gdn vs Fred Von 67 W D Ranson vs H II Logan 68 J n Bryan Rdn etc vs Elwood Totten etc 69 8 H Baughman vs R K Thompson 70 MayJones71 O O Perry vs G W Phillips 72 Nathan Singleton heirs vs Martha Singletons hrs 73 J L Sloan vs J N Sloan 74 A11 red Russell vs Newman Patton 70 Willow Springs Distillery Co vs M L ood etc 76 Laddislaw Bachnlzer vs hell Plum flier liachenczer 77 Lurlos Perkins vs W J Edmlston 78 O A Faulkenbury vs Martha Paul conbury 79 C It Uolomnn VB J H Baughman so J It Cook VB 11 J Justice etc fcl Moses Stuarts hrs vs Moses Stuart heirs 82 Mattie Yocum vs O C South 83 Geo Burton etc vs Geo horton etc 84 J K Robinson vs L C WIthers- l Silllo D Morelnnd vs Vm Moreland 86 S H Baughrann vs Jag Thompson 87 Mary J Hays vs John hays 118 Addle Yates vs John Yates 89 G W Shelton vs Geo Hopkins liO Kinmltt Wilkinson va Bottle Wit kinson HI J R Powell vs G A Coffey 92 W T Adams admr vs Ueo Adams 93 JHCnrter etc vs Martha Hampton 94 Clark Brown vs Kruegor Son J5 Mrs L M Goodnight vs J H Raney etc DC Addle Rlblnson vs Porter Robinson l 7 County Board of Education vs T J 11111 Sheriff 98 Thos Johnson vs F Dlshou etc Equity Appearances 1 July Qrlflln vs Arment Grilfln 2 JamesiPorrester vs Susan Forrc 3 Jennie Dunn vs J C Dunn 4 Sally Adams vs Geo Adams 5 James Foster vs Susie Poster 6Murphy Actor vs RobU Fagley 7 Garr Scott Co vs W It Dllllon 8 Mlnle Turd vs vary Fl Hronaugh 9 Nannie Farris vs Gao Farrls 10 CJulntella T ogsdon vs Elmer Logs don 11 M P Peacock vs Cora P Russell 12 Mary Adams VB Aaron Adans 12 Annie Rogers Powell vs Board Trustee Stanford Graded School 14 O W Wolch vs A B Miracle etc 15 Alice Kaufman cs L P Kaufman 16W G MoBees hrs vs W U McBcea heirs 17 Nannie W Kitchen cs Charles J Kitchen Jr IS Comlth of Ky vs B P Martin 19 John Jackson vs Richard Wilson etc 20 Ella Taylor Bodin etc vs Clifton Taylor 21 Annie Stoner vs Robt Stoner 22 Mattie E Eads etc Vs Pharola Hammond etc 3Jeb Cachs admr vs J J Durham 24 Robt Paragan vs Wm Landgraf 25 J C Lynn vs Dave Peyton etc 16 T W Hutcheson vs F M Long etc ORDINARY OLD NOV TERM 1910 1 F O Carson vs C N 0 T P Ry 2 M B Carson vs same 1 N H Kirkpatrick vs same I C It Slaughter vs same i Pearl Daniels vs same 6 Annie Land vs same Arthur Hoguea admr vs same 8 B Reynolds admr vs same 9 1 W Gooch by etc vs same 10 J W Wilson vs same 11 Samuel Cace vs same 12 Karl Carter by etc vs same 13 S E Dwsley vs L N Ry Co 14 W O Mulkey vs aamo IB Annie Gayer vs J F Oover 16 Glass A Johnson vs J G Watt 17 A Horton vs J U Hertzog IS G R Ferguson vs W A Hunt 19 WHRouts admr vs Wm Moreland 20 Alex Cooper vs Henry Hester 21 A K Kirkpatrick vs E FJJalley etc 22 Jane Hutchison vs E 0 hooch 22 Richard Foley vs Ira logan V4 J G Gastlneau va Sam Grime 25 F F Bobbltt vs W O Watts 26 Chicago Mercantile Co va S R William 27 Mc Feland vs Thos Sims 28 B D Holtzclaw vs Wm Cordier ORDINARY OLD 29 Ed Sweeney vn L k N Hy Co SO D C Qrlffln vs J L Anderson 31 Susie Sngleman vs United Brothers of Friendship 32 F F Bobbltt vs M B James 33 L D Harney vs Rogers 34 Dr Steele Bailey vs John Uorton tr H B Moon vs Ed Scott etc J6 Boyle Nat Bank vs N M Bucnan an etc 37 leo Miller vs J B Camenlsbi 38 W C Shanks vs City of Stanford 39 Home Ins Co vs D C Slpple 40 Yates Smith vs J W Acey 41 H J McRoberts vs J H Carter 42 Willow Springs DIst Co vs W O Speed 43 H C Neal va Rice Benge 44 John F Cover vs Jim McCormack 45 O M Barnes vs Wm Marks 46 South Express Co vs Ben lug 47 Crab Orchard Banking Co VB A C Dunn etc 48 Fannie B Thompson vs Phil B Thompson 49 Waynesburg Banking Co vs C W Stuart 50 A A Yocum vs Tom Gooch 51 O L Richards vs Rice Benge etc 52 Sau Castello va J R Beazley etc 58 G W Adams vs W T Adams etc i 4 General Floyd VI Cleveland Floyd 35 Reno Stephens vs Will Montgomery 5R John Baugh va D A Baugb 57 Garland Singleton vs Louisville Tin 6 Stove Company 58 Garland Singleton vs Louisville Tin Stove Company 59 James McCormack vs C J Slpple 60 James McCormack vs C J Sipple 61 Lexington Coal t Coke Co vs E U Gixch 62 J G Irvin vs eBtle Broaddus 63 J R tTptbegrove vs C N 0 T P Ry Co 54 M H Moore vs J M Carter etc 17 K Knieger etc vs county of Lin coin 28 8 H Shanks vs Janice Duddcraf etc 9G W Carter etc vs Lincoln lounty Fiscal Coart I COMMONWEALTH OLD 1 1 vsJohn 1 2 Same vs same No23 Same vs Wm Humphrey 4 Sauna vs Ed Lear i5 Same vs Ethel HAyden etc 6 Same vs W J Edmlston No 1 ti 7 Same vs Same No 2 8 Same vs Mack Cloyd 9 Same va Noah Arnold 10 Same vs Jako Penman H Same vs Chas Delaney 12 Same vs Wm Dalton lil Sano vs Joe Hayden 14 Same vs Virgil McKinzle 15 Same vs Sada Pennington 16 Same vs Clara B Neat 17 Same vs David Harnny 18 Same vs John Brunlsh No 1 19 Same vs same NO2 20 Same vs Same No 3 21 Same vs Arthur Turner 22 Same vs Frank Srrlth etc 23 Same vs John Lee 24 Same VB Lou Penman 25 Same vs Oslo Bliss 2l Same vs Emll Bliss ij Same vs Jim Tall t 28 Same VB Charles SunUe 29 Same vs Logan Phillips tO Same vs Robt Lee 31 Same vs Orley Mason 32 Same vs Yank Mlddleton etc 33 Same vs Wm Monks 24 Same vs Arthur Gooch J6 Same vs Alvin Floyd i6 Same vs Robt Ellison No 1 13H1I Ht41 Sane vs J W Acoy 42 Same vs Edward Lillard 43 Same vs Perry Ellison COMMONWEALTH APPEARANCES 1 Commonwealth vs las Lee etc 2 Snnii vs Fred Boyer ctc No 1 3 Same vs Same No2 4 Same va sine No3- S Same vg same No 4 6 Same vs same No5 7 Same vs Irene Burton j 8 Sale vs Wm Dalton 9 Same vs Emmett Bliss 10 Same vs Wm Cirtls Uit14 Same vs J U Hertzogi15 Same vs Mrs John Traylor 16 Same vs Fred Boyer etc No6 17 Same vs same No7 IS Same vs same No8 19 Same va same No9 I 2u Sames Green Gdt21 Same vsDunler Padgetti 422 Same vs Charley Reid 23 Sauce vs Ever Mack 1 J 24 Same vs John EnglemanS s 25 Settled 26 Same vs Will Huffman 27 Same vs B D Carter 28 Same vs leo Stntum 29 Rule SiO Same vsi Dense Craig forft bond APPEALS 1 1 C N O T P R R Co vs Mur phy Acton 3 same vs same Ii E P Foster vs John B Foster admr Iii CJ Ripple YB J B Jones 68 Sueelo Singleton vs C N O t T P R R CO 67 M U Murphy vs G A Walter etc 68 A B Miracle VB Robert Robins 59 E C Jordan vs A B Morgan 70 Oeo Statum vs C N O tc T P- It R COW S Wlgham VB J Mat Brown Wm Gutman vs L N Ry Co L D Harney vs Hamburg Breme Insurance Co APPEARANCES 1 Wm Severance vs James Duddemr 2 R W Smith Vs C N O T P R K Co 3 National Bank Hustonvilla vs L C Dunn i 4 tam vIII B Floyd a F S Hensley Vs H B Howard 6 P Henstey vs Berry Howard 7 W O Walker vs L N It It Co 5 John Traylor adrnr vs John Traylor hrs 9 Eugenia Dunn vs L C Dunn 10 Mrs M M Dunn vs L C Dunn 11 D C Burchfleld vs James Holuan etc 12 Currv Tunis 4 Norwood vs A Lucsi 13 W E Perkins VB Berry Howard 14 Mr Hell Conley VB Curtis Egbart lu S M Owens vs W B Goode 16 J 3 Foster admr vs Thomas Motcalf 17 W R Dllllon vs Thomas Boone 18 N McCarty vs L C Dunn 15 Daly Singleton B P Martin Floyd and Bohr vs Wm Hoskinji 21 H H Logan vs liens Falls Incur ance Co VS 22 Mrs W L Ward vs Geo Lunsford ole 23 II H Logan etc vs Kentucky Growers Insurance Co 24 A B Hastln vs Berry Howard 25 0 G Speaks vs city Stafford S6 E B Caldwell t C N OT T P R R Co k Must Leave Coraty TLTERNATIVE GIVEN BUNCH FROM MASONS GAP leaveLincolnJones nnd Lee Jones and Luther Da via were released upon their trfal boo wtekflllYstealing rails anti other devilment MainsGapcome a very bad reputation In their community Virgil Davis another member of the gang was put under the same ban but biora ho hi vlll have to serve a 15 day senIweaponsThese 1 the bloodhounds led elide the burning of thip tenant house on M 8 Bnugl1f I mans place a few weeks ago J I r tlSDAYir1QVEMRER ttJi 191 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL = Z I l TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eatablisbed 1872 I HELTON SAUFLEYPubUhcr VBRY TUESDAY AND FRIEA I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge The Interior Journal Is authorizeI to announce Charles A Hardin as n candidate for Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial district at the t lection to be held November 1911 i subject to the action of the Demo r The Danville Advocate which hot ly denounces Liliard as the traitor ithathe li at the ume he vote i against the democratic nominee for f United States Senator now in telllnj prIi t enmity caused Liliard to vote against Beckhnra and for Bradley Nobody will wallow such stuff Ltl lard told the democrats who electee him that hc would vote for Heckham accompanied Rcckbaui on n speaking tour in Boyle when Beckham ipok for him accepted Beckhnms money in hie campaign fund when the IdgiN lature lint convened told Beckhair and his friends that he would not vote for him Personal Enmity Rot Why has the Advocate gotten 110 colt on the subject Let it look over the flies and see what it said Itself at the time Liliard played the Iscar lot act The Benton TribuneDemocrat way down in Marshall county in western Kentucky is another paper which fa yore a direct primary nominations law for Kentucky advocated by theI 4Interior Journal several weeks j And at the T D also we must have these truly democratic funda jmentals the hlnltiative and the soon er bettor for Kentucky 1 Roof Fell On Him W F BALLARD BADLY HURT IN PREACHERSVILLE SECTIONI Prenchersvllle Nov 8th While teat lOt down iv tenant hours on the farm oP E Parrish Mr W P Ballard was savory injure iy the walls giving away letting the roof drop like a trap Luckily Mr Mallard was in such a position that the rat ters and Joists of tbe building by falling lengthwise by the s1da ot his body kept hlm from being mashed to death Instantly By the utmost effort Mr Bollard managed to relieve him self by getting Into a more bearable position but by so doing be severely bruised his shoulder Calling to Mr Parrish and the other workmen that r hoxad not hurt much he patiently waited until additional aid could be secured When taken out it was found that the Injured man was badly hurt his right hip being crushed and sundry bruises with chances of In ternal Injuries Mrs G W Spangler of UHffln Station raised some good sized squashes In her garden this season ti The vine was 60 feet In length and bore a large number of the fruit the three largest weighing 31 44 and S6 pounds each Hon J L Kennedy went to trab orchard and met Hon Hugh Miller republican nominee for congress from tnis district and accompanied that gentleman to Sugar Grove Stanford and Lancaster where the dear voter received a hearty hand shake Miss lla Pettus Is at home for n week The Crab Orchard graded school has dismissed on account o he leur of scarlet fever becoming opldeinlc two cases reported ht press eat lass Pettus teaches the primary gradeMrs R C Kimball and little son Hurmon of Crab Orchard were visiting Mrs J M Cress Kcv nnd Mrs J E Roberts were wrrlrltJd at the Methodist parsonage one night Jast week with a storm pound party The good parson and his wife were almost pounded to i death and their lardEr was well supplied with substantial and dainties Kev J H Thornton of Honaker Va la conducting a series of meet lags at the Bqptlst church each even The services will probably con 1tlnue some time Prof J D Thorn ls charge of the singing with Miss Emma Holtzclaw ns organist The singing and music are quite a j feature of the exercises DOCTORS SAILED RESTORED BY PERUNA Catarrh of the Lungs- Threatened Her Life Uaa Ninette Porter Bralntree Vermont writes I have been cured by PerunaI several hemorrhages of the lungs The doctors did not help me much and would never have cured me I SAW a testimonial in a forum almanac of a case similar to mine ant 1 commenced using It I was not able to watt on myself when I began using It I gained very slowly at first but I could see that it was helping me After I had taken it a while I com mcuccd to raise up a stringy lUcky substance from my lungs This grei lees and less in quantity M I continued thetreatmentI fleshy than I had beet for a long time and now I call myself well Miss Annie Bartles of Griffin Station was the guest if the MlMM Croushorn near Goshen Mist Emma Holtzclav visited her pupil Miss Alta JJcAllster at her pretty country home near hero Mrs Jo McCIary of Stanford with Mrs Lauretta lUaU und Miss Bessie Hiatt or Uockca tf were guests of Mrs Susan Cress Miss Ina Robers and brother George uf Hubble were guests of Mr and Mn r Y Shaw Miss Lucile Mallard hat been sick R L Smith of Hlatt ky was with J M Cress and wife Miss Eder Bartles was visiting Mrs Mason Holtzclaw Mr Frank Lynklns who has hen ill of typhoid lever It much beta Rev J H Peace of Femdale Ky Is rmlsting Rev Wm Mack Hutchins at Freedom in a protracted meeting Tho prospects for a successful meet ing ale fine Rev Peace Is an excellent divine While driving home one night with Mr Harman Scbastln nftrrchurchRev Hutchins nnd the men were turned over by someone driving swiftly into their vehicle This occurred In Garrard It was a narrow escape David Anderson Sr of the Sweeney section of Garrard had about half his small crop of tobacco stolen ofI few nights ago Mrs J II Cummins sold a pair ot mules to R B Sherman of Monti cello Kla for 260 W T Smith of Lexington has been failing his sister Mrs Tinsley Spoonamofe William Russell little son n Mr and Mrs J 0 Spratt is ill of pneu monlaISure Cure T would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles writes Mrs R E Mercer of Frozen Camp W Va I have no med icine equal to Cardui I had suffered for about four years Would have headache for a week at a time until I would be nearly crazy I took Car dul and now I never have the headache any more 153 1 =I Take CARDUI The Womans TonIc The pains from which everymonth Its not safe to trust to strong drugs right at the painsBetter Cardul for a while before and after to strengthen the system and cure the cause This is the sensible the scientific the right way Try it i r OOO 1 Beech Nut Sliced I I Breakfast Bacon I- w J Beech Nut Peanut Butter fe I iBeech Nut Orange Marmalade Nut Lemon Marmalade zBeech Nut Grape Jelly I Beech Nut Crab Apple Jelly 2WM H HIGGINS I I 1 Stanford Kentucky J lF I e fEfllOAE fiNAtfIFNiIII Ei 11 Id Jfj I a NMAXfII II I ftdria 4Rpt hq belr i I1 nnby I II t a 4 M Mwciarf 1 Robbers entered the side window of Mr T1 Kings storehouse and robbed the store and postoffice of HJ They left behind them a yaw and an old key Tho hounds were sent for ad the robbers were trailed to Danville ticket office The singing school taught by Prof Cdliboll now In progress at the Chris tlon church Is rousing great Interest The plane used Is furnished by Freeman Furniture Company It is for sale anyone Interested apply to tho ladles Aid Miss Minnie Shannon of Bellevue Ky Is visiting relatives here I Mm G A Stivers and little grand Laughter Elizabeth Bryant of Buechel Ky ore guests of Mrs T A King Mr and Mrs B B King were culled TI lad Robert Hays son of George Hays whlin gatherings hickory nuts last morning fell from the tree find broke his neck and lived about two hours He was burled Sunday afternoon at oclock Mr O Young aged 88 died nt his homo night his wife Mrs Is the only remaining member of the family The protracted meeting will begin nt tho Christian church next Sunday morning Tho old old story told times with out number and over and- over again for the last 86 years but It Is always welcome story to those In search of health There nothing- In the world thnt cures coughs and colds an quickly au Cough Remedy Sold by Drug Store 1QACO GROWERS Beginning SATURDAY NOV 12th I will buy and receive Tobacco at my i i neW warehouse in Stanford 1 Will be in Stanford on Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturdays of each week At Paint Lick on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays W PeKINCAID RURAL TELEPHONESMR FARMER Make homo modern for your family as ice residence and yourcelfln position to get the latest market quotations at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone which you and your neighbors can get for sum that la small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct to leadquarters Nashville Team for information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service we can immediately interest you Our lint cover the States of Kentucky Tennessee Misnseippi LouiiianA and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL tTEL CO IKX nrOJtATKD k rtlf d r M = STATE BANK TRUST CO I STANFORD KY r KAa Rsd K STOCK 950000 Officers President aW L McCarty Vice PresldentjMi G L Penny S Rice D Eadi CashIer J W Hutcheson Assistant Cashier C Hays Foster II r WE CORDIALLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS r M B r iIi JH KENNEDYRICHM- OND a KENTUCKY Will be Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County Friends and Ac qualntances REPRESENTING PETER BURGHARD OF LOUISVILLE WILL BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF M ONUMENTS AT REASONABLE ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION the Lincoln 0oumy national Dank Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 6000000 SURPLUS 5006000 RESOURCES 34000000 S HSHANKS PRESIDENT W M CASHIER J m PAXTON VICEHR8aENTENTER BOOKKEEPEREBTER ASST CASH if l DIRECTORS W O Walker Stanford In Shanks Stanford B Paxirii Slant M WJI Trarijr JliOirr Creek Geo Vf Carter Stanford it L Bubble ancaslcrr A T Nunnolty Stanford W H Shaiki Stanford Lllburn Gooch Gilberts Creek W IL Ciimiu rncbcruWo T C Rankln IJO caster FIRST NA STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 215 00 Combines Absolute Safety with Satiafad r Service Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICER I S Hocker President- S Harris VicePresident H C Baughman Cashier W W Saunders Bookkeeper J Ii Harris Bookkeeper U I t nr wr WIJl1am Saturday 3 Tuesday Young repeated n is Chnmorlalna Pennys as a a service a CAPITAL J J PRICES Of BRIGHT J TIONALBANK DIRECTOR F Reid J H Baughman MD Elmore J M Fettui H C Baughman J F Cummins S T Harris no C Robinson- E C Walton J S Hocker W H Mnrpbjf1 Ii 1 MENS i Furnishings We want to remind you of the tfsmaller things we have for you P UnderwearI- n Union or Separate Suits 50c to 300 the SUItfSUSPENDERS 25c to 250 rGARTERS 10 cents to 250 I SOCKS 10 cents to 150 DRESS SHIRTS 100 to 150 t WORK SHIRTS 50c to 250 28qNEOKTIES I WORK GLOVES 10c to 100 DRESS GLOVES 50c to 200 COLLARS 10 1212 and 15c SUIT CASES 3 to 15 TRUNKS 250 to 10 OVERALLS 25c to 1- HANDKEROHIEFS50 to 50 OVER GATERS 25c to 50c I LEGGINGS 50c to 150yLet us show you 1 H J McRoberts r G L Penny R It Coffey K R Golem School Supplies For the Kindergatten or thellligh School for all grades We have the SCHOOL SUP PLIES neededStationery Pencils Pens Rulers TablctsIBooksl Fit the children out satisfactorily fit them out here and save money 4 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky JLBeazleyCo H Uadertakerf and Embalms en Alto Dealers in Fur allure Matting Rugi They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Price Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Denier in and Manufacturer of Marble and Cranlto Monuments Mnrkeri and Posts Ofmeter7 and Law Vases and Hetteei Omce and works Me Kinney ICy CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can lurnlih the public with the bet ai wU III tbeTrvibeit of cut Ooweri plants of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on ibort notice Also make a specialty ol wreaths for for funeral purPose In connection with the Above I have all klndt of vegetables on band at reasonable prloee OllR18TMAN OUKEN IIOUHEH ED UDBBAHD IBOK Htanlord X7- A Wa Ae TRIBBLE I Furniture and Day UntJertakingi I Night 1Stanford KenturKy iT1tTel d U ItlontodoallklndeWs are in of con inch al Block Work InTfmentionDCi act we can make say blnr train a home down to A tens poet Wo can serve you promptly mod uaraDtH nriloliiwork and ma erlal Jail and gt our prtMi before you buy your iu VerUI at least PHILLIPS BROS I Stanford KyI I FreshOysters SERVED IN ANY STYLE rl W iF n Ib- mNi T WINI 1T Carsons Rcsfaurait i we A CARSON Prop t n 1 ITUESiAYk NOVEMIlKfl Stn WO THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALPAUE flttISpecialSuit Values I 4 If you come at once you can have choice of these Special Offerings 1 995 v t T iI4We will sell you a Tailored Suit ihaiusually Veils at SH60 to 1360 Special Price OOa V 1495 t For Choice of a Swell Line of Suits In new rough materials worth WgjMo 18fiO Special price 1105 1995 SpeciaPrtI SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky I Special fountain pent for school uoo 76 cenU U and 125 at Pennys Drug Store rPERSONALS 1 r Mr Hubert Carpenter spent Sun day In Crab Orchard Mrs J H Singleton of Wnyninqurif IB the miest of her daughter Mrs C Q Oooch AlhdaryGeorges I I CpjflnKton Jolv JIf S J EmbYy Tjh continues qulh III at bis home on Lancaster J W Ireland was In Clncln IIror Saturday on business AVill Severance has gone to jherbmtlleiprominent young lady of Shelby VtylUqm Mitts n young pliarmaclst ol hay taken n position In 1Cnnyfc Urujr Store AtlornAv Robert Hardlnr W J Price John W Rawllngs Hmmett Par Uncby of Danville J IL- Tonitnaen And J Eo Robinson of Lan ciuter attended the opening of court t t MondayJohn Knglemnn went to Lexington Monday to site niter his stable of trot err with which he has had muth sac trees the plllt season Mrs T T Walker arrived Monday I and Is tho guest of Mr W O Wal t ker and family She Is enrouto to her OJtloJt10 at Paint Lick from loulnvlllo J W Gupst has returned home t to Crab Orchard after five weeks rent with his son Dr Guest and oth ur relatives In Louisville b Harry Stags of Knoxvllle spent govt rat days with the homefolks Mr t and Mrs Will Rlffe of llustonvlllu Came down to lee him Much Interest was felt here In the announcement by Dr and Mrs O P Nuckols of Louisville but temporar ily at Plneville of Ui cngagomont of their daughter Miss LnlU it Nuckols to Mr C Hayi Foster of this city The wedding will tko platy early In the vtw year Miss Nuckols is a very beautiful tlrl and UdJi often vriWd hue Mr Fouler Is the assistant cashier of the Suite Hank Trust Gomiiany K S Alcorn spent Saturday in Louisville on legal buslnow The renowned Clarence E Woods of Richmond took dinner hero Fri dayCol J K Holdatn of Crab Orchard wns down for n abort tlmo Friday shaking bands with his many friends John D Bnbbage Jr representing the American Type Founders Company of Cincinnati was here Friday night MM Susie Tbompon returned to Mt Vernon Friday after a few days with her sister Mrs L H Hughes Miss Mollle Daughertr and Mrs J A Allen have returned home alter pleasant visit to Louisville Miss Hnlllc Drown of Lancaster passed through here Friday en route home uftcr n plcnisnnt visit to Mis souri and Knnsas friends Miss Mile Yantla of Lancaster attractive gucft of Miss Lottie Carson lust week Mr H Q Cnitchdeld has motto Lancaster and is milling for the Unrrard Milling Company Miss Jeanett Bennett of Louisville is the guest of Mr and Mrs John Kuglonmn for a pleasant visit Rev and Mrs Joseph Severance and children drove over from Frank fort In an Oldsmobile Friday and spent Saturday with his brother and their families here Mr Severance Is ranking a great success of his garage In the Capital City Mrs J 0 Carpenter and Miss Jose phine visited Mr and Mrs Jamie Onrp ntef and children at Crab Orch ard Sunday Mrs Amelia Crayrraft and Mrs Kllia Peterson have been the guests of Mrs Bcttie Phillips In Harrison county Mrs Phillips returned with them and is their guest here for a bhoit visit Cot W U VV Illlams the I Js most efficient Hustonvillo correspondent with his wife will return home this week from a pleasant stay In the south and will resume his Internal ln letters from the West End which huve been greatly missed during his absence Sues Mary L Ciaxon of Louisville Is the attractive guest of Miss Edna Camnitt at Hustcnvllle Accompan led by Jinny Ccamnltz and McKee Rifle they made a Jolly party bore Monday in Mr Illffes nutouobllo rn S OES 1 I UHjHHiQQQa HrH i HQ H Q a r I For Erybody and min W all J I lllli3 taoaiIHHHHIIIHII t iaaa QQ GalHt w I STYLES f I CUitU H UH H H n- J GO iI tihoes That Keep Your fC Feet Warm Drys k t LttbJ O H H H I R t t3 HQl H a nt n Cuin Wearenii f nSTANFORD I I KENTUCKY THIS STORE 18 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES 1 Lt t l fltrcroHM 1 I Miss lphf Trnyldr Is visiting 1I18 LexingtohMrs has delightfulthlldrenhllvotlVerf In lancaster Mrs At Uell Durnsldn of Lancaster arrived yet lerday to Viet h daughter Mrs Larry D JoncsTMonticollo Outlook Sir and Mrs George D Wearei went 0 Ixiulsvlllo a short vial TuesdayCol n Hruce isms able to go- otirand to the polls Tuesday mucl thoughtIIlMrs TH Rice was able to be out riding Tuesday Her broken ankle Is fqendlnfr nicely her mariy friend wlllbo glddto know SHORT LOCAL NEWS Keen Kmtcr meat cutters at W II lllgglns Fresh fruit at Coif y Coleman Ihouo 1U6 See the extra specialvalue In ladies suits at J3S5 JHJC and IIII- nt Severances ve deliver prooerles fruits eu immediately after order Phone 190 Coffey Coleman For 1Red roosters Mrs S M Helm Moreland Ky R R 1 NOTICE TAXPAYERS 1 will be at Crab Orchard Saturday Nov I9tn at Moreland Friday Nov 2Cth at Hustonvtllo Saturday Nov 2Cth to collect taxes The penalty goes on Dec lPl Meet mb on above dates and settle W L McCarty Sheriff Hun II ltoufieofdew Custle who married MUs Ann Shanks of this city has announced his candidacy for the State Senate tram the counties of Henry Oldham Trimble and Carroll For Balo Sotnl Red pullets and cockerels and Toulonse geeeo Apply to Mrs W J Edmiston Crab Orchard Ky 734p Heres something good for I J read ers The Cincinnati Post dally one your the Interior Journal one year and the Posts beautiful 1311 Wood laud Calendar all for 20 This of for Is good for both new subscribers nod old ones who renew The Caion day Is a Ixwuty while most everyone knows what the two papers are This Is a bargain Send your subscription to the Interior Journal at once Keen Kutter line of hardware nt W II Higgins For SaleFiveroom nnd all necessary outbuildings welL fenced Apply to Dud Holderman For Sale Brick nouse nnd two acres of land on Somerset street nice cottnpo on Hast Main street house and 25 acres on East Main and a house and flvo acres of land on Dan ville avenue Apply to Harvey Holm l The Fighting Parson one of the best shows seen In Stanford this soon I Inyed to a fair crowd Saturday night Tho show Is a high class comedy drama and kept the audience inter cried from start to finish and was liberally applauded The management of the Stanford Opera Houso are doing their best lo give the people clean and high class amusements and their efforts deserve more liber al appreciation than has bern shown In the way of attendance In the past Rev Jno A Kllngmnn of Cincinnati will preach each night this reek ex cept Saturday night at the church on Lancaster street Sermon begins at 715 Kverbody Invited Services will also he held each morning at 10 oclock SEE THAT NEW WARE IN JARDINIERS FERN DISHES ETC AT- NEWLANDS Miss Suslo Crump Aged 21 years died at her mothers home on the Tanner place near McKinney last reek after a short illnos of typhoid fever She wns n good Christian ilrl It is said nnd was liked by every one who knew her lUte mother is still confined to her bed by tho In juries received at the time she was lashed ty her husband who Was found dead afterwards and said to have killed himself The story of this family has been a tragic nnd pathetic one and they have the sympathy of everyone FOR SALE I Two story house 7 rooms 1 hall 5 porches nil necessary outbuildings including good barn two good well of water young orchard 7 acres of land nil In fine shape 1 tenant house Fine place for a physician in a good town and splendid community price J SBOO Apply to L R Hughes or W L McCarty e COME RIGHT ALONG If you are in need of winter goodsThe weather is fitting we have the goods and the prices are rea sonable Come while the assort ments are large Some of the desirable goods are scarce I tbldrymonths Parents of young chlldrc should ho prepared for it All UmJ Is I needed Is a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Many mothers arnever without It in their homes and It has never disappointed them Bold I by Pennys Drug store h Its mighty cold driving now Sour fine line of lap robes storm fronts carriage heaters and coal J C McClary r Mrs Jennie Carpenters Sandal school class of the Hustonvillo Chris Uan church will have an exchange or Wednesday before Thanksgiving Lost Gold locket shape of a heart conlnlts two ladles pictures and has monogram J W K engraved Also nand painted belt pin Return this office Reward At the sale at D S Carpcter nt Hustonville Saturdny Howard nnd Harry amnltr the famous barn ball pitchers bought the bulk of the town property offered by Mr Carpenter at u price of J2535 They later sold off ii portion of their purchase to Mr John J Allen for 1925 The Camnltz boys Fought the property for Invest ment and Improvement Both have great love for Hustonville their home nnd the town of their birth and are investing their savings from the din mond In West Knd property Lame back comes suddenly and Is extremely painful It Is caused by rheumatism of the muscles Quick relief Is afforded by applying Chant berlains Liniment Sold by Pennys Drug Store The Stanford High School foot ball team goes to Richmond on Saturday to play the eleven of the Eastern Kentucky Normal School An effort has been made to get the strong hrelkeld High School team of Niche asvlllo to come bore but they seem ifraid of the local boys For Sale10 shares of Hustonville rational Dank stock Apply at this nice e Stop stomach distress and all atom nch disturbance in live minutes byIi aklng Mtona tablets Only 60 cents I largo box guaranteed by G L Penn to euro Indlcestion or money back I The Presbyterian ladles will haven exchange and bazaar on Saturday lecoinlier 10th All are asked to con tribute liberally 100 Reward 100 one nedtn of this l8 r will H pieased to lath aft there U it 1taI t one ireaJcd dlKUC that IcIen e u btuI able to cure m aU IU IUtfllo and that IS Caurrb Caurrb Clue Y the onlr posture rune hOW Sown to te mfdletl lr urnlty Cmurtli t1llC a wwtltuUOMl aiKMe require a conjutu Cure a takes IIIUOIIa rnullr acting directly the blood lId raucous iurtseea ot the System tSeTtby dwltoytnn the aaoiMK of the dmeaw t and tttln the Mtlent nrenath by butldlns up the ronatlulloll and asrbt- nt uture In domt Its work The tor have 110 towh filth in lu cuwtrte pow rriVulltuyII2 one hundred PoUn lor any f are fend for Ilet of testimonials Address F J CHENEY k CO Toledo O Pond by all Dnwsliu 75c Take flails f mUy 1Ui rot conittptUaa stJulian tucker and Vernon Baker Ilwo prominent young formers of lien ry county hav0 been visiting Mr Lafe Morgan und his soninlaw Saint Ruck er in the Mllledgevllle section They tune to town Monday and paid the 1 J n pleasant call Mr Morgan Is the ttflclent oil Inspector for that section of the county and is one of the the most popular citizens in the com munity For Sale Twelve or fifteen old benches that came out of old court house will be sold Monday Novem ber 7th at 12 oclocV sharp at public outcry James P Bailey County Judge It is delicioUsly palatable agrees with the weak stomach contains the most soothln healing strengthening nnd curative elements Makes you well and happy Holllsters Rocky Mountain Tea 35 cents Tea or tablet Shu gars and Tanner Notice We have a saw mill for sale with 40horsepower bailer 30 hp engine a new saw mill for sale h cash bal ance In two four and six months with good notes Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky A tonic that favlooralcs both old and young For weak nervous men and women Every bot tie guaranteed Get I IDRHOAGS 1 tPENNV8 DRUG STORE 1i n 4 11 New Persian Silks W r Persian Silks are scarce You should have a Persian Waist ram J1 i meansSee c our offerings at 75C per yard 100 and 1M per yardt New Silk Waists fjj l vv rvTKi J 30loi We have some splendid models in Silk Waists in MessaKhes aaaSf 7 Miiai i Plaids I 4 tza1 Ii UO fa f1 Good stock of guns from 9fiOto 45 Uetf H Fords Hunting coats vests legging gunclennersJ W Burkeot5uhctton City was severely Injured while assisting In largebutcherand almott severed his left hand rhree arteries were cut and he al most bled to death before a physician could reach him l The Ladles Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will meet Friday HughReidIf you belch gas have heartburn or sour stomach you need Mfona It your stomach feels rebellious nIter n night of sociability two Mlona tab lets will hold It down where it belongs 50 cents G L Penny guaran tees them When a cold becomes settled in the system It will take several days treat iiient to cure it and the best remedy to use Us Chamberlains Cough Kerne dy Irwlll cure quicker thnn any other and also leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition Sold by Pennys Drug Store Lester OUannon will entertain the Junior and Senior classes of the Stan ford high school Friday evening with a German party Although the game tevr dots aC r l expIre unt h ltnof tViccH reports ftorrf oVer Lincoln Bounty aw Jtcrsund TaBHtft are 1I1k at ae tgreat rateC1 Thd hW1leWt vevIdet t heavy ietialtY for suck tttisesi great are bIvh t1ylb posted py lnsertithetr karaS auIthe Jnttfflbr Journal t t 11 CARD OF THANKS 1 wish toake this mpthp ot tfcsrtfc J Ing the friends atld ltgibors laarPreacheravllw nelghborh d for twit help and kindness etwwmfutf la OCr fathers last illniess J W BLvlNKiiNHHIK 1 + E y IIMIIIMRial IRiCLO- SING OUT SALE M i As I have to change cIUnoQt i M I will sell for the next 30 day R a full line of millinery M goods trimmings and dralM just purchased In the cltjs at prices astonlshlngjy low 17 ia I rItI iopportunityCORA S LIPPS- Hustonville Ky IIt1 Miltii iiiiiliR ir priceFURS J0 1887HN = I FOR SERVIDE t As usual we are showing thej Best Line of WORK SHOES the The Market Affordstr rf t l 1- W At W F WE PERKINSCRAB KENTUCKY 1 JIL R Hughes T W Humble W O Marti- nI NEW SILK I We have just received at Silks for I Iseveraldifferent shades to be used for waists and folds Price 1 from 50 cts to 150 yardI k I HUGHES MARTIN CO 1 Dry Goods Notions Shoes I STANFORD KENTUCKY L LI r r ra- oo1w ii 3 it J ttra r1 led o 4unlI- tlrsj t tatu prrsensgw iKJiiin amrieton J 1THESTANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8th 1UIO Je t IiI MEN WHO CARE Will do well to see our new line ol Fall and Winter Models in Suits and Overcoats They give Character and Prestige to the wearer They carry the stamp ofelegance II and refinement in every line They cost no more than the ordinary f New Fall Hats The Hat of course is a matter of be comingness The many good shapes we show this Fall make it an easy matter to meet any mans requirement as to Style Shape Color and Price n erflolxc- sI SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky u I e= t1 == = = l= iitM IAFULL LINE OFrCOAT SWEATERS j AND m U dwf ttlJ IA I i L L SANDERS I 1CrabOrchard Kentucky tj B I Diamond Edge Food Cutters Notice that we say Food Cutters not food macer ators nor choppers but Cutters The Diamond Edge Food Cutter actually cuts the food as clean as a pair of scissors cuts paper The Diamond Edge Food Cutter is so carefully adjusted that the toughest tendons In meat are cut clean A Diamond Edge Food Cutter turns with probably half the exertion required in other kinds as a result of this clean cutting principle It cuts meat into sausage shreds cocoanut cuts slaw also has a pulverizer attachment for making cat butter grinding pepper coffee etc The fastest cutter made Let us show you I FOR SALE BY GEORG E H FARRIS STANFORD KY PUBLIC SALE oar 11 On account of liecliuiiig health I have decided to rent out my farm on the Stanford and PreuchensvlHe turnpike B mites from Stanford Yoand 2 miles from Prwchersvllle for the year 1911 sell off my personal i vrpperty and go to Arizona I will therefore on Thursday the 17th day ant November 110 on the above premises offer at public auction the follow sink property to wit HORSE STOCK i I 12 head of horses and nudes among them one Gyeaiold Chester I Mare mare well brolce safe for women to drive and good saddler I Na t vftitioth three yens old broke to ride and drive and very gentle two r iyearold Lincoln Squirrel fillies broke to saddle and harness 1 yearling I Xincotn Squirrel filly All the abov out of good mares t good wagon and farm horse 1 good buggy mare safe for children 111 fco drive to school 1 pair three year old mules well broke and good work ers one weanling mule Cowsiheifer 4 calves GO hogs i I aoni1 ting of 13 fattening hogs bral sows shoats etc 2 buggies 1 buckboard 1 Fri ier cart 1 spring wagon 1 two horse ovnpon 3 sets of buggy harness 1 Buena Vista saddle 1 ladys saddle wacna harness plow gear etcFARM IMPLEMENTS Binder mower Hoosler corn planter disc harrow section harrow t glows 2 road scrapers 2 cane mills 1 evaporator one wheat fan new corn flheller corn crusher 100 barrels of corn a lot of good sorghum for need and about 75 bushels of cane seed Household and kitchen furnltirc consisting of such things that are 1ymsailly found In a country home POULTRY 100 pure bred hens and roosters Plymouth Hock Black bang l Ji iUansn Huff Orphlngtons and silver iaced NVyandottes also about 100 l fu ixed hensTERMS 0F SALEr All sums ol cash In hand pn sums over that amount a credit of 12 months will be given notes to be made negotiable and payable in the tFirst National flank of Stanford bearing six per cent Interest from dIn of iflkie until paid A lunch of hot coffee and light bread will be served to all who at dead Col J P Chandler AuctioneerW ft = M atrr = THE FARMER 50 meat hogs for sale weighing from ICO to 275 pounds W B Land For sale 67 choice yearling steers A W Carpenter Moreland Ky Tlnsley Spoonamoros salo was well attended and everything sold high Brood inures sold front JSO up three year old horse nt 116 yearling colt at 991 a jack at 56 cows at 39 Col J P Chandler cried tho sale In his Jiottt illimitable way D R Dlshon has n turkey her witch Is entitled to some Kind of D modal as n mother and a layer Shi hat been laying constantly slncr March and during that time has railed two broods of young turks Mr Ulfchon says that she would steal awaj from her young ones long enough to go to a nest each day and lay but immediately return to her brood In Clark county K S Cunnlnrharr Saturday sold his farm leAr L B containing about 200 acres to Mr AI bert Stofer of Montgomery county fur 936000 Near Winchester Charles Hadloy his farm on tbo Van Mete Pike containing 17 12 acres tor 8 t 75 Plena hnlloway who worked for W r Hatcher In his tobacco earlier In the year has returned here from hla home In Barren county and Is looking for a farm to rent to raise turn and tobacco on next year He likes Lin coln county and wants tc locate here permanentlyA has been doing some extensive stock trading recently Ills stock yards are the busiest part for the exchange erf buying and sell Ing cattle In this part of the State He sold W D Hanson of the West find 15 cattle nt 4 12 cents 3o to Monte Fox of Boyle at St60 8 to J C Kubanks tit 4 12 cents 13 to Mr Taylo of Junction City at JH o- Miliard Mobbing bough H acres of and from Rev A K tact IIntlI n K I Gooch two miles oast ol Crab Orchard for f2oi o- At i the sale of William Monk at crab Orchard torn brought s II hay 50 cents per cwt fat hogs Ss coub 1150 sows and pigs from SIS 10 JJi50 horses up to H7 Good prices on nearly everything Cot J P handler cried the sale Garner Price bougnt 17 head of cattle of W J Knuckles at 17 also jeariiiiR helfors of J A Potter fop JiS and sold two steers for oii and 17 cattle at 18- J T Rlgsby bought two cattle irom Henry Miracle for J33 also a bunch of tattle trom G W Spaugier at 4c J H Thompson bought 21 shoats or It 13 Thompson at 8 1S cents I V Iarnsli Lought 4 900 pound cattle from H U fuinmlns nt 4 13 curate from J P Ballard some cattle at 4 12 cents J L Kennedy sold a cow to iSowdcr C Ballard for 930- CYibrlol hoe one of the best knowr citizens of the Rolling Fork section of Marlon county was killed this week al bm home near BrnaionUvlllo when a llnib foil upon him lie was cutting down a tree which lodged upon nnoth er tree In attempting to dlslcdgc It a limb fell upon his head and crushed tils skull He was about f 5 years or one and mOISt excellent citizen To Lincoln CountyMax Payers Dont forget the per cent will soon be added to your taxes and Is Is nOt the desire on my part that any should have to pay this extra money therefore I want to give all a chance to settle up and avoid the per cent So I or one of my deputies will be at the polling places on the dates named below to meet you and collect taxes and deliver to you your receipt This will be the last call before the per cent Is added to dont fall to meet us on the dates named below Crab OrchardSaturday NovlOth M reland Friday Nov 25th Huston vllle Saturday Nov 26th w L MCCARTY s L c PSAt all times we will be glad to have you call at the office where we will walt en you promptly and with des patch Make my office your home while 11 town you are always welcome W L MCCARTY DEDICATION OF OAK GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH Itov L D Vouch tells us that the Oak Grove Baptist church about six miles east of Kubanks will be dedicated the first Sunday In December Rev A J Pike of Hrodhoad will reach the dedicating sermon There will ba services Sunday night receding This church btw been or ganized six years and la located In what is known as lh Ooooh neigh borhood CATARRH Cured by The Marvel of The Century U B BTested for 30 Years Hawking spitting foul breath dls charges of yellow matter permanent Ir cured with pure Botanical Ingredi ents To prove it no will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE ATAHItH IS NOT ONLY DANOKK OUS but It causes ulcerations death md decay of bones Kills ambition often causes loss of appetite and caches to general debility Idiocy and nsanlty It needs attention at once Cure It by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B It is a quick radical porma eat cure because it rids the system if the polcon germs that cause catarrh at the sane time Blood Balm B B S purifies the blood does away with very symptom of catarrh B B B tends a tingling flood of warm rich pure blood direct to tho paralyzed nerve and parts affected by oiatarr ml poison giving warmth and strength Just where It is needed and In this way making a perfect lasting sure of catarrh in all Its forms DRUG 3ISTS or by express it PER LARUtf BOTTLE with directions for home cure SAMPLE SENT FREE by writ- Ing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Des vibe your trouble and free medical advice given Sold by Shugars and anner f rK Cured Splint I have used Sloans Liniment on a fine mare for splint and cured her This makes the third horse Ive cured Have recommended it to m neigh theyuyltlsfineIused I keep on hand your Sure neighbors mend it for ColicS E SMITH McDonough G- aCured Thrush MR R W PARISH of Bristol Ind R No 2 writes I have used lots of your Liniment for horses and myself It is the best liniment in the world I cured one of my horses of thrush Her feet were rotten I the frog came out I sho laid down most of the time I thought she would die but I used the Liniment as directed and she never lies down In the daytime now SLOANSLINIMENT should be in every stable and applied at the first sign of lameness You dont need to rub it penetrates Will kill a spavin curb or splint reduce wind puffs and swollen joints and is a sure and speedy remedy for Sweeneyfounder Price BOc and Sf00 Moan hook on 10etlllllpnd poultry MU Erie AiMrv Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Xtu IT S A PUBLIC SALE f Having decided change my lo CHiion I will on Tnur day December 15th 1910 offer for sale to the highest bidder the following described property 74 head of MUle M head of10lioutd yearlings and 44 head of JOI to 1100 pound cattle 42 head of hogs from 150 to 225 pounds In bunches K Mill purchaser Good meat hogs 1 five year old saddle mare extrn good I one year old colt pair extra good 1C hand mare mule one pair 16 1J bund mare mules two good milk cows ono fresh 700 to 800 barrels of corn cold on ground 800 bales of hay farming implements of all kinds 2 twohorse wagons hay rako mow ing machine harness kitchen furnl ture ard household furniture 1KRMS All hills 10 and uuder cash in hand over 110 n negotiable six months note bcurlngG per cent Interest from date of tUlIp JOHN G LYNN N Ion same day and date Y W burton will otter for sale farm now occupied by me consisting of 270 65100 acres with good house and buildings 1 stock and tobacco barn well watered by a never tailing spring well tented and fences are In excellent condition 200 acres of this farm Is Ir blue grass and will grow hemp tobacco or anything other farms In Kentucky will gr- owPUBLIC SALE Having rented my farm I will on November 15th 1910 at my farm four miles from Stanford on the Hustonvllle pike sell to thft highest and best bidder all of my stuck farming Implements crops eevernl head of cows L yearling ulcers S head or butcher heifer palr of work mules tour and six 11 old 1 pair fouryearold mare mules a mule colts 2 brood mares 1 work I mare 1 extra yearling Carroll Preston colt 1 calf 11 head ot meat hogs 19 shoats 175 shocks of corn and fodder horsepower cutting box and all farming Implements needed on a llrst class farm- Household and kitchen furniture of all kldus and other things too nu merous to mention Sale begins promptly at 10 oclock Absolute sale as I am going to Oklahoma Terms made known on day of sale A D ROOT Col J P Chandler Auct PUBLIC SALEI Public sale of personality and sev eral sharp In homestead one mile south of Preachornvllle post office I as administrator of Henry Ulan kenshlp deceased will on Nov 10 1910 sell to tho highest bidder tlIp following property to wit One fat cow 1 buggy and harness a lot or chickens some farming implements household and kitchen furniture and several undivided shares in horai of 6 acres and dwelling Sale to commence at 10 pclock Ternm matt known on day of sale S enshlp Administrator I ei JI HUPW We Warn Turkeys Bring them in at once and we will pay you the highest Market Prices H B Northcott T K TudorsMgr PHONE 153 PUBLIC SALE laving decided to BO west I will toll at public nuctlou on Thursday November 10th at J P Rogers jiiiicc hoar Cedar Creek on Stanford and Crab Orchard pike 1 pair mart mules 1 pate horse milieu 1yearold onrb S brood marc U tear old horses 1 No 1 Jursoy rows 4 coming Svoarold heifers trod in May 9 fat hogs also lot ol stock hose farming Implement good aa new used only one year lot ot chickens and gevto and some buuse hold goods Also nice lot of earn and hay KEN ADA ROGERS J V Chandler And 0 O CAFtTEKNowLlvorvDopot Street Phone 90 STANFORD KENTUCKY NOTICEI 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 Agents H F HILLENMEYER b SONS Lexington Kentucky THE PLUMBING THANKSGIVING should le n celebration of work well done and ninny people pleased That is how we Intend to celebrate Hut wo shall not be completely pappy un- tIl we know that ur plumbing Is all right Hot havi us take a look at It not If anything is needed let tis do the work no It will be off your mind and ours Then we can both be truly thankful W K WARNER Phone 1M Stanford Ky r r r r PGSTEDIThe hunting season Is upon us and nearly everyone wants to post his place The charge Is 25 cents cash with name K D Utnhaui T A Rico J W Hughes M J Hoffman M P Laurence J II Acton J S Harris J W Baughman S H Baughman J H Baughman Frank Cordler Will Cordler Christ Jacob at U Lytlo Dr J U Carpenter Mrs Mnttle White W R Dangherty 11 C Anderson John M Jonah A T Tmylor D M Anderson 1 A Potter J H Thompson O P Newlnnd A BARGAIN 76 12 acres of land in Lincoln coun ty About 45 acres of fine tobacco kind and 14 acres of fine bottom land Good tobacco barn 34x48 18 feet to cave This barn Is new Oth er buildings are old Good chance for omeone to make money Price 93500 See L R Hughes or W U MoCarty STIRRING TIMES we are having In the building line We carry a full line of limo plaster cement anti everything else needed for building Everything purchased here will bo found ot tbo best Quality and the best for intended purposes Vo will save you trouble and umnecw to us for an + estimaterJ A ALLEN Stanford Ky 1 wYOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND upon the strength ot n strap Run KWH B oiten rone from defectlv bar now Dont expo Yourself to mia liupH bv piiltliiK something hinny on a irUKy animal Our iiiirnen In equal to ail thnrgcnci s J C McCLARY Stanford Ky Fall And Winter Suitinrst My new fall sad winter aulles are now ready for your Inspection Tny comprise the post on tb0 market 1 San suit any one as to price who has ala clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is proorabio to ready mado clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready nude whoa quality and fit U eaanar4 Coma In and let III rMu row warIL C KBDK ta Practical Tailor J Ce McClary Office1STANFORD iINSUREtotal loss Is a possibility to bo dread ed and avoided You can be secured byw pTails to adjust losses sparely and promptly We lead all In the number of risks carried W S FISHtSTANFORD KY PHONE 200 f t YOU CAN BUY j Your coal cheaper i right now than anytime i in the year Let us fill yourt bins with our FOXIRIDGE COAL at 13 j cts per bushel I Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11- J H Baughman Col